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44. Bölter B, Soll J. (2016) Mol Plant. 9, 798-812. Once upon a Time - Chloroplast Protein Import Research from Infancy to Future Challenges.

43. Bölter B., Soll J., Schwenkert S. (2015) Biochim Biophys Acta. Redox meets protein trafficking.

42. Chang WL, Soll J, Bölter B. (2012) Biol. Chem. 393(11):1263-77. The gateway to chloroplast: re-defining the function of chloroplast receptor proteins.

41. Bölter, B., Soll, J. (2011) Chembiochem.12(11):1655-61. Protein import into chloroplasts: dealing with the (membrane) integration problem.

40. Nickelsen, J., Rengstl, B., Stengel, A., Schottkowski, M., Soll, J., Ankele, E. (2010) FEMS Microbiol Lett. doi: 10.1111/j.1574-6968. Biogenesis of the cyanobacterial thylakoid membrane system - an update.

39. Pudelski, B., Kraus, S., Soll, J., Philippar, K. (2010) Plant Biol (Stuttg). Suppl 1:42-55. The plant PRAT proteins - preprotein and amino acid transport in mitochondria and chloroplasts.

38. Schwenkert, S., Soll, J., Bölter B. (2010) Biochim Biophys Acta. Protein import into chloroplasts-How chaperones feature into the game.

37. Strittmatter, P., Soll, J., Bölter, B. (2010) Methods Mol Biol. ;619:307-21 The chloroplast protein import machinery: a review.

36. Balsera, M., Soll, J. Buchanan, B. B. (2010) Trends Plant Sci. 15 (9): 515-521. (Epub ahead of print). Redox extends its regulatory reach to chloroplast protein import.

35. Kovács-Bogdán, E., Soll, J., Bölter, B. (2010) Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Molecular Cell Research (Epub ahead of print, doi:10.1016/ j.bbamcr.2010.01.015). Protein import into chloroplasts: The Tic complex and its regulation.

34. Stengel, A., Benz, J.P., Soll, J., Bölter, B. (2010) Plant Signal Behav. 5 (2), 105 109. Redox-regulation of protein import into chloroplasts and mitochondria: Similarities and differences.

33. Karl, M., Soll. J., Ankele, E (2009) Plant Biol. Vol. 10. The role of Alb3/YidC-like proteins in the formation of photosynthetic membranes.

32. Balsera, M., Soll, J., Bölter, B. (2009) Cell. Mol. Life Sci. 66, 1903 – 1923. Protein import machineries in endosymbiotic organelles.

31. Benz, P., Soll, J., Bölter, B. (2008) FEBS J. (in press). Chloroplast protein import - The Tic Complex: composition, function and regulation.

30. Duy, D., Soll, J., Phillipar, K. (2007) Biol. Chem. 388, 879-889. Solute channels of the outer membrane: from bacteria to chloroplasts.

29. Stengel, A., Soll,J., Bölter, B. (2007) Biol Chem. 388, 765-772. Protein import into chloroplasts: new aspects of a well-known topic.

28. Schleiff, E., Soll, J. (2005) EMBO Rep. 6,1023-1027, Membrane protein insertion: mixing eukaryotic and prokaryotic concepts.

27. Vothknecht, U.C., Soll, J. (2005) Gene 354, 99-109; Chloroplast membrane transport: Interplay of prokaryotic and eukaryotic traits.

26. Soll, J., Schleiff, E. (2004) Nature Rev. Mol. Cell Biol. 5,198-208. Protein import into chloroplasts.

25. Schleiff, E., Soll, J. (2003) in Forschung an der LMU Einsichten 2/2003 20-25. Die bakterielle Vergangenheit.

24. Vothknecht, U., Soll, J. (2003) Zellbiologie akt. 29, 33-36. Entstehung und Entwicklung des Chloroplasten als photosynthetisches Organell.

