• Beteiligung an „Cells in Motion“

    • Cells-in-Motion-Professor für Multiskalige Bildgebung und Zellbiologie
    • Mitglied im Graduiertenprogramm CiM-IMPRS
    • Mitglied im Imaging Network – Mikroskopie
    • Forschungsinteressen: cell organisation, actin cytoskeleton, calcium signalling, plasma membrane organisation, intracellular transport, mathematical and physical principles of cell patterning
    • Projekt FF-2017-24 – Nanoscale control of plasma membrane organization (Roland Wedlich-Söldner, Wolfram Pernice; Projektlaufzeit: 11/2017 - 12/2018)
    • Projekt FF-2015-08: Calcium-vermittelte Aktinreorganisation (CAR) bei der Entwicklung und Pathogenese von Podozyten (Hermann Pavenstädt, Roland Wedlich-Söldner, Projektlaufzeit: 07/2015 - 06/2017)

    • Patente im Forschungsschwerpunkt „Zelldynamik und Bildgebung“

      • Wedlich-Söldner R, Sixt M, Riedl J, Crevenna A. Peptide for determining actin structures in living cells. WO 2009/068295; 04/06/2009. EP 2215109; 11/08/2010. US 2011/0111445; 12/05/2011.
    • Publikationen im Forschungsschwerpunkt „Zelldynamik und Bildgebung“

      alle Publikationen von Roland Wedlich-Söldner (PubMed)

      2018

      Busto JV, Elting A, Haase D, Spira F, Kuhlman J, Schafer-Herte M, Wedlich-Soldner R. Lateral plasma membrane compartmentalization links protein function and turnover. Embo J 2018;37: e99473. Abstract

      2016

      Wales P, Schuberth CE, Aufschnaiter R, Fels J, Garcia-Aguilar I, Janning A, Dlugos CP, Schafer-Herte M, Klingner C, Walte M, Kuhlmann J, Menis E, Hockaday Kang L, Maier KC, Hou W, Russo A, Higgs HN, Pavenstadt H, Vogl T, Roth J, Qualmann B, Kessels MM, Martin DE, Mulder B, Wedlich-Soldner R. Calcium-mediated actin reset (CaAR) mediates acute cell adaptations. Elife 2016;5: e19850. Abstract

      2015

      Crevenna AH, Arciniega M, Dupont A, Mizuno N, Kowalska K, Lange OF, Wedlich-Soldner R, Lamb DC. Side-binding proteins modulate actin filament dynamics. Elife 2015;4: e04599. Abstract
      Schuberth C, Wedlich-Soldner R. Building a patchwork - The yeast plasma membrane as model to study lateral domain formation. Biochim Biophys Acta 2015;1853: 767-774. Abstract

      2014

      Dominguez-Escobar J, Wolf D, Fritz G, Hofler C, Wedlich-Soldner R, Mascher T. Subcellular localization, interactions and dynamics of the phage-shock protein-like Lia response in Bacillus subtilis. Mol Microbiol 2014;92: 716-732. Abstract
      Klingner C, Cherian AV, Fels J, Diesinger PM, Aufschnaiter R, Maghelli N, Keil T, Beck G, Tolic-Norrelykke IM, Bathe M, Wedlich-Soldner R. Isotropic actomyosin dynamics promote organization of the apical cell cortex in epithelial cells. J Cell Biol 2014;207: 107-121. Abstract
      Rueff A-S, Chastanet A, Dominguez-Escobar J, Yao Z, Yates J, Prejean M-V, Delumeau O, Noirot P, Wedlich-Soldner R, Filipe SR, Carballido-Lopez R. An early cytoplasmic step of peptidoglycan synthesis is associated to MreB in Bacillus subtilis. Mol Microbiol 2014;91: 348-362. Abstract
      Wedlich-Soldner R. A longer life for yeast with good memory. Dev Cell 2014;31: 391-392. Abstract

      2013

      Abdelhady S, Kitambi SS, Lundin V, Aufschnaiter R, Sekyrova P, Sinha I, Lundgren KT, Castelo-Branco G, Linnarsson S, Wedlich-Söldner R, Teixeira A, Andäng M. Erg channel is critical in controlling cell volume during cell cycle in embryonic stem cells. PLoS One 2013;8: e72409. Abstract
      Crevenna AH, Naredi-Rainer N, Schonichen A, Dzubiella J, Barber DL, Lamb DC, Wedlich-Söldner R. Electrostatics control actin filament nucleation and elongation kinetics. J Biol Chem 2013;288: 12102-12113. Abstract
      Freisinger T, Klunder B, Johnson J, Müller N, Pichler G, Beck G, Costanzo M, Boone C, Cerione RA, Frey E, Wedlich-Söldner R. Establishment of a robust single axis of cell polarity by coupling multiple positive feedback loops. Nat Commun 2013;4: 1807. Abstract
      Klünder B, Freisinger T, Wedlich-Söldner R, Frey E. GDI-Mediated Cell Polarization in Yeast Provides Precise Spatial and Temporal Control of Cdc42 Signaling. PLoS Comput Biol 2013: e1003396. Abstract