Scientific PUBLICATIONS

Original Articles

  • 2019

    1. Gratz, R., Manishankar, P., Ivanov, R., Köster, P., Mohr, I., Trofimov, K., Steinhorst, L., Meiser, J., Mai, H.-J., Drerup, M., Arendt, S., Holtkamp, M., Karst, U., Kudla, J., Bauer, P. and Brumbarova, T.
      CIPK11-Dependent Phosphorylation Modulates FIT Activity to Promote Arabidopsis Iron Acquisition in Response to Calcium Signaling.
      Dev Cell. 2019
      Article
    2. Belda-Palazon B, Julian J, Coego A, Wu Q, Zhang X, Batistic O, Alquraishi SA, Kudla J, An C, Rodriguez PL.
      ABA inhibits myristoylation and induces shuttling of the RGLG1 E3 ligase to promote nuclear degradation of PP2CA.
      Plant J. 2019
      Article
    3. Du XQ, Wang FL, Li H, Jing S, Yu M, Li J, Wu WH, Kudla J, Wang Y.
      The Transcription Factor MYB59 Regulates K+/NO3- Translocation in the Arabidopsis Response to Low K+ Stress.
      Plant Cell. 2019
      Article
    4. Miller J, Coluccio A, Offenborn JN, Mähs A, Kudla J, Kochian L, Piñeros M.
      A Multidrug and Toxin Efflux (MATE) Transporter Involved in Aluminum Resistance is Modulated by a CBL5/CIPK2 Calcium Sensor/Protein Kinase  Biophysical Journal 2019
      Article
    5. Ma L, Ye J, Yang Y, Lin H, Yue L, Luo J, Long Y, Fu H, Liu X, Zhang Y, Wang Y, Chen L, Kudla J, Wang Y, Han S, Song CP, Guo Y.
      The SOS2-SCaBP8 complex generates and fine-tunes an AtANN4-dependent Calcium signature under salt stress.
      Dev Cell. 2019
      Article
    6. Yang Y, Wu Y, Ma L, Yang Z, Dong Q, Li Q, Ni X, Kudla J, Song C, Guo Y.
      The Ca2+ Sensor SCaBP3/CBL7 modulates plasma membrane H+-ATPase activity and promotes alkali tolerance in Arabidopsis.
      Plant Cell. 2019
      Article
    7. Hazak O, Mamon E, Lavy M, Sternberg H, Behera S, Schmitz-Thom I, Bloch D, Dementiev O, Gutman I, Danziger T, Schwarz N, Abuzeineh A, Mockaitis K, Estelle M, Hirsch JA, Kudla J, Yalovsky S.
      A novel Ca2+-binding protein that can rapidly transduce auxin responses during root growth.
      PLoS Biol. 2019
      Article
    8. Steinhorst L, Kudla J.
      How plants perceive salt
      Nature 2019
      Article
    9. Li W, Song T, Wallrad L, Kudla J, Wang X, Zhang W.
      Tissue-specific accumulation of pH-sensing phosphatidic acid determines plant stress tolerance.
      Nat Plants 2019
      Article
    10. Ruschhaupt, M., Mergner, J., Mucha, S., Papacek, M., Doch, I., Tischer, S.V., Hemmler, D., Chiasson, D., Edel, K.H., Kudla, J., Schmitt-Kopplin, P., Kuster, B., Grill, E.
      Rebuilding core abscisic acid signaling pathways of Arabidopsis in yeast
      EMBO Journal 2019
      Article

