BIOTE/Publications/2013
Alejandra Rodriguez, Martin Koller, Miguel Miranda-de Sousa Dias, Margarita Calafell, Gerhart Braunegg and María Soledad Marqués-Calvo Novel Poly[(R)-3-hydroxybutyrate]-producing bacterium isolated from a Bolivian hypersaline lake TUGRAZonline
Martin Koller, Daniel Sandholzer, Anna Salerno, Michael Narodoslawsky and Gerhart Braunegg Biopolymer from Industrial Residues: Life Cycle Assessment of Poly(hydroxyalkanoates) from Whey TUGRAZonline
Martin Koller, Miguel Miranda de Sousa Dias, Anna Salerno, Ema Zagar and Andrej Krzan Liquefied Wood as Inexpensive Precursor-Feedstock for Biosynthesis of 3-Hydroxyvalerate (3HV) containing Biopolyesters by Cupriavidus necator TUGRAZonline
Predrag Horvat, Ivna Vrana Špoljarić, Markan Lopar, Aid Atlic, Martin Koller and Gerhart Braunegg Mathematical Modeling and Process Optimization of a Continuous 5-stage Bioreactor Cascade for Production of Poly[-(R)-3-hydroxybutyrate] by Cupriavidus necator TUGRAZonline
Martin Koller, Anna Salerno, Alexander Muhr, Angelika Reiterer and Gerhart Braunegg Polyhydroxyalkanoates: Biodegradable Polymeric Materials from Renewable Resources TUGRAZonline
Martin Koller, Anna Salerno and Gerhart Braunegg Polyhydroxyalkanoates: Basics, Production and Applications of Microbial BiopolyestersBio-based Plastics: Materials and Applications137 - 170 TUGRAZonline
Ivna Vrana Špoljarić, Markan Lopar, Martin Koller, Alexander Muhr, Anna Salerno, Angelika Reiterer and Predrag Horvat In silico optimization and low structured kinetic model of Poly[(R)-3-hydroxybutyrate] synthesis by Cupriavidus necator DSM 545 by fed-batch cultivation on glycerol TUGRAZonline
Alejandra Rodriguez, Martin Koller, Miguel Miranda de Sousa Dias, Margarita Calafell, Gerhart Braunegg and M.S. Marqués-Calvo High production of poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) from a wild Bacillus megaterium Bolivian strain TUGRAZonline
Alexander Muhr, Eva Maria Rechberger, Anna Salerno, Angelika Reiterer, Karin Malli, Katharina Strohmeier, Sigurd Schober, Martin Mittelbach and Martin Koller Novel Description of mcl-PHA Biosynthesis by Pseudomonas chlororaphis from Animal-Derived Waste TUGRAZonline
Alexander Muhr, Eva Maria Rechberger, Anna Salerno, Angelika Reiterer, Margaretha Schiller, Michal Kwicien, Grazyna Adamus, Marek Kowalczuk, Katharina Strohmeier, Sigurd Schober, Martin Mittelbach and Martin Koller Biodegradable Latexes from Animal-Derived Waste: Biosynthesis and Characterization of mcl-PHA accumulated by Ps. citronellolis TUGRAZonline
Ivna Vrana Špoljarić, Markan Lopar, Martin Koller, Alexander Muhr, Anna Salerno, Angelika Reiterer, Katharina Strohmeier, Sigurd Schober, Martin Mittelbach, Karin Malli, Hannes Angerer and Predrag Horvat Mathematical modeling of poly[-(R)-3-hydroxyalkanoate] synthesis by Cupriavidus necator DSM 545 on substrates stemming from biodiesel production TUGRAZonline
Vera Novy, Stefan Krahulec, Karin Longus, Mario Klimacek and Bernd Nidetzky Co-fermentation of hexose and pentose sugars in a spent sulfite liquor matrix with genetically modified Saccharomyces cerevisiae TUGRAZonline
Juan Manuel Bolivar Bolivar, Tanja Consolati, Torsten Mayr and Bernd Nidetzky Shine a light Shine a light on immobilized enzymes: real-time sensing in solid supported biocatalysts TUGRAZonline
