Recent Publications on Influenza

Veit M, Serebryakova MV and Kordyukova LV (2013) Palmitoylation of influenza virus proteins. Biochemical Society Transactions 41, 50-55. (review)

Veit M, Engel S, Thaa B, Scolari S, Herrmann A. (2013) Lipid domain association of influenza virus proteins detected by dynamic fluorescence microscopy techniques. Cellular Microbiology 15, 179-189. (review)

Serebryakova MV, Kordyukova LV, Rudneva IA, Kropotkina EA, Veit M and Baratova LA (2013) Mass spectrometry analysis of influenza virus reassortant clones does not reveal an influence of other viral proteins on S-acylation of hemagglutinin. Archives of Virology 158, 467-472

Veit M (2012) Palmitoylation of viral proteins. Biology of the Cell, 104, 493-515 (review)

Engel S, de Vries M, Herrmann A and Veit M. (2012) Mutation of a raft-targeting signal in the transmembrane region retards transport of influenza virus hemagglutinin through the Golgi. FEBS Letters 586, 277-282.

Thaa B, Tielesch C, Möller L, Schmitt, AO, Wolff, T, Bannert N, Herrmann A and Veit M (2012) Growth of influenza A virus is not impeded by simultaneous removal of the cholesterol binding and acylation sites in the M2 protein. Journal of general Virology 93, 282-292

Thaa B, Levental, I, Herrmann, A, Veit M (2011) Intrinsic membrane association of the cytoplasmic tail of influenza virus M2 protein and lateral membrane sorting regulated by cholesterol binding and palmitoylation. Biochemical Journal 437, 389-397

Veit M and Thaa B (2011) Association of influenza virus proteins with membrane rafts. Advances in Virology, Volume 2011 Article ID 370606 (review)

Thaa B, Herrmann A and Veit M (2010) Intrinsic cytoskeleton-dependent clustering of influenza virus M2 protein with hemagglutinin assessed by FLIM-FRET. Journal of Virology 84, 12445-12449

Kordyukova LV, Serebryakova MV, Baratova LA and Veit M (2010) Site-specific attachment of palmitate or stearate to cytoplasmic versus transmembrane cysteines is a common feature of viral spike proteins. Virology 398, 49-56

Engel S, Scolari S, Thaa B, Krebs N, Korte T, Herrmann A and Veit M (2010) FLIM-FRET and FRAP reveal association of influenza virus hemagglutinin with membrane rafts. Biochemical Journal 425, 567–573

Scolari S, Engel S, Krebs N, Plazzo AP, De Almeida RF, Prieto M, Veit M and Herrmann A (2009) Lateral distribution of the transmembrane domain of influenza virus hemagglutinin revealed by time resolved fluorescence imaging. Journal of Biological Chemistry 285, 15708-15716

Thaa B, Herrmann A and Veit M. (2009) The polybasic region is not essential for membrane binding of the matrixprotein M1of influenza virus. Virology 383, 150-155

Kordyukova LV, Serebryakova MV, Baratova LA and Veit M. (2008) S-acylation of HA of influenza viruses: Mass-spectrometry reveals site-specific attachment of stearate to a transmembrane cysteine Journal of Virology 82, 9288-9292

Recent Publications on the Arterivirus

Thaa B, Sinhadri BC, Tielesch C, Krause E, Veit M (2013) Signal Peptide Cleavage from GP5 of PRRSV: A Fraction of Molecules Retains the Decoy Epitope, a Presumed Molecular Cause for Viral Persistence. (submitted)

Kabatek A, Veit M (2012) Folding and Oligomerization of the gp2b/gp3/gp4 Spike Proteins of Equine Arteritis Virus in Vitro. Viruses 4, 414-423.

Thaa B, Kabatek A, Zevenhoven-Dobbe JC, Snijder EJ, Herrmann, A,Veit M (2009) Myristoylation of the E-protein of equine arteritis virus: the fatty acid is not essential for membrane binding of E but contributes to virus infectivity. Journal of general Virology 90, 2704-2712

Nietschke M, Korte T, Tielesch C, Veit M and Herrmann A. (2008) Equine arteritis virus is delivered to an acidic compartment of host cells via clathrin dependent endocytosis. Virology 377, 248-254

Veit M, Kabatek A, Tielesch C and Herrmann,A. (2008) Characterization of equine arteritis virus particles and demonstration of their hemolytic activity. Archives of Virology 153, 351-356

Recent Publications on Vesicular Transportation

Kümmel D, Walter J, Heck M, Heinemann U, Veit M (2010) Characterisation of the self-palmitoylation activity of the transport protein particle component Bet3. Cell. Mol. Life Sci. 67, 2653-2664

Kümmel D, Heinemann U and Veit M (2006) Unique self-palmitoylation activity of the transport protein particle Bet3: A mechanism required for protein stability. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (USA) 103, 12701-12706