  • 2018

    1. Waadt R, Jawurek E, Hashimoto K, Li Y, Scholz M, Krebs M, Czap G, Hong-Hermesdorf A, Hippler M, Grill E, Kudla J, Schumacher K.
      Modulation of ABA responses by the protein kinase WNK8.
      FEBS Lett. 2018
      Article
    2. Förster S, Schmidt LK, Kopic E, Anschütz U, Huang S, Schlücking K, Köster P, Waadt R, Larrieu A, Batistič O, Rodriguez PL, Grill E, Kudla J, Becker D.
      Wounding-Induced Stomatal Closure Requires Jasmonate-Mediated Activation of GORK K+ Channels by a Ca2+ Sensor-Kinase CBL1-CIPK5 Complex.
      Dev Cell. 2018
      Article
    3. Han JP, Köster P, Drerup MM, Scholz M, Li S, Edel KH, Hashimoto K, Kuchitsu K, Hippler M, Kudla J
      Fine-tuning of RBOHF activity is achieved by differential phosphorylation and Ca2+ binding.
      New Phytol. 2018
      Article
    4. Zsögön, A., Cermák, T., Naves, E.R., Notini, M.M., Edel, K.H., Weinl, S., Freschi, L., Voytas, D.F., Kudla, J, Peres, L.E.P.
      De novo domestication of wild tomato using genome editing
      Nature Biotechnology 2018
      Article
    5. Zhang X, Köster P, Schlücking K, Balcerowicz D, Hashimoto K, Kuchitsu K, Vissenberg K, Kudla J.
      CBL1-CIPK26-mediated phosphorylation enhances activity of  the NADPH oxidase RBOHC, but is dispensable for root hair growth.
      FEBS Lett. 2018
      Article
    6. Manishankar P, Wang N, Köster P, Alatar AA, Kudla J.
      Calcium Signaling during Salt Stress and in the Regulation of Ion Homeostasis.
      J Exp Bot. 2018
      Article
    7. Feng W, Kita D, Peaucelle A, Cartwright HN, Doan V, Duan Q, Liu MC, Maman J, Steinhorst L, Schmitz-Thom I, Yvon R, Kudla J, Wu HM, Cheung AY, Dinneny JR.
      The FERONIA Receptor Kinase Maintains Cell-Wall Integrity during Salt Stress through Ca2+ Signaling.
      Curr Biol. 2018
      Article
    8. Saito S, Hamamoto S, Moriya K, Matsuura A, Sato Y, Muto J, Noguchi H, Yamauchi S, Tozawa Y, Ueda M, Hashimoto K, Köster P, Dong Q, Held K, Kudla J, Utsumi T, Uozumi N.
      N-myristoylation and S-acylation are common modifications of Ca2+-regulated Arabidopsis kinases and are required for activation of the SLAC1 anion channel.
      New Phytol. 2018
      Article
    9. He J, Zhang RX, Peng K, Tagliavia C, Li S, Xue S, Liu A, Hu H, Zhang J, Hubbard KE, Held K, McAinsh MR, Gray JE, Kudla J, Schroeder JI, Liang YK, Hetherington AM.
      The BIG protein distinguishes the process of CO2-induced stomatal closure from the inhibition of stomatal opening by CO2.
      New Phytol. 2018
      Article

  • 2017

    1. Behera S, Long Y, Schmitz-Thom I, Wang XP, Zhang C, Li H, Steinhorst L, Manishankar P, Ren XL, Offenborn JN, Wu WH, Kudla J, Wang Y.
      Two spatially and temporally distinct Ca2+ signals convey Arabidopsis thaliana responses to K+ deficiency.
      New Phytol. 2017
      Article
    2. Ligaba-Osena A, Fei Z, Liu J, Xu Y, Shaff J, Lee SC, Luan S, Kudla J, Kochian L, Piñeros M.
      Loss-of-function mutation of the calcium sensor CBL1 increases aluminum sensitivity in Arabidopsis.
      New Phytol. 2017
      Article
    3. Li L, Wang F, Yan P, Jing W, Zhang C, Kudla J, Zhang W.
      A phosphoinositide-specific phospholipase C pathway elicits stress-induced Ca2+ signals and confers salt tolerance to rice.
      New Phytol. 2017
      Article
    4. Costa A, Luoni L, Marrano CA, Hashimoto K, Köster P, Giacometti S, De Michelis MI, Kudla J, Bonza MC.
      Ca2+-dependent phosphoregulation of the plasma membrane Ca2+-ATPase ACA8 modulates stimulus-induced calcium signatures.
      J Exp Bot. 2017
      Article
    5. Steinhorst L, Kudla J.
      Plant science: Sexual attraction channelled in moss.
      Nature 2017
      Article
    6. Waadt R, Krebs M, Kudla J, Schumacher K.
      Multiparameter imaging of calcium and abscisic acid and high-resolution quantitative calcium measurements using R-GECO1-mTurquoise in Arabidopsis.
      New Phytol. 2017
      Article
    7. Qu Y, Wang Q, Guo J, Wang P, Song P, Jia Q, Zhang X, Kudla J, Zhang W, Zhang Q.
      Peroxisomal CuAOζ and its product H2O2 regulate the distribution of auxin and IBA-dependent lateral root development in Arabidopsis.
      J Exp Bot. 2017
      Article
    8. Zhang C, Beckmann L, Kudla J, Batistič O.
      N-terminal S-acylation facilitates tonoplast targeting of the calcium sensor CBL6.
      FEBS Lett. 2017
      Article

