Publications of the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry


Journal Article (7149)

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    Abbenseth , J.; Finger, M.; Würtele , C.; Kasanmascheff, M.; Schneider, S.: Coupling of terminal iridium nitrido complexes. Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers 3 (4), pp. 469-477 (2016)
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    Agafonov, D. E.; Kastner, B.; Dybkov, O.; Hofele, R. V.; Liu, W.; Urlaub, H.; Lührmann, R.; Stark, H.: Molecular architecture of the human U4/U6.U5 tri-snRNP. Science 351 (6280), pp. 1416-1420 2016 (online published)
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    Ambadipudi, S.; Zweckstetter, M.: Targeting intrinsically disordered proteins in rational drug discovery. Expert Opinion on Drug Discocery 11 (1), pp. 65-77 (2016)
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    Anemone, G.; Climent-Pascual, E.; Yu, H. K.; Al Taleb, A.; Jimenez-Villacorta, F.; Prieto, C.; Wodtke, A. M.; De Andres, A.; Farias, D.: Quality of graphene on sapphire: Long-range order from helium diffraction versus lattice defects from Raman spectroscopy. RSC Advances 6 (25), pp. 21235-21245 (2016)
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    Aspelmeier, T.; Katzgraber, H. G.; Larson, D.; Moore, M. A.; Wittmann, M.; Yeo, J.: Finite-size critical scaling in Ising spin glasses in the mean-field regime. Physical Review E 93 (2016)
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    Bernecky, C.; Herzog, F.; Baumeister, W.; Plitzko, J. M.; Cramer, P.: Structure of transcribing mammalian RNA polymerase II. Nature 529 (7587), pp. 551-554 (2016)
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    Binotti, B.; Jahn, R.; Chua, J. J. E.: Functions of Rab proteins at presynaptic sites. Cells 5 (1) 2016 (online published)
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    Böhm, J.; Scherzer, S.; Shabala, S.; Krol, E.; Neher, E.; Mueller, T. D.; Hedrich, R.: Venus flytrap HKT1-type channel provides for prey sodium uptake into carnivorous plant without conflicting with electrical excitability. Molecular Plant 9 (3), pp. 428-436 (2016)
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    Böhm, J.; Scherzer, S.; Krol, E.; Kreuzer, I.; von Meyer, K.; Lorey, C.; Mueller, T. D.; Shabala, L.; Monte, I.; Solano, R. et al.; Al-Rasheid, K. A. S.; Rennenberg, H.; Shabala, S.; Neher, E.; Hedrich, R.: The Venus flytrap Dionaea muscipula counts prey-induced action potentials to induce sodium uptake. Current Biology 26 (3), pp. 286-295 (2016)
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    Böhm, U.; Hell, S. W.; Schmidt, R.: 4Pi-RESOLFT nanoscopy. Nature Communications 7 2016 (online published)
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    Bolbat, E.; Suarez-Alcantara, K.; Canton, S. E.; Wendt, O. F.: Synthesis, spectroscopic characterization and catalytic activity of platinum(II) carbene complexes. Inorganica Chimica Acta 445, pp. 129-133 (2016)
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    Buhr, F.; Jha, S.; Thommen, M.; Mittelstät, J.; Kutz, F.; Schwalbe, H.; Rodnina, M. V.; Komar, A. A.: Synonymous codons direct cotranslational folding toward different protein conformations. Molecular Cell 61 (3), pp. 341-351 (2016)
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    Butkevich, A.; Mitronova, G.; Sidenstein, S.; Klocke, J.; Kamin, D.; Meineke, D. N. H.; D'Este, E.; Kraemer, P. T.; Danzl, J. G.; Belov, V. N. et al.; Hell, S. W.: Fluorescent rhodamines and fluorogenic carbopyronines for super-resolution STED microscopy in living cells. Angewandte Chemie International Edition 55 (10), pp. 3290-3294 (2016)
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    Capiod, T.; Haiech, J.; Heizmann, C. W.; Krebs, J.; Mignen, O.: Preface. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Molecular Cell Research 2016 (online published)
