Prof. Dr. Martin Krönke

Affiliation: 

 

Prof. Dr. M. Krönke, homepage

Institute for Medical Microbiology, Immunology and Hygiene

Medical FacultyUniversity of Cologne

Goldenfelsstr. 19-21, 50935 Cologne

Phone: 0221-478-32000; Fax : 0211-478-32002

 

Honors & Awards (Selection)                     

2001                     Leibniz-Award, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)

2000                     Heinz Maurer’s Prize for Dermatological Research

1994                     SmithKline Beecham’s Scientific Award for Basic Medical Research 

1989                     Recipient of the DFG Heisenberg Scholarship

1987                     Johann-Georg-Zimmermann-Fond’s Prize

 

Selected Publications

  • Yazdanpanah B, Wiegmann K, Tchikov V, Krut O, Pongratz C, Schramm M, Kleinridders A, Wunderlich T, Kashkar H, Utermöhlen O, Brüning JC, Schütze S, Krönke M. (2009). Riboflavin kinase couples TNF receptor 1 to NADPH oxidase. Nature. 460, 1159-63.
  • Herz J, Pardo J, Kashkar H, Schramm M, Kuzmenkina E, Bos E, Wiegmann K, Wallich R, Peters PJ, Herzig S, Schmelzer E, Krönke M*, Simon MM, Utermöhlen O*. (2009). Acid sphingomyelinase is a key regulator of cytotoxic granule secretion by primary T lymphocytes. Nat Immunol. 10, 761-768. (* shared responsible authorship)
  • Glowalla E, Tosetti B, Krönke M, Krut O. (2009). Proteomics-based identification of anchorless cell wall proteins as vaccine candidates against Staphylococcus aureus. Infect Immun. 77, 2719-29.
  • Schramm M, Herz J, Haas A, Krönke M, Utermöhlen O. (2008). Acid sphingomyelinase is required for efficient phago-lysosomal fusion. Cell Microbiol. 10, 1839-1853.
  • Theisen DM, Pongratz C, Wiegmann K, Rivero F, Krut O, Krönke M. (2006). Trageting of HIV-1 Tat traffic and function by transduction-competent single chain antibodies. Vaccine. 24, 3127-3136.