Ingo P Korndörfer

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The EF-hand proteins S100A8 and S100A9 are important calcium signalling proteins that are involved in wound healing and provide clinically relevant markers of inflammatory processes, such as(More)
Bacteriophage murein hydrolases exhibit high specificity towards the cell walls of their host bacteria. This specificity is mostly provided by a structurally well defined cell wall-binding domain(More)
Similar to many other bacterial cell-wall-hydrolyzing enzymes, the Listeria bacteriophage A500 endopeptidase Ply500 has a modular architecture consisting of an enzymatically active domain (EAD)(More)