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Klaus Herrmann


 Klaus Herrmann


Emeritus Professor of Biochemistry

Department: Biochemistry

Area of Expertise: Biochemical and genetic studies of aromatic amino acid biosynthesis

Retired: 2004



Zhao J, Weaver LM and Herrmann KM. 2002. Translocation of 3-deoxy-D-arabino-heptulosonate 7-phosphate synthase precursor into isolated chloroplasts. PLANTA 216, 180-186.


Entus R, Poling M and KM Herrmann. 2002. Redox regulation of Arabidopsis thaliana 3-deoxy-D-arabino-heptulosonate 7-phosphate synthase. Plant Physiol. 129, 1866-1871.
Hemm MR, Herrmann KM and Chapple C. 2001. AtMYB4: a transcription factor general in the battle against UV. Trends in Plant Science 6, 135-136.


Herrmann K, and Entus R. 1999. Shikimate pathway: Aromatic amino acids and beyond. Encylopedia of Life Sciences A1315.
Herrmann KM and Weaver LM. 1999. The shikimate pathway. Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. Plant Mol. Biol. 50, 473-503.


Weaver LM and Herrmann KM. 1997. Dynamics of the shikimate pathway in plants. Trends Plant Science 2, 346-351.
Herrmann KM. 1995. The shikimate pathway, early steps in the biosynthesis of aromatic compounds. Plant Cell 7, 907-919.


Jones JD, Henstrand JM, Handa AK, Herrmann KM and Weller, SC. 1995. Impaired wound induction of DAHP synthase and altered stem development in transgenic potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) plants expressing a DAHP synthase antisense construct. Plant Physiol. 108, 1413-1421.


Leuschner C, Herrmann KM and Schultz G. 1995. The metabolism of quinate in pea roots. Purification and partial characterization of a quinate hydroylase. Plant Physiol. 108, 319-325.


Herrmann KM. 1995. The shikimate pathway as an entry to aromatic secondary metabolism. Plant Physiol. 107, 7-12.