Publications of Tim Lämmermann

Journal Article (39)

2009
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Lämmermann, T.; Sixt, M.: Mechanical modes of 'amoeboid' cell migration. Current Opinion in Cell Biology 21, pp. 636 - 644 (2009)
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Lämmermann, T.; Renkawitz, J.; Wu, X.; Hirsch, K.; Brakebusch, C.; Sixt, M.: Cdc42-dependent leading edge coordination is essential for interstitial dendritic cell migration. Blood 113, pp. 5703 - 5710 (2009)
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Quast, T.; Tappertzhofen, B.; Schild, C.; Grell, J.; Czeloth, N.; Förster, R.; Alon, R.; Fraemohs, L.; Dreck, K.; Weber, C. et al.; Lämmermann, T.; Sixt, M.; Kolanus, W.: Cytohesin-1 controls the activation of RhoA and modulates integrin-dependent adhesion and migration of dendritic cells. Blood 113, pp. 5801 - 5810 (2009)
2008
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Kessenbrock, K.; Fröhlich, L.; Sixt, M.; Lämmermann, T.; Pfister, H.; Bateman, A.; Belaaouaj, A.; Ring, J.; Ollert, M.; Fässler, R. et al.; Jenne, D. E.: Proteinase 3 and neutrophil elastase enhance inflammation in mice by inactivating antiinflammatory progranulin. Journal of Clinical Investigation (New York, NY) 118, pp. 2438 - 2447 (2008)
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Lämmermann, T.; Bader, B. L.; Monkley, S. J.; Worbs, T.; Wedlich-Söldner, R.; Hirsch, K.; Keller, M.; Förster, R.; Critchley, D. R.; Fässler, R. et al.; Sixt, M.: Rapid leukocyte migration by integrin-independent flowing and squeezing. Nature 453, pp. 51 - 55 (2008)
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Lämmermann, T.; Sixt, M.: The microanatomy of T-cell responses. Immunological Reviews 221, pp. 26 - 43 (2008)
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Lokmic, Z.; Lämmermann, T.; Sixt, M.; Cardell, S.; Hallmann, R.; Sorokin, L.: The extracellular matrix of the spleen as a potential organizer of immune cell compartments. Seminars in Immunology 20, pp. 4 - 13 (2008)
2006
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Sixt, M.; Bauer, M.; Lämmermann, T.; Fässler, R.: β1 integrins: zip codes and signaling relay for blood cells. Current Opinion in Cell Biology 18, pp. 482 - 490 (2006)
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Chu, H.; Thievessen, I.; Sixt, M.; Lämmermann, T.; Waisman, A.; Braun, A.; Noegel, A. A.; Fässler, R.: γ-Parvin Is Dispensable for Hematopoiesis, Leukocyte Trafficking, and T-Cell-Dependent Antibody Response. Molecular and Cellular Biology (Washington, DC) 26, pp. 1817 - 1825 (2006)
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