Nicole Gruenheit
Nicole Gruenheit
Research associate, University of Manchester
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Genes of cyanobacterial origin in plant nuclear genomes point to a heterocyst-forming plastid ancestor
O Deusch, G Landan, M Roettger, N Gruenheit, KV Kowallik, JF Allen, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 25 (4), 748-761, 2008
Mutational decay and age of chloroplast and mitochondrial genomes transferred recently to angiosperm nuclear chromosomes
CY Huang, N Grunheit, N Ahmadinejad, JN Timmis, W Martin
Plant Physiology 138 (3), 1723-1733, 2005
Hybridization may facilitate in situ survival of endemic species through periods of climate change
M Becker, N Gruenheit, M Steel, C Voelckel, O Deusch, PB Heenan, ...
Nature Climate Change 3 (12), 1039-1043, 2013
Chloroplast genome phylogenetics: why we need independent approaches to plant molecular evolution
W Martin, O Deusch, N Stawski, N Grünheit, V Goremykin
Trends in plant science 10 (5), 203-209, 2005
Cutoffs and k-mers: implications from a transcriptome study in allopolyploid plants
N Gruenheit, O Deusch, C Esser, M Becker, C Voelckel, P Lockhart
BMC genomics 13 (1), 1-19, 2012
ERAD components in organisms with complex red plastids suggest recruitment of a preexisting protein transport pathway for the periplastid membrane
G Felsner, MS Sommer, N Gruenheit, F Hempel, D Moog, S Zauner, ...
Genome biology and evolution 3, 140-150, 2011
Calcium-dependent regulation of Rab activation and vesicle fusion by an intracellular P2X ion channel
K Parkinson, AE Baines, T Keller, N Gruenheit, L Bragg, RA North, ...
Nature cell biology 16 (1), 87-98, 2014
Evolutionary transcriptomics and proteomics: insight into plant adaptation
C Voelckel, N Gruenheit, P Lockhart
Trends in plant science 22 (6), 462-471, 2017
A polychromatic ‘greenbeard’locus determines patterns of cooperation in a social amoeba
N Gruenheit, K Parkinson, B Stewart, JA Howie, JB Wolf, CRL Thompson
Nature communications 8 (1), 1-9, 2017
Fitness Trade-offs Result in the Illusion of Social Success
JB Wolf, JA Howie, K Parkinson, N Gruenheit, D Melo, D Rozen, ...
Current Biology 25 (8), 1086-1090, 2015
Making new out of old: Recycling and modification of an ancient protein translocation system during eukaryotic evolution: Mechanistic comparison and phylogenetic analysis of …
K Bolte, N Gruenheit, G Felsner, MS Sommer, UG Maier, F Hempel
Bioessays 33 (5), 368-376, 2011
Difficulties in testing for covarion-like properties of sequences under the confounding influence of changing proportions of variable sites
N Gruenheit, PJ Lockhart, M Steel, W Martin
Molecular biology and evolution 25 (7), 1512-1520, 2008
Cell cycle heterogeneity can generate robust cell type proportioning
N Gruenheit, K Parkinson, CA Brimson, S Kuwana, EJ Johnson, ...
Developmental cell 47 (4), 494-508. e4, 2018
Evolution of spliceosomal introns following endosymbiotic gene transfer
N Ahmadinejad, T Dagan, N Gruenheit, W Martin, T Gabaldón
BMC evolutionary biology 10 (1), 1-11, 2010
Complementation of a phycocyanin-bilin lyase from Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 with a nucleomorph-encoded open reading frame from the cryptophyte Guillardia theta
K Bolte, O Kawach, J Prechtl, N Gruenheit, J Nyalwidhe, UG Maier
BMC plant biology 8 (1), 1-12, 2008
Conditional expression explains molecular evolution of social genes in a microbe
JL de Oliveira, AC Morales, B Stewart, N Gruenheit, J Engelmoer, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-12, 2019
Mutant resources for functional genomics in Dictyostelium discoideum using REMI-seq technology
N Gruenheit, A Baldwin, B Stewart, S Jaques, T Keller, K Parkinson, ...
BMC biology 19 (1), 1-19, 2021
Adaptation to life on land at high O2 via transition from ferredoxin-to NADH-dependent redox balance
SB Gould, SG Garg, M Handrich, S Nelson-Sathi, N Gruenheit, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1909), 20191491, 2019
Chips and tags suggest plant-environment interactions differ for two alpine Pachycladon species
C Voelckel, N Gruenheit, P Biggs, O Deusch, P Lockhart
BMC genomics 13 (1), 1-18, 2012
The neuromodulator-encoding sadA gene is widely distributed in the human skin microbiome
A Luqman, S Zabel, S Rahmdel, B Merz, N Gruenheit, J Harter, K Nieselt, ...
Frontiers in microbiology, 3045, 2020
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