M.Sc. Kristina Zlatina

Institut für Fortpflanzungsbiologie

+49 38208 68-752
Leibniz-Institut für Nutztierbiologie (FBN)
Institut für Fortpflanzungsbiologie
Wilhelm-Stahl-Allee 2
18196 Dummerstorf

Publikationen

Zlatina, K.; Galuska, S. P. (2019):
Polysialic acid modulates only the antimicrobial properties of distinct histones. ACS Omega 4 (1): 1601-1610
Zlatina, K.; Saftenberger, M.; Kühnle, A.; Galuska, C.E.; Gärtner, U.; Rebl, A.; Oster, M.; Vernunft, A.; Galuska, S. P. (2018):
Polysialic acid in human plasma can compensate the cytotoxicity of histones. Int J Mol Sci 19 (6): 1679, 1-10
Galuska, S. P.; Galuska, C.E.; Tharmalingam, T; Zlatina, K.; Prem, G.; Husejnov, F.C.O.; Rudd, P.M.; Vann, W.F.; Reid, C.; Vionnet, J.; Gallagher, M.E.; Carrington, F.A.; Hassett, S.L.; Carrington, S.D. (2017):
In vitro generation of polysialylated cervical mucins by bacterial polysialyltransferases to counteract cytotoxicity of extracellular histones. FEBS J 284 (11): 1688-1699
Galuska, C.E.; Dambon, J.; Kühnle, A.; Bornhöfft, K.; Prem, G.; Zlatina, K.; Lütteke, T.; Galuska, S. P. (2017):
Artificial polysialic acid chains as sialidase-resistant molecular-anchors to accumulate particles on neutrophil extracellular traps. Front Immunol 8: 1229, 1-10
Zlatina, K.; Lütteke, T.; Galuska, S. P. (2017):
Individual impact of distinct polysialic acid chain lengths on the cytotoxicity of histone H1, H2A, H2B, H3 und H4. POLYMERS-BASEL 9 (12): 720, 1-13