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Dr. rer. nat. Saskia Welter

Dr. rer. nat.

Saskia Welter

Großbeeren

welter@igzev.de

Former Staff

Publications
Articles in peer-reviewed journals

Identification of putative new tomato allergens and differential interaction with IgEs of tomato allergic subjects.

Welter, S.; Lehmann, K.; Dölle, S.; Schwarz, D.; Weckwerth, W.; Scheler, C.; Worm, M.; Franken, P. 2013. Identification of putative new tomato allergens and differential interaction with IgEs of tomato allergic subjects. Clinical and Experimental Allergy 43, 1419-1427.

Leaf level emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOC) from some Amazonian and Mediterranean plants.

Bracho-Nunez, A.; Knothe, N.M.; Welter, S.; Staudt, M.; Costa, W.R., Liberato, M.A.R., Piedade, M.T.F.; Kesselmeier, J. 2013. Leaf level emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOC) from some Amazonian and Mediterranean plants. Biogeoscience 10, 5855-5873,

Pepino mosaic virus infection of tomato affects allergen expression, but does not impact the allergenic potential of fruits.

Welter, S; Dölle, S.; Lehmann, K.; Schwarz, D.; Weckwerth, W.; Worm, M.; Franken, P. 2013. Pepino mosaic virus infection of tomato affects allergen expression, but does not impact the allergenic potential of fruits. PloS One 8: e65116.

http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0065116

The diversification of terpene emissions in Mediterranean oaks: lessons from a study of Quercus suber, Quercus canariensis and its hybrid Quercus afares.

Welter, S.; Brracho-Nunez, A.; Mir, C.; Zimmer, I.; Kesselmeier, J.; Lumaret, R.; Schnitzler, J.P.; Staudt, M. 2012.  The diversification of terpene emissions in Mediterranean oaks: lessons from a study of Quercus suber, Quercus canariensis and its hybrid Quercus afares. Tree Physiology 32 (9): 1082-1091.

Impact of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on the allergenic potential of tomato.

Schwarz, D.; Welter, S.; George, E.; Franken, P.; Lehmann, K.; Weckwerth, W.; Dölle, S.; Worm, M. 2011. Impact of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on the allergenic potential of tomato. Mycorrhiza 21 (5), 341-349.

Plant-specific volatile organic compound emission rates from young and mature leaves of Mediterranean vegetation.

Bracho-Nunez, A.; Welter, S.; Staudt, M.; Kesselmeier, J. 2011. Plant-specific volatile organic compound emission rates from young and mature leaves of Mediterranean vegetation. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres 116: D16304.

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/enhanced/doi/10.1029/2010JD015521/

Monographs

Impact of biotic factors on the allergenic potential of tomato and identification of cyclophilin as a new putative tomato allergen.

Welter, S. 2013. Impact of biotic factors on the allergenic potential of tomato and identification of cyclophilin as a new putative tomato allergen. Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, 174 S., Dissertation.

http://edoc.hu-berlin.de/dissertationen/welter-saskia-2013-11-12/PDF/welter.pdf

 

Articles in other journals

Das Pepino Mosaikvirus – auch ein Feind von Allergikern?

Welter, S.; Franken, P.; Schwarz, D. 2015. Das Pepino Mosaikvirus – auch ein Feind von Allergikern? Gemüse 51 (4), 14-16.

Analysis of allergen expression and allergenic potential in tomato colonized by symbionts and pathogens.

Welter, S.; Lehmann, K.; Köhler, M.; Dölle, S.; Schwarz, D.; Ehrentreich-Förster, E.; Weckwerth, W.; George, E.; Worm, M.; Franken, P. 2011. Analysis of allergen expression and allergenic potential in tomato colonized by symbionts and pathogens. Botanikertagung 2011, Berlin, 19.09.-23.09.2011, Abstract, 221.

Können Anbaumaßnahmen Allergien durch Gemüse vermindern?

Welter, S.; Schwarz, D. 2011. Können Anbaumaßnahmen Allergien durch Gemüse vermindern? Jahresbericht 2009/2010 des Leibniz-Institutes für Gemüse- und Zierpflanzenbau Großbeeren/Erfurt, 40-41.

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