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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2006Beta-lactam Antibiotic-Induced Release of Lipoteichoic Acid from Staphylococcus Aureus leads to Activation of Neutrophil GranulocytesLOTZ Sonja; STARKE Andrea; ZIEMANN Christian; MORATH SIEGFRIED; HARTUNG THOMAS; SOLBACH Werner; LASKAY TamásArticles in Journals
2007Bruton's Tyrosine Kinase together with PI 3-Kinase are part of Toll-like Receptor 2 Multiprotein Complex and mediate LTA induced Toll-like Receptor 2 responses in macrophages.LILJEROOS Mari; VUOLTEENAHO Reetta; MORATH SIEGFRIED; HARTUNG THOMAS; HALLMAN Mikko; OJANIEMI MarjaArticles in Journals
2006D-alanyl Ester Depletion of Teichoic Acids in Lactobacillus Plantarum Results in a Major Modification of Lipoteichoic Acid Composition and Cell Wall Perforations at the Septum Mediated by the Acm2 AutolysinPALUMBO Emmanuelle; DEGHORAIN Marie; COCCONCELLI Pier Sandro; KLEEREBEZEM Michiel; GEYER Armin; HARTUNG THOMAS; MORATH SIEGFRIED; HOLS PascalArticles in Journals
2006Differences in Innate Immune Responses upon Stimulation with Gram-Positive and Gram-Negative BacteriaTIETZE Konrad; DALPKE Alexander; MORATH SIEGFRIED; MUTTERS Reinier; HEEG Klaus; NONNENMACHER ClaudiaArticles in Journals
2011Growth temperature-dependent expression of structural variants of Listeria monocytogenes lipoteichoic acidDEHUS Oliver; PFITZENMAIER Markus; STUEBS Gunthard; FISCHER Natalie; SCHWAEBLE Wilhelm; MORATH Siegfried; HARTUNG Thomas; GEYER Armin; HERMANN CorinnaArticles in Journals
2008Increased D-alanylation of Lipoteichoic Acid and a Thickened Septum Are Main Determinants in the Nisin Resistance Mechanism of Lactococcus LactisKRAMER Naomi E.; HASPER Hester E.; VAN DEN BOGAARD Patrick T. C.; MORATH SIEGFRIED; KRUIJFF Ben De; HARTUNG THOMAS; SMID Eddy J.; BREUKINK Eefjan; KOK Jan; KUIPERS Oscar P.Articles in Journals
2005Inhibition of Microglial Inflammation by the MLK Inhibitor CEP-1347.LUND Søren; PORZGEN Peter; MORTENSEN Anne Louise; HASSELDAM Henrik; BOZYCZKO-COYNE Donna; MORATH SIEGFRIED; HARTUNG THOMAS; BIANCHI Marina; GHEZZI Pietro; BSIBSI Malika, et alArticles in Journals
2009Macroamphiphilic Components of Thermophilic Actinomycetes: Identification of Lipoteichoic Acid in Thermobifida FuscaRAHMAN Obaidur; PFITZENMAIER Markus; PESTER Oxana; MORATH Siegfried; CUMMINGS Stephen P.; HARTUNG Thomas; SUTCLIFFE Iain C.Articles in Journals
2006Metabolism: a Bottleneck in in Vitro Toxicological Test Development. The Report and Recommendations of ECVAM Workshop 54COECKE SANDRA; AHR Hans; BLAAUBOER Bas J.; BREMER SUSANNE; CASATI SILVIA; CASTELL José; COMBES Robert; CORVI RAFFAELLA; CRESPI Charles L.; CUNNINGHAM Michael L.; ELAUT Greetje; ELETTI Brighitta; FREIDIG Andreas; GENNARI Alessandra; GHERSI-EGEA Jean-François; GUILLOUZO Andre; HARTUNG THOMAS; HOET Peter; INGELMAN-SUNDBERG Magnus; MUNN Sharon; JANSSENS Walter; LADSTETTER Bernhard; LEAHY David; LONG Anthony; MENEGUZ Annarita; MONSHOUWER Mario; MORATH SIEGFRIED; NAGELKERKE Fred; PELKONEN Olavi; PONTI JESSICA; PRIETO PERAITA MARIA DEL PILAR; RICHERT Lysianne; SABBIONI ENRICO; SCHAACK Beatrice; STEILING Winfried; TESTAI Emanuela; VERICAT Joan-Albert; WORTH ANDREWArticles in Journals
2008A Novel in Vitro Metabolomics Approach for Neurotoxicity Testing, Proof of Principle for Methyl Mercury Chloride and CaffeineVAN VLIET ERWIN; MORATH SIEGFRIED; ESKES CHANTRA; LINGE JENS; RAPPSILBER Juri; HONEGGER Paul; HARTUNG THOMAS; COECKE SANDRAArticles in Journals
2008Polypropylene Glycol is a Selective Binding Inhibitor for LTA and other Structurally Related TLR2 AgonistsDRAING C.; TRAUB Stephanie; DEININGER Susanne; MANG Philippa; MOELLER Heiko M.; ROSSI FRANCOIS; MORATH SIEGFRIED; HARTUNG THOMAS; VON AULOCK Sonja; MANSO M.Articles in Journals
2005Structure/Function Relationships of Lipoteichoic AcidsMORATH SIEGFRIED; VON AULOCK SONJA; HARTUNG THOMASArticles in Journals
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