Publications


 

 

   
Links

[54]

Kianianmomeni, A. & Hallmann, A. (2014). Transcriptional analysis of Volvox photoreceptors suggests the existence of different cell-type specific light-signaling pathways. Curr. Genet. 13. Aug. 2014 [Epub ahead of print]

 

[53]

Lerche, K. & Hallmann, A. (2014). Stable nuclear transformation of Pandorina morum. BMC Biotechnol.14 , 65.

 


[52]

Kianianmomeni, A. & Hallmann, A. (2014). Algal photoreceptors: in vivo functions and potential applications. Planta 239, 1-26.

 



[51]

Kianianmomeni, A. & Hallmann, A. (2013). Validation of reference genes for quantitative gene expression studies in Volvox carteri using real-time RT-PCR. Mol. Biol. Rep. 40, 6691-6699.

 



[50]

Lerche, K. & Hallmann, A. (2013). Stable nuclear transformation of Eudorina elegans. BMC Biotechnol.13 , 11.

 


[49]

Hallmann, A. (2013). Algen als Bioindikatoren und Wasserreiniger. PdN Biologie 62, 27-33.

 


[48]

Hallmann, A. (2012). Fortbewegung bei Mikroorganismen und Keimzellen - Wie Bakterien und Spermien schwimmen. PdN Biologie 61, 7-13.

 


[47]

Höhn, S. & Hallmann, A. (2011). There is more than one way to turn a spherical cellular monolayer inside out: type B embryo inversion in Volvox globator. BMC Biol. 9, 89.

 


[46]

Hallmann, A. (2011). Evolution of reproductive development in the volvocine algae. Sex. Plant Reprod. 24, 97-112.

 


[45]

Hallmann, A. (2011). Leuchtende Proteine aus Quallen - Wie Nesseltiere in der modernen Biologie eine Revolution auslösten. PdN Biologie 60, 12-19.

 


[44]

Hallmann, A. (2011). Lumineszenz - Coole Leuchterscheinungen in der Biologie und anderswo. PdN Biologie 60, 4-11.

 


[43]

Hallmann, A. & Grotjohann, N. (2011). Die Einäugigen unter den Blinden - Phototaxis als Wettbewerbsvorteil. Unterricht Biologie 365, 29-36.

 


[42]

Ueki, N., Matsunaga, S., Inouye, I. & Hallmann, A. (2010). How 5000 independent rowers coordinate their strokes in order to row into the sunlight: Phototaxis in the multicellular green alga Volvox. BMC Biol. 8, 103.

 


[41]

Prochnik, S. E., Umen, J., Nedelcu, A., Hallmann, A., Miller, S. M., Nishii, I., Ferris, P., Kuo, A., Mitros, T., Fritz-Laylin, L. K., Hellsten, U., Chapman, J., Simakov, O., Rensing, S. A., Terry, A., Pangilinan, J., Kapitonov, V., Jurka, J., Salamov, A., Shapiro, H., Schmutz, J., Grimwood, J., Lindquist, E., Lucas, S., Grigoriev, I. V., Schmitt, R., Kirk, D. & Rokhsar, D. S. (2010). Genomic analysis of organismal complexity in the multicellular green alga Volvox carteri. Science 329, 223-226.

 



[40]

Hallmann, A. (2009). Retinoblastoma-related proteins in lower eukaryotes. Commun. Integr. Biol. 2, 538-544.

 


[39]

Kianianmomeni, A., Stehfest, K., Nematollahi, G., Hegemann, P. & Hallmann, A. (2009). Channelrhodopsins of Volvox carteri are photochromic proteins that are specifically expressed in somatic cells under control of light, temperature and the sex-inducer. Plant Physiol. 151, 347-366.

 



[38]

Lerche, K. & Hallmann, A. (2009). Stable nuclear transformation of Gonium pectorale. BMC Biotechnol. 9, 64.

 


[37]

Hallmann, A. (2009). Key elements of the retinoblastoma tumor suppressor pathway in Volvox carteri. Commun. Integr. Biol. 2, 396-399.

 


[36]

Kianianmomeni, A., Nematollahi, G. & Hallmann, A. (2008). A gender-specific retinoblastoma-related protein in Volvox carteri implies a role for the retinoblastoma protein family in sexual development. Plant Cell 20, 2399-2419.

 


[35]

Hallmann, A. (2008). VCRPs, small cysteine-rich proteins, might be involved in extracellular signaling in the green alga Volvox. Plant Signal. Behav. 3, 124-127.