  • 2016

    1. Bock R, Kudla J.
      Lighting the way to protein-protein interactions: recommendations on best practices for bimolecular fluorescence complementation (BiFC) analyses.
      Plant Cell.
      Article

    2. Loro G, Wagner S, Doccula FG, Behera S, Weinl S, Kudla J, Schwarzländer M, Costa A, Zottini M.
      Chloroplast-specific in vivo Ca2+ imaging using Yellow Cameleon fluorescent protein sensors reveals organelle-autonomous Ca2+ signatures in the stroma.
      Plant Physiol. 2016
      Article

    3. Edel K, Kudla J.
      Integration of calcium and ABA signaling.
      Curr Opin Plant Biol. 2016
      Article

    4. Beckmann L, Edel K, Batistic O, Kudla J
      A calcium sensor - protein kinase signaling module diversified in plants and is retained in all lineages of Bikonta species.
      Sci Rep. 2016
      Article

    5. Yu J, Meng Z, Liang W, Behera S, Kudla J, Tucker MR, Luo Z, Chen M, Xu D, Zhao G, Wang J, Zhang S, Kim YJ, Zhang D.
      A Rice Ca2+ Binding Protein Is Required for Tapetum Function and Pollen Formation.
      Plant Physiol. 2016
      Article

    6. Röschenbleck J, Wicke S, Weinl S, Kudla J, Müller K.
      Genus-wide screening reveals four distinct types of structural plastid genome organization in Pelargonium (Geraniaceae)
      Genome Biology and Evolution: Genome Biol Evol. 2016
      Article

  • 15 - 11

    2015

    1. Offenborn JN, Waadt R, Kudla J
      Visualization and translocation of ternary Calcineurin-A/Calcineurin-B/Calmodulin-2 protein complexes by dual-color trimolecular fluorescence complementation.
      New Phytol. 2015 Oct;208(1):269-79.
      Article
    2. Pandey GK, Kanwar P, Singh A, Steinhorst L, Pandey A, Yadav AK, Tokas I, Sanyal SK, Kim BG, Lee SC, Cheong YH, Kudla J, Luan S.
      Calcineurin B-Like Protein-Interacting Protein Kinase CIPK21 Regulates Osmotic and Salt Stress Responses in Arabidopsis.
      Plant Physiol. 2015 Sep;169(1):780-92.
      Article
    3. Steinhorst L, Mähs A, Ischebeck T, Zhang C, Zhang X, Arendt S, Schültke S, Heilmann I, Kudla J
      Vacuolar CBL-CIPK12 Ca2+-sensor-kinase complexes are required for polarized pollen tube growth.
      Curr Biol. 2015 Jun 1;25(11):1475-82.
      Article
    4. Léran S, Edel KH, Pervent M, Hashimoto K, Corratgé-Faillie C, Offenborn JN, Tillard P, Gojon A, Kudla J, Lacombe B.
      Nitrate sensing and uptake in Arabidopsis are enhanced by ABI2, a phosphatase inactivated by the stress hormone abscisic acid.
      Sci Signal. 2015 May 5;8(375)
      Article
    5. Behera S, Wang N, Zhang C, Schmitz-Thom I, Strohkamp S, Schültke S, Hashimoto K, Xiong L, Kudla J
      Analyses of Ca2+ dynamics using a ubiquitin-10 promoter-driven Yellow Cameleon 3.6 indicator reveal reliable transgene expression and differences in cytoplasmic Ca2+ responses in Arabidopsis and rice
      (Oryza sativa) roots
      .
      New Phytol. 2015 Apr;206(2):751-60.
      Article
    6. Manishankar P, Kudla J
      Cold tolerance encoded in one SNP.
      Cell. 2015 Mar 12
      Article
    7. Edel KH, Kudla J
      Increasing complexity and versatility: how the calcium signaling toolkit was shaped during plant land colonization.
      Cell Calcium. 2015 Mar;57(3):231-46.
      Article
    8. Costa A, Kudla J
      Colorful insights: advances in imaging drive novel breakthroughs in Ca2+ signaling.
      Mol Plant. 2015 Mar;8(3):352-5.
      Article

