AG Biochemische Ökologie und Molekulare Evolution

Publikationen Dr. Kaltenegger

  • Kaltenegger, E., Ober, D. (2015). Paralogue interference affects the dynamics after gene duplication. Trends in Plant Science, 20: 814-821. PMID: 26638775, DOI: 10.1016/j.tplants.2015.10.003
  • Irmer, S., Podzun, N., Langel, D., Heidemann, F., Kaltenegger, E., Schemmerling, B., Geilfus, C.-M., Zörb, C., Ober, D. (2015). A new aspect of plant-rhizobia interaction - alkaloid biosynthesis in Crotalaria depends on nodulation. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., 112: 4164-4169. Pubmed, DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1423457112
  • Kaltenegger, E., Eich, E., Ober, D. (2013). Evolution of homospermidine synthase in the Convolvulaceae – a story of gene duplication, gene loss, and periods of various selection pressures. Plant Cell, 25: 1213-1227 PubMed, , OpenAccess
  • Ober, D., Kaltenegger, E. (2009). Pyrrolizidine alkaloid biosynthesis, evolution of a pathway in plant secondary metabolism. Phytochemistry, 70: 1687-1695 PubMed
  • Anke, S., Gondé, D., Kaltenegger, E., Hänsch, R., Theuring, C., Ober, D. (2008). Pyrrolizidine alkaloid biosynthesis in Phalaenopsis orchids: Developmental expression of alkaloid-specific homospermidine synthase in root tips and young flower buds. Plant Physiology 148 : 751-760. PubMed
  • Schinnerl, J., Kaltenegger, E., Pacher, T., Vajrodaya, S., Hofer, O., Greger, H. (2005). New Pyrrolo[1,2-a]azepine Type Alkaloids from Stemona and Stichoneuron (Stemonaceae). Chemical Monthly. 9, 1671-1680. Springer
  • Seger, C.; Mereiter, K.; Kaltenegger, E.; Pacher, T.; Greger H.; Hofer, O. (2004). Two Pyrrolo[1,2-a]azepine Type Alkaloids from Stemona collinsae Craib: Structure Elucidations, Relationship to Asparagamine A, and a new Biogenetic Concept of their Formation. Chemistry & Biodiversity (Helvetica Chimica Acta). 1, 265-279. PubMed
  • Kaltenegger, E.; Brem, B.; Mereiter, K.; Kalchhauser, H.; Kahlig, H.; Hofer, O.; Vajrodaya, S.; Greger, H. (2003). Insecticidal pyrido[1,2-a]azepine alkaloids and related derivatives from Stemona species. Phytochemistry (Elsevier), 63, 803-816. PubMed