Tom Vanden Berghe
Tom Vanden Berghe
Professor University of Antwerp | Guest-Professor University of Ghent
Verified email at uantwerpen.be
TitleCited byYear
Molecular mechanisms of necroptosis: an ordered cellular explosion
P Vandenabeele, L Galluzzi, TV Berghe, G Kroemer
Nature reviews Molecular cell biology 11 (10), 700, 2010
17102010
Regulated necrosis: the expanding network of non-apoptotic cell death pathways
TV Berghe, A Linkermann, S Jouan-Lanhouet, H Walczak, ...
Nature reviews Molecular cell biology 15 (2), 135, 2014
9382014
Classification of cell death: recommendations of the Nomenclature Committee on Cell Death
G Kroemer, WS El-Deiry, P Golstein, ME Peter, D Vaux, P Vandenabeele, ...
Cell death and differentiation 12 (12), 1463-1467, 2005
7652005
Necrosis, a well-orchestrated form of cell demise: signalling cascades, important mediators and concomitant immune response
N Festjens, TV Berghe, P Vandenabeele
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Bioenergetics 1757 (9-10), 1371-1387, 2006
7082006
Apoptosis and necrosis: detection, discrimination and phagocytosis
DV Krysko, TV Berghe, K D’Herde, P Vandenabeele
Methods 44 (3), 205-221, 2008
6842008
Essential versus accessory aspects of cell death: recommendations of the NCCD 2015
L Galluzzi, JM Bravo-San Pedro, I Vitale, SA Aaronson, JM Abrams, ...
Cell death and differentiation 22 (1), 58, 2015
6172015
Caspases in cell survival, proliferation and differentiation
M Lamkanfi, N Festjens, W Declercq, TV Berghe, P Vandenabeele
Cell death and differentiation 14 (1), 44, 2007
6002007
Neutrophil extracellular trap cell death requires both autophagy and superoxide generation
Q Remijsen, TV Berghe, E Wirawan, B Asselbergh, E Parthoens, ...
Cell research 21 (2), 290, 2011
4892011
Caspase-mediated cleavage of Beclin-1 inactivates Beclin-1-induced autophagy and enhances apoptosis by promoting the release of proapoptotic factors from mitochondria
E Wirawan, LV Walle, K Kersse, S Cornelis, S Claerhout, I Vanoverberghe, ...
Cell death & disease 1 (1), e18, 2010
4842010
RIP1, a kinase on the crossroads of a cell's decision to live or die
N Festjens, TV Berghe, S Cornelis, P Vandenabeele
Cell death and differentiation 14 (3), 400, 2007
4462007
Molecular mechanisms of cell death: recommendations of the Nomenclature Committee on Cell Death 2018
L Galluzzi, I Vitale, SA Aaronson, JM Abrams, D Adam, P Agostinis, ...
Cell Death & Differentiation 25 (3), 486, 2018
4372018
RIP kinases at the crossroads of cell death and survival
W Declercq, TV Berghe, P Vandenabeele
Cell 138 (2), 229-232, 2009
4322009
A novel pathway combining calreticulin exposure and ATP secretion in immunogenic cancer cell death
AD Garg, DV Krysko, T Verfaillie, A Kaczmarek, GB Ferreira, T Marysael, ...
The EMBO journal 31 (5), 1062-1079, 2012
431*2012
Dying for a cause: NETosis, mechanisms behind an antimicrobial cell death modality
Q Remijsen, TW Kuijpers, E Wirawan, S Lippens, P Vandenabeele, ...
Cell death and differentiation 18 (4), 581, 2011
4262011
Necroptosis, necrosis and secondary necrosis converge on similar cellular disintegration features
TV Berghe, N Vanlangenakker, E Parthoens, W Deckers, M Devos, ...
Cell death and differentiation 17 (6), 922, 2010
4122010
The role of the kinases RIP1 and RIP3 in TNF-induced necrosis
P Vandenabeele, W Declercq, F Van Herreweghe, TV Berghe
Sci. Signal. 3 (115), re4-re4, 2010
4002010
RIP kinase-dependent necrosis drives lethal systemic inflammatory response syndrome
L Duprez, N Takahashi, F Van Hauwermeiren, B Vandendriessche, ...
Immunity 35 (6), 908-918, 2011
3612011
Major cell death pathways at a glance
L Duprez, E Wirawan, TV Berghe, P Vandenabeele
Microbes and infection 11 (13), 1050-1062, 2009
3572009
Molecular mechanisms and pathophysiology of necrotic cell death
N Vanlangenakker, TV Berghe, DV Krysko, N Festjens, P Vandenabeele
Current molecular medicine 8 (3), 207-220, 2008
3292008
Autophagy: for better or for worse
E Wirawan, TV Berghe, S Lippens, P Agostinis, P Vandenabeele
Cell research 22 (1), 43, 2012
3272012
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