Thomas Eixelsberger and Bernd Nidetzky Characterization and biosynthetic application of human UDP-xylose synthase TUGRAZonline
Thomas Eixelsberger, Sabine Sykora, Sigrid Egger, Michael Brunsteiner, Kathryn Kavanagh, Udo Oppermann, Lothar Brecker and Bernd Nidetzky Structure and mechanism of human UDP-xylose synthase: evidence for a promoting role of sugar ring distortion in a three-step catalytic conversion of UDP-glucuronic acid TUGRAZonline
Manuel Eibinger, Patricia Bubner, Thomas Ganner, Judith Dohr, Claudia Mayrhofer, Harald Plank and Bernd Nidetzky In-situ visualisation of Cooperativity among Cellulases TUGRAZonline
Martin Koller, Rodolfo Bona, Emo Chiellini and Gerhart Braunegg Extraction of short-chain-length Poly-[(R)-hydroxyalkanoates] (scl-PHA) by the “anti-solvent” acetone under elevated temperature and pressure TUGRAZonline
Thomas Eixelsberger, John M. Woodley, Bernd Nidetzky and Regina Kratzer Scale-up and intensification of S-1-(2-chlorophenyl)-ethanol bioproduction: Economic evaluation of whole cell-catalyzed reduction of o-chloroacetophenone TUGRAZonline
Martin Koller Biopolyester Production for Bulk- and Niche Applications Based on Inexpensive Non-Food Resources TUGRAZonline
Khurram Shahzad, Karl-Heinz Kettl, Martin Koller, Michaela Titz, Hans Schnitzer and Michael Narodoslawsky Comparison of Ecological Footprint for Biobased PHA Production from Animal Residues Utilizing Different Energy Resources TUGRAZonline
Manuel Eibinger, Patricia Bubner, Thomas Ganner, Judith Dohr, Claudia Mayrhofer, Harald Plank and Bernd Nidetzky AFM based Studies into Enzymatic Cellulose Degradation using a novel Substrate TUGRAZonline
Martin Koller, Horst Niebelschütz and Gerhart Braunegg Strategies for Recovery and Purification of Poly[(R)-3-hydroxyalkanoates] (PHA) Biopolyesters from Surrounding Biomass TUGRAZonline
Thomas Ganner, Manuel Eibinger, Claudia Mayrhofer, Patricia Bubner, Bernd Nidetzky and Harald Plank Synergistic Effects Among Cellulases during Enzymatic Cellulose Degradation, Visualized by In situ Atomic Force Microscopy TUGRAZonline
Christoph Gruber, Stefan Krahulec, Bernd Nidetzky and Regina Kratzer Harnessing Candida tenuis and Pichia stipitis in whole cell bioreductions of o-chloroacetophenone: Stereoselectivity, cell activity, in situ substrate supply and product removal TUGRAZonline
Markan Lopar, Ivna Vrana Špoljarić, Aid Atlic, Martin Koller, Gerhart Braunegg and Predrag Horvat Five step continuous production of PHB analyzed by elementary flux modes, yield space analysis and high structured metabolic model TUGRAZonline
Birgit Wilding, Margit Winkler, Barbara Petschacher, Regina Kratzer, Sigrid Egger, Georg Steinkellner, Andrzej Franciszek Lyskowski, Bernd Nidetzky, Karl Gruber and Norbert Klempier Targeting the Substrate Binding Site of E. coli Nitrile Reductase QueF by Modeling, Substrate and Enzyme Engineering TUGRAZonline
Patricia Bubner, Harald Plank and Bernd Nidetzky Visualizing cellulase activity TUGRAZonline
Manuel Eibinger, Patricia Bubner, Thomas Ganner, Timothy Aschl, Judith Dohr, Claudia Mayrhofer, Harald Plank and Bernd Nidetzky In situ visualization of cooperativity among cellulases TUGRAZonline
