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Therapeutic options for patients with autoimmune kidney diseases and other inflammatory conditions are often unspecific and harbour significant side effects. Our aim is therefore to uncover novel therapeutic strategies for tailored precision medicine, that is clearly needed in theses patients. This approach based on a deep molecular and cellular characterization of immune cells in the inflammed tissue. Specifically, we define cell-cell communication networks and pathogenic players in renal inflammation in order to block delerious interactions, specifically deplete proinflammatory cells and to push pathogenic into tolerogenic immune responses.

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Nanobody-technology to target Trm cells

Postdoc at the HCTI on targeting Trm cells with nanobodies

The DFG-funded project Targeting tissue-resident memory T cell (Trm) in autoimmune kidney disease (sequencing costs call) aims at deep characterizing and depleting Trm cells using nanobodies in a therapeutic approach.

In particular, we will use established platforms (Krebs et al. Immunity 2016; Danquah et al. Sci Transl Med. 2016; Krebs et al. Science Immunolgy 2020; Marouf et al. Nature Communication 2020; Zhao et al. Science Immunology 2021) to perform a high-dimensional characterization of Trm cells from the tissue (human kidney), define Trm cell surface markers and introduce specific anti-Trm nanobodies.

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Contact: Prof. Dr. Christian Krebs: c.krebs@uke.de

our projects

High dimensional analysis
T cell characterization

Deep T cell characterization

T cells are key components in the pathogenesis of renal autoimmune diseases. In order to understand the biology of T cells in kidney inflammation, we aim to comprehensively characterize these cells by high-dimensional transcriptional profiling at the single cell level. These studies will pave the way to more specific and less toxic treatment in individual patients.

Renal TRM17 cells
Renal Trm17 cells

Targeting Trm17 cells

Autoimmunity promoter tissue-resident memory T (Trm) cells are involved in peripheral immunity against reinfection. We have uncovered the contribution of Trm cells in patients with ANCA-assiciated glomerulonephritis (GN). In our ongoing studies, we perform a high-dimensional, multi-OMICS characterization of Trm cells from the kidney. In addition, we develop new medication to target these cells in the tissue in a therapeutic approach.

T cell plasticity
T cell trajectories

Plasticity of Th17 cells in renal autoimmune disease

T cells play a critical role in the pathogenesis in autoimmune diseases, by their ability to differentiate into pathogenic effector T cells cells or protective regulatory T cells. Our long-term goal is to identify mechanisms for a shift of pro-inflammatory T cells towards anti-inflammatory T cells that could be used as a therapeutic strategy in GN patients.

about the PI

Christian Krebs - Arbeitsgruppenleiter
Christian Krebs

Christian Krebs is Professor for Systemsnephrology and Cellular Immunity and principal investigator in the Division of Nephrology / Translational Immunolgy, Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany.

His research interests are T cells in settings of autoimmunity and he has intensively addressed the role of Th17 cells in glomerulonephritis in the past few years. His group is focusing on state-of-the-art characterization and therapeutic targeting of kidney infiltrating T cells.

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Lab members

Prof. Dr. Christian Krebs (PI)

Dr. Saskia Jauch-Speer (Coordinator Single Cell Core Facility)

Zeba Sultana (Post-doc)

Varshi Sivayoganathan (PhD student)

Alina Borchers (technician)

Lilaf Mamo (technician)

Jens Kleiner (MD student)

Malte Hellmig (MD student)

Leon Enk (MD student)

Tobias Neben (MD student)

Alumni

Patricia Bartsch

Tobias Koyro

Christoph Kilian

Publikationen

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Th17 cell plasticity towards a T-bet-dependent Th1 phenotype is required for bacterial control in Staphylococcus aureus infection
Bartsch P, Kilian C, Hellmig M, Paust H, Borchers A, Sivayoganathan A, Enk L, Zhao Y, Shaikh N, Büttner H, Wong M, Puelles V, Wiech T, Flavell R, Huber T, Turner J, Bonn S, Huber S, Gagliani N, Mittrücker H, Rohde H, Panzer U, Krebs C
PLOS PATHOG. 2022;18(4):e1010430.

An extracellular vesicle-related gene expression signature identifies high-risk patients in medulloblastoma
Albert T, Interlandi M, Sill M, Graf M, Moreno N, Menck K, Rohlmann A, Melcher V, Korbanka S, Meyer Zu Hörste G, Lautwein T, Frühwald M, Krebs C, Holdhof D, Schoof M, Bleckmann A, Missler M, Dugas M, Schüller U, Jäger N, Pfister S, Kerl K
NEURO-ONCOLOGY. 2021;23(4):586-598.

