Michael Knop

1991 Diploma in Biology and Chemistry, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology 1995 Dr. rer. nat., University of Stuttgart 1996-1997 Postdoc at Max-Planck-Institute for Biochemistry, Munich 1998 Postdoc at The Beatson Institute for Cancer Research in Glasgow 1999-2001 Research Fellow at Max-Planck-Institute for Biochemistry, Munich 2001-2011 Group leader Cell Biology and Biophysics Unit, EMBL, Heidelberg since 2011 Full Professor at the ZMBH of the University of Heidelberg and Groupleader at the DKFZ
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Live-cell multiphoton fluorescence correlation spectroscopy with an improved large Stokes shift fluorescent protein.
Guan Y et al.
Mol Biol Cell
Protein quality control at the inner nuclear membrane.
Khmelinskii A et al.
PSFj: know your fluorescence microscope.
Theer P et al.
Nat Methods
PCR Duplication: A One-Step Cloning-Free Method to Generate Duplicated Chromosomal Loci and Interference-Free Expression Reporters in Yeast.
Huber F et al.
PLoS One
A memory system of negative polarity cues prevents replicative aging.
Meitinger F et al.
Quantification of cytosolic interactions identifies Ede1 oligomers as key organizers of endocytosis.
Boeke D et al.
Mol Syst Biol
Analytical model for macromolecular partitioning during yeast cell division.
Kinkhabwala A et al.
BMC Biophys
Analysis of protein dynamics with tandem fluorescent protein timers.
Khmelinskii A et al.
Methods Mol Biol
Tracking protein turnover and degradation by microscopy: photo-switchable versus time-encoded fluorescent proteins.
Knop M et al.
Open Biol
Spindle pole body-anchored Kar3 drives the nucleus along microtubules from another nucleus in preparation for nuclear fusion during yeast karyogamy.
Gibeaux R et al.
Genes Dev