Katharina Zirngibl
Katharina Zirngibl
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Yeast creates a niche for symbiotic lactic acid bacteria through nitrogen overflow
O Ponomarova, N Gabrielli, DC Sévin, M Mülleder, K Zirngibl, K Bulyha, ...
Cell systems 5 (4), 345-357. e6, 2017
1262017
Laboratory evolution reveals regulatory and metabolic trade-offs of glycerol utilization in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
T Strucko, K Zirngibl, F Pereira, E Kafkia, ET Mohamed, M Rettel, F Stein, ...
Metabolic engineering 47, 73-82, 2018
322018
Single-cell transcriptomics identifies CD44 as a marker and regulator of endothelial to haematopoietic transition
M Oatley, ÖV Bölükbası, V Svensson, M Shvartsman, K Ganter, K Zirngibl, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-18, 2020
192020
Yeast creates a niche for symbiotic lactic acid bacteria through nitrogen overflow. Cell Syst 5: 345–357. e6
O Ponomarova, N Gabrielli, DC Sevin, M Mulleder, K Zirngibl, K Bulyha, ...
122017
Single-cell transcriptomics identifies CD44 as a new marker and regulator of haematopoietic stem cells development
M Oatley, ÖV Bölükbasi, V Svensson, M Shvartsman, K Ganter, K Zirngibl, ...
bioRxiv, 338178, 2018
32018
p53 further extends its reach
K Zirngibl, UM Moll
Oncoimmunology 2 (5), 449-60, 2013
22013
Oncogenic memory underlying minimal residual disease in breast cancer
KR Shechter, E Kafkia, K Zirngibl, S Gawrzak, A Alladin, D Machado, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
Saccharomyces cerevisiae
T Strucko, K Zirngibl, F Pereira, E Kafkia, ET Mohamed, M Rettel, F Stein, ...
2017
Development Of An Efficient Glycerol Utilizing Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Strain Via Adaptive Laboratory Evolution
T Strucko, K Zirngibl, ETT Mohamed, A Feist, KR Patil, J Förster
The Danish Microbiological Society Annual Congress 2015, 22-22, 2015
2015
p53 Opens the Mitochondrial Permeability Transition Pore to Trigger Necrosis in Response to Oxidative Damage
K Zirngibl, UM Moll
Necrotic Cell Death, 195-209, 2014
2014
DTU DTU Library
T Strucko, J Förster, K Zirngibl, KR Patil
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