Tissue-specific therapy in immune-mediated kidney diseases: new ARGuments for targeting the IL-23/IL-17 axis
Krebs C, Turner J, Riedel J, Panzer U
J CLIN INVEST. 2021;131(12):.

Lack of Evidence for an Association between Previous HEV Genotype-3 Exposure and Glomerulonephritis in General
Pischke S, Tamanaei S, Mader M, Wiesch J, Petersen-Benz C, Haddad M, Addo M, Schmidt T, Huber T, Krebs C, Steinmetz O, Turner J, Hoxha E, Horvatits T
PATHOGENS. 2021;11(1):.

Single-cell atlas of hepatic T cells reveals expansion of liver-resident naive-like CD4+ T cells in primary sclerosing cholangitis
Poch T, Krause J, Casar C, Liwinski T, Glau L, Kaufmann M, Ahrenstorf A, Hess L, Ziegler A, Martrus G, Lunemann S, Sebode M, Li J, Schwinge D, Krebs C, Franke A, Friese M, Oldhafer K, Fischer L, Altfeld M, Lohse A, Huber S, Tolosa E, Gagliani N, Schramm C
J HEPATOL. 2021;75(2):414-423.

Kreatininanstieg, Fieber und Hämoptysen: „Double trouble“
Riedel J, Wiech T, Krebs C, Panzer U
Der Nephrologe. 2021;16(6):386-390.

IL-17 receptor c signaling controls CD4+TH17 immune responses and tissue injury in immune-mediated kidney diseases
Schmidt T, Luebbe J, Kilian C, Riedel J, Hiekmann S, Asada N, Ginsberg P, Robben L, Song N, Kaffke A, Peters A, Borchers A, Flavell R, Gagliani N, Pelzcar P, Huber S, Huber T, Turner J, Paust H, Krebs C, Panzer U
J AM SOC NEPHROL. 2021;32(12):3081-3098.

T cell plasticity in renal autoimmune disease
Soukou S, Huber S, Krebs C
CELL TISSUE RES. 2021;385(2):323-333.

Kidney organoid systems for studies of immune-mediated kidney diseases: challenges and opportunities
Stein M, Braun F, Krebs C, Bunders M
CELL TISSUE RES. 2021;385(2):457-473.

A fetal wave of human type 3 effector γδ cells with restricted TCR diversity persists into adulthood
Tan L, Fichtner A, Bruni E, Odak I, Sandrock I, Bubke A, Borchers A, Schultze-Florey C, Koenecke C, Förster R, Jarek M, von Kaisenberg C, Schulz A, Chu X, Zhang B, Li Y, Panzer U, Krebs C, Ravens S, Prinz I
SCI IMMUNOL. 2021;6(58):.

Clonal expansion and activation of tissue-resident memory-like Th17 cells expressing GM-CSF in the lungs of severe COVID-19 patients
Zhao Y, Kilian C, Turner J, Bosurgi L, Roedl K, Bartsch P, Gnirck A, Cortesi F, Schultheiß C, Hellmig M, Enk L, Hausmann F, Borchers A, Wong M, Paust H, Siracusa F, Scheibel N, Herrmann M, Rosati E, Bacher P, Kylies D, Jarczak D, Lütgehetmann M, Pfefferle S, Steurer S, Zur Wiesch J, Puelles V, Sperhake J, Addo M, Lohse A, Binder M, Huber S, Huber T, Kluge S, Bonn S, Panzer U, Gagliani N, Krebs C
SCI IMMUNOL. 2021;6(56):.

Single-cell biology to decode the immune cellular composition of kidney inflammation.
Zhao Y, Panzer U, Bonn S, Krebs C
CELL TISSUE RES. 2021;385(2):435-443.

Deep learning-based molecular morphometrics for kidney biopsies
Zimmermann M, Klaus M, Wong M, Thebille A, Gernhold L, Kuppe C, Halder M, Kranz J, Wanner N, Braun F, Wulf S, Wiech T, Panzer U, Krebs C, Hoxha E, Kramann R, Huber T, Bonn S, Puelles V
JCI INSIGHT. 2021;6(7):e144779.

