Publications

Thesis - Master (37)

  1. 2019
    Thesis - Master
    Hormann, F.: Functional analysis of GRK2 and GRK6 for leukocyte chemotaxis. Master (2019)
  2. Thesis - Master
    Kaltenbach, L.: Functional Analysis of 3D Murine Mast Cell Migration. Master (2019)
  3. Thesis - Master
    Mann, L.: New molecular mechanisms of Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress Response. Master (2019)
  4. Thesis - Master
    Samata, M.: Characterization of the MSL complex function in transcription regulation & early Drosophila development. Master (2019)
  5. Thesis - Master
    Weiß, H. J.: Polyamines Drive CD4+ T cell Differentiation through eIF5A Hypusination. Master (2019)
  6. Thesis - Master
    Weiß, H. J.: Polyamines Drive CD4+ T cell Differentiation through eIF5A Hypusination. Master (2019)
  7. 2018
    Thesis - Master
    Kleinfelder, H.: Exploring the immunoregulatory role of PGE2 in pro-inflammatory macrophages. Master (2018)
  8. Thesis - Master
    Rathmann, F.: Molecular Mechanisms of MDA5 Activation. Master (2018)
  9. Thesis - Master
    Staus, P.: Identifying Trafficking Routes of Apoptotic Cell Derived Fatty Acids during Efferocytosis. Master (2018)
  10. 2017
    Thesis - Master
    Boehnke, T.: Deciphering polycomb sensitive Dedifferentiation. Master (2017)
  11. Thesis - Master
    Enders, L.: Establishment of tools to study the role of the piRNA machinery in intergenerational metabolic inheritance. Master (2017)
  12. Thesis - Master
    Glaser, K. M.: Investigating the functional role of GRK2 for dendritic cell maturation and chemotaxis. Master, 40 pp. (2017)
  13. Thesis - Master
    Peltokangas, N.: Modulation of the surface B cell antigen receptor upon stimulation. Master (2017)
  14. Thesis - Master
    Schaf, J.: Involvement of TAK1 in the hypothalamic microglial cells in the implementation of type 2 diabetes. Master (2017)
  15. Thesis - Master
    Wegert, V.: ErbB Signaling Stimulates Brown Fat Glucose Uptake and Function in vivo. Master (2017)
  16. Thesis - Master
    Wissmann, S. S.: The Interaction between Mast Cells and Neutrophils. Master (2017)
  17. 2016
    Thesis - Master
    Asin, P.: The interaction of the kinase Lyn with the cytoskeleton in B cells. Master (2016)
  18. Thesis - Master
    Gottwick, C.: Light-induced Control of B-cell Signaling. Master (2016)
  19. Thesis - Master
    Henriquez Wehr, M.: Metabolic stress in B-cells. Master (2016)
  20. Thesis - Master
    Leonhardt, L.: Investigation of Beta Cell Heterogeneity Using single-Cell RNA Sequencing. Master (2016)
  21. Thesis - Master
    Osthof, K.: Syk activation in the context of different receptor stimuli. Master (2016)
  22. 2015
    Thesis - Master
    Cramer, S.: Aptamer based sensors for detection of early B cell signaling. Master (2015)
  23. Thesis - Master
    Raabe, A. C.: Modulation of B cell signalling by Fas. Master (2015)
  24. Thesis - Master
    Wenk, S.: Characterizing the Binding Properties of the TD05 Aptamer and Developing a FAST-SELEX Protocol for the Selection of DNA Aptamers. Master (2015)
  25. 2014
    Thesis - Master
    Börsig, T.: Receptor mapping on the B cell surface in the nanometre range. Master, Albert-Ludwigs University, Freiburg (2014)
  26. 2013
    Thesis - Master
    Krause, A.: The role of RhoA in B-cell development. Master, Albert-Ludwigs University, Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany (2013)
  27. 2012
    Thesis - Master
    Fröhlich, J. J.: An image-based screen for signaling pathways that regulate mammalian constitutive heterochromatin. Master, Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich (2012)
  28. Thesis - Master
    Faltus, C.: Consequences of SUMO E2 regulation on Chromatin. Master, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria (2012)
  29. 2011
    Thesis - Master
    Hoffmann, D.: Characterization of B cell receptors in chronic lymphocytic leukemia. Master, Albert-Ludwigs University, Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany (2011)

Thesis - Bachelor (21)

  1. 2017
    Thesis - Bachelor
    Schneck, M.: Unraveling the Nuclear Functions of Hsp90 - The Discovery of a Potential New Client. Bachelor (2017)
 
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