Stefan Grimm
Stefan Grimm
Professor of Toxicology, Imperial College London
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The death domain kinase RIP mediates the TNF-induced NF-κB signal
MA Kelliher, S Grimm, Y Ishida, F Kuo, BZ Stanger, P Leder
Immunity 8 (3), 297-303, 1998
11511998
The inducible transcription factor NF-kappa B: structure-function relationship of its protein subunits.
S Grimm, PA Baeuerle
Biochemical journal 290 (Pt 2), 297, 1993
5601993
Bcl-2 down-regulates the activity of transcription factor NF-kappaB induced upon apoptosis.
S Grimm, MK Bauer, PA Baeuerle, K Schulze-Osthoff
The Journal of cell biology 134 (1), 13-23, 1996
4141996
The permeability transition pore signals apoptosis by directing Bax translocation and multimerization
F De Giorgi, L Lartigue, MKA Bauer, A Schubert, S Grimm, GT HANSON, ...
The FASEB journal 16 (6), 607-609, 2002
3082002
Adenine nucleotide translocase-1, a component of the permeability transition pore, can dominantly induce apoptosis
MKA Bauer, A Schubert, O Rocks, S Grimm
The Journal of cell biology 147 (7), 1493-1502, 1999
3081999
Fis1 and Bap31 bridge the mitochondria–ER interface to establish a platform for apoptosis induction
R Iwasawa, AL Mahul‐Mellier, C Datler, E Pazarentzos, S Grimm
The EMBO journal 30 (3), 556-568, 2011
2772011
The permeability transition pore complex in cancer cell death
C Brenner, S Grimm
Oncogene 25 (34), 4744-4756, 2006
2432006
The permeability transition pore in cell death
S Grimm, D Brdiczka
Apoptosis 12 (5), 841-855, 2007
1942007
The ER–mitochondria interface: the social network of cell death
S Grimm
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Molecular Cell Research 1823 (2), 327-334, 2012
1652012
Cyclophilin D, a component of the permeability transition-pore, is an apoptosis repressor
A Schubert, S Grimm
Cancer Research 64 (1), 85-93, 2004
1352004
RIP and FADD: two" death domain"-containing proteins can induce apoptosis by convergent, but dissociable, pathways
S Grimm, BZ Stanger, P Leder
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 93 (20), 10923-10927, 1996
1351996
The art and design of genetic screens: mammalian culture cells
S Grimm
Nature Reviews Genetics 5 (3), 179-189, 2004
1332004
Mitochondrial respiratory chain complexes: apoptosis sensors mutated in cancer?
A Lemarie, S Grimm
Oncogene 30 (38), 3985-4003, 2011
1012011
Functional antagonism between members of the myb family: B‐myb inhibits v‐myb‐induced gene activation.
G Foos, S Grimm, KH Klempnauer
The EMBO journal 11 (12), 4619-4629, 1992
991992
Spike, a novel BH3-only protein, regulates apoptosis at the endoplasmic reticulum
T Mund, A Gewies, N Schoenfeld, MKA Bauer, S Grimm
The FASEB Journal 17 (6), 696-698, 2003
962003
Specific disintegration of complex II succinate: ubiquinone oxidoreductase links pH changes to oxidative stress for apoptosis induction
A Lemarie, L Huc, E Pazarentzos, AL Mahul-Mellier, S Grimm
Cell Death & Differentiation 18 (2), 338-349, 2011
862011
The tumor suppressor cybL, a component of the respiratory chain, mediates apoptosis induction
T Albayrak, V Scherhammer, N Schoenfeld, E Braziulis, T Mund, ...
Molecular biology of the cell 14 (8), 3082-3096, 2003
862003
Methods in molecular biology
PE Vaillancourt
Humana press, 2003
822003
Respiratory chain complex II as general sensor for apoptosis
S Grimm
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Bioenergetics 1827 (5), 565-572, 2013
662013
The metastasis suppressor gene C33/CD82/KAI1 induces apoptosis through reactive oxygen intermediates
N Schoenfeld, MKA Bauer, S Grimm
The FASEB journal 18 (1), 158-160, 2004
632004
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