Barbara Müller mostly deals with Cell biology, Virology, Virus, ESCRT and Budding. Her studies deal with areas such as Morphogenesis, Capsid and Fluorescence microscope as well as Cell biology. Her research integrates issues of Glycoprotein and Fusion protein in her study of Virology.
Her Virus study frequently involves adjacent topics like Epitope. Her study in the field of HIV Budding also crosses realms of TSG101. Her Budding research integrates issues from Protein structure and Cell membrane.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cell biology, Virology, Virus, Molecular biology and Capsid. Her Cell biology research incorporates elements of Protein structure and Virus Release. Her Virology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as RNA and Antibody.
Her work deals with themes such as HEK 293 cells, Cell and Protein subunit, which intersect with Virus. Her Molecular biology research focuses on Reverse transcriptase and how it relates to Enzyme, Escherichia coli and Recombinant DNA. Her Capsid research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Biophysics, Nuclear transport, Cytoplasm and Peptide.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Capsid, Cell biology, Antibody, Nuclear transport and Nuclear pore. The concepts of her Capsid study are interwoven with issues in Protein structure, Cytoplasm, Mutant and Cleavage. Her Cell biology research includes themes of Retrovirus, C-terminus and N-terminus.
Her studies in Antibody integrate themes in fields like Gene, Whole genome sequencing and Virology. Her biological study focuses on Virus. The various areas that Barbara Müller examines in her Nuclear transport study include Viral life cycle, Correlative light and electron microscopy, Endosome and Lipid bilayer fusion.
Her primary scientific interests are in Cell biology, Capsid, Nuclear transport, Nuclear pore and Infectivity. Her Cell biology study incorporates themes from Virus maturation, Cleavage, Retrovirus, Mutant and N-terminus. Her Capsid research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Protein structure and C-terminus.
Her Infectivity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Virus Physiological Phenomena, Viral replication, Replication, Pre-integration complex and Computational biology. Pre-integration complex is a subfield of Virus that Barbara Müller investigates. Her Cytoplasm research integrates issues from Lipid bilayer fusion and Endosome.
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The Protein Network of HIV Budding
Uta K. Von Schwedler;Melissa Stuchell;Barbara Müller;Diane M. Ward.
Selective recognition of cyclic RGD peptides of NMR defined conformation by alpha IIb beta 3, alpha V beta 3, and alpha 5 beta 1 integrins.
M Pfaff;K Tangemann;B Müller;M Gurrath.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1994)
A conformational switch controlling HIV‐1 morphogenesis
Ingolf Gross;Heinz Hohenberg;Thomas Wilk;Klaus Wiegers.
The EMBO Journal (2000)
Construction and Characterization of a Fluorescently Labeled Infectious Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Derivative
Barbara Müller;Jessica Daecke;Oliver T. Fackler;Matthias T. Dittmar.
Journal of Virology (2004)
A peptide inhibitor of HIV-1 assembly in vitro.
Jana Sticht;Michael Humbert;Stuart C. Findlow;Jochen Bodem.
Nature Structural & Molecular Biology (2005)
Structure of the immature HIV-1 capsid in intact virus particles at 8.8 Å resolution
Florian K M Schur;Wim J H Hagen;Michaela Rumlová;Tomáš Ruml.
Maturation-dependent HIV-1 surface protein redistribution revealed by fluorescence nanoscopy.
Jakub Chojnacki;Thorsten Staudt;Bärbel Glass;Pit Bingen.
Three-Dimensional Analysis of Budding Sites and Released Virus Suggests a Revised Model for HIV-1 Morphogenesis
Lars-Anders Carlson;John A.G. Briggs;Bärbel Glass;James D. Riches.
Cell Host & Microbe (2008)
Dimerization of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 reverse transcriptase. A target for chemotherapeutic intervention.
T Restle;B Müller;R S Goody.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1990)
Dynamics of HIV-1 assembly and release.
Sergey Ivanchenko;William J. Godinez;Marko Lampe;Hans Georg Kräusslich.
PLOS Pathogens (2009)
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