2016 - German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina - Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina – Nationale Akademie der Wissenschaften Biochemistry and Biophysics
1998 - Member of Academia Europaea
Member of the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO)
Cell biology, Genetics, Mesoderm, Ventral furrow formation and Gastrulation are her primary areas of study. In general Cell biology, her work in Signal transduction is often linked to Vesicular transport protein linking many areas of study. Her Mesoderm research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Function, Anatomy, Embryogenesis, Drosophila and Cell cycle.
Her Ventral furrow formation research includes elements of Drosophila melanogaster, Drosophila Protein and NODAL. Her Gastrulation research incorporates elements of TRIB3, Cell signaling, Mitosis, Cell division and Morphogenesis. Her studies deal with areas such as NLR Proteins, Innate immune system, Gene family, Leucine-rich repeat and Protein family as well as Zebrafish.
Her primary scientific interests are in Cell biology, Genetics, Mesoderm, Gastrulation and Morphogenesis. Her Cell biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cell and Drosophila. Her research related to Gene, Zebrafish, Drosophila Protein, Drosophila melanogaster and Genome might be considered part of Genetics.
Her Zebrafish study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Evolutionary biology, NLR Proteins, Innate immune system and In vivo. The Mesoderm study combines topics in areas such as Ectoderm, Embryogenesis and NODAL, Anatomy. Her Gastrulation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Epithelium, Cell signaling, Transcription factor and Cell division.
Her main research concerns Cell biology, Morphogenesis, Zebrafish, Cell and Cytoskeleton. Her Cell biology research is mostly focused on the topic Endosome. Maria Leptin has included themes like GTPase, Rab, Membrane transport, Tracheal Epithelium and Epidermis in her Morphogenesis study.
Her Zebrafish research also works with subjects such as
Maria Leptin mainly investigates Cell biology, Zebrafish, Cytoskeleton, Cell cortex and Signal transduction. The various areas that Maria Leptin examines in her Cell biology study include Apical constriction and Embryonic stem cell. Maria Leptin has researched Zebrafish in several fields, including Evolutionary biology and Domestication.
In her research on the topic of Cytoskeleton, Biophysics is strongly related with Contraction. Her research in Cell cortex intersects with topics in Contractility and Myosin. The study incorporates disciplines such as Pyroptosis, Inflammasome, Pyrin domain and In vivo in addition to Signal transduction.
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twist and snail as positive and negative regulators during Drosophila mesoderm development.
Genes & Development (1991)
Cell shape changes during gastrulation in Drosophila
M. Leptin;B. Grunewald.
The Rho GTPase and a putative RhoGEF mediate a signaling pathway for the cell shape changes in Drosophila gastrulation.
Kathy Barrett;Maria Leptin;Jeffrey Settleman.
Conservation and divergence of gene families encoding components of innate immune response systems in zebrafish
Cornelia Stein;Mario Caccamo;Gavin K. Laird;Maria Leptin;Maria Leptin.
Genome Biology (2007)
The function of PS integrins during Drosophila embryogenesis
Maria Leptin;Thierry Bogaert;Ruth Lehmann;Michael Wilcox.
Tribbles, a cell-cycle brake that coordinates proliferation and morphogenesis during Drosophila gastrulation.
Thomas C. Seher;Maria Leptin.
Current Biology (2000)
Control of Drosophila Gastrulation by Apical Localization of Adherens Junctions and RhoGEF2
Verena Kölsch;Thomas Seher;Gregorio J. Fernandez-Ballester;Luis Serrano.
Homologs of the mouse Brachyury gene are involved in the specification of posterior terminal structures in Drosophila, Tribolium, and Locusta.
Andreas Kispert;Bernhard G. Herrmann;Maria Leptin;Rolf Reuter.
Genes & Development (1994)
The interferon-inducible p47 (IRG) GTPases in vertebrates: loss of the cell autonomous resistance mechanism in the human lineage
Cemalettin Bekpen;Julia P Hunn;Christoph Rohde;Iana Parvanova.
Genome Biology (2005)
The Drosophila Protein Dof Is Specifically Required for FGF Signaling
Stéphane Vincent;Robert Wilson;Carmen Coelho;Markus Affolter.
Molecular Cell (1998)
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