Literatur über die Grundlagen Laboratoriumsmedizin, Klinischen Chemie und Pathobiochemie

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Grundlagenliteratur der Jahre 2015 bis 2017

Autor Titel/Link Jahr Journal
Chow et al. Mitochondrial disease and endocrine dysfunction. 2017 Nature reviews. Endocrinology
Galluzzi et al. Necroptosis: Mechanisms and Relevance to Disease. 2017 Annual review of pathology
Huang-Doran et al. Extracellular Vesicles: Novel Mediators of Cell Communication In Metabolic Disease. 2017 Trends in endocrinology and metabolism: TEM
Stricker et al. From profiles to function in epigenomics. 2017 Nature reviews. Genetics
Arendt et al. The origin and evolution of cell types. 2016 Nature reviews. Genetics
Bard and Chia Cracking the Glycome Encoder: Signaling, Trafficking, and Glycosylation. 2016 Trends Cell Biol
Bento et al. Mammalian Autophagy: How Does It Work? 2016 Annu Rev Biochem
Brown Circadian Metabolism: From Mechanisms to Metabolomics and Medicine. 2016 Trends Endocrinol Metab
Büll et al. Sialic Acid Mimetics to Target the Sialic Acid-Siglec Axis. 2016 Trends Biochem Sci
Capdevila et al. Bacterial Strategies to Maintain Zinc Metallostasis at the Host-Pathogen Interface. 2016 The Journal of biological chemistry
Carafoli and Krebs Why Calcium? How Calcium Became the Best Communicator. 2016 The Journal of biological chemistry
Chen et al. Epigenetic inheritance of acquired traits through sperm RNAs and sperm RNA modifications. 2016 Nature reviews. Genetics
Cingolani and Czaja Regulation and Functions of Autophagic Lipolysis. 2016 Trends in endocrinology and metabolism: TEM
Dedhia et al. Organoid Models of Human Gastrointestinal Development and Disease. 2016 Gastroenterology
Eltschinger and Loewith TOR Complexes and the Maintenance of Cellular Homeostasis. 2016 Trends Cell Biol
Falk et al. Mitochondrial Replacement Techniques – Implications for the Clinical Community. 2016 N Engl J Med
Han and de Rooij Converging and Unique Mechanisms of Mechanotransduction at Adhesion Sites. 2016 Trends in cell biology
Ho et al. Biochemical Basis of Sestrin Physiological Activities. 2016 Trends in biochemical sciences
Kai et al. Force Matters: Biomechanical Regulation of Cell Invasion and Migration in Disease. 2016 Trends in cell biology
Krasnova and Wong Understanding the Chemistry and Biology of Glycosylation with Glycan Synthesis. 2016 Annu Rev Biochem
Ktistakis and Tooze Digesting the Expanding Mechanisms of Autophagy. 2016 Trends in cell biology
Lowdon et al. Evolution of Epigenetic Regulation in Vertebrate Genomes. 2016 Trends Genet
Mayor and Etienne-Manneville The front and rear of collective cell migration. 2016 Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol
Mazzoccoli et al. A Timeless Link Between Circadian Patterns and Disease. 2016 Trends Mol Med
McKinley and Cheeseman The molecular basis for centromere identity and function. 2016 Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol
Menzies et al. Protein acetylation in metabolism - metabolites and cofactors. 2016 Nat Rev Endocrinol
Nelson et al. The genetics of drug efficacy: opportunities and challenges. 2016 Nat Rev Genet
Ocampo et al. Anti-Aging Strategies Based on Cellular Reprogramming. 2016 Trends in molecular medicine
Qian and Scheer Circadian System and Glucose Metabolism: Implications for Physiology and Disease. 2016 Trends Endocrinol Metab
Reinke and Asher Circadian Clock Control of Liver Metabolic Functions. 2016 Gastroenterology
Riera and Dillin Emerging Role of Sensory Perception in Aging and Metabolism. 2016 Trends Endocrinol Metab
Roscioni et al. Impact of islet architecture on β-cell heterogeneity, plasticity and function. 2016 Nature reviews. Endocrinology
Salter et al. The APOBEC Protein Family: United by Structure, Divergent in Function. 2016 Trends in biochemical sciences
Schor et al. The Diverse Structures and Functions of Surfactant Proteins. 2016 Trends in biochemical sciences
Scotti and Swanson RNA mis-splicing in disease. 2016 Nat Rev Genet
Slowicka et al. Cellular Functions of Optineurin in Health and Disease. 2016 Trends in immunology
Smith et al. Molecular features of cellular reprogramming and development. 2016 Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol
Soultoukis and Partridge Dietary Protein, Metabolism, and Aging. 2016 Annu Rev Biochem