Katharina Schmoelzer, Doris Ribitsch, Tibor Czabany, Christiane Luley, Deja Kokot, Andrzej Franciszek Lyskowski, Sabine Zitzenbacher, Helmut Schwab and Bernd Nidetzky Characterization of a multifunctional alpha2,3-sialyltransferase from Pasteurella dagmatis, carrying a natural Ser-to-Thr substitution TUGRAZonline
Mario Klimacek, Christoph Gruber, Karin Longus, Stefan Krahulec and Bernd Nidetzky Metabolic engineering from quick and dirty to clean but slow – lessons from kinetic modelling of the xylose assimilation pathway TUGRAZonline
Gerhart Braunegg and Martin Koller Sustainable production of polyhydroxyalkanoates TUGRAZonline
Gerhart Braunegg and Martin Koller Sustainable production of polyhydroxyalkanoates Book of Abstracts 63 - 65 TUGRAZonline
Birgit Wilding, Barbara Petschacher, Margit Winkler, Gerlinde Offenmüller, Georg Steinkellner, Andrzej Franciszek Lyskowski, Regina Kratzer, Karl Gruber, Bernd Nidetzky and Norbert Klempier Enzymatic Nitrile Reduction TUGRAZonline
Gerhart Braunegg, Martin Koller, Anna Salerno and Hans Schnitzer Microalgae for Sustainable Energy Production ?Energy Security and Development - The changing global contextn/a - n/a TUGRAZonline
Ulrich Rößl, Stefan Leitgeb, Dalibor Jajcevic and Bernd Nidetzky Freezing Process Development under QbD Principles - In-silico Solutions for Process Characterization and Scaling TUGRAZonline
Ulrich Rößl, Dalibor Jajcevic, Stefan Leitgeb and Bernd Nidetzky QbD Compliant Development of a Freeze/Thaw Process – From Formulation Development to Large Scale Freezing TUGRAZonline
Michael Brunsteiner, Michaela Flock and Bernd Nidetzky Structure based descriptors for the estimation of colloidal interactions and protein aggregation propensities TUGRAZonline
Martin Koller Biosynthesis of Value-Added Products from Inexpensive Renewable Resources TUGRAZonline
Melanie Hirz, Gerald Richter, Tamara Wriessnegger and Harald Pichler Functional expression of a human membrane transporter in a cholesterol-producing Pichia pastoris strain TUGRAZonline
Tamara Wriessnegger, Melanie Hirz, Gerald Richter and Harald Pichler Functional expression of human Na,K-ATPase α3β1 isoform in a cholesterol producing Pichia pastoris strain TUGRAZonline
Michael Vogl, Regina Kratzer, Bernd Nidetzky and Lothar Brecker From NMR to enzymatic information TUGRAZonline
Katharina Schmoelzer, Doris Ribitsch, Tibor Czabany, Christiane Luley, Deja Kokot, Andrzej Franciszek Lyskowski, Sabine Zitzenbacher, Helmut Schwab and Bernd Nidetzky A newly discovered multifunctional alpha2,3-sialyltransferase from Pasteurella dagmatis carries a natural Ser-to-Thr substitution TUGRAZonline
Grit Daniela Straganz Design of a highly efficient (R)-mandelate synthase by swapping its enantioselectivity – the mononuclear nonheme iron center as a new platform for smart oxygenations. TUGRAZonline
Sarah Pratter, Cornelia Konstantinovics, Cristiana Maria Loredana Di Giuro, Erich Leitner, Devesh Kumar, Sam de Visser, Gideon Grogan and Grit Daniela Straganz Enantioselectivity Switch at a Mononuclear Nonheme Fe(II) Center by Tuning the Interplay of Metal Center Geometry and Protein Structure TUGRAZonline
Johannes Niederhauser, Sarah Pratter and Grit Daniela Straganz Design of a whole-cell-biocatalyst for chiral hydroxylation: towards an efficient, sustainable pathway for the biosynthesis of pharmaceutical building blocks via specific oxygenations TUGRAZonline
