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Bibliographia Humboldtiana

II. Publications by Humboldt Research Fellows from Germany

Biosciences, life sciences

Apfelbeck, Dr. Beate

Max-Planck-Institut für Ornithologie, Germany
Field of research: Behavioural physiology, ethology
Host: Dr. Barbara Helm University of Glasgow
  • Beate Apfelbeck, Heiner Flinks, Wolfgang Goymann: Variation in circulating testosterone during mating predicts reproductive success in a wild songbird. In: Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 4, 2016, p. 107 [testosterone, reproductive success].

  • Beate Apfelbeck, Kim Geraldine Mortega, Heiner Flinks, Juan Carlos Illera, Barbara Helm: Testosterone, territorial response, and song in seasonally breeding tropical and temperate Stonechats. In: BMC Evolutionary Biology. 17, 2017, p. 101 [life history, endocrine mechanisms, testosterone, behaviour].

  • Beate Apfelbeck, Barbara Helm, Juan Carlos Illera, Kim Geraldine Mortega, Patrick Smiddy, Neil Price Evans: Baseline and stress-induced levels of corticosterone in male and female Afrotropical and European temperate stonechats during breeding. In: BMC Evolutionary Biology. 17, 2017, p. 114 [life history, endocrine mechanisms, corticosterone].

  • Beate Apfelbeck, Heiner Flinks, Wolfgang Goymann: Territorial aggression does not feed back on testosterone in a multiple-brooded songbird species with breeding and non-breeding season territoriality, the European stonechat. In: Hormones and Behavior. 78, 2017, p. 89 - 95 [endocrine mechanisms, testosterone, behaviour].

Aranda Orgilles, Dr. Beatriz

New York University, United States of America
Field of research: Molecular biology
Host: Prof. Dr. Ralph Steinman Rockefeller University
  • Beatriz Aranda-Orgillés, Alexander Trockenbacher, Jennifer Winter, Johanna Aigner, Andrea Köhler, Ewa Jastrzebska, Joachim Stahl, Eva-Christina Müller, Albrecht Otto, Erich E. Wanker, Rainer Schneider and Susann Schweiger : The PP2Ac-specific ubiquitin ligase MID1/alpha4 assembles a ribonucleoprotein complex at the microtubules. In: Hum Genet. 2008 Mar;123(2):163-76 . 123(2), 2008, p. 163 - 176 [PP2A, ubquitin ligase, RNPs, microtubules].

  • Beatriz Aranda-Orgillés, Johanna Aigner, Melanie Kunath, Rudi Lurz, Rainer Schneider, Susann Schweiger: Active Transport of the Ubiquitin Ligase MID1 along the Microtubules Is Regulated by Protein Phosphatase 2A. In: PLoS ONE 7. 3 (10), 2008, p. e3507 [MID1 microtubules transport].

  • Linsey Reavie, Giusy Della Gatta, Kelly Crusio, Beatriz Aranda-Orgilles, Shannon M Buckley, Benjamin Thompson, Eugine Lee, Jie Gao, Andrea L Bredemeyer, Beth A Helmink, Jiri Zavadil, Barry P Sleckman, Teresa Palomero, Adolfo Ferrando & Iannis Aifantis: Regulation of hematopoietic stem cell differentiation by a single ubiquitin ligase–substrate complex. In: Nature Immunology Published online: 17 January 2010 | doi:10.1038/ni.1839. 2010, [Ubiquitin ligase, FBW7, stem cell].

Arnold, Dr. Sebastian J.

Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany
Field of research: Molecular biology
Host: Prof. Dr. Anant B. Parekh University of Oxford
  • Sebastian J. Arnold, Ulf K Hofmann, Elizabeth K Bikoff, Elizabeth J Robertson: Pivotal roles for eomesodermin during axis formation, epithelium-to-mesenchyme transition and endoderm specification in the mouse. In: Development. 135(3), 2008, p. 501 - 511 [Developmental Biology, Mouse, Gastrulation, Endoderm Specification, Eomesodermin].

  • Sebastian J. Arnold, Guo-Jen Huang, Amanda F.P. Cheung, Takumi Era, Shin-Ichi Nishikawa, Elizabeth K. Bikoff, Zoltán Molnár, Elizabeth J. Robertson, Matthias Groszer: The T-box transcription factor Eomes/Tbr2 regulates neurogenesis in the cortical subventricular zone. In: Genes and Development. 22(18), 2008, p. 2479 - 2484 [developmental biology, neurobiology, cortical brain development, neuronal progenitor cells].

  • Sebastian J. Arnold, Elizabeth J. Robertson: Making a commtment: cell lineage allocationa and axis patterning in the early mouse embryo. In: Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology. 10(2), 2009, p. 91 - 103 [Developmental Biology, Mouse, Patterning, Axis Determination, Gastrulation, Cell Type specification].

Banf, Dr. Michael

Universität Siegen, United States of America
Field of research: Informatics in biology, computer science in biology
Host: Prof. Dr. Christopher R. Somerville University of California, Berkeley
  • P. Schlaepfer., Wang, C., Zhang, P., Kim, T., Banf, M., Chae, L., Dreher, K., Chavali, A.K., Nilo-Poyanco R., Bernhard, T., Kahn, D. and Rhee, S.Y., : Genome-wide prediction of metabolic enzymes, pathways, and gene clusters in plants. In: Plant Physiology. 175, 2017, [Plant metabolism, metabolic gene clusters, co-expression analysis, genome sequence comparative analysis, computational biology ].

  • Banf, M. and Rhee, S. Y. : Enhancing gene regulatory network inference through data integration with markov random fields. In: Scientific Reports, Nature publishing group. 7, 2017, [Computational Biology, Machine Learning, Graphical Models, Gene regulatory networks].

  • Zheng, Y., Jia, C., Sun, H., Rosli, H., Pombo, M., Zhang, P., Banf, M., Dai, X., Martin, G., Giovannoni, J., Zhao, P., Rhee, S.Y. and Fei,: iTAK: a program for genome-wide prediction and classification of plant transcription factors, transcriptional regulators, and protein kinases. In: Molecular Plant. 9, 2016, p. 1667 - 1670 [Transcription Factros, Transcriptional regulation].

  • De Klein, N., Magnani, E., Banf, M. and Rhee, S.Y: microProtein Prediction Program (miP3): A Software for Predicting microProteins and Their Target Transcription Factors. In: International Journal of Genomics. 2015, [micro proteins, transcription factors, computational biology].

  • Banf, M., and Rhee, S. Y.: Computational Inference of Gene Regulatory Networks: Approaches, Limitations and Opportunities. In: Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - Gene Regulatory Mechanisms. 5, 2016, [Gene regulatory network inference, Computational Biology].

Berger, Dr. Florian

Max-Planck-Institut für Kolloid- und Grenzflächenforschung, United States of America
Field of research: Biophysics of sensory cells
Host: Prof. Dr. A. James Hudspeth Rockefeller University
  • Florian Berger , A. J. Hudspeth: Chemomechanical regulation of myosin Ic cross-bridges: Deducing the elastic properties of an ensemble from single-molecule mechanisms. In: PLOS Computational Biology. 13(5), 2017, p. e1005566 [Myosins Nucleotides Actin filaments Phosphates Molecular motors Mechanical energy Monte Carlo method Stiffness].

Blenau, Priv. Doz. Dr. Wolfgang


Field of research: Animal physiology, metabolism physiology of animals
Host: Prof. Dr. Alison Ruth Mercer University of Otago
  • Heleen Verlinden, Rut Vleugels, Elisabeth Marchal, Liesbeth Badisco, Julie Tobback, Hans-Joachim Pflüger, Wolfgang Blenau, Jozef Vanden Broeck: The cloning, phylogenetic relationship and distribution pattern of two new putative GPCR-type octopamine receptors in the desert locust (Schistocerca gregaria). In: J. Insect Physiol.. 56, 2010, p. 868 - 875 [Insect Biogenic amine Behaviour Phase transition Polyphenism].

  • Heleen Verlinden, Rut Vleugels, Elisabeth Marchal, Liesbeth Badisco, Hans-Joachim Pflüger, Wolfgang Blenau, Jozef Vanden Broeck: The role of octopamine in locusts and other insects. In: J. Insect Physiol.. 56, 2010, p. 854 - 867 [Insect Biogenic amine Behaviour Schistocerca gregaria Phase transition].

  • Markus Thamm, Sabine Balfanz, Ricarda Scheiner, Arnd Baumann, Wolfgang Blenau: Characterization of the 5-HT1A receptor of the honeybee (Apis mellifera) and involvement of serotonin in phototactic behavior. In: Cell. Mol. Life Sci.. 67, 2010, p. 2467 - 2479 [5-HT Biogenic amine Cyclic AMP GPCR Phototaxis Signal transduction].

  • Britta Troppmann, Sabine Balfanz, Arnd Baumann, Wolfgang Blenau: Inverse agonist and neutral antagonist actions of synthetic compounds at an insect 5-HT1 receptor. In: Br. J. Pharmacol.. 159, 2010, p. 1450 - 1462 [biogenic amine constitutive activity cellular signalling G-protein-coupled receptor insect methiothepin salivary gland 5-HT serotonin WAY 100635].

Bollenbach, Dr. Tobias


Field of research: Theoretical biology
Host: Prof. Dr. R. John Collier Harvard Medical School
  • Tobias Bollenbach, Selwyn Quan, Remy Chait, Roy Kishony: Nonoptimal microbial response to antibiotics underlies suppressive drug interactions. In: Cell. 139, 2009, p. 707 - 718 [Antibiotics, Escherichia coli, gene regulation, drug interactions].

  • Tobias Bollenbach, Roy Kishony: Quiet gene circuit more fragile than its noisy peer. In: Cell. 139, 2009, p. 460 - 461 [Synthetic biology, noise in gene expression].

  • Jonathan Swoboda, Timothy Meredith, Jennifer Campbell, Stephanie Brown, Takashi Suzuki, Tobias Bollenbach, Amy Malhowski, Roy Kishony, Michael Gilmore, Suzanne Walker: Discovery of a small molecule that blocks wall teichoic acid biosynthesis in Staphylococcus aureus. In: ACS Chemical Biology. 4, 2009, p. 875 - 883 [Staphylococcus aureus, antibiotics, wall teichoic acid].

Braasch, Prof. Dr. Ingo

Michigan State University, United States of America
Field of research: Zoology
Host: Prof. Dr. John H. Postlethwait University of Oregon
  • Ingo Braasch John H. Postlethwait: The teleost agouti-related protein 2 gene is an ohnolog gone missing from the tetrapod genome. In: PNAS. 108, 2011, p. E47 - E48 [agouti genome duplication teleost fish evolution gene family ].

Buchholz, Dr. Kathrin

Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen, Germany
Field of research: Parasitology
Host: Dr. Matthias Marti Harvard School of Public Health
  • Kathrin Buchholz, Thomas A. Burke, Kim C. Williamson, Roger C. Wiegand, Dyann F. Wirth and Matthias Marti: A High-throughput Screen Targeting Malaria Transmission Stages Opens New Avenues for Drug Development. In: The Journal of Infectious Diseases. 203, 2011, p. 1445 - 1453 [malaria, transmission, drugs, high throughput screen, Plasmodium falciparum, gametocytes].

  • Filipa P. da Cruz, Cecilie Martin, Kathrin Buchholz, Maria J. Lafuente-Monasterio, Tiago Rodrigues, Birte Sonnichsen, Rui Moreira, Francisco-Javier Gamo, Matthias Marti, Maria M. Mota, Michael Hannus and Miguel Prudencio: Drug Screen Targeted at Plasmodium Liver Stages Identifies a Potent Multistage Antimalarial Drug. In: Journal of Infectious Diseases. DOI: 10, 2012, p. 1 - 9 [malaria, drug screen, decoquinate, mitochondrial bc1 cpmplex].

Cichy, Dr. Radoslaw Martin

Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Field of research: Neurobiology
Host: Prof. Dr. John Allan Hobson Harvard Medical School
  • Radoslaw Martin Cichy, Dimitrios Pantazis, Aude Oliva: Resolving human object recognition in space and time. In: Nature Neuroscience. 17, 2014, p. 455 - 462.

  • Fernando Ramirez, Radoslaw Martin Cichy, Carsten Allefeld, John-Dylan Haynes: The neural code for face orientation in the human fusiform face area. In: Journal of Neuroscience. 34, 2014, p. 12155 - 12167.

Cremer, Prof. Dr. Sylvia M.

Institute of Science and Technology Austria, Austria
Field of research: Evolution
Host: Prof. Dr. Jacobus J. Boomsma University of Copenhagen
  • Line V. Ugelvig. L.V., Sylvia Cremer : Social prophylaxis: group interaction promotes collective immunity in ant colonies. In: Current Biology. 17, 2007, p. 1967 - 1971 [social immunity, social insects, ants, evolution, behaviour, immune systems].

  • Sylvia Cremer, Sophie A.O. Armitage,Paul Schmid-Hempel: Social Immunity. In: Current Biology. 17, 2007, p. R693 - R702 [collective immune systems, anti-parasite defence, hygienic behaviour, social insects].

Dallmann, Prof. Dr. Robert

University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Field of research: Biorhythmics, biochronology
Host: Prof. Dr. Steven Andrew Brown Universität Zürich
  • Brown A. Steven, Elzbieta Kowalska, Robert Dallmann: (Re)inventing the Circadian Feedback Loop. In: Developental Cell. 22, 2012, p. 477 - 487 [Circadian rhythm, feedback loop].

  • Robert Dallmann, Antoine U. Viola, Leila Tarokh, Christian Cajochen, Steven A. Brown: The Human Circadian Metabolome. In: Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 14, 2012, p. 2625 - 2629 [Metabolome, Circadian, Human volunteers, mass spectography, serum, saliva, sleep].

  • R. Dallmann, P. Weyermann, C. Anklin, M. Boroff, K. Bray-French, B. Cardel, I. Courdier-Fruh, H. Deppe, J. Dubach-Powell, M. Erb, R. H. Haefeli, M. Henneböhle, H. Herzner, M. Hufschmid, D. L. Marks, S. Nordhoff, M. Papp, C. Rummey, G. Santos, F. Schärer, H. Siendt, M. Soeberdt, L. T. Sumanovski, M. Terinek, C. Mondadori, N. Güven, and A. Feurer: The orally active melanocortin-4 receptor antagonist BL-6020/979: a promising candidate for the treatment of cancer cachexia. In: J Cachex Sarcopenia Muscle. 2, 2011, p. 163 - 174 [Cancer cachexia, C26 adenocarcinoma, melanocortin 4 receptor antagonist, toxicology, pharmacology].

  • Robert Dallmann, Jason P. DeBruyne, David R. Weaver: Photic resetting and entrainment in CLOCK-deficient mice. In: J Biol Rhythms. 26, 2011, p. 390 - 401 [Circadian rhythm, CLOCK, photic resetting, Phase response curve, constant light, skeleton photoperiod].

Deines, Dr. Peter

Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Germany
Field of research: Microbe ecology
Host: Dr. Mike Taylor University of Auckland
  • Susanne Schmitt, Peter Deines, Faris Behnam, Michael Wagner & Michael W. Taylor: Chloroflexi bacteria are more diverse, abundant, and similar in high than in low microbial abundance sponges. In: FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 78, 2011, p. 497 - 510.

  • Rachel L. Simister, Peter Deines, Emmanuelle S. Botté, Nicole S. Webster & Michael W. Taylor: Sponge-specific clusters revisited: a comprehensive phylogeny of sponge-associated microorganisms. In: Environmental Microbiology. 14, 2012, p. 517 - 524.

  • Manpreet K. Dhami, Adrian P. Turner, Peter Deines, Jacqueline R. Beggs & Michael W. Taylor: Ultrastructural and molecular characterization of a bacterial symbiosis in the ecologically important scale insect family Coelostomidiidae. In: FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 81, 2012, p. 537 - 546.

  • David W. Waite, Peter Deines, Michael W. Taylor: Gut Microbiome of the Critically Endangered New Zealand Parrot, the Kakapo (Strigops habroptilus). In: PLoS ONE. 7, 2012, p. e35803.

  • Michael W. Taylor, Peter Tsai, Rachel L. Simister, Peter Deines, Emmanuelle Botte, Gavin Ericson, Susanne Schmitt & Nicole S. Webster: ‘Sponge-specific’ bacteria are widespread (but rare) in diverse marine environments. 7, 2013, p. 438 - 443.

  • Rachel Simister, Michael W. Taylor, Karyne M. Rogers, Peter J. Schupp & Peter Deines: Temporal molecular and isotopic analysis of active bacterial communities in two New Zealand sponges. In: FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 85, 2013, p. 195 - 209.

  • David W. Waite, Melissa Dsouza, Kristi Biswas, Darren F. Ward, Peter Deines & Michael W. Taylor: Microbial community structure in the gut of the New Zealand insect Auckland tree weta (Hemideina thoracica). In: Archives of Microbiology. 197, 2015, p. 603 - 612.