    2014

    1. Maierhofer T, Diekmann M, Offenborn JN, Lind C, Bauer H, Hashimoto K, S Al-Rasheid KA, Luan S, Kudla J, Geiger D, Hedrich R.
      Site- and kinase-specific phosphorylation-mediated activation of SLAC1, a guard cell anion channel stimulated by abscisic acid.
      Sci Signal. 2014
      Article
    2. Andrés Z., Pérez-Hormaeche J., Leidi E., Schlücking K., Steinhorst L., McLachlan D., Schumacher K., Hetherington A., Kudla J., Cubero B., Pardo J.
      Control of vacuolar dynamics and regulation of stomatal aperture by tonoplast potassium uptake.
      PNAS, 2014
      Article
    3. Zhou H., Lin H, Chen S., Becker K., Yang Y., Zhao J., Kudla J., Schumaker K., Guo Y.
      Inhibition of the Arabidopsis salt overly sensitive pathway by 14-3-3 proteins.
      Plant Cell, 2014
      Article
    4. Eckert C., Offenborn J., Heinz T., Armarego-Marriott T., Schültke S., Zhang C., Hillmer S., Heilmann M., Schumacher K., Bock R., Heilmann I., Kudla J. (2014)
      The vacuolar calcium sensors CBL2 and CBL3 affect seed size and embryonic development in Arabidopsis thaliana.
      Plant Journal, 2014
      Article
    5. Röschenbleck J., Albers F., Müller K., Weinl S., Kudla J.
      Phylogenetics, character evolution and a subgeneric revision of the genus Pelargonium (Geraniaceae)
      Phytotaxa 159, 2014
      Article

    2013

    1. Drerup M., Schlücking K., Hashimoto K., Manishankar P., Steinhorst L., Kuchitsu K., Kudla J.
      The Calcineurin B-Like Calcium Sensors CBL1 and CBL9 Together with Their Interacting Protein Kinase CIPK26 Regulate the Arabidopsis NADPH Oxidase RBOHF.
      Mol Plant. 2013
      Article
    2. Schlücking K., Edel K., Köster P., Drerup M., Eckert C., Steinhorst L., Waadt R., Batistič O., Kudla J.
      A new β-estradiol inducible vector set that facilitates easy construction and efficient expression of transgenes reveals CBL3-dependent cytoplasm to tonoplast translocation of CIPK5.
      Mol Plant. 2013
      Article
    3. Mähs A., Steinhorst L., Han J., Shen L., Wang Y., Kudla J.
      The Calcineurin B-like Ca2+ sensors CBL1 and CBL9 function in pollen germination and pollen tube growth in Arabidopsis.
      Mol Plant. 2013
      Article
    4. Behera S., Kudla J.
      Live cell imaging of cytoplasmic Ca2+ dynamics in Arabidopsis guard cells.
      Cold Spring Harb Protoc. 2013
      Article
    5. Behera S., Kudla J.
      High-resolution imaging of cytoplasmic Ca2+ dynamics in Arabidopsis roots.
      Cold Spring Harb Protoc. 2013
      Article
    6. Behera S., Krebs M., Loro G., Schumacher K., Costa A., Kudla J.
      Ca2+ imaging in plants using genetically encoded Yellow Cameleon Ca2+ indicators.
      Cold Spring Harb Protoc. 2013
      Article
    7. Waadt R., Schlücking K., Schroeder J., Kudla J.
      Protein Fragment Bimolecular Fluorescence Complementation Analyses for the In vivo Study of Protein-Protein Interactions and Cellular Protein Complex Localizations.
      Methods Mol Biol. 2013
      Article
    8. Bonza M., Loro G., Behera S., Wong A., Kudla J., Costa A.
      Analyses of Ca2+ accumulation and dynamics in the Endoplasmic Reticulum of Arabidopsis thaliana root cells using a genetically encoded Cameleon sensor.
      Plant Physiol. 2013
      Article

