Björn J Harder

Learn More
BACKGROUND The stabilizing and function-preserving effects of ectoines have attracted considerable biotechnological interest up to industrial scale processes for their production. These rely on the release of ectoines from high-salinity-cultivated microbial producer cells upon an osmotic down-shock in rather complex processor configurations. There is(More)
Membrane cofactor protein (CD46), which normally protects autologous cells from complement lysis, is the human cell receptor for measles virus (MV). Interaction between MV and CD46 on monocytes can lead to suppression of monocyte activation. We have investigated the interaction between the cytoplasmic sequences of CD46 and kinases in a mouse macrophage cell(More)
  • 1