Dengjel, Prof. Dr. Jörn

Université de Fribourg, Switzerland
Field of research: Cell biochemistry
Host: Prof. Dr. Robert F. Murphy Carnegie Mellon University
  • Diedrich B, Rigbolt KT, Röring M, Herr R, Kaeser-Pebernard S, Gretzmeier C, Murphy RF, Brummer T, Dengjel J.: Discrete cytosolic macromolecular BRAF complexes exhibit distinct activities and composition. In: EMBO J. 2017, [14‐3‐3 proteins; HSP90 CDC37 complex; geldanamycin; sorafenib; vemurafenib].

Dietz, Dr. Mathias

Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Germany
Field of research: Neurophysiology
Host: Dr. David McAlpine University College London
  • Mathias Dietz, Torsten Marquardt, David Greenberg, David McAlpine: The Influence of the Envelope Waveform on Binaural Tuning of Neurons in the Inferior Colliculus and its Relation to Binaural Perception. In: Basic Aspects of Hearing: Physiology and Perception. (Ed. Brian C.J. Moore, Roy D. Patterson, Ian M. Winter, Robert P. Carlyon, Hedwig E Gockel) New York: Springer, 2013, p. 223 - 230 [Auditory System, Binaural hearing, Inferior Colliculus, Envelope ITD].

  • Mathias Dietz, Torsten Marquardt, Nelli H Salminen, David McAlpine: Emphasis of spatial cues in the temporal fine structure during the rising segments of amplitude-modulated sounds. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2013.

Ebbinghaus, Prof. Dr. Simon

Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
Field of research: Biophysical chemistry
Host: Prof. Dr. Martin Gruebele University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Ebbinghaus, Dhar, McDonald and Gruebele: Protein folding stability and dynamics imaged in a living cell. In: Nature Methods. 7, 2010, p. 319 [Live Cell, Imaging, FRET, In-cell, protein folding].

  • Simon Ebbinghaus and Martin Gruebele: Protein Folding Landscapes in the Living Cell. In: JPCL. 2, 2011, p. 314 [Live Cell, Imaging, Protein Aggregation, Misfolding].

Englert, Dr. Markus

Yale University, United States of America
Field of research: Cell biochemistry
Host: Prof. Dr. Dieter G. Söll Yale University
  • Jennifer M. Kavran, Sarath Gundllapalli, Patrick O´Donoghue, Markus Englert, Dieter Söll and Thomas A. Steitz: Structure of pyrrolysyl-tRNA synthetase, an archaeal enzyme for genetic code innovation. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 104, 2007, p. 11268 - 11273 [aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase, evolution, pyrrolysine].

Erdmann, Priv. Doz. Dr. Kai S.

, Germany
Field of research: Biochemistry
Host: Prof. Dr. Pietro De Camilli Yale University
  • K. S. Erdmann, Y. Mao, H. J. McCrea, R. Zoncu, S. Y. Lee, P. Summer, J. Modregger, D. Biemesderfer, D. Toomre, P. De Camilli: A role of the Lowe syndrome protein OCRL in early steps of the endocytic pathway. In: Dev. Cell. 13, 2007, p. 377 - 390.

Foster, Dr. Tobias

Universität zu Köln, Germany
Field of research: Biophysics
Host: Prof. Dr. Alon McCormick University of Minnesota
  • Tobias Foster, Kevin D. Dorfman, H. Ted Davis: Rapid Ejection of Giant Pluronic L121 Vesicles from Spreading Double Emulsion Droplets. In: Langmuir. 26, 2010, p. 9666 - 9672 [self-assembly, soft matter, vesicles].

Franze, Dr. Kristian

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Field of research: Neurobiology
Host: Prof. Dr. Christine E. Holt University of Cambridge
  • Kristian Franze, Jens Gerdelmann, Michael Weick, Timo Betz, Steve Pawlizak, Melike Lakadamyali, Johannes Bayer, Katja Rillich, Michael Gogler, Yun-Bi Lu, Andreas Reichenbach, Paul Janmey, Josef Kas: Neurite branch retraction is caused by a threshold-dependent mechanical impact. In: Biophys J. 97(7), 2009, p. 1883 - 1890 [neurons mechanosensitivity AFM calcium stretch-activated channel retraction].

  • Pouria Moshayedi, Luciano da F Costa, Andreas Christ, Stephanie Lacour, James Fawcett, Jochen Guck, Kristian Franze : Mechanosensitivity of astrocytes on optimized polyacrylamide gels analyzed by quantitative morphometry. In: J Phys Condens Matter. 22(19) , 2010, [mechanosensitivity glial cells morphology compliant substrates morphometry].

  • Kristian Franze and Jochen Guck: The biophysics of neuronal growth. In: Rep Prog Phys. 73(9), 2010, [review, mechanics, mechanosensitivity, neurons, regeneration].

  • Andreas F. Christ, Kristian Franze, Helen Gautier, Pouria Moshayedi, James Fawcett, Robin J. M. Franklin, Ragnhildur t. Karadottir, Jochen Guck : Mechanical difference between white and gray matter in the rat cerebellum measured by scanning force microscopy. In: J Biomech. in press, 2010, [atomic force microscopy, AFM, stiffness, elasticity, central nervous system, CNS, cerebellum, brain, white matter, gray matter].

  • Niclas Lindqvist, Qing Liu, Joachim Zajadacz, Kristian Franze, Andreas Reichenbach: Retinal Glial (Muller) Cells Sense and Respond to Tissue Stretch. In: Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 51(3), 2010, p. 1683 - 1690 [Muller cells, fibroblast growth factor, calcium response, mechanosensitivity, tissue stretch].

  • Rosa Poetes, Kathrin Holtzmann, Kristian Franze, Ulrich Steiner: Metastable underwater superhydrophobicity. In: Phys Rev Let. in press, 2010, [Superhydrophobicity, plastron, stability, immersion depth].

Freudenberg, Dr. Florian

Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Field of research: Neurobiology
Host: Prof. Dr. Tansu Celikel University of Southern California
  • Celikel T, Marx V, Freudenberg F, Zivkovic A, Resnik E, Hasan MT, Licznerski P, Osten P, Rozov A, Seeburg PH & Schwarz MK : Select overexpression of homer1a in dorsal hippocampus impairs spatial working memory. In: Frontiers in Neuroscience. 1, 2007, p. 97 - 110.

  • Florian Freudenberg, Verena Marx, Volker Mack, Liliana E. Layer, Matthias Klugmann, Peter H Seeburg, Rolf Sprengel, Tansu Celikel : GluA1 and its PDZ-interaction: A role in experience-dependent behavioral plasticity in the forced swim test. In: Neurobiology of Disease . 52, 2013, p. 160 - 167 [AMPA receptors; Behavioral despair; Depression; GluR-A; GluR1; Gria1; Mouse; PDZ; Porsolt swim test].

  • Florian Freudenberg, Verena Marx, Peter Seeburg, Rolf Sprengel, Tansu Celikel: Circuit mechanisms of GluA1-dependent spatial working memory. In: Hippocampus. 23, 2013, p. 1359 - 1366 [spatial working memory; GluA1; AMPA; neural circuits; gene targeting ].

  • H Weber, D Klamer, F Freudenberg, S Kittel-Schneider, O Rivero, C-J Scholz, J Volkert, J Kopf, J Heupel, S Herterich, R Adolfsson, A Alttoa, A Post, H Grußendorf, A Kramer, A Gessner, B Schmidt, S Hempel, CP Jacob, J Sanjuán, MD Moltó, K-P Lesch, CM Freitag, L Kent, A Reif: The genetic contribution of the NO system at the glutamatergic post-synapse to schizophrenia: Further evidence and meta-analysis. In: European neuropsychopharmacology. 24, 2014, p. 65 - 85 [Association; Glutamate; Nitric oxide; Postsynapse; Prefrontal cortex; Schizophrenia].

  • Cynthia M Vied, Florian Freudenberg, Yuting Wang, Alexandre AS Raposo, David Feng, Richard S Nowakowski: A multi-resource data integration approach: identification of candidate genes regulating cell proliferation during neocortical development. In: Frontiers in Neuroscience. 8, 2014, p. 1 - 13 [the allen institute for brain science, neocortex development, gene expression, ventricular zone (VZ), subventricular zone (SVZ), GeneMANIA].

  • Florian Freudenberg, Aet Alttoa, Andreas Reif: Neuronal nitric oxide synthase ( NOS1 ) and its adaptor, NOS1AP , as a genetic risk factors for psychiatric disorders. In: Genes, Brain and Behavior. 14, 2015, p. 46 - 63 [adhd; biomarker; bipolar disorder; impulsivity; major depression; nitric oxide; no x; nos1ap; polymorphism].

  • Florian Freudenberg, Tansu Celikel, Andreas Reif: The role of α-amino-3-hydroxy-5-methyl-4-isoxazolepropionic acid (AMPA) receptors in depression: Central mediators of pathophysiology and antidepressant activity?. In: Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews. 52, 2015, p. 193 - 206.

  • Heike Weber, Sarah Kittel-Schneider, Julia Heupel, Lena Weißflog, Lindsey Kent, Florian Freudenberg, Aet Alttoa, Antonia Post, Sabine Herterich, Jan Haavik, Anne Halmoy, Ole B. Fasmer, Elisabeth T. Landaas, Stefan Johansson, Bru Cormand, Marta Ribases, Cristina Sanchez-Mora, Josep Antoni Ramos-Quiroga, Barbara Franke, Klaus-Peter Lesch, Andreas Reif: On the role of NOS1 ex1f-VNTR in ADHD-allelic, subgroup, and meta-analysis. In: American Journal of Medical Genetics Part B: Neuropsychiatric Genetics. 168, 2015, p. 445 - 458 [glutamate; nitric oxide; association; adult ADHD; polymorphism].

Fufezan, Dr. Christian

Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany
Field of research: Informatics in biology, computer science in biology
Host: Prof. Dr. Frederick W. Smith City College
  • C Negron, C Fufezan, R L Koder: Geometric constraints for porphyrin binding in helical protein binding sites. In: Proteins . 74, 2009, p. 400 - 416 [heme binding ,rotamer ,heme ruffle , bionanotechnology, protein design].

  • Christian Fufezan , Jun Zhang, M. R. Gunner: Ligand preference and orientation in b- and c-type heme-binding proteins. In: Proteins. 73, 2008, p. 690 - 704 [heme ,pdb survey, ligand orientation , continuum electrostatics , molecular mechanics].

  • Anja Krieger-Liszkay , Christian Fufezan and Achim Trebst: Singlet oxygen production in photosystem II and related protection mechanism. In: Photosynthesis Research. 98, 2008, p. 551 - 564 [Photoinhibition - Photosystem II - QA midpoint potential - Singlet oxygen].

  • Christian Fufezan, Christine M. Gross, Martin Sjödin, A. William Rutherford, Anja Krieger-Liszkay, and Diana Kirilovsky: Influence of the Redox Potential of the Primary Quinone Electron Acceptor on Photoinhibition in Photosystem II. In: J. Biol. Chem. 282, 2007, p. 12492 - 12502.

Geiger, Prof. Dr. Otto

Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico
Field of research: Biosynthesis
Host: Prof. Dr. Eugene P. Kennedy Harvard Medical School
  • Mario Sandoval-Calderon, Otto Geiger, Ziqiang Guan, Francisco Barona-Gomez, Christian Sohlenkamp: A eukaryote-like cardiolipin synthase is present in Streptomyces coelicolor and in most actinobacteria. In: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 284, 2009, p. 17383 - 17390.

Gilles, Dr. Anita

Stiftung Tierärztliche Hochschule Hannover, Germany
Field of research: Marine zoology
Host: Prof. Dr. Lisa Taylor Ballance National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration
  • Anita Gilles, Sacha Viquerat, Elizabeth A. Becker, Karin A. Forney, Steve C.V. Geelhoed, Jan Haelters, Jacob Nabe-Nielsen, Meike Scheidat, Ursula Siebert, Signe Sveegaard, Floris M. van Beest, Rob van Bemmelen, Geert Aarts: Seasonal habitat-based density models for a marine top predator, the harbor porpoise, in a dynamic environment. In: Ecosphere. 7, 2016, p. e01367 - e01367 [species distribution modelling, habitat modelling, marine mammals, marine spatial planning, North Sea, top predator, conservation].

  • Verena Peschko, Katrin Ronnenberg, Ursula Siebert, Anita Gilles: Trends of harbour porpoise (Phocoena phocoena) density in the southern North Sea. In: Ecological Indicators. 60, 2016, p. 174 - 183 [Population dynamics, wildlife abundance estimation, density, Bayesian statistics].

  • Krishna Das, Ophélie Holleville, Conor Ryan, Simon Berrow, Anita Gilles, Denis Ody, Loic N. Michel: Isotopic niches of fin whales from the Mediterranean Sea and the Celtic Sea (North Atlantic). In: Marine Environmental Research . 127, 2017, p. 75 - 83 [marine mammals, stable isotopes, baleen whales, SIBER models, conservation].

  • Elizabeth A. Becker, Karin A. Forney, Bruce J. Thayre, Amanda J. Debich, Gregory S. Campbell, Katherine Whitaker, Annie B. Douglas, Anita Gilles, Ryan Hoopes, John A. Hildebrand: Habitat-based density models for three cetacean species off southern California illustrate pronounced seasonal differences. In: Frontiers in Marine Science. 4, 2017, p. 1 - 14 [Cetacean distribution, Generalized additive model, Habitat-based density model, Species distribution model].

Hager, Dr. Felix

Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Kenya
Field of research: Behavioural physiology, ethology
Host: Prof. Dr. Hamadi I. Boga Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology
  • K. Krausa, F. A. Hager, N. Kiatoko, W. H. Kirchner: Vibrational signals of African stingless bees. In: Insectes Sociaux. 2017, [African stingless bees, Vibrational communication, Foraging, Thoracic vibrations, Temporal pattern].

  • Kathrin Krausa, Felix A. Hager, Wolfgang H. Kirchner: The effect of food profitability on foraging behaviors and vibrational signals in the African stingless bee Plebeina hildebrandti. In: Insectes Sociaux. 2017, p. 1 - 12 [Stingless bees, foraging, trophallaxis, vibrational communication, food profitability, food quality].

Hahn, Prof. Dr. Ingo J.

Hochschule München, Germany
Field of research: Biogeography
Host: Prof. Dr. George K. Psaras University of Patras
  • I. Hahn, U. Römer: Island birds as invaders and indicators of climate change in the Pacific. In: Proceedings of the Biogeography Conference 8: May 11-12 2007, University of Erlangen. Erlangen: University of Erlangen, 2007, p. 4 - 5.

  • U. Römer, I. Hahn: Climate change and changes in ecosystems: possible effects and their consequences for the biodiversity of Neotropical dwarf cichlids. In: Proceedings of the Biogeography Conference 8: (May 11-12, 2007), University of Erlangen. Erlangen: University of Erlangen, 2007, p. 3 - 4.

  • Ingo J. Hahn: Ich war Robinson. Aachen: Shaker Media, 2008, 137 pp.

  • Vergara, P.M., I. Hahn, H. Zeballos & J. J. Armesto : The importance of forest patch networks for the conservation of the Thorn-tailed Rayaditos in central Chile. In: Ecological Research . 25, 2010, p. 683 - 690.

  • Römer, U., I. Hahn & P. Vergara : Description of Dicrossus foirni sp. n. and Dicrossus warzeli sp. n. (Teleostei: Perciformes), two new cichlid species from the Rio Negro and the Rio Tapajos Systems, Amazon Drainage, Brazil. In: Vertebrate Zoology . 60, 2010, p. 123 - 138.

  • Hahn, I., P. Vergara & U. Römer : Vegetation structure affects bird community composition in an island ecosystem: the role of nativity and introduction. In: Geo-Öko . 20, 2010, p. 10 - 20.

  • Hahn, I., U. Römer, P. Vergara & H. Walter: Diversity, biogeography and, conservation of the birds of the Juan Fernández Islands, Chile. In: Vertebrate Zoology . 59, 2009, p. 103 - ´114.

  • Vergara, P. & I. Hahn : Linking edge effects and patch size effects: Importance of matrix nest predators. In: Ecological Modelling . 220, 2009, p. 1189 - 1196.

  • Römer, U. & I. Hahn : Apistogramma barlowi spec. nov.: Description of a new facultative mouth-breeding cichlid species (Teleostei, Perciformes, Geophaginae) from Northern Peru. In: Vertebrate Zoology . 58, 2008, p. 49 - 66.

Heller, Dr. Markus

University of British Columbia, Canada
Field of research: Biophysical chemistry
Host: Prof. Dr. Lawrence P. McIntosh University of British Columbia
  • Martin L. Ludwiczek, Markus Heller, Terrence Kantner, Lawrence P. McIntosh: A secondary Xylan-binding Site Enhances the Catalytic Activity of a Single-domain Family 11 Glycoside Hydrolase. In: J. Mol. Biol.. 373, 2007, p. 337 - 354 [xylanase, cooperative binding, enzyme kinetics, NMR spectroscopy].