Pathogen-induced tissue-resident memory TH17 (TRM17) cells amplify autoimmune kidney disease
Krebs C, Reimers D, Zhao Y, Paust H, Bartsch P, Nuñez S, Rosemblatt M, Hellmig M, Kilian C, Borchers A, Enk L, Zinke M, Becker M, Schmid J, Klinge S, Wong M, Puelles V, Schmidt C, Bertram T, Stumpf N, Hoxha E, Meyer-Schwesinger C, Lindenmeyer M, Cohen C, Rink M, Kurts C, Franzenburg S, Koch-Nolte F, Turner J, Riedel J, Huber S, Gagliani N, Huber T, Wiech T, Rohde H, Bono M, Bonn S, Panzer U, Mittrücker H
SCI IMMUNOL. 2020;5(50):.

Drawing a single-cell landscape of the human kidney in (pseudo)-space and time
Krebs C, Schlitzer A, Kurts C
KIDNEY INT. 2020;97(5):842-844.

Realistic in silico generation and augmentation of single-cell RNA-seq data using generative adversarial networks
Marouf M, Machart P, Bansal V, Kilian C, Magruder D, Krebs C, Bonn S
NAT COMMUN. 2020;11(1):166.

Role of regulatory T cells in experimental autoimmune glomerulonephritis
Klinge S, Yan K, Reimers D, Brede K, Schmid J, Paust H, Krebs C, Panzer U, Hopfer H, Mittrücker H
AM J PHYSIOL-RENAL. 2019;316(3):F572-F581.

Single-Cell Transcriptomics Identifies the Adaptation of Scart1+ Vγ6+ T Cells to Skin Residency as Activated Effector Cells
Tan L, Sandrock I, Odak I, Aizenbud Y, Wilharm A, Barros-Martins J, Tabib Y, Borchers A, Amado T, Gangoda L, Herold M, Schmidt-Supprian M, Kisielow J, Silva-Santos B, Koenecke C, Hovav A, Krebs C, Prinz I, Ravens S
CELL REP. 2019;27(12):3657-3671.e4.

Molecular and functional heterogeneity of IL-10-producing CD4+ T cells
Brockmann L, Soukou S, Steglich B, Czarnewski P, Zhao L, Wende S, Bedke T, Ergen C, Manthey C, Agalioti T, Geffken M, Seiz O, Parigi S, Sorini C, Geginat J, Fujio K, Jacobs T, Roesch T, Izbicki J, Lohse A, Flavell R, Krebs C, Gustafsson J, Antonson P, Roncarolo M, Villablanca E, Gagliani N, Huber S
NAT COMMUN. 2018;9(1):5457.

Plasticity and heterogeneity of Th17 in immune-mediated kidney diseases
Krebs C, Panzer U
J AUTOIMMUN. 2018;87:61-68.

IL-17C/IL-17 Receptor E Signaling in CD4 T Cells Promotes T17 Cell-Driven Glomerular Inflammation
Krohn S, Nies J, Kapffer S, Schmidt T, Riedel J, Kaffke A, Peters A, Steinmetz O, Krebs C, Turner J, Brix S, Paust H, Stahl R, Panzer U
J AM SOC NEPHROL. 2018;29(4):1210-1222.

Colitis Promotes a Pathological Condition of the Liver in the Absence of Foxp3 Regulatory T Cells
Mathies F, Steffens N, Kleinschmidt D, Stuhlmann F, Huber F, Roy U, Meyer T, Luetgehetmann M, von Petersdorff M, Seiz O, Herkel J, Schramm C, Flavell R, Gagliani N, Krebs C, Panzer U, Abdullah Z, Strowig T, Bedke T, Huber S
J IMMUNOL. 2018;201(12):3558-3568.

IL-10 Receptor Signaling Is Essential for TR1 Cell Function In Vivo
Brockmann L, Gagliani N, Steglich B, Giannou A, Kempski J, Pelczar P, Geffken M, Mfarrej B, Huber F, Herkel J, Wan Y, Esplugues E, Battaglia M, Krebs C, Flavell R, Huber S
J IMMUNOL. 2017;198(3):1130-1141.

T helper type 17 cells in immune-mediated glomerular disease
Krebs C, Schmidt T, Riedel J, Panzer U
NAT REV NEPHROL. 2017;13(10):647-659.

