Michael Thomas Zumstein
Michael Thomas Zumstein
Junior Group Leader, University of Vienna
E-mail confirmado em univie.ac.at
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Host cell entry of respiratory syncytial virus involves macropinocytosis followed by proteolytic activation of the F protein
MA Krzyzaniak, MT Zumstein, JA Gerez, P Picotti, A Helenius
PLoS pathogens 9 (4), e1003309, 2013
Biodegradation of synthetic polymers in soils: Tracking carbon into CO2 and microbial biomass
MT Zumstein, A Schintlmeister, TF Nelson, R Baumgartner, D Woebken, ...
Science Advances 4 (7), eaas9024, 2018
Sustainable Polyester Elastomers from Lactones: Synthesis, Properties, and Enzymatic Hydrolyzability
GX De Hoe, MT Zumstein, BJ Tiegs, JP Brutman, K McNeill, M Sander, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 140 (3), 963-973, 2018
Enzymatic surface hydrolysis of poly (ethylene furanoate) thin films of various crystallinities
S Weinberger, K Haernvall, D Scaini, G Ghazaryan, MT Zumstein, ...
Green Chemistry 19 (22), 5381-5384, 2017
Enzymatic hydrolysis of polyester thin films at the nanoscale: effects of polyester structure and enzyme active-site accessibility
MT Zumstein, D Rechsteiner, N Roduner, V Perz, D Ribitsch, GM Guebitz, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 51 (13), 7476-7485, 2017
Enzymatic degradation of aromatic and aliphatic polyesters by P. pastoris expressed cutinase 1 from Thermobifida cellulosilytica
C Gamerith, M Vastano, SM Ghorbanpour, S Zitzenbacher, D Ribitsch, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 8, 938, 2017
Dos and Do Nots When Assessing the Biodegradation of Plastics
MT Zumstein, R Narayan, HPE Kohler, K McNeill, M Sander
Environmental Science & Technology, 2019
Uukuniemi virus as a tick-borne virus model
M Mazelier, RN Rouxel, M Zumstein, R Mancini, L Bell-Sakyi, PY Lozach
Journal of virology 90 (15), 6784-6798, 2016
Enzymatic hydrolysis of polyester thin films: real-time analysis of film mass changes and dissipation dynamics
MT Zumstein, HPE Kohler, K McNeill, M Sander
Environmental science & technology 50 (1), 197-206, 2015
Biomimetic approach to enhance enzymatic hydrolysis of the synthetic polyester poly (1, 4-butylene adipate): fusing binding modules to esterases
V Perz, MT Zumstein, M Sander, S Zitzenbacher, D Ribitsch, GM Guebitz
Biomacromolecules 16 (12), 3889-3896, 2015
Biotransformation of antibiotics: Exploring the activity of extracellular and intracellular enzymes derived from wastewater microbial communities
MT Zumstein, DE Helbling
Water research 155, 115-123, 2019
Polyol structure influences enzymatic hydrolysis of bio‐based 2, 5‐furandicarboxylic acid (FDCA) polyesters
K Haernvall, S Zitzenbacher, H Amer, MT Zumstein, M Sander, K McNeill, ...
Biotechnology Journal, 2017
High-Throughput Analysis of Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Biodegradable Polyesters by Monitoring Cohydrolysis of a Polyester-Embedded Fluorogenic Probe
MT Zumstein, HPE Kohler, K McNeill, M Sander
Environmental Science & Technology 51 (8), 4358-4367, 2017
Photochemical transformation of poly (butylene adipate-co-terephthalate) and its effects on enzymatic hydrolyzability
GX De Hoe, MT Zumstein, GJ Getzinger, I Rueegsegger, ...
Environmental Science & Technology, 2019
Exploring the specificity of extracellular wastewater peptidases to inform the design of sustainable peptide-based antibiotics
MT Zumstein, JJ Werner, DE Helbling
Environmental Science & Technology, 2020
Towards more Sustainable Peptide- based Antibiotics: Stable in Human Blood, Enzymatically Hydrolyzed in Wastewater?
M Zumstein, K Fenner
Chimia 75 (4), 267-271, 2021
Environmental Fate of Synthetic Biodegradable Polyesters: Enzymatic Hydrolysis and Microbial Utilization
MT Zumstein
ETH Zurich, 2017
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