dr. G.E. (Bea) Krenn
Knowledge Transfer Office
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Bea Krenn graduated in Chemistry, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam (1984). She conducted PhD research at the Biochemistry Department, University of Amsterdam, specializing in Protein-chemistry and Enzymology and defended her PhD thesis "Molecular aspects of Bromoperoxidases from various species " in 1989. In 1988 she initiated a collaboration between the UvA Chemistry Department and a Japanese Research Group. The following 7 years after this Biotechnology project at Kyoto University, Japan, she worked as a researcher on membrane proteins (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), 3 years within the context of a European Research Network. Bea also qualified and worked as an ICT specialist/project manager at IBM Netherlands, but subsequently returned as a biochemist to the Swammerdam Institute for Life Sciences (UvA). From 2003 to 2007 Bea worked as an EU grants adviser at the Netherlands Cancer Institute, where she also managed an EU FP6 project as an adjunct coordinator. Since September 2007 Bea has been working at the Technology Transfer Office of the University of Amsterdam as senior advisor EU research funding and she became Head of the Research Funding team a.i. in October 2012. She is also Manager Programme Development and Valorization at the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR) for 2 days a week.
de Vries, A.H.B., Krenn, B. E., van Driel, R., Subramaniam, V. and Kanger,
Direct Observation of Nanomechanical Properties of Chromatin in Living Cells
Nanoletters, 7, 1424-1427
de Vries, A. H. B.; Krenn, B. E.; van Driel, R.; Kanger, J. S. (2005)
Micro magnetic tweezers for nanomanipulation inside live cells
Biophys.Journal 88, 2137-2144
de Vries, A. H. B.; Kanger, J. S.; Krenn, B. E.; van Driel, R. J.(2004)
Patterned Electroplating of Micrometer Scale Magnetic Structures on Glass Substrates|
Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems 13, 391-395
Krenn, B.E., H. Strotmann, H.S. van Walraven, M.J.C. Scholts and R.
The ATP synthase g subunit provides the primary site of activation of the chloroplast enzyme:
experiments with a Syechocystis 6803 mutant.
Biochemical Journal, 323, 841 - 845
Krenn, B.E., P. Aardewijn, H.S. van Walraven, S. Werner-Grüne, R. Kraayenhof,
and H. Strotmann (1995)
ATP synthase from a cyanobacterial Synechocystis 6803 mutant containing the regulatory segment of the chloroplast g subunit shows thiol modulation.
Biochemical Society Transactions 23, 757 -760
Bakels, R.H.A., H.S. van Walraven, J.E. van Wielink, I. van der Zwet-de
B.E. Krenn, K. Krab, J.A. Berden and R. Kraayenhof (1994)
The effect of sulfite on the ATP hydrolysis and synthesis activity of membrane-bound H+-ATP synthase from various species.
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 201, 487-492
Krenn, B.E., H.S. van Walraven, M.J.C. Scholts and R. Kraayenhof (1993)
Modulation of the proton-translocation stoichiometry of H+-ATP synthases in two phototrophic prokaryotes by external pH.
Biochemical Journal 294, 705-709
Krenn, B.E., F. Koppenaal, H.S. van Walraven, K. Krab and R. Kraayenhof
Co-reconstitution of the H+-ATP synthase and cytochrome b-563/c-554 complex from a thermophilic cyanobacterium - High ATP yield and mutual effects on the enzymatic activities.
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1140, 271 – 281
Krenn, B.E. (1991)
Japan Society for Bioscience, Biotechnology and Agrochemistry 65, 87 – 88
Wever, R., M.G.M. Tromp, B.E. Krenn, A. Marjani and M. van Tol (1991)
Brominating activity of the seaweed Ascophyllum nodosum: Impact on the biosphere.
Environmental Science & Technology 25, 446 - 449
Wever, R. and B.E. Krenn (1990)
Vanadium haloperoxidases in 'Vanadium in Biological Systems', p. 81 – 97
(N.D. Chasteen, ed.) Kluwer, Dordrecht
Tromp, M.G.M., G. 'Olafsson, B.E. Krenn and R. Wever (1990)
Some structural aspects of bromoperoxidase from Ascophyllum nodosum
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1040, 192 – 198
Krenn, B.E., M.G.M. Tromp and R. Wever (1989)
The brown alga Ascophyllum nodosum contains two different vanadium bromoperoxidases.
Journal of Biological Chemistry 264, 19287 - 19292
Izumi, Y., N. Itoh, B.E. Krenn, M.G.M. Tromp and H. Yamada (1989)
Bromoperoxidase from a red alga, Corallina pilulifera: purification and characterization
in 'Current Topics in Marine Biotechnology' p. 253 - 256 (S. Miyachi, I. Karube and
Y. Ishida, eds.) Fuji Technology Press, Tokyo, Japan
Krenn, B.E., Y. Izumi, H. Yamada and R. Wever (1989)
A comparison of different (vanadium) bromoperoxidases: the bromoperoxidase from
Corallina pilulifera is also a vanadium enzyme. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 998, 63 - 68
Wever, R., B.E. Krenn, E. de Boer, H. Offenberg, H. Plat (1988)
Structure and function of vanadium-containing bromoperoxidases
Progress in Clinical and Biological Research 274, 477-493
Krenn, B.E., H. Plat and R. Wever (1988)
Purification and some characteristics of a non-haem bromoperoxidase from Streptomyces aureofaciens. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 952, 255-260
Plat, H., B.E. Krenn and R. Wever (1987)The bromoperoxidase from the lichen
Xanthoria parietina is a novel vanadium enzyme.
Biochemical Journal 248, 277-279
Wever, R., E. de Boer, H. Plat and B.E. Krenn (1987)
Vanadium - an element involved in the biosynthesis of halogenated compounds and nitrogen fixation. FEBS Letters 216, 1-3
Krenn, B.E., H. Plat and R. Wever (1987)
The bromoperoxidase from the red alga Ceramium rubrum also contains vanadium as a prosthetic group. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 912, 287-291
De Boer, E., M.G.M. Tromp, H. Plat, G.E. Krenn and R. Wever (1986)
Vanadium (V) as an essential element for haloperoxidase activity in marine brown algae: purification and characterization of a vanadium (V)-containing bromoperoxidase from Laminaria saccharina. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 872, 104-115
De Graaf, F.K., B.E. Krenn and P. Klaasen (1984)
Organization and expression of genes involved in the biosynthesis of K99 fimbriae.
Infection and Immunity 43, 508-514
B.E. Krenn 2002
Magnetic forces in living cells:Manipulating single molecules inside the nucleus of living cells
Dynamic Organization of Nuclear Function, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, New York, USA
B.E. Krenn 1990
Bromoperoxidases, enzymes with high stability, New Aspects on Biocatalysis
9th International Symposium on Life Sciences, Otsu, Kyoto, Japan, financed by the Taniguchi Foundation
for the Promotion of Science and Technology
Organising Committee, Prof T. Beppu, University of Toyo, Prof H. Yamada, Kyoto University
B.E. Krenn 1990
Studies on Halogenating Enzymes-Structure and Stability of Bromoperoxidases from Various Species
Invited by Prof Yoshi Izumi, financed by Tottori University, Tottori, Japan
Advice Paper- League of European Research Universities 2010
Towards an effective 8th Framework Programme for Research
prepared by LERU Community of European Research Project Managers
Europese Commissie REA
Evaluatie van Horizon2020 consortium aanvragen