Exploring Adenylylation and Phosphocholination as Post-Translational Modifications

ChemBioChem, 2013, DOI: 10.1002/cbic.201300508, published on 31.10.2013

ChemBioChem, online article

Pathogenic bacteria have developed a variety of mechanisms with which to manipulate the functions of proteins in important cellular pathways of host organisms. Because of their pivotal role in the regulation of cell physiology, members of the family of G-proteins and cytoskeletal proteins are frequent targets for pathogens.

CIPSM Movie
LMUexcellent
TU München
MPG
Helmholtz München
MPI of Neurobiology
MPI of Biochemistry