Methanotrophic bacteria, and environmental genomics/transcriptomics

PD Dr. Werner Liesack

Research areas

The main theme of our research is microbial ecology. The projects cover topics at the molecular, genomic, cellular, and community levels. The current research is focused on (i) the molecular biology and ecophysiology of Methylocystis sp. strain SC2, (ii) soil metatranscriptomics, and (iii) microbial communities in Sphagnum-dominated peatlands. The main findings are described in Recent Research (Liesack 2012-2014).

The group of Werner Liesack as per November 2017

Recent publications (*Correspondence)

Abdallah, R.Z., Wegner, C.E., and Liesack, W.* (2019) Community transcriptomics reveals drainage effects on paddy soil microbiome across all three domains of life. Soil Biol. & Biochem. 143, 131-142.
[online access]

Peng, J., Wegner, C.E., Bei, Q., Liu, P., and Liesack, W.* (2018) Metatranscriptomics reveals a differential temperature effect on the structural and functional organization of the anaerobic food web in rice field soil. Microbiome 6, 169.
[online access]

Hakobyan, A., Liesack, W.*, and Glatter, T.* (2018) Crude-MS strategy for in-depth proteome analysis of the methane-oxidizing Methylocystis sp. strain SC2. J. Proteome Res. 17, 3086-3103.
[online access]

Han, D., Link, H., and Liesack, W.* (2017) Response of Methylocystis sp. strain SC2 to salt stress: Physiology, global transcriptome, and amino acid profiles. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 83, e00866-17.
[online access]

Wegner, C.E., and Liesack, W.* (2017) Unexpected dominance of elusive Acidobacteria in early industrial soft coal slags. Front. Microbiol. 8, 1023.
[online access]

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