23. Fulgosi, H., Soll, J., Maraschin, S.F., Korthout, H.A.A.J., Wang, M.,Testerink, C., (2002) Plant Mol. Biol. 50, 2019-2029. 14-3-3 proteins and plant development.

22. Soll, J. (2002) Biospektrum 1, 55-56. Erster Transregio-SFB: Endosymbiose: Vom Prokaryoten zum Eukaryotischen Organell.

21. Soll, J. (2002) Curr. Opin. Plant Biol. 5, 529-535. Protein import into chloroplasts.

20. Vothknecht, U. C., Soll, J. (2002) Rev. Physiol. Biochem. Pharmacol. 145, 181-221. Chloroplast quest: A Journey from the cytosol into the chloroplast and beyond.

19. Jarvis, B., Soll, J. (2001) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 154, 64-80. Toc, Tic and chloroplast protein import.

18. Küchler, M., Soll, J. (2001) Plant Science 161, 379-389. From nuclear genes to chloroplast localized proteins.

17. Bölter, B., Soll, J. (2001) EMBO J. 20, 935-940. Ion channels in the outer membranes of chloroplasts and mitochondria: open doors of regulated gates?

16. Fulgosi, H., Soll, J. (2001) Plant Physiol. 158, 273-284. A gateway to chloroplasts-protein translocation and beyond.

15. Vothknecht, U. C., and Soll, J. (2000) Biol. Chem. 381, 887-897. Protein import: the hitchhikers guide into chloroplasts.

14. Schleiff, E., Soll, J. (2000) Planta 211, 449-456. Travelling of proteins through membranes: translocation into chloroplasts.

13. Soll, J., Bölter, B., Wagner, R., Hinnah, S. (2000) Trends Plant Sciences 5, 137-138. The chloroplast outer envelope: a molecular sieve?

12. May, T., Soll, J. (1999) FEBS-Lett. 452, 52-56. Chloroplast precursor protein translocon.

11. Rassow, J., Dekker, P.J.T., van Wilpe, S., Meijer M., Soll, J. (1999) J. Mol. Biol. 286, 105-120. The preprotein translocase of the mitochondrial inner membrane: function and evolution.

10. Caliebe, A., Soll, J. (1999) Plant Mol. Biol. 39, 641-645. News in chloroplast protein import.

9. Soll, J., Tien, R. (1998) Plant Mol. Biol. 38, 191-207. Protein translocation into and across the chloroplastic envelope membranes.

8. Heins, L., Soll J. (1998) Current Biology 8, 215-217. Chloroplast biogenesis: Mixing the prokaryotic and the enkaryotic.

7. Heins, L. Collinson, I., Soll, J. (1998) Trends in Plant Science 3, 56-61. The protein translocation apparatus of chloroplast envelopes.

6. Schnell, D.J., Blobel, G., Keegstra, K., Kessler, F., Ko, K., Soll, J. (1997) Trends in Cell Biol. 7, 303-304. A consensus nomenclature for the protein import components of the chloroplast envelope.

5. Lübeck, J., Heins, L., Soll J. (1997) Physiol. Plant 100, 53-64. Protein import into chloroplasts.

4. Soll, J., Alefsen, H. (1993) Physiol. Plant. 87, 433-440. The protein import apparatus of chloroplast.

3. Soll, J. (1995) Botanica Acta 108, 277-282. New insights into the protein import machinery of the chloroplast's outer envelope.

2. Aitken, A., Collinge, D.B., van Heusden, G.P.H., Isobe, T., Roseboom, P.H., Rosenfeld, G., Soll J.(1992) Trends in Biochemical Sciences 17, 498-501. 14-3-3 proteins: A highly conserved widespread family of eukaryotic proteins.

1. Schultz, G., Soll, J. (1980) Deutsche Tierärzt. Wochenschrift 87, 410-412. Die Biosynthese von Tocopherol, Phyllochinon und anderen Prenylchinonen in der Pflanze: Zur Frage des Ausbleibens der Biosynthese im Tier.