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Holger Schmidt: Publications


Kühnlenz, T; Hofmann, C; Uraguchi, S; Schmidt, H; Schempp, S; Weber, M; Lahner, B; Salt, DE; Clemens, S: Phytochelatin synthesis promotes leaf Zn accumulation of Arabidopsis thaliana plants grown in soil with adequate Zn supply and is essential for survival on Zn-contaminated soil., Plant Cell Physiol. (2016)
Kühnlenz, T; Westphal, L; Schmidt, H; Scheel, D; Clemens, S: Expression of Caenorhabditis elegans PCS in the AtPCS1-deficient Arabidopsis thaliana cad1-3 mutant separates the metal tolerance and nonhost resistance functions of phytochelatin synthases, Plant, Cell and Environment, 38, 2239–2247 (2015), doi:10.1111/pce.12534 -- Details
Fischer, S; Kühnlenz, T; Thieme, M; Schmidt, H; Clemens, S: Analysis of plant Pb tolerance at realistic submicromolar concentrations demonstrates the role of phytochelatin synthesis for Pb detoxification., Environmental Science Technology (2014), doi:10.1021/es405234p [Link] -- Details
Halimaa, P; Lin, Y-F; Ahonen, VH; Blande, D; Clemens, S; Gyenesei, A; Häikiö, E; Kärenlampi, SO; Laiho, A; Aarts, MGM; Pursiheimo, J-P; Schat, H; Schmidt, H; Tuomainen, MH; Tervahauta, AI: Gene expression differences between Noccaea caerulescens ecotypes help identifying candidate genes for metal phytoremediation., Environmental Science Technology (2014), doi:10.1021/es4042995 -- Details
Kühnlenz, T; Schmidt, H; Uraguchi, S; Clemens, S: Arabidopsis thaliana phytochelatin synthase 2 is constitutively active in vivo and can rescue the growth defect of the AtPCS1-deficient cad1-3 mutant on Cd-contaminated soil., J. Experimental Botany (2014) [Link] -- Details
Schmidt, H; Günther, C; Weber, M; Spörlein, C; Loscher, S; Böttcher, C; Schobert, R; Clemens, S: Metabolome analysis of Arabidopsis thaliana roots identifies a key metabolic pathway for iron acquisition., PLoS ONE (2014)
Palmer, CM; Hindt, MN; Schmidt, H; Clemens, S; Guerinot, ML: MYB10 /and/MYB72 /are required for growth under iron-limiting conditions., PLoS Genetics, 9, e1003953 (2013) [Link] -- Details
Spörlein, C; Mahal, K; Schmidt, H; Schobert, R: Effects of chrysin, apigenin, genistein and their homoleptic copper(II) complexes on the growth and metastatic potential of cancer cells., J. Inorg. Biochem, 127, 107-115 (2013)