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13.01.2022We are looking for a Ph.D. student in Transporter Biochemistry.

A funded Ph.D. student position (50-65% TVL E13, depending on skill level) is available in the group of PD Dr. Ulrich Hammes at the Chair of Plant Systems Biology at the School of Life Sciences at TUM in...[mehr]


11.01.2022Yao and Lana’s Current Opinion review on PIN phosphoregulation is accepted and now online.

Phosphorylation control of PIN auxin transporters. Curr Opin Plant Biol. 2021 Dec 30;65:102146. doi: 10.1016/j.pbi.2021.102146. Alkistis E. Lanassa Bassukas, Yao Xiao, Claus Schwechheimer The directional transport of the...[mehr]


22.09.2021Our new book chapter on auxin transporters is published online - ahead of print.

Auxin Transporters - A Biochemical View. Cold Spring Harb Perspect Biol. 2021 Jun 14, doi: 10.1101/cshperspect.a039875 - Online ahead of print. Ulrich Z Hammes, Angus S Murphy, Claus Schwechheimer. From embryogenesis to fruit...[mehr]


24.03.2021Together with Plant Physiology editors Shaul Yalovsky and Viktor Zarsky, Claus revises current developments in the control of PIN trafficking and particularly endocytosis in a Letter to the Editor of Plant Physiology.

Auxin does not inhibit endocytosis of PIN1 and PIN2 auxin efflux carriers. Plant Physiology, kiab132 Claus Schwechheimer,  Shaul Yalovsky,  Viktor Žárský  (2021)[mehr]


15.03.2021The Schwechheimer and Hammes laboratories have a new paper in collaboration with Christian Hardtke (Lausanne).

Mapping and engineering of auxin-induced plasma membrane dissociation in BRX family proteins. The Plant Cell Samuel W H Koh, Petra Marhava, Surbhi Rana, Alina Graf, Bernard Moret, Alkistis E L Bassukas, Melina Zourelidou,...[mehr]


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