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(This is not a complete list of publications, but only a selection of the major ones.)


Schmitz, M.L.and P.A. Baeuerle (1991) The p65 subunit is responsible for the strong transcription activating potential of NF-B. EMBO J.12, 3805-3817.


Hofmann, T.G., Möller, A., Sirma, H., Zentgraf, H., Taya, Y., Dröge, W., Will, H. and M.L. Schmitz(2002) Regulation of p53 activity by its interaction with homeodomain interacting protein kinase 2. Nature Cell Biol.4, 1-10. (Krebspreis der Stadt Hamburg)

comment in: Nature Reviews Cancer(2002) 2, 5. 


Gresko, E., Roscic, A., Ritterhoff, S., Vichalkovski, A., del Sal, G. and M.L. Schmitz(2006) Autoregulatory control of the p53 response by caspase mediated processing of HIPK2. EMBO J.25, 1883-1894.


Roscic, A. Möller, A., Calzado, M.A., Renner, F., Wimmer, V.C., Gresko, E., Schmid Lüdi, K. and M.L. Schmitz(2006) Phosphorylation dependent control of Pc2 SUMO E3 ligase activity by its substrate protein HIPK2. Mol. Cell24, 77-89.


de la Vega, L., Grishina, I., Moreno, R., Krüger, M., Braun, T. and M.L. Schmitz(2012) A redox-regulated SUMO/acetylation switch of HIPK2 controls the survival threshold to oxidative stress. Mol. Cell46, 472-483. 

comment in Mol Cell. 2012 May 25;46(4):382-3.

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