Katrin Neumann

Latest publications

The pH sensibility of actin-bundling LIM proteins is governed by the acidic properties of their C-terminal domain.

  • Cytoskeleton and Cancer Progression
  • NORLUX-Glioma Biology
  • NORLUX-DNA repair and chemoresistance
August 19, 2015
2015 Aug. FEBS Lett.589(18):2312-9. Epub 2015 Jul 29.
By:
  • Moes D
  • Hoffmann C
  • Dieterle M
  • Moreau F
  • Neumann K
  • Papuga J
  • Furtado AT
  • Steinmetz A
  • Thomas C.

Human muscle LIM protein dimerizes along the actin cytoskeleton and cross-links actin filaments.

  • Cytoskeleton and Cancer Progression
  • Cardiovascular Research Unit
August 15, 2014
2014 Aug. Mol Cell Biol.34(16):3053-65. Epub 2014 Jun 16.
By:
  • Hoffmann C
  • Moreau F
  • Moes M
  • Luthold C
  • Dieterle M
  • Goretti E
  • Neumann K
  • Steinmetz A
  • Thomas C.

Live cell imaging reveals actin-cytoskeleton-induced self-association of the actin-bundling protein WLIM1.

  • Cytoskeleton and Cancer Progression
February 01, 2014
2014 Feb. J Cell Sci.127(Pt 3):583-98. Epub 2013 Nov 27.
By:
  • Hoffmann C
  • Moes D
  • Dieterle M
  • Neumann K
  • Moreau F
  • Tavares Furtado A
  • Dumas D
  • Steinmetz A
  • Thomas C.

A LIM domain protein from tobacco involved in actin-bundling and histone gene transcription.

  • Cytoskeleton and Cancer Progression
March 01, 2013
2013 Mar. Mol Plant.6(2):483-502. Epub 2012 Aug 28.
By:
  • Moes D
  • Gatti S
  • Hoffmann C
  • Dieterle M
  • Moreau F
  • Neumann K
  • Schumacher M
  • Diederich M
  • Grill E
  • Shen WH
  • Steinmetz A
  • Thomas C.

Arabidopsis actin-depolymerizing factors (ADFs) 1 and 9 display antagonist activities.

  • Cytoskeleton and Cancer Progression
June 01, 2011
2011 Jun. FEBS Lett.585(12):1821-7. Epub 2011 May 11.
By:
  • Tholl S
  • Moreau F
  • Hoffmann C
  • Arumugam K
  • Dieterle M
  • Moes D
  • Neumann K
  • Steinmetz A
  • Thomas C.