Bakterien-induzierte Morphogenese mariner Eukaryoten

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The chemical analysis of bacteria-induced morphogenesis of marine microeukaryotes and invertebrates is of fundamental importance and provides insight into metazoan evolution and the origins of morphological complexity. In only few cases the morphogenesis-inducing bacteria could be characterized and the responsible signalling molecules identified. Using defined model systems of cross-kingdom interactions is essential to dissect the molecular mechanisms and chemical signals involved.

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Christine Beemelmanns Jahrgang 1981. 20012006 Chemiestudium (Diplom) an der RTWH Aachen. 20072010 Promotion in Organischer Chemie an der FU Berlin. 20102011 Postdoc am Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan), DAAD-Stipendium. 20112013 Postdoc an der Harvard Medical School, USA, Leopoldina-Stipendium. Seit 2013 Nachwuchsgruppenleiterin am Leibniz-Institut für Naturstoff-Forschung und Infektionsbiologie (HKI), Jena.

Maja Rischer Jahrgang 1989. 20092012 Biologiestudium (Bachelor) an der Universität Jena, dort 20122014 Mikrobiologiestudium (Master). Seit 2014 Doktorandin an der Universität Jena.

Daniel Leichnitz Jahrgang 1990. 20092014 Chemiestudium an der FU Berlin. Seit 2015 Doktorand an der Universität Jena.

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Rischer, M., Leichnitz, D. & Beemelmanns, C. Bakterien-induzierte Morphogenese mariner Eukaryoten. Biospektrum 23, 634–637 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12268-017-0848-7

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