ISN Nexus 2016 Symposia: Translational Immunology in Kidney Disease—The Berlin Roadmap
Anders H, Rovin B, Jayne D, Brunetta P, Coppo R, Davidson A, Devarapu S, de Zeeuw D, Duffield J, Eulberg D, Fierro A, Floege J, Frese S, Guillevin L, Holdsworth S, Hughes J, Kettritz R, Kluger M, Krebs C, Lapteva L, Levin A, Li J, Lightstone L, Mack M, Mansouri L, McAdoo S, McKinney E, Panzer U, Parikh S, Pusey C, Putterman C, Rabelink T, Radbruch A, Rees A, Reilly M, Reinders M, Remuzzi G, Ruggenenti P, Sacks S, Schall T, Meyer-Schwesinger C, Sharma K, Suzuki Y, Tomas N, Zhao M
KIDNEY INT REP. 2016;1(4):327-339.

Autoimmune Renal Disease Is Exacerbated by S1P-Receptor-1-Dependent Intestinal Th17 Cell Migration to the Kidney
Krebs C, Paust H, Krohn S, Koyro T, Brix S, Riedel J, Bartsch P, Wiech T, Meyer-Schwesinger C, Huang J, Fischer N, Busch C, Mittrücker H, Steinhoff U, Stockinger B, Perez L, Wenzel U, Janneck M, Steinmetz O, Gagliani N, Stahl R, Huber S, Turner J, Panzer U
IMMUNITY. 2016;45(5):1078-1092.

CD4+ T Cell Fate in Glomerulonephritis: A Tale of Th1, Th17, and Novel Treg Subtypes
Krebs C, Steinmetz O
MEDIAT INFLAMM. 2016;2016:.

Plasticity of Th17 Cells in Autoimmune Kidney Diseases
Krebs C, Turner J, Paust H, Kapffer S, Koyro T, Krohn S, Ufer F, Friese M, Flavell R, Stockinger B, Steinmetz O, Stahl R, Huber S, Panzer U
J IMMUNOL. 2016;197(2):449-57.

CXCR3+ Regulatory T Cells Control TH1 Responses in Crescentic GN
Paust H, Riedel J, Krebs C, Turner J, Brix S, Krohn S, Velden J, Wiech T, Kaffke A, Peters A, Bennstein S, Kapffer S, Meyer-Schwesinger C, Wegscheid C, Tiegs G, Thaiss F, Mittrücker H, Steinmetz O, Stahl R, Panzer U
J AM SOC NEPHROL. 2016;27(7):1933-42.

IL-17F Promotes Tissue Injury in Autoimmune Kidney Diseases
Riedel J, Paust H, Krohn S, Turner J, Kluger M, Steinmetz O, Krebs C, Stahl R, Panzer U
J AM SOC NEPHROL. 2016;27(12):3666-3677.

Immune Mechanisms in Arterial Hypertension
Wenzel U, Turner J, Krebs C, Kurts C, Harrison D, Ehmke H
J AM SOC NEPHROL. 2016;27(3):677-86.

CC Chemokine Ligand 18 in ANCA-Associated Crescentic GN
Brix S, Stege G, Disteldorf E, Hoxha E, Krebs C, Krohn S, Otto B, Klätschke K, Herden E, Heymann F, Lira S, Tacke F, Wolf G, Busch M, Jabs W, Özcan F, Keller F, Beige J, Wagner K, Helmchen U, Noriega M, Wiech T, Panzer U, Stahl R
J AM SOC NEPHROL. 2015;26(9):2105-2117.

CXCL5 drives neutrophil recruitment in TH17-mediated GN
Disteldorf E, Krebs C, Paust H, Turner J, Nouailles G, Tittel A, Meyer-Schwesinger C, Stege G, Brix S, Velden J, Wiech T, Helmchen U, Steinmetz O, Peters A, Bennstein S, Kaffke A, Llanto C, Lira S, Mittrücker H, Stahl R, Kurts C, Kaufmann S, Panzer U
J AM SOC NEPHROL. 2015;26(1):55-66.

Function of the Th17/interleukin-17A immune response in murine lupus nephritis
Schmidt T, Paust H, Krebs C, Turner J, Kaffke A, Bennstein S, Koyro T, Peters A, Velden J, Hünemörder S, Haag F, Steinmetz O, Mittrücker H, Stahl R, Panzer U
ARTHRITIS RHEUMATOL. 2015;67(2):475-87.

