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Vortrag

Kranzler, M; Walser, V; Stark, TD; Hofmann, TH; Ehling-Schulz, M (2021): New insights into the emetic toxin cereulide -Bacillus ACT 2021 - 9th International conference on Bacillus anthracis, cereus, and thuringiensis; APR 26-28, 2021; Paris, France.

Kranzler, M; Jeßberger, N; Rademacher, C; Dietrich, R; Buchacher, T; Märtlbauer, E; Ehling-Schulz, M (2020): Assessing the enteropathogenic potential of Bacillus cereus by means of secreted and surface-located markers -6th Joint Conference of the DGHM & VAAM – 72nd Annual Meeting of the DGHM & Annual Meeting of the VAAM; MAR 08-11, 2020; Leipzig, Germany.

Walser, VW; Marxen, S; Stark, TD; Kranzler, M; Ehling‐Schulz, M; Hofmann, T (2020): Identifizierung von Strukturhomologen des emetischen Bacillus cereus Toxins Cereulid und UPLC‐ESI‐MS/MS Monitoring der Ausbildung von Isocereulidpattern unter verschiedenen Parametern -71. Arbeitstagung des Regionalverbands Bayern; MAR 9-10, 2020; Würzburg, Germany.

Digruber, A; Kranzler, M; Buchacher, T; Strobl, B; Ehling-Schulz, M (2019): Extracellular vesicles of Bacillus cereus: First insights into their potential role in pathogenicity. -2nd Autumn Meeting German Society of Extracellular Vesicles (GSEV); NOV 28-29, 2019; Freising, Germany.

Kranzler, M; Stark, TD; Walser, V; Hofmann, T; Ehling-Schulz, M (2019): Synergien und Verbreitungswege von Cereulid und Strategien zur Vermeidung der Toxinbildung. -18. Fachsymposium der DGHM-Fachgruppe Lebensmittelmikrobiologie; OKT 7-9, 2019; Kiel, Germany.

Kranzler, M; Buchacher, T; Rademacher, C; Jeßberger, N; Märtlbauer, E; Ehling-Schulz, M (2018): Differential diagnostics of enteropathogenic Bacillus cereus based on marker proteins. -26th International ICFMH Conference - FoodMicro; SEP 3-6, 2018; Berlin, Germany.

Kranzler, M; Buchacher, T; Rademacher, C; Jeßberger, N; Märtlbauer, E; Ehling-Schulz, M (2018): Bacillus cereus, a multifaceted pathogen: The challenge of discriminating high and low enteropathogenic strains. -BACELL 2018; JUN 12-13, 2018; Bath, United Kingdom.

Ehling-Schulz, M; Kranzler, M; Lücking, G; Stollewerk, K; Rouzeau-Szynalski, K; Sulyok, M; Stark, T; Frenzel, E (2017): Food Bacteria Interplay: Concerted action of extrinsic and extrinsic factors gearing toxin synthesis in emetic Bacillus cereus. 19th International Conference on Bacilli and Gram-positive Bacteria, Berlin, Germany, JUN 11-15, 2017. Biospektrum (23), S1 20-21.

Ehling-Schulz, M; Kranzler, M; Stark, GT; Völker, U; Frenzel, E (2017): Pathometabolism of emetic Bacillus cereus. -Bacillus ACT: International Conference on Bacillus anthracis, Bacillus cereus, and Bacillus thuringiensis; OCT 1-5, 2017; Victoria, Canada.

Kranzler, M; Buchacher, T; Rademacher, C; Jeßberger, N; Märtlbauer, E; Ehling-Schulz, M (2017): The challenge of discriminating high and low toxin producers of enteropathogenic Bacillus cereus in foods. -17th Symposia on Food Microbiology; APR 3-5, 2017; Landshut, Germany.

Ehling-Schulz, M; Lücking, G; Marxen, S; Kranzler, M; Sulyok, M; Rouzeau, K; Stark, T; Frenzel, E; Hoffmann, T (2016): Cereulide biosynthesis in emetic Bacillus cereus: An unusual mega enzyme complex forming unusal depsipeptide toxins. -BACELL; APR 26-27, 2016; Paris, FRANCE.