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    Chen, J.; Shcherbatyy, V.; Liu, Z. J.: Internal kinematics of the volume-reduced tongue: A longitudinal microsonometric study. Anatomical Record 299 (1), pp. 132-140 (2016)
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    Cicek, I. Ö.; Karaca, S.; Brankatschk, M.; Eaton, S.; Urlaub, H.; Shcherbata, H. R.: Hedgehog signaling strength is orchestrated by the mir-310 cluster of microRNAs in response to diet. Genetics 202 (3), pp. 1167-1183 (2016)
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    D'Este, E.; Kamin, D.; Velte, C.; Göttfert, F.; Simons, M.; Hell, S. W.: Subcortial cytoskeleton periodicity throughout the nervous system. Scientific Reports 6 2016 (online published)
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    D'Souza, D. V.; Auer, T.; Frahm, J.; Strasburger, H.; Lee, B. B.: Dependence of chromatic responses in V1 on visual field eccentricity and spatial frequency: An fMRI study. Journal of the Optical Society of America A: Optics, Image Science, and Vision 33 (3), pp. A53-A64 (2016)
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    Danzl, J. G.; Sidenstein, S.; Gregor, C.; Urban, N. T.; Ilgen, P.; Jakobs, S.; Hell, S. W.: Coordinate-targeted fluorescence nanoscopy with multiple off states. Nature Photonics 10 (2), pp. 122-128 (2016)
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    De, I.; Schmitzova, J.; Pena, V.: The organization and contribution of helicases to RNA splicing. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: RNA 7 (2), pp. 259-274 (2016)
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    Donnini, S.; Ullmann, T.; Groenhof, G.; Grubmüller, H.: Charge-neutral constant pH molecular dynamics simulations using a parsimonious proton buffer. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 12 (3), pp. 1040-1051 (2016)
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    Dorta-Quinones, C.; Wang, X.; Dokania, R.; Gailey, A.; Lindau, M.; Apsel, A.: A wireless FSCV monitoring IC with analog background subtraction and UWB telemetry. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems 10 (2), pp. 289-299 (2016)
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    Dudek, J.; Cheng, I. F.; Chowdhury, A.; Wozny, K.; Balleininger, M.; Reinhold, R.; Grunau, S.; Callegari, S.; Toischer, K.; Wanders, R. J. A. et al.; Hasenfuss, G.; Brugger, B.; Guan, K. M.; Rehling, P.: Cardiac-specific succinate dehydrogenase deficiency in Barth syndrome. EMBO Molecular Medicine 8 (2), pp. 139-154 (2016)
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    Eser, P.; Wachutka, L.; Maier, K. C.; Demel, C.; Boroni, M.; Iyer, S.; Cramer, P.; Gagneur, J.: Determinants of RNA metabolism in the Schizosaccharomyces pombe genome. Molecular Systems Biology 12 (2) 2016 (online published)
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    Farsi, Z.; Preobraschenski, J.; van den Bogaart, G.; Riedel, D.; Jahn, R.; Woehler, A.: Single-vesicle imaging reveals different transport mechanisms between glutamatergic and GABAergic vesicles. Science 351 (6276), pp. 981-984 (2016)
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    Fellner, L.; Kuzdas-Wood, D.; Levin, J.; Ryazanov, S.; Leonov, A.; Griesinger, C.; Giese, A.; Wenning, G. K.; Stefanova, N.: Anle138b partly ameliorates motor deficits despite failure of neuroprotection in a model of advanced multiple system atrophy. Frontiers in Neuroscience 10 2016 (online published)
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    Fischle, W.; Schwarzer, D.: Probing chromatin-modifying enzymes with chemical tools. ACS Chemical Biology 11 (3), pp. 689-705 (2016)
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    Frahm, J.: Meet our editorial board member. Current Medical Imaging Reviews 12 (2), pp. 75-76 (2016)
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    Glaser, L.; Rothkirch, A.; Techert, S.; Freudenberg, M.: A non-destructive view with X-rays into the strain state of bronze axes. Microchemical Journal 126, pp. 322-325 (2016)
