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2017

Bertschi, Nicole L. and Toenhake, Christa G. and Zou, Angela and Niederwieser, Igor and Henderson, Rob and Moes, Suzette and Jenoe, Paul and Parkinson, John and Bartfai, Richard and Voss, Till S.. (2017) Malaria parasites possess a telomere repeat-binding protein that shares ancestry with transcription factor IIIA. Nature Microbiology, 2. p. 17033.

Brancucci, Nicolas M. B. and Gerdt, Joseph P. and Wang, ChengQi and De Niz, Mariana and Philip, Nisha and Adapa, Swamy R. and Zhang, Min and Hitz, Eva and Niederwieser, Igor and Boltryk, Sylwia D. and Laffitte, Marie-Claude and Clark, Martha A. and Grüring, Christof and Ravel, Deepali and Blancke Soares, Alexandra and Demas, Allison and Bopp, Selina and Rubio-Ruiz, Belén and Conejo-Garcia, Ana and Wirth, Dyann F. and Gendaszewska-Darmach, Edyta and Duraisingh, Manoj T. and Adams, John H. and Voss, Till S. and Waters, Andrew P. and Jiang, Rays H. Y. and Clardy, Jon and Marti, Matthias. (2017) Lysophosphatidylcholine regulates sexual stage differentiation in the human malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum. Cell, 171 (7). 1532-1544.e15.

2014

Brancucci, Nicolas M. B. and Bertschi, Nicole L. and Zhu, Lei and Niederwieser, Igor and Chin, Wai Hoe and Wampfler, Rahel and Freymond, Céline and Rottmann, Matthias and Felger, Ingrid and Bozdech, Zbynek and Voss, Till S.. (2014) Heterochromatin protein 1 secures survival and transmission of malaria parasites. Cell host & microbe, Vol. 16, H. 2. pp. 165-176.

2009

Flueck, C. and Bartfai, R. and Volz, J. and Niederwieser, I. and Salcedo-Amaya, A. M. and Alako, B. T. and Ehlgen, F. and Ralph, S. A. and Cowman, A. F. and Bozdech, Z. and Stunnenberg, H. G. and Voss, T. S.. (2009) Plasmodium falciparum heterochromatin protein 1 marks genomic loci linked to phenotypic variation of exported virulence factors. PLoS Pathogens, Vol. 5, H. 9 , e1000569.

2004

Niederwieser, Igor. "Leishmania infantum" : molecular analysis for identification of potential virulence factors and genes of diagnostic use. 2004, PhD Thesis, University of Basel, Faculty of Science.