Publications of the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry


Journal Article (7015)

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    Adio, S.; Senyushkina, T.; Peske, F.; Fischer, N.; Wintermeyer, W.; Rodnina, M. V.: Fluctuations between multiple EF-G-induced chimeric tRNA states during translocation on the ribosome. Nature Communications 6 2015 (online published)
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    Al Taleb, A.; Yu, H. K.; Anemone, G.; Farias, D.; Wodtke, A. M.: Helium diffraction and acoustic phonons of graphene grown on copper foil. Carbon 95, pp. 731-737 (2015)
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    Andrade, D. M.; Clausen, M. P.; Keller, J.; Müller, V.; Wu, C.; Bear, J. E.; Hell, S. W.; Lagerholm, B. C.; Eggeling, C.: Cortical actin networks induce spatio-temporal confinement of phospholipids in the plasma membrane - a minimally invasive investigation by STED-FCS. Scientific Reports 5 2015 (online published)
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    Andreani, J.; Söding, J.: bbcontacts: Prediction of β-strand pairing from direct coupling patterns. . Bioinformatics 31 (11), pp. 1729-1737 2015 (online published)
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    Andrini, O.; Keck, M.; Briones, R.; Lourdel, S.; Vargas-Poussou, R.; Teulon, J.: ClC-K chloride channels: Emerging pathophysiology of Bartter syndrome type 3. American Journal of Physiology-Renal Physiology 308 (12), pp. F1324-F1334 2015 (online published)
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    Ard, S. G.; Johnson, R. S.; Melko, J. J.; Martinez, O.; Shuman, N. S.; Ushakov, V. G.; Guo, H.; Troe, J.; Viggiano, A. A.: Spin-inversion and spin-selection in the reactions FeO+ + H-2 and Fe+ + N2O. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 17 (30), pp. 19707-19717 (2015)
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    Ardenkjaer-Larsen, J. H.; Boebinger, G. S.; Comment, A.; Duckett, S.; Edison, A. S.; Engelke, F.; Griesinger, C.; Griffin, R. G.; Hilty, C.; Maeda, H. et al.; Parigi, G.; Prisner, T.; Ravera, E.; van Bentum, J.; Vega, S.; Webb, A.; Luchinat, C.; Schwalbe, H.; Frydman, L.: Facing and overcoming sensitivity challenges in biomolecular NMR spectroscopy. Angewandte Chemie-International Edition 54 (32), pp. 9162-9185 (2015)
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    Arnoldt, H.; Chang, S.; Jahnke, S.; Urmersbach, B.; Taschenberger, H.; Timme, M.: When less is more: Non-monotonic spike sequence processing in neurons. PLOS Computational Biology 11 (2) 2015 (online published)
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    Auer, T.; Schweizer, R.; Frahm, J.: Training efficiency and transfer success in an extended real-time functional MRI neurofeedback training of the somatomotor cortex of healthy subjects. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9 2015 (online published)
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    Bährle, C.; Nick, T. U.; Bennati, M.; Jeschke, G.; Vogel, F.: High field EPR and DFT study of stable organic radicals in lignin: Influence of the extraction process, botanical origin and protonation reactions on the radical g-tensor. Journal of Physical Chemistry A 119 (24), pp. 6475-6482 (2015)
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    Barbot, M.; Jans, D. C.; Schulz, C.; Denkert, N.; Kroppen, B.; Hoppert, M.; Jakobs, S.; Meinecke, M.: Mic10 oligomerizes to bend mitochondrial inner membranes at cristae junctions. Cell Metabolism 21 (5), pp. 756-763 (2015)
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    Benito, E.; Urbanke, H.; Ramachandran, B.; Barth, J.; Halder, R.; Awasthi, A.; Jain, G.; Capece, J. G.; Burkhardt, S.; Navarro-Sala, M. et al.; Nagarajan, S.; Schütz, A. L.; Johnsen, S. A.; Bonn, S.; Lührmann, R.; Dean, C.; Fischer, A.: HDAC inhibitor-dependent transcriptome and memory reinstatement in cognitive decline models. Journal of Clinical Investigation 125 (9), pp. 3572-3584 (2015)
