Johannes Holert
Johannes Holert
Postdoc, University of Münster WWU
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Delineation of steroid-degrading microorganisms through comparative genomic analysis
LH Bergstrand, E Cardenas, J Holert, JD Van Hamme, WW Mohn
MBio 7 (2), e00166-16, 2016
Biochemical and Genetic Investigation of Initial Reactions in Aerobic Degradation of the Bile Acid Cholate in Pseudomonas sp. Strain Chol1
A Birkenmaier, J Holert, H Erdbrink, HM Moeller, A Friemel, ...
Journal of bacteriology 189 (20), 7165-7173, 2007
Metagenomes reveal global distribution of bacterial steroid catabolism in natural, engineered, and host environments
J Holert, E Cardenas, LH Bergstrand, E Zaikova, AS Hahn, SJ Hallam, ...
MBio 9 (1), e02345-17, 2018
Degradation of the acyl side chain of the steroid compound cholate in Pseudomonas sp. strain Chol1 proceeds via an aldehyde intermediate
J Holert, Ž Kulić, O Yücel, V Suvekbala, MJF Suter, HM Möller, B Philipp
Journal of bacteriology 195 (3), 585-595, 2013
Identification of bypass reactions leading to the formation of one central steroid degradation intermediate in metabolism of different bile salts in Pseudomonas sp …
J Holert, O Yücel, N Jagmann, A Prestel, HM Möller, B Philipp
Environmental microbiology 18 (10), 3373-3389, 2016
The essential function of genes for a hydratase and an aldehyde dehydrogenase for growth of Pseudomonas sp. strain Chol1 with the steroid compound cholate indicates an …
J Holert, N Jagmann, B Philipp
Journal of bacteriology 195 (15), 3371-3380, 2013
Functional analyses of three acyl‐CoA synthetases involved in bile acid degradation in Pseudomonas putida DOC21
Á Barrientos, E Merino, I Casabon, J Rodríguez, AM Crowe, J Holert, ...
Environmental Microbiology 17 (1), 47-63, 2015
Evidence of distinct pathways for bacterial degradation of the steroid compound cholate suggests the potential for metabolic interactions by interspecies cross‐feeding
J Holert, O Yücel, V Suvekbala, Ž Kulić, H Möller, B Philipp
Environmental microbiology 16 (5), 1424-1440, 2014
Genome Sequence of Pseudomonas sp. Strain Chol1, a Model Organism for the Degradation of Bile Salts and Other Steroid Compounds
J Holert, I Alam, M Larsen, A Antunes, VB Bajic, U Stingl, B Philipp
Genome Announcements 1 (1), e00014-12, 2013
Influence of light and anoxia on chemiosmotic energy conservation in Dinoroseobacter shibae
J Holert, S Hahnke, H Cypionka
Environmental microbiology reports 3 (1), 136-141, 2011
Steryl ester formation and accumulation in steroid-degrading bacteria
J Holert, K Brown, A Hashimi, LD Eltis, WW Mohn
Applied and environmental microbiology 86 (2), e02353-19, 2020
A novel steroid-coenzyme A ligase from Novosphingobium sp. strain Chol11 is essential for an alternative degradation pathway for bile salts
O Yücel, J Holert, KC Ludwig, S Thierbach, B Philipp
Applied and environmental microbiology 84 (1), e01492-17, 2018
Proteome, bioinformatic and functional analyses reveal a distinct and conserved metabolic pathway for bile salt degradation in the Sphingomonadaceae
FM Feller, L Wöhlbrand, J Holert, V Schnaars, L Elsner, WW Mohn, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 87 (19), e00987-21, 2021
Degradation of bile acids by soil and water bacteria
FM Feller, J Holert, O Yücel, B Philipp
Microorganisms 9 (8), 1759, 2021
Bacterial degradation of steroid compounds: elucidation of metabolic pathways and cell-cell interactions
J Holert
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