Areas of Activity#

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  • 1972-1974 Part time teaching positions at Depts. of Anatomy, Medical and Physiological Chemistry, and Physiology Go to
    Fields of Scholarship
  • 1975-1980 Graduate student scholarship at Dept of Medical and Physiological Chemistry combined with a part time teaching position Go to
  • 1980 Research Assistant at Dept of Medical and Physiological Chemistry Go to
  • 1981 Lecturer at Dept of Medical and Physiological Chemistry Go to
  • Adenoviral proteome Go to
  • Adhesion molecules Go to
  • Adhesion Signalling Go to
  • Aging und adaptation of the cardiovascular system Go to
  • Amino acid and phenylpropanoid biosynthesis Go to
  • Anaerobic ammonium oxidation Go to
  • Anaerobic methane oxidation Go to
  • Basic and clinical aspects of cancer Go to
  • Basic and clinical immunology Go to
  • Biochemical effects of mutations Go to
  • biochemistry & cell biology Go to
  • Biophysics: Neefjes developed various technologies to measure FRET and FRAP for single cell biochemistry. Go to
  • Biosynthesis of alkaloids Go to
  • Biosythesis of dyes and terpenes in plants Go to
  • Caenorhabditis elegans Go to
  • Cancer: utilizing biophysics showed conformational changes estrogen receptor and deciphered new resistance mechanism Go to
  • cardiovascular research Go to
  • Cell and Developmental Biology Go to
  • Cell and gene therapy Go to
  • Cell Biology: identified MHC class I and MHC class II cell biology, dynein motor control of vesicles, PI3kinase in MVB biogeneses Go to
  • cell biology, immunology Go to
  • Cell cycle checkpoints Go to
  • cell cycle control Go to
  • Cell cycle control Go to
  • Cell Cycle Control Go to
  • Cell cycle regulation Go to
  • cell & developmental biology Go to
  • Cell Differentiation Go to
  • Cell fate determination Go to
  • Cell Migration, Cell Proliferation and Signaling Go to
  • cell & molecular biology Go to
  • Chemical Biology: developed reciprocal chemical genetics to find host targets controlling bacterial infections and lead structures Go to
  • Chemistry: Neefjes applies chemistry in cell biology. Generated first inhibitors for TAP and for host factor antibiotics Go to
  • Cholesterol dysfunction Go to
  • Chromatin replication Go to
  • Chromosomal Translocations Go to
  • Chromosome pairing and recombination during meiosis Go to
  • chromosome segregation Go to
  • clinical chemistry (clinical pathology) Go to
  • clinical immunology Go to
  • Colorectal cancers Go to
  • Computational biology and medicine Go to
  • Control of gene expression Go to
  • Cyclin proteolysis Go to
  • developmental biology & genetics Go to
  • Developmental biology Go to
  • developmental biology Go to
  • Developmental Biology Go to
  • Developmental biology Go to
  • Developmental biology Go to
  • developmental biology, mouse genetics Go to
  • developmental genetics Go to
  • Development of electron microscope tomography Go to
  • Development of structured controlled vocabularies (ontologies) for use in the context of biological databases Go to
  • Discovering a novel type regulatory RNA - siRNA Go to
  • discovery of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) Go to
  • Double helix structure of DNA Go to
  • enhancement of the immune response and its relevance to vaccines Go to
  • Epigenetic control of gene expression Go to
  • Epithelial-mesenchymal interactions Go to
  • Establishment of cell polarity in Drosophila Go to
  • exploring the possible clinical utility of signal transduction antagonists Go to
  • Extravasation of lymphocytes Go to
  • Field cancerization Go to
  • Formation of morphine in mammals and in the human organism Go to
  • formation of new blood vessels (angiogenesis) Go to
  • genetic aspects of tumor biology Go to
  • Genetic fingerprinting Go to
  • Genetic mechanisms existing in bacteria and bacteriophages Go to
  • genetics, immunology Go to
  • Genome organization and evolution in Drosophila Go to
  • genome organization and stability Go to
  • G protein-coupled receptors Go to
  • Growth and cell migration in the zebrafish Go to
  • Hereditary diseases Go to
  • High throughput screenings: Neefjes performed various genetic and chemical screens to successfully find new targets and leads Go to
  • Host cell gene expression Go to
  • Huntington's disease Go to
  • immunology, cancer biology Go to
  • Immunology: Mechanisms of control of MHC class I and MHC class II expression, bacterial control phagosomes Go to
  • immunopathology, particularly in relation to systemic LE and to multiple sclerosis Go to
  • insect sting allergy Go to
  • Lymphendothelial cells Go to
  • Lymphocyte trafficking Go to
  • mammalian genetics Go to
  • Metagenomics of complex microbial communities Go to
  • Microbial ecology of anaerobic micro organism Go to
  • microbial immunology. Particular topics include microbial subversion of the innate immune response and the immunology of measles Go to
  • Microbial physiology of nitrogen and methane cycle bacteria Go to
  • Microbiology, Tumour and Cell Biology Go to
  • Molecular and genetic analysis of development Go to
  • Molecular Cell Biology Go to
  • Molecular cell biology Go to
  • Molecular Cell Biology Go to
  • Molecular control of heart and skeletal muscle development Go to
  • Molecular developmental biology Go to
  • molecular endocrinology Go to
  • molecular machinery that drives cell division and controls cell shape Go to
  • molecular medicine Go to
  • Molecular Medicine: Neefjes applied cell biology and next generation sequencing to find new modes of actions of anticancer drug Go to
  • Molecular Neurobiology Go to
  • molecular pharmacology Go to
  • molecular plant genetics Go to
  • Muscle Cell Biology (Skeletal and Cardiac Muscle) Go to
  • Muscle development Go to
  • myogenic cell lineages Go to
  • Nature and fate of transcription products Go to
  • Nervous system development Go to
  • Neural development (developmental neurobiology) Go to
  • Neurodegenerative diseases Go to
  • neurodegenerative diseases Go to
  • Neuroendocrine Signaling Go to
  • Nuclear transplantation Go to
  • pioneer in the area of cellular biology Go to
  • plant developmental biology Go to
  • plant ecophysiology Go to
  • plant molecular biology Go to
  • Prep1 transcription factor in mammalian development and regulation of Hox activity Go to
  • protein-dna interactions Go to
  • Protein Engineering Go to
  • Protein signaling in cells Go to
  • Proteomic strategies in health and disease Go to
  • Regulation of gene expression Go to
  • Regulation of genetic activity Go to
  • Retro viral oncogenes Go to
  • Retro viral oncogenes Go to
  • role of pericytes (smooth muscle-like cells in microvessels) in vessel integrity Go to
  • Signal transduction Go to
  • spindle assembly checkpoint Go to
  • Stem cell commitment in hematopoiesis Go to
  • Stem cell neurobiology and differentiation Go to
  • Stem cell research Go to
  • Stem cells and the regeneration of contractile tissues Go to
  • Structural Biology Go to
  • structure and biology of basement membranes Go to
  • synaptonemal complex Go to
  • Systems Biology: Neefjes has performed integrated screens to generate new biology that was experimentally validated Go to
  • Telomeres and genome stability in ageing Go to
  • the cell cycle in yeast Go to
  • the immunochemistry, biology and genetics of the complement system Go to
  • the pathophysiology of AIDS Go to
  • Tissue Regeneration Go to
  • Transcellular migration Go to
  • Transcriptional regulation Go to
  • Transcriptional regulation of urokinase (uPA) gene expression Go to
  • Tyrosine phosphorylation Go to

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