Martin Ackermann
Martin Ackermann
Microbial Systems Ecology, Eawag, ETH Zurich and EPFL, Switzerland
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Function and functional redundancy in microbial systems
S Louca, MF Polz, F Mazel, MBN Albright, JA Huber, MI O’Connor, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 2 (6), 936-943, 2018
Definitions and guidelines for research on antibiotic persistence
NQ Balaban, S Helaine, K Lewis, M Ackermann, B Aldridge, DI Andersson, ...
Nature Reviews Microbiology 17 (7), 441-448, 2019
A functional perspective on phenotypic heterogeneity in microorganisms
M Ackermann
Nature Reviews Microbiology 13, 497–508, 2015
Second messenger-mediated adjustment of bacterial swimming velocity
A Boehm, M Kaiser, H Li, C Spangler, CA Kasper, M Ackermann, ...
Cell 141 (1), 107-116, 2010
Gut inflammation can boost horizontal gene transfer between pathogenic and commensal Enterobacteriaceae
B Stecher, R Denzler, L Maier, F Bernet, MJ Sanders, DJ Pickard, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (4), 1269-1274, 2012
Self-destructive cooperation mediated by phenotypic noise
M Ackermann, B Stecher, NE Freed, P Songhet, WD Hardt, M Doebeli
Nature 454 (7207), 987-990, 2008
A synthetic community approach reveals plant genotypes affecting the phyllosphere microbiota
N Bodenhausen, M Bortfeld-Miller, M Ackermann, JA Vorholt
PLoS Genet 10 (4), e1004283, 2014
Experimental evolution of aging, growth, and reproduction in fruitflies
SC Stearns, M Ackermann, M Doebeli, M Kaiser
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97 (7), 3309-3313, 2000
Senescence in a bacterium with asymmetric division
M Ackermann, SC Stearns, U Jenal
Science 300 (5627), 1920-1920, 2003
Antagonism between bacteriostatic and bactericidal antibiotics is prevalent
PS Ocampo, V Lázár, B Papp, M Arnoldini, P Abel zur Wiesch, ...
Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy 58 (8), 4573-4582, 2014
Stabilization of cooperative virulence by the expression of an avirulent phenotype
M Diard, V Garcia, L Maier, MNP Remus-Emsermann, RR Regoes, ...
Nature 494, 353–356, 2013
Second messenger signalling governs Escherichia coli biofilm induction upon ribosomal stress
A Boehm, S Steiner, F Zaehringer, A Casanova, F Hamburger, D Ritz, ...
Molecular microbiology 72 (6), 1500-1516, 2009
The cost of virulence: retarded growth of Salmonella Typhimurium cells expressing type III secretion system 1
A Sturm, M Heinemann, M Arnoldini, A Benecke, M Ackermann, M Benz, ...
PLoS Pathog 7 (7), e1002143, 2011
Evolution of niche width and adaptive diversification
M Ackermann, M Doebeli
Evolution 58 (12), 2599-2612, 2004
Bistable Expression of Virulence Genes in Salmonella Leads to the Formation of an Antibiotic-Tolerant Subpopulation
M Arnoldini, I Avalos Vizcarra, R Peña-Miller, N Stocker, M Diard, V Vogel, ...
PLOS Biology 12 (8), e1001928, 2014
Short-range interactions govern the dynamics and functions of microbial communities
A Dal Co, S van Vliet, DJ Kiviet, S Schlegel, M Ackermann
Nature Ecology & Evolution 4 (3), 366-375, 2020
A genome-wide analysis of promoter-mediated phenotypic noise in Escherichia coli
OK Silander, N Nikolic, A Zaslaver, A Bren, I Kikoin, U Alon, M Ackermann
PLOS Genetics 8 (1), e1002443-e1002443, 2012
Inflammation boosts bacteriophage transfer between Salmonella spp.
M Diard, E Bakkeren, JK Cornuault, K Moor, A Hausmann, ME Sellin, ...
Science 355 (6330), 1211-1215, 2017
Phenotypic heterogeneity driven by nutrient limitation promotes growth in fluctuating environments
F Schreiber, S Littmann, G Lavik, S Escrig, A Meibom, MMM Kuypers, ...
Nature Microbiology, 16055, 2016
On the evolutionary origin of aging
M Ackermann, L Chao, CT Bergstrom, M Doebeli
Aging Cell 6 (2), 235-244, 2007
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