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Venado R.E., Wange L.E., Shen D., Pinnau F., Andersen T.G., Enard W., Marín M.*
Tissue-specific regulation of lipid polyester synthesis genes controlling oxygen permeation into Lotus japonicus nodules.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2022 Nov 22;119(47):e2206291119. doi:10.1073/pnas.2206291119

Zarrabian M., Montiel J., Sandal N., Ferguson S., Jin H., Lin Y.Y., Klingl V., Marín M., James E.K., Parniske M., Stougaard J., Andersen S.U.
A promiscuity locus confers Lotus burttii nodulation with rhizobia from five different genera.
Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2022 Nov;35(11):1006-1017. doi: 10.1094/MPMI-06-22-0124-R. In bioRxiv: 2021.08.26.457880;

Crosbie D.B., Mahmmoudi M., Radl V., Brachmann A., Schloter M., Kemen E., Marín M.*
Microbiome profiling reveals that Pseudomonas antagonises parasitic nodule colonisation of cheater rhizobia in Lotus.
New Phytol. 2022. In bioRxiv: 2021.05.19.441130; doi:


Abel N.B., Buschle C.A., Hernandez-Ryes C., Burkart S.S., Deroubaix A.F., Mergner J., Gronnier J., Jarsch I.K., Folgmann J., Braun K.H., Bayer E., Germain V., Derbyshire P., Menke F.L.H., Kemmerling B., Zipfel C., Küster B., Mongrand S, Marín M., Ott T.
A hetero-oligomeric remorin-receptor complex regulates plant development.
bioRxiv: 2021.01.28.428596; doi:


Rejili M., Off, K., Brachmann, A., Marín M.*
Bradyrhizobium hipponense sp. nov. isolated from Lupinus angustifolius growing in the northern regions of Tunisia.
Int J Syst Evol Microbiol. (Accepted).

Venado R.E., Liang J., Marín M.*
Rhizobia infection, a journey to the inside of plant cells.
In: The nitrogen fixing legume-rhizobium symbiosis. Chapter four, in Frendo P, Frugier F, Masson-Boivin C (ed.) ABR: Regulation of Nitrogen-Fixing Symbioses in Legumes. 2020. 94, 97-118, Academic Press. (Invited Book chapter).


Waller Z., Rejili M., Mars M., Brachmann A., Marín M.*
Draft Genome Sequence of Phyllobacterium endophythicum mTS5, Isolated from Lupinus micranthus in Tunisia.
Microbiol Resour Announc. 2019.

Kabdullayeva T., Crosbie D.B., Marín M.*
Mesorhizobium norvegicum sp. nov., a rhizobium isolated from a Lotus corniculatus root nodule in Norway.
IJSEM. 2019.

Rejili M., Msaddak A., Filali I., Benabderrahim M.A., Mars M., Marín M.
New chromosomal lineages within Microvirga and Bradyrhizobium genera nodulate Lupinus angustifolius growing on different Tunisian soils.
FEMS microbiology ecology. 2019.

Liang J., Klingl A., Lin Y.-Y., Boul E., Thomas-Oates J., Marín M.*
A subcompatible rhizobium strain reveals infection duality in Lotus.
Journal of Experimental Botany. 2019.


Liang J., Hoffrichter A., Brachmann A., Marín M.*
Complete genome of Rhizobium leguminosarum Norway, an ineffective Lotus micro-symbiont.
SIGS. 2018.

Liang P., Stratil T.F., Popp C., Marín M., Folgmann J., Mysore K.S., Wen J., Ott T.
Symbiotic root infections in Medicago truncatula require remorin-mediated receptor stabilization in membrane nanodomains.


Konrad S.S., Popp C., Stratil T.F., Jarsch I.K., Thallmair V., Folgmann J., Marín M., Ott T.
S-acylation anchors remorin proteins to the plasma membrane but does not primarily determine their localization in membrane microdomains.
New Phytologist. 2014. 203(3): 758-69.

Marín M.*, Ott T.
Intrinsic disorder in plant proteins and phytopathogenic bacterial effectors.
Chemical Reviews. 2014. 114(13): 6912-32.


Marín M.*, Uversky V.N., Ott T.
Intrinsic disorder in pathogen effectors: Protein flexibility as an evolutionary hallmark in a molecular arms race.
The Plant Cell. 2013. 25(9): 3153-7 4.

Marcoleta A., Marín M., Mercado G., Valpuesta J.M., Monasterio O., Lagos R.
Microcin E492 amyloid formation is retarded by posttranslational modification.
Journal of Bacteriology. 2013. 195 (17): 3995-4004.


Marín, M.*, Thallmair, V., Ott, T. f1000
The intrinsically disordered N-terminal region of AtREM1.3 remorin protein mediates protein-protein interactions.
Journal of Biological Chemistry. 2012. 287(47): 39982-91.

Marín M., Ott T.
Phosphorylation of intrinsically disordered regions in remorin proteins.
Frontiers in Plant Science. 2012. 3:86.

Marín M., Plumeier I., Pieper DH.
Degradation of 2,3-Dihydroxybenzoate by a Novel meta-Cleavage Pathway.
Journal of Bacteriology. 2012. 194(15): 3851-60.


Marín M., Pérez-Pantoja D., Donoso R., Wray V., González B., Pieper D.H.
Modified 3-oxoadipate pathway for the biodegradation of methylaromatics in Pseudomonas reinekei MT1.
Journal of Bacteriology. 2010. 192(6): 1543-52 9.


Marín M., Pieper D.H.
Novel metal-binding site of Pseudomonas reinekei MT1 trans-dienlactone hydrolase.
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 2009. 390(4): 1345-8.

Marín M., Heinz D.W., Pieper D.H., Klink B.U.
Crystal structure and catalytic mechanism of 4-methylmuconolactone methylisomerase.
Journal of Biological Chemistry. 2009. 284(47): 32709-16.


Cámara B., Marín M., Schlömann M., Hecht H.J., Junca H., Pieper D.
trans-Dienelactone Hydrolase from Pseudomonas reinekei MT1, a novel zinc-dependent hydrolase.
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 2008. 376(2): 423-8.

Mercado G., Tello M., Marín M., Monasterio O., Lagos R.
The production in vivo of microcin E492 with bactericidal activity depends on salmochelin and EntF.
Journal of Bacteriology. 2008. 190(15): 5464-71.

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