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    Gonzalo-Juan, I.; Tulyaganov, D. U.; Balan, C.; Linser, R.; Ferreira, J. M. F.; Riedel, R.; Ionescu, E.: Tailoring the viscoelastic properties of injectable biocomposites: A spectroscopic assessment of the interactions between organic carriers and bioactive glass particles. Materials and Design 97, pp. 45-50 (2016)
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    Graen, T.; Grubmüller, H.: NuSol: Numerical solver for the 3D stationary nuclear Schrödinger equation. Computer Physics Communications 198, pp. 169-178 (2016)
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    Große, L.; Wurm, C. A.; Brüser, C.; Neumann, D.; Jans, D. C.; Jakobs, S.: Bax assembles into large ring-like structures remodeling the mitochondrial outer membrane in apoptosis. EMBO Journal 35 (4), pp. 402-413 (2016)
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    Hafi, N.; Grunwald, M.; van den Heuvel, L. S.; Aspelmeier, T.; Steinem, C.; Korte, M.; Munk, A.; Walla, P. J.: Reply to "Polarization modulation adds little additional information to super-resolution fluorescence microscopy". Nature Methods 13 (1), pp. 8-9 (2016)
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    Halbmaier, K.; Seikowski, J.; Tkach, I.; Höbartner, C.; Sezer, D.; Bennati, M.: High-resolution measurement of long-range distances in RNA: Pulse EPR spectroscopy with TEMPO-labeled nucleotides. Chemical Science 2016 (online published)
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    Hauser, M.; Steinegger, M.; Söding, J.: MMseqs software suite for fast and deep clustering and searching of large protein sequence sets. Bioinformatics 2016 (online published)
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    Hoyer, P.; de Medeiros, G.; Balazs, B.; Norlin, N.; Besir, C.; Hanne, J.; Kräusslich, H. G.; Engelhardt, J.; Sahl, S.; Hell, S. W. et al.; Hufnagel, L.: Breaking the diffraction limit of light-sheet fluorescence microscopy by RESOLFT. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113 (13), pp. 3442-3446 (2016)
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    Jain, R.; Khan, N.; Menzel, A.; Rajkovic, I.; Konrad, M.; Techert, S.: Insights into open/closed conformations of the catalytically active human guanylate kinase as investigated by small-angle X-ray scattering. European Biophysics Journal 45 (1), pp. 81-89 (2016)
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    Jain, R.; Techert, S.: Time-resolved and in-situ X-ray scattering methods beyond photoactivation: Utilizing high-flux X-ray sources for the study of ubiquitous non-photoactive proteins. Protein and Peptide Letters 23 (3), pp. 242-254 (2016)
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    Jaremko, M.; Jaremko, L.; Giller, K.; Becker, S.; Zweckstetter, M.: Backbone and side-chain resonance assignment of the A147T polymorph of mouse TSPO in complex with a high-affinity radioligand. Biomolecular NMR Assignments 10 (1), pp. 79-83 (2016)
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    Javadi-Zarnaghi, F.; Höbartner, C.: Functional hallmarks of a catalytic DNA that makes lariat RNA. Chemistry-A European Journal 22 (11), pp. 3720-3728 (2016)
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    Kasanmascheff, M.; Lee, W.; Nick, T. U.; Stubbe, J.; Bennati, M.: Radical transfer in E. coli ribonucleotide reductase: A NH2Y731/R411A-α mutant unmasks a new conformation of the pathway residue 731. Chemical Science 7 (3), pp. 2170-2178 (2016)
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    Kilisch, M.; Lytovchenko, O.; Arakel, E. C.; Bertinetti, D.; Schwappach, B.: A dual phosphorylation switch controls 14-3-3-dependent cell surface expression of TASK-1. Journal of Cell Science 129 (4), pp. 831-842 (2016)
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    Kirscht, A.; Kaptan, S. S.; Bienert, G. P.; Chaumont, F.; Nissen, P.; de Groot, B. L.; Kjellbom, P.; Gourdon, P.; Johanson, U.: Crystal structure of an ammonia-permeable aquaporin. PLOS Biology 14 (3) 2016 (online published)