    2012

    1. Hashimoto K., Eckert C., Anschütz U., Scholz M., Held K., Waadt R., Reyer A., Hippler M., Becker D., Kudla J.
      Phosphorylation of Calcineurin B-like (CBL) calciumsensor proteins by their CBL-interacting protein kinases (CIPKs) is required for full activity of CBL-CIPK complexes towards their target proteins
      J Biol Chem.
      Article
    2. Krebs M., Held K., Binder A., Hashimoto K., Den Herder G., Parniske M., Kudla J., Schumacher K.
      FRET-based genetically encoded sensors allow high-resolution live cell imaging of Ca²⁺ dynamics
      Plant Journal, 69, 181-92.
      Article
    3. Batistič O., Rehers M., Akerman A., Steinhorst L., Schlücking K., Yalovsky S., Kudla J.
      S-acylation dependent association of the calcium sensor CBL2 with the vacuolar membrane is essential for proper abscisic acid responses
      Cell Res., 22, 1155-68.
      Article
    4. Terashima M., Petroutsos D., Hüdig M., Tolstygina I., Trompelt K., Gäbelein P., Fufezan C., Kudla J., Weinl S., Finazzi G., Hippler M. (2012)
      Calcium-dependent regulation of cyclic photosynthetic electron transfer by a CAS, ANR1, and PGRL1 complex.
      PNAS, 109, 17717-22
      Article

    2011

    1. Petroutsos D., Busch A., Janssen I., Trompelt K., Bergner S., Weinl S., Holtkamp M., Karst U., Kudla J., Hippler M.
      The chloroplast calcium sensor CAS is required for photoacclimation in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
      Plant Cell, 23, 2950-63
      Article
    2. Gehl C., Kaufholdt D., Hamisch D., Bikker R., Kudla J., Mendel R., Hänsch R.
      Quantitative analysis of dynamic protein-protein interactions in planta by a floated-leaf luciferase complementation imaging (FLuCI) assay using binary Gateway vectors
      Plant Journal, 67, 542-53
      Article
    3. Held K., Pascaud F., Eckert C., Gajdanowicz P., Hashimoto K., Corratgé-Faillie C., Offenborn J., Lacombe B., Dreyer I., Thibaud J., Kudla J.
      Calcium-dependent modulation and plasma membrane targeting of the AKT2 potassium channel by the CBL4/CIPK6 calcium sensor/protein kinase complex
      Cell Research, 21, 1116-30
      Article

  • 10 - 01

    2010

    1. Walter M., Piepenburg K., Schöttler MA., Petersen K., Kahlau S., Tiller N., Drechsel O., Weingartner M., Kudla J., Bock R.
      Knockout of the plastid RNase E leads to defective RNA processing and chloroplast ribosome deficiency
      Plant Journal, 64, 851-63
      Article
    2. International Arabidopsis Informatics Consortium
      An international bioinformatics infrastructure to underpin the Arabidopsis community
      Plant Cell, 22, 2530-6
      Article
    3. Grefen C., Donald N., Hashimoto K., Kudla J., Schumacher K., Blatt M.
      A ubiquitin-10 promoter-based vector set for fluorescent protein tagging facilitates temporal stability and native protein distribution in transient and stable expression studies
      Plant Journal, 64, 355-65
      Article
    4. Batistič O., Waadt R., Steinhorst L., Held K. and  Kudla J.
      CBL-mediated targeting of CIPKs facilitates decoding of calcium signals emanating from distinct cellular stores.

      Plant Journal,
      61, 211-22
      Article

    2009

    1. Gehl C., Waadt R., Kudla J., Mendel R., Hänsch R.
      New GATEWAY vectors for High Throughput Analyses of Protein–Protein Interactions by Bimolecular Fluorescence Complementation
      Molecular Plant, 2, 1051-58
      Article
    2. Geiger D., Becker D., Vosloh D., Gambale F., Palme K., Rehers M., Anschuetz U., Dreyer I., Kudla J., Hedrich R.
      Heteromeric AtKC1/AKT1 channels in Arabidopsis roots facilitate growth under K+ limiting conditions.
      The Journal of Biological Chemistry
      Article

    2008

    1. Waadt R., Schmidt L., Lohse M., Hashimoto K., Bock R., Kudla J.
      Multicolor bimolecular fluorescence complementation (mcBiFC) reveals simultaneous formation of alternative CBL/CIPK complexes in planta.
      Plant Journal, 56, 505-16
      Article
    2. Batistič O., Sorek N., Schültke S., Yalovsky S., Kudla J.
      Dual fatty acyl modification determines the localization and plasma membrane targeting of CBL/CIPK Ca2+ signaling complexes.
      Plant Cell, 20, 1346-62
      Article
    3. Weinl S., Held K., Schlücking K., Steinhorst L., Kuhlgert S., Hippler M., Kudla J.
      A plastid protein crucial for Ca2+-regulated stomatal responses.
      New Phytologist,
       179, 675-86
      Article
    4. Waadt R. and Kudla J.
      In Planta Visualization of Protein Interactions Using Bimolecular Fluorescence Complementation (BiFC).