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    Bergermann, F.; Alber, L.; Sahl, S.; Engelhardt, S.; Hell, S. W.: 2000-fold parallelized dual-color STED fluorescence nanoscopy. Optics Express 23 (1), pp. 211-223 (2015)
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    Binotti, B.; Pavlos, N. J.; Riedel, D.; Wenzel, D.; Vorbrüggen, G.; Schalk, A. M.; Kühnel, K.; Boyken, J.; Erck, C.; Martens, H. et al.; Chua, J. J. E.; Jahn, R.: The GTPase Rab26 links synaptic vesicles to the autophagy pathway. eLife 4 2015 (online published)
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    Blom, H.; Bates, M.: Nanoscopy—imaging life at the nanoscale: A Nobel Prize achievement with a bright future. Physica Scripta 80 (10) 2015 (online published)
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    Bock, L. V.; Blau, C.; Vaiana, A. C.; Grubmüller, H.: Dynamic contact network between ribosomal subunits enables rapid large-scale rotation during spontaneous translocation. Nucleic Acids Research 43 (14), pp. 6747-6760 (2015)
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    Bodet, O.; Goerke, S.; Behl, N. G. R.; Roeloffs, V. B.; Zaiss, M.; Bachert, P.: Amide proton transfer of carnosine in aqueous solution studied in vitro by WEX and CEST experiments. NMR in Biomedicine 28 (9), pp. 1097-1103 (2015)
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    Boesler, C.; Rigo, N.; Agafonov, D. E.; Kastner, B.; Urlaub, H.; Will, C. L.; Lührmann, R.: Stable tri-snRNP integration is accompanied by a major structural rearrangement of the spliceosome that is dependent on Prp8 interaction with the 5‘ splice site. RNA 21 (11), pp. 1993-2005 2015 (online published)
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    Bohnenberger, H.; Ströbel, P.; Mohr, S.; Corso, J.; Berg, T.; Urlaub, H.; Lenz, C.; Serve, H.; Oellerich, T.: Quantitative mass spectrometric profiling of cancer-cell proteomes derived from liquid and solid tumors. Journal of Visualized Experiments 96 2015 (online published)
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    Bonnier, G.; Roche, A.; Romascano, D.; Simioni, S.; Meskaldji, D. E.; Rotzinger, D.; Lin, Y. C.; Menegaz, G.; Schluep, M.; Du Pasquier, R. et al.; Sumpf, T.; Frahm, J.; Thiran, J. P.; Krueger, G.; Granziera, C.: Multicontrast MRI quantification of focal inflammation and degeneration in multiple sclerosis. BioMed Research International 2015 (online published)
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    Borck, G.; Hög, F.; Dentici, M. L.; Tan, P. L.; Sowada, N.; Medeira, A.; Gueneau, L.; Thiele, H.; Kousi, M.; Lepri, F. et al.; Wenzeck, L.; Blumenthal, I.; Radicioni, A.; Schwarzenberg, T. L.; Mandriani, B.; Fischetto, R.; Morris-Rosendahl, D. J.; Altmüller, J.; Reymond, A.; Nürnberg, P.; Merla, G.; Dallapiccola, B.; Katsanis, N.; Cramer, P.; Kubisch, C.: BRF1 mutations alter RNA polymerase III-dependent transcription and cause neurodevelopmental anomalies. Genome Research 25 (2), pp. 155-166 (2015)
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    Brown, N. G.; VanderLinden, R.; Watson, E. R.; Qiao, R. P.; Grace, C. R. R.; Yamaguchi, M.; Weissmann, F.; Frye, J. J.; Dube, P.; Cho, S. E. et al.; Actis, M. L.; Rodrigues, P.; Fujii, N.; Peters, J. M.; Stark, H.; Schulman, B. A.: RING E3 mechanism for ubiquitin ligation to a disordered substrate visualized for human anaphase-promoting complex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 112 (17), pp. 5272-5279 2015 (online published)
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    Busse, R. A.; Scacioc, A.; Krick, R.; Pérez-Lara, A.; Thumm, M.; Kühnel, K.: Characterization of PROPPIN-phosphoinositide binding and role of Loop 6CD in PROPPIN-membrane binding. Biophysical Journal 108 (9), pp. 2223-2234 (2015)