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    Koch, H.; Raabe, M.; Urlaub, H.; Bindereif, A.; Preußer, C.: The polyadenylation complex of Trypanosoma brucei: Characterization of the functional poly(A) polymerase. RNA Biology 13 (2), pp. 221-231 (2016)
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    Koch, R.; Aung, T.; Vogel, D.; Chapuy, B.; Wenzel, D.; Becker, S.; Sinzig, U.; Venkataramani, V.; von Mach, T.; Jacob, R. et al.; Truemper, L.; Wulf, G. G.: Nuclear trapping through inhibition of exosomal export by indomethacin increases cytostatic efficacy of doxorubicin and pixantrone. Clinical Cancer Research 22 (2), pp. 395-404 (2016)
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    König, C.; Werner, F.; Hohage, T.: Convergence rates for exponentially ill-posed inverse problems with impulsive noise. SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis 54 (1), pp. 341-360 2016 (online published)
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    Krüger, B. C.; Meyer, S.; Kandratsenka, A.; Wodtke, A. M.; Schäfer, T.: Vibrational inelasticity of highly vibrationally excited NO on Ag(111). The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 7 (3), pp. 441-446 (2016)
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    Kulminskaya, N.; Vasa, S. K.; Giller, K.; Becker, S.; Kwan, A.; Sunde, M.; Linser, R.: Access to side-chain carbon information in deuterated solids under fast MAS through non-rotor-synchronized mixing. Chemical Communications 52 (2), pp. 268-271 (2016)
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    Kumar, S.; Wirths, O.; Stüber, K.; Wunderlich, P.; Koch, P.; Theil, S.; Rezaei-Ghaleh, N.; Zweckstetter, M.; Bayer, T. A.; Bruestle, O. et al.; Thal, D. R.; Walter, J.: Phosphorylation of the amyloid beta-peptide at Ser26 stabilizes oligomeric assembly and increases neurotoxicity. Acta Neuropathologica 31 (4), pp. 525-537 (2016)
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    Kumar, R.; Grubmüller, H.: Phi29 Connector-DNA interactions govern DNA crunching and rotation, supporting the check-valve model. Biophysical Journal 110 (2), pp. 455-469 (2016)
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    Kutzner, C.; Köpfer, D.; Machtens, J. P.; de Groot, B. L.; Song, C.; Zachariae, U.: Insights into the function of ion channels by computational electrophysiology simulations. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Biomembranes 2016 (online published)
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    Kwiatkowski, S.; Sviripa, V. M.; Zhang, Z. Y.; Wendlandt, A. E.; Höbartner, C.; Watt, D. S.; Stamm, S.: Synthesis of a norcantharidin-tethered guanosine: Protein phosphatase-1 inhibitors that change alternative splicing. Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters 26 (3), pp. 965-968 (2016)
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    Lisica, A.; Engel, C.; Jahnel, M.; Roldán, É.; Galburt, E. A.; Cramer, P.; Grill, S. W.: Mechanisms of backtrack recovery by RNA polymerases I and II. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113 (11), pp. 2946-2951 (2016)
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    Liu, L. Y.; Sun, H.; Griesinger, C.; Liu, J. K.: The use of a combination of RDC and chiroptical spectroscopy for determination of the absolute configuration of fusariumin A from the fungus Fusarium sp. Natural Products and Bioprospecting 6 (1), pp. 41-48 2016 (online published)
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    Marsh, D.: Equation of state for phospholipid self-assembly. Biophysical Journal 110 (1), pp. 188-196 (2016)
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    Miano, V.; Ferrero, G.; Reineri, S.; Caizzi, L.; Annaratone, L.; Ricci, L.; Cutrupi, S.; Castellano, I.; Cordero, F.; De Bortoli, M.: Luminal long non-coding RNAs regulated by estrogen receptor alpha in a ligand-independent manner show functional roles in breast cancer. Oncotarget 7 (3), pp. 3201-3216 (2016)