Wang and Casey Protein prenylation: unique fats make their mark on biology. 2016 Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol
Yang and Stockwell Ferroptosis: Death by Lipid Peroxidation. 2016 Trends Cell Biol
Zachos et al. Human Enteroids/Colonoids and Intestinal Organoids Functionally Recapitulate Normal Intestinal Physiology and Pathophysiology. 2016 J Biol Chem
Zhang et al. Small RNA Modifications: Integral to Function and Disease. 2016 Trends in molecular medicine
Zihni et al. Tight junctions: from simple barriers to multifunctional molecular gates. 2016 Nature reviews. Molecular cell biology
Adler and Sánchez Alvarado Types or States? Cellular Dynamics and Regenerative Potential. 2015 Trends Cell Biol
Albert and Kruglyak The role of regulatory variation in complex traits and disease. 2015 Nat Rev Genet
Avetisyan et al. Building a second brain in the bowel. 2015 J Clin Invest
Benayoun et al. Epigenetic regulation of ageing: linking environmental inputs to genomic stability. 2015 Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol
Corfield and Berry Glycan variation and evolution in the eukaryotes. 2015 Trends Biochem Sci
Enyedi and Niethammer Mechanisms of epithelial wound detection. 2015 Trends Cell Biol
Fernández and López-Otín The functional and pathologic relevance of autophagy proteases. 2015 J Clin Invest
Finkel The metabolic regulation of aging. 2015 Nat Med
Frake et al. Autophagy and neurodegeneration. 2015 J Clin Invest
Gabius et al. The glycobiology of the CD system: a dictionary for translating marker designations into glycan/lectin structure and function. 2015 Trends Biochem Sci
Guo and Vander Kooi Neuropilin Functions as an Essential Cell Surface Receptor. 2015 J Biol Chem
Haeger et al. Collective cell migration: guidance principles and hierarchies. 2015 Trends Cell Biol
Hennet and Cabalzar Congenital disorders of glycosylation: a concise chart of glycocalyx dysfunction. 2015 Trends Biochem Sci
Higgs and Lehman The RNA World: molecular cooperation at the origins of life. 2015 Nat Rev Genet
Humphries et al. Emerging properties of adhesion complexes: what are they and what do they do? 2015 Trends Cell Biol
Jiang et al. Autophagy in cellular metabolism and cancer. 2015 J Clin Invest
Kaushik and Cuervo Proteostasis and aging. 2015 Nat Med
Kroemer Autophagy: a druggable process that is deregulated in aging and human disease. 2015 J Clin Invest
Labbadia and Morimoto The biology of proteostasis in aging and disease. 2015 Annu Rev Biochem
Lavandero et al. Autophagy in cardiovascular biology. 2015 J Clin Invest
Levine et al. Development of autophagy inducers in clinical medicine. 2015 J Clin Invest
Lu et al. Sweet Talk: Protein Glycosylation in Bacterial Interaction With the Host. 2015 Trends Microbiol
Madeo et al. Essential role for autophagy in life span extension. 2015 J Clin Invest
Marsh and Teichmann Structure, dynamics, assembly, and evolution of protein complexes. 2015 Annu Rev Biochem
McDonnell et al. SIRT3 regulates progression and development of diseases of aging. 2015 Trends Endocrinol Metab
Min and Chan The biology of circulating microRNAs in cardiovascular disease. 2015 Eur J Clin Invest
Nordgren and Skildum The deep end of the metabolite pool: influences on epigenetic regulatory mechanisms in cancer. 2015 Eur J Clin Invest
Pinho and Reis Glycosylation in cancer: mechanisms and clinical implications. 2015 Nat Rev Cancer
Schmoller and Skotheim The Biosynthetic Basis of Cell Size Control. 2015 Trends Cell Biol
Segawa and Nagata An Apoptotic 'Eat Me' Signal: Phosphatidylserine Exposure. 2015 Trends Cell Biol
Stanger Cellular homeostasis and repair in the mammalian liver. 2015 Annu Rev Physiol
Stowell et al. Protein glycosylation in cancer. 2015 Annu Rev Pathol
Szyf Nongenetic inheritance and transgenerational epigenetics. 2015 Trends Mol Med
Tan et al. Sugar coating: bacterial protein glycosylation and host-microbe interactions. 2015 Trends Biochem Sci
Vanaja et al. Mechanisms of inflammasome activation: recent advances and novel insights. 2015 Trends Cell Biol
White The role for autophagy in cancer. 2015 J Clin Invest
Xu and Ng Glycosylation-directed quality control of protein folding. 2015 Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol
Zhang and Baehrecke Eaten alive: novel insights into autophagy from multicellular model systems. 2015 Trends Cell Biol