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    Butzlaff, M.; Hannan, S. B.; Karsten, P.; Lenz, S.; Ng, J.; Vossfeldt, H.; Prüssing, K.; Pflanz, R.; Schulz, J. B.; Rasse, T. et al.; Voigt, A.: Impaired retrograde transport by the Dynein/Dynactin complex contributes to Tau-induced toxicity. Human Molecular Genetics 24 (13), pp. 3623-3637 (2015)
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    Byrne, R. T.; Jenkins, H. T.; Peters, D. T.; Whelan, F.; Stowell, J.; Aziz, N.; Kasatzky, P.; Rodnina, M. V.; Koonin, E. V.; Konevega, A. L. et al.; Antson, A. A.: Major reorientation of tRNA substrates defines specificity of dihydrouridine synthases. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 112 (19), pp. 6033-6037 (2015)
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    Cal, M.; Kotynia, A.; Jaremko, L.; Jaremko, M.; Lisowski, M.; Cebo, M.; Brasun, J.; Stefanowicz, P.: Metallacrowns as products of the aqueous medium self-assembly of histidinehydroxamic acid-containing polypeptides. Dalton Transactions 44 (24), pp. 11172-11181 (2015)
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    Caliskan, N.; Peske, F.; Rodnina, M. V.: Changed in translation: mRNA recoding by −1 programmed ribosomal frameshifting. Trends in Biochemical Sciences 40 (5), pp. 265-274 (2015)
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    Camacho-Zarco, A. R.; Munari, F.; Wegstroth, M.; Liu, W. M.; Ubbink, M.; Becker, S.; Zweckstetter, M.: Multiple paramagnetic effects through a tagged reporter protein. Angewandte Chemie International Edition 54 (1), pp. 336-339 (2015)
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    Canton, S. E.; Kjær, K. S.; Vankó, G.; van Driel, T. B.; Adachi, S.; Bordage, A.; Bressler, C.; Chabera, P.; Christensen, M.; Dohn, A. O. et al.; Galler, A.; Gawelda, W.; Gosztola, D.; Haldrup, K.; Harlang, T.; Liu, Y.; Møller, K. B.; Németh, Z.; Nozawa, S...; Pápai, M.; Sato, T.; Sato, T.; Suarez-Alcantara, K.; Togashi, T.; Tono, K.; Uhlig, J.; Vithanage, D. A.; Wärnmark, K.; Yabashi, M.; Zhang, J.; Sundström, V.; Nielsen, M. M.: Visualizing the non-equilibrium dynamics of photoinduced intramolecular electron transfer with femtosecond X-ray pulses. Nature Communications 6 2015 (online published)
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    Canton, S. E.; Zhang, X.; Liu, Y.; Zhang, J.; Pápai, M.; Corani, A.; Smolentsev, G.; Attenkofer, K.; Li, F.; Harlang, T. et al.; Vithanage, D.; Chabera, P.; Bordage, A.; Sun, L.; Ott, S.; Jennings, G.; Smeigh, A.; Kurtz, A.; Wärnmark, K.; Sundström, V.: Watching the dynamics of electrons and atoms at work in solar energy conversion. Faraday Discussions 2015 (online published)
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    Carneiro, M. G.; Reddy, J. G.; Griesinger, C.; Lee, D.: Speeding-up exchange-mediated saturation transfer experiments by Fourier transform. Journal of Biomolecular NMR 63 (3), pp. 237-244 (2015)
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    Carneiro, M. G.; Koharudin, L. M.; Griesinger, C.; Gronenborn, A. M.; Lee, D.: 1H, 13C and 15N resonance assignment of the anti-HIV lectin from Oscillatoria agardhii. Biomolecular NMR Assignments 9 (2), pp. 317-319 (2015)
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    Carneiro, M. G.; Koharudin, L. M.; Ban, D.; Sabo, T. M.; Trigo-Mourino, P.; Mazur, A.; Griesinger, C.; Gronenborn, A. M.; Lee, D.: Sampling of glycan-bound conformers by the anti-HIV lectin Oscillatoria agardhii agglutinin in the absence of sugar. Angewandte Chemie International Edition 54 (22), pp. 6462-6465 (2015)
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    Cass, S. D. B.; Haas, K. A.; Stoll, B.; Alkhnbashi, O. S.; Sharma, K.; Urlaub, H.; Backofen, R.; Marchfelder, A.; Bolt, E. L.: The role of Cas8 in type I CRISPR interference. Bioscience Reports 35 (3) 2015 (online published)
