Mirko Singer
Mirko Singer
Zentrum für Infektiologie, Parasitologie, Universitätsklinikum Heidelberg
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The Actin Filament-Binding Protein Coronin Regulates Motility in Plasmodium Sporozoites
KS Bane, S Lepper, J Kehrer, JM Sattler, M Singer, M Reinig, D Klug, ...
PLoS Pathogens 12 (7), e1005710, 2016
Calcium dynamics of Plasmodium berghei sporozoite motility
AF Carey, M Singer, D Bargieri, S Thiberge, F Frischknecht, R Ménard, ...
Cellular microbiology 16 (5), 768-783, 2014
Zinc finger nuclease-based double-strand breaks attenuate malaria parasites and reveal rare microhomology-mediated end joining
M Singer, J Marshall, K Heiss, GR Mair, D Grimm, AK Mueller, ...
Genome biology 16, 1-18, 2015
A Putative Small Solute Transporter Is Responsible for the Secretion of G377 and TRAP-Containing Secretory Vesicles during Plasmodium Gamete Egress and …
J Kehrer, M Singer, L Lemgruber, PAGC Silva, F Frischknecht, GR Mair
PLoS pathogens 12 (7), e1005734, 2016
Formin-2 drives polymerisation of actin filaments enabling segregation of apicoplasts and cytokinesis in Plasmodium falciparum
JF Stortz, M Del Rosario, M Singer, JM Wilkes, M Meissner, S Das
Elife 8, e49030, 2019
Inter-subunit interactions drive divergent dynamics in mammalian and Plasmodium actin filaments
RG Douglas, P Nandekar, JE Aktories, H Kumar, R Weber, JM Sattler, ...
PLoS biology 16 (7), e2005345, 2018
Time for genome editing: next-generation attenuated malaria parasites
M Singer, F Frischknecht
Trends in parasitology 33 (3), 202-213, 2017
A Cysteine Protease Inhibitor of Plasmodium berghei Is Essential for Exo-erythrocytic Development
C Lehmann, A Heitmann, S Mishra, PC Burda, M Singer, M Prado, ...
PLoS pathogens 10 (8), e1004336, 2014
Protective efficacy and safety of liver stage attenuated malaria parasites
H Kumar, JM Sattler, M Singer, K Heiss, M Reinig, ...
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 26824, 2016
Rapid quantification of the effects of blotting for correlation of light and cryo‐light microscopy images
S Lepper, M Merkel, A Sartori, M Cyrklaff, F Frischknecht
Journal of microscopy 238 (1), 21-26, 2010
Evolutionarily distant I domains can functionally replace the essential ligand-binding domain of Plasmodium TRAP
D Klug, S Goellner, J Kehrer, J Sattler, L Strauss, M Singer, C Lu, ...
Elife 9, e57572, 2020
A synthetic promoter for multi-stage expression to probe complementary functions of Plasmodium adhesins
D Klug, J Kehrer, F Frischknecht, M Singer
Journal of Cell Science 131 (20), jcs210971, 2018
Functional genetic evaluation of DNA house-cleaning enzymes in the malaria parasite: dUTPase and Ap4AH are essential in Plasmodium berghei but ITPase and …
H Kumar, J Kehrer, M Singer, M Reinig, JM Santos, GR Mair, ...
Expert opinion on therapeutic targets 23 (3), 251-261, 2019
Fluorescent tagging of Plasmodium circumsporozoite protein allows imaging of sporozoite formation but blocks egress from oocysts
M Singer, F Frischknecht
Cellular microbiology 23 (5), e13321, 2021
A central CRMP complex essential for invasion in Toxoplasma gondii
M Singer, K Simon, I Forné, M Meissner
PLoS Biology 21 (1), e3001937, 2023
A central protein complex essential for Invasion in Toxoplasma gondii
M Singer, K Simon, I Forné, M Meissner
bioRxiv, 2022.02. 24.481622, 2022
Limited Plasmodium sporozoite gliding motility in the absence of TRAP family adhesins
K Beyer, S Kracht, J Kehrer, M Singer, D Klug, F Frischknecht
Malaria Journal 20, 1-12, 2021
Understanding parasite transmission through imaging approaches
M Singer, F Frischknecht
Methods in Enzymology 506, 19-33, 2012
Formin-2 drives intracellular polymerisation of actin filaments enabling correct segregation of apicoplasts in Plasmodium falciparum and Toxoplasma gondii
JF Stortz, M Singer, JM Wilkes, M Meissner, S Das
bioRxiv, 488528, 2018
Overcoming the egress block of Plasmodium sporozoites expressing fluorescently tagged circumsporozoite protein
C Thieleke‐Matos, K Walz, F Frischknecht, M Singer
Molecular Microbiology, 2024
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