      Cold Spring Harbor Protocols

      Article

    2007

    1. Kim B., Waadt R., Cheong Y.H., Pandey G.K., Dominguez-Solis J.R., Schültke S., Lee S.C., Kudla J., Luan S.
      The calcium sensor CBL10 mediates salt tolerance by regulating ion homeostasis in
      Arabidopsis.
      Plant Journal
      , 52, 473-84
      Article
    2. Cheong Y., Pandey G.K., Grant J., Batistič O., Li L., Kim B., Lee S., Kudla J., Luan S.
      Two Calcineurin B-like calcium sensors, interacting with protein kinase cipk23, regulate leaf transpiration and root potassium uptake in Arabidopsis.
      Plant Journal, 52, 223-239
      Article
    3. Kilian J., Whitehead D., Horak J., Wanke D., Weinl S., Batistič O., D'Angelo C., Bornberg-Bauer E., Kudla J., Harter K.
      The AtGenExpress global stress expression data set: protocols, evaluation and model data analysis of UV-B light, drought and cold stress responses.
      Plant Journal, 50, 347-63
      Article

    2006

    1. D'Angelo C., Weinl S., Batistič O., Pandey G.K., Cheong Y.H., Schültke S., Albrecht V., Ehlert B., Schulz B., Harter K., Luan S., Bock R., Kudla J.
      Alternative complex formation of the Ca2+-regulated protein kinase CIPK1 controls abscisic acid-dependent and independent stress responses in Arabidopsis.
      Plant Journal, 48, 857-72
      Article
    2. Hedrich R., Kudla J.
      Calcium signaling networks channel plant K+ uptake.
      Cell, 125, 1221-23
      Article
    3. Ahlert D., Piepenburg K., Kudla J., Bock R.
      Evolutionary origin of a plant mitochondrial group II intron from a reverse transcriptase/maturase-encoding ancestor.
      Journal of plant research, 119, 363-71
      Article

    2004

    1. Walter M., Chaban C., Schütze K., Batistič O., Weckermann K., Näke C., Blazevic D., Grefen C., Schumacher K., Öcking C., Harter K., Kudla J.
      Visualization of protein interactions in living plant cells using bimolecular fluorescence complementation.
      Plant Journal, 40, 428-38
      Article
    2. Hass C., Albrecht V., Lohrmann J., Hummel F., Sweere U., Grefen C., Schröder C., Schäfer E., Hwang I., Zhu T., Kudla J., Harter K.
      The response regulator 2 mediates ethylene signalling and hormone signal integration in Arabidopsis.
      EMBO Journal, 23, 3290-302
      Article
    3. Pandey G., Cheong Y., Kim K., Grant J., Li L., Hung W., D'Angelo C., Weinl S., Kudla J., Luan S.
      The Calcium Sensor CBL9 modulates ABA sensitivity and biosynthesis in Arabidopsis.
      Plant Cell, 16, 1912-24
      Article
    4. Kolukisaoglu Ü., Weinl S., Blazevic D., Batistič O., Kudla J.
      Calcium sensors and their interacting protein kinases: Genomics of the Arabidopsis and rice CBL-CIPK signaling networks.
      Plant Physiology, 134, 43-58
      Article

    2003

    1. Albrecht V., Weinl S., Blazevic D., D'Angelo C., Batistič O., Kolukisaoglu Ü., Bock R., Schulz B., Harter K., Kudla J.
      The calcium sensor CBL1 integrates plant responses to abiotic stresses.
      Plant Journal, 36, 457-470
      Article

    2. Hrabak E.M., Chan C.W.M., Gribskov M., Harper J.F., Choi J.H., Halford N., Kudla J., Luan S., Nimmo H.G., Sussman M.R., Thomas M. Walker-Simmons, K., Zhu J.K., Harmon A.C.
      The CDPK-SnRK superfamily of protein kinases.