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    Chang, S.; Reim, K.; Pedersen, M.; Neher, E.; Brose, N.; Taschenberger, H.: Complexin stabilizes newly primed synaptic vesicles and prevents their premature fusion at the mouse calyx of held synapse. Journal of Neuroscience 35 (21), pp. 8272-8290 (2015)
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    Chari, A.; Haselbach, D.; Kirves, J. M.; Ohmer, J.; Paknia, E.; Fischer, N.; Ganichkin, O.; Moller, V.; Frye, J. J.; Petzold, G. et al.; Jarvis, M.; Tietzel, M.; Grimm, C.; Peters, J. M.; Schulman, B. A.; Tittmann, K.; Markl, J.; Fischer, U.; Stark, H.: ProteoPlex: Stability optimization of macromolecular complexes by sparse-matrix screening of chemical space. Nature Methods 12 (9), pp. 859-865 (2015)
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    Chen, J.; Kellner, Y.; Zagrebelsky, M.; Grunwald, M.; Korte, M.; Walla, P. J.; PJ: Two-photon correlation spectroscopy in single dendritic spines reveals fast actin filament reorganization during activity-dependent growth. PLoS One 10 (5) 2015 (online published)
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    Chen, L.; Ueta , H.; Chadwick , H.; Beck , R. D.: The negligible role of C-H stretch excitation in the physisorption of CH4 on Pt(111). Journal of Physical Chemistry C 119 (26), pp. 14499-14505 (2015)
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    Chevelkov, V.; Xiang, S.; Giller, K.; Becker, S.; Lange, A.; Reif, B.: Perspectives for sensitivity enhancement in proton-detected solid-state NMR of highly deuterated proteins by preserving water magnetization. Journal of Biomolecular NMR 61 (2), pp. 151-160 (2015)
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    Chinen, I.; Nakahama, T.; Kimura, A.; Nguyen, N. T.; Takemori, H.; Kumagai, A.; Kayama, H.; Takeda, K.; Lee, S.; Hanieh, H. et al.; Ripley, B.; Millrine, D.; Dubey, P. K.; Nyati, K. K.; Fujii-Kuriyama, Y.; Chowdhury, K.; Kishimoto, T.: The aryl hydrocarbon receptor/microRNA-212/132 axis in T cells regulates IL-10 production to maintain intestinal homeostasis. International Immunology 27 (8), pp. 405-415 (2015)
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    Chug, H.; Trakhanov, S.; Hülsmann, B. B.; Pleiner, T.; Görlich, D.: Crystal structure of the metazoan Nup62•Nup58•Nup54 nucleoporin complex. Science 350 (6256), pp. 106-110 (2015)
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    D'Este, E.; Kamin, D.; Göttfert, F.; El-Hady Hashem, A.; Hell, S. W.: STED nanoscopy reveals the ubiquity of subcortical cytoskeleton periodicity in living neurons. Cell Reports 10 (8), pp. 1246-1251 (2015)
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    Dashevskaya, E.I.; Litvin, I.; Nikitin, E. E.; Troe, J.: Further insight into the tunneling contribution to the vibrational relaxation of NO in Ar. Journal of Chemical Physics 142 (16) 2015 (online published)
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    Dashevskaya, E.I.; Nikitin, E. E.; Troe, J.: The vibrational relaxation of NO in Ar: Tunneling in a curve-crossing mechanism. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 17 (1), pp. 151-158 (2015)
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    De, I.; Bessonov, S.; Hofele, R.; Dos Santos, K.; Will, C. L.; Urlaub, H.; Lührmann, R.; Pena, V.: The RNA helicase ​Aquarius exhibits structural adaptations mediating its recruitment to spliceosomes. Nature Structural and Molecular Biology 22 (2), pp. 138-144 2015 (online published)
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    Deeg, A. A.; Reiner, A. M.; Schmidt, F.; Schueder, F.; Ryazanov, S.; Ruf, V. C.; Giller, K.; Becker, S.; Leonov, A.; Griesinger, C. et al.; Giese, A.; Zinth, W.: Anle138b and related compounds are aggregation specific fluorescence markers and reveal high affinity binding to α-synuclein aggregates. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta-General Subjects 1850 (9), pp. 1884-1890 (2015)