Deficiency of the interleukin 17/23 axis accelerates renal injury in mice with deoxycorticosterone acetate+angiotensin ii-induced hypertension
Krebs C, Lange S, Niemann G, Rosendahl A, Lehners A, Meyer-Schwesinger C, Stahl R, Benndorf R, Velden J, Paust H, Panzer U, Ehmke H, Wenzel U
HYPERTENSION. 2014;63(3):565-71.

Increased expression of (pro)renin receptor does not cause hypertension or cardiac and renal fibrosis in mice
Rosendahl A, Niemann G, Lange S, Ahadzadeh E, Krebs C, Contrepas A, van Goor H, Wiech T, Bader M, Schwake M, Peters J, Stahl R, Nguyen G, Wenzel U
LAB INVEST. 2014;94(8):863-72.

MicroRNA-155 drives TH17 immune response and tissue injury in experimental crescentic GN
Krebs C, Kapffer S, Paust H, Schmidt T, Bennstein S, Peters A, Stege G, Brix S, Meyer-Schwesinger C, Müller R, Turner J, Steinmetz O, Wolf G, Stahl R, Panzer U
J AM SOC NEPHROL. 2013;24(12):1955-65.

AT1 antagonism and renin inhibition in mice: pivotal role of targeting angiotensin II in chronic kidney disease.
Fraune C, Lange S, Krebs C, Hölzel A, Baucke J, Divac N, Schwedhelm E, Streichert T, Velden J, Garrelds I, Danser A, Frenay A, van Goor H, Jankowski V, Stahl R, Nguyen G, Wenzel U
AM J PHYSIOL-RENAL. 2012;303(7):1037-1048.

CCR5 deficiency does not reduce hypertensive end-organ damage in mice
Krebs C, Fraune C, Schmidt-Haupt R, Turner J, Panzer U, Quang M, Tannapfel A, Velden J, Stahl R, Wenzel U
AM J HYPERTENS. 2012;25(4):479-486.

Glomerulonephritiden – Genetische Aspekte
Krebs C, Panzer U
Dialyse aktuell. 2012;16(9):523-527.

Chemokines play a critical role in the cross-regulation of Th1 and Th17 immune responses in murine crescentic glomerulonephritis.
Paust H, Turner J, Riedel J, Disteldorf E, Peters A, Schmidt T, Krebs C, Velden J, Mittrücker H, Steinmetz O, Stahl R, Panzer U
KIDNEY INT. 2012;82(1):72-83.

Immature renal dendritic cells recruit regulatory CXCR6(+) invariant natural killer T cells to attenuate crescentic GN.
Riedel J, Paust H, Turner J, Tittel A, Krebs C, Disteldorf E, Wegscheid C, Tiegs G, Velden J, Mittrücker H, Garbi N, Stahl R, Steinmetz O, Kurts C, Panzer U
J AM SOC NEPHROL. 2012;23(12):1987-2000.

Dimethylarginine dimethylaminohydrolase1 is an organ-specific mediator of end organ damage in a murine model of hypertension.
Sydow K, Schmitz C, von Leitner E, von Leitner R, Klinke A, Atzler D, Krebs C, Wieboldt H, Ehmke H, Schwedhelm E, Meinertz T, Blankenberg S, Böger R, Magnus T, Baldus S, Wenzel U
PLOS ONE. 2012;7(10):48150.

IL-17A production by renal γδ T cells promotes kidney injury in crescentic GN.
Turner J, Krebs C, Tittel A, Paust H, Meyer-Schwesinger C, Bennstein S, Steinmetz O, Prinz I, Magnus T, Korn T, Stahl R, Kurts C, Panzer U
J AM SOC NEPHROL. 2012;23(9):1486-1495.

Protective role for CCR5 in murine lupus nephritis.
Turner J, Paust H, Mathey S, Bramke P, Krebs C, Steinmetz O, Velden J, Haag F, Stahl R, Panzer U
AM J PHYSIOL-RENAL. 2012;302(11):1503-1515.

Podocytes of AT2 receptor knockout mice are protected from angiotensin II-mediated RAGE induction
Rüster C, Franke S, Wenzel U, Schmidthaupt R, Fraune C, Krebs C, Wolf G
AM J NEPHROL. 2011;34(4):309-317.

