Her primary areas of study are Suberites domuncula, Sponge, Biochemistry, Cell biology and Microbiology. Her Suberites domuncula study combines topics in areas such as Demosponge, Open reading frame and Sponge spicule. Her Sponge research incorporates elements of Phylum and In vitro.
Her work is dedicated to discovering how Biochemistry, Molecular biology are connected with Recombinant DNA and other disciplines. Isabel M. Müller has researched Cell biology in several fields, including Ecology and Receptor, Innate immune system, Immune system. Her work carried out in the field of Microbiology brings together such families of science as Symbiotic bacteria, Lectin, Bioactive compound and Bacteria.
Isabel M. Müller mostly deals with Sponge, Suberites domuncula, Biochemistry, Gene and Cell biology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Evolutionary biology, Ecology, Sponge spicule, Phylum and Peptide sequence in addition to Sponge. Her studies in Sponge spicule integrate themes in fields like Flagellum and Myotrophin.
Her research in Suberites domuncula intersects with topics in In vitro, Suberites, Demosponge, Anatomy and Microbiology. Her work in Biochemistry tackles topics such as Geodia which are related to areas like Carbohydrate, Geodia cydonium, Glycoprotein and Biophysics. Her study in Complementary DNA is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Amino acid, Molecular biology and Open reading frame.
Isabel M. Müller mainly focuses on Suberites domuncula, Sponge, Demosponge, Sponge spicule and Cell biology. Biochemistry and Genetics are inherently bound to her Suberites domuncula studies. Her work in the fields of Biochemistry, such as Complementary DNA and Amino acid, intersects with other areas such as Silicic acid.
Her Sponge research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Evolutionary biology, Ecology, Gene and Zoology. Her Demosponge research includes themes of Tyrosine kinase, Spicule, Anatomy and Pinacoderm. Her Cell biology research incorporates themes from Cell, Gene expression, Cellular differentiation, Apoptosis and Protein structure.
Isabel M. Müller spends much of her time researching Suberites domuncula, Sponge, Biochemistry, Demosponge and Bacteria. Her studies deal with areas such as Innate immune system and Cell biology as well as Suberites domuncula. Isabel M. Müller has researched Cell biology in several fields, including Flagellum, Sponge spicule and Peptide sequence.
Her research investigates the link between Sponge and topics such as Gene that cross with problems in Evolutionary biology. A large part of her Biochemistry studies is devoted to Complementary DNA. Her work in Demosponge addresses subjects such as Pinacoderm, which are connected to disciplines such as Hadromerida, Epidermal growth factor and Tyrosine kinase.
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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)
Early evolution of metazoan serine/threonine and tyrosine kinases: identification of selected kinases in marine sponges.
M. Kruse;I. M. Muller;W. E. G. Muller.
Molecular Biology and Evolution (1997)
Evolution of the innate and adaptive immune systems: relationships between potential immune molecules in the lowest metazoan phylum (Porifera) and those in vertebrates.
Werner Müller;Barbara Blumbach;Isabel Müller.
Innate Immune Defense of the Sponge Suberites domuncula against Bacteria Involves a MyD88-dependent Signaling Pathway: INDUCTION OF A PERFORIN-LIKE MOLECULE
Matthias Wiens;Michael Korzhev;Anatoli Krasko;Narsinh L. Thakur.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2005)
Co-expression and Functional Interaction of Silicatein with Galectin MATRIX-GUIDED FORMATION OF SILICEOUS SPICULES IN THE MARINE DEMOSPONGE SUBERITES DOMUNCULA
Heinz C. Schröder;Alexandra Boreiko;Michael Korzhev;Muhammad N. Tahir.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2006)
Bauplan of urmetazoa: basis for genetic complexity of metazoa.
Werner E.G Müller;Matthias Wiens;Teresa Adell;Vera Gamulin.
International Review of Cytology-a Survey of Cell Biology (2004)
Silica transport in the demosponge Suberites domuncula: fluorescence emission analysis using the PDMPO probe and cloning of a potential transporter
Heinz-C. Schröder;Sanja Perović-Ottstadt;Matthias Rothenberger;Matthias Wiens.
Biochemical Journal (2004)
Emergence and disappearance of an immune molecule, an antimicrobial lectin, in basal metazoa. A tachylectin-related protein in the sponge Suberites domuncula.
Heinz C. Schröder;Hiroshi Ushijima;Anatoli Krasko;Vera Gamulin.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2003)
Origin of the metazoan immune system: identification of the molecules and their functions in sponges.
Werner E. G. Müller;Isabel M. Müller.
Integrative and Comparative Biology (2003)
On the origin of Metazoan adhesion receptors: cloning of integrin alpha subunit from the sponge Geodia cydonium.
Z Pancer;M Kruse;I Müller;W E Müller.
Molecular Biology and Evolution (1997)
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