Abteilung Bioenergetik

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  1. Ghosh, R., Roth, E., Abou-Aisha, K., Saegesser, R., and Autenrieth, C. (2018) Microbiology, 164, 1416-1431. The monofunctional cobalamin biosynthesis enzyme precorrin-3B synthase (CobZRR) is essential for anaerobic photosynthesis in Rhodospirillum rubrum but not for aerobic dark metabolism.
  2. Ramana Vemuluri, V., Shaw, S., Autenrieth, C., Ghosh, R. (2017) J. Microb. 137, 46-49. A rapid procedure for the in situ assay of periplasmic, PQQ-dependent methanol dehydrogenase in intact single bacterial colonies
  3. Caycedo-Soler, F., Schroeder, C.A., Autenrieth, C., Ghosh, R., Huelga, S. F., and Plenio, M. B. (2015) arXiv: 1504.05470. Quantum delocalization directs antenna absorption to photosynthetic reaction centers.
  4. Autenrieth, C., and Ghosh, R. (2015) Arch. Bioch. Biophys. 572, 134-141. Random mutagenesis and overexpression of rhodopin-3,4-desaturase allows the production of highly conjugated carotenoids in Rhodospirillum rubrum.
  5.  Bona-Lovacz, J., Bóna, A., Ederer, M., Sawodny, O., and Ghosh, R.(2013) Metabolites 3, 912-930: A rapid method for the extraction and analysis of carotenoids and other hydrophobic substances suitable for systems biology studies with photosynthetic bacteria
  6. Wang, G.-S., Grammel, H., and Ghosh, R. (2012) Appl. Environ. Microbiol.78, 7205-7215: High-level production of the industrial product lycopene by the photosynthetic bacterium Rhodospirillum rubum.
  7. Amarie, S., Lupo, D., Ghosh, R., and Wachtveitl, J. (2010) Photosynth.Res. 103, 141-151: Excitation energy pathways in the photosynthetic units of reaction center LM- and H-subunit deletion mutants of Rhodospirillum rubrum
  8.  Grammel, H., and Ghosh, R. (2008) J. Bacteriol.190, 4912-4921: Redox state dynamics of ubiquinone-10 imply cooperative regulation of photosynthetic membrane expression in Rhodospirillum rubrum.
  9.  Klamt, S., Grammel, H., Straube, R., Ghosh, R. and Gilles, E.-D. (2008) Molecular Systems Biology 4, 1-19: Modelling the electron transport chain of purple non-sulpfur bacteria
  10. Gerken, U., Erhardt, D., Bär, G., Ghosh, R. and Kuhn, A. (2008) Biochemistry 47, 6052-6058: Initial binding process of the membrane insertase YidC with ist substrate Pf3 coat protein is irreversible.
  11. Lupo,D., and Ghosh, R. (2004) J. Bacteriol. 186, 5585-5595. The reaction center H-subunit is not required for high levels of light-harvesting complex 1 in Rhodospirillum rubrum mutants.
  12. Gärtner, P., Port, H., and Ghosh, R. (2004) J. Luminesc. 108, 111-116. FS-study on energy relaxation in light-harvesting 1 (LH1) complexes from Rhodospirillum rubrum for carotinoids of different conjugation lengths.
  13. Gerken, U., Lupo, D., Wrachtrup, J., and Ghosh, R. (2003) Biochemistry, 42, 10354-10360. The circular symmetry of the light-harvesting I complex from Rhodospirillum rubrum is not perturbed by interaction with the reaction center.
  14. Gerken, U., Jelezko, F., Götze, B., Branschädel, M., Tietz, C., Ghosh, R., Wrachtrup, J. (2003) J. Phys. Chem. B, 107, 338-343. The membrane environment reduces the accessible conformational space available to an integral membrane protein.
  15. Grammel, H., Gilles, E.-D., and Ghosh, R. (2003) Appl.Environ.Microbiol. 69, 6577-6586. Microaerophilic cooperation of reductive and oxidative pathways allows maximal photosynthetic membrane biosynthesis in Rhodospirillum rubrum.



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