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Research GBB Molecular Cell Biology Publications

Publications 1991

  1. Dijksterhuis, J., W.Harder, U. Wyss, and M. Veenhuis. (1991). Colonization and digestion of nematodes by the endoparasitic nematophagous fungus Drechmeria coniospora. Myc. Research 95: 873-878.
  2. Sulter, G.J., I.J. van der Klei, J. Schanstra, W. Harder, and M. Veenhuis. (1991). Ethanol metabolism in a peroxisome-deficient mutant of Hansenula polymorpha. FEMS Microbiol. Letters 82: 297-302.
  3. van der Klei, I.J., W. Harder, and M. Veenhuis. (1991). Biosynthesis and assembly of alcohol oxidase, a peroxisomal matrix protein in methylotrophic yeasts: a review. YEAST 7: 195-209.
  4. van der Klei, I.J., W. Harder, and M. Veenhuis. (1991). Selective inactivation of alcohol oxidase in two peroxisome-deficient mutants of the yeast Hansenula polymorpha. YEAST 7: 813-821.
  5. van der Klei, I.J., W.Harder, and M. Veenhuis. (1991). Methanol metabolism in a peroxisome-deficient mutant of Hansenula polymorpha: a physiological study. Arch. Microbiol. 156: 15-23.
  6. Höhfeld, J., M.Veenhuis, and W.H. Kunau. (1991). PAS3, a Saccharomyces cerevisiae gene encoding a peroxisomal integral membrane protein essential for peroxisome biogenesis. J. Cell Biol. 114: 1167-1178.
  7. Veenhuis,M., and W. Harder. (1991). Microbodies. p.601-653. In A. Rose (ed.), The Yeasts, vol. 4. Acad. Press.
  8. de Hoop, H.J., J. Cregg, I. Keizer-Gunnik, K. Sjollema, M. Veenhuis, and G. AB. (1991). Overexpression of alcohol oxidase in Pichia pastoris. FEBS lett. 291: 299-302.
  9. de Hoop, M.J., S. Asgeirsdottir, M. Blaauw, M. Veenhuis, J. Cregg, and G. AB. (1991). Mutations in the FAD-binding fold of alcohol oxidase from Hansenula polymorpha. Prot. Eng. 4: 821-829.
  10. Van der Klei, I.J., W. Harder, and M. Veenhuis. (1991). Assembly of alcohol oxidase in the cytosol of Hansenula polymorpha: properties of the protein and architecture of the crystals. Yeast 7: 15-254.
  11. Evers, M.E., Höhfeld, J., Kunau, W.H., Harder, W. and Veenhuis, M. (1991). Physiological studies on the utilization of oleic acid by Saccharomyces cerevisiae in relation to microbody development. FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 90:73-78.
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