Herrmann, Dr. Jens Martin

Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen, Germany
Field of research: Biochemistry
Host: Dr. Lewis Vastine Wray Jr. Boston University
  • Jens M. Herrmann, John Bernardo; Heidi J. Long, Kurt Seetoo, Marybeth E. McMenamin, Eraldo L. Batista Jr., Thomas E. Van Dyke, Elizabeth R. Simons: Sequential chemotactic and phagocytic activation of human polymorphonuclear neutrophils. In: Infection and Immunity. 75, 2007, p. 3989 - 3998 [biochemistry, fluorimetry, blood, neutrophils, blood, neutrophils, fluorimetry, chemotactic activation, f-Met-Leu-Phe, phagocytic activation, immune complex, cytosolic signaling, cytosolic calcium, cytosolic pH intracellular fluorescent probes, Indo-1, BC].

Hohn, Dr. Michael J.

Universität Regensburg, Germany
Field of research: Biochemical analysis
Host: Prof. Dr. Dieter G. Söll Yale University
  • S. Kamtekar, Michael J. Hohn, H. S. Park, M. Schnitzbauer, A. Sauerwald, D. Söll, T. A. Steitz: Towards understanding phosphoseryl-tRNACys formation: the crystal structue of Methanococcus maripaludis phosphoseryl tRNA synthetase. In: Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 104, 2007, p. 2620 - 2625.

Holzenburg, Prof. Dr. Andreas

University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, United States of America
Field of research: Biophysics
Host: Prof. Dr. Lars G. Ljungdahl University of Georgia
  • Andreas Holzenburg, Alexandra Dittmer, Elke Bogner: Assembly of monomeric human cytomegalovirus pUL104 into portal structures. . In: J. Gen. Virol. . 90, 2009, p. 2381 - 2385 [HCMV, DNA packaging, portal, protein structure, electron microscopy].

John, Dr. Karin

Université Grenoble Alpes, France
Field of research: Biophysics
Host: Prof. Dr. Chaouqi Misbah Universite Grenoble Alpes
  • Karin John, Uwe Thiele: Liquid transport generated by a flashing field-induced wettability ratchet. In: Applied Physics Letters. 90, 2007, p. 264102 [microfluidics, thin film dynamics].

Keller, Dr. Adrian Clemens

Universität Paderborn, Germany
Field of research: Biophysical chemistry
Host: Prof. Dr. Flemming Besenbacher University of Aarhus
  • Jie Xie, Qingzhong Xue, Huijuan Chen, Adrian Keller, Mingdong Dong: Different factors’ effect on the SWNT-fluorocarbon resin interaction: A MD simulation study. In: Computational Materials Science. 49, 2010, p. 148 - 157 [Molecular dynamics simulations Carbon nanotube Fluorocarbon resins Interaction energy].

  • Adrian Keller, Stefan Facsko: Ion-Induced Nanoscale Ripple Patterns on Si Surfaces: Theory and Experiment. In: Materials. 3, 2010, p. 4811 - 4841 [nanopatterning; ion sputtering; surface morphology; continuum theory].

  • Adrian Keller, Stefan Facsko: Tuning the quality of nanoscale ripple patterns by sequential ion-beam sputtering. In: PHYSICAL REVIEW B. 82, 2010, p. 155444 [nanopatterning; ion sputtering; surface morphology; continuum theory].

  • Adrian Keller, Monika Fritzsche, Ryosuke Ogaki, Ilko Bald, Stefan Facsko, Mingdong Dong, Peter Kingshott, Flemming Besenbacher: Tuning the hydrophobicity of mica surfaces by hyperthermal Ar ion irradiation. In: THE JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS. 134, 2011, p. 104705.

  • Adrian Keller, Monika Fritzsche, Ye-Ping Yu, Qian Liu, Yan-Mei Li, Mingdong Dong, Flemming Besenbacher: Influence of Hydrophobicity on the Surface-Catalyzed Assembly of the Islet Amyloid Polypeptide. In: ACS Nano. 5, 2011, p. 2770 - 2778 [amyloid, IAPP, hydrophobicity, atomic force microscopy, mica, ion-beam modification].

  • Adrian Keller, Matteo Nicoli, Stefan Facsko, Rodolfo Cuerno: Dynamic effects induced by renormalization in anisotropic pattern forming systems. In: Physical Review E. 84, 2011, p. 015202(R) [pattern formation, nonlinear dynamics, chaos, continuum theory].

  • Adrian Keller, Luca Peverini, Jörg Grenzer, György J. Kovacs, Arndt Mücklich, Stefan Facsko: Polycrystalline Ni thin films on nanopatterned Si substrates: From highly conformal to nonconformal anisotropic growth. In: PHYSICAL REVIEW B. 84, 2011, p. 035423 [Interface structure and roughness, thin films, nanopatterning, X-ray scattering].

  • Adrian Keller, Stefan Facsko, Rodolfo Cuerno: Numerical Integrator for Continuum Equations of Surface Growth and Erosion. In: Computational Nanotechnology: Modeling and Applications with MATLAB. (Ed. Sarhan M. Musa) Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 2011, p. 189 - 215 [computational materials science, nanotechnology, continuum theory, ion erosion, surface growth, partial differential equations].

  • Adrian Keller, Ilko Bald, Alexandru Rotaru, Emilie Cauët, Kurt V. Gothelf, Flemming Besenbacher: Probing Electron-Induced Bond Cleavage at the Single-Molecule Level Using DNA Origami Templates. In: ACS Nano. 6, 2012, p. 4392 - 4399 [DNA origami; low-energy electrons; atomic force microscopy; DNA radiation damage; ab initio calculations].

  • M.O. Liedke, M. Körner, K. Lenz, M. Fritzsche, M. Ranjan, A. Keller, E. Čižmár, S.A. Zvyagin, S. Facsko, K. Potzger, J. Lindner, J. Fassbender: Crossover in the surface anisotropy contributions of ferromagnetic films on rippled Si surfaces. In: Physical Review B . 87, 2013, p. 024424.

  • R. Böttger, A. Keller, L. Bischoff, S. Facsko: Mapping the local elastic properties of nanostructured germanium surfaces: from nanoporous sponges to self-organized nanodots. In: Nanotechnology . 24, 2013, p. 115702.

  • X. Ou, A. Keller, M. Helm, J. Fassbender, S. Facsko: Reverse epitaxy of Ge: ordered and facetted surface patterns. In: Physical Review Letters . 111, 2013, p. 016101.

  • Adrian Keller, Janina Kopyra, Kurt V. Gothelf, Ilko Bald: Electron-induced damage of biotin studied in the gas phase and in the condensed phase at a single-molecule level. In: New Journal of Physics . 15, 2013, p. 083045 [biotin, DNA origami, dissociative electron attachment, low-energy electrons].

  • Julia Prinz, Benjamin Schreiber, Lydia Olejko, Jana Oertel, Jenny Rackwitz, Adrian Keller, Ilko Bald: DNA Origami Substrates for Highly Sensitive Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering. In: Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters . 4, 2013, p. 4140 - 4145 [DNA origami, Nanoparticles, Raman spectroscopy, Self-assembly].

  • Janina Kopyra, Adrian Keller, Ilko Bald: On the role of fluoro-substituted nucleosides in DNA radiosensitization for tumor radiation therapy. In: RSC Advances. 4, 2014, p. 6825 - 6829 [dissociative electron attachment, low-energy electrons, chemoradiation therapy, gemcitabin].

Kirschner, Prof. Dr. Roland

National Central University, Republic of China (Taiwan)
Field of research: Mycology
Host: Dr. Chee-Jen Chen Southern Taiwan University of Technology
  • Roland Kirschner, Günter R. W. Arnold & Chee-Jen Chen: Cladobotryum semicirculare sp. nov. Hyphomycetes) from commercially grown Ganoderma tsugae in Taiwan and other Basidiomycota in Cuba. In: Sydowia. 59, 2007, p. 114 - 124 [mycology, fungicolous fungi, hyphomycetes, systematics].

Knierim, Dr. Bernhard


Field of research: Biophysical chemistry
Host: Prof. Dr. Manfred Auer Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Bernhard Knierim, Klaus Peter Hofmann, Oliver P. Ernst, Wayne L. Hubbell : Sequence of late molecular events in the activation of rhodopsin. In: Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 104, 2007, p. 20290 - 20295 [G protein-coupled receptor, membrane proteins, spin labeling, retinal protein, photoreceptor ].

  • Bernhard Knierim, Klaus Peter Hofmann, Wolfgang Gärtner, Wayne L. Hubbell, and Oliver P. Ernst: Rhodopsin and 9-Demethyl-retinal Analog: Effect of a Partial Agonist on Displacement of Transmembrane Helix 6 in Class A G Protein Coupled Receptors. In: J. Biol. Chem.. 283, 2007, p. 4967 - 4974 [G protein-coupled receptor, membrane proteins, spin labeling, retinal protein, photoreceptor, rhodopsin, partial agonist ].

Knierim, Dr. Dennis


Field of research: Plant pathology, parasitology
Host: Dr. Sylvia K. Green AVRDC, The World Vegetable Center
  • Dennis Knierim, Wen-Shi Tsai, Ting-Chin Deng, Sylvia Green, Lawrence Kenyon: Molecular identification of three distinct Polerovirus species and a recombinant Cucurbit aphid-borne yellows virus strain infecting cucurbit crops in Taiwan. In: Plant Pathology. 59, 2010, p. 991 - 1002 [CABYV, Luteoviridae, MABYV, poleroviruses, recombination, SABYV].

Kopp, Dr. Florian

MorphoSys AG, Germany
Field of research: Biochemistry
Host: Prof. Dr. Benjamin F. Cravatt Scripps Research Institute
  • Kopp F, Komatsu T, Nomura DK, Trauger SA, Thomas JR, Siuzdak G, Simon GM, Cravatt BF.: The glycerophospho metabolome and its influence on amino acid homeostasis revealed by brain metabolomics of GDE1(-/-) mice. In: Chemistry and Biology. 17, 2010, p. 831 - 840 [chemical biology, biochemistry, metabolomics].

Kovermann, Dr. Peter A.

, Germany
Field of research: Biophysics
Host: Prof. Dr. Enrico Martinoia Universität Zürich
  • Peter A. Kovermann, Stefan Meyer, Stefan Hörtensteiner, Cristiana Picco, Joachim Scholz-Starke, Silvia Ravera, Youngsook Lee, Enrico Martinoia : The Arabidopsis vacuolar malate channel is a member of the ALMT family. In: The Plant Journal. 52, 2007, p. 1169 - 1180 [AtALMT9, malate transport, tonoplast, anion channel, Arabidopsis thaliana L.].

  • Stefan Meyer, Joachim Scholz-Starke, Alexis De Angeli, Peter Kovermann, Bo Burla, Franco Gambale, Enrico Martinoia: Malate transport by the vacuolar AtALMT6 channel in guard cells is subject to multiple regulation. In: Plant J. 67, 2011, p. 247 - 257 [malate channel, vacuole].

Kreft, Prof. Dr. Holger

Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany
Field of research: Biogeography
Host: Prof. Dr. Immo E. Scheffler University of California, San Diego
  • Walter Jetz, Holger Kreft, Gerardo Ceballos, Jens Mutke: Global associations between terrestrial producer and vertebrate consumer diversity. In: Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences . 276, 2009, p. 269 - 278 [biodiversity, plants, vertebrates].

  • Gerold Kier, Holger Kreft, Tien Ming Lee, Walter Jetz, Pierre L. Ibisch, Christoph Nowicki, Jens Mutke, Jens Mutke, WIlhelm Barthlott: A global assessment of endemism and species richness across island and mainland regions. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 106, 2009, p. 1 - 6 [biodiversity, conservation, human impact, terrestrial vertebrates, vascular plants].

Krogmann, Dr. Lars

Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Stuttgart - Zentrum für Biodiversitätsforschung, Germany
Field of research: Animal systematology and evolution
Host: Dr. Steven J.B. Cooper South Australian Museum
  • Lars Krogmann, Mick C. Day, Andy D. Austin: A new spider wasp from Western Australia, with a description of the first known male of the genus Eremocurgus Haupt (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). In: Records of the Western Australian Museum. 24, 2008, p. 437 - 441.

  • Lars Krogmann: Systematik und Biogeographie der australischen Rhopalosomatidae (Hymenoptera: Apocrita). In: Beiträge der Hymenopterologen Tagung in Stuttgart 2008. (Ed. Hans R. Schwenninger, Lars Krogmann, Volker Mauss ) Stuttgart, 2008, p. 17 - 18.

  • Lars Krogmann, Mick C. Day, Andy D. Austin, Steven J.B. Cooper: Advances in Australian spider wasp systematics (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae). In: Beiträge der Hymenopterologen Tagung in Stuttgart 2008. (Ed. Hans R. Schwenninger, Lars Krogmann, Volker Mauss) Stuttgart, 2008, p. 35 - 36.

  • John T. Jennings, Lars Krogmann: Order Hymenoptera, Family Gasteruptiidae. In: Arthropod Fauna of the United Arab Emirates Volume 2. (Ed. Antonius van Harten) Abu Dhabi, UAE: Dar Al Ummah, 2008, p. 267 - 269.

  • Lars Krogmann, Andy D. Austin, Ian D. Naumann: Systematics and biogeography of Australian rhopalosomatid wasps (Hymenoptera: Rhopalosomatidae) with a global synopsis of the enigmatic genus Olixon Cameron. In: Systematic Entomology. 34, 2009, p. 222 - 251.

  • John T. Jennings John, Lars Krogmann: A new species of Pristaulacus Kieffer from Baltic amber (Hymenoptera: Aulacidae). In: Insect Systematics & Evolution . 40, 2009, p. 201 - 207 [Hymenoptera, fossil, systematic palaeontology].

  • Lars Krogmann, Roger Burks: Doddifoenus wallacei, a new giant parasitoid wasp of the subfamily Leptofoeninae (Chalcidoidea: Pteromalidae), with a description of its mesosomal skeletal anatomy and a molecular characterization. In: Zootaxa. 2194, 2009, p. 21 - 36 [Hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea, new species, biogeography, Wallace Line].

  • Lars Vilhelmsen, Istvan Mikó, Lars Krogmann: Beyond the wasp-waist: structural diversity and phylogenetic significance of the mesosoma in apocritan wasps (Insecta: Hymenoptera). In: Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 159, 2010, p. 22 - 194 [Hymenoptera, morphology, phylogeny, mesosoma, Apocrita].

  • Lars Krogmann, Andrew D Austin: Systematic revision of the spider wasp genus Sphictostethus Kohl (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae: Pepsinae) in Australia with description of nine new species. In: Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Naturkunde A, Neue Serie. 4, 2011, p. 105 - 128 [Australia, Pompilidae, spider wasps, biogeography, Gondwanan distribution, Sphictostethus, systematics].

Kruse, Dr. Martin

University of Washington, United States of America
Field of research: Cell biophysics
Host: Prof. Dr. Bertil Hille University of Washington
  • Martin Kruse, Eric Schulze-Bahr, Valerie Corfield, Alf Beckmann, Birgit Stallmeyer, Güven Kurtbay, Iris Ohmert, Ellen Schulze-Bahr, Paul Brink, Olaf Pongs: Impaired endocytosis of the ion channel TRPM4 is associated with human progressive familial heart block type I. In: Journal of Clinical Investigation. 119, 2009, p. 2737 - 2744 [TRPM4, progressive familial heart block type I, endocytosis, gain-of-function].

  • Michael Klaiber, Martin Kruse, Katharina Völker, Juliane Schröter, Robert Feil, Marc Freichel, Andrea Gerling, Susanne Feil, Alexander Dietrich, Juan Eduardo Camacho Londoño, Hideo Baba, Joel Abramowitz, Lutz Birnbaumer, Josef Penninger, Olaf Pongs, Michaela Kuhn: Novel insights into the mechanisms mediating the local antihypertrophic effects of cardiac atrial natriuretic peptide: role of cGMP-dependent protein kinase and RGS2. In: Basic Research in Cardiology. 105, 2010, p. 583 - 595 [TRPC3, TRPC6, GC-A, PKGI, AngII, cardiac hypertrophy].

  • Hui Liu, Loubna El Zein, Martin Kruse, Romain Guinamard, Alf Beckmann, André Bozio, Güven Kurtbay, André Mégarbané, Iris Ohmert, Gérard Blaysat, Elisabeth Villain, Olaf Pongs, Patrice Bouvagnet: Gain-of-function mutations in TRPM4 cause autosomal dominant isolated cardiac conduction disease. In: Circulation: Cardiovascular Genetics. 3, 2010, p. 374 - 385 [TRPM4, gain-of-function, ICCD, PFHBI].

  • Michael Klaiber, Beatrice Dankworth, Martin Kruse, Michael Hartmann, Viacheslav Nikolaev, Ruey-Bing Yang, Katharina Völker, Birgit Gaßner, Heike Oberwinkler, Robert Feil, Marc Freichel, Klaus Groschner, Boris Skryabin, Stefan Frantz, Lutz Birnbaumer, Olaf Pongs, Michaela Kuhn: A cardiac pathway of cyclic GMP-independent signaling of guanylyl cyclase A, the receptor for atrial natriuretic peptide. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 108, 2011, p. 18500 - 18505 [ANP, TRPC3/6, guanylyl cyclase A].

  • Martin Kruse, Gerald RV Hammond, Bertil Hille: Regulation of voltage-gated potassium channels by PI(4,5)P2. In: Journal of General Physiology. 140, 2012, p. 189 - 205 [Kv channels, phospholipids].

