Kollmar, Martin, PD Dr.
- 2002 Dr. rer. nat. (Chemistry) University of Heidelberg
- 2002- Independent Group Leader, Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry
Eckert, C., Hammesfahr, B. & Kollmar, M.* (2011) A holistic phylogeny of the coronin gene family reveals an ancient origin of the tandem-coronin, defines a new subfamily, and predicts protein function. BMC Evolutionary Biology 11, 268
Hammesfahr, B., Odronitz, F., Hellkamp, M. & Kollmar, M.* (2011) diArk 2.0 provides detailed analyses of the ever increasing eukaryotic genome sequencing data. BMC Research Notes 4, 338
Pillmann, H., Hatje, H., Odronitz, F., Hammesfahr, B. & Kollmar, M.* (2011) Predicting mutually exclusive spliced exons based on exon length, splice site and reading frame conservation, and exon sequence homology. BMC Bioinformatics 12, 270
Hatje, K., Keller, O., Hammesfahr, B., Pillmann, H., Waack, S. & Kollmar, M.* (2011) Cross-species protein sequence and gene structure prediction with fine-tuned Webscipio 2.0 and Scipio. BMC Research Notes 4, 265
Keller, O.*, Stanke, M.*, Kollmar, M. & Waack, S. (2011) A novel hybrid gene prediction method employing protein multiple sequence alignments. Bioinformatics 27, 757-763
Odronitz, F., Becker, S. & Kollmar, M.* (2009) Reconstructing the phylogeny of 21 completely sequenced arthropod species based on their motor proteins. BMC Genomics 10, 173.
Odronitz, F., Pillmann, H., Keller, O., Waack, S. & Kollmar, M.* (2008) WebScipio: An online tool for the determination of gene structures using protein sequences. BMC Genomics 9, 422.
Keller, O., Odronitz, F., Stanke, M., Kollmar, M.* & Waack, S.* (2008) Scipio: Using protein sequences to determine the precise exon/intron structures of genes and their orthologs in closely related species. BMC Bioinformatics 9, 278.
Major Research Interests
Mechanisms of actin/tubulin dependent force production of the motor proteins myosin, kinesin, and dynein/dynactin at atomic resolution. Evolution of eukaryotic genomes based on motor proteins. Development of web-tools for genome research. New strategies for the overexpression of eukaryotic proteins.
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