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Richter AS*, Tohge T, Fernie AR, Grimm B (2020). The genomes uncoupled dependent signaling pathway coordinates plastid biogenesis with the synthesis of photoprotective anthocyanins. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B375:20190403. *corresponding author

Peng Wang, Richter AS, Kleeberg JRW, Geimer S, Grimm B (2020). Post-translational coordination of chlorophyll biosynthesis and breakdown by BCMs maintains chlorophyll homeostasis during leaf development . Nature Communications 11, 1254 (2020).


Richter AS*, Banse C and Grimm B (2019). The GluTR-binding protein is the heme-binding factor for feed-back control of glutamyl-tRNA reductase. eLife 8: e46300 *corresponding author

Richter AS and Grimm B (2019) The multifaceted regulation of 5-aminolevulinic acid synthesis. Numerous ways to control glutamyl-tRNA reductase. Advances in Botanical Research (Book Chapter)

Wu GZ, Meyer EH, Richter AS, Schuster M, Ling Q, Schöttler MA, Walther D, Zoschke R, Grimm B, Jarvis RP, Bock R (2019). Control of Retrograde Signaling by Protein Import and Cytosolic Folding Stress. Nature Plants. May 2019 (5):525–538


Richter AS, Pérez-Ruiz JM, Cejudo FJ, Grimm B (2018). Redox-control of chlorophyll biosynthesis mainly depends on thioredoxins. FEBSletters. 2018 Sep;592(18):3111-3115

Zhang Y, Zhang Y, McFarlane HE, Obata T, Richter AS, Grimm B, Persson S, Fernie AR  and Giavalisco P (2018) Inhibition of TOR represses nutrient consumption, which improves greening after extended periods of etiolation. Plant Physiol. September 2018, Vol. 178, pp. 101–11


Richter AS, Hochheuser C, Fufezan C, Heinze L, Kuhnert F, Grimm B (2016c). Phosphorylation of GENOMES UNCOUPLED 4 alters stimulation of Mg chelatase activity in angiosperms. Plant Physiol. 2016 Nov;172(3):1578-1595

Richter AS, Gartmann H, Fechler M, Rödiger A, Baginsky S, Grimm B (2016b). Identification of four plastid-localized protein kinases. FEBS Letters 590: 1749-1756.

Richter AS*, Wang P* und Grimm B (2016a). Arabidopsis Mg-Protoporphyrin IX Methyltransferase Activity and Redox Regulation Depend on Conserved Cysteines. Plant Cell Physiol. 2016 Mar;57(3):519-27. *equal contribution


Urbischek M, Nick von Braun S, Brylok T, Gugel IL, Richter AS, Koskela M, Grimm B, Mulo P, Bolter B, Soll J, Ankele E, Schwenkert S (2015). The extreme Albino3 (Alb3) C terminus is required for Alb3 stability and function in Arabidopsis thaliana. Planta. 2015 Sep;242(3):733-46.

Brzezowski P*, Richter AS*, Grimm B (2015). Regulation and function of tetrapyrrole biosynthesis in plants and algae. Biochim Biophys Acta 1847: 968-985. *equal contribution


Brzezowski P, Schlicke H, Richter AS, Dent RM, Niyogi KK, Grimm B (2014). The GUN4 protein plays a regulatory role in tetrapyrrole biosynthesis and chloroplast-to-nucleus signalling in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. Plant J 79: 285-298.

Schlicke H, Hartwig AS, Firtzlaff V, Richter AS, Glasser C, Maier K, Finkemeier I, Grimm B (2014). Induced deactivation of genes encoding chlorophyll biosynthesis enzymes disentangles tetrapyrrole-mediated retrograde signaling. Mol Plant 7: 1211-1227.


Richter AS and Grimm B (2013). Thiol-based redox control of enzymes involved in the tetrapyrrole biosynthesis pathway in plants. Front Plant Sci 4: 371.

Richter AS, Peter E, Rothbart M, Schlicke H, Toivola J, Rintamaki E, Grimm B (2013). Posttranslational influence of NADPH-dependent thioredoxin reductase C on enzymes in tetrapyrrole synthesis. Plant Physiol 162: 63-73.

Kim S, Schlicke H, Van Ree K, Karvonen K, Subramaniam A, Richter AS, Grimm B, Braam J (2013). Arabidopsis chlorophyll biosynthesis: an essential balance between the methylerythritol phosphate and tetrapyrrole pathways. Plant Cell 25: 4984-4993.


Hampp C*, Richter AS*, Osorio S, Zellnig G, Sinha AK, Jammer A, Fernie AR, Grimm B, Roitsch T (2012). Establishment of a photoautotrophic cell suspension culture of Arabidopsis thaliana for photosynthetic, metabolic, and signaling studies. Mol Plant 5: 524-527. *equal contribution


Czarnecki O, Hedtke B, Melzer M, Rothbart M, Richter AS, Schroter Y, Pfannschmidt T, Grimm B (2011). An Arabidopsis GluTR binding protein mediates spatial separation of 5-aminolevulinic acid synthesis in chloroplasts. Plant Cell 23: 4476-4491.


Richter AS, Peter E, Pors Y, Lorenzen S, Grimm B, Czarnecki O (2010). Rapid dark repression of 5-aminolevulinic acid synthesis in green barley leaves. Plant Cell Physiol 51: 670-681.