Forschungsschwerpunkt

  • Ziel der Forschung am Institut für Netzwerkbiology (INET) ist es, die Prinzipien von Protein-Netzwerken zu verstehen. Insbesondere steht im Fokus wie sich die Netzwerke durch Umwelteinflüsse, mikrobielle und körpereigene Botenstoffe und durch evolutionäre Prozesse verändern, um so den Organismus positiv oder negativ zu beeinflussen. Das Institut verfolgt einen interdisziplinären Forschungsansatz auf Grundlage experimenteller und theoretischer Methoden der Systembiologie.

Aktuelles

  • Since February 1st 2017 Prof. Dr. Pascal Falter-Braun is director of the new Insitute of Network Biology - INET  PM

    Upcoming Meetings and Conferences

     

    meeting on Systems Biology: Networks    March 14 - 18, 2017                       Organizers: Pascal Falter-Braun, Helmholtz Zentrum Munich & Ludwig-Maximilians-University, GermanySuzanne Gaudet, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School, Ben Lehner, Centre for Genomic Regulation, Spain
    Chad Myers, University of Minnesota

     

     

Aktuelle Publikationen

  • Garcia-Molina, A., M. Altmann, A. Alkofer, P. M. Epple, J. L. Dangl and P. Falter-Braun (2017).  LSU network hubs integrate abiotic and biotic stress responses via interaction with the superoxide dismutase FSD2.  Journal of Experimental Botany

    Diesner, S. C., C. Bergmayr, B. Pfitzner, V. Assmann, D. Krishnamurthy, P. Starkl, D. Endesfelder, M. Rothballer, G. Welzl, T. Rattei, T. Eiwegger, Z. Szépfalusi, H. Fehrenbach, E. Jensen-Jarolim, A. Hartmann, I. Pali-Schöll and E. Untersmayr (2016). A distinct microbiota composition is associated with protection from food allergy in an oral mouse immunization model.  Clinical Immunology 173: 10-18.

    Han, S., D. Li, E. Trost, K. F. Mayer, V. Corina, W. Heller, M. Schmid, A. Hartmann and M. Rothballer (2016).  Systemic responses of barley to the 3-hydroxy-decanoyl-homoserine lactone producing plant beneficial endophyte acidovorax radicis N35.  Frontiers in Plant Science 7(DECEMBER 2016).

    Steiner, A., K. Rybak, M. Altmann, H. E. McFarlane, S. Klaeger, N. Nguyen, E. Facher, A. Ivakov, G. Wanner, B. Kuster, S. Persson, P. Braun, M. T. Hauser and F. F. Assaad (2016).  Cell cycle-regulated PLEIADE/AtMAP65-3 links membrane and microtubule dynamics during plant cytokinesis.  Plant Journal 88(4): 531-541.

    Bensidhoum, L., E. Nabti, N. Tabli, P. Kupferschmied, A. Weiss, M. Rothballer, M. Schmid, C. Keel and A. Hartmann (2016).  Heavy metal tolerant Pseudomonas protegens isolates from agricultural well water in northeastern Algeria with plant growth promoting, insecticidal and antifungal activities. European Journal of Soil Biology 75: 38-46.

    Yachie, N., E. Petsalaki, J. C. Mellor, J. Weile, Y. Jacob, M. Verby, S. B. Ozturk, S. Li, A. G. Cote, R. Mosca, J. J. Knapp, M. Ko, A. Yu, M. Gebbia, N. Sahni, S. Yi, T. Tyagi, D. Sheykhkarimli, J. F. Roth, C. Wong, L. Musa, J. Snider, Y. C. Liu, H. Yu, P. Braun, I. Stagljar, T. Hao, M. A. Calderwood, L. Pelletier, P. Aloy, D. E. Hill, M. Vidal and F. P. Roth (2016).  Pooled-matrix protein interaction screens using Barcode Fusion Genetics.  Molecular Systems Biology 12(4).

    Glaeser, S. P., J. Imani, I. Alabid, H. Guo, N. Kumar, P. Kämpfer, M. Hardt, J. Blom, A. Goesmann, M. Rothballer, A. Hartmann and K. H. Kogel (2016). Non-pathogenic Rhizobium radiobacter F4 deploys plant beneficial activity independent of its host Piriformospora indica.  ISME Journal 10(4): 871-884. Volume 10, Issue 4, 1 April 2016, Pages 871-884

    Obersteiner, A., S. Gilles, U. Frank, I. Beck, F. Häring, D. Ernst, M. Rothballer, A. Hartmann, C. Traidl-Hoffmann and M. Schmid (2016). Pollen-associated microbiome correlates with pollution parameters and the allergenicity of pollen.  PLoS ONE 11(2). Volume 11, Issue 2, February 2016, Article number e0149545