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Trösch M, Barahimipour R, Gao Y, Badillo-Corona JA, Gotsmann VL, Zimmer D, Mühlhaus T, Zoschke  R, Willmund F. Commonalities and differences of chloroplast translation in a green alga and land plants. Nature Plants. 2018 Published online 30 July

Rütgers M, Muranaka LS, Mühlhaus T, Sommer F, Thoms S, Schurig J, Willmund F, Schulz-Raffelt M, Schroda M. Substrates of the chloroplast small heat shock proteins 22E/F point to thermolability as a regulative switch for heat acclimation in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. Plant Mol Biol. 2017 Dec;95(6):579-591. doi: 10.1007/s11103-017-0672-y

Ries F, Carius Y, Rohr M, Gries K, Keller S, Lancaster CRD, Willmund F. Structural and molecular comparison of bacterial and eukaryotic trigger factors. (2017) Sci Rep. Sep 6;7(1):10680.

Rütgers M, Muranaka LS, Schulz-Raffelt M, Thoms S, Schurig J, Willmund F, Schroda M. Not changes in membrane fluidity but proteotoxic stress triggers heat shock protein expression in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. (2017) Plant Cell Environ. Sep 6. [Epub ahead of print]

Trösch R, Mühlhaus R, Schroda M, and Willmund F. (2014) ATP-dependent molecular chaperones in plastids - more complex than expected. Biochim Biophys Acta. 2015 Sep;1847(9):872-88. Epub 2015 Jan 14. Review.

Neef DW, Jaeger A, Gomez-Pastor R, Willmund F, Frydman J and Thiele DJ (2014) A direct regulatory interaction between chaperonin TRiC and stress responsive transcription factor HSF1. Cell Rep 9(3):955-966.

Trösch R, Schroda M and Willmund F (2014). Molecular Chaperone Functions in Plastids. PLASTID BIOLOGY. Advances in Plant Biology: Vol. 5:325-358. 

Pechmann S*, Willmund F*, Frydman J. (2013). The ribosome as a hub for protein quality control. Mol Cell 49: 411-21 *Authors contributed equally

Willmund F, del Alamo M, Pechmann S, Chen T, Albanèse V, Dammer EB, Peng J, Frydman J. (2013). The cotranslational function of ribosome-associated Hsp70 in eukaryotic protein homeostasis. Cell 152: 196-209

Dorn KV, Willmund F, Schwarz C, Henselmann C, Pohl T, Heß B, Usadel B, Friedrich T, Nickelsen J, and Schroda M (2010) Chloroplast DnaJ-like proteins 3 and 4 (CDJ3/4) from Chlamydomonas reinhardtii contain redox-active iron-sulfur clusters and interact with stromal HSP70B. Biochem J: 427: 205-215.

Willmund F, Dorn KV, Schulz-Raffelt M, Schroda M. (2008): The chloroplast DnaJ homolog CDJ1 of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii is part of a multi-chaperone complex containing HSP70B, CGE1, and HSP90C. Plant Physiol 148: 2070-2082

Willmund F, Hinnenberger M, Nick S, Schulz-Raffelt M, Mühlhaus T, Schroda M. (2008): Assistance for a chaperone: HEP2 activates plastidic HSP70B for co-chaperone binding in ChlamydomonasJ Biol Chem 283: 16363-16373

Willmund F, Mühlhaus T, Wojciechowska M, Schroda M. (2007): The NH2-terminal domain of the chloroplast GrpE homolog CGE1 is required for dimerization and cochaperone function in vivo. J Biol Chem 282: 11317–11328

Liu C, Willmund F, Golecki JR, Cacace S, Heß B, Markert C, Schroda M. (2007): The chloroplast HSP70B-CDJ2-CGE1 chaperones catalyse assembly and disassembly of VIPP1 oligomers in Chlamydomonas. Plant J 50: 265–277

Willmund F and Schroda M. (2005): HEAT SHOCK PROTEIN 90C is a bona fide Hsp90 that interacts with plastidic HSP70B in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. Plant Physiol 138: 2310–2322

Liu C, Willmund F, Whitelegge JP, Hawat S, Knapp B, Lodha M, Schroda M. (2005): J-Domain protein CDJ2 and HSP70B are a plastidic chaperone pair that interacts with Vesicle-Inducing Protein in Plastids 1. Mol Biol Cell 16: 1165–1177