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    Mütze, T.; Munk, A.; Friede, T.: Design and analysis of three-arm trials with negative binomially distributed endpoints. Statistics in Medicine 35 (4), pp. 505-521 (2016)
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    Newie, J.; Kasanmascheff, M.; Bennati, M.; Feussner, I.: Kinetics of bis-allylic hydroperoxide synthesis in the iron-containing lipoxygenase 2 from cyanothece and the effects of manganese substitution. Lipids 51 (3), pp. 335-347 (2016)
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    Niesser, J.; Wagner, F. R.; Kostrewa, D.; Mühlbacher, W.; Cramer, P.: Structure of GPN-loop GTPase Npa3 and implications for RNA polymerase II assembly. Molecular and Cellular Biology 36 (5), pp. 820-831 (2016)
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    Ossler, F.; Canton, S. E.; Wallenberg, L. R.; Engdahl, A.; Seifert, S.; Hessler, J. P.; Tranter, R. S.: Measurements of structures and concentrations of carbon particle species in premixed flames by the use of in-situ wide angle X-ray scattering. Carbon 96, pp. 782-798 (2016)
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    Pesch, Y. Y.; Riedel, D.; Patil, K. R.; Loch, G.; Behr, M.: Chitinases and Imaginal disc growth factors organize the extracellular matrix formation at barrier tissues in insects. Scientific Reports 6 2016 (online published)
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    Pfaff, J.; Monroy, J. R.; Jamieson, C.; Rajanala, K.; Vilardi, F.; Schwappach, B.; Kehlenbach, R. H.: Emery-Dreifuss muscular dystrophy mutations impair TRC40-mediated targeting of emerin to the inner nuclear membrane. Journal of Cell Science 129 (3), pp. 502-516 (2016)
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    Pfannmöller, J. P.; Schweizer, R.; Lotze, M.: Automated analysis protocol for high resolution BOLD-fMRI mapping of the fingertip somatotopy in brodmann area 3b. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging 43 (2), pp. 479-486 (2016)
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    Plaschka, C.; Nozawa, K.; Cramer, P.: Mediator architecture and RNA polymerase II interaction. Journal of Molecular Biology 2016 (online published)
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    Ponce-Salvatierra, A.; Wawrzyniak-Turek, K.; Steuerwald, U.; Höbartner, C.; Pena, V.: Crystal structure of a DNA catalyst. Nature 529, pp. 231-234 (2016)
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    Ramos, D. B.; Muller, G. C.; Rocha, G. B. M.; Dellavia, G. H.; Almeida, R. F.; Pettenuzzo, L. F.; Loureiro, S. O.; Hansel, G.; Horn, A. C. M.; Souza, D. O. et al.; Ganzella, M.: Intranasal guanosine administration presents a wide therapeutic time window to reduce brain damage induced by permanent ischemia in rats. Purinergic Signalling 12 (1), pp. 149-159 (2016)
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    Ranjan, N.; Rodnina, M. V.: tRNA wobble modifications and protein homeostasis. Translation 4 (1) 2016 (online published)
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    Reinscheid, F.; Reinscheid, U. M.: Stereochemical analysis of (+)-limonene using theoretical and experimental NMR and chiroptical data. Journal of Molecular Structure 1106, pp. 141-153 (2016)
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    Reinscheid, F.; Schmidt, M.; Abromeit, H.; Liening, S.; Scriba, G. K. E.; Reinscheid, U. M.: Structural and chiroptical analysis of naturally occurring (-)-strychnine. Journal of Molecular Structure 1106, pp. 200-209 (2016)
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    Reinscheid, U. M.; Reinscheid, F.: Stereochemical analysis of menthol and menthylamine isomers using calculated and experimental optical rotation data. Journal of Molecular Structure 1103, pp. 166-176 (2016)
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    Rodnina, M. V.; Wintermeyer, W.: Protein elongation, co-translational folding and targeting. Journal of Molecular Biology 2016 (online published)
