Publications Harm H Kampinga

14 July 2016
  • Selected Publications:
  1. Rujano MA, Bosveld A, Salomons FA, Dijk F, van Waarde MAWH, van der Want JJL, de Vos RAI, Brunt ER, Sibon OCM, Kampinga HH. 2006. Polarized asymmetric inheritance of accumulated protein damage in higher eukaryotes. PloS Biology 4, 2325-2335. (pdf)
  2. Hageman J, Rujano MA, van Waarde MAWH, Kakkar V, Dirks D, Govorukhina N, Oosterveld-Hut HJM, Lubsen NH, Kampinga HH. 2010. A DNAJB Chaperone Subfamily with HDAC-dependent Activities Suppresses Toxic Protein Aggregation. Molecular Cell 37, 355-369. (pdf)
  3. Kampinga HH, Craig EA. 2010 The HSP70 chaperone machinery: J proteins as drivers of functional specificity. Nature Reviews Mol. Cell. Biol. 11, 579-592. (pdf)
  4. Vos MJ, Zijlstra MP, Kanon B, van Waarde-Verhagen MAWH, Brunt ERP, Oosterveld-Hut HMJ, Carra S, Sibon OCM, Kampinga HH. 2010. HSPB7 is the most potent polyQ aggregation suppressor within the HSPB family of molecular chaperones. Human Molecular Genetics 19, 4677-4693. (pdf)
  5. Carra S, Boncoraglio A, Bart Kanon, Brunsting JF, Minoia M, Rana A, Vos MJ, Seidel K, Sibon OCM, Kampinga HH. 2010. Identification of the Drosophila ortholog of HSPB8: implication of HSPB8 loss of function in protein folding diseases. J Biol Chem. 285, 37811-37822. (pdf)
  6. Minoia M, Boncoraglio A, Vinet J, Morelli F, Brunsting JF, Poletti A, Krom S, Reits E, Kampinga HH, Carra S‡. 2014. BAG3 induces the sequestration of proteasomal clients into cytoplasmic puncta: implication for a proteasome-to-autophagy switch. Autophagy, 10, 1603-1621 (‡ = shared last authors). (pdf)
  7. Mansson C, Arosio P, Hussein R, Kampinga HH, Hashem RM, Boelens WC, Dobson CM, Knowles TPJ, Linse S, Emanuelsson C. 2014. Interaction of the molecular chaperone DNAJB6 with growing amyloid-beta 42 (Aβ42) aggregates leads to sub-stoichiometric inhibition of amyloid formation. Biol. Chem. 289, 31066-31076. (pdf)
  8. Vos MJ, Carra S, Kanon B, Bosveld F, Klauke K, Sibon OCM* and Kampinga HH* 2016. Specific protein homeostatic functions of small heat shock proteins increase lifespan. Ageing Cell 15, 217-226. (*shared last authors). (pdf)
  9. Kakkar V, Månsson C, de Mattos EP, Bergink S, van der Zwaag M, van Waarde MAWH, Kloosterhuis NJ, Melki R, van Cruchten R, Al-Karadaghi S, Arosio P, Dobson CM, Knowles TPJ, Bates GP, van Deursen J, Linse S, van de Sluis AJ, Emanuelsson C*, and Kampinga HH*. 2016. The S/T-rich motif in the DNAJB6 chaperone delays polyglutamine aggregation and the onset of disease in a mouse model. Molecular Cell 62, 1-12. (*shared last authors). (pdf)
  10. Kampinga HH, Bergink S. 2016. Heat shock proteins as potential targets for protective strategies in neurodegeneration. Lancet Neurology, doi: 10.1016/S1474-4422(16)00099-5. (pdf)
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