Publications of the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry


Journal Article (343)

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    Frahm, L.; Keller, J.: Polarization modulation adds little additional information to super-resolution fluorescence microscopy. Nature Methods (2015)
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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 (2015)
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    Rizzato, R.; Bennati, M.: Cross-polarization electron-nuclear double resonance spectroscopy. ChemPhysChem 16 (18), pp. 3769 - 3773 (2015)
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    Rovo, P.; Grohe, K.; Giller, K.; Becker, S.; Linser, R.: Proton transverse relaxation as a sensitive probe for structure determination in solid proteins. ChemPhysChem 16 (18), pp. 3791 - 3796 (2015)
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    Harding, D. J.; Neugebohren, J.; Auerbach, D. J.; Kitsopoulos, T. N.; Wodtke, A. M.: Using ion imaging to measure velocity distributions in surface scattering experiments. Journal of Physical Chemistry A 119 (50), pp. 12255 - 12262 (2015)
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    Kirli, K.; Karaca, S.; Dehne, H. J.; Samwer, M.; Pan, K. T.; Lenz, C.; Urlaub, H.; Görlich, D.: A deep proteomics perspective on CRM1-mediated nuclear export and nucleocytoplasmic partitioning. eLife (2015)
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    Absmeier, E.; Wollenhaupt, J.; Mozaffari-Jovin, S.; Becke, C.; Lee, C. T.; Preussner, M.; Heyd, F.; Urlaub, H.; Lührmann, R.; Santos, K. F. et al.; Wahl, M. C.: The large N-terminal region of the Brr2 RNA helicase guides productive spliceosome activation. Genes and Development 29 (24), pp. 2576 - 2587 (2015)
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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 43 (22), pp. 10700 - 10712 (2015)
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    Zielinska, A. P.; Holubcova, Z.; Blayney, M.; Elder, K.; Schuh, M.: Sister kinetochore splitting and precocious disintegration of bivalents could explain the maternal age effect. eLife (2015)
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    Alva, V.; Söding, J.; Lupas, A. N.: A vocabulary of ancient peptides at the origin of folded proteins. eLife (2015)
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    Rigo, N.; Sun, C.; Fabrizio, P.; Kastner, B.; Lührmann, R.: Protein localisation by electron microscopy reveals the architecture of the yeast spliceosomal B complex. EMBO Journal 34 (24), pp. 3059 - 3073 (2015)
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    Sharma, S.; Kim, B. N.; Stansfeld, P. J.; Sansom, M. S. P.; Lindau, M.: A coarse grained model for a lipid membrane with physiological composition and leaflet asymmetry. PLOS One (2015)
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    Ahmad, Z.; Rafeeq, M.; Collombat, P.; Mansouri, A.: Pax6 inactivation in the adult pancreas reveals ghrelin as endocrine cell maturation marker. PLoS One (2015)
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    Bünermann, O.; Jiang, H.; Dohrenkamp, Y.; Kandratsenka, A.; Janke, S. M.; Auerbach, D. J.; Wodtke, A. M.: Electron-hole pair excitation determines the mechanism of hydrogen atom adsorption. Science 350 (6266), pp. 1346 - 1349 (2015)
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    Druzhinin, S. I.; Galievsky, V. A.; Demeter, A.; Kovalenko, S. A.; Senyushkina, T.; Dubbaka, S. R.; Knoche, P.; Mayer, P.; Grosse, C.; Stalke, D. et al.; Zachariasse, K. A.: Two-state intramolecular charge transfer (ICT) with 3,5-dimethyl-4(dimethylamino)benzonitrile (MMD) and its meta-isomer mMMD. Ground state amino twist not essential for ICT. Journal of Physical Chemistry A 119 (49), pp. 11820 - 11836 (2015)
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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 (2015)
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    Modena, M. M.; Burg, T. P.: Mass correlation spectroscopy for mass- and size-based nanoparticle characterization in fluid. Journal of Applied Physics (2015)
