Intern
    FOR2123

    Projects within FOR2123:

    P1 Sphingomyelinase activation in T cells: Implications for T cell activation and paralysis Sibylle Schneider-Schaulies Virology and Immunobiology, University Würzburg
    P2 Role of sphingolipids in the regulation of anti-viral T cell responses Niklas Beyersdorf

    Jürgen Schneider-Schaulies
    Virology and Immunobiology, University Würzburg
    P3 Analysis of the functional relevance of sphingomyelinases and ceramide in meningococcal pathogenesis Alexandra Schubert-Unkmeir

    Markus Sauer
    Hygiene and Microbiology, University Würzburg
    Biotechnology and Biophysics, University Würzburg
    P4 Sphingolipids in gonococcal infection Thomas Rudel Microbiology, University Würzburg
    P5 Role of neutral sphingomyelinase in mycobacterial infections Heike Grassmè
    Erich Gulbins
    Molecular Biology, University Duisburg/Essen
    P6 Role of the acid sphingomyelinase/ceramide system in lung edema induced by Staphylococcus aureus toxin Martin Fraunholz

    Erich Gulbins
    Microbiology, University Würzburg
    Molecular Biology, University Duisburg/Essen
    P7 Coating of endotracheal tubes with sphingosine to prevent bacterial growth and ventilator associated pneumonia Erich Gulbins


    Jürgen Seibel
    Molecular Biology, University Duisburg/Essen
    Organic Chemistry, University Würzburg
    Z01 Sphingolipid metabolic pathways in infection control by the use of chemically synthesized modified sphingolipids and in the era of sphingolipidomics Jürgen Seibel


    Burkhard Kleuser
    Lukasz Japtok
    Organic Chemistry, University Würzburg
    Nutritional Science, University Potsdam
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