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Abteilung Mikrobiologie
Technische Universität München
Weihenstephaner Berg 3
D-85350 Freising

Dr. Stefanie Müller-Herbst



Research career:

Since 2009  Postdoctoral scientist at the Chair of Microbial Ecology, Department of 
                    Biosciences, TU München
2005-2009   PhD at the Department of Microbiology, Julius-Maximillians-University
                    Würzburg, in the group of PD Dr. Dagmar Beier: "Funktionale und molekulare
                    Charakterisierung des ArsRS Zweikomponenten-Systems sowie der 
                    Response-Regulatoren HP1021 und HP1043 von Helicobacter pylon"
2004-2005   Diploma thesis at the Department of Microbiology, Julius-Maximillian-Uni-
                     versity Würzburg: "Charakterisierung des säureregulierten Promotors P1408  in
                     unterschiedlichen Isolaten von H.pylon"
1999-2004   studies in biology at the Julius-Maximillians-University Würzburg


Müller S, Götz M and Beier D
(2009) Histidine residue 94 is invoved in pH sensing by histidine kinase ArsS of Helicobacter pylori. PLoS One. 7;4 (9):e6930.

Pflock M, Müller S, and Beier D (2007) The CrdRS (HP1365-HP1364) two-component system is not invoved in ph-responsive gene regulation in the Helicobacter pylori Strains 26695 and G27. Curr Microbiol. 54(4):320-4.

Pflock M, Bathon M, SchärJ, MüllerS, Mollenkopf H, Meyer TF, and Beier D (2007) The orphan response regulator HP1021 of Helicobacter pylori regulates transcription of a gene cluster presumably involved in acetone metabolism. J Bacteriol. 189(6):2339-49.

Müller S, Pflock M, Schär J, Kennard S, and Beier D (2007) Regulation of expression of atypical orphan response regulators of Helicobacter pylori. Microbiol Res. 162(1):1-14.

Müller S, Förster J, and Beier D (2006) Repeated sequqnce motifs in the Helicobacter pylori P1408 promotor do not affect its transcription. Microbiol Res. 161(3):212-21.


Otto-von-Guericke Forschungspreis für Siegfried Scherer

Innovationspreis für Siegfried Scherer

Spoilage of Microfiltered and Pasteurized Extended Shelf Life Milk Is Mainly Induced by Psychrotolerant Spore-Forming Bacteria that often Originate from Recontamination

Transcriptional and translational regulation by RNA thermometers, riboswitches and the sRNA DsrA in Escherichia coli O157:H7 Sakai under combined cold and osmotic stress adaptation. (2016)

Hysteresis in myo-inositol utilization by Salmonella Typhimurium (2016)

Probiotic Enterococcus faecalis Symbioflor® down regulates virulence genes of EHEC in vitro and decrease pathogenicity in a Caenorhabditis elegans model (2017)

Draft Genome Sequence of Lysinibacillus xylanilyticus SR-86 (Nov. 2016)

Permanent colonization of creek sediments, creek water and limnic water plants by four Listeria species in low population densities (November 2016)

Draft Genome Sequence of the Xanthan Producer Xanthomonas campestris LMG 8031 (Oktober 2016)

Comparative Bioinformatics and Experimental Analysis of the Intergenic Regulatory Regions of Bacillus cereus hbl and nhe Enterotoxin Operons and the Impact of CodY on Virulence Heterogeneity (Mai 2016)

Regulation of fucose and 1,2-propanediol utilization by Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium (März 2016)

Acidified nitrite inhibits proliferation of Listeria monocytogenes - Transcriptional analysis of a preservation method (März 2016)

Berufung Expertenrat
Prof. Dr. Siegfried Scherer wurde in den Expertenrat für Lebensmittelsicherheit des Bayerischen Staatsministeriums für Umwelt und Verbraucherschutz berufen.

Translatomics combined with transcriptomics and proteomics reveals novel functional, recently evolved orphan genes in Escherichia coli O157:H7 (EHEC)

A sensitive and robust method for direct determination of lipolytic activity in natural milk environment (März 2016, online first)

Evidence for the recent origin of a bacterial protein-coding, overlapping orphan gene by evolutionary overprinting (Dez. 2015).

Massive horizontal gene transfer, strictly vertical inheritance and ancient duplications differentially shape the evolution of Bacillus cereus enterotoxin operons hbl, cytK and nhe (Nov. 2015)

Chemodiversity of cereulide, the emetic Toxin of Bacillus cereus (2015)