• Encerrado-Manriquez, A. M., Pouv, A.K., Fine, J.D. and Nicklisch, S.C.T. (2024). “Enhancing Knowledge of Chemical Exposures and Fate in Honey Bee Hives: Insights from Colony Structure and Interactions.” Science of The Total Environment. Volume 916, 15 March 2024, 170193 (LINK)


  • Michel, M.E., Wen, C.C., Yee, S.W., Giacomini, K.M., Hamdoun, A. and Nicklisch, S.C.T. (2023), “TICBase: Integrated Resource for Data on Drug and Environmental Chemical Interactions with Mammalian Drug Transporters.” Clin Pharmacol Ther. Volume 14, Issue 6, Pages 1293-1303 (LINK)


  • Romersi, R.F. and Nicklisch, S.C.T.* Interactions of Environmental Chemicals and Natural Products With ABC and SLC Transporters in the Digestive System of Aquatic Organisms. Front. Physiol. 12, 2022, 767776. (LINK)


  • Nicklisch, S.C.T., Pouv, A.K., Rees, S.D., McGrath, A.P., Chang, G., Hamdoun, A. Transporter-Interfering Chemicals inhibit P-glycoprotein of Yellowfin Tuna (Thunnus albacares). Comp. Biochem. Physiol. C Toxicol. 248, 2021, 109101. (LINK)
  • Pouv, A. and Nicklisch, S. Effects of pesticide mixtures on xenobiotic efflux transporter P-glycoprotein in the European Honeybee. The FASEB Journal 35(S1), 2021, 1-1. (LINK)


  • Nicklisch, S.C.T., and Hamdoun, A. Disruption of small molecule transporter systems by Transporter-Interfering Chemicals (TICs). FEBS Lett.2020, doi:10.1002/1873-3468.14005. (LINK)
  • Pouv, A. and Nicklisch, S. Interactions of Pesticides with Drug Efflux Transporter P‐glycoprotein in the European Honeybee. The FASEB Journal 34(S1), 2020, 1-1. (LINK)


  • Trexler, A.W.,  Knudsen, G.A., Nicklisch, S.C.T.,Birnbaum, L.S., Cannon, R.E. 2,4,6-Tribromophenol Exposure Decreases P-glycoprotein Transport at the Blood-Brain Barrier. Toxicol Sci. , 2019, kfz155. (LINK)
  • Connon, R., …, Todgham, A. Review and recommendations for monitoring contaminants and their effects in the San Francisco bay-delta. San Franc Estuary Watershed Sci 2019, 0005.R1. (LINK)


  • Nicklisch, S.C.T., Bonito, L.T., Sandin, S., Hamdoun, A. Geographic differences in persistent organic pollutant levels of yellowfin tuna. Health Perspec. 126(6) 2017, 067014. (LINK)
  • Nicklisch, S.C.T.,Bonito, L.T., Sandin, S., Hamdoun, A. Mercury levels of yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) are associated with capture location. Pollut.229 2017, 87-93. (LINK)
  • Gruian, C., Rickert, C.,Nicklisch, S.C.T., Vanea, E., Steinhoff, H.J., Simon, S. Conformational changes and competitive adsorption between serum albumin and hemoglobin on a bioceramic substrate. Phys. Chem. 18 2017, 634-642. (LINK)


  • Nicklisch, S.C.T., Rees, S.D., McGrath, A.P., Gökirmak, T., Bonito, L.T., Vermeer, L.M., Cregger, C., Loewen, G., Sandin, S., Chang, G., Hamdoun, A. Global marine pollutants inhibit P-glycoprotein: environmental levels, inhibitory effects and co-crystal structure. Adv. 2016, e1600001. (LINK)
  • Nicklisch, S.C.T., Spahn, J.E., Zhou, H., Gruian, C.M., Waite, J.H. The redox capacity of an extracellular protein associated with adhesion in Mytilus californianus. Biochemistry55(13) 2016, 2022-2030. (LINK)


  • Long, J.C.S., Feinstein, L.C., Bachmann, C.E., Birkholzer, J.T., Camarillo, M.K., Domen J.K., Foxall, W., Houseworth, J., Ling, J., Preston, D.J., Maddalena, R.L., McKone, T.E., Millstein, D.E., Reagan, M.T., Sandelin, W.L., Stringfellow, W.T., Varadharajan, C., Cooley, H., Donnelly, K., Heberger, M.G., Hays, J., Shonkoff, S.B.C., Brandt, A., Englander, J.G., Hamdoun, A., Nicklisch, S.C.T., Harrison, R. J., Wettstein, Z.S., Banbury, J., Cypher, B.L., Phillips, S.E. An Independent scientific assessment of well stimulation in California Volume II. Potential Environmental Impacts of Hydraulic Fracturing and Acid Stimulations. LBNL-189401. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA 2015. (LINK)


  • Nicklisch, S.C.T.*, Waite, J.H.Optimized DPPH assay in a detergent-based buffer system for measuring antioxidant activity of proteins. Methods X 12014, 233-238. (LINK)
  • Gökirmak, T., Shipp, L.E., Campanale, J.P., Nicklisch, S.C.T., Hamdoun, A. ABC transporters in technicolor: mapping of membrane proteins in embryos. Reprod. Dev. 81 2014, 778–793. (LINK)


  • Nicklisch, S.C.T.*, Das, S., Martinez Rodriguez, N.R., Waite, J.H., Israelachvili, J.N. Antioxidant efficacy and adhesion rescue by a recombinant mussel foot protein-6. Prog. 29(6) 2013, 1587-1593. (LINK)


  • Nicklisch, S.C.T., Waite, J.H. Mini-review: The role of redox in DOPA-mediated marine adhesion, Biofouling28(8) 2012, 865–877. (LINK)
  • Nicklisch, S.C.T., Wunnicke, D., Borovykh, I.V., Morbach, S., Klare, J.P., Steinhoff, H.-J., Krämer, R. Conformational changes of the betaine transporter BetP from Corynebacterium glutamicumstudied by pulse EPR spectroscopy, Biophys. Acta 1818(3) 2012, 359-366. (LINK)


  • Perez, C., Koshy, C., Ressl, S., Nicklisch, S.C.T., Krämer, R., and Ziegler, C. Substrate specificity and ion coupling in the Na+/betaine symporter BetP, EMBO J.30(7) 2011, 1-9. (LINK)


  • Krämer, R., Nicklisch, S.C.T., Ott, V. Use of liposomes to study cellular osmosensors, Mol. Biol.(Weissig, V., ed.), Humana Press, 2010, Vol. 606, 21-30. (LINK)


  • Nicklisch, S.C.T. EPR-based structural and functional characterization of the C-terminal domain of the osmoregulated glycine betaine transporter BetP from Corynebacterium glutamicum. PhD thesis, 2008, University of Cologne. (LINK)