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    Delvendahl , I.; Jablonski , L.; Baade , C.; Matveev , V.; Neher, E.; Hallermann, S.: Reduced endogenous Ca2+ buffering speeds active zone Ca2+ signaling. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 112 (23), pp. E3075-E3084 2015 (online published)
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    Demers, J. P.; Vijayan, V.; Lange, A.: Recovery of bulk proton magnetization and sensitivity enhancement in ultrafast magic-angle spinning solid-state NMR. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 119 (7), pp. 2908-2920 (2015)
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    Dennerlein, S.; Oeljeklaus, S.; Jans, D. C.; Hellwig, C.; Bareth, B.; Jakobs, S.; Deckers, M.; Warscheid, B.; Rehling, P.: MITRAC7 defines a checkpoint during cytochrome c oxidase assembly. . Cell Reports 12 (10), pp. 1644-1655 (2015)
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    Dennerlein, S.; Rehling, P.: Human mitochondrial COX1 assembly into cytochrome c oxidase at a glance. Journal of Cell Science 1128 (5), pp. 833-837 (2015)
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    Diaz, S. A.; Malonoski, A. P.; Susumu, K.; Hofele, R. V.; Oh, E.; Medintz, I. L.: Probing the kinetics of quantum dot-based proteolytic sensors. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 407 (24), pp. 7307-7318 (2015)
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    Diaz, S. A.; Gillanders, F.; Jares-Erijman, E. A.; Jovin, T. M.: Photoswitchable semiconductor nanocrystals with self-regulating photochromic Förster resonance energy transfer acceptors. Nature Communications 6 2015 (online published)
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    Dibaj, P.; Schomburg, E. D.; Steffens, H.: Contractile characteristics of gastrocnemius-soleus muscle in the SOD1G93A ALS mouse model. Neurological Research 37 (8), pp. 693-702 (2015)
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    Dörfel, L. K.; Wohlgemuth, I.; Kubyshkin, V.; Starosta, A. L.; Wilson, D. N.; Budisa, N.; Rodnina, M. V.: Entropic contribution of elongation factor P to proline positioning at the catalytic center of the ribosome. Journal of the American Chemical Society 137 (40), pp. 12997-13006 (2015)
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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 2015 (online published)
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    Dreha-Kulaczewski, S.; Joseph, A. A.; Merboldt, K. D.; Ludwig, H. C.; Gärtner, J.; Frahm, J.: Inspiration is the major regulator of human CSF flow. The Journal of Neuroscience 5 (6), pp. 2485-2493 2015 (online published)
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    Dul, M.; Ennis, R.; Radner, S.; Lee, B. B.; Zaidi, Q.: Retinal adaptation abnormalities in primary open-angle glaucoma. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 56 (2), pp. 1329-1334 (2015)
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    Duwe, S.; De Zitter, E.; Gielen, V.; Moeyaert, B.; Vandenberg, W.; Grotjohann, T.; Clays, K.; Jakobs, S.; Van Meervelt, L.; Dedecker, P.: Expression-enhanced fluorescent proteins based on enhanced green fluorescent protein for super-resolution microscopy. ACS Nano 9 (10), pp. 9528-9541 (2015)
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    Eggeling, C.; Willig, K. I.; Sahl, S.; Hell, S. W.: Lens-based fluorescence nanoscopy. Quarterly Reviews of Biophysics 48 (2), pp. 178-243 2015 (online published)
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    Engelhart, D. P.; Wagner, R. J. V.; Johnsen , P. C.; Wodtke, A. M.; Schäfer, T.: Adsorbate enhancement of electron emission during the quenching of metastable CO at metal surfaces. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 17 (17), pp. 11540-11545 (2015)
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    Engelhart, D. P.; Grätz, F.; Wagner, R. J. V.; Haak, H.; Meijer, G.; Wodtke, A. M.; Schäfer, T.: A new Stark decelerator based surface scattering instrument for studying energy transfer at the gas-surface interface. Review of Scientific Instruments 86 (4) (2015)