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    Sadek, M.; Berndt, D.; Milovanovic, D.; Jahn, R.; Diederichsen, U.: Distance regulated vesicle fusion and docking mediated by β-peptide nucleic acid SNARE protein analogues. ChemBioChem 17 (6), pp. 479-485 (2016)
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    Sadowska-Bartosz, I.; Szewczyk, R.; Jaremko, L.; Jaremko, M.; Bartosz, G.: Anticancer agent 3-bromopyruvic acid forms a conjugate with glutathione. Pharmacological Reports 68 (2), pp. 502-505 (2016)
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    Samanta, B.; Seikowski, J.; Höbartner, C.: Fluorogenic labeling of 5-formylpyrimidine nucleotides in DNA and RNA. Angewandte Chemie International Edition 55 (5), pp. 1912-1916 (2016)
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    Schewe, M.; Nematian-Ardestani, E.; Sun, H.; Musinszki, M.; Cordeiro, S.; Bucci, G.; de Groot, B. L.; Tucker, S. J.; Rapedius, M.; Baukrowitz, T.: A non-canonical voltage sensor controls gating in K2P K2 channels. Cell 164 (5), pp. 937-949 (2016)
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    Schmidt, H. B.; Görlich, D.: Transport selectivity of nuclear pores, phase separation, and membraneless organelles. Trends in Biochemical Sciences 41 (1), pp. 46-61 (2016)
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    Schreck, S.; Pietzsch, A.; Kennedy, B.; Sathe, C.; Miedema, P. S.; Techert, S.; Strocov, V. N.; Schmitt, T.; Hennies, F.; Rubensson, J. E. et al.; Föhlisch, A.: Ground state potential energy surfaces around selected atoms from resonant inelastic x-ray scattering. Scientific Records 7 2016 (online published)
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    Schuh, M.: Cell scientist to watch – Melina Schuh. Journal of Cell Science 129 (1), pp. 7-8 (2016)
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    Schüller, R.; Forné, I.; Straub, T.; Schreieck, A.; Texier, Y.; Shah, N.; Decker, T. M.; Cramer, P.; Imhof, A.; Eick, D.: Heptad-specific phosphorylation of RNA polymerase II CTD. Molecular Cell 61 (2), pp. 305-314 2016 (online published)
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    Schuster-Gossler, K.; Cordes, R.; Müller, J.; Geffers, I.; Delany-Heiken, P.; Taft, M.; Preller, M.; Gossler, A.: Context-dependent sensitivity to mutations disrupting the structural integrity of individual EGF repeats in the mouse Notch ligand DLL1. Genetics 202 (3), pp. 1119-1133 (2016)
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    Schütze, T.; Ulrich, A. K. C.; Apelt, L.; Will, C. L.; Bartlick, N.; Seeger, M.; Weber, G.; Lührmann, R.; Stelzl, U.; Wahl, M. C.: Multiple protein-protein interactions converging on the Prp38 protein during activation of the human spliceosome. RNA 22 (2), pp. 265-277 (2016)
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    Schweizer, J. I.; Scheibel, M. G.; Diefenbach, M.; Neumeyer, F.; Würtele, C.; Kulminskaya, N.; Linser, R.; Auner, N.; Schneider, S.; Holthausen, M. C.: A disilene base adduct with a dative Si–Si single bond. Angewandte Chemie International Edition 55 (5), pp. 1782-1786 (2016)
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    Sharma, S.; Lindau, M.: The mystery of the fusion pore. Nature Structural and Molecular Biology 23 (1), pp. 5-6 (2016)
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    Smith, C. A.; Ban, D.; Pratihar, S.; Giller, K.; Paulat, M.; Becker, S.; Griesinger, C.; Lee, D.; de Groot, B. L.: Allosteric switch regulates protein–protein binding through collective motion. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113 (12), pp. 3269-3274 (2016)
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    Stark, H.; Chari, A.: Sample preparation of biological macromolecular assemblies for the determination of high-resolution structures by cryo-electron microscopy. Microscopy 65 (1), pp. 23-34 (2016)