 


[34]

Merchant, S. S., Prochnik, S. E., Vallon, O., Harris, E. H., Karpowicz, S. J., Witman, G. B., Terry, A., Salamov, A., Fritz-Laylin, L. K., Maréchal-Drouard, L., Marshall, W. F., Qu, L. H., Nelson, D. R., Sanderfoot, A. A., Spalding, M. H., Kapitonov, V. V., Ren, Q., Ferris, P., Lindquist, E., Shapiro, H., Lucas, S. M., Grimwood, J., Schmutz, J., Cardol, P., Cerutti, H., Chanfreau, G., Chen, C. L., Cognat, V., Croft, M. T., Dent, R., Dutcher, S., Fernández, E., Fukuzawa, H., González-Ballester, D., González-Halphen, D., Hallmann, A. , Hanikenne, M., Hippler, M., Inwood, W., Jabbari, K., Kalanon, M., Kuras, R., Lefebvre, P. A., Lemaire, S. D., Lobanov, A. V., Lohr, M., Manuell, A., Meier, I., Mets, L., Mittag, M., Mittelmeier, T., Moroney, J. V., Moseley, J., Napoli, C., Nedelcu, A. M., Niyogi, K., Novoselov, S. V., Paulsen, I. T., Pazour, G., Purton, S., Ral, J. P., Riaño-Pachón, D. M., Riekhof, W., Rymarquis, L., Schroda, M., Stern, D., Umen, J., Willows, R., Wilson, N., Zimmer, S. L., Allmer, J., Balk, J., Bisova, K., Chen, C. J., Elias, M., Gendler, K., Hauser, C., Lamb, M. R., Ledford, H., Long, J. C., Minagawa, J., Page, M. D., Pan, J., Pootakham, W., Roje, S., Rose, A., Stahlberg, E., Terauchi, A. M., Yang, P., Ball, S., Bowler, C., Dieckmann, C. L., Gladyshev, V. N., Green, P., Jorgensen, R., Mayfield, S., Mueller-Roeber, B., Rajamani, S., Sayre, R. T., Brokstein, P., Dubchak, I., Goodstein, D., Hornick, L., Huang, Y. W., Jhaveri, J., Luo, Y., Martínez, D., Ngau, W. C., Otillar, B., Poliakov, A., Porter, A., Szajkowski, L., Werner, G., Zhou, K., Grigoriev, I. V., Rokhsar, D. S. & Grossman, A. R. (2007). The Chlamydomonas genome reveals the evolution of key animal and plant functions. Science 318, 245-250.

 



[33]

Hallmann, A. (2007). Algal transgenics and biotechnology. Transgenic Plant J. 1, 81-98.

 

[32]

Doebbe, A., Rupprecht, J., Beckmann, J., Mussgnug, J. H., Hallmann, A., Hankamer, B. & Kruse, O. (2007). Functional integration of the HUP1 hexose symporter gene into the genome of C. reinhardtii: Impacts on biological H(2) production. J. Biotechnol. 131, 27-33.

 



[31]

Hallmann, A. (2007). A small cysteine-rich extracellular protein, VCRP, is inducible by the sex-inducer of Volvox carteri and by wounding. Planta 226, 719-727.

 


[30]

Nematollahi, G., Kianianmomeni, A. & Hallmann, A. (2006). Quantitative analysis of cell-type specific gene expression in the green alga Volvox carteri. BMC Genomics 7, 321.

 


[29]

Babinger, K., Hallmann, A. & Schmitt, R. (2006). Translational control of regA, a key gene controlling cell differentiation in Volvox carteri. Development 133, 4045-4051.

 


[28]

Hallmann, A. (2006). Morphogenesis in the family Volvocaceae: different tactics for turning an embryo right-side out. Protist 157, 445-461.

 


[27]

Cheng, Q., Hallmann, A., Edwards, L. & Miller, S. M. (2006). Characterization of a heat-shock-inducible hsp70 gene of the green alga Volvox carteri. Gene 371, 112-120.

 


[26]

Hallmann, A. & Wodniok, S. (2006). Swapped green algal promoters: aphVIII-based gene constructs with Chlamydomonas flanking sequences work as dominant selectable markers in Volvox and vice versa. Plant Cell Rep. 25, 582-591.


[25]

Hallmann, A. (2006). The pherophorins: common, versatile building blocks in the evolution of extracellular matrix architecture in Volvocales. Plant J. 45, 292-307.

 


[24]

Cheng, Q., Pappas, V., Hallmann, A. & Miller, S. M.(2005). Hsp70A and GlsA interact as partner chaperones to regulate asymmetric division in Volvox. Dev. Biol. 286, 537-548.

 


[23]

Hallmann, A. (2003). Die Evolution zur Vielzelligkeit. Grünalgen als "Wiederholungstäter". BUZ 215, 30 + 63-64.

 

[22]

Hallmann, A. (2003). Experienced developers of multicellularity – the Volvocales. Bioforum Europe 6, 326-328.

