Prof. Dr. Hans Peter Saluz



Würbach L, Heidrich A, Opfermann T, Gebhardt P, Saluz HP (2012) Insights into bone metabolism of avian embryos in ovo via 3D and 4D 18F-fluoride positron emission tomography. Mol Imaging Biol 14(6), 688-698.
Borth N, Litsche K, Franke C, Sachse K, Saluz HP, Hänel F (2011) Functional interaction between type III-secreted protein IncA of Chlamydophila psittaci and human G3BP1. PLOS One 6(1), e16692-e16692.
Heidrich A, Würbach L, Opfermann T, Saluz HP (2011) Motion-artifact-free in vivo imaging utilizing narcotized avian embryos in ovo. Mol Imaging Biol 13(2), 208-214.
Kreutzer MF, Kage H, Gebhardt P, Wackler B, Saluz HP, Hoffmeister D, Nett M (2011) Biosynthesis of a complex yersiniabactin-like natural product via the mic locus in phytopathogen Ralstonia solanacearum. Appl Environ Microbiol 77, 6117-6124.
Schöfl G, Voigt A, Litsche K, Sachse K, Saluz HP (2011) Complete genome sequences of four mammalian isolates of Chlamydophila psittaci. J Bacteriol 193(16), 4258-4258.
Voigt A, Schöfl G, Heidrich A, Sachse K, Saluz HP (2011) Full-length de novo sequence of the Chlamydophila psittaci type strain, 6BC. J Bacteriol 193(10), 2662-2663.
Volling K, Thywissen A, Brakhage AA, Saluz HP (2011) Phagocytosis of melanized Aspergillus conidia by macrophages exerts cytoprotective effects by sustained PI3K/Akt signalling. Cell Microbiol 13(8), 1130-1148.
Walther E, Schöfl G, Mrotzek G, Haryanti K, Sugama HP, Saluz (2011) Paralogous mitochondrial control region in the giant tiger shrimp, Penaeus monodon (F.) affects population genetics inference: A cautionary tale. Mol Phylogenet Evol 58(2), 404-408.
Walther M, Gebhardt P, Grosse-Gehling P, Würbach L, Irmler I, Preusche S, Khalid M, Opfermann T, Kamradt T, Steinbach J, Saluz HP (2011) Implementation of 89Zr production and in vivo imaging of B-cells in mice with 89Zr-labeled anti-B-cell antibodies by small animal PET/CT. Appl Radiat Isot 69(6), 852-857.
Krügel H, Licht A, Biedermann G, Petzold A, Lassak J, Hupfer Y, Schlott B, Hertweck C, Platzer M, Brantl S, Saluz HP (2010) Cervimycin C resistance in Bacillus subtilis is due to a promoter up-mutation and increased mRNA stability of the constitutive ABC-transporter gene bmrA. FEMS Microbiol Lett 313(2), 155-163.