Joseph E Spraker
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Ralstonia solanacearum lipopeptide induces chlamydospore development in fungi and facilitates bacterial entry into fungal tissues
JE Spraker, LM Sanchez, TM Lowe, PC Dorrestein, NP Keller
The ISME journal 10 (9), 2317-2330, 2016
Microbial metabolomics in open microscale platforms
LJ Barkal, AB Theberge, CJ Guo, J Spraker, L Rappert, J Berthier, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-11, 2016
Plant-like biosynthesis of isoquinoline alkaloids in Aspergillus fumigatus
JA Baccile, JE Spraker, HH Le, E Brandenburger, C Gomez, JW Bok, ...
Nature chemical biology 12 (6), 419-424, 2016
A volatile relationship: profiling an inter-kingdom dialogue between two plant pathogens, Ralstonia solanacearum and Aspergillus flavus
JE Spraker, K Jewell, LV Roze, J Scherf, D Ndagano, R Beaudry, JE Linz, ...
Journal of chemical ecology 40 (5), 502-513, 2014
Conserved responses in a war of small molecules between a plant-pathogenic bacterium and fungi
JE Spraker, P Wiemann, JA Baccile, N Venkatesh, J Schumacher, ...
MBio 9 (3), e00820-18, 2018
Transcriptome analysis of cyclic AMP‐dependent protein kinase A–regulated genes reveals the production of the novel natural compound fumipyrrole by A spergillus fumigatus
J Macheleidt, K Scherlach, T Neuwirth, W Schmidt‐Heck, M Straßburger, ...
Molecular microbiology 96 (1), 148-162, 2015
Bacterial endosymbionts: master modulators of fungal phenotypes
SJ Araldi-Brondolo, J Spraker, JP Shaffer, EH Woytenko, DA Baltrus, ...
The Fungal Kingdom, 981-1004, 2017
Revitalization of a Forward Genetic Screen Identifies Three New Regulators of Fungal Secondary Metabolism in the Genus Aspergillus
BT Pfannenstiel, X Zhao, J Wortman, P Wiemann, K Throckmorton, ...
MBio 8 (5), e01246-17, 2017
Imaging mass spectrometry for natural products discovery: A review of ionization methods
JE Spraker, GT Luu, LM Sanchez
Natural product reports 37 (2), 150-162, 2020
NRPS-derived isoquinolines and lipopetides mediate antagonism between plant pathogenic fungi and bacteria
S Khalid, JA Baccile, JE Spraker, J Tannous, M Imran, FC Schroeder, ...
ACS chemical biology 13 (1), 171-179, 2018
A cellular fusion cascade regulated by LaeA is required for sclerotial development in Aspergillus flavus
X Zhao, JE Spraker, JW Bok, T Velk, ZM He, NP Keller
Frontiers in microbiology 8, 1925, 2017
Waking sleeping pathways in filamentous fungi
J Spraker, N Keller
Natural Products: Natural Products: Discourse, Diversity, and Design, 277-292, 2014
A microfluidic assay for identifying differential responses of plant and human fungal pathogens to tobacco phylloplanins
SR Mattupalli C, Spraker J, Berthier E, Charkowski AO, Keller NP
Plant Health Progress 15, 130-134, 2014
Quantifying re-association of a facultative endohyphal bacterium with a filamentous fungus
DA Baltrus, J Spraker, AE Arnold
Plant Pathogenic Fungi and Oomycetes, 1-11, 2018
HEx: A computational and synthetic biology platform for the discovery of bioactive compounds from fungi
P Wiemann, T Choera, P Cordero, A DeNicola, M Hillenmeyer, JE Jeon, ...
SIMB Annual Meeting and Exhibition 2019, 2019
Cross-kingdom communication between Ralstonia and Fusarium mediate tomato wilt disease and microbial survival
N Venkatesh, J Spraker, P Wiemann, NP Keller
International Congress of Plant Pathology (ICPP) 2018: Plant Health in A …, 2018
Interkingdom chemical communication mediates intimate bacterial-fungal interactions
JE Spraker
The University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2016
Plant-like alkaloid biosynthesis in fungi
JA Baccile, JE Spraker, E Brandenburger, C Gomez, JW Bok, ...
Planta Medica 81 (11), PT5, 2015
Crossing Path (ogen) s: Aspergillus flavus chlamydospore development is induced by exposure to a Ralstonia solanacearum lipopeptide
JE Spraker, L Sanchez, P Dorrestein, N Keller
PHYTOPATHOLOGY 104 (11), 176-176, 2014
Conserved responses in a war of small molecules between a plant pathogenic bacterium and fungi Running title: Conserved microbial small molecule warfare
JE Spraker, P Wiemann, JA Baccile, N Venkatesh, J Schumacher, ...
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