Ehling-Schulz, M; Lücking, G; Marxen, S; Kranzler, M; Sulyok, M; Rouzeau, K; Stark, T; Frenzel, E; Hoffmann, T (2016): Cereulide biosythesis in emetic Bacillus cereus: Effect of extrinsic factors on toxin production and toxin variants. -16th Symposia on Food Microbiology; MAR 30-APR 1, 2016; Stuttgart, GERMANY.

Kranzler, M; Marxen, S; Stollewerk, K; Sulyok, M; Rouzeau-Szynalski , K; Stark, T; Hoffmann, T; Ehling-Schulz, M (2016): Toxin production or not? - Temperature, a cardinal parameter for cereulide biosynthesis in emetic Bacillus cereus. -ÖGHMP Jahrestagung; MAY 30-JUN 02, 2016; Zell am See, AUSTRIA.

Poster

Kranzler, M; Stark, TD; Walser, V; Hofmann, TH; Ehling-Schulz, M (2021): New insights into the emetic toxin cereulide: Ways of spreading, inhibition and synergies. -World Microbe Forum 2021; JUN 20-24, 2021; Vienna, Austria.

Kalbhenn, E; Kranzler, M; Lücking, G; Gacek-Matthews, A; Stark, TD; Frenzel, E; Grass, G; Ehling-Schulz, M (2019): Impact of CerX homologs on cereulide toxin synthesis in emetic Bacillus cereus. -11th ÖGMBT Annual Meeting - Inside the world of biomolecules; SEP 16-18, 2019; Salzburg, Austria.

Kranzler, M; Jeßberger, J; Buchacher, T; Märtlbauer, E; Ehling-Schulz, M (2019): Moonlighting proteins of Bacillus cereus – Potential virulence factors, identified by Surfaceomics. -PROTEOMIC FORUM 2019 - XIII. Annual Congress of the European Proteomics Association: From Genes via Proteins and their Interactions to Functions.; March 24–28, 2019; Potsdam, Germany.

Kranzler, M; Buchacher, T; Rademacher, C; Jeßberger, N; Dietrich, R; Märtlbauer, E; Ehling-Schulz, M (2018): Marker proteins for differential diagnostics of enteropathogenic Bacillus cereus, identified by subcellular proteomics. -ÖGHMP Jahrestagung; JUN 4-7, 2018; Graz, Austria.

Kalbhenn, EM; Kranzler, M; Lücking, G; Stark, T; Frenzel, E; Ehling-Schulz, M (2017): Impact of plasmid-borne genetic elements on cereulide toxin synthesis in emetic Bacillus cereus. Bacillus ACT Conference; OCT 1-5, 2017; Victoria, BC, Canada, Canada. 2017.

Kranzler, M; Frenzel, E; Stark, T; Ehling-Schulz, M (2017): Small colony variants: A ‘third lifeform’ of Bacillus cereus. -5th biennial ‘How Dead is Dead?’ Conference; SEP 6-8, 2017; Vienna, Austria.

Rouzeau-Szynalski, K; Kranzler, M; Stollewerk, K; Sulyok, M; Blayo, L; Ehling-Schulz, M (2016): Toxin produced or not produced during food manufacturing? -IAFP European Symposium on Food Safety; MAY 11-15, 2016; Athens, GREECE.

Kranzler, M; Frenzel, E; Stark, T; Klumpp, J; Ehling-Schulz, M (2015): The endospore-forming pathogen Bacillus cereus exploits a diversification strategy in response to aminoglycoside exposure with impacts on phenotype, metabolism and virulence. -EMBO Symposium: New Approaches and Concepts in Microbiology; OCT 11-14, 2015; Heidelberg, GERMANY.

Kranzler, M; Frenzel, E; Ehling-Schulz, M (2014): Galleria mellonella, a suitable animal model for studying bacterial growth behavior in vivo. -Young Microbiologist Symposium 2014; JUN 2-3, 2014; Dundee, SCOTLAND.

Poster mit Vortrag

Kranzler, M; Jeßberger, J; Buchacher, T; Märtlbauer, E; Ehling-Schulz, M (2019): Moonlighting proteins of Bacillus cereus – Potential virulence factors, identified by Surfaceomics. -11th ÖGMBT Annual Meeting - Inside the world of biomolecules; SEP 16-18, 2019; Salzburg, Austria.

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