Interfaculty Institute of Biochemistry (IFIB)

Publications

18. Theile M, et al. A simple approach to perform TEER measurement using a self-made volt-amperemeter with programmable output frequency. J. Vis. Exp., 2019, submitted.

17. Mudogo CN, et al. The conserved hypothetical protein Tb427.10.13790 is required for cytokinesis and endocytosis in Trypanosoma brucei. Acta Tropica, 2018, 188(12): 34-40. DOI: 10.1016/j.actatropica.2018.08.029.

16. Figarella K, et al. Morphological changes, nitric oxide production, and phagocytosis are triggered in vitro in microglia by bloodstream forms of Trypanosoma brucei. Scientific Reports, 2018, Vol 8, Article number 15002.

15. Mogk S. Competence-based education in the example of a biochemical practical course with clinically relevant content for undergraduate medical students in the fourth semester of the preclinical section. MedEdPublish, 2018, Vol 7(3).

14. Mogk S, et al. African trypanosomes and brain infection - the unsolved question. Biological reviews, 2017 Aug, 92(3): 1675-1687.

13. Mogk S, et al. Cover Image in Biological reviews, 2017 Aug, 92(3).

12. Duszenko M, et al. In vivo protein crystallization in combination with highly brilliant radiation sources offers novel opportunities for the structural analysis of post-translationally modified eukaryotic proteins. Acta Crystallographica F, 2015, 71(8): 929-37.

11. Mogk S. Aufklärung des Infektionsweges der Gehirninfektion von Trypanosoma brucei und Charakterisierung der Parasiten im zentralen Nervensystem. Dissertation. Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen, 2014, epubli GmbH, ISBN: 978-3-7375-2828-3.

10. Mogk S, et al. The lane to the brain: How African trypanosomes invade the CNS. Trends in Parasitology, 2014, 30(10):465-508.

9. Mogk S, et al. Cover Image in Trends in Parasitology, 2014, 30(10).

8. Mogk S, et al. Cyclical appearance of African trypanosomes in the cerebrospinal fluid: new insights in how trypanosomes enter the CNS. PLoS ONE, 2014, 9(3): e91372.

7. Barth T, et al. Staurosporine-induced cell death in Trypanosoma brucei and the role of Endonuclease G during apoptosis. Open J. of Apoptosis, 2014, 3(2): 16-31.

6. Gati C, et al. Serial crystallography on in vivo grown microcrystals with synchrotron radiation. Int. Union of Crystallography, 2014, 1(2):87-94.

5. Stein J, et al. Drug development against sleeping sickness: old wine in new bottles? Curr. Med. Chem., 2014, 21(15):1713-27.

4. Barth T, et al. Life and death of T. brucei: New perspectives for drug development. Wiley-Blackwell. Jäger, Koch, Flohé (eds.) Trypanosomatid Diseases, Molecular Routes to Drug Discovery, 2013.

3. Redecke L, et al. Natively Inhibited Trypanosoma brucei Cathepsin B Structure Determined by Using an X-ray Laser. Science, 2013, 339(6116):227-30.

2. co-first author in: Wolburg H, et al. Late Stage Infection in Sleeping Sickness. PLoS ONE, 2012, 7(3): e34304.

1. Mogk S, et al. Brain infection by African trypanosomes during sleeping sickness. Neurology, Psychiatry and Brain Research, 2012, 18(2): p.49-51