Matias Zurbriggen
Matias Zurbriggen
Professor Synthetic Biology
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Novel perspectives for the engineering of abiotic stress tolerance in plants
JV Cabello, AF Lodeyro, MD Zurbriggen
Current Opinion in Biotechnology 26, 62-70, 2014
A red/far-red light-responsive bi-stable toggle switch to control gene expression in mammalian cells
K Müller, R Engesser, S Metzger, S Schulz, MM Kämpf, M Busacker, ...
Nucleic acids research 41 (7), e77-e77, 2013
Chloroplast‐generated reactive oxygen species play a major role in localized cell death during the non‐host interaction between tobacco and Xanthomonas campestris pv …
MD Zurbriggen, N Carrillo, VB Tognetti, M Melzer, M Peisker, B Hause, ...
The Plant Journal 60 (6), 962-973, 2009
ROS signaling in the hypersensitive response: when, where and what for?
MD Zurbriggen, N Carrillo, MR Hajirezaei
Plant signaling & behavior 5 (4), 393-396, 2010
AQUA cloning: a versatile and simple enzyme-free cloning approach
HM Beyer, P Gonschorek, SL Samodelov, M Meier, W Weber, ...
PloS one 10 (9), e0137652, 2015
Multi-chromatic control of mammalian gene expression and signaling
K Müller, R Engesser, S Schulz, T Steinberg, P Tomakidi, CC Weber, ...
Nucleic acids research 41 (12), e124-e124, 2013
Apocarotenoids involved in plant development and stress response
A Felemban, J Braguy, MD Zurbriggen, S Al-Babili
Frontiers in Plant Science 10, 1168, 2019
Red light-regulated reversible nuclear localization of proteins in mammalian cells and zebrafish
HM Beyer, S Juillot, K Herbst, SL Samodelov, K Müller, WW Schamel, ...
ACS synthetic biology 4 (9), 951-958, 2015
Enhanced plant tolerance to iron starvation by functional substitution of chloroplast ferredoxin with a bacterial flavodoxin
VB Tognetti, MD Zurbriggen, EN Morandi, MF Fillat, EM Valle, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (27), 11495-11500, 2007
A red light-controlled synthetic gene expression switch for plant systems
K Müller, D Siegel, FR Jahnke, K Gerrer, S Wend, EL Decker, R Reski, ...
Molecular BioSystems 10 (7), 1679-1688, 2014
The impact of synthetic biology for future agriculture and nutrition
MS Roell, MD Zurbriggen
Current Opinion in Biotechnology 61, 102-109, 2020
Phytochrome‐based extracellular matrix with reversibly tunable mechanical properties
M Hörner, K Raute, B Hummel, J Madl, G Creusen, OS Thomas, ...
Advanced materials 31 (12), 1806727, 2019
Transgenic tobacco plants overexpressing chloroplastic ferredoxin-NADP (H) reductase display normal rates of photosynthesis and increased tolerance to oxidative stress
RE Rodriguez, A Lodeyro, HO Poli, M Zurbriggen, M Peisker, JF Palatnik, ...
Plant physiology 143 (2), 639-649, 2007
Optogenetic control shows that kinetic proofreading regulates the activity of the T cell receptor
OS Yousefi, M Günther, M Hörner, J Chalupsky, M Wess, SM Brandl, ...
Elife 8, e42475, 2019
Optogenetic control of protein kinase activity in mammalian cells
S Wend, HJ Wagner, K Müller, MD Zurbriggen, W Weber, G Radziwill
ACS synthetic biology 3 (5), 280-285, 2014
Synthesis of phycocyanobilin in mammalian cells
K Müller, R Engesser, J Timmer, F Nagy, MD Zurbriggen, W Weber
Chemical communications 49 (79), 8970-8972, 2013
COP1 destabilizes DELLA proteins in Arabidopsis
N Blanco-Touriñán, M Legris, EG Minguet, C Costigliolo-Rojas, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (24), 13792-13799, 2020
Combating stress with flavodoxin: a promising route for crop improvement
MD Zurbriggen, VB Tognetti, MF Fillat, MR Hajirezaei, EM Valle, N Carrillo
Trends in Biotechnology 26 (10), 531-537, 2008
Optogenetic control of gene expression in plants in the presence of ambient white light
R Ochoa-Fernandez, NB Abel, FG Wieland, J Schlegel, LA Koch, JB Miller, ...
Nature methods 17 (7), 717-725, 2020
A green-light-responsive system for the control of transgene expression in mammalian and plant cells
C Chatelle, R Ochoa-Fernandez, R Engesser, N Schneider, HM Beyer, ...
ACS synthetic biology 7 (5), 1349-1358, 2018
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