Carina Schelling

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The mitochondrial chaperone mortalin has been linked to neurodegeneration in Parkinson's disease (PD) based on reduced protein levels in affected brain regions of PD patients and its interaction with the PD-associated protein DJ-1. Recently, two amino acid exchanges in the ATPase domain (R126W) and the substrate-binding domain (P509S) of mortalin were(More)
In investigations on fungi incapable of producing spores, conidia, or oidia under laboratory conditions the liquid media used for growth experiments are, according to the ordinary technique, inoculated with mycelium bits cut from colonies of the fungi grown on solid agar media in tubes or Petri dishes. The difficulties and disadvantages met with in(More)
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