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    Stützer, A.; Liokatis, S.; Kiesel, A.; Schwarzer, D.; Sprangers, R.; Söding, J.; Selenko, P.; Fischle, W.: Modulations of DNA contacts by linker histones and post-translational modifications determine the mobility and modifiability of nucleosomal H3 tails. Molecular Cell 61 (2), pp. 247-259 (2016)
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    Tauchert, M. J.; Fourmann, J. B.; Christian, H.; Lührmann, R.; Ficner, R.: Structural and functional analysis of the RNA helicase Prp43 from the thermophilic eukaryote Chaetomium thermophilum. Acta Crystallographica Section F 72 (2), pp. 112-120 (2016)
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    Tenreiro, S.; Rosado-Ramos, R.; Gerhardt, E.; Favretto, F.; Magalhães, F.; Popova, B.; Becker, S.; Zweckstetter, M.; Braus, G. H.; Outeiro, T. F.: Yeast reveals similar molecular mechanisms underlying alpha- and beta-synuclein toxicity. Human Molecular Genetics 25 (2), pp. 275-290 (2016)
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    Turek, M.; Besseling, J.; Spies, J. P.; König, S.; Bringmann, H.: Sleep-active neuron specification and sleep induction require FLP-11 neuropeptides to systemically induce sleep. eLife 2016 (online published)
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    Untenberger, M.; Tan, Z.; Voit, D.; Joseph, A. A.; Roeloffs, V. B.; Merboldt, K. D.; Schätz, S.; Frahm, J.: Advances in real-time phase-contrast flow MRI using asymmetric radial gradient echoes. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 75 (5), pp. 1901-1908 (2016)
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    van der Velde, J. H. M.; Oelerich, J.; Huang, J. Y.; Smit, J. H.; Jazi, A. A.; Galiani, S.; Kolmakov, K.; Guoridis, G.; Eggeling, C.; Herrmann, A. et al.; Roelfes, G.; Cordes, T.: A simple and versatile design concept for fluorophore derivatives with intramolecular photostabilization. Nature Communications 7 2016 (online published)
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    Vandenberg, W.; Duwe, S.; Leutenegger, M.; Moeyaert, B.; Krajnik, B.; Lasser, T.; Dedecker, P.: Model-free uncertainty estimation in stochastical optical fluctuation imaging (SOFI) leads to a doubled temporal resolution. Biomedical Optics Express 7 (2), pp. 467-480 (2016)
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    Vasa, S. K.; Rovo, P.; Giller, K.; Becker, S.; Linser, R.: Access to aliphatic protons as reporters in non-deuterated proteins by solid-state NMR. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 18 (12), pp. 8359-8363 (2016)
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    Walczak, M.; Grubmüller, H.: BASDet: Bayesian approach(es) for structure determination from single molecule X-ray diffration images. Computer Physics Communications 201, pp. 159-166 (2016)
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    Watanabe, T.; Frahm, J.; Michaelis, T.: In vivo brain MR imaging at subnanoliter resolution: Contrast and histology. Magnetic Resonance in Medical Sciences 115 (1), pp. 11-25 (2016)
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    Willke, P.; Möhle, C.; Sinterhauf, A.; Kotzott, T.; Yu, H. K.; Wodtke, A. M.; Wenderoth, M.: Local transport measurements in graphene on SiO2 using Kelvin probe force microscopy. Carbon 102, pp. 470-476 (2016)
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    Wysoczanski, P.; Zweckstetter, M.: Retention and splicing complex (RES) - the importance of cooperativity. RNA Biology 13 (2), pp. 128-133 (2016)
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    Xiang, S.; Biernat, J.; Mandelkow, E.; Becker, S.; Linser, R.: Backbone assignment for minimal protein amounts of low structural homogeneity in the absence of deuteration. Chemical Communications 52 (21), pp. 3979-4100 (2016)
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    Yagensky, O.; Kalantary Dehaghi, T.; Chua, J. J. E.: The roles of microtubule-based transport at presynaptic nerve terminals. Frontiers in Synaptic Neuroscience 8 2016 (online published)
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