The article in which we describe our discovery that USP22 controls necroptotic cell death by regulating RIPK3 ubiquitination is now published in EMBO Reports!!! Read the full text HERE!
Our review about the contribution of specific cell organelles in autophagy-dependent cell death by Laura Zein is published in Matrix Biology!!! The full text of the the paper can be accessed HERE!!!
Our article about ATM, Auranofin and cell death is by Vanessa Ehrenfeld and Jan Heusel is published in PLOS One! The full text of the the paper can be accessed HERE!!!
The review about the many interesting functions of the linear ubiquitin-specific deubiquitinating enzyme OTULIN in cell fate and beyond by Nadine Weinelt and myself, is now online in Cell Death & Differentiation. The full text of the the paper can be accessed HERE!!!
The paper by Svenja, Simon and Laura is finally online!!! We describe a fascinating connection between drug-induced autophagy-dependent cell death, ER stress and ER-specific autophagy in glioblastoma cells!!! The full text of the the paper can be accessed HERE!!!
Very happy to have Henri Schamburg for an internship and Clara Goebel for a Deutsche Krebshilfe-funded MD in our lab!!! Welcome!!!
Svenja Zielke successfully defended her PhD on August 31st!!! Svenja worked on studying autophagy-related cell death in glioblastoma and published some very nice papers… Congratulations!!!
Our collaborative study in which we unravel the mechanisms of drug-induced ER-phagy in glioblastoma has been accepted by Autophagy!!! More info soon…
Our manuscript, in which we use quantitative, single-molecule TNFR1-mEos2 PALM imaging to evaluate TNFR1 antagonists (such as the CysLTR1 antagonist zafirlukast), is now accepted for publication by the Journal of Leukocyte Biology!!! In collaboration with the labs of Mike Heilemann (Frankfurt) and Harald Wajant (Würzburg), Nadine Weinelt and Christos Karathanasis demonstrated that our single-molecule TNFR1-mEos2 imaging system can be used to test, characterize and evaluate chemical inhibitors that interfere with TNFR1 clustering and activation of downstream NF-kB activation!
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