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Verena Kriechbaumer

Education

Ph.D. in Genetics, Department of Genetics, Technical University of Munich, Germany

Current position

Research fellow in Plant Cell biology, Biological and Medical Sciences, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, UK

Publications

Refereed papers in primary journals

  1. Kriechbaumer, V., Botchway, S. W., Slade, S. E., Knox, K., Frigerio, L., Oparka, K. and Hawes, C. (2015). Reticulomics: Protein-Protein Interaction Studies with Two Plasmodesmata-Localized Reticulon Family Proteins Identify Binding Partners Enriched at Plasmodesmata, Endoplasmic Reticulum, and the Plasma Membrane. Plant Physiol 169(3): 1933-1945.
  2. Kriechbaumer, V., Seo, H., Park, W. J. and Hawes, C. (2015). Endoplasmic reticulum localization and activity of maize auxin biosynthetic enzymes. J Exp Bot 66(19): 6009-6020.
  3. Knox, K., Wang, P., Kriechbaumer, V., Tilsner, J., Frigerio, L., Sparkes, I., Hawes, C. and Oparka, K. (2015). Putting the Squeeze on Plasmodesmata: A Role for Reticulons in Primary Plasmodesmata Formation. Plant Physiol 168(4): 1563-1572.
  4. Hawes, C., Kiviniemi, P. and Kriechbaumer, V. (2015). The endoplasmic reticulum: a dynamic and well-connected organelle. J Integr Plant Biol 57(1): 50-62.
  5. Rocchetti, A., Hawes, C. and Kriechbaumer, V. (2014). Fluorescent labelling of the actin cytoskeleton in plants using a cameloid antibody. Plant Methods 10: 12.
  6. Kriechbaumer, V., Nabok, A., Widdowson, R., Smith, D. P. and Abell, B. M. (2012). Quantification of ligand binding to G-protein coupled receptors on cell membranes by ellipsometry. PLoS One 7(9): e46221.
  7. Kriechbaumer, V. and Abell, B. M. (2012). Chloroplast envelope protein targeting fidelity is independent of cytosolic components in dual organelle assays. Front Plant Sci 3: 148.
  8. Kriechbaumer, V., Nabok, A., Mustafa, M. K., Al-Ammar, R., Tsargorodskaya, A., Smith, D. P. and Abell, B. M. (2012). Analysis of protein interactions at native chloroplast membranes by ellipsometry. PLoS One 7(3): e34455.
  9. Kriechbaumer, V., von Loffelholz, O. and Abell, B. M. (2012). Chaperone receptors: guiding proteins to intracellular compartments. Protoplasma 249(1): 21-30.
  10. Kriechbaumer, V., Wang, P., Hawes, C. and Abell, B. M. (2012). Alternative splicing of the auxin biosynthesis gene YUCCA4 determines its subcellular compartmentation. Plant J 70(2): 292-302.
  11. Kriechbaumer, V., Tsargorodskaya, A., Mustafa, M. K., Vinogradova, T., Lacey, J., Smith, D. P., Abell, B. M. and Nabok, A. (2011). Study of receptor-chaperone interactions using the optical technique of spectroscopic ellipsometry. Biophys J 101(2): 504-511.
  12. von Loeffelholz, O., Kriechbaumer, V., Ewan, R. A., Jonczyk, R., Lehmann, S., Young, J. C. and Abell, B. M. (2011). OEP61 is a chaperone receptor at the plastid outer envelope. Biochem J 438(1): 143-153.
  13. Kriechbaumer, V., Shaw, R., Mukherjee, J., Bowsher, C. G., Harrison, A. M. and Abell, B. M. (2009). Subcellular distribution of tail-anchored proteins in Arabidopsis. Traffic 10(12): 1753-1764.
  14. Kriechbaumer, V., Weigang, L., Fiesselmann, A., Letzel, T., Frey, M., Gierl, A. and Glawischnig, E. (2008). Characterisation of the tryptophan synthase alpha subunit in maize. BMC Plant Biol 8: 44.
  15. Kriechbaumer, V., Park, W. J., Piotrowski, M., Meeley, R. B., Gierl, A. and Glawischnig, E. (2007). Maize nitrilases have a dual role in auxin homeostasis and beta-cyanoalanine hydrolysis. J Exp Bot 58(15-16): 4225-4233.
  16. Latijnhouwers, M., Gillespie, T., Boevink, P., Kriechbaumer, V., Hawes, C. and Carvalho, C. M. (2007). Localization and domain characterization of Arabidopsis golgin candidates. J Exp Bot 58(15-16): 4373-4386.
  17. Kriechbaumer, V., Park, W. J., Gierl, A. and Glawischnig, E. (2006). Auxin biosynthesis in maize. Plant Biol (Stuttg) 8(3): 334-339.
  18. Kriechbaumer, V. and Glawischnig, E. (2005). Auxin biosynthesis within the network of tryptophan metabolism. JNBT 2: 55-58.
  19. Park, W. J., Kriechbaumer, V., Moller, A., Piotrowski, M., Meeley, R. B., Gierl, A. and Glawischnig, E. (2003). The Nitrilase ZmNIT2 converts indole-3-acetonitrile to indole-3-acetic acid. Plant Physiol 133(2): 794-802.

Contributions to symposia and compiled volumes

  1. Kriechbaumer, V., Wang, P., Hawes, C. and Abell, B. M. (2012). Alternative splicing of the auxin biosynthesis gene YUCCA4 determines its subcellular compartmentation. Plant J 70(2): 292-302.
  2. Kriechbaumer, V., Tsargorodskaya, A., Mustafa, M. K., Vinogradova, T., Lacey, J., Smith, D. P., Abell, B. M. and Nabok, A. (2011). Study of receptor-chaperone interactions using the optical technique of spectroscopic ellipsometry. Biophys J 101(2): 504-511.
  3. Nabok, A., Kriechbaumer, V., Mustafa, M.K., Abell, B., Smith, D., Tsargorodskaya, A. (2011). Analytical Technique of Spectroscopic Ellipsometry for Studying Protein-Protein Interaction. Sensordevices, Sensor Device Technologies and Applications ISBN: 978-1-61208-145-8.
  4. Kriechbaumer, V. (2011). Analysis of protein interactions at native chloroplast membranes by spectroscopic ellipsometry. Oral presentation Northern England Cell Biology Forum.
  5. Kriechbaumer, V. (2010). OEP61 - a novel chloroplast chaperone receptor. Oral presentation Northern England Cell Biology Forum.
  6. Kriechbaumer, V. (2008). Molecular chaperones and the intracellular targeting of tail-anchored proteins in Arabidopsis thaliana. Oral presentation Northern England Cell Biology Forum.

Book publication

  1. Kriechbaumer, V. (2008). Tryptophan- und Auxinbiosynthese in Zea mays. Vdm Verlag Dr. Mueller; ISBN-10: 3639003772.
Protocols by Verena Kriechbaumer
  1. ER Microsome Preparation and Subsequent IAA Quantification in Maize Coleoptile and Primary Root Tissue