Former Member

Dr. Christoph Winkler

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Peer Reviewed Journal Publication
  • Schmeiser, Christian; Winkler, Christoph (2015) The flatness of Lamellipodia explained by the interaction between actin dynamics and membrane deformation. J. Theor. Biol., Bd. 380, S. 144-155.
  • J. Müller, J. Pfanzelter, C. Winkler, A. Narita, C. Le Clainche, M. Nemethova, M. Carlier, Y. Maeda, M. D. Welch, T. Ohkawa, C. Schmeiser, G. P. Resch and J. V. Small (2014) Electron Tomography and Simulation of Baculovirus Actin Comet Tails Support a Tethered Filament Model of Pathogen Propulsion. PLOS Biology, Bd. 12 (1), S. 1 - 14.
  • Koestler, S.A., Steffen, A., Nemethova, M., Winterhoff, M., Luo, N., Holleboom, J.M., Krupp, J., Jacob, S., Vinzenz, M., Schur, F., Schlueter, K., Gunning, P.W., Winkler, C., Schmeiser, C., Faix, J., Stradal, T.E.B., Small, J.V., Rottner, K. (2013) Arp2/3 complex is essential for actin network treadmilling as well as for targeting of capping protein and cofilin. Molecular Biology of the Cell, Bd. 24 (18), S. 2861-2875.
  • Vinzenz, Nemethova, Schur, Mueller et al Actin branching in the initiation and maintenance of lamellipodia. Journal of Cell Science, Bd. 19.
  • Winkler, C.; Small, V.; Schmeiser, C. (online: 2012 Actin filament tracking in electron tomograms of negatively stained lamellipodia using the localized radon transform. Journal of Structural Biology, Bd. 178 (1047-8477), S. 19 - 28.
  • Small, J., Winkler, C., Vinzenz, M., Schmeiser, C. (online: 2011 Reply: Visualizing branched actin filaments in lamellipodia by electron tomography. Nature Cell Biology, Bd. 13, S. 1013-1014.

  • Winkler, Christoph (2015) A close look at actin driven movement. Doktorarbeit.