      Plant Physiology,
      132, 666-80
      Article

    2002

    1. Walter M, Kilian J., Kudla J.
      PNPase activity determines efficiency of mRNA 3' end processing, the degradation of tRNA and the extent of polyadenylation in chloroplasts.
      EMBO Journal, 21, 6905-914.
      Article
    2. Luan S., Kudla J., Rodriguez-Conception M., Yalovsky S., Gruissem W.
      Calmodulins and Calcineurin B-like Proteins: Calcium sensors for specific signal-response coupling in plants.
      Plant Cell, S389-S400
      Article
    3. Kudla J., Albertazzi F., Blazevic D., Hermann M., Bock R.
      Loss of the mitochondrial coxII intron 1 in a family of monocotyledonous plants and utilization of mitochondrial intron sequences for the construction of a nuclear intron.
      MGG, 267, 223-30
      Article

    2001

    1. Sweere U., Eichenberg K., Lohrmann J., Mira-Rodado V., Bäurle I., Kudla J., Nagy F., Schäfer E., Harter K.
      Interaction of the response regulator ARR4 with the photoreceptor phytochrome B in modulating red light signaling.
      Science, 294, 1108-111
      Article
    2. Albrecht V.,Ritz O. , Linder S., Harter K., Kudla J.
      The NAF domain defines a novel protein-protein interaction module conserved in Ca2+-regulated kinases.
      EMBO Journal, 20, 1051-063
      Article
    3. Berdy S., Kudla J., Gruissem W., Gillaspy G.
      Molecular characterization of At5Ptase1, an inositol phosphatase capable of terminating inositol trisphosphate signaling.
      Plant Physiology, 126, 801-10.
      Article
    4. Lohrmann J., Sweere U., Zabaleta E., Bäurle I., Keitel C., Kozma-Bognar L., Brennicke A., Schäfer E., Kudla J., Harter K.
      The response regulator ARR2: a pollen-specific transcription factor involved in the expression of nuclear genes for components of mitochondrial complex I in Arabidopsis.
      MGG, 265, 2-13
      Article
    5. Luan S., Kudla J., Harter K., Gruissem W., Chory J.
      Renaming Genes and Duplication of Gene Names in the Literature
      Plant Cell 13, 2391–2391
      Article

  • 99 - 92

    1999

    1. Shi J., Kim K., Ritz O., Albrecht V., Gupta R., Harter K., Luan S., Kudla J.
      Novel protein kinases associated with calcineurin B-like calcium sensors in Arabidopsis.
      Plant Cell, 11, 2393-2406
      Article
    2. Lohrmann J., Buchholz G., Keitel C., Sweere U., Kircher S., Bäurle I., Kudla J.,Schäfer E., Harter K.
      Differential expression and nuclear localization of response regulator-like proteins from Arabidopsis thaliana.
      Plant Biology, 1, 495-505
      Article
    3. Kudla J., Bock R.
      RNA editing in an untranslated region of the Ginkgo chloroplast genome.
      Gene, 234, 81-86
      Article
    4. Hayes R., Kudla J., Gruissem W.
      Degrading chloroplast mRNA: the role of polyadenylation.
      Trends in Biochemical Sciences, 24, 199-202
      Article
    5. Kudla J., Xu Q., Harter K., Gruissem W., Luan S.
      Genes for calcineurin B-like proteins in Arabidopsis are differentially regulated by stress signals.
      PNAS, 96, 4718-4723
      Article

    1998

    1. Albertazzi F.J., Kudla J. , Bock R.
      The cox2 locus of the primitive angiosperm plant Acorus calamus: molecular structure, transcript processing and RNA editing.
      MGG, 259, 591-600
      Article
    2. Xu Q., Liang S., Kudla J., Luan S.
      Molecular characterization of a plant FKBP12 that does not mediate action of FK506 and rapamycin.
      Plant Journal
      , 4, 511-519
      Article

    1996

    1. Kudla J., Hayes R., Gruissem W.
      Polyadenylation accelerates degradation of chloroplast mRNA.
      EMBO Journal, 15, 7137-7146
      Article
    2. Luan S., Kudla J., Gruissem W., Schreiber S.
      Molecular characterization of a FKBP-type immunophilin from higher plants.
      PNAS, 93, 6964-69
      Article
    3. Schmidt, T., Kudla J.
      The molecular structure, chromosomal organization and interspecies distribution of a family of tandemly repeated DNA sequences of Antirrhinum majus L.
      Genome, 39, 243-48
      Article
    4. Hayes R., Kudla J., Schuster G., Gabay L., Maliga P., Gruissem  W.
      Chloroplast mRNA 3' end processing by a high molecular weight complex is regulated by nuclear-encoded RNA-binding proteins.
      EMBO Journal, 15, 1132-41
      Article

