Daniela Schubert

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 The genome of the model legume Medicago truncatula Gaertn. was screened for the presence of genes encoding tonoplast intrinsic proteins, and a gene family was identified. The cDNA fragments of two members of the multigene family were cloned from roots inoculated with an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus. Transcript accumulation in roots could be detected for(More)
AIMS Intracoronary radiation therapy (ICR) has significantly improved the long-term outcome after treatment of diffuse in-stent restenosis (ISR). The efficacy of drug eluting stents in this setting remains less well defined. This matched-pair analysis compared the procedural and long-term clinical and angiographic outcome after treatment of diffuse ISR(More)
The white rot fungus Schizophyllum commune is used for the analysis of mating and sexual development in homobasidiomycete fungi. In this study, we isolated the gene gap1 encoding a GTPase-activating protein for Ras. Disruption of gap1 should therefore lead to strains accumulating Ras in its activated, GTP-bound state and to constitutive Ras signaling.(More)
When jaw gape in unilateral biting or chewing narrows, the working/balancing side activity ratio (W/B ratio) of masseter muscles increases due to decrease of balancing side (BS) activity. This was interpreted as a neuromuscular strategy to delimit the impact of BS contacts during chewing. To test this hypothesis, we studied whether W/B ratios are associated(More)
BACKGROUND Most studies that proved intracoronary radiation therapy (IRT) to be highly effective to reduce recurrent restenosis after treatment of in-stent restenosis (ISR) have looked at time periods up to 12 months. Whether the beneficial effect from radiation is sustained during long-term follow-up remains a concern. This study sought to evaluate the(More)
The white-rot fungus Schizophyllum commune (Agaricomycetes) was used to study the cell biology of microtubular trafficking during mating interactions, when the two partners exchange nuclei, which are transported along microtubule tracks. For this transport activity, the motor protein dynein is required. In S. commune, the dynein heavy chain is encoded in(More)
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