Participation in “Cells in Motion”

  • Member of the Imaging Network – Microscopy

Project FF-2013-20: Development and application of intein chemistry-based specific probes for macrophage fate determination during chronic inflammatory processes (Henning Mootz, Friedemann Kiefer, project time: 07/2013 - 06/2015)

Project FF-2017-07 – Tunneling nanotubes and mitochondria: Intracellular interactions and intercellular trafficking investigated with new intein-based techniques (Karin Busch, Henning Mootz; project time: 11/2017 - 12/2018)

  • Papers in the research focus “cell dynamics and imaging”

    2017

    Bachmann A-L, Mootz HD. N-terminal chemical protein labeling using the naturally split GOS-TerL intein. J Pept Sci 2017;23: 624-630. Abstract
    Taupitz KF, Dorner W, Mootz HD. Covalent Capturing of Transient SUMO-SIM Interactions Using Unnatural Amino Acid Mutagenesis and Photocrosslinking. Chemistry 2017;23: 5978-5982. Abstract

    2016

    Palei S, Mootz HD. Cyclic Peptides Made by Linking Synthetic and Genetically Encoded Fragments. Chembiochem 2016;17: 378-382. Abstract

    2015

    Bocker JK, Friedel K, Matern JCJ, Bachmann A-L, Mootz HD. Generation of a genetically encoded, photoactivatable intein for the controlled production of cyclic peptides. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl 2015;54: 2116-2120. Abstract

    2014

    Schutz V, Mootz HD. Click-Tag and Amine-Tag: Chemical Tag Approaches for Efficient Protein Labeling In Vitro and on Live Cells using the Naturally Split Npu DnaE Intein. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl 2014;53: 4113-4117. Abstract
    Thiel IV, Volkmann G, Pietrokovski S, Mootz HD. An atypical naturally split intein engineered for highly efficient protein labeling. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl 2014;53: 1306-1310. Abstract