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    Enkin, N.; Liu, G.; Gimenez-Lopez, M. D.; Porfyrakis, K.; Tkach, I.; Bennati, M.: A high saturation factor in Overhauser DNP with nitroxide derivatives: The role of 14N nuclear spin relaxation. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 17 (17), pp. 11144-11149 (2015)
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    Fang, Q.; Zhao, Y.; Herbst, A. D.; Kim, B. N.; Lindau, M.: Positively charged amino acids at the SNAP-25 C terminus determine fusion rates, fusion pore properties, and energetics of tight SNARE complex zippering. The Journal of Neuroscience 35 (7), pp. 3230-3239 (2015)
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    Fasshuber, H. K.; Lakomek, N. A.; Habenstein, B.; Loquet, A.; Shi, C.; Giller, K.; Wolff, S.; Becker, S.; Lange, A.: Structural heterogeneity in microcrystalline ubiquitin studied by solid-state NMR. Protein Science 24 (5), pp. 592-598 (2015)
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    Fasshuber, H. K.; Demers, J. P.; Chevelkov, V.; Giller, K.; Becker, S.; Lange, A.: Specific 13C labeling of leucine, valine and isoleucine methyl groups for unambiguous detection of long-range restraints in protein solid-state NMR studies. Journal of Magnetic Resonance 252, pp. 10-19 (2015)
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    Fernandes, R. X.; Luther, K.; Marowsky, G.; Rissanen, M. P.; Timonen, R.; Troe, J.: Experimental and modeling study of the temperature and pressure dependence of the reaction C2H5 + O-2 (+ M) -> C2H5O2 (+ M). Journal of Physical CHemistry A 119 (28), pp. 7263-7269 (2015)
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    Fischer, N.; Neumann, P.; Konevega, A. L.; Bock, L. V.; Ficner, R.; Rodnina, M. V.; Stark, H.: Structure of the E. coli ribosome–EF-Tu complex at <3 Å resolution by Cs-corrected cryo-EM. Nature 520, pp. 567-570 (2015)
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    Fischle, W.; Schwarzer, D.; Mootz, H. D.: Chromatin chemistry goes cellular. Nature Chemistry 7 (5), pp. 371-373 (2015)
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    Fischle, W.; Mootz, H.; Schwarzer, D.: Synthetic histone code. Current Opinion in Chemical Biology 28, pp. 131-140 (2015)
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    Fontaine, S. N.; Martin, M. D.; Akoury, E.; Assimon, V. A.; Borysov, S.; Nordhues, B. A.; Sabbagh, J. J.; Cockman, M.; Gestwicki, J. E.; Zweckstetter, M. et al.; Dickey, C. A.: The active Hsc70/tau complex can be exploited to enhance tau turnover without damaging microtubule dynamics. Human Molecular Genetics 24 (14), pp. 3971-3981 (2015)
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    Frey, S.; Görlich, D.: The Xenopus laevis Atg4B protease: Insights into substrate recognition and application for tag removal from proteins expressed in pro- and eukaryotic hosts. PLOS One 10 (4) 2015 (online published)
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    Gáliková, M.; Diesner, M.; Klepsatel, P.; Hehlert, P.; Xu, Y.; Bickmeyer, I.; Predel, R.; Kühnlein, R. P.: Energy homeostasis control in Drosophila adipokinetic hormone mutants. Genetics 201 (2), pp. 665-683 (2015)
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    Gapsys, V.; Michielssens, S.; Seeliger, D.; de Groot, B. L.: Pmx: Automated protein structure and topology generation for alchemical perturbations. Journal of Computational Chemistry 36 (5), pp. 348-354 (2015)
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    Gapsys, V.; Narayanan, R. L.; Xiang, S.; de Groot, B. L.; Zweckstetter, M.: Improved validation of IDP ensembles by one-bond Cα-Hα scalar couplings. Journal of Biomolecular NMR 63 (3), pp. 299-307 (2015)