  • Benjamin Schattling, Karin Steinbach, Edda Thies, Martin Kruse, Aurélie Menigoz, Friederike Ufer, Veit Flockerzi, Wolfgang Brück, Olaf Pongs, Rudi Vennekens, Matthias Kneussel, Marc Freichel, Doron Merkler, Manuel Friese : TRPM4 cation channel mediates axonal and neuronal degeneration in experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis and multiple sclerosis. In: Nature Medicine. 18, 2012, p. 1805 - 1811 [TRPM4, multiple sclerosis].

  • Goutam Mandal, Mansi Sharma, Martin Kruse, Claudia Sander-Juelch, Laura A. Munro, Yong Wang, Jenny Veide Vilg, Markus J. Tamás, Hiranmoy Bhattacharjee, Martin Wiese, Rita Mukhopadhyay: Modulation of Leishmania major aquaglyceroporin activity by a mitogen-activated protein kinase. In: Molecular Microbiology. 85, 2012, p. 1204 - 1218 [Leishmania major, mitogen-activated protein kinase].

Krügel, Dr. Undine

, Switzerland
Field of research: Plant physiology
Host: Prof. Dr. Enrico Martinoia Universität Zürich
  • Jingbo Zhang, Ulrike Baetz, Undine Krügel, Enrico Martinoia, Alexis De Angeli: Identification of a Probable Pore-Forming Domain in the Multimeric Vacuolar Anion Channel AtALMT9. In: Plant Physiology. 163, 2013, p. 830 - 843.

Krüger, Dr. Jens

Universität Paderborn, Germany
Field of research: Biophysical chemistry
Host: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang B. Fischer National Yang Ming University
  • Thomas Witte, Lars Armin Haller, Edgar Luttmann, Jens Krüger, Gregor Fels, Klaus Huber: Time Resolved Structure Analysis of Growing β-Amyloid Fibers. In: Journal of Structural Biolog. 159, 2007, p. 71 - 81.

  • Jens Krüger, George Patargias, Hugo Martay, Thomas Mehnert, Andrew Routh, Peter Judge, Tracy Lam, Dalia Fischer, Anthony Watts, Wolfgang Bernd Fischer: Self- Assembly of Viral Ion Channel Forming Proteins. In: Proceedings of the IX. Linz Winter Workshop, Trauner Verlag, Linz, ISBN 978-3-85499-400-8. 2007.

  • Jens Krüger, Wolfgang Bernd Fischer: Viral membrane proteins: Flexibility and Assembly. In: From Computational Biophysics to Systems Biology (CBSB08), Proceedings, U. H. E. Hansmann, J. Meinke, S. Mohanty, O. Zimmermann (Hrsg.), ISBN 978-3-9810843-6-8 . 2008.

  • George Patargias, Hugo Martay, Jens Krüger, Chin-Pei Chen, Yi-Ting Wang, Ming-Da Lee, Cheng-Chang Chen, Guo-Sheng Hong, Wolfgang Bernd Fischer: Short Membrane Proteins from Viruses: channel-pore dualism?. In: From Computational Biophysics to Systems Biology (CBSB08), Proceedings, U. H. E. Hansmann, J. Meinke, S. Mohanty, O. Zimmermann (Hrsg.), ISBN 978-3-9810843-6-8 . 2008.

  • Jens Krüger, Wolfgang Bernd Fischer: Exploring the Conformational Space of Vpu from HIV-1: a versatile adaptable protein. In: Journal of Computational Chemistry. 28, 2008, p. 2416 - 2424.

Kutschera, Prof. Dr. Ulrich

Universität Kassel, Germany
Field of research: Plant physiology
Host: Prof. Dr. Hans Kende Michigan State University
  • U. Kutschera, K. J. Niklas: The epidermal-growth-control theory of stem elongation: an old and a new perspective. In: J. Plant Physiol.. 164, 2007, p. 1395 - 1409.

  • U. Kutschera, K. J. Niklas: Macroevolution via secondary endosymbiosis: a Neo-Goldschmidtian view of unicellular hopeful monsters and Darwin's primordial intermediate form. In: Theory Biosci. . 127, 2008, p. 277 - 289.

  • U. Kutschera, K. J. Niklas: Evolutionary plant physiology: Charles Darwin's forgotten synthesis. In: Naturwissenschaften . 96, 2009, p. 1339 - 1354.

  • K.J. Niklas, U. Kutschera: The evolutionary development of plant body plans. In: Funct. Plant Biol. . 36, 2009, p. 682 - 695.

  • K.J. Niklas, U. Kutschera: The evolution of the land plant life cycle. In: New Phytol. . 185, 2010, p. 27 - 41.

  • Ulrich Kutschera: The outer epidermal wall: Design and physiological role of a composite structure. In: Ann. Bot.. 101, 2008, p. 615 - 621.

  • Ulrich Kutschera: The pacemaker of plant growth. In: Trends Plant Sci. . 13, 2008, p. 105 - 107.

  • U. Kutschera, W.R. Briggs: From Charles Darwin's botanical country-house studies to modern plant biology. In: Plant Biol. . 11, 2009, p. 785 - 795.

  • U. Kutschera, Z. Deng, J.A. Oses-Prieto, A. Burlingame, Z.-Y. Wang: Cessation of coleoptile elongation and loss of auxin sensitivity in developing rye seedlings: A quantitative proteomic analysis. In: Plant Signal. Behav. . 5, 2010, p. 509 - 517.

  • Ulrich Kutschera: Symbiogenesis, natural selection, and the dynamic Earth. In: Theory Biosci. . 128, 2009, p. 191 - 203.

  • Ulrich Kutschera: Charles Darwin's Origin of Species, directional selection, and the evolutionary sciences today. In: Naturwissenschaften . 96, 2009, p. 1247 - 1263.

  • Ulrich Kutschera: Darwin's philosophical imperative and the furor theologicus. In: Evo. Edu. Outreach. 2, 2009, p. 688 - 694.

König, Prof. Dr. Andreas

Stony Brook University, United States of America
Field of research: Primates
Host: Prof. Dr. Mahendra Kumar Giri Tribhuvan University
  • Amy Lu, Carola Borries, Anna Caselli, Andreas Koenig: Effects of age, reproductive state, and the number of competitors on dominance dynamics of wild female Hanuman langurs. In: Behaviour. 150, 2013, p. 485 - 523 [age-inversed hierarchy, colobine monkey, consistency, individualistic hierarchy, linearity, stability].

Kümmerle, Prof. Dr. Tobias

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany
Field of research: Ecology
Host: Prof. Dr. Donald Macgregor Waller University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Tobias Kuemmerle, Oleh Chaskovskyy, Jan Knorn, Ivan Kruhlov, Volker C Radeloff, William S Keeton, Patrick Hostert : Forest cover change and illegal logging in the Ukrainian Carpathians in the transition period from 1988 to 2007. In: Remote Sensing of Environment. 113, 2009, p. 1194 - 1207.

  • Magdalena Main-Knorn, Patrick Hostert, Jacek Kozak, Tobias Kuemmerle: How pollution legacies and land use histories shape post-socialist forest cover trends in the Western Carpathians. In: Forest Ecology and Management. 258, 2009, p. 60 - 70.

  • Astrid Björnsen Gurung, Anita Bokwa, Wojciech Chełmicki, Marine Elbakidze, Manuela Hirschmugl, Patrick Hostert, Pierre Ibisch, Jacek Kozak, Tobias Kuemmerle, Elena Matei, Katarzyna Ostapowicz, Joanna Pociask-Karteczka, Lars Schmidt, Sebastian van der Linden, Marc Zebisch: Global Change Research in the Carpathian Mountain Region. In: Mountain Research and Development. 29, 2009, p. 282 - 288.

  • Tobias Kuemmerle, Kajetan Perzanowski, Katarzyna Ostapowicz, Lubos Halada, Andriy-Taras Bashta, Ivan Kruhlov, Patrick Hostert, Donald M. Waller, Volker C. Radeloff: European bison habitat in the Carpathian Mountains. In: Biological Conservation. 143, 2010, p. 908 - 916.

  • Peter Dannenberg, Tobias Kuemmerle: Farm size and land use pattern changes as indicators of structural change in Poland. In: Professional Geographer. 62, 2010, p. 1 - 14.

  • Gregory N Taff, Daniel Müller, Tobias Kuemmerle, Esra Ozdeneral, Stephen J.Walsh : Reforestation in Central and Eastern Europe after the breakdown of socialism. In: Reforesting Landscapes: Linking Pattern and Process. (Ed. Harini Nagendra, Jane Southworth) Amsterdam, New York, Berlin: Springer, 2010, p. 121 - 147.

  • Achim Röder, Joachim Hill, Tobias Kuemmerle, Gabriel del Barrio, Vasilios P. Papanastasis, Georgios M. Tsiourlis,: Geomatics-based characterization of spatial and temporal trends in heterogeneous Mediterranean rangelands of Northern Greece. In: Recent Advances in Remote Sensing and Geoinformation Processing for Land Degradation Assessment. (Ed. Achim Röder, Joachim Hill) CRC Press: London, New York, Leiden, 2009, p. 281 - 300.

Küpper, Prof. Dr. Hendrik A.

University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic
Field of research: Plant physiology
Host: Dr. Leon Kochian Cornell University
  • Hendrik Küpper, Laura O. Seib, Mayandi Sivaguru, Leon V. Kochian: A method for cellular localisation of gene expression via quantitative in situ hybridisation in plants. In: Plant Journal. 50, 2007, p. 159 - 187 [confocal laser scanning microscopy, microscopic UV/VIS spectroscopy, mRNA quantification, metal trafficking, heavy metal hyperaccumulation].

Lackner, Dr. Gerald

Leibniz-Institut für Naturstoff-Forschung und Infektionsbiologie e. V. - Hans-Knöll-Institut, Germany
Field of research: Microbe genetics
Host: Prof. Dr. Jörn Piel ETH Zürich
  • Gerald Lackner, Eike Edzart Peters, Eric Jan Nikolaus Helfrich, Jörn Piel,: Insights into the lifestyle of uncultured bacterial natural product factories associated with marine sponges. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 114, 2017, p. E347 - E356 [genomics, natural products, proteomics, symbiosis, uncultivated bacteria].

Lange, Prof. Dr. Philipp

University of British Columbia, Canada
Field of research: Biochemistry
Host: Prof. Dr. Christopher Overall University of British Columbia
  • Ulrich auf dem Keller Caroline L. Bellac, Ying Li, Yuanmei Lou, Philipp F. Lange, Richard Ting, Curtis Harwig, Reinhild Kappelhoff, Shoukat Dedhar, Michael J. Adam, Thomas J. Ruth, François Bénard, David M. Perrin, Christopher M. Overall: Novel matrix metalloproteinase inhibitor [18F]marimastat-aryltrifluoroborate as a probe for in vivo positron emission tomography imaging in cancer. In: Cancer research. 70, 2010, p. 7562 - 7569 [Breast Cancer, Matrix Metalloproteinases, Positron-Emission Tomography, Radionuclide Imaging, Fluorine Radioisotopes].

  • Philipp F Lange, Christopher M Overall: TopFIND, a knowledgebase linking protein termini with function. In: Nature Methods. 8, 2011, p. 703 - 704.

  • Ying Li, Richard Ting, Curtis W. Harwig, Ulrich Keller auf dem, Caroline L. Bellac, Philipp F. Lange, James A. H. Inkster, Paul Schaffer, Michael J. Adam, Thomas J. Ruth, Christopher M. Overall, David M. Perrin: Towards kit-like 18F-labeling of marimastat, a noncovalent inhibitor drug for in vivo PET imaging cancer associated matrix metalloproteases . In: MedChemComm. 10, 2011, p. 942 - 949.

Lehr, Dr. habil. Edgar

Illinois Wesleyan University, United States of America
Field of research: Animal systematology and evolution
Host: Prof. Dr. Craig Eugene Martin University of Kansas
  • Edgar Lehr, Linda Trueb: Diversity among new world microhylid frogs (Anura: Microhylidae): morphological and osteological comparisons between Nelsonophryne (Günther 1901) and a new genus from Peru. In: Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 2007, p. 583 - 609 [amphibia, anura, biogeography, microhylidae, new genus, osteology, taxonomy].

  • Edgar Lehr, Claudia Torres, Juana Suárez : A new species of arboreal Eleutherodactylus (Anura: Leptodactylidae) from the Amazonian lowlands of central Peru. In: Herpetologica. 1, 2007, p. 94 - 99 [amazonian lowlands, amphibia, anura, Eleutherodactylus, Peru, taxonomy].

  • Edgar Lehr, William E. Duellman: Two new species of Eleutherodactylus (Anura: Leptodactylidae) from the Cordillera Occidental in Peru Copeia. In: Copeia. 1, 2007, p. 140 - 149 [amphibia, Andes, anura, Eleutherodactylus, Peru, taxonomy].

Liedvogel, Dr. Miriam

Max-Planck-Institut für Evolutionsbiologie, Germany
Field of research: Zoology
Host: Prof. Dr. Almut Kelber Lund University
  • Miriam Liedvogel, Susanne Åkesson, Staffan Bensch: The genetics of migration on the move (Abstract). In: Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 26, 2011, p. 561 - 569 [migration, genetics, phenotype, migratory traits, orientation, direction, timing].

  • Miriam Liedvogel, Charlie Cornwallis, Ben C. Sheldon: Integrating candidate gene and quantitative genetic approaches to understand variation in timing of breeding in wild tit populations (Abstract). In: Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 25, 2012, p. 813 - 823 [animal model, breeding, candidate gene, circadian clock, heritability, polymorphism, quantitative genetics, timing, wild population].

  • M. Liedvogel, B. Chapman, R. Muheim, S. Åkesson: The behavioural ecology of animal movement – synthesis and future directions. In: Animal Migration . 1, 2013, p. 39 - 46.

  • M. Lundberg, J. Boss, B. Canbäck, M. Liedvogel, K.W. Larson, M. Grahn, S. Åkesson, S. Bensch, A. Wright: Characterisation of a transcriptome to find sequence differences between two differentially migrating subspecies of the willow warbler Phylloscopus trochilus. In: BMC Genomics . 14, 2013, p. 330 - 340.

  • K. Larson, M. Liedvogel, S. Bensch, S. Åkesson, L. Wassenaar, K. Hobson: Inferring the ecology of willow warblers during their winter moult by sequential stable isotope analyses of remiges. In: Journal of Avian Biology. 44, 2013, p. 561 - 566.

  • Miriam Liedvogel: Dispersal – dispersing across scales and disciplines. In: Trends in Ecology & Evolution . 28, 2013, p. 385 - 386.

  • Miriam Liedvogel, Max Lundberg: The genetics of animal movement and migration syndromes. In: Animal Movement Across Scales . (Ed. L.-A. Hansson, S. Åkesson) Oxford University Press : Oxford University Press , 2014.

  • R. Muheim, J. Boström, S. Åkesson, M. Liedvogel: Sensory mechanisms of animal orientation and navigation. In: Animal Movement Across Scales . (Ed. L.-A. Hansson, S. Åkesson) Oxford University Press : Oxford University Press , 2014.

  • S. Åkesson, J. Boström, M. Liedvogel, R. Muheim: Animal Navigation. In: Animal Movement Across Scales. (Ed. L.-A. Hansson, S. Åkesson) Oxford University Press : Oxford University Press , 2014.

  • R. Muheim, M. Liedvogel: The Light-dependent Magnetic Compass. In: Photobiology. The Science of Life and Light. (Ed. L.O. Björn) Netherlands: Springer Netherlands, 2014.

Marquardt, Prof. Dr. Andreas Sebastian

University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Field of research: Biochemistry
Host: Prof. Dr. Björn R. Olsen Harvard Medical School
  • Sebastian Marquardt, Dane Z. Hazelbaker and Stephen Buratowski : Distinct RNA degradation pathways and 3' extensions of yeast non-coding RNA species. In: Transcription. 2, issue 3, 2011, p. 145 - 154 [non-coding RNA, CUT, SUT, bidirectional promoter, divergent transcription, long non-coding RNA, Xrn1, non-coding transcript turnover, NMD, chromatin].

Nestler, Dr. Josefine

, Germany
Field of research: Molecular biology
Host: Dr. Matthias Wissuwa Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciencs (JIRCAS)
  • Josefine Nestler, Matthias Wissuwa: Superior root hair formation confers root efficiency in some, but not all, rice genotypes upon P deficiency. In: Frontiers in Plant Science. 7, 2016, p. 1935 [field, longevity, phosphorus, rice, root efficiency, root hair, root type].

Niehuis, Prof. Dr. Oliver

Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany
Field of research: Evolution
Host: Prof. Dr. Jürgen Gadau Arizona State University
  • O Niehuis, AK Judson, J Gadau: Cytonuclear genic incompatibilities cause increased mortality in male F2 hybrids of Nasonia giraulti and Nasonia vitripennis. In: Genetics. 178, 2008, p. 413 - 426 [evolutionary biology, speciation, genetics].

