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Dreissig, S. & Mascher, M. Cherish your weeds. Mol. Plant (2022). doi:10.1016/j.molp.2022.01.021


Dreissig, S., Fuchs, J., Himmelbach, A., Mascher, M. & Houben, A. in Plant Meiosis 281–300 (Humana, New York, NY, 2020).

Chen, E. C. H., Mathieu, S., Hoffrichter, A., Ropars, J., Dreissig, S., Fuchs, J., Brachmann, A. & Corradi, N. More filtering on SNP calling does not remove evidence of inter-nucleus recombination in dikaryotic arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Front. Plant Sci. 11, 912 (2020).

Dreissig, S., Maurer, A., Sharma, R., Milne, L., Flavell, A. J., Schmutzer, T. & Pillen, K. Natural variation in meiotic recombination rate shapes introgression patterns in intraspecific hybrids between wild and domesticated barley. New Phytol. 228, 1852–1863 (2020).

Garavello, M., Cuenca, J., Dreissig, S., Fuchs, J., Navarro, L., Houben, A. & Aleza, P. Analysis of Crossover Events and Allele Segregation Distortion in Interspecific Citrus Hybrids by Single Pollen Genotyping. Front. Plant Sci. 11, 615 (2020).

Khosravi, S., Ishii, T., Dreissig, S. & Houben, A. Application and prospects of CRISPR/Cas9-based methods to trace defined genomic sequences in living and fixed plant cells. Chromosome Res. 28, 7–17 (2020).

Schmidt, C., Fransz, P., Rönspies, M., Dreissig, S., Fuchs, J., Heckmann, S., Houben, A. & Puchta, H. Changing local recombination patterns in Arabidopsis by CRISPR/Cas mediated chromosome engineering. Nat. Commun. 11, 1–8 (2020).

Khosravi, S., Dreissig, S., Schindele, P., Wolter, F., Rutten, T., Puchta, H. & Houben, A. in RNA Tagging 343–356 (Humana, New York, NY, 2020).

Ishii, T., Juranić, M., Maheshwari, S., de Oliveira Bustamante, F., Vogt, M., Salinas-Gamboa, R., Dreissig, S., Gursanscky, N., How, T., Demidov, D. & Others. Unequal contribution of two paralogous CENH3 variants in cowpea centromere function. Communications biology3, 1–12 (2020).


Ishii, T., Schubert, V., Khosravi, S., Dreissig, S., Metje-Sprink, J., Sprink, T., Fuchs, J., Meister, A. & Houben, A. RNA-guided endonuclease–in situ labelling (RGEN-ISL): a fast CRISPR/Cas9-based method to label genomic sequences in various species. New Phytol. 222, 1652 (2019).

Báez, M., Vaio, M., Dreissig, S., Schubert, V., Houben, A. & Pedrosa-Harand, A. Together but different: the subgenomes of the bimodal Eleutherine karyotypes are differentially organized. Front. Plant Sci. 10, 1170 (2019).

Dreissig, S., Mascher, M. & Heckmann, S. Variation in recombination rate is shaped by domestication and environmental conditions in barley. Mol. Biol. Evol. 36, 2029–2039 (2019).

Garavello, M., Cuenca, J., Dreissig, S., Fuchs, J., Houben, A. & Aleza, P. Assessing ploidy level analysis and single pollen genotyping of diploid and euploid Citrus genotypes by fluorescence-activated cell sorting and whole-genome amplification. Front. Plant Sci.10, 1174 (2019).


Chen, E. C. H., Mathieu, S., Hoffrichter, A., Sedzielewska-Toro, K., Peart, M., Pelin, A., Ndikumana, S., Ropars, J., Dreissig, S., Fuchs, J. Brachmann, A., Corradi N. Single nucleus sequencing reveals evidence of inter-nucleus recombination in arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Elife 7, e39813 (2018).


Dreissig, S., Schiml, S., Schindele, P., Weiss, O., Rutten, T., Schubert, V., Gladilin, E., Mette, M. F., Puchta, H. & Houben, A. Live-cell CRISPR imaging in plants reveals dynamic telomere movements. Plant J. 91, 565–573 (2017).

Dreissig, S., Fuchs, J., Himmelbach, A., Mascher, M. & Houben, A. Sequencing of single pollen nuclei reveals meiotic recombination events at megabase resolution and circumvents segregation distortion caused by postmeiotic processes. Front. Plant Sci.8, 1620 (2017).


Dreissig, S., Fuchs, J., Cápal, P., Kettles, N., Byrne, E. & Houben, A. Measuring meiotic crossovers via multi-locus genotyping of single pollen grains in barley. PLoS One 10, e0137677 (2015).


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