His main research concerns Biochemistry, Signal transduction, Cell biology, Arabidopsis and Arabidopsis thaliana. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Biochemistry and Phytoalexin. He interconnects Plant Physiological Phenomena, Fungal protein and Protein kinase A in the investigation of issues within Signal transduction.
The various areas that Dierk Scheel examines in his Cell biology study include Resistance response, Gene expression, Mutant and Plant defense against herbivory. Dierk Scheel has researched Arabidopsis in several fields, including Metabolome, Chromatography, Mass spectrometry and Microbiology. He has included themes like Genomics, MAMP, Botany and Gene family in his Arabidopsis thaliana study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Biochemistry, Arabidopsis, Cell biology, Elicitor and Botany. In his study, Dierk Scheel carries out multidisciplinary Biochemistry and Phytoalexin research. His Arabidopsis research includes themes of Metabolite, Arabidopsis thaliana and Pseudomonas syringae.
In Elicitor, he works on issues like Cell wall, which are connected to Phytophthora sojae. His studies examine the connections between Botany and genetics, as well as such issues in Pathogen, with regards to Host. His Signal transduction study combines topics in areas such as Extracellular, Protein phosphorylation, Fungal protein and Respiratory burst.
His primary scientific interests are in Cell biology, Arabidopsis, Arabidopsis thaliana, Biochemistry and Kinase. Transcription factor is closely connected to WRKY protein domain in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Cell biology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including ATPase, Pi, Jasmonic acid, Molecular biology and Pattern recognition receptor.
His work deals with themes such as Genetic screen, Glycosylation, Pseudomonas syringae and Botany, which intersect with Arabidopsis thaliana. His ATP-binding cassette transporter, MAMP, Cell signaling, Signal transduction and Secretion study are his primary interests in Biochemistry. In general Kinase study, his work on MAPK/ERK pathway often relates to the realm of Mitogen-activated protein and Motif, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
Dierk Scheel mostly deals with Arabidopsis, Arabidopsis thaliana, Biochemistry, Cell biology and Botany. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Tandem mass spectrometry, Exudate, Salicylic acid, Jasmonic acid and Molecular biology. His Arabidopsis thaliana research integrates issues from MAMP, Pseudomonas syringae, Biosynthesis and Microbiology.
His work deals with themes such as Staining and Solanum tuberosum, which intersect with Biochemistry. His work is connected to Kinase, Calcium signaling and Signal transduction, as a part of Cell biology. Dierk Scheel combines subjects such as Rhizosphere, Gene, Transgene and RNA interference with his study of Botany.
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Physiology and Molecular Biology of Phenylpropanoid Metabolism
Klaus Hahlbrock;Dierk Scheel.
Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology (1989)
Mitogen-activated protein kinase cascades in plants: a new nomenclature
Kazuya Ichimura;Kazuo Shinozaki;Guillaume Tena.
Trends in Plant Science (2002)
Pre- and postinvasion defenses both contribute to nonhost resistance in Arabidopsis
Volker Lipka;Jan Dittgen;Pawel Bednarek;Riyaz Bhat.
Elicitor-stimulated ion fluxes and O2− from the oxidative burst are essential components in triggering defense gene activation and phytoalexin synthesis in parsley
Thorsten Jabs;Markus Tschöpe;Christiane Colling;Klaus Hahlbrock.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1997)
High affinity binding of a fungal oligopeptide elicitor to parsley plasma membranes triggers multiple defense responses
Thorsten Nürnberger;Dirk Nennstiel;Thorsten Jabs;Wendy R. Sacks.
Receptor-Mediated Increase in Cytoplasmic Free Calcium Required for Activation of Pathogen Defense in Parsley
Beatrix Blume;Thorsten Nürnberger;Norbert Nass;Dierk Scheel.
The Plant Cell (2000)
Ancient signals: comparative genomics of plant MAPK and MAPKK gene families
Louis-Philippe Hamel;Marie-Claude Nicole;Somrudee Sritubtim;Marie-Josée Morency.
Trends in Plant Science (2006)
Receptor-Mediated Activation of a MAP Kinase in Pathogen Defense of Plants
Wilco Ligterink;Thomas Kroj;Uta zur Nieden;Heribert Hirt.
Signal transmission in the plant immune response
Thorsten Nürnberger;Dierk Scheel.
Trends in Plant Science (2001)
Resistance response physiology and signal transduction.
Current Opinion in Plant Biology (1998)
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