Marchel Stuiver

Marchel Stuiver
Technische Universität Berlin | TUB · Institute of Biotechnology

MSc

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Additional affiliations
October 2015 - present
Technische Universität Berlin
Position
  • Cross-linking Mass Spectrometry
April 2012 - October 2015
Leibniz-Institut für Molekulare Pharmakologie
Position
  • In-Cell NMR and Kinase Activities
January 2009 - March 2012
Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Position
  • CNNM2 Mutations causing Renal Hypomagnesemia

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Publications (25)
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Familial hypomagnesemia is a rare human disorder caused by renal or intestinal magnesium (Mg(2+)) wasting, which may lead to symptoms of Mg(2+) depletion such as tetany, seizures, and cardiac arrhythmias. Our knowledge of the physiology of Mg(2+) (re)absorption, particularly the luminal uptake of Mg(2+) along the nephron, has benefitted from positi...
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Intracellular aggregation of the human amyloid protein α-synuclein is causally linked to Parkinson's disease. While the isolated protein is intrinsically disordered, its native structure in mammalian cells is not known. Here we use nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy to derive atomic-resolution in...
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Ion-mobility spectrometry shows great promise to tackle analytically challenging research questions by adding another separation dimension to liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry. The understanding of how analyte properties influence ion mobility has increased through recent studies, but no clear rationale for the design of customized experiment...
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The field of structural biology is increasingly focusing on studying proteins in situ, i.e. in their greater biological context. Crosslinking mass spectrometry is contributing to this effort, typically through the use of MS-cleavable crosslinkers. Here, we apply the popular non-cleavable crosslinker disuccinimidyl suberate to human mitochondria and...
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Delivery of native or chemically modified recombinant proteins into mammalian cells shows promise for functional investigations and various technological applications, but concerns that sub-cellular localization and functional integrity of delivered proteins may be affected remain high. Here, we surveyed batch electroporation as a delivery tool for...
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Phosphatases of regenerating liver (PRLs), the most oncogenic of all protein tyrosine phosphatases (PTPs), play a critical role in metastatic progression of cancers. Recent findings established a new paradigm by uncovering that their association with magnesium transporters of the Cyclin M (CNNM) family causes intracellular magnesium levels that pro...
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Cellular oxidative stress serves as a common denominator in many neurodegenerative disorders, including Parkinson's disease. Here we use in-cell NMR spectroscopy to study the fate of the oxidation-damaged Parkinson's disease protein alpha-synuclein (α-Syn) in non-neuronal and neuronal mammalian cells. Specifically, we deliver methionine-oxidized, i...
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Supplementary Figures 1-9 and Supplementary Table 1.
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Cell signaling is governed by dynamic changes in kinase and phosphatase activities, which are difficult to assess with discontinuous readout methods. Here, we introduce an NMR-based reporter approach to directly identify active kinases and phosphatases in complex physiological environments such as cell lysates and to measure their indi-vidual activ...
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S129-phosphorylated alpha-synuclein (α-syn) is abundantly found in Lewy-body inclusions of Parkinson's disease patients. Residues neighboring S129 include the α-syn tyrosine phosphorylation sites Y125, Y133 and Y136. Here, we use time-resolved NMR spectroscopy to delineate atomic resolution insights into the modification behaviors of different seri...
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Recent studies suggest cyclin M2 (CNNM2) to be part of the long-sought basolateral Mg2+ extruder at the renal distal convoluted tubule, or as its regulator. Here, we explore structural features and ligand binding capacities of the Bateman module of CNNM2 (residues 429-584), a domain involved in Mg2+ handling by the bacterial Mg2+ transporter MgtE,...
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Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic neuro-inflammatory disorder, which is marked by the invasion of the central nervous system by monocyte-derived macrophages and autoreactive T cells across the brain vasculature. Data from experimental animal models recently implied that the passage of leukocytes across the brain vasculature is preceded by their...
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We outline NMR protocols for site-specific mapping and time-resolved monitoring of protein phosphorylation reactions using purified kinases and mammalian cell extracts. These approaches are particularly amenable to intrinsically disordered proteins and unfolded, regulatory protein domains. We present examples for the (15)N isotope-labeled N-termina...
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We comparatively analyzed the basal activity of extra-cellular signal-regulated kinase (Erk1/2) in lysates of 10 human colorectal cancer cell lines by semi-quantitative Western blotting and time-resolved NMR spectroscopy. Both methods revealed heterogeneous levels of endogenous Erk1/2 activities in a highly consistent manner. Upon treatment with U0...
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This work describes the purification and preliminary crystallographic analysis of the CBS-domain pair of the murine CNNM2 magnesium transporter (formerly known as ancient domain protein 2; ACDP2), which consists of a pair of cystathionine β-synthase (CBS) motifs and has 100% sequence identity to its human homologue. CNNM proteins represent the leas...
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In the kidney, tight junction proteins contribute to segment specific selectivity and permeability of paracellular ion transport. In the thick ascending limb (TAL) of Henle's loop, chloride is reabsorbed transcellularly, whereas sodium reabsorption takes transcellular and paracellular routes. TAL salt transport maintains the concentrating ability o...
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Recently, mutations in the cyclin M2 (CNNM2) gene were identified to be causative for severe hypomagnesemia. In kidney, CNNM2 is a basolaterally expressed protein with predominant expression in the distal convoluted tubule. Transcellular magnesium (Mg(2+)) reabsorption in the distal convoluted tubule represents the final step before Mg(2+) is excre...
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Claudin-16 (CLDN16) is critical for renal paracellular epithelial transport of Ca(2+) and Mg(2+) in the thick ascending loop of Henle. To gain novel insights into the role of CLDN16 in renal Ca(2+) and Mg(2+) homeostasis and the pathological mechanisms underlying a human disease associated with CLDN16 dysfunction [familial hypomagnesemia with hyper...
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The tight junction protein claudin-10 is known to exist in two isoforms, resulting from two alternative exons, 1a and 1b (Cldn10a, Cldn10b). Here, we identified and characterized another four claudin-10 splice variants in mouse and human. One (Cldn10a_v1) results from an alternative splice donor site, causing a deletion of the last 57 nucleotides o...
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The epithelial Ca(2+) channel (ECaC), which is exclusively expressed in 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D(3)-responsive tissues, i.e., kidney, intestine, and placenta, is postulated to constitute the initial step in the process of transcellular Ca(2+) transport. To strengthen this postulated function, the present study compares the segmental and cellular dis...
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Replication of cowpea mosaic virus (CPMV) is associated with small membranous vesicles that are induced upon infection. The effect of CPMV replication on the morphology and distribution of the endomembrane system in living plant cells was studied by expressing green fluorescent protein (GFP) targeted to the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) and the Golgi...
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The recently cloned epithelial Ca(2+) channel (ECaC) constitutes the Ca(2+) influx pathway in 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D(3)-responsive epithelia. We have combined patch-clamp analysis and fura-2 fluorescence microscopy to functionally characterize ECaC heterologously expressed in HEK293 cells. The intracellular Ca(2+) concentration in ECaC-expressing...

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