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Nika Pende
Nika Pende
Independent Postdoc at the University of Vienna, Austria
Verified email at univie.ac.at
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High-resolution ultramicroscopy of the developing and adult nervous system in optically cleared Drosophila melanogaster
M Pende, K Becker, M Wanis, S Saghafi, R Kaur, C Hahn, N Pende, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 4731, 2018
662018
Growth in width and FtsZ ring longitudinal positioning in a gammaproteobacterial symbiont
N Leisch, J Verheul, NR Heindl, HR Gruber-Vodicka, N Pende, ...
Current Biology 22 (19), R831-R832, 2012
572012
Host-polarized cell growth in animal symbionts
N Pende, J Wang, PM Weber, J Verheul, E Kuru, KMRR Simon, N Leisch, ...
Current Biology 28 (7), 1039-1051. e5, 2018
342018
SepF is the FtsZ anchor in archaea, with features of an ancestral cell division system
N Pende, A Sogues, D Megrian, A Sartori-Rupp, P England, H Palabikyan, ...
Nature Communications 12 (1), 3214, 2021
322021
Size-independent symmetric division in extraordinarily long cells
N Pende, N Leisch, HR Gruber-Vodicka, NR Heindl, J Ott, ...
Nature communications 5 (1), 4803, 2014
292014
Asynchronous division by non-ring FtsZ in the gammaproteobacterial symbiont of Robbea hypermnestra
N Leisch, N Pende, PM Weber, HR Gruber-Vodicka, J Verheul, ...
Nature microbiology 2 (1), 1-5, 2016
272016
An ancient divide in outer membrane tethering systems in bacteria suggests a mechanism for the diderm-to-monoderm transition
J Witwinowski, A Sartori-Rupp, N Taib, N Pende, TN Tham, D Poppleton, ...
Nature Microbiology 7 (3), 411-422, 2022
212022
Spotlight on FtsZ-based cell division in Archaea
S Ithurbide, S Gribaldo, SV Albers, N Pende
Trends in Microbiology, 2022
152022
SepF is the FtsZ anchor in archaea, with features of an ancestral cell division system. Nat Commun 12: 3214
N Pende, A Sogues, D Megrian, A Sartori-Rupp, P England, H Palabikyan, ...
52021
FtsZ-mediated fission of a cuboid bacterial symbiont
PM Weber, GF Paredes, T Viehboeck, N Pende, JM Volland, O Gros, ...
Iscience 25 (1), 2022
22022
SepF is the FtsZ-anchor in Archaea: implications for cell division in the last universal common ancestor
N Pende, A Sogues, D Megrian, H Palabikyan, A Sartori-Rupp, M Graña, ...
bioRxiv, 2020.10. 06.328377, 2020
22020
An ancient divide in outer membrane tethering systems in Bacteria
J Witwinowski, A Sartori-Rupp, N Taib, N Pende, TN Tham, D Poppleton, ...
bioRxiv, 2021.05. 31.446380, 2021
2021
Molecular identification and life cycle of the giant ectosymbiont of Eubostrichus dianaea
N Pende
na, 2013
2013
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