Prof. Dr. Urs Greber
Five key publications
Strunze, S, Engelke, M, Boucke, K, Puntener, D., Wang, I-H,
Schleich, S, Way, M, Schoenenberger, P, Burckhardt, CJ & Greber, UF
Kinesin-1 mediated capsid disassembly and disruption of the nuclear pore complexes promote virus infection.
Cell Host & Microbe 10, 210-23. Highlighted by Press release University of Zurich: mediadesk.uzh.ch
Lütschg, V, Boucke, K, Hemmi, S & Greber, UF (2011).
Chemotactic anti-viral cytokines promote infectious apical entry of human adenovirus into polarized epithelial cells.
Nature Comm, 2, 391. doi: 10.1038/ncomms1391.
Recommended by Faculty 1000: Recommended by Faculty, Article factor: 12.
Highlighted by Press release University of Zurich: mediadesk.uzh.ch
Meier, O, Boucke, K, Vig, S, Keller, S, Stidwill, RP, Hemmi, S &
Greber, UF (2002).
Adenovirus triggers macropinocytosis and endosomal leakage together with its clathrin mediated uptake.
J. Cell Biol. 158, 1119-31. Commented upon in ‘New in the JCB’: J. Cell Biol., Vol 158, September 16, 2002, 990.
Recommended by Faculty 1000: Recommended by Faculty, Article factor 6.
Trotman, L, Mosberger, N, Fornerod, M, Stidwill, RP & Greber, UF
Import of adenovirus DNA involves the nuclear pore complex receptor CAN/Nup214 and histone H1.
Nature Cell Biol, 3, 1092-1100.
Commented upon in:
- Nat Cell Biol, Vol 3 Dec 2001
- Nat. Medicine, Vol 7 Dec 2001
- Highlighted by press release, University of Zürich, Dec 12, 2001
- Swiss National Science Foundation press release Dec 17, 2001
Suomalainen, M, Nakano, MY, Boucke, K, Keller, S, Stidwill, RP & Greber, UF (1999).
Microtubule-dependent minus and plus end-directed motilities are competing processes for nuclear targeting of adenovirus.
J. Cell Biol. 144, 657-72.