Annika

Dr. Annika Dorn

Publikationen

 

 

  • Whitbread A., Dorn A., Röhrig S., Puchta H. (2021): Different functional roles of RTR complex factors in DNA repair and meiosis in Arabidopsis and tomato. In: The Plant Journal
  • Hacker L., Dorn A., Puchta H. (2020) Repair of DNA-protein crosslinks in plants. In: DNA Repair
  • Dorn A., Puchta H. (2020) Analyzing Somatic DNA Repair in Arabidopsis Meiotic Mutants. In: Pradillo M., Heckmann S. (eds) Plant Meiosis. Methods in Molecular Biology
  • Schindele A., Dorn A., Puchta H. (2020) CRISPR/Cas brings plant biology and breeding into the fast lane. In: Current Opinion in Biotechnology
  • Dorn A., Puchta H. (2019) DNA Helicases as Safekeepers of Genome Stability in Plants. In: Genes
  • Enderle J., Dorn A., Puchta H. (2019) DNA- and DNA-Protein-Crosslink Repair in Plants. In: International Journal of Molecular Sciences
  • Dorn A., Feller L., Castri D., Röhrig S., Enderle J., Herrmann N. et al. (2019) An Arabidopsis FANCJ helicase homologue is required for DNA crosslink repair and rDNA repeat stability. In: PLoS genetics
  • Enderle J., Dorn A., Beying N., Trapp O., Puchta H. (2019) The protease WSS1A, the endonuclease MUS81 and the phosphodiesterase TDP1 are involved in independent pathways of DNA-protein crosslink repair in plants. In: The Plant cell
  • Dorn A., Röhrig S., Papp K., Schröpfer S., Hartung F., Knoll A., Puchta H., (2018) The topoisomerase 3α zinc-finger domain T1 of Arabidopsis thaliana is required for targeting the enzyme activity to Holliday junction-like DNA repair intermediates. In: PLoS genetics
  • Röhrig S., Dorn A., Enderle J., Schindele A., Herrmann N., Knoll A., Puchta, H. (2018) The RecQ‐like helicase HRQ1 is involved in DNA crosslink repair in Arabidopsis in a common pathway with the Fanconi anemia‐associated nuclease FAN1 and the postreplicative repair ATPase RAD5A. In: New Phytologist
  • Klemm T., Mannuß A., Kobbe D., Knoll A., Trapp O., Dorn A., Puchta H. (2017) The DNA translocase RAD5A acts independently of the other main DNA repair pathways and requires both its ATPase and RING domain for activity in Arabidopsis thaliana. In: The Plant Journal
  • Grimm A., Cho G.-S., Hanak A., Dorn A., Huch M., Franz C. (2011) Characterization of Putative Adhesion Genes in the Potentially Probiotic Strain Lactobacillus plantarum BFE 5092. In: Probiotics and antimicrobial proteins