Ute Römling
Ute Römling
Professor of Medical Microbial Physiology
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Cyclic di-GMP: the first 25 years of a universal bacterial second messenger
U Römling, MY Galperin, M Gomelsky
Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews 77 (1), 1-52, 2013
13752013
GGDEF and EAL domains inversely regulate cyclic di‐GMP levels and transition from sessility to motility
R Simm, M Morr, A Kader, M Nimtz, U Römling
Molecular microbiology 53 (4), 1123-1134, 2004
10152004
The multicellular morphotypes of Salmonella typhimurium and Escherichia coli produce cellulose as the second component of the extracellular matrix
X Zogaj, M Nimtz, M Rohde, W Bokranz, U Römling
Molecular microbiology 39 (6), 1452-1463, 2001
10062001
C‐di‐GMP: the dawning of a novel bacterial signalling system
U Römling, M Gomelsky, MY Galperin
Molecular microbiology 57 (3), 629-639, 2005
7952005
Biofilm infections, their resilience to therapy and innovative treatment strategies
U Römling, C Balsalobre
Journal of internal medicine 272 (6), 541-561, 2012
7542012
The PilZ domain is a receptor for the second messenger c-di-GMP: the PilZ domain protein YcgR controls motility in enterobacteria
DA Ryjenkov, R Simm, U Römling, M Gomelsky
Journal of Biological Chemistry 281 (41), 30310-30314, 2006
5762006
Curli Fibers Are Highly Conserved between Salmonella typhimurium and Escherichia coli with Respect to Operon Structure and Regulation
U Römling, Z Bian, M Hammar, WD Sierralta, S Normark
Journal of bacteriology 180 (3), 722-731, 1998
5341998
Multicellular and aggregative behaviour of Salmonella typhimurium strains is controlled by mutations in the agfD promoter
U Römling, WD Sierralta, K Eriksson, S Normark
Molecular microbiology 28 (2), 249-264, 1998
5001998
AgfD, the checkpoint of multicellular and aggregative behaviour in Salmonella typhimurium regulates at least two independent pathways
U Römling, M Rohde, A Olsén, S Normark, J Reinköster
Molecular microbiology 36 (1), 10-23, 2000
4642000
Production of Cellulose and Curli Fimbriae by Members of the Family Enterobacteriaceae Isolated from the Human Gastrointestinal Tract
X Zogaj, W Bokranz, M Nimtz, U Römling
Infection and immunity 71 (7), 4151-4158, 2003
4272003
Cyclic di-GMP as a second messenger
U Römling, D Amikam
Current opinion in microbiology 9 (2), 218-228, 2006
4232006
Molecular biology of cellulose production in bacteria
U Römling
Research in microbiology 153 (4), 205-212, 2002
4102002
Characterization of the rdar morphotype, a multicellular behaviour in Enterobacteriaceae
U Römling
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences CMLS 62 (11), 1234-1246, 2005
3632005
Microcolony formation: a novel biofilm model of Pseudomonas aeruginosa for the cystic fibrosis lung
DD Sriramulu, H Lünsdorf, JS Lam, U Römling
Journal of medical microbiology 54 (7), 667-676, 2005
3362005
Bacterial cellulose biosynthesis: diversity of operons, subunits, products, and functions
U Römling, MY Galperin
Trends in microbiology 23 (9), 545-557, 2015
3282015
A major Pseudomonas aeruginosa clone common to patients and aquatic habitats
U Römling, J Wingender, H Müller, B Tümmler
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 60 (6), 1734-1738, 1994
3131994
Expression of cellulose and curli fimbriae by Escherichia coli isolated from the gastrointestinal tract
W Bokranz, X Wang, H Tschäpe, U Römling
Journal of medical microbiology 54 (12), 1171-1182, 2005
2702005
Epidemiology Of Chronic Pseudomonas aeruginosa Infections In Cystic Fibrosis
U Römling, B Fiedler, J Boßhammer, D Grothues, J Greipel, ...
Journal of Infectious Diseases 170 (6), 1616-1621, 1994
2631994
Oxygen tension and nutrient starvation are major signals that regulate agfD promoter activity and expression of the multicellular morphotype in Salmonella typhimurium
U Gerstel, U Römling
Environmental microbiology 3 (10), 638-648, 2001
2542001
The csgD promoter, a control unit for biofilm formation in Salmonella typhimurium
U Gerstel, U Römling
Research in microbiology 154 (10), 659-667, 2003
2532003
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