Department of Neurobiology

Publications

Journal Article (21)

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    Holroyd, P.; Lang, T.; Wenzel, D.; De Camilli, P.; Jahn, R.: Imaging direct, dynamin-dependent recapture of fusing secretory granules on plasma membrane lawns from PC12 cells. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 99 (26), pp. 16806 - 16811 (2002)
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    Stringaris, A. K.; Geisenhainer, J.; Bergmann, F.; Balshuesemann, C.; Lee, U.; Zysk, G.; Mitchell, T. J.; Keller, B. U.; Kuhnt, U.; Gerber, J. et al.; Spreer, A.; Bahr, M.; Michel, U.; Nau, R.: Neurotoxicity of pneumolysin, a major pneumococcal virulence factor, involves calcium influx and depends on activation of p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase. Neurobiology of Disease 11 (3), pp. 355 - 368 (2002)
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    Schlueter, O. M.; Khvotchev, M.; Jahn, R.; Suedhof, T. C.: Localization versus function of Rab3 proteins - Evidence for a common regulatory role in controlling fusion. Journal of Biological Chemistry 277 (43), pp. 40919 - 40929 (2002)
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    Antonin, W.; Dulubova, I.; Arac, D.; Pabst, S.; Plitzner, J.; Rizo, J.; Jahn, R.: The N-terminal domains of syntaxin 7 and vti1b form three-helix bundles that differ in their ability to regulate SNARE complex assembly. Journal of Biological Chemistry 277 (39), pp. 36449 - 36456 (2002)
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    Riedel, D.; Antonin, W.; Fernandez-Chacon, R.; de Toledo, G. A.; Jo, T.; Geppert, M.; Valentijn, J. A.; Valentijn, K.; Jamieson, J. D.; Suedhof, T. C. et al.; Jahn, R.: Rab3D is not required for exocrine exocytosis but for maintenance of normally sized secretory granules. Molecular and Cellular Biology 22 (18), pp. 6487 - 6497 (2002)
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    Lang, T.; Margittai, M.; Hoelzler, H.; Jahn, R.: SNAREs in native plasma membranes are active and readily form core complexes with endogenous and exogenous SNAREs. Journal of Cell Biology 158 (4), pp. 751 - 760 (2002)
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    Bacia, K.; Majoul, I.; Schwille, P.: Probing the endocytic pathway in live cells using dual-color fluorescence cross-correlation analysis. Biophysical Journal 83 (2), pp. 1184 - 1193 (2002)
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    Jahn, R.; Grubmueller, H.: Membrane fusion. Current Opinion in Cell Biology 14 (4), pp. 488 - 495 (2002)
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    Takamori, S.; Malherbe, P.; Broger, C.; Jahn, R.: Molecular cloning and functional characterization of human vesicular glutamate transporter 3. EMBO Reports 3 (8), pp. 798 - 803 (2002)
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    Jahn, R.: Snare structure and function, probed by clostridial neurotoxins. Naunyn-Schmiedebergs Archives of Pharmacology 365 (Suppl. 2), p. 64 - 64 (2002)
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    Kreykenbohm, V.; Wenzel, D.; Antonin, W.; Atlachkine, V.; Fischer von Mollard, G.: The SNAREs vti1a and vti1b have distinct localization and SNARE complex partners. European Journal of Cell Biology 81 (5), pp. 273 - 280 (2002)
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    Pabst, S.; Margittai, M.; Vainius, D.; Langen, R.; Jahn, R.; Fasshauer, D.: Rapid and selective binding to the synaptic SNARE complex suggests a modulatory role of complexins in neuroexocytosis. Journal of Biological Chemistry 277 (10), pp. 7838 - 7848 (2002)
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    Antonin, W.; Wagner, M.; Riedel, D.; Brose, N.; Jahn, R.: Loss of the zymogen granule protein syncollin affects pancreatic protein synthesis and transport but not secretion. Molecular and Cellular Biology 22 (5), pp. 1545 - 1554 (2002)
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    Lang, T.; Jahn, R.: Fusion of vacuoles - Where are the membranes, and where are the holes? Developmental Cell 2 (3), pp. 257 - 259 (2002)
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    Majoul, I.; Schmidt, T.; Pomasanova, M.; Boutkevich, E.; Kozlov, Y.; Soeling, H. D.: Differential expression of receptors for Shiga and Cholera toxin is regulated by the cell cycle. Journal of Cell Science 115 (4), pp. 817 - 826 (2002)
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    Antonin, W.; Fasshauer, D.; Becker, S.; Jahn, R.; Schneider, T. R.: Crystal structure of the endosomal SNARE complex reveals common structural principles of all SNAREs. Nature Structural Biology 9 (2), pp. 107 - 111 (2002)
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    Fasshauer, D.; Antonin, W.; Subramaniam, V.; Jahn, R.: SNARE assembly and disassembly exhibit a pronounced hysteresis. Nature Structural Biology 9 (2), pp. 144 - 151 (2002)
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    Bruns, D.; Jahn, R.: Molecular determinants of exocytosis. Pflügers Archiv: European Journal of Physiology 443 (3), pp. 333 - 338 (2002)
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    Kleschevnikov, A. M.; Kuhnt, U.; Voronin, L. L.: Quantal analysis of the late phase of long-term potentiation (LTP) in the guinea pig hippocampal slices: Sharp microelectrode recordings. Neuroscience Research Communications 30 (1), pp. 7 - 25 (2002)
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    Majoul, I.; Straub, M.; Duden, R.; Hell, S. W.; Soeling, H. D.: Fluorescence resonance energy transfer analysis of protein-protein interactions in single living cells by multifocal multiphoton microscopy. Reviews in Molecular Biotechnology 82, pp. 267 - 277 (2002)
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    Margittai, M.; Schweinberger, E.; Widengren, J.; Fasshauer, D.; Jahn, R.; Schröder, G.; Grubmueller, H.; Haustein, E.; Felekyan, S.; Koenig, M. et al.; Seidel, C.: Single molecule FRET reveals an equilibrium between a closed and an open conformation of syntaxin 1. Biophysical Journal 82 (1), p. 305a - 305a (2002)
 
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