  • J Gadau, O Niehuis, A Peire, JH Werren, E Baudry, LW Beukeboom: The Jewel Wasp Nasonia. In: Genome Mapping and Genomics in Arthropods. (Ed. Wayne Hunter, Chittaranjan Kole) Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer, 2008, p. 27 - 41 [evolutionary biology, genetics, genome mapping].

  • O Niehuis, AK. Judson, JH Werren, W Hunter, PM Dang, SE Dowd, B Grillenberger, LW Beukeboom, J Gadau: Species diagnostic single-nucleotide polymorphism and sequence-tagged site markers for the parasitic wasp genus Nasonia (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae). In: Journal of Economic Entomology. 100, 2007, p. 1033 - 1036 [applied entomology, pest control, taxonomy].

  • CK Ellison, O Niehuis, J Gadau: Hybrid breakdown and mitochondrial dysfunction in hybrids of Nasonia parasitoid wasps. In: Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 21, 2008, p. 1844 - 1851 [evolutionary biology, speciation, genetics].

  • O Niehuis, JD Gibson, MS Rosenberg, BA Pannebakker, T Koevoets, AK Judson, CA Desjardins, K Kennedy, D Duggan, LW Beukeboom, L van de Zande, DM Shuker, JH Werren, J Gadau: Recombination and its impact on the genome of the haplodiploid parasitoid wasp Nasonia. In: PLoS ONE. 5 (1), 2010, p. e8597 [recombination, adaptive evolution, genome organization, Hymenoptera].

  • J Kim, R Cunningham, B James, S Wyder, JD Gibson, O Niehuis, EM Zdobnov, HM Robertson, GE Robinson, JH Werren, S Sinha: Functional characterization of transcription factor motives using cross-species comparison across large evolutionary distances. In: PLoS Computional Biology. 6 (1), 2010, p. e1000652 [comparative genomics, transcription factors, Nasonia].

  • JD Gibson, O Niehuis, BC Verrelli, J Gadau: Contrasting patterns of selective constraints in nuclear encoded genes of the oxidative phosphorylation pathway in holometabolous insects and their possible role in hybrid breakdown in Nasonia. In: Heredity. 104, 2010, p. 310 - 317 [positive selection, purifying selection, compensatory co-adaptation, cytonuclear interactions, mitochondria, OXPHOS pathway, Nasonia].

  • JH Werren, S Richards, CA Desjardins, O Niehuis, J Gadau, JK Colbourne, LW Beukeboom, C Desplan, CG Elsik, CJ Grimmelikhuijzen, P Kitts, JA Lynch, T Murphy, DC Oliveira, CD Smith, L van de Zande, KC Worley, EM Zdobnov, et al.: Functional and evolutionary insights from the genomes of three parasitoid Nasonia species. In: Science. 327, 2010, p. 343 - 348 [Nasonia, whole-genome shotgun sequencing, comparative genomics, evolutionary genomics, speciation].

  • LW Beukeboom, O Niehuis, BA Pannebakker, T Koevoets, JD Gibson, DM Shuker, L van de Zande, J Gadau: A comparison of recombination frequencies in intraspecific versus interspecific mapping populations of Nasonia parasitoid wasps. In: Heredity. 104, 2010, p. 302 - 309 [hybrids, linkage map, microsatellites, recombination, insects, speciation].

  • O Niehuis, A Hofmann, CM Naumann, B Misof: Evolutionary history of the burnet moth genus Zygaena Fabricius, 1775 (Lepidoptera: Zygaenidae) inferred from nuclear and mitochondrial sequence data: phylogeny, host-plant association, wing pattern evolution, and historical biogeography. In: Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 92, 2007, p. 501 - 520 [phylogenetics, Lepidoptera].

  • B Misof, O Niehuis, I Bischoff, A Rickert, D Erpenbeck, A Staniczek: Towards an 18S phylogeny of hexapods: Accounting for group-specific character covariance in optimized mixed nucleotide/doublet models. In: Zoology. 110, 2007, p. 409 - 429 [phylogenetics, molecular evolution, insects].

  • B Ullrich, K Reinhold, O Niehuis, B Misof: Secondary structure and phylogenetic analysis of the Internal Transcribed Spacers 1 and 2 of bush crickets (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae: Barbitistini). In: Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research. 48, 2010, p. 219 - 228 [Orthoptera, phylogenetics].

  • BA Pannebakker, O Niehuis, A Hedley, J Gadau, DM Shucker: The distribution of microsatellites in the Nasonia parasitoid wasp genome. In: Insect Molecular Biology. 19, 2010, p. 91 - 98 [Nasonia, comparative genomics].

  • O Niehuis, J Korb: Isolation and characterization of seventeen polymorphic microsatellite markers in the cleptoparasitic cuckoo wasp Hedychrum nobile (Hymenoptera: Chrysididae). In: Conservation Genetics Resources. 2, 2010, p. 253 - 256 [Hymenoptera, Chrysididae, molecular markers].

  • J Canales-Delgadillo, L Scott-Morales, O Niehuis, J Korb: Isolation and characterization of nine microsatellite loci in the endangered Worthen's Sparrow (Spizella wortheni). In: Conservation Genetics Resources. 2, 2010, p. 151 - 153 [Aves, molecular markers].

  • CR Smith, CD Smith, HM Robertson, M Helmkampf, A Zimin, M Yandell, C Holt, H Hu, E Abouheif, R Benton, E Cash, V Croset, CR Currie, E Elhaik, CG Elsik, MJ Favé, V Fernandes, JD Gibson, D Graur, W Gronenberg, KJ Grubbs, DE Hagen, AS Viniegra, BR Johnson, RM Johnson, A Khila, JW Kim, KA Mathis, MC Munoz-Torres, MC Murphy, JA Mustard, R Nakamura, O Niehuis, S Nigam, RP Overson, JE Placek, R Rajakumar, JT Reese, G Suen, S Tao, CW Torres, ND Tsutsui, L Viljakainen, F Wolschin, J Gadau: A draft genome of the red harvester ant Pogonomyrmex barbatus. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 108, 2011, p. 5667 - 5672.

  • O Niehuis, J Büllesbach, A Judson, T Schmitt, J Gadau: Genetics of cuticular hydrocarbon differences between males of the parasitoid wasps Nasonia giraulti and Nasonia vitripennis. In: Heredity. 107, 2011, p. 61 - 70 [Nasonia, quantitative trait locus (QTL) mapping].

  • RS Peters, B Meyer, L Krogmann, J Borner, K Meusemann, K Schütte, O Niehuis, B Misof: The taming of an impossible child: a standardized all-in approach to the phylogeny of Hymenoptera using public database sequences. In: BMC Biology. 9, 2011, p. 55 [Hymenoptera, phylogenomics, bioinformatic pipeline].

  • T Koevoets, O Niehuis, L van de Zande, L Beukeboom: Hybrid incompatibilities in the parasitic wasp genus Nasonia: negative effects of hemizygosity and the identification of transmission ratio distortion loci. In: Heredity . 108, 2012, p. 302 - 311 [Nasonia, speciation].

  • BM von Reumont, RA Jenner, MA Wills, E Dell’Ampio, G Pass, I Ebersberger, B Meyer, S Koenemann, TM Iliffe, A Stamatakis, O Niehuis, K Meusemann, B Misof: Pancrustacean phylogeny in the light of new phylogenomic data: support for Remipedia as the possible sister group of Hexapoda. In: Molecular Biology and Evolution. 29, 2012, p. 1031 - 1045 [phylogenomics, Arthropoda].

  • H Pohl, O Niehuis, K Gloyna, B Misof, RG Beutel: A new species of Mengenilla (Insecta, Strepsiptera) from Tunisia. In: ZooKeys. 198, 2012, p. 79 - 101 [Strepsiptera, taxonomy].

  • O Niehuis, G Hartig, S Grath, H Pohl, J Lehmann, H Tafer, A Donath, V Krauss, C Eisenhardt, J Hertel, M Petersen, C Mayer, K Meusemann, RS Peters, PF Stadler, RG Beutel, E Bornberg-Bauer, DD McKenna, B Misof: Genomic and morphological evidence converge to resolve the enigma of Strepsiptera. In: Current Biology. 22, 2012, p. 1309 - 1313.

  • G Hartig, RS Peters, J Borner, C Etzbauer, B Misof, O Niehuis: Oligonucleotide primers for targeted amplification of single-copy nuclear genes in apocritan Hymenoptera. In: PLoS ONE. 7, 2012, p. e39826.

  • CA Desjardins, J Gadau, JA Lopez, O Niehuis, A Avery, DW Loehlin, S Richards, JK Colbourne, JH Werren: Fine scale mapping of the Nasonia genome to chromosomes using a high-density genotyping microarray. In: G3 Genes | Genomes | Genetics. 3, 2013, p. 205 - 215.

  • O Niehuis, J Büllesbach, JD Gibson, D Pothmann, C Hanner, NS Mutti, AK Judson, J Gadau, J Ruther, T Schmitt: Behavioural and genetic analyses on Nasonia shed light on the evolution of sex pheromones. In: Nature. 494, 2013, p. 345 - 348 [Nasonia, chemical ecology, genetics, evolution].

  • JD Gibson, O Niehuis, BRE Peirson, EI Cash, J Gadau: Genetic and developmental basis of F2 hybrid breakdown in Nasonia parasitoid wasps. In: Evolution. 67, 2013, p. 2124 - 2132 [Nasonia, speciation].

  • JD Evans, SJ Brown, KJ Hackett, G Robinson, S Richards, D Lawson, C Elsik, J Coddington, O Edwards, S Emrich, T Gabaldon, M Goldsmith, G Hanes, B Misof, M Muñoz-Torres, O Niehuis, A Papanicolaou, M Pfrender, M Poelchau, M Purcell-Miramontes, HM Robertson, O Ryder, D Tagu, T Torres, E Zdobnov, G Zhang, X Zhou: The i5K initiative: advancing arthropod genomics for knowledge, human health, agriculture, and the environment. In: Journal of Heredity. 104, 2013, p. 595 - 600 [insects, comparative genomics].

  • RS Peters, K Meusemann, M Petersen, C Mayer, J Wilbrandt, T Ziesmann, A Donath, KM Kjer, U Aspöck, H Aspöck, A Aberer, A Stamatakis, F Friedrich, F Hünefeld, O Niehuis, RG Beutel, B Misof : The evolutionary history of holometabolous insects inferred from transcriptome-based phylogeny and comprehensive morphological data. In: BMC Evolutionary Biology. 14, 2014, p. 52 [insects, phylogenomics, comparative morphology].

  • B Misof, S Liu, K Meusemann, RS Peters, A Donath, C Mayer, PB Frandsen, J Ware, T Flouri, RG Beutel, O Niehuis, M Petersen, F Izquierdo-Carrasco, T Wappler, J Rust, et al.: Phylogenomics resolves the timing and pattern of insect evolution. In: Science. 346, 2014, p. 763 - 767 [insects, phylogenomics, molecular dating, evolution].

  • KM Kjer, JL Ware, J Rust, T Wappler, R Lanfear, LS Jermiin, X Zhou, H Aspöck, U Aspöck, RG Beutel, A Blanke, A Donath, T Flouri, PB Frandsen, P Kapli, AY Kawahara, H Letsch, C Mayer, DD McKenna, K Meusemann, O Niehuis, RS Peters, BM Wiegmann, DK Yeates, BM von Reumont, A Stamatakis, B Misof: INSECT PHYLOGENOMICS. Response to Comment on "Phylogenomics resolves the timing and pattern of insect evolution". In: Science. 349, 2015, p. 487 [insects, phylogenomics, molecular dating].

  • M Wurdack, S Herbertz, D Dowling, J Kroiss, E Strohm, H Baur, O Niehuis, T Schmitt: Striking cuticular hydrocarbon dimorphism in the mason wasp Odynerus spinipes and its possible evolutionary cause (Hymenoptera: Chrysididae, Vespidae). In: Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 282, 2015, p. 20151777 [Hymenoptera, chemical ecology, evolution].

  • S Liu, X Wang, L Xie, M Tan, Z Li, X Su, H Zhang, B Misof, K Kjer, M Tang, O Niehuis, H Jiang, X Zhou: Mitochondrial capture enriches mito-DNA 100 folds enabling PCR-free mitogenomics biodiversity analysis. In: Molecular Ecology Resources. 16, 2016, p. 470 - 479 [molecular methods, target DNA enrichment, barcoding].

  • C Mayer, M Sann, A Donath, M Meixner, L Podsiadlowski, RS Peters, M Petersen, K Meusemann, K Liere, JW Wägele, B Misof, C Bleidorn, M Ohl, O Niehuis : BaitFisher: a software package for multispecies target DNA enrichment probe design. In: Molecular Biology and Evolution. 33, 2016, p. 1875 - 1886 [molecular methods, target DNA enrichment, phylogenomics].

  • J Ruther, ÅK Hagström, B Brandstetter, J Hofferberth, A Bruckmann, F Semmelmann, M Fink, H Lowack, S Laberer, O Niehuis, R Deutzmann, C Löfstedt, R Sterner: Epimerisation of chiral hydroxylactones by short-chain dehydrogenases/reductases accounts for sex pheromone evolution in Nasonia. In: Scientific Reports. 6, 2016, p. 34697 [Nasonia, chemical ecology, molecular evolution].

  • T Pauli, L Vedder, D Dowling, K Meusemann, A Donath, L Podsiadlowski, RS Peters, C Mayer, S Liu, X Zhou, P Heger, T Wiehe, L Hering, G Mayer, B Misof, O Niehuis : Transcriptomic data from arthropods shed new light on the evolution of insulator proteins in insects. In: BMC Genomics. 17, 2016, p. 861 [insects, comparative genomics].

  • M Niehuis, O Niehuis: Nachweise des Johannisbeer-Prachtkäfers (Agrilus ribesi Schaefer, 1946) in Bayern und Funde der Art in Pfälzerwald und am Haardtrand (Rheinland-Pfalz) (Coleoptera: Buprestidae). In: Fauna und Flora in Rheinland-Pfalz. 13, 2016, p. 489 - 494 [faunistics].

  • M Niehuis, O Niehuis: Fund des Großen Wespenbocks – Necydalis major (L., 1758) – in der Pfalz (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae). In: Fauna und Flora in Rheinland-Pfalz. 12, 2013, p. 1029 - 1034 [Coleoptera, faunistics].

  • G Reder, O Niehuis: Nachweise von Chrysura rufiventris (Dahlbom, 1854) in Deutschland und weitere bemerkenswerte Wespenfunde in Baden-Württemberg, Hessen und Rheinland-Pfalz (Hymenoptera: Aculeata). In: Ampulex. 6, 2014, p. 5 - 12 [Hymenoptera, Aculeata, faunistics].

  • M Herrmann, O Niehuis: Erste Nachweise von Chrysis marginata aliunda Linsenmaier, 1959, in Deutschland und der Schweiz und Hinweise zum Wirt dieser sich ausbreitenden Goldwespe (Hymenoptera, Chrysididae). In: Ampulex. 7, 2015, p. 6 - 11 [Hymenoptera, Chrysididae, faunistics, ecology].

  • O Niehuis, B Misof: Die Evolutionsgeschichte der Rotwidderchen-Gattung Zygaena: Phylogenie, Wirtspflanzen-Assoziation, Biogeographie. In: Berichte des naturwissenschaftlich-medizinischen Vereins Innsbruck, Supplementum. 17, 2007, p. 166 [Lepidoptera, phylogenetics].

  • O Niehuis, G Hartig, S Grath, H Pohl, J Lehmann, H Tafer, A Donath, V Krauss, C Eisenhardt, J Hertel, M Petersen, C Mayer, K Meusemann, RS Peters, PF Stadler, RG Beutel, E Bornberg-Bauer, DD McKenna, B Misof: Erratum: Genomic and morphological evidence converge to resolve the enigma of Strepsiptera. In: Current Biology. 23, 2012, p. 1388.

Nimmerjahn, Prof. Dr. Axel

Salk Institute for Biological Studies, United States of America
Field of research: Neurobiology
Host: Dr. Mark J. Schnitzer Stanford University
  • Axel Nimmerjahn, Eran A. Mukamel, Mark J. Schnitzer: Motor behavior activates Bergmann glial networks. In: Neuron. 62, 2009, p. 400 - 412 [Bergmann glia, cerebellum, calcium imaging, in vivo, behavior].

  • Eran A. Mukamel, Axel Nimmerjahn, and Mark J. Schnitzer: Automated analysis of cellular signals from large-scale calcium imaging data. In: Neuron. 63, 2009, p. 747 - 760 [Automated analysis, calcium imaging, cerebellum, Purkinje cell, Bergmann glia, behavior].

Pester, Dr. Michael

Universität Konstanz, Germany
Field of research: Microbe ecology
Host: Prof. Dr. Manuela Baccarini Universität Wien
  • Michael Pester, Norbert Bittner, Pinsuran Deevong, Michael Wagner, Alexander Loy: A 'rare biosphere' microorganism contributes to sulfate reduction in a peatland. In: ISME Journal. 4, 2010, p. 1591 - 1602 [rare biosphere; sulfur cycle; peatlands; keystone species; global warming; sulfate reduction].

