Johannes Von Lintig

Johannes Von Lintig

Case Western Reserve University

H-index: 62

North America-United States

About Johannes Von Lintig

Johannes Von Lintig, With an exceptional h-index of 62 and a recent h-index of 38 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Case Western Reserve University, specializes in the field of Carotenoids, Retinoids, Vision, Gene Regulation.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Unraveling the Mystery of Ocular Retinoid Turnover: Insights from Albino Mice and the Role of STRA6

Bioavailability and provitamin A activity of neurosporaxanthin in mice

Genetic tuning of β-carotene oxygenase-1 activity rescues cone photoreceptor function in STRA6-deficient mice

Genetic deletion of Bco2 and Isx establishes a golden mouse model for carotenoid research

β-Cryptoxanthin attenuates cigarette-smoke-induced lung lesions in the absence of carotenoid cleavage enzymes (BCO1/BCO2) in mice

Melanin and STRA6 are critical components to protect photoreceptors from the detrimental consequences of photochemical reactions of visual cycle intermediates

Vitamin A deficiency compromises the barrier function of the retinal pigment epithelium

ASTER-B regulates mitochondrial carotenoid transport and homeostasis

Johannes Von Lintig Information

University

Case Western Reserve University

Position

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Citations(all)

11752

Citations(since 2020)

4041

Cited By

9509

hIndex(all)

62

hIndex(since 2020)

38

i10Index(all)

113

i10Index(since 2020)

100

Email

University Profile Page

Case Western Reserve University

Johannes Von Lintig Skills & Research Interests

Carotenoids

Retinoids

Vision

Gene Regulation

Top articles of Johannes Von Lintig

Title

Journal

Author(s)

Publication Date

Unraveling the Mystery of Ocular Retinoid Turnover: Insights from Albino Mice and the Role of STRA6

Journal of Biological Chemistry

Srinivasagan Ramkumar

Beata Jastrzebska

Diego Montenegro

Janet R Sparrow

Johannes von Lintig

2024/2/21

Bioavailability and provitamin A activity of neurosporaxanthin in mice

Communications biology

Anthony P Miller

Dámaso Hornero-Méndez

Sepalika Bandara

Obdulia Parra-Rivero

M Carmen Limón

...

2023/10/20

Genetic tuning of β-carotene oxygenase-1 activity rescues cone photoreceptor function in STRA6-deficient mice

Human molecular genetics

Jean Moon

Srinivasagan Ramkumar

Johannes von Lintig

2023/3/1

Genetic deletion of Bco2 and Isx establishes a golden mouse model for carotenoid research

Molecular Metabolism

Linda D Thomas

Srinivasagan Ramkumar

Marcin Golczak

Johannes von Lintig

2023/7/1

β-Cryptoxanthin attenuates cigarette-smoke-induced lung lesions in the absence of carotenoid cleavage enzymes (BCO1/BCO2) in mice

Molecules

Rachel A Chiaverelli

Kang-Quan Hu

Chun Liu

Ji Ye Lim

Michael S Daniels

...

2023/2/1

Melanin and STRA6 are critical components to protect photoreceptors from the detrimental consequences of photochemical reactions of visual cycle intermediates

Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science

Ramkumar Srinivasagan

Beata Jastrzebska

Diego Montenegro

Janet Sparrow

Johannes von Lintig

2023/6/1

Vitamin A deficiency compromises the barrier function of the retinal pigment epithelium

PNAS nexus

Jean Moon

Gao Zhou

Eckhard Jankowsky

Johannes von Lintig

2023/6

ASTER-B regulates mitochondrial carotenoid transport and homeostasis

Journal of Lipid Research

Sepalika Bandara

Jean Moon

Srinivasagan Ramkumar

Johannes von Lintig

2023/5/1

Expression and biochemical analyses of proteins involved in the transport of carotenoids and retinoids

Marcin Golczak

Alexander R Moise

Johannes von Lintig

2022/1/1

Genetic dissection in mice reveals a dynamic crosstalk between the delivery pathways of vitamin A

Journal of Lipid Research

Jean Moon

Srinivasagan Ramkumar

Johannes von Lintig

2022/6/1

Aster proteins mediate carotenoid transport in mammalian cells

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Sepalika Bandara

Srinivasagan Ramkumar

Sanae Imanishi

Linda D Thomas

Onkar B Sawant

...