Johannes Niederhauser, Sarah Pratter and Grit Daniela Straganz Nonheme-Iron Dioxygenases: towards tailor-made enzymes via redesign and in-silico simulation TUGRAZonline
Johannes Niederhauser, Sarah Pratter and Grit Daniela Straganz A Nonheme-Iron Dioxygenases: From structure-function relationships via re-design towards whole-cell-factories TUGRAZonline
Daniela Buongiorno and Grit Daniela Straganz Structure and function of atypically coordinated enzymatic mononuclear non-heme-Fe(II) centers TUGRAZonline
Birgit Wilding, Barbara Petschacher, Regina Kratzer, Georg Steinkellner, Andrzej Franciszek Lyskowski and Norbert Klempier Exploring the active binding site of nitrile reductase queF TUGRAZonline
Cristiana Maria Loredana Di Giuro, Cornelia Konstantinovics, Uwe Rinner, Christina Nowikow, Erich Leitner and Grit Daniela Straganz Chiral Hydroxylation at the Mononuclear Nonheme Fe(II) Center of 4-(S) Hydroxymandelate Synthase-A Structure-Activity Relationship Analysis TUGRAZonline
Mario Klimacek Development of microbial cell factories by metabolic engineering - tools and applications TUGRAZonline
Juan Manuel Bolivar Bolivar, Tanja Consolati, Torsten Mayr and Bernd Nidetzky Quantitating intraparticle O2 gradients in solid supported enzyme immobilizates: experimental determination of their role in limiting the catalytic effectiveness of immobilized glucose oxidase. TUGRAZonline
Sarah Pratter, Cornelia Konstantinovics, Cristiana Maria Loredana Di Giuro, Erich Leitner, Devesh Kumar, Sam P. de Visser, Grit Daniela Straganz and Gideon Grogan Inversion of Enantioselectivity of a Mononuclear Non-Heme Iron(II)-dependent Hydroxylase by Tuning the Interplay of Metal-Center Geometry and Protein Structure TUGRAZonline
Carmen Hermann-Krauss, Martin Koller, Alexander Muhr, Hubert Fasl, Franz Stelzer and Gerhart Braunegg Archaeal Production of Polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) Co- and Terpolyesters from Biodiesel Industry-Derived By-Products TUGRAZonline
Thomas Ganner, Patricia Bubner, Manuel Eibinger, Claudia Mayrhofer, Harald Plank and Bernd Nidetzky Synergistic Effects Among Cellulases during Enzymatic Cellulose Degradation, Visualized by In-situ Atomic Force Microscopy Life Sciences; Multimodal and Interdisciplinary Microscopies 525 - 526 TUGRAZonline
Ulrich Rößl, Seyf Humi, Stefan Leitgeb and Bernd Nidetzky DoE-Based Screening for Critical Process Parameters of Freezing and Thawing Proteins in a Pilot Freeze Container TUGRAZonline
Thomas Ganner, Patricia Bubner, Manuel Eibinger, Claudia Mayrhofer, Harald Plank and Bernd Nidetzky Synergistic Effects Among Cellulases during Enzymatic Cellulose Degradation, Visualized by In-situ Atomic Force Microscopy TUGRAZonline
Mario Klimacek Quantitative metabolomics and its application in the development of microbial cell factories TUGRAZonline
Katharina Schmoelzer, Doris Ribitsch, Tibor Czabany, Christiane Luley, Deja Kokot, Andrzej Franciszek Lyskowski, Sabine Zitzenbacher, Helmut Schwab and Bernd Nidetzky A newly discovered multifunctional α2,3-sialyltransferase from Pasteurella dagmatis PdST carries a natural Ser-to-Thr substitution TUGRAZonline
