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Prof. Dr. Winfried Römer

Prof. Dr. Winfried Römer

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Prof. Dr. Winfried Römer
(he/him)

Institute of Biology II - Biochemistry (Faculty of Biology),
University of Freiburg

T +49 761 203 67500
winfried.roemer(at)bioss.uni-freiburg.de

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10 selected publications:

  • Pseudomonas aeruginosa LecB suppresses immune responses by inhibiting transendothelial migration.
    Sponsel J, Guo Y, Hamzam L, Lavanant AC, Pérez-Riverón A, Partiot E, Muller Q, Rottura J, Gaudin R, Hauck D, Titz A, Flacher V, Römer W*, Mueller CG* (2023)* corresponding author.
    EMBO Rep. 24(4): e55971.
  • Neutralizing the Impact of the Virulence Factor LecA from Pseudomonas aeruginosa on Human Cells with New Glycomimetic Inhibitors.
    Zahorska E, Rosato F, Stober K, Kuhaudomlarp S, Meiers J, Hauck D, Reith D, Gillon E, Rox K, Imberty A, Römer W*, Titz A* (2023).* corresponding author
    Angew Chem Int Ed Engl. 62(7): e202215535.
  • Novel lectin-based chimeric antigen receptors target Gb3-positive tumour cells.
    Meléndez AV, Velasco Cárdenas RM, Lagies S, Strietz J, Siukstaite L, Thomas OS, Tomisch J, Weber W, Kammerer B, Römer W*, Minguet S* (2022). * corresponding author
    Cell Mol Life Sci. 79(10):513.
  • Septin barriers protect mammalian host cells against Pseudomonas aeruginosa invasion.
    Aigal S, Omidvar R, Stober K, Ziegelbauer J, Eierhoff T, Schampera JN, Römer W*, Schwan C* (2022). * corresponding author
    Cell Rep. 41(3): 111510.
  • The Gb3-enriched CD59/flotillin plasma membrane domain regulates host cell invasion by Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
    Brandel A, Aigal S, Lagies S, Schlimpert M, Meléndez AV, Xu M, Lehmann A, Hummel D, Fisch D, Madl J, Eierhoff T, Kammerer B, Römer W (2021).
    Cell Mol Life Sci. 78(7): 3637-3656.
  • Carbohydrate-dependent B cell activation by fucose-binding bacterial lectins.
    Wilhelm I, Levit-Zerdoun E, Jakob J, Villringer S, Frensch M, Übelhart R, Landi A, Müller P, Imberty A, Thuenauer R, Claudinon J, Jumaa H, Reth M, Eibel H, Hobeika E*, Römer W* (2019). * corresponding author
    Sci Signal. 12(571): eaao7194.
  • A lipid zipper triggers bacterial invasion.
    Eierhoff T, Bastian B, Thuenauer R, Madl J, Audfray A, Aigal S, Juillot S, Rydell GE, Müller S, de Bentzmann S, Imberty A, Fleck C*, Römer W* (2014). * corresponding author
    PNAS. 111(35): 12895-900.
  • Shiga toxins--from cell biology to biomedical applications.
    Johannes L, Römer W (2010).
    Nat Rev Microbiol. 8(2): 105-16.
  • Actin dynamics drive membrane reorganization and scission in clathrin-independent endocytosis.
    Römer W*, Pontani LL, Sorre B, Rentero C, Berland L, Chambon V, Lamaze C, Bassereau P, Sykes C, Gaus K, Johannes L* (2010). * corresponding author
    Cell. 140(4): 540-53.
  • Shiga toxin induces tubular membrane invaginations for its uptake into cells.
    Römer W, Berland L, Chambon V, Gaus K, Windschiegl B, Tenza D, Aly MR, Fraisier V, Florent JC, Perrais D, Lamaze C, Raposo G, Steinem C, Sens P, Bassereau P, Johannes L (2007).
    Nature. 450(7170): 670-5.