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Prof. Dr. Michael Winklhofer

+49 441 798-3305

W04 0-077

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Selected Publications since 2016

  • D. Kobylkov, J. Wynn, M. Winklhofer, R. Chetverikova, J. Xu, H. Hiscock, P. J. Hore & H. Mouritsen, Electromagnetic 0.1–100 kHz noise does not disrupt orientation in a night-migrating songbird implying a spin coherence lifetime of less than 10 µs. J. R. Soc. Interface. Article ID 20190716, doi:10.1098/rsif.2019.0716
     
  • J. Vagts, A. Weiten, S. Scheve, K. Kalvelage, S. Swirski, L. Wöhlbrand, J. Neidhardt, M. Winklhofer & R. Rabus, Nanomolar Responsiveness of an Anaerobic Degradation Specialist to Alkylphenol Pollutants. J. Bact. doi:10.1128/JB.00595-19
     
  • M. Winklhofer (2019) Magnetoreception. A dynamo in the inner ear of pigeonsCurr. Biol. 29, R1224-R1226.                     
     
  • B.W. Zingsem, T. Feggeler, A. Terwey, S. Ghaisari, D. Spoddig, D. Faivre, R. Meckenstock, M. Farle & M. Winklhofer (2019) Biological encoded magnonics. Nature Comm. 10, Article number: 4345                                                                                                                                                      
     
  • A. Cordshagen, W. Busch, M. Winklhofer, H.G. Nothwang & A.M. Hartmann (2018) Phosphoregulation of the intracellular termini of K+-Cl− cotransporter 2 (KCC2) enables flexible control of its activity, J. Biol. Chem. 293, 16984-16993.
     
  • C. Massner, F. Siegmund, S. Pettinger, …, V. Ntziachristos, M. Winklhofer & G.G. Westmeyer (2018) Genetically controlled lysosomal entrapment of superparamagnetic ferritin for multimodal and multiscale imaging and actuation with low tissue attenuation, Adv. Funct. Mater. 28, 1706793.
  • A. Myklatun, A. Lauri, S.H.K. Eder, M. Capetta, D. Shcherbakov, W. Wurst, M. Winklhofer & G.G. Westmeyer (2018) Zebrafish and medaka offer insights into the neurobehavioral correlates of vertebrate magnetoreception, Nature Comm. 9, 802.
  • B.W. Zingsem, M. Winklhofer, R. Meckenstock & M. Farle (2017) Unified description of collective magnetic excitations, Phys. Rev. B 96, 224407.
  • C. Niessner & M. Winklhofer (2017) Radical-pair based magnetoreception in birds: radio-frequency experiments and the role of cryptochrome, J. Comp. Physiol., 203, 499-507.
  • S. Ghaisari, M. Winklhofer, P. Strauch, S. Klumpp & D. Faivre (2017) Magnetosome organization in magnetotactic bacteria unravelled by ferromagnetic resonance spectroscopy, Biophys. J., 113, 637-644.
  • A. Myklatun, M. Cappetta, M. Winklhofer, V. Ntziachristos & G.G. Westmeyer (2017) Microfluidic sorting of intrinsically magnetic cells under visual control, Sci. Rep. 7, 6942.
     
  • C. Niessner, S. Denzau, E.P. Malkemper, H. Burda, M. Winklhofer & L. Peichl (2016) Cryptochrome 1 in retinal cone receptors suggests a novel functional role in mammals, Sci. Rep., 6, 21848, doi: 10.1038/srep21848.
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