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Logemann, E.; Birkenbihl, R.; Rawat, V.; Schneeberger, K.; Schmelzer, E.; Somssich, I. E.: Functional dissection of the PROPEP2 and PROPEP3 promoters reveals the importance of WRKY factors in mediating microbe-associated molecular pattern-induced expression. New Phytologist 198 (4), S. 1165 - 1177 (2013)
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Pandey, S. P.; Roccaro, M.; Schön, M.; Logemann, E.; Somssich, I. E.: Transcriptional reprogramming regulated by WRKY18 and WRKY40 facilitates powdery mildew infection of Arabidopsis. Plant Journal 64, DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-313X.2010.04387.x, S. 912 - 923 (2010)
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Uelker, B.; Yong, L.; Rosso, M. G.; Logemann, E.; Somssich, I. E.; Weisshaar, B.: T-DNA–mediated transfer of Agrobacterium tumefaciens chromosomal DNA into plants. Nature biotechnology 26, doi:10.1038/nbt.1491, S. 1015 - 1017 (2008)
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Lippok, B.; Birkenbihl, R.; Rivory, G.; Brümmer, J.; Schmelzer, E.; Logemann, E.; Somssich, I.: Expression of AtWRKY33 Encoding a Pathogen- or PAMP-Responsive WRKY Transcription Factor Is Regulated by a Composite DNA Motif Containing W Box Elements. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 20 (4), S. 420 - 429 (2007)
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Logemann, E.; Birkenbihl, R.; Uelker, B.; Somssich, I. E.: An improved method for preparing Agrobacterium cells that simplifies the Arabidopsis transformation protocol. Plant Methods 2 (16), doi:10.1186/1746-4811-2-16 (2006)
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Hahlbrock, K.; Bednarek, P.; Ciolkowski, I.; Hamberger, B.; Heise, A.; Liedgens, H.; Logemann, E.; Nuernberger, T.; Schmelzer, E.; Somssich, I. E. et al.; Tan, J. W.: Non-self recognition, transcriptional reprogramming, and secondary metabolite accumulation during plant/pathogen interactions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 100 (Suppl. Suppl. 2), S. 14569 - 14576 (2003)
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Logemann, E.; Hahlbrock, K.: Crosstalk among stress responses in plants: Pathogen defense overrides UV protection through an inversely regulated ACE/ACE type of light-responsive gene promoter unit. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 99 (4), S. 2428 - 2432 (2002)
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