 

 

[21]

Hallmann, A. (2003). Extracellular matrix and sex-inducing pheromone in Volvox. Int. Rev. Cytol. 227, 131-182.

 


[20]

Hallmann, A. (2003). Evolution zur Vielzelligkeit. Wiederholungstäter unter den Volvocales. Bioforum, Sonderausgabe Zellbiologie 1, 30-32.

 

[19]

Hallmann, A. (2002). The key function of the extracellular matrix in the evolution of multicellularity. Bioforum International 6, 315-317.

 

[18]

Heitzer, M. & Hallmann, A. (2002). An extracellular matrix-localized metalloproteinase with an exceptional QEXXH metal binding site prefers copper for catalytic activity. J. Biol. Chem. 277, 28280-28286.

 


[17]

Hallmann, A. (2002). Vom Einzeller zum Vielzeller. Die Rolle der Extrazellulären Matrix. Bioforum, Sonderausgabe Zellbiologie 1, 14-16.

 

 

[16]

Hallmann, A. (2001). Die Extrazelluläre Matrix und die Entwicklung zur Vielzelligkeit. Biospektrum 7, 440-441.

 


[15]

Hallmann, A., Amon, P., Godl, K., Heitzer, M. & Sumper, M. (2001). Transcriptional activation by the sexual pheromone and wounding: a new gene family from Volvox encoding modular proteins with (hydroxy)proline-rich and metalloproteinase homology domains. Plant J. 26, 583-593.

 

[14]

Hallmann, A. & Kirk, D. L. (2000). The developmentally regulated ECM glycoprotein ISG plays an essential role in organizing the ECM and orienting the cells of Volvox. J. Cell Sci. 113, 4605-4617.

 


[13]

Ender, F., Hallmann, A., Amon, P. & Sumper, M. (1999). Response to the sexual pheromone and wounding in the green alga Volvox: induction of an extracellular glycoprotein consisting almost exclusively of hydroxyproline. J. Biol. Chem. 274, 35023-35028.

 


 

[12]

Hallmann, A. & Rappel, A. (1999). Genetic engineering of the multicellular green alga Volvox: a modified and multiplied bacterial antibiotic resistance gene as a dominant selectable marker. Plant J. 17, 99-109.

 


[11]

Hallmann, A. (1999). Enzymes in the extracellular matrix of Volvox: an inducible, calcium-dependent phosphatase with a modular composition. J. Biol. Chem. 274, 1691-1697.

 


[10]

Hallmann, A., Godl, K., Wenzl, S. & Sumper, M. (1998). The highly efficient sex-inducing pheromone system of Volvox. Trends Microbiol. 6, 185-189.

 


 

[9]

Sumper, M. & Hallmann, A. (1998). Biochemistry of the extracellular matrix of Volvox. Int. Rev. Cytol. 180, 51-85.

 


[8]

Hallmann, A., Rappel, A. & Sumper, M. (1997). Gene replacement by homologous recombination in the multicellular green alga Volvox carteri. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 94, 7469-7474.

 

[7]

Godl, K., Hallmann, A., Wenzl, S. & Sumper, M. (1997). Differential targeting of closely related ECM glycoproteins: the pherophorin family from Volvox. EMBO J. 16, 25-34.

 


 

[6]

Selmer, T., Hallmann, A., Schmidt, B., Sumper, M. & von Figura, K. (1996). The evolutionary conservation of a novel protein modification, the conversion of cysteine to serinesemialdehyde in arylsulfatase from Volvox carteri. Eur. J. Biochem. 238, 341-345.

 


 

[5]

Hallmann, A. & Sumper, M. (1996). The Chlorella hexose/H+ symporter is a useful selectable marker and biochemical reagent when expressed in Volvox. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 93, 669-673.

 


[4]

Godl, K., Hallmann, A., Rappel, A. & Sumper, M. (1995). Pherophorins: a family of extracellular matrix glycoproteins from Volvox structurally related to the sex-inducing pheromone. Planta 196, 781-787.

 


[3]

Hallmann, A. & Sumper, M. (1994). Reporter genes and highly regulated promoters as tools for transformation experiments in Volvox carteri. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 91, 11562-11566.

 

[2]

Hallmann, A. & Sumper, M. (1994). An inducible arylsulfatase of Volvox carteri with properties suitable for a reporter-gene system. Purification, characterization and molecular cloning. Eur. J. Biochem. 221, 143-150.

 


[1]

Ertl, H., Hallmann, A., Wenzl, S. & Sumper, M. (1992). A novel extensin that may organize extracellular matrix biogenesis in Volvox carteri. EMBO J. 11, 2055-2062.

 



 

 


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