Tatjana studied Molecular Biomedicine (B.Sc.) and Immunobiology (M.Sc.) at the University of Bonn from 2013 to 2018. After conducting her master thesis in Eicke’s laboratory, she joined Prof. Kensuke Miyake’s group at the University of Tokyo. Since 2019, Tatjana has been working on a collaborative project between Eicke’s and Kensuke’s groups for her doctoral studies, focusing on the role of Unc93b1 and alternative TLR-dependent responses in myeloid cells.
Appreciates Asian cuisine and enjoys woodworking
Skewed endosomal RNA responses from TLR7 to TLR3 in RNase T2-deficient macrophages
Liu K, Sato R, Shibata T, Hiranuma R,Reuter T, Fukui R, Zhang Y, Ichinohe T, Ozawa M, Yoshida N, Latz E, Miyake K.
The impact of cell maturation and tissue microenvironments on the expression of endosomal Toll-like receptors in monocytes and macrophages
Sato R, Reuter T, Hiranuma R, Shibata T,Fukui R, Motoi Y, Murakami Y, Tsukamoto H, Yamazaki S, Liu K, Saitoh SI, LatzE, Miyake K.
Heterologous Expression, Biosynthetic Studies, and Ecological Function of the Selective Gq-Signaling Inhibitor FR900359
Crüsemann M, Reher R, Schamari I, BrachmannAO, Ohbayashi T, Kuschak M, Malfacini D, Seidinger A, Pinto-Carbó M, Richarz R,Reuter T, Kehraus S, Hallab A, Attwood M, Schiöth HB, Mergaert P, Kikuchi Y,Schäberle TF, Kostenis E, Wenzel D, Müller CE, Piel J, Carlier A, Eberl L,König GM.