Angelika Schmidt
Angelika Schmidt
Biomedical Center Munich, Institute for Immunology
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Molecular mechanisms of treg-mediated T cell suppression
A Schmidt, N Oberle, PH Krammer
Frontiers in immunology 3, 51, 2012
FOXP3+ CD25− tumor cells with regulatory function in Sezary syndrome
JB Heid, A Schmidt, N Oberle, S Goerdt, PH Krammer, E Suri-Payer, ...
Journal of Investigative Dermatology 129 (12), 2875-2885, 2009
Human Regulatory T Cells Rapidly Suppress T Cell Receptor–Induced Ca2+, NF-κB, and NFAT Signaling in Conventional T Cells
A Schmidt, N Oberle, EM Weiss, D Vobis, S Frischbutter, R Baumgrass, ...
Sci. Signal. 4 (204), ra90-ra90, 2011
Comparative analysis of protocols to induce human CD4+ Foxp3+ regulatory T cells by combinations of IL-2, TGF-beta, retinoic acid, rapamycin and butyrate
A Schmidt, M Eriksson, MM Shang, H Weyd, J Tegnér
PloS one 11 (2), e0148474, 2016
Foxp3-mediated suppression of CD95L expression confers resistance to activation-induced cell death in regulatory T cells
EM Weiss, A Schmidt, D Vobis, N Garbi, K Lahl, CT Mayer, T Sparwasser, ...
The Journal of Immunology 187 (4), 1684-1691, 2011
Comparative neurotoxicity of weekly non-break paclitaxel infusions over 1 versus 3 h
S Mielke, K Mross, TA Gerds, A Schmidt, R Wäsch, DP Berger, W Lange, ...
Anti-cancer drugs 14 (10), 785-792, 2003
Human macrophages induce CD4+Foxp3+ regulatory T cells via binding and re‐release of TGF‐β
A Schmidt, XM Zhang, RN Joshi, S Iqbal, C Wahlund, S Gabrielsson, ...
Immunology and cell biology 94 (8), 747-762, 2016
Quantification of signaling lipids by nano-electrospray ionization tandem mass spectrometry (Nano-ESI MS/MS)
M Haag, A Schmidt, T Sachsenheimer, B Brügger
Metabolites 2 (1), 57-76, 2012
The folate-coupled enzyme MTHFD2 is a nuclear protein and promotes cell proliferation
NG Sheppard, L Jarl, D Mahadessian, L Strittmatter, A Schmidt, ...
Scientific reports 5, 15029, 2015
Analysis of FOXP3+ regulatory T cell subpopulations in peripheral blood and tissue of patients with systemic lupus erythematosus
A Schmidt, CC Rieger, RK Venigalla, S Éliás, R Max, HM Lorenz, ...
Immunologic research 65 (2), 551-563, 2017
Predicting causal relationships from biological data: Applying automated causal discovery on mass cytometry data of human immune cells
S Triantafillou, V Lagani, C Heinze-Deml, A Schmidt, J Tegner, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 12724, 2017
Metabolite profiling and stable isotope tracing in sorted subpopulations of mammalian cells
I Roci, H Gallart-Ayala, A Schmidt, J Watrous, M Jain, CE Wheelock, ...
Analytical chemistry 88 (5), 2707-2713, 2016
11 Causality, Information, and Biological Computation
H Zenil, A Schmidt, J Tegnér
From Matter to Life: Information and Causality, 244, 2017
Time-resolved transcriptome and proteome landscape of human regulatory T cell (Treg) differentiation reveals novel regulators of FOXP3
A Schmidt, F Marabita, NA Kiani, CC Gross, HJ Johansson, S Éliás, ...
BMC biology 16 (1), 47, 2018
In vitro differentiation of human CD4+ FOXP3+ induced regulatory T cells (iTregs) from naďve CD4+ T cells using a TGF-β-containing protocol
A Schmidt, S Éliás, RN Joshi, J Tegnér
JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments), e55015, 2016
Proteome organization in a genome-reduced bacterium
T Yamada, T Maier, S Bader, P Beltran-Alvarez, D Castao-Diez, WH Chen, ...
Science 326 (5957), 12351240Kwok, 2009
567 Bauer M, Aebersold R
A Schmidt, K Kochanowski, S Vedelaar, E Ahrné, B Volkmer, L Callipo, ...
Heinemann M, 2016
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A Schmidt, M Beck
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An algorithmic information calculus for causal discovery and reprogramming systems
H Zenil, NA Kiani, F Marabita, Y Deng, S Elias, A Schmidt, G Ball, ...
iScience 19, 1160-1172, 2019
Phosphoproteomics reveals regulatory T cell-Mediated DeF6 Dephosphorylation That affects cytokine expression in human conventional T cells
RN Joshi, NA Binai, F Marabita, Z Sui, A Altman, AJR Heck, J Tegnér, ...
Frontiers in immunology 8, 1163, 2017
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