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Schniete, J. K., & Fernández-Martínez, L. T. (2024). Natural product discovery in soil actinomycetes: unlocking their potential within an ecological context. Current opinion in microbiology, 79, Article 102487.
Schniete, J. K., Brüser, T., Horn, M. A., & Tschowri, N. (2024). Specialized biopolymers: versatile tools for microbial resilience. Current Opinion in Microbiology, 77, Article 102405.
Werner, M. H., Mehner-Breitfeld, D., & Brüser, T. (2024). A larger TatBC complex associates with TatA clusters for transport of folded proteins across the bacterial cytoplasmic membrane. Scientific Reports, 14(1), Article 13754.
Yeong, C. J., Lindang, H. U., Ho, A., Lau, S. Y. L., Lihan, S., Horn, M. A., & Melling, L. (2024). Methanotrophy Potential in Tropical Peatland under Different Land Use in Sarawak, Malaysia.


Froese, R., Andrino, A., Giudice, R., Stuch, B., Kilian Salas, S., Böhner, J., Boy, D., Boy, J., Brown, F., Díaz García, E., Figueroa, D., Frör, O., Guggenberger, G., Horn, M. A., Hasson, S. U., Jung, C., Lagneaux, E. G., Meurer, K. H. E., Pinzón Cuellar, C., ... Jungkunst, H. F. (2023). Describing complex interactions of social-ecological systems for tipping point assessments: an analytical framework. Frontiers in Climate, 5, Article 1145942.
Gkoutselis, G., Rohrbach, S., Harjes, J., Brachmann, A., Horn, M. A., & Rambold, G. (2023). Fungal plastiphily and its link to generic virulence traits makes environmental microplastics a global health factor. Paper presented at EGU General Assembly 2023, Wien, Austria.,
Heffner, T., Brami, S. A., Mendes, L. W., Kaupper, T., Hannula, E. S., Poehlein, A., Horn, M. A., & Ho, A. (2023). Interkingdom interaction: the soil isopod Porcellio scaber stimulates the methane-driven bacterial and fungal interaction. ISME Communications, 3, Article 62.
Heffner, T., Kaupper, T., Heinrichs, M., Lee, H. J., Rüppel, N., Horn, M. A., & Ho, A. (2023). Mitomycin C-induced effects on aerobic methanotrophs in a landfill cover soil: implications of a viral shunt? FEMS microbiology ecology, 99(6), Article fiad047.
Hink, L., Holzinger, A., Sandfeld, T., Weig, A. R., Schramm, A., Feldhaar, H., & Horn, M. A. (2023). Microplastic ingestion affects hydrogen production and microbiomes in the gut of the terrestrial isopod Porcellio scaber. Environmental microbiology, 25(12), 2776-2791.
Holzinger, A., Hink, L., Sehl, E., Rüppel, N., Lehndorff, E., Weig, A. R., Agarwal, S., Horn, M. A., & Feldhaar, H. (2023). Biodegradable polymers boost reproduction in the earthworm Eisenia fetida. Science of the Total Environment, 892, Article 164670.