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    Kosutic, M.; Neuner, S.; Ren, A.; Flür, S.; Wunderlich, C.; Mairhofer, E.; Vusurovic, N.; Seikowski, J.; Breuker, K.; Höbartner, C. et al.; Patel, D. J.; Kreutz, C.; Micura, R.: A mini-twister variant and impact of residues/cations on the phosphodiester cleavage of this ribozyme class. Angewandte Chemie International Edition 54 (50), pp. 15128 - 15133 (2015)
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    Zuccaro, L.; Kuhn, A.; Konuma, M.; Yu, H. K.; Kern, K.; Balasubramanian, K.: Selective functionalization of graphene peripheries by using bipolar electrochemistry. ChemElectroChem (2015)
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    Pleiner, T.; Bates, M.; Trakhanov, S.; Lee, C. T.; Schliep, J. E.; Chug, H.; Böhning, M.; Stark, H.; Urlaub, H.; Görlich, D.: Nanobodies: Site-specific labeling for super-resolution imaging, rapid epitope-mapping and native protein complex isolation. eLife (2015)
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    Antonios, G.; Borgers, H.; Richard, B. C.; Brauss, A.; Meissner, J.; Weggen, S.; Pena, V.; Pillot, T.; Davies, S. T.; Bakrania, P. et al.; Matthews, D.; Brownlees, J.; Bouter, Y.; Bayer, T. A.: Alzheimer therapy with an antibody against N-terminal Abeta 4-X and pyroglutamate Abeta 3-X. Scientific Reports (2015)
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    Crisci, C.; Raleff, F.; Bagdul, I.; Raabe, M.; Urlaub, H.; Rain, J. C.; Krämer, A.: Mammalian splicing factor SF1 interacts with SURP domains of U2 snRNP-associated proteins. Nucleic Acids Research 43 (21), pp. 10456 - 10473 (2015)
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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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    Golba, .; Starczewska, O.; Idzik, K.: Electrochemical and spectrophotometric properties of polymers based on derivatives of di- and triphenylamines as promising materials for electronic applications. Designed Monomers and Polymers 18 (8), pp. 770 - 779 (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 12 (6), pp. 470 - 473 (2015)
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    Hell, S. W.: Nobel lecture: Nanoscopy with freely propagating light. Reviews of Modern Physics 87 (4), pp. 1169 - 1181 (2015)
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    Kaptan, S.; Assentoft, M.; Schneider, H. P.; Fenton, R. A.; Deitmer, J. W.; MacAulay, N.; de Groot, B. L.: H95 is a pH-dependent gate in Aquaporin 4. Structure 23 (12), pp. 2309 - 2318 (2015)
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    Knuth, K. H.; Habeck, M.; Malakar, N. K.; Mubeen, A. M.; Placek, B.: Bayesian evidence and model selection. Digital Signal Processing 47, pp. 50 - 67 (2015)
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    Kuban-Jankowska, A.; Gorska, M.; Jaremko, L.; Jaremko, M.; Tuszynski, J. A.; Wozniak, M.: The physiological concentration of ferrous iron (II) alters the inhibitory effect of hydrogen peroxide on CD45, LAR and PTP1B phosphatases. BioMetals 28 (6), pp. 975 - 986 (2015)
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    Maracci, C.; Wohlgemuth, I.; Rodnina, M. V.: Activities of the peptidyl transferase center of ribosomes lacking protein L27. RNA 21 (12), pp. 2047 - 2052 (2015)
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    Narayanan, R.; Pirouz, M.; Kerimoglu, C.; Pham, L.; Wagener, R. J.; Kiszka, K. A.; Rosenbusch, J.; Seong, R. H.; Kessel, M.; Fischer, A. et al.; Stoykova, A.; Staiger, J. F.; Tuoc, T. C.: Loss of BAF (mSWI/SNF) complexes causes global transcriptional and chromatin state changes in forebrain development. Cell Reports 13 (9), pp. 1842 - 1854 (2015)
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    Sakowska, P.; Jans, D. C.; Mohanraj, K.; Riedel, D.; Jakobs, S.; Chacinska, A.: The oxidation status of Mic19 regulates MICOS assembly. Molecular and Cellular Biology 35 (24), pp. 4222 - 4237 (2015)