Katharina Schmoelzer, Doris Ribitsch, Tibor Czabany, Christiane Luley, Deja Kokot, Andrzej Franciszek Lyskowski, Sabine Zitzenbacher, Helmut Schwab and Bernd Nidetzky Characterization of a multifunctional α2,3-sialyltransferase from Pasteurella dagmatis, carrying a natural Ser-to-Thr substitution TUGRAZonline
Birgit Wilding, Barbara Petschacher, Margit Winkler, Gerlinde Offenmüller, Regina Kratzer, Georg Steinkellner, Andrzej Franciszek Lyskowski, Karl Gruber, Bernd Nidetzky and Norbert Klempier Exploring the Active Binding Site of Nitrile Reductases TUGRAZonline
Birgit Wilding, Barbara Petschacher, Margit Winkler, Regina Kratzer, Georg Steinkellner, Andrzej Franciszek Lyskowski, Karl Gruber, Bernd Nidetzky and Norbert Klempier Biological nitrile reduction – exploring a remarkable reaction TUGRAZonline
Katharina Schmoelzer, Doris Ribitsch, Tibor Czabany, Christiane Luley, Deja Kokot, Andrzej Franciszek Lyskowski, Sabine Zitzenbacher, Helmut Schwab and Bernd Nidetzky Characterization of a multifunctional α2,3-sialyltransferase from Pasteurella dagmatis TUGRAZonline
Tibor Czabany, Katharina Schmoelzer, Doris Ribitsch, Christiane Luley, Deja Kokot, Andrzej Franciszek Lyskowski, Sabine Zitzenbacher, Helmut Schwab and Bernd Nidetzky A newly discovered multifunctional α2,3-sialyltransferase from Pasteurella dagmatis PdST carries a natural Ser-to-Thr substitution TUGRAZonline
Regina Kratzer, Wolfgang Binder and Bernd Nidetzky Development chain of bioreductions: Catalyst design, reaction engineering, operation mode, decision guidance TUGRAZonline
Regina Kratzer Bioreductions TUGRAZonline
Linda Bungaruang, Alexander Gutmann and Bernd Nidetzky Leloir Glycosyltransferases and Natural Product Glycosylation: Biocatalytic Synthesis of the C‐Glucoside Nothofagin, a Major Antioxidant of Redbush Herbal Tea TUGRAZonline
Alexander Gutmann and Bernd Nidetzky Enzymatic C-glycosylation: Insights from the study of a complementary pair of plant O-and C-glucosyltransferases. TUGRAZonline
Alexander Gutmann and Bernd Nidetzky Switching between O- and C-glycosylation by active-site motif exchange in plant glycosyltransferases TUGRAZonline
Ulrich Rößl, Dalibor Jajcevic, Stefan Leitgeb, Johannes Khinast and Bernd Nidetzky Characterization of a Laboratory-Scale Container for Freezing Protein Solutions with Detailed Evaluation of a Freezing Process Simulation TUGRAZonline
Alfred M Engel, Harald Sobek, Michael Greif, Sebastian Malik, Marco Thomann, Christine Jung, Dietmar Reusch, Doris Ribitsch, Sabine Zitzenbacher, Christiane Luley, Katharina Schmoelzer, Tibor Czabany, Bernd Nidetzky, Helmut Schwab and Rainer Mueller Rec. ST6Gal-I variants to control enzymatic activity in processes of in vitro glycoengineering TUGRAZonline
Stephanie Rosker, Manuel Eibinger, Claudia Mayrhofer, Patricia Bubner, Bernd Nidetzky and Harald Plank Enzymatic Cellulose Hydrolysis: New Approaches in the Investigation of Biocatalytic Processes via In-situ Liquid Atomic Force Microscopy TUGRAZonline
Tibor Czabany, Alfred Engel, Michael Greif, Christine Jung, Christiane Luley, Sebastian Malik, Rainer Mueller, Bernd Nidetzky, Doris Ribitsch, Katharina Schmoelzer, Helmut Schwab, Harald Sobek, Bernhard Suppmann, Marco Thomann and Sabine Zitzenbacher Process for the mono- and bi-​sialylation of glycoproteins employing N-​terminally truncated β-​galactoside α-​2,​6-​sialyltransferase mutants TUGRAZonline