Research Projects

Within the framework of the Leibniz ScienceCampus InterACt, there are various research projects on the topic of "Integrative analysis of pathogen-induced compartments". These projects are typically designed as a collaboration of different local research groups with a networking of different core competences. Below are brief descriptions of the projects and their respective funding sources.

Herpesvirus genome injection at nuclear core complexes

Bosse, Meier, Grünewald, Kosinski

Intracellular membrane organization in Mycobacterium infected cells

Gutsmann, Schaible, Grünewald, Gilberger

Lipid Droplets in infection

Herker, Bosse, Schlüter, Schaible

Viral replication compartments as phase-separated intranuclear domains

Brune (herpes), Dobner (adeno), Grünewald, Meier, Bosse, Schlüter, Maison

Mechanisms and dynamic regulation of viral genome packaging using secondary nucleic acid structures

Uetrecht, Bosse, Pearson, Dobner, Grünewald, Rarey, Twarock

Flexibility of viral induced nuclear egress coat

Grünewald, Rarey, Bosse, Kosinski

Disassembly of the inner membrane complex of Plasmodium falciparum

Gilberger, Grünewald

Dynamics and function of infection compartments and defense-induced cellular re-organizations in plant cells

Hoth, Kehr, Schnittger, Reumann, Meier, Bosse

Phage spread shaping nanostructures of biofilms

Streit, Schaible, Schlüter, Dobner, Ignatova

Leibniz ScienceCampus InterACt

c/o Leibniz Institute of Virology

Building N63
Martinistraße 52
20251 Hamburg

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Campus Speaker

Prof. Dr. Kay Grünewald

Campus Coordinator

Dr. Ronja Markworth


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