Publications by year

  • In 2009:
  • Tillich M, Le Sy V, Schulerowitz K, von Haeseler A, Maier U, and Schmitz-Linneweber C (2009)
    Frequent Losses and a Rare Gain of Chloroplast RNA Editing Sites in Seed Plants
    In: BMC Evol Biol. 9:201.
  • Tillich M, Hardel S, Kupsch C, Armbruster U, Delannoy E, Gualberto J, Lehwark P, Leister D, Small I, and Schmitz-Linneweber C (2009)
    Chloroplast ribonucleoprotein CP31A is required for editing and stability of specific chloroplast mRNAs
    In: Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 106:6002-6007.
  • Zoschke R, Ostersetzer O, Börner T, and Schmitz-Linneweber C (2009)
    Analysis of the Regulation of MatK Gene Expression
    In: Endocytobiosis and Cell research. 119: 127-135.
  • In 2008:
  • Beick S, Schmitz-Linneweber C, Williams-Carrier R, Jensen B and Barkan A (2008)
    The pentatricopeptide repeat protein PPR5 stabilizes a specific tRNA precursor in maize chloroplasts
    In: Mol Cell Biol. 28:5337-5347.
  • Schmitz-Linneweber C and Small I (2008)
    Pentatricopeptide repeat proteins – a socket set for organelle gene expression
    In: Trends Plant Sci. 13:663-670.
  • Maier U-G, Bozarth A, Funk H, Zauner S, Rensing SA, Schmitz-Linneweber C, Börner T, and Tillich M (2008)
    Complex chloroplast RNA metabolism: just debugging the genetic program?
    In: BMC Biol. 6:36-40.
  • O’Toole N, Hattori M, Andres C, Iida K, Lurin C, Schmitz-Linneweber C, Sugita M, and Small I (2008)
    On the expansion of the pentatricopeptide repeat gene family in plants
    In: Mol Biol Evol. 25:1120-1128.
  • In 2007:
  • Legen J, Wanner G, Herrmann RG, Small I, and Schmitz-Linneweber C. 2007
    Plastid tRNA genes trnC-GCA and trnN-GUU are essentialfor plant cell development
    In: Plant J. 51:751-762.
  • Schmitz-Linneweber C, and Barkan, A (2007)
    RNA splicing and RNA editing in chloroplasts
    In: Plastid Development. Topics in Current Genetics. (R. Bock., ed.) Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. 19, 213-248.
  • In 2006:
  • Schmitz-Linneweber C, Williams-Carrier R, Williams-Voelker PM, Kroeger, TS, Vichas, A, and Barkan A (2006)
    A pentatricopeptide repeat protein facilitates the trans-splicing of the maize chloroplast rps12 pre-mRNA
    In: Plant Cell. 18:2650-2663.
  • Tillich M, Poltnigg P, Kushnir S, and Schmitz-Linneweber C. (2006)
    Conservation of plastid RNA editing factors independently of their target sites
    In: EMBO R. 7:308-13
  • In 2005:
  • Schmitz-Linneweber C, Kushnir S, Babiychuk E, Poltnigg P, Herrmann RG, and Maier RM (2005)
    The failure to edit the plastid atpA mRNA is the primary cause of nucleo/plastid incompatibility in Atropa/Nicotiana cybrids
    In: Plant Cell. 17:1815-1828.
  • Tillich M, Funk HT, Schmitz-Linneweber C, Poltnigg P, Sabater B, Martin M, and Maier RM (2005)
    Editing of plastid RNA in Arabidopsis thaliana ecotypes
    In: Plant J. 43:708-715.
  • Schmitz-Linneweber C, Williams-Carrier R, and Barkan A (2005)
    RNA coimmunoprecipitation and microarray analysis shows the PPR protein CRP1 to be associated with the 5′-untranslated regions of mRNAs whose translation it regulates
    In: Plant Cell. 17:2791-27804.
  • In 2004:
  • Funk HT, Poltnigg P, Schmitz-Linneweber C, and Tillich M (2004)
    Transcript polishing in higher plant plastids by RNA editing
    In: Endocytobiosis Cell Res. 15:451-503.
  • Maier, RM and Schmitz-Linneweber C (2004)
    Plastid Genomes.
    In: Molecular Biology and Biotechnology of Plant Organelles. (Danielle, H. Chase, C. eds).
    In: Kluwer, Dordrecht. 115-150.
  • Martín M, Casano LM, Zapata JM, Guéra A, del Campo EM, Schmitz-Linneweber C, Maier RM and Sabater B (2004)
    Role of thylakoid Ndh complex and peroxidase in the protection against photooxidative stress: fluorescence and enzyme activities in wild-type and ndhF deficient tobacco
    In: Phys. Plantarum. 122:443-452.
  • Schmitz-Linneweber C, Herrmann RG and Maier RM. (2004)
    The fluctuation of plastid RNA editing in plant evolution
    In: Endocytobiosis Cell Res. 15:246-255.
  • In 2003:
  • Herrmann RG, Maier RM and Schmitz-Linneweber C (2003)
    Eukaryotic genome evolution: rearrangement and coevolution of compartmentalized genetic information
    In: Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 2003 358:87-97.
  • Schmitz-Linneweber C, Tillich M, Poltnigg P and Maier RM (2003)
    A role for plastid RNA editing in reproductive isolation of plant species
    In: Recent Res. Devel. Plant Mol. Biol. 1:323-38.
  • In 2002:
  • Sabater B, Martin M, Schmitz-Linneweber C and Maier RM (2002)
    The Origin and Evolution of Plastid RNA Editing: Clustering of RNA Editing Sites as a Consequence of Transitory Loss of Gene Function?
    Persp Plant Ecol Evol Sys. 5:81-89.
  • Schmitz-Linneweber C, Regel R, Du TG, Hupfer H, Herrmann RG and Maier RM (2002)
    The plastid chromosome of Atropa belladonna and its comparison with that of Nicotiana tabacum: the role of RNA editing in generating divergence in the process of plant speciation
    In: Mol Biol Evol. 19:1602-12.
  • In 2001:
  • Legen J, Schmitz-Linneweber C, Drescher A, Hupfer H, Tillich M, Herrmann RG and Maier RM (2001)
    Decoding of the ndhH operon from spinach: an example for the complexity of plastid gene expression in higher plants
    In: Endocytobiosis and Cell Res. 14:11-20.
  • Tillich M, Schmitz-Linneweber C, Herrmann RG and Maier RM (2001)
    The plastid chromosome of maize (Zea mays): Update of the complete sequence and transcript editing sites
    In: Maize Genet. Corp.; News Letters. 75:42-44
  • Till B, Schmitz-Linneweber C, Williams-Carrier R and Barkan A (2001)
    CRS1 is a novel group II intron splicing factor that was derived from a domain of ancient origin
    In: RNA. 7:1227-38.
  • Schmitz-Linneweber C, Tillich M, Herrmann RG and Maier RM (2001)
    Heterologous, splicingdependent RNA editing in chloroplasts: allotetraploidy provides trans-factors
    In: EMBO J. 20:4874-4883.
  • Schmitz-Linneweber C, Maier RM, Alcaraz J-P, Cottet A, Herrmann RG and Mache R (2001)
    The plastid chromosome of spinach (Spinacia oleracea): complete nucleotide sequence and gene organization
    In: Plant Mol Biol. 45:307-315.