2022/4/12

Aster la vista: Unraveling the biochemical basis of carotenoid homeostasis in the human retina

Sepalika Bandara

Johannes von Lintig

2022/11

Genomic consequences of domestication of the Siamese fighting fish

Science advances

Young Mi Kwon

Nathan Vranken

Carla Hoge

Madison R Lichak

Amy L Norovich

...

2022/3/9

Diabetes Aggravates Photoreceptor Pathologies in a Mouse Model for Ocular Vitamin A Deficiency

Antioxidants

Srinivasagan Ramkumar

Vipul M Parmar

Jean Moon

Chieh Lee

Patricia R Taylor

...

2022/6/10

The vitamin A transporter STRA6 adjusts the stoichiometry of chromophore and opsins in visual pigment synthesis and recycling

Human molecular genetics

Srinivasagan Ramkumar

Vipul M Parmar

Ivy Samuels

Nathan A Berger

Beata Jastrzebska

...

2022/2/15

Genetic dissection of the delivery pathways for vitamin A to ocular tissues in mice

Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science

Jean Moon

Ramkumar Srinivasagan

Johannes von Lintig

2022/6/1

Carotenoid modifying enzymes in metazoans

Alexander R Moise

Sepalika Bandara

Johannes von Lintig

2022/1/1

LRAT coordinates the negative-feedback regulation of intestinal retinoid biosynthesis from β-carotene

Journal of Lipid Research

Srinivasagan Ramkumar

Jean Moon

Marcin Golczak

Johannes von Lintig

2021/1/1

Molecular components affecting ocular carotenoid and retinoid homeostasis

Johannes von Lintig

Jean Moon

Darwin Babino

2021/1/1

Disturbed retinoid metabolism upon loss of rlbp1a impairs cone function and leads to subretinal lipid deposits and photoreceptor degeneration in the zebrafish retina

Elife

Domino K Schlegel

Srinivasagan Ramkumar

Johannes von Lintig

Stephan CF Neuhauss

2021/10/20

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Johannes Von Lintig FAQs

What is Johannes Von Lintig's h-index at Case Western Reserve University?

The h-index of Johannes Von Lintig has been 38 since 2020 and 62 in total.

What are Johannes Von Lintig's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Unraveling the Mystery of Ocular Retinoid Turnover: Insights from Albino Mice and the Role of STRA6

Bioavailability and provitamin A activity of neurosporaxanthin in mice

Genetic tuning of β-carotene oxygenase-1 activity rescues cone photoreceptor function in STRA6-deficient mice

Genetic deletion of Bco2 and Isx establishes a golden mouse model for carotenoid research

β-Cryptoxanthin attenuates cigarette-smoke-induced lung lesions in the absence of carotenoid cleavage enzymes (BCO1/BCO2) in mice

Melanin and STRA6 are critical components to protect photoreceptors from the detrimental consequences of photochemical reactions of visual cycle intermediates

Vitamin A deficiency compromises the barrier function of the retinal pigment epithelium

ASTER-B regulates mitochondrial carotenoid transport and homeostasis

...

are the top articles of Johannes Von Lintig at Case Western Reserve University.

What are Johannes Von Lintig's research interests?

The research interests of Johannes Von Lintig are: Carotenoids, Retinoids, Vision, Gene Regulation

What is Johannes Von Lintig's total number of citations?

Johannes Von Lintig has 11,752 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of Johannes Von Lintig?

The co-authors of Johannes Von Lintig are Charles Hoppel, Craig Montell, Wolfgang Driever, Frederik-Jan van Schooten, Jaap Keijer, Salim Al-Babili.

Co-Authors

H-index: 97
Charles Hoppel

Charles Hoppel

Case Western Reserve University

H-index: 90
Craig Montell

Craig Montell

University of California, Santa Barbara

H-index: 77
Wolfgang Driever

Wolfgang Driever

Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg

H-index: 76
Frederik-Jan van Schooten

Frederik-Jan van Schooten

Universiteit Maastricht

H-index: 64
Jaap Keijer

Jaap Keijer

Wageningen Universiteit

H-index: 60
Salim Al-Babili

Salim Al-Babili

King Abdullah University of Science and Technology

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