His primary scientific interests are in Biochemistry, Suberites domuncula, Sponge spicule, Sponge and Biophysics. His Biochemistry study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Cell culture. Heinz C. Schröder has researched Suberites domuncula in several fields, including Suberites, Demosponge, Microbiology, Complementary DNA and Cell biology.
His Sponge spicule study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Nanotechnology and Silicate. Heinz C. Schröder focuses mostly in the field of Sponge, narrowing it down to matters related to Gene expression and, in some cases, Metallothionein. His Biophysics study combines topics in areas such as Protein filament, Photochemistry, Photosensitizer and Protoporphyrin IX, Photodynamic therapy.
His primary areas of study are Biochemistry, Sponge, Molecular biology, Suberites domuncula and Sponge spicule. His Sponge research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ecology and Gene. Heinz C. Schröder has included themes like Gene expression, Virus, Virology, RNA and Messenger RNA in his Molecular biology study.
The various areas that Heinz C. Schröder examines in his Suberites domuncula study include Suberites, Demosponge, Microbiology, Anatomy and Cell biology. His work in Cell biology covers topics such as In vitro which are related to areas like In vivo. His research integrates issues of Biophysics and Nanotechnology in his study of Sponge spicule.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Polyphosphate, Biochemistry, Biophysics, Sponge and Calcium. The Polyphosphate study combines topics in areas such as Tissue engineering, In vitro, Wound healing, Nanoparticle and Coacervate. In his work, Anatomy is strongly intertwined with Matrix, which is a subfield of Biophysics.
Heinz C. Schröder studies Suberites domuncula which is a part of Sponge. The concepts of his Suberites domuncula study are interwoven with issues in Demosponge, Suberites and Substrate. The study incorporates disciplines such as Calcium carbonate and Phosphate in addition to Calcium.
Heinz C. Schröder mostly deals with Biochemistry, Polyphosphate, Saos-2 cells, Biophysics and Tissue engineering. Heinz C. Schröder combines Biochemistry and Ascorbic acid in his research. His Polyphosphate research includes elements of Amorphous solid and Mineralization.
His Biophysics research also works with subjects such as
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Expression of silicatein and collagen genes in the marine sponge Suberites domuncula is controlled by silicate and myotrophin.
Anatoli Krasko;Bernd Lorenz;Renato Batel;Heinz C. Schröder.
FEBS Journal (2000)
gp120 of HIV-1 induces apoptosis in rat cortical cell cultures: prevention by memantine.
Werner E.G. Müller;Heinz C. Schröder;Hiroshi Ushijima;Jutta Dapper.
European Journal of Pharmacology (1992)
Biofabrication of biosilica-glass by living organisms
Heinz C. Schröder;Xiaohong Wang;Wolfgang Tremel;Hiroshi Ushijima.
Natural Product Reports (2008)
Upregulation of the 2-5A Synthetase/RNase L Antiviral Pathway Associated with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Robert J. Suhadolnik;Nancy L. Reichenbach;Patricia Hitzges;Robert W. Sobol.
Clinical Infectious Diseases (1994)
Formation of siliceous spicules in the marine demosponge Suberites domuncula.
Werner E. G. Müller;Matthias Rothenberger;Alexandra Boreiko;Wolfgang Tremel.
Cell and Tissue Research (2005)
Cytoprotective effect of NMDA receptor antagonists on prion protein (PrionSc)-induced toxicity in rat cortical cell cultures.
Werner E.G. Müller;Hiroshi Ushijima;Heinz C. Schröder;Jock M.S. Forrest.
European Journal of Pharmacology (1993)
Inorganic polymeric phosphate/polyphosphate as an inducer of alkaline phosphatase and a modulator of intracellular Ca2+ level in osteoblasts (SaOS-2 cells) in vitro.
Werner E G Müller;Xiaohong Wang;Bärbel Diehl-Seifert;Klaus Kropf.
Acta Biomaterialia (2011)
Engineering a morphogenetically active hydrogel for bioprinting of bioartificial tissue derived from human osteoblast-like SaOS-2 cells.
Meik Neufurth;Xiaohong Wang;Heinz C. Schröder;Qingling Feng.
[email protected] Nanoflowers: Hybrid Nanocomposites for Selective Dual Functionalization and Imaging
Thomas D. Schladt;Mohammed Ibrahim Shukoor;Kerstin Schneider;Muhammad Nawaz Tahir.
Angewandte Chemie (2010)
Disulfide- and multisulfide-containing metabolites from marine organisms.
Cheng-Shi Jiang;Werner E. G. Müller;Heinz C. Schröder;Yue-Wei Guo.
Chemical Reviews (2012)
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