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Publications of subproject TP6new

Desmosomal hyper-adhesion and heterophilic desmoglein interactions in pemphigus

Original papers

Fuchs M, Kugelmann D, Schlegel N, Vielmuth F*, Waschke J*. Desmoglein 2 can undergo Ca 2+-dependent interactions with both desmosomal and classical cadherins including E-cadherin and N-cadherin. Biophys J. 2022 Feb 17:S0006-3495(22)00147-3. *contributed equally.

Büchau F, Vielmuth F, Waschke J, Magin M. Bidirectional regulation of hyperadhesion by keratin filaments and desmosomal components Cell. Mol. Life Sciences. 2022 Apr 5;79(5):223. doi:10.1007/s00018-022-04244-y

Sigmund A., Steinert LS., Egu DT., Bayerbach FC., Waschke J., Vielmuth F. Dsg2 Upregulation as a Rescue Mechanism in Pemphigus. Front Immunol. 2020 Oct 28;11:581370. eCollection 2020.

Fuchs M., Sigmund A., Waschke J., Vielmuth F. Desmosomal hyper-adhesion of keratinocytes is accompanied with enhanced binding strength of desmoglein 3 molecules. Biophys J. 2020 Oct 20;119(8):1489-1500. Epub 2020 Sep 21.

Wanuske MT, Brantschen D, Schinner C, Stüdle C, Walter E, Hiermaier M, Vielmuth F, Waschke J, Spindler V. Clustering of desmosomal cadherins by desmoplakin is essential for cell-cell adhesion. Acta Physiol. 2022, 231(4): e13609.

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