  • Doris Steger, Cecilia Wentrup, Christina Braunegger, Pinsurang Deevong, Manuel Hofer, Michael Pester, Michael Wagner, Alexander Loy: Microorganisms with novel dissimilatory (bi)sulfite reductase genes are widespread and core microbiota in low-sulfate peatlands. In: Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 77, 2011, p. 1231 - 1242 [peatlands; sulfate reduction; rare biosphere; core microbiota; sulfur cycle; microarray analysis; quantitative PCR].

  • Michael Pester, Christa Schleper, Michael Wagner: The Thaumarchaeota: an emerging view of their phylogeny and ecophysiology. In: Current Opinion in Microbiology. 14, 2011, p. 300 - 306 [ammonia oxidation; nitrification; nitrogen cycle; Archaea; Thaumarchaea; soil].

  • Alexander Loy, Michael Pester: Probing identity and physiology of uncultured microorganisms with isotopic labeling techniques. In: Geomicrobiology: Molecular and Environmental Perspective.. (Ed. Larry L. Barton, Martin Mandl and Alexander Loy) Heidelberg: Springer, 2010, p. 127 - 146 [methods, stable isotope probing, MAR-FISH, Raman spectroscopy, NanoSIMS, labeling techniques, environmental microbiology, review].

  • Alexander Loy, Michael Pester, Doris Steger: Phylogenetic microarrays for cultivation-independent identification and metabolic characterization of microorganisms in complex samples. In: Methods in Molecular Biology. 688, 2011, p. 187 - 206 [microarray, microbial ecology].

  • Michael Pester,Thomas Rattei, Stefan Flechl, Alexander Gröngröft, Andreas Richter, Jörg Overmann, Barbara Reinhold-Hurek, Alexander Loy, Michael Wagner: amoA-based consensus phylogeny of ammonia-oxidizing archaea and deep sequencing of amoA genes from soils of four different geographic regions. In: Environmental Microbiology. 14, 2012, p. 525 - 539 [nitrification, amoA, ammmonia oxidation, next-generation sequencing].

  • Michael Pester, Klaus-Holger Knorr, Michael W. Friedrich, Michael Wagner, Alexander Loy. : Sulfate reducing microorganisms in wetlands – fameless actors in carbon cycling and climate change. In: Frontiers in Microbiology. 3, 2012, [sulfate reduction, hidden sulfur cycle, dsrAB].

  • Verona Vandieken, Michael Pester, Niko Finke, J.-H. Hyun, Michael W. Friedrich, Alexander Loy, Bo Thamdrup: Three manganese oxide-rich marine sediments harbor similar communities of acetate-oxidizing manganese-reducing bacteria. In: ISME Journal. 6, 2012, p. 2078 - 2090.

Peter, Dr. Emanuel

The Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic
Field of research: Biophysics
Host: Prof. Dr. Joan-Emma Shea University of California, Santa Barbara
  • Emanuel Peter, Joan-Emma Shea: A hybrid MD-kMC algorithm for folding proteins in explicit solvent. In: Physical chemistry and chemical physics. 2014, [Kinetic Monte Carlo, Protein folding, molecular dynamics, all-atom].

  • Emanuel Peter, M. Agarwal, B-K. Kim, I. V. Pivkin, J-E. Shea: How water layers on graphene affect folding and adsorption of TrpZip2. In: Journal of Chemical Physics. 141, 2014, p. 22D511 [Graphene, Water, Protein folding, TrpZip2].

  • Emanuel Peter, Igor V. Pivkin, Joan-Emma Shea: A kMC-MD method with generalized move-sets for the simulation of folding of alpha-helical and beta-stranded peptides. In: Journal of Chemical Physics. 142, 2015, p. 144903 [Protein folding, Simulation, Algorithim, kinetic Monte Carlo, Explicit Water, GB1, TrpZip4, Molecular Dynamics].

Pletzer, Dr. Daniel

University of British Columbia, Canada
Field of research: Microbiology
Host: Prof. Dr. Robert Hancock University of British Columbia
  • Daniel Pletzer, Bob Hancock: Anti-biofilm peptides: Potential as broad-spectrum agents. In: J Bacteriol.. 198(19), 2016, p. 2572 - 2578.

  • Daniel Pletzer, Shannon Coleman, Robert Hancock: Anti-biofilm peptides as a new weapon in antimicrobial warfare. In: Current Opinion in Microbiology. 33, 2016, p. 35 - 40.

  • Sarah C. Mansour, Daniel Pletzer, Cesar de la Fuente-Núñez, Paul Kim, Gordon Y. Cheung, HS Joo, Michael Otto, Robert E.W. Hancock.: Bacterial Abscess Formation Is Controlled by the Stringent Stress Response and Can Be Targeted Therapeutically. In: EBioMedicine. 2016.

  • Pletzer D, Mansour SC, Wuerth K, Rahanjam N, Hancock RE: New Mouse Model for Chronic Infections by Gram-Negative Bacteria Enabling the Study of Anti-Infective Efficacy and Host-Microbe Interactions. In: MBio. 8(1), 2017.

  • Corrie R. Belanger, Sarah C. Mansour, Daniel Pletzer and Robert E.W. Hancoc: Alternative strategies for the study and treatment of clinical bacterial biofilms. In: Emerging Topics in Life Sciences. 1, 2017.

Rehfeldt, Dr. Florian

Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany
Field of research: Cell biophysics
Host: Prof. Dr. Dennis E. Discher University of Pennsylvania
  • Florian Rehfeldt, André E. X. Brown , Matthew Raab , Shenshen Cai , Allison L. Zajac , Assaf Zemel and Dennis E. Discher: Hyaluronic acid matrices show matrix stiffness in 2D and 3D dictates cytoskeletal order and myosin-II phosphorylation within stem cells. In: Integrative Biology. 4 (4), 2012, p. 422 - 430 [biophysics, cell mechanics, matrix mechanics, hydrogel, biocompatible, cytoskeleton, bio engineering].

  • Assaf Zemel, Florian Rehfeldt, Andre E. X. Brown, Dennis E. Discher, and Samuel A. Safran: Optimal matrix rigidity for stress-fibre polarization in stem cells. In: Nature Physics. 6, 2012, p. 468 - 473.

Reichenbach, Dr. Tobias

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU), Germany
Field of research: Biophysics of sensory cells
Host: Prof. Dr. A. James Hudspeth Rockefeller University
  • Maximilian Berr, Tobias Reichenbach, Martin Schottenloher, Erwin Frey: Zero-one survival behavior of cyclically competing species. In: Phys. Rev. Lett. . 102, 2009, p. 048102 [biophysics, ecology,statistics].

  • Jonas Cremer, Tobias Reichenbach, Erwin Frey: Neutral evolution can maintain cooperation in social dilemmas. In: New J. Physics. 11, 2009, p. 093029 [biophysics, ecology, statistics].

  • Tobias Reichenbach, A. J. Hudspeth: A ratchet mechanism for amplification in low-frequency mammalian hearing. In: Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A.. 107, 2010, p. 4973 - 4978 [biophysics, neuroscience, computational biology].

  • Benjamin Andrae, Jonas Cremer, Tobias Reichenbach, Erwin Frey: Entropy production of cyclic population dynamics. In: Phys. Rev. Lett.. 104, 2010, p. 218102 [biophysics, ecology, statistics].

  • Anton A. Winkler, Tobias Reichenbach, Erwin Frey: Coexistence in a one-dimensional cyclic dominance process. In: Phys. Rev. E. 81, 2010, p. 060901(R) [biophysics, ecology, statistics].

  • Tobias Reichenbach and A. J. Hudspeth: Dual contribution to amplification in the mammalian inner ear. In: Phys. Rev. Lett.. 105, 2010, p. 118102 [Biophysics, neuroscience, computational biology].

  • Steffen Rulands, Tobias Reichenbach, Erwin Frey: Threefold way to extinction in populations of cyclically competing species. In: J. Stat. Mech.. 105, 2011, p. L01003 [biophysics, ecology, statistics].

Rödl, Dr. Thomas

Technische Universität München, Germany
Field of research: Behavioural physiology, ethology
Host: Prof. Dr. Martin Wikelski Princeton University
  • Thomas Rödl, Silke Berger, L. Michael Romero, Martin Wikelski: Tameness and stress physiology in a predator-naïve island species confronted with novel predation threat. In: Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 274, 2007, p. 577 - 582 [anti-predator behaviour, corticosterone, endocrinology, HPA stress axis, island biogeography, Galapagos].

  • Silke Berger, Martin Wikelski, L. Michael Romero, Elisabeth K. V. Kalko, Thomas Rödl: Behavioral and physiological adjustments to new predation threat in an endemic island species, the Galápagos marine iguana. In: Hormones and Behavior. 52, 2007, p. 653 - 663 [behavioral biology, ecological physiology, island biology, conservation biology ].

Schmidt-Riddle, Dr. Saskia

Bayer AG, Germany
Field of research: Neurobiology
Host: Prof. Dr. Frank Brombacher University of Cape Town
  • Sonja Mendritzki, Saskia Schmidt, Teresa Sczepan, Xinran Zhu, Daniel Segelcke, Hermann Lübbert: Spinal cord pathology in alpha-synuclein transgenic mice. In: Parkinson`s Disease. ID 375462, 2010, p. 1 - 9.

  • Saskia Schmidt, Bettina Linnartz, Sonja Mendritzki, Teresa Sczepan, Matthias Lübbert, Christine Stichel, Hermann Lübbert: Genetic mouse models for Parkinson's disease display severe pathology in glial cell mitochondria. In: Human Molecular Genetics. 20, 2011, p. 1197 - 1211.

  • Saskia Schmidt, J Claire Hoving, William G C Horsnell, Helen Mearns, Antony J Cutler, Tiroyaone M Brombacher, Frank Brombacher: Nippostrongylus-Induced Intestinal Hypercontractility Requires IL-4 Receptor Alpha-Responsiveness by T Cells in Mice. In: PloS One. 7 (12), 2012, p. e52211.

Schnier, Dr. Joachim

University of California, Davis, United States of America
Field of research: Genetics
Host: Prof. Dr. Terrance Leighton University of California, Berkeley
  • R Maselli, H Dris, J Schnier, J Cockrell, R Wollmann: Congenital myasthenic syndrome caused by two non-N88K rapsyn mutations. . In: Clin Genet. . 72, 2007, p. 63 - 65 [myasthenia gravis, rapsyn, mutation].

  • JB Schnier, K Nishi, WR Harley, FA Gorin: An acidic environment changes cyclin D1 localization and alters colony forming ability in gliomas. . In: J Neurooncol. . 89, 2008, p. 19 - 26 [glioblastoma, acidosis, cyclin D1, cell survival].

  • Joachim Schnier: Flash XML Applications. Oxford, UK: Elsevier, Focal Press, 2008, 322 pp. [Adobe Flash, Programming, XML, Database, Actionscript, Movie].

  • K Nishi, H Inoue, JB Schnier, RH Rice: Cyclin D1 downregulation is important for permanent cell cycle exit and initiation of differentiation induced by anchorage-deprivation in human keratinocytes. . In: J Cell Biochem.. 106, 2009, p. 63 - 72 [cyclin D1, keratinocytes, differentiation].

  • DP Richman, K Nishi, SW Morell, JM Chang, MJ Ferns, RL Wollmann, RA Maselli, J Schnier, MA Agius : Acute severe animal model of anti-muscle-specific kinase myasthenia: combined postsynaptic and presynaptic changes. . In: Arch Neurol.. 69, 2012, p. 453 - 460 [myasthenia gravis, animal model].

  • DP Richman, K Nishi, MJ Ferns, J Schnier, P Pytel, RA Maselli, MA Agius: Animal models of antimuscle-specific kinase myasthenia. . In: Ann N Y Acad Sci. . 1274, 2012, p. 140 - 147 [Myasthenia gravis, animal model].

Schnurbusch, Dr. habil. Thorsten

Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzengenetik und Kulturpflanzenforschung (IPK), Germany
Field of research: Molecular genetics
Host: Prof. Dr. Peter Langridge University of Adelaide
  • Tim Sutton, Ute Baumann, Julie Hayes, Nicolas C. Collins, Bu-Jun Shi, Thorsten Schnurbusch, Alison Hay, Gwen Mayo, Margret Pallotta, Mark Tester, Peter Langridge : Boron-toxicity tolerance in barley arising from efflux transporter amplification. In: Science. 318, 2007, p. 1446 - 1449.

  • Livia Tommasini, Thorsten Schnurbusch, Fabio Mascher, Dario Fossati, Beat Keller : Association mapping and validation of Stagonospora nodorum blotch resistance in modern European winter wheat. In: Theor Appl Genetics. 115, 2007, p. 697 - 708.

  • Thorsten Schnurbusch, Nicolas C. Collins, Russell F. Eastwood, Tim Sutton, Stephen P. Jefferies, Peter Langridge : Fine mapping and targeted SNP survey using rice-wheat gene colinearity in the region of the Bo1 boron toxicity tolerance locus of bread wheat. In: Theor Appl Genetics. 115, 2007, p. 451 - 461.

  • Kuldeep Singh, M. Ghai, M. Garg, P. Chhuneja, Thorsten Schnurbusch, Beat Keller, H.S. Dhaliwal: An integrated molecular linkage map of diploid wheat based on a Triticum boeoticum × T. monococcum RIL population. In: Theor Appl Genetics. 115, 2007, p. 301 - 312.

  • PALLOTTA* M., T. SCHNURBUSCH*, J. HAYES, A. HAY, U. BAUMANN, J.G. PAULL, P. LANGRIDGE and T. SUTTON (* joint first-authorship): Molecular basis of adaptation to high soil boron in wheat landraces and elite cultivars. In: Nature. 514, 2014, p. 88 - 91.

  • SREENIVASULU, N. and T. SCHNURBUSCH : A genetic playground for enhancing grain number in cereals. In: Trends Plant Science. 17, 2012, p. 91 - 101.

  • KOPPOLU, R., N. ANWAR, S. SAKUMA, A. TAGIRI, U. LUNDQVIST, M. POURKHEIRANDISH, T. RUTTEN, C. SEILER, A. HIMMELBACH, R. ARIYADASA, H.M. YOUSSEF, N. STEIN, N. SREENIVASULU, T. KOMATSUDA and T. SCHNURBUSCH: Six-rowed spike4 (Vrs4) controls spikelet determinacy and row-type in barley. In: Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 110, 2013, p. 13198 - 13203.

  • ALQUDAH, A.M. and T. SCHNURBUSCH : Awn primordium to tipping is the most decisive developmental phase for spikelet survival in barley . In: Funct Plant Biol . 41, 2014, p. 424 - 436.

  • GAWROŃSKI, P., R. ARIYADASA, A. HIMMELBACH, N. POURSAREBANI, B. KILIAN, N. STEIN, B. STEUERNAGEL, G. HENSEL, J. KUMLEHN, S.K. SEHGAL, B.S. GILL, P. GOULD, A. HALL and T. SCHNURBUSCH : A distorted circadian clock causes early flowering and temperature-dependent variation in spike development in the Eps-3Am mutant of einkorn wheat. In: Genetics . 196, 2014, p. 1253 - 1261.

  • POURSAREBANI, N., T. NUSSBAUMER, H. ŠIMKOVÁ, J. ŠAFÁŘ, H. WITSENBOER, J. VAN OEVEREN, J. DOLEŽEL, K.F.X. MAYER, N. STEIN and T. SCHNURBUSCH : Whole genome profiling (WGP) and shotgun sequencing delivers an anchored, gene-decorated, physical map assembly of bread wheat chromosome 6A. In: Plant J. 79, 2014, p. 334 - 347.

  • ALQUDAH, A.M., R. SHARMA, R.K. PASAM, A. GRANER, B. KILIAN and T. SCHNURBUSCH : Genetic dissection of photoperiod response based on GWAS of pre-anthesis phase duration in spring barley . In: PLoS ONE . 9, 2014, p. e113120.

  • GUO, Z., D. CHEN and T. SCHNURBUSCH : Variance components, heritability and correlation analysis of anther and ovary size during the floral development of bread wheat. In: J Exp Bot . 66, 2015, p. 3099 - 3111.

  • GUO, Z. and T. SCHNURBUSCH: Variation of floret fertility in hexaploid wheat revealed by tiller removal. In: J Exp Bot . 66, 2015, p. 5945 - 5958.

  • POURSAREBANI, N., T. SEIDENSTICKER, R. KOPPOLU, C. TRAUTEWIG, P. GAWROŃSKI, F. BINI, G. GOVIND, T. RUTTEN, S. SAKUMA, A. TAGIRI, G.M. WOLDE, H.M. YOUSSEF, A. BATTAL, S. CIANNAMEA, T. FUSCA, T. NUSSBAUMER, C. POZZI, A. BÖRNER, U. LUNDQVIST, T. KOMATSUDA, S. SALVI, R. TUBEROSA, C. UAUY, N. SREENIVASULU, L. ROSSINI and T. SCHNURBUSCH : The genetic basis of composite spike form in barley and ‘Miracle-Wheat’ . In: Genetics . 201, 2015, p. 155 - 165.

