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Elena Herzog

 

Dr. Elena Herzog (until Sept. 2011)

Senior Scientist

E3: DATA CENTRE

CURRENT RESEARCH
Biological data is very complex and of most value when integrated with other related ecological, geographic and molecular data. Because of the richness and the amount of existing biodiversity data, biodiversity research depends on hardware and software infrastructures for management, integration and analyzes of biological data using emerging biodiversity informatics tools and recently developed biological data standards.

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PUBLICATIONS

Kemmer D, Faxén M, Hodges E, Lim J, Herzog E, Ljungström E, Lundmark A, Olsen MK, Podowski R, Sonnhammer ELL, Nilsson P, Reimers M, Lenhard B, Roberds SL, Wahlestedt C, Höög C, Agarwal P, Wasserman WW. Exploring the foundation of genomics: a Northern blot reference set for the comparative analysis of transcript profiling technologies. Comparative and Functional Genomics 5(8):584 - 595. (2005).

Elena Herzog, Tomaso Frigato, Volkhard Helms and C. Roy D. Lancaster. Energy barriers of proton transfer reactions between amino acid side chain analogs and water from ab initio calculations. J. Comp. Chem. 27(13):1534 - 1547. (2006)

Elena Herzog. Theoretical investigations of transmembrane electron coupled proton transfer in quinol:fumarate reductase from Wolinella succinogenes. Ph. D. thesis. Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University (2007). http://edoc.mpg.de/346482.

C. Roy D. Lancaster, Elena Herzog, Hanno D. Juhnke, M. Gregor Madej, Florian G. Müller, Rajsekhar Paul and Philipp Schleidt. Elecroneutral and electrogenic catalysis by dihaem-containing succinate:quinone oxidoreductases. Biochem. Soc. Trans. 36(5):996 - 1000. (2008).