When carried out as part of a general Component (thermodynamics) research project, his work on Thermodynamics is frequently linked to work in Computational biology, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. He combines Thermodynamics and Component (thermodynamics) in his studies. He incorporates Computational biology and Biochemistry in his studies. Harald Steiner combines Biochemistry and Inorganic chemistry in his research. His Inorganic chemistry study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Amyloid (mycology). Alzheimer's disease and Proteolysis are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary work. Harald Steiner integrates Proteolysis with Alzheimer's disease in his study. As part of his studies on Disease, he often connects relevant subjects like BACE1-AS. Harald Steiner undertakes multidisciplinary studies into BACE1-AS and Amyloid precursor protein in his work.
In his works, Harald Steiner conducts interdisciplinary research on Biochemistry and Biophysics. Harald Steiner performs multidisciplinary study on Biophysics and Biochemistry in his works. Many of his studies on Disease apply to Internal medicine as well. His research ties Disease and Internal medicine together. Harald Steiner integrates many fields, such as Alzheimer's disease and Proteolysis, in his works. He integrates Proteolysis and Alzheimer's disease in his studies. He conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Cell biology and Enzyme. Harald Steiner undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Enzyme and Protease through his works. He incorporates Presenilin and Alpha secretase in his studies.
As part of his inquiry into Mutation and Protein subunit, Harald Steiner is doing Gene research. Harald Steiner applies his multidisciplinary studies on Mutation and Gene in his research. Harald Steiner is investigating Proteases and Proteolysis as part of his examination of Enzyme. Harald Steiner performs integrative Biochemistry and Organic chemistry research in his work. Harald Steiner performs multidisciplinary study in Organic chemistry and Biochemistry in his work. Disease and Pathology are two areas of study in which Harald Steiner engages in interdisciplinary research. As part of his studies on Pathology, Harald Steiner often connects relevant areas like Alzheimer's disease. He connects Alzheimer's disease with Alpha secretase in his research. His Disease research extends to the thematically linked field of Alpha secretase.
A component of his Enzyme study involves Proteases and Proteolysis. He undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Proteases and Enzyme in his work. Biochemistry and Biophysics are two areas of study in which Harald Steiner engages in interdisciplinary work. In his works, he performs multidisciplinary study on Biophysics and Biochemistry. His work on Ectodomain expands to the thematically related Receptor. Harald Steiner merges Ectodomain with Signal transduction in his research. Harald Steiner performs integrative Signal transduction and Receptor research in his work. Harald Steiner performs integrative Transmembrane protein and Transmembrane domain research in his work. Harald Steiner conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Transmembrane domain and C-terminus.
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Reconstitution of gamma-secretase activity.
Dieter Edbauer;Edith Winkler;Joerg T. Regula;Brigitte Pesold.
Nature Cell Biology (2003)
Presenilin-dependent γ-secretase processing of β-amyloid precursor protein at a site corresponding to the S3 cleavage of Notch
Magdalena Sastre;Harald Steiner;Klaus Fuchs;Anja Capell.
EMBO Reports (2001)
A γ-secretase inhibitor blocks Notch signaling in vivo and causes a severe neurogenic phenotype in zebrafish
Andrea Geling;Harald Steiner;Michael Willem;Laure Bally‐Cuif.
EMBO Reports (2002)
PEN-2 Is an Integral Component of the γ-Secretase Complex Required for Coordinated Expression of Presenilin and Nicastrin
Harald Steiner;Edith Winkler;Dieter Edbauer;Stefan Prokop.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2002)
Intracellular Generation and Accumulation of Amyloid β-Peptide Terminating at Amino Acid 42 *
Christine Wild-Bode;Tsuneo Yamazaki;Anja Capell;Uwe Leimer.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1997)
A loss of function mutation of presenilin-2 interferes with amyloid beta-peptide production and notch signaling.
Harald Steiner;Karen Duff;Anja Capell;Helmut Romig.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1999)
Glycine 384 is required for presenilin-1 function and is conserved in bacterial polytopic aspartyl proteases
Harald Steiner;Marcus Kostka;Helmut Romig;Gabriele Basset.
Nature Cell Biology (2000)
Presenilin-dependent intramembrane proteolysis of CD44 leads to the liberation of its intracellular domain and the secretion of an Abeta-like peptide.
Sven Lammich;Masayasu Okochi;Masatoshi Takeda;Christoph Kaether.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2002)
Maturation and Pro-peptide Cleavage of β-Secretase
Anja Capell;Harald Steiner;Michael Willem;Hartmut Kaiser.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2000)
Presenilin and nicastrin regulate each other and determine amyloid β-peptide production via complex formation
Dieter Edbauer;Edith Winkler;Christian Haass;Harald Steiner.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2002)
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