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Christiane Riedel

The main focus of my research is the analysis of virus architecture and dynamics of infection processes, employing cryo electron tomography and subtomogram averaging, fluorescence microscopy as well as standard molecular biology techniques. Projects include the structure of pestivirus particles, dynamics and structural changes during pestiviral host cell entry and the structure of the rabies virus ribonucleoprotein complex. If you are interested in these areas of research and would like to get in touch, just write an email.

Open positions:

We currently do not have any openings. 

Projects:

FWF-funded project: Deciphering BVDV entry by targeted functional genomics

EU HORIZON funded project: NEXT GENERATION VACCINES AND DIAGNOSTICS TO PREVENT LIVESTOCK REPRODUCTIVE DISEASES OF WORLDWIDE IMPACT

 

Latest Publications:

ADAM17 Is an Essential Factor for the Infection of Bovine Cells with Pestiviruses

Discovery of a phylogenetically distinct poxvirus in diseased Crocodilurus amazonicus (family Teiidae). 

Safe and effective two-in-one replicon-and-VLP minispike vaccine for COVID-19: Protection of mice after a single immunization.

Glycoproteins of Predicted Amphibian and Reptile Lyssaviruses Can Mediate Infection of Mammalian and Reptile Cells

 

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