Schupp, Prof. Dr. Peter

Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Germany
Field of research: Ecology
Host: Prof. Dr. Peter Steinberg University of New South Wales
  • Sven Rohde and Peter. J. Schupp: Allocation of chemical and structural defenses in the sponge Melophlus sarasinorum. In: Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 399, 2010, p. 76 - 83 [Porifera, sponges, optimal defense theory, predator-prey interactions, chemical defense, structural defense, secondary metabolites, spicules, Melophlus].

  • S. Matthew, L. Salvador, P.J. Schupp, V. Paul, H. Luesch: Cytotoxic Halogenated Macrolides and Modified Peptides from the Apratoxin-Producing Marine Cyanobacterium Lyngbya bouillonii from Guam. In: Journal of Natural Products. 73, 2010, p. 1544 - 1552.

  • H. Ehrlicha, M. Ilan, M. Maldonado, G. Muricy, G. Bavestrello, Z. Kljajic , J.L. Carballo, S. Schiaparelli, A. Ereskovsky, P. Schupp, R. Born, H. Worch, V.V. Bazhenov, D. Kurek, V. Varlamov, D. Vyalikh, K. Kummer, V.V. Sivkov, S.L. Molodtsov, H. Meissner, G. Richter, E. Steck, W. Richter, S. Hunoldt, M. Kammer, S. Paasch, V. Krasokhin, G. Patzke, E. Brunner: Three-dimensional chitin-based scaffolds from Verongida sponges (Demospongiae: Porifera). Part I. Isolation and identification of chitin. In: International Journal of Biological Macromolecules. 47, 2010, p. 132 - 140 [Chitin Scaffold Sponges].

  • H. Ehrlicha, M. Ilan, M. Maldonado, G. Muricy, G. Bavestrello, Z. Kljajic , J.L. Carballo, S. Schiaparelli, A. Ereskovsky, P. Schupp, R. Born, H. Worch, V.V. Bazhenov, D. Kurek, V. Varlamov, D. Vyalikh, K. Kummer, V.V. Sivkov, S.L. Molodtsov, H. Meissner, G. Richter, E. Steck, W. Richter, S. Hunoldt, M. Kammer, S. Paasch, V. Krasokhin, G. Patzke, E. Brunner: Three-dimensional chitin-based scaffolds from Verongida sponges (Demospongiae: Porifera). Part I. Isolation and identification of chitin. In: International Journal of Biological Macromolecules. 47, 2010, p. 132 - 140 [Chitin Scaffold Sponges].

  • KH Sharp, KB Ritchie, PJ Schupp, R Ritson-Williams, VJ Paul: Bacterial Acquisition in Juveniles of Several Broadcast Spawning Coral Species. In: PLoS ONE . 5, 2010, p. e10898.

  • Peter J. Schupp, Claudia Kohlert-Schupp, Susanna Whitefield, Anna Engemann, Sven Rohde, Thomas Hemscheidt, John M. Pezzuto, Tamara P. Kondratyuk, Eun-Jung Park, Laura Marler, Bahman Rostama and Anthony D. Wright: Cancer Chemopreventive and Anticancer Evaluation of Extracts and Fractions from Marine Macro- and Microorganisms Collected from Twilight Zone Waters Around Guam. In: Natural Product Communications. 4, 2009, p. 1717 - 1728 [Chemoprevention, anticancer, NFκB, aromatase, quinone reductase, nitric oxide synthase, DPPH, RXR, MCF-7 and HL-60 proliferation, extracts, fractions, Twilight Zone, Guam, micro-organisms, marine organisms].

  • Makoto Kitamura, Peter J. Schupp, Yoshikatsu Nakano, Daisuke Uemura: Luminaolide, a novel metamorphosis-enhancing macrodiolide for scleractinian coral larvae from crustose coralline algae. In: Tetrahedron Letters. 50, 2009, p. 6606 - 6609 [Luminaolide Enhancer Hydrolithon reinboldii Leptastrea purpurea Coral larvae Crustose coralline algae (CCA)].

  • PJ Schupp, C Kohlert-Schupp, WY Yoshida, TK Hemscheidt: Structure of Pseudocerosine, an Indolic Azafulvene Alkaloid from the Flatworm Pseudoceros indicus. In: Organic Letters . 11, 2009, p. 1111 - 1114.

  • Carsten Thoms · Ute Hentschel · Susanne Schmitt · Peter J. Schupp: Rapid tissue reduction and recovery in the sponge Aplysinella sp. In: Marine Biology. 156, 2008, p. 141 - 153 [sponge tissue reduction sponge microbial community].

  • Carsten Matz, Jeremy S. Webb, Peter J. Schupp, Shui Yen Phang, Anahit Penesyan, Suhelen Egan, Peter Steinberg, Staffan Kjelleberg: Marine Biofilm Bacteria Evade Eukaryotic Predation by Targeted Chemical Defense. In: PLOS ONE. 3, 2008, p. e2744 [marine biofilm predation chemical ecology defense].

  • Carsten Thoms and Peter J Schupp: Activated chemical defenses in marine sponges: a case study on Aplysinella rhax. In: Journal of Chemical Ecology. 34, 2008, p. 1242 - 1252.

  • S Matthew, PJ Schupp, H Luesch: Apratoxin E, a novel cytotoxic peptolide from a Guamanian collection of the marine cyanobacterium Lyngbya bouillonii. In: Journal of Natural Products. 71, 2008, p. 1113 - 1116 [apratoxin cyanobacteria].

  • Carsten Thoms and Peter J Schupp: Chemical defense strategies in sponges: a review. In: Porifera research: biodiversity, innovation and sustainability. (Ed. Custódio MR, Lôbo-Hajdu G, Hajdu E, Muricy G ) Rio de Janeiro: Museu Nacional, 2007, p. 627 - 637 [sponges porifera chemical defense].

  • Sofia Ortlepp, Martin Sjogren, Mia Dahlstrom, Horst Weber, Rainer Ebel, RuAngelie Edrada, Carsten Thoms, Peter Schupp, Lars Bohlin, Peter Proksch: Antifouling Activity of Bromotyrosine-Derived Sponge Metabolites and Synthetic Analogues. In: Marine Biotechnology. 9, 2007, p. 776 - 785 [antifouling Balanus improvisus bastadins bastadin analogues bromotyrosine derivatives natural products].

Schwarz, Dr. Alexandra

The Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic
Field of research: Parasitology
Host: Dr. Michail Kotsyfakis The Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
  • Alexandra Schwarz, James Jason Valdés, Michalis Kotsyfakis : The role of cystatins in tick physiology and blood feeding. In: Ticks and tick-borne diseases . 3, 2012, p. 117 - 127 [ Cystatin, Cysteine proteases, Tick, Immunomodulators, Blood feeding, Midgut, Physiology].

  • Alexandra Schwarz, Václav Hönig, Zuzana Vavrušková, Libor Grubhoffer, Carsten Balczun, Antje Albring, Günter A Schaub: Abundance of Ixodes ricinus and prevalence of Borrelia burgdorferi s.l. in the nature reserve Siebengebirge, Germany, in comparison to three former studies from 1978 onwards. In: Parasites & Vectors. 5, 2012, p. 268 [Ixodes ricinus, Tick density, Borrelia prevalence, Borrelia lusitaniae, Multiple infections, Siebengebirge].

  • Valdés JJ, Schwarz A, Cabeza de Vaca I, Calvo E, Pedra JH, Guallar V, Kotsyfakis M: Tryptogalinin is a tick Kunitz serine protease inhibitor with a unique intrinsic disorder. In: PLOS One. 5, 2013, p. e62562 [Kunitz, tick saliva, human skin ß-tryptase, coarse grain docking, molecular dynamics, protein disorder, homology modeling].

  • Assumpção TC, Ma D, Schwarz A, Reiter K, Santana JM, Andersen JF, Ribeiro JM, Nardone G, Yu LL, Francischetti IM: Salivary antigen-5/CAP family members are Cu2+-dependent antioxidant enzymes that scavenge O2 and inhibit collagen-induced platelet aggregation and neutrophil oxidative burst. In: The Journal of biological chemistry. 288, 2013, p. 14341 - 14361 [Blood, Hemostasis, Inflammation, Insect, Toxins].

Schönberg, Dr. Christine

University of Western Australia, Australia
Field of research: Marine biology
Host: Prof. Dr. Shaun P. Collin University of Queensland
  • Christine Schönberg, Greg Shields: Micro-computed tomography for studies on Entobia: transparent substrate versus modern technology. In: Current Developments in Bioerosion. (Ed. Max Wisshak, Leif Tapanila) Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer, 2008, p. 147 - 164 [Entobia, Chona celato, Cliona orientalis, bioerosion, traces, ichnology, micro-computed tomography].

  • Christine Schönberg: A history of sponge erosion: from past myths and hypotheses to recent approaches. In: Current Developments in Bioerosion. (Ed. Max Wisshak, Leif Tapanila) Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer, 2008, p. 165 [Bioerosion, mechanism, history, mechanical, chemical, microsensors, Cliona celata].

Schöning, Dr. Caspar

Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Field of research: Animal ecology and behavioural ecology
Host: Prof. Dr. Jacobus J. Boomsma University of Copenhagen
  • Caspar Schöning, Darren Ellis, Andrew Fowler, Volker Sommer: Army ant availability and consumption by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes vellerosus) at Gashaka / Nigeria. In: Journal of Zoology. 271, 2007, p. 125 - 133 [chimpanzee, Formicidae, Dorylinae, insectivory, myrmecophagy, food preference].

  • Daniel Kronauer, Caspar Schöning, Lars Vilhelmsen, Jacobus Boomsma: A molecular phylogeny of Dorylus army ants provides evidence for multiple evolutionary transitions in foraging niche. In: BMC Evolutionary Biology . 7, 2007, p. 56 [phylogeny, Dorylinae, sequence data, COI, COII, wingless, male-worker association, worker morphology].

  • Caspar Schöning, Mark Moffett: Driver ants invading a termite nest - why do the most catholic predators of all seldom take this abundant prey?. In: Biotropica. 39, 2007, p. 663 - 667 [army ants, Dorylus (Anomma) rubellus, fungus-growing termites, Lanchester battles, Macrotermes subhyalinus].

  • Caspar Schöning, Washington Njagi, Wanja Kinuthia: Prey spectra of two swarm-raiding army ant species in East Africa. In: Journal of Zoology. 274, 2008, p. 85 - 93 [Dorylus molestus, Dorylus wilverthi, earthworms, Kibale, montane forest, Mount Kenya, polyphagy, predation.].

  • Caspar Schöning, Tatyana Humle, Yasmin Möbius, W.C. McGrew: The nature of culture: Technological variation in chimpanzee predation on army ants revisited. In: Journal of Human Evolution. 55, 2008, p. 48 - 59 [Army ants, chimpanzee, culture, insectivory, predation, tool use.].

  • Caspar Schöning, William H. Gotwald Jr., Daniel J.C. Kronauer, Lars Vilhelmsen: Taxonomy of the African army ant Dorylus gribodoi Emery, 1892 (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) - new insights from DNA sequence data and morphology. In: Zootaxa. 1749, 2008, p. 39 - 52 [Dorylinae, Formicidae, male-worker matching, West Africa.].

  • Caspar Schöning, Csaba Czusdi, Wanja Kinuthia, Joseph Ogutu : Influence of driver ant swarm raids on earthworm prey densities in the Mount Kenya forest: implications for prey population dynamics and colony migrations. In: Insectes Sociaux. 57, 2010, p. 73 - 82 [Driver ants Dorylus molestus Earthworms Predator-prey-interactions].

  • Daniel Kronauer, Caspar Schöning, Patrizia D'Ettore, Jacobus Boomsma: Colony fusion and worker reproduction after queen loss in army ants. In: Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 277, 2010, p. 755 - 763 [Dorylus molestus Kin-selection theory Sociobiology].

  • Crickette Sanz, Caspar Schöning, David Morgan: Chimpanzees prey on army ants with specialized tool set. In: American Journal of Primatology . 72, 2010, p. 17 - 24 [Dorylus Insectivory Republic of Congo Tool use].

  • Caspar Schöning, Leah Shepard, Arunima Sen, Wanja Kinuthia, Joseph Ogutu: Should I stay or should I go now? Patch use by African army ant colonies in relation to food availability and predation. In: Insectes Sociaux. 58, 2011, p. 335 - 343 [Collective decision-making Nomadism Optimal foraging theory Prey depletion].

Selinski, Dr. Jennifer

Universität Osnabrück, Australia
Field of research: Plant physiology
Host: Prof. Dr. James Whelan La Trobe University
  • Inga Hebbelmann, Jennifer Selinski, Corinna Wehmeyer, Tatjana Goss, Ingo Voss, Paula Mulo, Saijaliisa Kangasjärvi, Eva-Mari Aro, Marie-Luise Oelze, Karl-Josef Dietz, Adriano Nunes-Nesi, Phuc Thi-Do, Alisdair R. Fernie, Sai K. Talla, Agepati S. Raghavendra, Vera Linke, Renate Scheibe: Multiple strategies to prevent oxidative stress in Arabidopsis plants lacking the malate valve enzyme NADP-malate dehydrogenase. In: Journal of Experimental Botany. 63, 2012, p. 1445 - 1459 [Malate valve, NADP-malate dehydrogenase, oxidative stress, poising mechanisms, redox homeostasis].

  • Jennifer Selinski, Nicolas König, Benedikt Wellmeyer, Guy T. Hanke, Vera Linke, H. Ekkehard Neuhaus, Renate Scheibe: The plastid-localized NAD-dependent malate dehydrogenase is crucial for energy homeostasis in developing Arabidopsis thaliana seeds. In: Molecular Plant. 7, 2014, p. 170 - 186 [malate valve, plastidial glycolysis, ammonium assimilation, NADH-GOGAT, redox-balance, embryo lethality].

  • Jennifer Selinski, Renate Scheibe: Lack of malate valve capacities lead to improved N-assimilation and growth in transgenic A. thaliana plants. In: Plant Signaling & Behavior . 9, 2014, p. e29057 [malate valve, plastidial glycolysis, ammonium assimilation, nitrate assimilation, energy supply, redox-balance].

  • Jennifer Selinski, Renate Scheibe: Pollen tube growth: where does the energy come from?. In: Plant Signaling & Behavior. 9, 2014, p. e977200 [energy metabolism, plastidial glycolysis, pollen tube growth, respiration, malate].

  • Abhaypratap Vishwakarma, Sarada Devi Tetali, Jennifer Selinski, Renate Scheibe, Kollipara Padmasree: Importance of the alternative oxidase (AOX) pathway in regulating cellular redox and ROS homeostasis to optimize photosynthesis during restriction of the cytochrome oxidase pathway in Arabidopsis thaliana. In: Annals of Botany. 116, 2015, p. 555 - 569 [Alternative oxidase pathway, antimycin A, antioxidants, Arabidopsis thaliana, non-photochemical quenching, photosynthesis, redox, respiration, reactive oxygen species].

  • Jennifer Selinski, Andreas Hartmann, Saskia Höfler, Gabriele Deckers-Hebestreit, Renate Scheibe: Refined method to study the posttranslational regulation of alternative oxidases from Arabidopsis thaliana in vitro. In: Physiologia Plantarum. 157, 2016, p. 264 - 279 [Alternative oxidase, Arabidopsis thaliana, Escherichia coli, enzyme activity, post-translational activation].

  • Marina Kozuleva, Tatjana Goss, Manuel Twachtmann, Katherina Rudi, Jennifer Trapka, Jennifer Selinski, Boris Ivanov, Prashanth Garapati, Heinz-Juergen Steinhoff, Toshiharu Hase, Renate Scheibe, Johann P. Klare, Guy T. Hanke: Ferredoxin:NADP(H) oxidoreductase abundance and location influences redox poise and stress tolerance. In: Plant Physiology. 172, 2016, p. 1480 - 1493 [Ferredoxin:NADP(H) oxidoreductase, Arabidopsis thaliana, redox].

  • Zi-Shan Zhang, Mei-Jun Liu, Renate Scheibe, Jennifer Selinski, Li-Tao Zhang, Cheng Yang, Xiang-Long Meng, Hui-Yuan Gao: Contribution of the alternative respiratory pathway to PSII photoprotection in C3 and C4 plants. In: Molecular Plant. 10, 2017, p. 131 - 142 [alternative oxidase, photoprotection, photosystem II, photorespiration, C3 plant, C4 plants].

  • Jennifer Selinski, Andreas Hartmann, Adrian Kordes, Gabriele Deckers-Hebestreit, James Whelan, Renate Scheibe: Analysis of post-translational activation of alternative oxidase isoforms. In: Plant Physiology. 2017, [Alternative oxidase, Arabidopsis thaliana, enzyme activity, Escherichia coli, heterologous protein expression, isoenzymes, oxygen consumption, plant mitochondria, post-translational regulation, respiratory chain ].

Sohlenkamp, Dr.-Ing. Christian

Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico
Field of research: Microbiology
Host: Prof. Dr. Otto Geiger Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
  • Sohlenkamp, C., Galindo-Lagunas, K. A., Guan, Z., Vinuesa, P., Robinson, S., Thomas-Oates, J., Raetz, C. R. H., and O. Geiger. : The lipid lysyl- phosphatidylglycerol in is present in membranes of Rhizobium tropici CIAT899 and confers increased resistance to polymyxin B under acidic growth conditions. . In: Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 20, 2007, p. 1421 - 1430.

