List of Publications Prof. Dr. Thomas Brüser

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Taubert, J., Hou, B., Risselada, H. J., Mehner, D., Lünsdorf, H., Grubmüller, H., & Brüser, T. (2015). TatBC-Independent TatA/Tat substrate interactions contribute to transport efficiency. PLOS ONE, 10(3), Article 0119761.


Behrendt, J., & Brüser, T. (2014). The TatBC complex of the Tat protein translocase in Escherichia coli and its transition to the substrate-bound TatABC complex. Biochemistry, 53(14), 2344-2354.
Niggemann, J., Bozko, P., Bruns, N., Wodtke, A., Gieseler, M. T., Thomas, K., Jahns, C., Nimtz, M., Reupke, I., Brüser, T., Auling, G., Malek, N., & Kalesse, M. (2014). Baceridin, a cyclic hexapeptide from an epiphytic bacillus strain, inhibits the proteasome. CHEMBIOCHEM, 15(7), 1021-1029.
Taubert, J., & Brüser, T. (2014). Twin-arginine translocation-arresting protein regions contact TatA and TatB. Biological Chemistry, 395(7-8), 827-836.


Brehmer, T., Kerth, A., Graubner, W., Malesevic, M., Hou, B., Brüser, T., & Blume, A. (2012). Negatively charged phospholipids trigger the interaction of a bacterial tat substrate precursor protein with lipid monolayers. LANGMUIR, 28(7), 3534-3541.
Mehner, D., Osadnik, H., Lünsdorf, H., & Brüser, T. (2012). The Tat system for membrane translocation of folded proteins recruits the membrane-stabilizing Psp machinery in Escherichia coli. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 287(33), 27834-27842.


Hou, B., & Brüser, T. (2011). The Tat-dependent protein translocation pathway. Biomolecular Concepts, 2(6), 507-523.


Lindenstrauß, U., Matos, C. F. R. O., Graubner, W., Robinson, C., & Brüser, T. (2010). Malfolded recombinant Tat substrates are Tat-independently degraded in Escherichia coli. FEBS letters, 584(16), 3644-3648.


Brüser, T. (2009). Künstliche Substrate zur Charakterisierung des Tat-Transports. BioSpektrum, 2009(11), 768-769.
Lindenstrauß, U., & Brüser, T. (2009). Tat transport of linker-containing proteins in Escherichia coli. FEMS Microbiology Letters, 295(1), 135-140.