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Philipp Glock, M.Sc.
Philipp Glock, M.Sc.
PhD Student
Phone:+49 89 8578-2314
Email:glock@...

Periodically activating a photoswitch peptide in a running Min-assay induces resonance behaviour and leads to a forced standing wave. Read more in Glock et al. (2018), Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl. 57, 2362–2366. Zoom Image
Periodically activating a photoswitch peptide in a running Min-assay induces resonance behaviour and leads to a forced standing wave. Read more in Glock et al. (2018), Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl. 57, 2362–2366. [less]

Research Interests

Chemical Biology, Reaction-Diffusion, Pattern Formation, Photomanipulation, Biochemical Engineering, Min System, Bottom-up Synthetic Biology, Peptides

Education & Research Experience

Since 2015 PhD student (Biochemistry), MPI of Biochemistry, Schwille lab
2012 - 2014 M.Sc. in Biology, University of Würzburg, Germany
Master Thesis in Leann Tilley’s lab, University of Melbourne, Australia
2009 - 2012         B.Sc. in Biology, University of Würzburg, Germany
Bachelor Thesis in Dröge-Laser lab, University of Würzburg, Germany

Publications

Eto, H., Soga, N., Franquelium, H.G., Glock, P., Khmelinskaia, A., Kai, L., Heymann, M., Noji, H., Schwille, P.
Design of Sealable Custom-Shaped Cell Mimicries Based on Self- Assembled Monolayers on CYTOP Polymer
ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces XXX (2019) XXX-XXX [Link]

Glock, P., Ramm, B., Heermann, T., Kretschmer, S., Schweizer, J., Mücksch, J., Alagöz, G., and Schwille, P.
Stationary patterns in a two-protein reaction-diffusion system
ACS Synth Biol 8 (2019) 148–157 [Link]
Glock, P., Broichhagen, J., Kretschmer, S., Blumhardt, P., Mücksch, J., Trauner, D., and Schwille, P. 
Optical control of a biological reaction-diffusion system
Angew Chemie Int Ed 57 (2018) 2362–2366 [Link]
Ramm, B.,* Glock, P.,* and Schwille, P.
In vitro reconstitution of self-organizing protein patterns on supported lipid bilayers. 
J Vis Exp (2018) e58139 [Link]
Glock, P., and Schwille, P.
Switching protein patterns on membranes. 
Curr Opin Colloid Interface Sci 38 (2018) 100–107 [Link]
Ramm, B., Glock, P., Mücksch, J., Blumhardt, P., García-Soriano, D. A., Heymann, M., and Schwille, P. 
The MinDE system is a generic spatial cue for membrane protein distribution in vitro. 
Nat Commun 9 (2018) 3942 [Link]
Parkyn Schneider, M.,* Liu, B.,* Glock, P.,* Suttie, A.,* McHugh, E., Andrew, D., Batinovic, S., Williamson, N., Hanssen, E., McMillan, P., Hliscs, M., Tilley, L., and Dixon, M. W. A.
Disrupting assembly of the inner membrane complex blocks Plasmodium falciparum sexual stage development. 
PLOS Pathogens 13 (2017) e1006659 [Link]
 
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