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    Gattin, Z.; Schneider, R.; Laukat, Y.; Giller, K.; Maier, E.; Zweckstetter, M.; Griesinger, C.; Benz, R.; Becker, S.; Lange, A.: Solid-state NMR, electrophysiology and molecular dynamics characterization of human VDAC2. Journal of Biomolecular NMR 61 (3-4), pp. 311-320 (2015)
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    Glarborg, P.; Marshall, P.; Troe, J.; J: Temperature and pressure dependence of the reaction S plus CS ( plus M) -> CS2 (+M). Journal of Physical Chemistry A 119 (28), pp. 7277-7281 (2015)
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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 2015 (online published)
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    Gogiraju, R.; Xu, X.; Bochenek, M. L.; Steinbrecher, J. H.; Lehnart, S. E.; Wenzel, P.; Kessel, M.; Zeisberg, E. M.; Dobbelstein, M.; Schäfer, K.: Endothelial p53 deletion improves angiogenesis and prevents cardiac fibrosis and heart failure induced by pressure overload in mice. . Journal of the American Heart Association 4 2015 (online published)
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    Golibrzuch, K.; Shirhatti, P. R.; Geweke, J.; Werdecker, J.; Kandratsenka, A.; Auerbach, D. J.; Wodtke, A. M.; Bartels, C.: CO desorption from a catalytic surface: Elucidation of the role of steps by velocity-selected residence time measurements. Journal of the American Chemical Society 137 (4), pp. 1465-1475 (2015)
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    Golibrzuch, K.; Bartels, N.; Auerbach, D. J.; Wodtke, A. M.: The dynamics of molecular interactions and chemical reactions at metal surfaces: Testing the foundations of theory. Annual Review of Physical Chemistry 66, pp. 399-425 (2015)
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    Goudarzi, M.; Mildner, K.; Babatz, F.; Riedel, D.; Klämbt, C.; Zeuschner, D.; Raz, E.: Correlative Llght and electron microscopy of rare cell populations in zebrafish embryos using laser marks. Zebrafish 2015 (online published)
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    Goyal, A.; Belardinelli, R.; Maracci, C.; Milon, P.; Rodnina, M. V.: Directional transition from initiation to elongation in bacterial translation. Nucleic Acids Research 2015 (online published)
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    Graen, T.; Grubmüller, H.: NuSol: Numerical solver for the 3D stationary nuclear Schrödinger equation. Computer Physics Communications 2015 (online published)
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    Gut, P.; Zweckstetter, M.; Banati, R. B.: Lost in translocation: The functions of the 18-kD translocator protein. Trends in Endocrinology and Metabolism 26 (7), pp. 349-356 2015 (online published)
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    Guzzi, R.; Bartucci, R.; Esmann, M.; Marsh, D.: Lipid librations at the interface with the Na,K-ATPase. Biophysical Journal 108 (12), pp. 2825-2832 (2015)
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    Habenstein, B.; Loquet, A.; Hwan, S.; Giller, K.; Vasa, S. K.; Becker, S.; Habeck, M.; Lange, A.: Hybrid structure of the type 1 pilus of uropathogenic Escherichia coli. Angewandte CHemie International Edition 54 (40), pp. 11691-11695 (2015)
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    Halder, K.; Dölker, N.; Van, Q.; Gregor, I.; Dickmanns, A.; Baade, I.; Kehlenbach, R. H.; Ficner, R.; Enderlein, J.; Grubmüller, H. et al.; Neumann, H.: MD simulations and FRET reveal an environment: Sensitive conformational plasticity of Importin-beta. Biophysical Journal 109 (2), pp. 277-286 2015 (online published)
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    Hammerschmidt, K.; Whelan, G.; Eichele, G.; Fischer, J.: Mice lacking the cerebral cortex develop normal song: Insights into the foundations of vocal learning. Scientific Reports 5 (2015)
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