René Schneider
René Schneider
Emmy-Noether research group leader at Potsdam University
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A mechanism for sustained cellulose synthesis during salt stress
A Endler, C Kesten, R Schneider, Y Zhang, A Ivakov, A Froehlich, ...
Cell 162 (6), 1353-1364, 2015
1602015
Cellulose and callose synthesis and organization in focus, what's new?
R Schneider, T Hanak, S Persson, CA Voigt
Current Opinion in Plant Biology 34, 9-16, 2016
822016
Golgi-localized STELLO proteins regulate the assembly and trafficking of cellulose synthase complexes in Arabidopsis
Y Zhang, N Nikolovski, M Sorieul, T Vellosillo, HE McFarlane, R Dupree, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-14, 2016
762016
Cellulose-Microtubule Uncoupling proteins prevent lateral displacement of microtubules during cellulose synthesis in Arabidopsis
Z Liu, R Schneider, C Kesten, Y Zhang, M Somssich, Y Zhang, AR Fernie, ...
Developmental Cell 38 (3), p305–315, 2016
662016
BRASSINOSTEROID INSENSITIVE2 negatively regulates cellulose synthesis in Arabidopsis by phosphorylating cellulose synthase 1
C Sánchez-Rodríguez, KD Ketelaar, R Schneider, JA Villalobos, ...
PNAS, 2017
642017
Kinesin-1 motors can circumvent permanent roadblocks by side-shifting to neighboring protofilaments
R Schneider, T Korten, WJ Walter, S Diez
Biophysical journal 108 (9), 2249-2257, 2015
572015
Cellulose synthase complexes display distinct dynamic behaviors during xylem transdifferentiation
Y Watanabe, R Schneider, S Barkwill, E Gonzales-Vigil, JL Hill Jr., ...
PNAS, 2018
372018
Connecting two arrays: the emerging role of actin-microtubule cross-linking motor proteins
R Schneider, S Persson
Frontiers in Plant Science 6, 415, 2015
372015
Two Complementary Mechanisms Underpin Cell Wall Patterning during Xylem Vessel Development
R Schneider, L Tang, ER Lampugnani, S Barkwill, R Lathe, Y Zhang, ...
The Plant Cell 29 (8), 2017
362017
The companion of cellulose synthase 1 confers salt tolerance through a Tau-like mechanism in plants
C Kesten, A Wallmann, R Schneider, HE McFarlane, A Diehl, GA Khan, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-14, 2019
302019
Multimotor transport in a system of active and inactive kinesin-1 motors
L Scharrel, R Ma, R Schneider, F Jülicher, S Diez
Biophysical journal 107 (2), 365-372, 2014
292014
Three AtCesA6‐like members enhance biomass production by distinctively promoting cell growth in Arabidopsis
H Hu, R Zhang, S Feng, Y Wang, Y Wang, C Fan, Y Li, Z Liu, R Schneider, ...
Plant Biotechnology Journal, 2017
272017
Microtubule-mediated wall anisotropy contributes to leaf blade flattening
F Zhao, F Du, H Oliveri, L Zhou, O Ali, W Chen, S Feng, Q Wang, S Lü, ...
Current Biology 30 (20), 3972-3985. e6, 2020
242020
Using a quartz paraboloid for versatile wide-field TIR microscopy with sub-nanometer localization accuracy
R Schneider, T Glaser, M Berndt, S Diez
Optics express 21 (3), 3523-3539, 2013
172013
The cellulose synthase companion proteins act non-redundantly with CELLULOSE SYNTHASE INTERACTING1/POM2 and CELLULOSE SYNTHASE 6
A Endler, R Schneider, K Christopher, L Edwin R, P Staffan
Plant Signal Behav 11 (4), 2016
112016
Quantification of Cytoskeletal Dynamics in Time‐Lapse Recordings
R Schneider, A Sampathkumar, S Persson
Current protocols in plant biology 4 (2), e20091, 2019
52019
In vitro Microtubule Binding Assay and Dissociation Constant Estimation
C Kesten, R Schneider, S Persson
Bio-protocol, 2016
52016
Another brick in the wall
R Schneider, S Persson
Science 350 (6257), 156-157, 2015
22015
KATANIN and CLASP function at different spatial scales to mediate microtubule response to mechanical stress in Arabidopsis cotyledons
RC Eng, R Schneider, TW Matz, R Carter, DW Ehrhardt, H Jönsson, ...
Current Biology, 2021
12021
Long-term single-cell imaging and simulations of microtubules reveal principles behind wall patterning during proto-xylem development
R Schneider, K van’t Klooster, KL Picard, J van der Gucht, T Demura, ...
Nature communications 12 (669), 1-12, 2021
12021
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