Christine Siligan
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SIMKK, a mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) kinase, is a specific activator of the salt stress–induced MAPK, SIMK
S Kiegerl, F Cardinale, C Siligan, A Gross, E Baudouin, A Liwosz, S Eklöf, ...
The Plant Cell 12 (11), 2247-2258, 2000
The mobility of single-file water molecules is governed by the number of H-bonds they may form with channel-lining residues
A Horner, F Zocher, J Preiner, N Ollinger, C Siligan, SA Akimov, P Pohl
Science advances 1 (2), e1400083, 2015
EWS-FLI1 target genes recovered from Ewing's sarcoma chromatin
C Siligan, J Ban, R Bachmaier, L Spahn, M Kreppel, KL Schaefer, ...
Oncogene 24 (15), 2512-2524, 2005
Interaction of the EWS NH2 terminus with BARD1 links the Ewing’s sarcoma gene to a common tumor suppressor pathway
L Spahn, R Petermann, C Siligan, JA Schmid, DNT Aryee, H Kovar
Cancer research 62 (16), 4583-4587, 2002
Homotypic and heterotypic interactions of EWS, FLI1 and their oncogenic fusion protein
L Spahn, C Siligan, R Bachmaier, JA Schmid, DNT Aryee, H Kovar
Oncogene 22 (44), 6819-6829, 2003
YidC and SecYEG form a heterotetrameric protein translocation channel
I Sachelaru, L Winter, DG Knyazev, M Zimmermann, A Vogt, R Kuttner, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 101, 2017
Curli mediate bacterial adhesion to fibronectin via tensile multiple bonds
YJ Oh, M Hubauer-Brenner, HJ Gruber, Y Cui, L Traxler, C Siligan, S Park, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 33909, 2016
High-speed AFM images of thermal motion provide stiffness map of interfacial membrane protein moieties
J Preiner, A Horner, A Karner, N Ollinger, C Siligan, P Pohl, P Hinterdorfer
Nano letters 15 (1), 759-763, 2015
The bacterial translocon SecYEG opens upon ribosome binding
DG Knyazev, A Lents, E Krause, N Ollinger, C Siligan, D Papinski, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 288 (25), 17941-17946, 2013
Positively charged residues at the channel mouth boost single-file water flow
A Horner, C Siligan, A Cornean, P Pohl
Faraday Discussions 209, 55-65, 2018
The sodium glucose cotransporter SGLT1 is an extremely efficient facilitator of passive water transport
L Erokhova, A Horner, N Ollinger, C Siligan, P Pohl
Journal of Biological Chemistry 291 (18), 9712-9720, 2016
Musculin and TCF21 coordinate the maintenance of myogenic regulatory factor expression levels during mouse craniofacial development
N Moncaut, JW Cross, C Siligan, A Keith, K Taylor, PWJ Rigby, ...
Development 139 (5), 958-967, 2012
Tuning membrane protein mobility by confinement into nanodomains
A Karner, B Nimmervoll, B Plochberger, E Klotzsch, A Horner, ...
Nature nanotechnology 12 (3), 260-266, 2017
Quantification of water flux in vesicular systems
C Hannesschläger, T Barta, C Siligan, A Horner
Scientific reports 8 (1), 8516, 2018
Members of the TEAD family of transcription factors regulate the expression of Myf5 in ventral somitic compartments
R Ribas, N Moncaut, C Siligan, K Taylor, JW Cross, PWJ Rigby, ...
Developmental biology 355 (2), 372-380, 2011
Ion conductivity of the bacterial translocation channel SecYEG engaged in translocation
DG Knyazev, L Winter, BW Bauer, C Siligan, P Pohl
Journal of Biological Chemistry 289 (35), 24611-24616, 2014
Micropipette aspiration‐based assessment of single channel water permeability
D Boytsov, C Hannesschlaeger, A Horner, C Siligan, P Pohl
Biotechnology Journal 15 (7), 1900450, 2020
EWS-FLI1 in Ewing's sarcoma: real targets and collateral damage
J Ban, C Siligan, M Kreppel, D Aryee, H Kovar
New trends in cancer for the 21st century, 41-52, 2006
Voltage sensing in bacterial protein translocation
DG Knyazev, R Kuttner, AN Bondar, M Zimmerman, C Siligan, P Pohl
Biomolecules 10 (1), 78, 2020
Scattering versus fluorescence self-quenching: more than a question of faith for the quantification of water flux in large unilamellar vesicles?
J Wachlmayr, C Hannesschlaeger, A Speletz, T Barta, A Eckerstorfer, ...
Nanoscale Advances 4 (1), 58-76, 2022
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