    1993

    1. Bock R., Hagemann R., Kössel H., Kudla J.
      Tissue- and stage-specific modulation of RNA editing of the psbF and psbL transcript from spinach plastids - a new regulatory mechanism?
      MGG, 240, 238-44
      Article

    2. Kössel H., Hoch B., Maier R., Igloi G., Kudla J., Zeltz P., Freyer R., Neckermann K., Ruf S.
      RNA editing in chloroplasts of higher plants.
      In: Plant Mitochondria, Brennicke A. & Kück U. (eds.) VCH Publishers, Weinheim, 55-64

    1992

    1. Kudla J., Igloi G.L., Metzlaff M., Hagemann R., Kössel H.
      RNA editing in tobacco chloroplasts leads to the formation of a translatable psbL mRNA by a C to U substitution within the initiation codon.
      EMBO Journal, 1992, 1099-103
      Article

Reviews & Bookchapter

  • Reviews

    1. Kudla J, Becker D, Grill E, Hedrich R, Hippler M, Kummer U, Parniske M, Romeis T, Schumacher K. (2018)
      Advances and current challenges in calcium signaling.
      New Phytol. 2018
      Article
    2. Köster P, Wallrad L, Edel KH, Faisal M, Alatar AA, Kudla J. (2018)
      The battle of two ions: Ca2+ signaling against Na+ stress.
      Plant Biol 2018
      Article
    3. Edel KH, Marchadier E, Brownlee C, Kudla J, Hetherington AM. (2017)
      The Evolution of Calcium-Based Signalling in Plants.
      Curr Biol. 2017
      Article
    4. Steinhorst L. & Kudla J. (2014)
      Signaling in cells and organisms - calcium holds the line
      Curr Opin Plant Biol. 2014
      Article
    5. Steinhorst L. & Kudla J. (2013)
      Calcium and reactive oxygen species rule the waves of signaling

      Plant Physiol. 2013 163, 471-85

      Article
    6. Batistič O. & Kudla J. (2012)
      Analysis of calcium signaling pathways in plants

      Biochim Biophys Acta., 1820, 1283-93
      Article
    7. Steinhorst L. & Kudla J. (2012)
      Calcium - a central regulator of pollen germination and tube growth

      Biochim Biophys Acta, S0167-4889

      Article
    8. Hashimoto K. & Kudla J. (2011)
      Calcium decoding mechanisms in plants

      Biochimie. 93(12), 2054-59

      Article
    9. Kudla J., Batistič O. and Hashimoto K. (2010)
      Calcium Signals: The Lead Currency of Plant Information Processing

      Plant Cell. 22, 541-63
      Article
    10. Weinl S. & Kudla J. (2009)
      The CBL-CIPK Ca2+-decoding signaling network: function and perspectives
      New Phytologist, 184, 517-28
      Article
    11. Batistič O. & Kudla J. (2009)
      Plant Calcineurin B-like proteins and their interacting protein kinases
      BBA - Molecular Cell Research, 1793, 985-92
      Article
    12. Batistič O. & Kudla J. (2004)
      Integration and channeling of calcium signaling through the CBL calcium sensor / CIPK protein kinase network
      Planta, 219, 915-924
      Article
    13. Luan S., Kudla J., Rodriguez-Conception M., Yalovsky S., Gruissem W. (2002)
      Calmodulins and Calcineurin B-like Proteins: Calcium sensors for specific signal-response coupling in plants
      Plant Cell, S389-S400
      Article
    14. Hayes R., Kudla J., Gruissem W. (1999)
      Degrading chloroplast mRNA: the role of polyadenylation
      Trends in Biochemical Sciences, 24, 199-202
      Article

  • Bookchapter

    1. Haß C., Weinl S., Harter K., Kudla J. (2004)
      Functional genomics of protein phosphorylation in Arabidopsis thaliana
      In: Plant Functional Genomics, Leister, D. (eds.) The Haworth Press, Binghamton.
      Article
    2. Kössel H., Hoch B., Maier R., Igloi G., Kudla J., Zeltz P., Freyer R., Neckermann K., Ruf S. (1993)
      RNA editing in chloroplasts of higher plants
      In: Plant Mitochondria, Brennicke A. & Kück U. (eds.) VCH Publishers, Weinheim, 55-64