Consortium members


The DFG priority programme SPP 2225 "Exit Strategies of intracellular pathogens" starts with the following projects:

Caroline Barisch Functional impact of mycobacterial cell wall components on the infection of Dictyostelium discoideum with Mycobacterium marinum
Sascha Brunke / Bernhard Hube Strategies of Candida albicans and Candida glabrata to exit from macrophages
Antje Flieger Function of Legionella pneumophila phospholipase in vacuole and host egress
Friedrich Frischknecht MTRAP mediated exit of Plasmodium from red blood cells and oocysts
Tim Wolf Gilberger / Paul-Christian Burda Identification and characterization of novel factors mediating Plasmodium falciparum egress from the red blood cell
Nishith Gupta The Function and Mechanism of cGMP signaling during egress and reactivation of Toxoplasma bradyzoites
Thomas Gutsmann Inside Out – The Role of Mycobacterial ESX Secretion Systems in Phagosome Escape
Monica Hagedorn The Ejectosome: Deciphering its Proteome
Philipp Henneke Exit of Mycobacterium avium from granuloma macrophages
Michael Hensel Integrity of the Salmonella-containing vacuole as decisive event in host cell exit of Salmonella enterica
Dagmar Heuer Deciphering the role of spingolipids in bacterial egress
Mathias Hornef / Marcus Fulde Bacterial and host factors governing enterocyte egress of Salmonella
Alyssa Ingmundson Mechanisms of Plasmodium departure from the liver infection stage
Anja Lührmann

Egress mechanisms of Coxiella burnetii

Kai Matuschewski Plasmodium escape from protective shells: Species- and stage-specific functions of SERA cysteine proteases in egress from oocysts and erythrocytes
Markus Meißner / Sujaan Das

Regulation and disassembly of the intravacuolar F-actin network during host cell egress by apicomplexan parasites

Andreas Müller / Ger van Zandbergen Cell death dependency of Leishmania exit from infected macrophages
Gabriele Pradel

Vesicle dynamics during the egress of malaria gametocytes from the red blood cell

Alexander Weber / Christiane Wolz Dissecting Staphylococcus aureus macrophage exit