Martin Urban
Martin Urban
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TitleCited byYear
The Fusarium graminearum genome reveals a link between localized polymorphism and pathogen specialization
CA Cuomo, U Güldener, JR Xu, F Trail, BG Turgeon, A Di Pietro, ...
Science 317 (5843), 1400-1402, 2007
7232007
The a mating type locus of U. maydis specifies cell signaling components
M Bölker, M Urban, R Kahmann
Cell 68 (3), 441-450, 1992
4081992
Nucleic acid molecules and other molecules associated with plants and uses thereof for plant improvement
J Liu, Y Zhou, D Kovalic, S Screen, J Tabaska, Y Cao
US Patent App. 10/425,114, 2004
3782004
The CPKA gene of Magnaporthe grisea is essential for appressorial penetration
JR Xu, M Urban, JA Sweigard, JE Hamer
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 10 (2), 187-194, 1997
2551997
An ATP‐driven efflux pump is a novel pathogenicity factor in rice blast disease
M Urban, T Bhargava, JE Hamer
The EMBO Journal 18 (3), 512-521, 1999
2461999
PHI-base: a new database for pathogen host interactions
R Winnenburg, TK Baldwin, M Urban, C Rawlings, J Köhler, ...
Nucleic acids research 34 (suppl_1), D459-D464, 2006
1722006
The infection biology of Fusarium graminearum: Defining the pathways of spikelet to spikelet colonisation in wheat ears
NA Brown, M Urban, AML Van De Meene, KE Hammond-Kosack
Fungal biology 114 (7), 555-571, 2010
1562010
Ensembl Genomes 2018: an integrated omics infrastructure for non-vertebrate species
PJ Kersey, JE Allen, A Allot, M Barba, S Boddu, BJ Bolt, D Carvalho-Silva, ...
Nucleic acids research 46 (D1), D802-D808, 2017
1552017
Identification of the pheromone response element inUstilago maydis
M Urban, R Kahmann, M Bölker
Molecular and General Genetics MGG 251 (1), 31-37, 1996
1481996
PHI-base update: additions to the pathogen–host interaction database
R Winnenburg, M Urban, A Beacham, TK Baldwin, S Holland, ...
Nucleic acids research 36 (suppl_1), D572-D576, 2007
1352007
The Fusarium graminearum MAP1 gene is essential for pathogenicity and development of perithecia
M Urban, E Mott, T Farley, K Hammond‐Kosack
Molecular plant pathology 4 (5), 347-359, 2003
1302003
Arabidopsis is susceptible to the cereal ear blight fungal pathogens Fusarium graminearum and Fusarium culmorum
M Urban, S Daniels, E Mott, K Hammond‐Kosack
The Plant Journal 32 (6), 961-973, 2002
1172002
The Pathogen-Host Interactions database (PHI-base): Additions and future developments
M Urban
NAR, 2015
1012015
The biallelica mating type locus ofUstilago maydis: remnants of an additional pheromone gene indicate evolution from a multiallelic ancestor
M Urban, R Kahmann, M Bölker
Molecular and General Genetics MGG 250 (4), 414-420, 1996
791996
Agrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated transformation of Leptosphaeria spp. and Oculimacula spp. with the reef coral gene DsRed and the jellyfish gene gfp
M Eckert, K Maguire, M Urban, S Foster, B Fitt, J Lucas, ...
FEMS microbiology letters 253 (1), 67-74, 2005
782005
The completed genome sequence of the pathogenic ascomycete fungus Fusarium graminearum
R King, M Urban, MCU Hammond-Kosack, K Hassani-Pak, ...
BMC genomics 16 (1), 544, 2015
772015
The velvet gene, FgVe1, affects fungal development and positively regulates trichothecene biosynthesis and pathogenicity in Fusarium graminearum
J Merhej, M Urban, M Dufresne, KIME HAMMOND‐KOSACK, ...
Molecular plant pathology 13 (4), 363-374, 2012
772012
Characterization of the sterol 14α‐demethylases of Fusarium graminearum identifies a novel genus‐specific CYP51 function
J Fan, M Urban, JE Parker, HC Brewer, SL Kelly, KE Hammond‐Kosack, ...
New Phytologist 198 (3), 821-835, 2013
752013
The pathogen-host interactions database (PHI-base) provides insights into generic and novel themes of pathogenicity
TK Baldwin, R Winnenburg, M Urban, C Rawlings, J Koehler, ...
Molecular plant-microbe interactions 19 (12), 1451-1462, 2006
712006
Fusarium graminearum gene deletion mutants map1 and tri5 reveal similarities and differences in the pathogenicity requirements to cause disease on …
A Cuzick, M Urban, K Hammond‐Kosack
New Phytologist 177 (4), 990-1000, 2008
632008
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