• Messerschmidt SJ, Schindler D, Zumkeller CM, Kemter FS, Schallopp N and Waldminghaus T. 2016. Optimization and Characterization of the Synthetic Secondary Chromosome synVicII in Escherichia coli. Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology. [link]
  • Milbredt S, Farmani N, Sobetzko P, Waldminghaus T. 2016. DNA Replication in Engineered Escherichia coli Genomes with Extra Replication Origins. ACS Synthetic Biology.  [link]
  • Bange G and Waldminghaus T. 2016. Editorial overview: Synthetic biology - From understanding to engineering biology and back.Current Opinion in Chemical Biology.  [link]
  • Schindler D, Milbredt S, Sperlea T, Waldminghaus T. 2016. Design and Assembly of DNA Sequence Libraries for Chromosomal Insertion in Bacteria Based on a Set of Modified MoClo Vectors. ACS Synthetic Biology.  [link]
  • Sobetzko P, Jelonek L, Strickert M, Han W, Goesmann A, Waldminghaus T. 2016. DistAMo: A Web-Based Tool to Characterize DNA-Motif Distribution on Bacterial Chromosomes. Frontiers in Microbiology. 11;7:283. [link]

  • Schindler D and Waldminghaus T. 2015. Synthetic chromosomes. FEMS Microbiology Reviews. [link]

  • Messerschmidt SJ, Kemter FS, Schindler D, Waldminghaus T. 2015. Synthetic secondary chromosomes in Escherichia coli based on the replication origin of chromosome II in Vibrio cholerae. Biotechnology Journal. 10(2):302-14 [link]

  • Messerschmidt SJ and Waldminghaus T. 2014. Dynamic organization: chromosome domains in Escherichia coli. Journal of Molecular Microbiology and Biotechnology. 24(5-6):301-15 [link]

  • Schindler D, Waldminghaus T. 2013. "Non-canonical protein-DNA interactions identified by ChIP are not artifacts": response. BMC Genomics. 22;14:638. [link]

  • Waldminghaus T., Weigel C., Skarstad K. 2012. Replication fork movement and methylation govern SeqA binding to the Escherichia coli chromosome. Nucleic Acids Research 40(12):5465-76. [link]

  • Stokke C., Waldminghaus T., Skarstad K. 2011. Replication patterns and organization of replication forks in Vibrio cholerae. Microbiology 157: 695 – 708. [link]

  • Johnsen L., Morigen, Dalhus B., Bjørås M., Flåtten I., Waldminghaus T., Skarstad K. 2011. The G157C mutation in the Escherichia coli sliding clamp specifically affects initiation of replication. Molecular Microbiology 79(2):433-46. [link]

  • Gaubig L. C., Waldminghaus T., Narberhaus F. 2011. Multiple layers of control govern expression of the Escherichia coli ibpAB heat shock operon. Microbiology 157:66-76. [link]

  • Waldminghaus T., Skarstad K. 2010. ChIP on Chip: surprising results are often artifacts. BMC Genomics 5;11(1):414. [link]

  • Waldminghaus T., Skarstad K. 2009. The Escherichia coli SeqA protein. Plasmid 61(3):141-50. [link]

  • Waldminghaus T., Gaubig L. C., Klinkert B., Narberhaus F. 2009. The Escherichia coli ibpA thermometer is comprised of stable and unstable structural elements. RNA biology 6(4):455-63. [link]

  • Waldminghaus T, Kortmann J., Gesing S., Narberhaus F. 2008. Generation of synthetic RNA-based thermosensors. Biological Chemistry 389(10):1319-26. [link]

  • Waldminghaus T., Gaubig L. C., Narberhaus F. 2007. Genome-wide bioinformatic prediction and experimental evaluation of potential RNA thermometers. Molecular Genetics and Genomics 278(5):555-564. [link]

  • Waldminghaus T., Heidrich N., Brantl S., Narberhaus F. 2007. FourU: a novel type of RNA thermometer in Salmonella. Molecular Microbiology 65(2):413-424. [link]

  • Narberhaus F., Waldminghaus T., Chowdhury S. 2006. RNA thermometers. FEMS Microbiological Reviews 30(1):3-16. [link]

  • Waldminghaus T., Fippinger A., Alfsmann J., Narberhaus F. 2005. RNA thermometers are common in α- and γ-proteobacteria. Biological Chemistry 386(12):1279-1286. [link]

  • Gerth U., Kirstein J., Mostertz J., Waldminghaus T., Miethke M., Kock H., Hecker M. 2004. Fine-tuning in regulation of Clp protein content in Bacillus subtilis. Journal of Bacteriology 186(1):179-91. [link]

SYNMIKRO Young Researchers Groups

Almost all scientific members of SYNMIKRO are actively involved in DFG’s Collaborative Research Centers (Sonderforschungsbereiche), Research Training Groups (Graduiertenkollegs), or other Cooperative Research projects. Alongside performing adventurous experiments, and reporting excellent science, SYNMIKRO substantially promotes potential Young Research Group Leaders by constantly keeping its doors open to welcome and support Young Researchers planning to set up an Independent Research Group.
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