  • Medeot, D. B., C. Sohlenkamp, O. Geiger, M. B. García, and I. M. López-Lara. : Phosphatidylcholine function in rhizobial strains nodulating peanut: genes and enzymatic activities. . In: Biocell. 31, 2007, p. 134.

  • *Hacker, S., *Sohlenkamp, C., Aktas, M., Geiger, O, and Narberhaus, F. : Multiple phospholipid N-methyltransferases with distinct substrate specificities are encoded in Bradyrhizobium japonicum. . In: Journal of Bacteriology. 190, 2008, p. 571 - 580.

  • Vences-Guzmán, M. A., O. Geiger, and C. Sohlenkamp: Sinorhizobium meliloti mutants deficient in phosphatidylserine decarboxylase accumulate phosphatidylserine and are strongly affected during symbiosis with alfalfa. . In: Journal of Bacteriology. 190, 2008, p. 6846 - 6856.

  • Ramos-Vega, A. L., Dávila-Martinez, Y., Sohlenkamp, C., Contreras-Martinez, S., Encarnacion, S. M., Geiger, O., and I. M. Lopez-Lara. : SMb20651 is another acyl-carrier protein from Sinorhizobium meliloti. . In: Microbiology (SGM). 155, 2009, p. 257 - 267.

  • Sandoval-Calderon, M., Geiger, O., Guan, Z., Barona-Gomez, F., and C. Sohlenkamp. : A eukaryote-like cardiolipin synthase is present in Streptomyces coelicolor and in most actinobacteria. . In: Journal of Biological Chemistry. 284, 2009, p. 17383 - 17390.

  • Geiger, O., Gonzalez-Silva, N., Lopez-Lara, I.M., C. Sohlenkamp : Amino acid-containing membrane lipids in bacteria. . In: Progress in Lipid Research. 49, 2010, p. 46 - 60.

  • Zavaleta-Pastor, M., Sohlenkamp, C., Gao, J.-L., Guan, Z., Zaheer, R., Finan, T. M., Raetz, C. R. H., López-Lara, I. M., and O. Geiger : Novel phospholipase SMc00171 degrades zwitterionic membrane phospholipids under phosphorus limitation. . In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 107, 2010, p. 302 - 307.

  • Medeot, D. B., C. Sohlenkamp, M. S. Dardanelli, O. Geiger, M. García de Lema & I. M. López-Lara : Phosphatidylcholine levels play a role in the cellular size and in motility/chemotaxis of Bradyrhizobium sp. SEMIA 6144 nodulating peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) roots. . In: FEMS Microbiology Letters. 2010.

  • Vences-Guzmán, M. Á., Guan, Z., Ormeño-Orrillo, E., González-Silva, N., López-Lara, I. M., Martínez-Romero, E., Geiger, O., and C. Sohlenkamp. : Hydroxylated ornithine lipids increase stress tolerance in Rhizobium tropici CIAT899. In: Mol. Microbiol. . 79, 2011, p. 1496 - 1514.

  • Ingram, B., Sohlenkamp, C., Geiger, O., and C. R. H. Raetz. : Altered lipid A structures and polymyxin hypersensitivity of Rhizobium etli mutants lacking the LpxE and LpxF phosphatases. In: BBA-Molecular and Cell Biology of Lipids. 1801, 2010, p. 593 - 604.

  • Solís-Oviedo, R. L., O. Geiger, and C. Sohlenkamp: Functional and topological analysis of phosphatidylcholine synthase from Sinorhizobium meliloti. In: BBA-Molecular and Cell Biology of Lipids. 1821, 2012, p. 573 - 581.

Spallek, Dr. Thomas

Max-Planck-Institut für Pflanzenzüchtungsforschung, Germany
Field of research: Plant pathology, parasitology
Host: Prof. Dr. Ken Shirasu RIKEN Plant Science Center
  • Yi-Ju Lu, Sebastian Schornack, Thomas Spallek, Niko Geldner, Joanne Chory, Swen Schellmann, Karin Schumacher, Sophien Kamoun, Silke Robatzek: Patterns of plant subcellular responses to successful oomycete infections reveal differences in host cell reprogramming and endocytic trafficking. In: Cellular Microbiology. 14, 2012, p. 682 - 697 [Molecular biology, plant immunity, microscopy ].

  • Ji Zhou, Thomas Spallek, Christine Faulkner, Silke Robatzek: CalloseMeasurer: a novel software solution to measure callose deposition and recognise spreading callose patterns. In: Plant Methods. 8, 2012, [Plant immunity, microscopy, imaging ].

  • Thomas Spallek, J Musembi Mutuku, Ken Shirasu: The genus Striga: A witch profile. In: Molecular Plant Pathology. 14, 2013, p. 861 - 869 [Parasitic plants, Striga, Africa, review].

  • Thomas Spallek, Martina Beck, Sara Ben Khaled, Susanne Salomon, Gildas Bourdais, Swen Schellmann, Silke Robatzek: ESCRT-I Mediates FLS2 Endosomal Sorting and Plant Immunity. In: PLoS Genetics. 9, 2013, p. e1004035. [Cell biology, plant immunity, endocytosis].

Stark, Dr. Regina

, Netherlands
Field of research: Immunobiology
Host: Prof. Dr. Rene A. W. van Lier Sanquin Blood Supply
  • Mackay LK, Minnich M, Kragten NA, Liao Y, Nota B, Seillet C, Zaid A, Man K, Preston S, Freestone D, Braun A, Wynne-Jones E, Behr FM, Stark R, Pellicci DG, Godfrey DI, Belz GT, Pellegrini M, Gebhardt T, Busslinger M, Shi W, Carbone FR, van Lier RA, Kallies A, van Gisbergen KP: Hobit and Blimp1 instruct a universal transcriptional program of tissue residency in lymphocytes. In: Science. 352, 2016, p. 459 - 463 [Immunology ].

Strauss, Dr. Michael

Max-Planck-Institut für Biophysik, Germany
Field of research: Biophysics
Host: Prof. Dr. James Hogle Harvard Medical School
  • Eden Fussner, Mike Strauss, Ugljesa Djuric, Ren Li, Kashif Ahmed, Michael Hart, James Ellis, David P. Bazett-Jones: Open and closed domains in the mouse genome are configured as 10 nm chromatin fibres. In: EMBO Journal. 13, 2012, p. 992 - 996 [chromatin fibre, nuclear organization, electron tomography].

  • Deryck J Mills, Stella Vitt, Mike Strauss, Seigo Shima, Janet Vonck: De novo modeling of the F420-reducing [NiFe]-hydrogenase from a methanogenic archaeon by cryo-electron microscopy. In: eLIFE. 2, 2013, p. 1 - 21 [cryo electron microscopy, reducing hydrogenase, archaeon].

  • Mike Strauss, Hazel Levy, Mihnea Bostina, David J Filman, James M Hogle: RNA transfer from poliovirus 135S particles across membranes is mediated by long umbilical connectors. In: Journal of Virology. 87, 2013, p. 3903 - 3914 [poliovirus, viral entry, RNA egress].

  • Lise Schotte, Michael Strauss, Bert Thys, Hadewych Halewyck, David J Filman, Mihnea Bostina, James M Hogle, Bartholomeus Rombaut: Mechanism of action and capsid-stabilizing properties of VHHs with an in vitro antipolioviral activity. In: Journal of Virology. 88(8), 2014, p. 4403 - 4413 [nanobody, poliovirus, neutralizing antibody].

  • Mike Strauss, David J. Filman, David M. Belnap, Naiqian Cheng, Roane T. Noel, James M. Hogle: Nectin-Like Interactions between Poliovirus and Its Receptor Trigger Conformational Changes Associated with Cell Entry. In: Journal of Virology. 89(8), 2015, p. 4143 - 4157 [poliovirus, poliovirus receptor, cell entry, uncoating, CD155, cryo electron microscopy, structure].

Treydte, Priv. Doz. Dr. Anna Christina

Universität Hohenheim, Germany
Field of research: Ecology
Host: Prof. Dr. Wayne M. Getz University of California, Berkeley
  • Nicky Knox Anna Christina Treydte Rina Grant Sandra MacFadyen: Historic woody vegetation cover mapping across the Kruger National Park. In: Proceedings of the 11th Kruger Park Networking Meeting, Skukuza, South Africa.. 2013, [GIS mapping remote sensing animal distribution tree cover wildlife Kruger National Park].

  • Anna Christina Treydte Wayne M Getz Sabine Baumgartner Rina Grant: Grazing on the edge: vegetation structure and herbivore utilization inside and outside of Kruger Park. In: Proceedings of the 11th Kruger Park Networking Meeting, Skukuza, South Africa. . 2013, [grazing and browsing wildlife herbivory Kruger National Park Cattle African buffalo herbaceous vegetation tree cover nutrients].

  • Sabine Baumgartner Rina Grant Anna Christina Treydte: Mammalian herbivores as landscape designers of an African savanna. In: Proceedings of the 42nd German Ecological Society Meeting, Lüneburg, Germany.. 2012, [Kruger National Park Mnisi community communal grazing land soil nutrients herbaceous vegetation woody cover].

  • Anna Christina Treydte: How can regulating livestock and wildlife herbivory help conservation?. In: Proceedings of the 24th Society of Conservation Biology Meeting, Auckland, New Zealand.. 2011, [enclosures wildlife livestock Ethiopia South Africa Kenya rangelands vegetation assessment nutrients productivity].

Trujillo Linke, Dr. Marco

Leibniz-Institut für Pflanzenbiochemie, Halle (IPB), Germany
Field of research: Plant biochemistry
Host: Prof. Dr. Ken Shirasu RIKEN Plant Science Center
  • Martin Stegmann, Ryan G. Anderson, Kazuya Ichimura, Tamara Pecenkova, Patrick Reuter, Viktor Žárský, John M. McDowell, Ken Shirasu and Marco Trujillo*: The Ubiquitin Ligase PUB22 Targets a Subunit of the Exocyst Complex Required for PAMP-Triggered Responses in Arabidopsis. In: The Plant Cell. 24, 2012, p. 4703 - 4716.

  • Giulia Furlan, Jörn Klinkenberg and Marco Trujillo*: Regulation of plant immune receptors by ubiquitination. In: Frontiers in Plant Science . 3, 2013.

  • Sophie Jacob, Bernd Zechmann, Alexandra Molitor, Marco Trujillo, Elena Petutschnig, Volker Likpa, Karl-Heinz Kogel and Patrick Schäfer : Broad Spectrum Suppression of Innate Immunity Is Required for Colonization of Arabidopsis thaliana Roots by the Fungus Piriformospora indica. In: Plant Physiology. 156, 2011, p. 726 - 740.

  • Marco Trujillo* and Ken Shirasu*: Ubiquitination in Plant Immunity. In: Current Opinion in Plant Biology . 13, 2010, p. 402 - 408.

  • Marco Trujillo, Kazuya Ichimura, Catarina Casais and Ken Shirasu: Negative regulation of PAMP-triggered immunity by E3 ubitquitin ligase triplet in Arabidopsis. In: Current Biology . 18, 2008, p. 1396 - 1401.

Veltel, Dr. Stefan

Universität Hamburg, Germany
Field of research: Biochemistry
Host: Dr. Jorma Ilmari Paranko University of Turku
  • Anja, Mai*, Stefan Veltel*, Teijo Pellinen, Artur Padzik, Eleonor Coffey, Varpu Marjomäki and Johanna Ivaska [*these authors contribute equally to the work]: Competitive binding of Rab21 and p120RasGAP to integrins regulates receptor traffic and migration. In: The Journal of Cell Biology. 194, 2011, p. 291 - 306 [protein traffic, cell migration, cell adhesion, cancer, small GTPases, integrins].

  • Juha Rantala, Jeroen Powels, Teijo Pellinen, Stefan Veltel, Petra Laasola, Elina Mattila, Christopher S Potter, Ted Duffy, John P Sundberg, Olli Kallioniemi, Janet A Askari, Martin J Humphries, Maddy Parsons, Marko Salmi, Johanna Ivaska: SHARPIN is an endogenous inhibitor of β1-integrin activation. In: Nature Cell Biology. 13, 2011, p. 1315 - 1324 [Cell Biology Cell adhesion Integrin activation].

Wenger, Dr. Till

Boehringer Ingelheim Pharma GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
Field of research: Cell biology, cytobiology
Host: Dr. Jean-Pierre Gorvel Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)
  • Till Wenger, Terawaki S, Camosseto V, Abdelrassoul R, Mies A, Catalan N, Claudio N, Clavarino G, de Gassart A, Rigotti FD, Gatti E, Pierre P.: Autophagy inhibition promotes defective neosynthesized proteins storage in ALIS, and induces redirection toward proteasome processing and MHCI-restricted presentation. In: Autophagy. 8, 3, 2012, p. 350 - 363 [antigen presentation, Atg5, DRiPs,NBR 1, SOSTM1].

Wiermer, Dr. Marcel

Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany
Field of research: Pure research in plant biology
Host: Prof. Dr. Brian Edward Ellis University of British Columbia
  • Marcel Wiermer, Kristoffer Palma, Yuelin Zhang and Xin Li: Should I stay or should I go? Nucleocytoplasmic trafficking in plant innate immunity. In: Cellular Microbiology. 9, 2007, p. 1880 - 1890 [Nucleocytoplasmic trafficking, Plant innate immunity].

  • Kristoffer Palma, Marcel Wiermer and Xin Li: Marshalling the troops: intracellular dynamics in plant pathogen defense. In: Annual Plant Reviews, Volume 34: Molecular Aspects of Plant Disease Resistance. . (Ed. Jane Parker) Wiley-Blackwell, 2008, p. 177 - 219 [nucleocytoplasmic transport, exocytosis, receptor endocytosis, cytoskeletal rearrangemants, vesicular trafficking, antimicrobial secretion].

  • Yu Ti Cheng, Hugo Germain, Marcel Wiermer, Dongling Bi, Fang Xu, Ana V. García, Lennart Wirthmueller, Charles Després, Jane E. Parker, Yuelin Zhang, Xin Li: Nuclear Pore Complex Component MOS7/Nup88 Is Required for Innate Immunity and Nuclear Accumulation of Defense Regulators in Arabidopsis. In: Plant Cell. 21, 2009, p. 2503 - 2515 [Plant immunity, Nucleoporin, Nucleocytoplasmic transport].

  • Marcel Wiermer, Hugo Germain, Yu Ti Cheng, Ana V. García, Jane E. Parker, Xin Li : Nucleoporin MOS7/Nup88 contributes to Plant Immunity and Nuclear Accumulation of Defense Regulators. In: Nucleus. 1, 2010, p. 332 - 336 [Plant immunity, nucleocytoplasmic transport].

  • Ana V. García, Servane Blanvillain-Baufumé, Robin P. Huibers, Marcel Wiermer, Guangyong Li, Enrico Gobbato, Steffen Rietz, Jane E. Parker: Balanced nuclear and cytoplasmic activities of EDS1 are required for a complete plant innate immune response. In: PLoS Pathogens. 6, 2010, p. e1000970.

  • Zhaohai Zhu, Fang Xu, Yaxi Zhang, Yu Ti Cheng, Marcel Wiermer, Xin Li, Yuelin Zhang: Arabidopsis resistance protein SNC1 activates immune responses through association with a transcriptional corepressor. In: PNAS. 107, 2010, p. 13960 - 13965 [histone deacetylase 19, plant immunity, Topless, Topless-related 1].

Wolschin, Dr. Florian Christoph

Arizona State University, United States of America
Field of research: Biochemistry
Host: Dr. Gro V. Amdam Arizona State University
  • Florian Wolschin, Gro V. Amdam: Comparative proteomics reveal characteristics of life-history transitions in a social insect. In: Proteome Science. 5, 2007, [Proteomics, Apis mellifera, LC-MS/MS, life-history].

  • Florian Wolschin, Gro V Amdam: Plasticity and robustness of protein patterns during reversible development in the honey bee (Apis mellifera). In: Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry. 389, 2007, p. 1095 - 1100 [Plasticity, aging, apis mellifera, proteomics, LC-MS/MS].

  • J.H. Hunt, B.J. Kensinger, J.A. Kossuth, M.T. Henshaw, K. Norberg, F. Wolschin, G.V. Amdam : A diapause pathway underlies the gyne phenotype in Polistes wasps, revealing an evolutionary route to caste-containing insect societies. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 104, 2007, p. 14020 - 14025 [Evolution Reproduction Social Behavior Species Specificity Wasps Polistes].

  • Daniel Muench, Gro V Amdam, Florian Wolschin: Ageing in a eusocial insect: molecular and physiological characteristics of life span plasticity in the honey bee. In: Functional Ecology. 22, 2008, p. 407 - 421 [Ageing, honey bee, plasticity, eusocial].

  • Florian Wolschin, Juergen Gadau: Deciphering proteomic signatures of early diapause in Nasonia. In: PLoS One. 4, 2009, [Diapause, Nasonia, Phenotypic plasticity].