Characterisation of a novel glycosylphosphatidylinositol-anchored mono-ADP-ribosyltransferase isoform in ovary cells.
Stilla A, Simone D, Dani N, Krebs C, Arrizza A, Corda D, Haag F, Koch Nolte F, Maria D
EUR J CELL BIOL. 2011;90(8):665-677.

The angiotensin II type 2 receptor in renal disease.
Wenzel U, Krebs C, Benndorf R
J RENIN-ANGIO-ALDO S. 2010;11(1):37-41.

Angiotensin II type 2 receptor deficiency aggravates renal injury and reduces survival in chronic kidney disease in mice.
Benndorf R, Krebs C, Hirsch-Hoffmann B, Schwedhelm E, Cieslar G, Schmidt-Haupt R, Steinmetz O, Meyer-Schwesinger C, Thaiss F, Haddad M, Fehr S, Heilmann A, Helmchen U, Hein L, Ehmke H, Stahl R, Böger R, Wenzel U
KIDNEY INT. 2009;75(10):1039-1049.

NAD+ and ATP released from injured cells induce P2X7-dependent shedding of CD62L and externalization of phosphatidylserine by murine T cells.
Scheuplein F, Schwarz N, Adriouch S, Krebs C, Bannas P, Rissiek B, Seman M, Haag F, Koch Nolte F
J IMMUNOL. 2009;182(5):2898-2908.

Rapid development of severe end-organ damage in C57BL/6 mice by combining DOCA salt and angiotensin II.
Kirchhoff F, Krebs C, Abdulhag U, Meyer-Schwesinger C, Maas R, Helmchen U, Hilgers K, Wolf G, Stahl R, Wenzel U
KIDNEY INT. 2008;73(5):643-650.

Effect of (pro)renin receptor inhibition by a decoy peptide on renal damage in the clipped kidney of Goldblatt rats.
Krebs C, Weber M, Steinmetz O, Meyer-Schwesinger C, Stahl R, Danser A, Garrelds I, van Goor H, Nguyen G, Müller D, Wenzel U
KIDNEY INT. 2008;74(6):823-824.

[Quality of life under antihypertensive therapy: essentially for compliance]
Wenzel U, Krebs C
MMW Fortschr Med. 2008;150(24):30-32.

Antihypertensive therapy upregulates renin and (pro)renin receptor in the clipped kidney of Goldblatt hypertensive rats.
Krebs C, Hamming I, Sadaghiani S, Steinmetz O, Meyer-Schwesinger C, Fehr S, Stahl R, Garrelds I, Danser A, van Goor H, Contrepas A, Nguyen G, Wenzel U
KIDNEY INT. 2007;72(6):725-730.

Antihypertensive therapy induces compartment-specific chemokine expression and a Th1 immune response in the clipped kidney of Goldblatt hypertensive rats.
Steinmetz O, Sadaghiani S, Panzer U, Krebs C, Meyer-Schwesinger C, Streichert T, Fehr S, Hamming I, van Goor H, Stahl R, Wenzel U
AM J PHYSIOL-RENAL. 2007;292(2):876-887.

Management of arterial hypertension in obese patients.
Wenzel U, Krebs C
CURR HYPERTENS REP. 2007;9(6):491-497.

ADP-ribosylation of membrane proteins: unveiling the secrets of a crucial regulatory mechanism in mammalian cells.
Koch-Nolte F, Adriouch S, Bannas P, Krebs C, Scheuplein F, Seman M, Haag F
ANN MED. 2006;38(3):188-199.

CD38 controls ADP-ribosyltransferase-2-catalyzed ADP-ribosylation of T cell surface proteins
Krebs C, Adriouch S, Braasch F, Koestner W, Leiter E, Seman M, Lund F, Oppenheimer N, Haag F, Koch-Nolte F
J IMMUNOL. 2005;174(6):3298-305.

Flow cytometric and immunoblot assays for cell surface ADP-ribosylation using a monoclonal antibody specific for ethenoadenosine
Krebs C, Koestner W, Nissen M, Welge V, Parusel I, Malavasi F, Leiter E, Santella R, Haag F, Koch-Nolte F
ANAL BIOCHEM. 2003;314(1):108-15.

NAD-induced T cell death: ADP-ribosylation of cell surface proteins by ART2 activates the cytolytic P2X7 purinoceptor
Seman M, Adriouch S, Scheuplein F, Krebs C, Freese D, Glowacki G, Deterre P, Haag F, Koch-Nolte F
IMMUNITY. 2003;19(4):571-82.

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