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    Zaman, U.; Richter, F. M.; Hofele, R. V.; Kramer, K.; Sachsenberg, T.; Kohlbacher, O.; Lenz, C.; Urlaub, H.: Dithiothreitol (DTT) acts as a specific, UV-inducible cross-linker in elucidation of protein-RNA interactions. Molecular and Cellular Proteomics 14 (12), pp. 3196 - 3210 (2015)
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    Curdt, F.; Herr, S. J.; Lutz, T.; Schmidt, R.; Engelhardt, J.; Sahl, S.; Hell, S. W.: isoSTED nanoscopy with intrinsic beam alignment. Optics Express 23 (24), pp. 30891 - 30903 (2015)
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    Holtkamp, W.; Kokic, G.; Jäger, M.; Mittelstät, J.; Komar, A.; Rodnina, M. V.: Cotranslational protein folding on the ribosome monitored in real time. Science (2015)
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    Oliveira, L. M. A.; Falomir, L. J.; Gralle Botelho, M.; Lin, K. H.; Wales, P.; Koch, J.; Gerhardt, E.; Taschenberger, H.; Outeiro, T. F.; Lingor, P. et al.; Schüle, B.; Arndt-Jovin, D. J.; Jovin, T. M.: Elevated α-synuclein caused by SNCA gene triplication impairs neuronal differentiation and maturation in Parkinson's patient-derived induced pluripotent stem cells. Cell Death and Disease (2015)
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    Rose, A. S.; Zachariae, U.; Grubmüller, H.; Hofmann, K. P.; Scheerer, P.; Hildebrand, W.: Role of structural dynamics at the receptor G protein interface for signal transduction. PLOS One (2015)
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    Zuccaro, L.; Tesauro, C.; Kurkina, T.; Fiorani, P.; Yu, H. K.; Knudsen, B. R.; Kern, K.; Desideri, A.; Balasubramanian, K.: Real-time label-free direct electronic monitoring of topoisomerase enzyme binding kinetics on graphene. ACS Nano 9 (11), pp. 11166 - 11176 (2015)
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    Sabir, N.; Nazimuddin, K.; Völkner, J.; Widdascheck, F.; del Pino, P.; Witte, G.; Riedel, M.; Lisdat, F.; Konrad, M.; Parak, W. J.: Photoelectrochemical bioanalysis of guanosine monophosphate via the use of coupled enzymatic reactions at a CdS/ZnS quantum dot electrode. Small 11 (43), pp. 5844 - 5850 (2015)
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    Sabo, T. M.; Trent, J. O.; Lee, D.: Population shuffling between ground and high energy excited states. Protein Science 24 (11), pp. 1714 - 1719 (2015)
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    Moree, B.; Yin, G.; Lazaro, D. F.; Munari, F.; Strohäker, T.; Giller, K.; Becker, S.; Outeiro, T. F.; Zweckstetter, M.; Salafsky, J.: Small molecules detected by second-harmonic generation modulate the conformation of monomeric α-synuclein and reduce its aggregation in cell. Journal of Biological Chemistry (2015)
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    Kosinsky, R. L.; Wegwitz, F.; Hellbach, N.; Dobbelstein, M.; Mansouri, A.; Vogel, T.; Begus-Nahrmann, Y.; Johnsen, S. A.: Usp22 deficiency impairs intestinal epithelial lineage specification in vivo. Oncotarget 6 (35), pp. 37906 - 37918 (2015)
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    Rauscher, S.; Gapsys, V.; Gajda, M. J.; Zweckstetter, M.; de Groot, B. L.; Grubmüller, H.: Structural ensembles of intrinsically disordered proteins depend strongly on force field: A comparison to experiment. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 11 (11), pp. 5513 - 5524 (2015)
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    Jaremko, L.; Jaremko, M.; Giller, K.; Becker, S.; Zweckstetter, M.: Conformational flexibility in the transmembrane protein TSPO. Chemistry-A European Journal 21 (46), pp. 16555 - 16563 (2015)
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    Valley, C. C.; Arndt-Jovin, D. J.; Karedla, N.; Steinkamp, M. P.; Chizhik, A. I.; Hlavacek, W. S.; Wilson, B. S.; Lidke, K. A.; Lidke, D. S.: Enhanced dimerization drives ligand-independent activity of mutant EGFR in lung cancer. Molecular Biology of the Cell 26 (22), pp. 4087 - 4099 (2015)
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    Jung, S.; Maritzen, T.; Wichmann, C.; Jing, Z.; Neef, A.; Revelo, N. H.; Al‐Moyed, H.; Meese, S.; Wojcik, S. M.; Panou, I. et al.; Bulut, H.; Schu, P.; Ficner, R.; Reisinger, E.; Rizzoli, S. O.; Neef, J.; Strenzke, N.; Haucke, V.; Moser, T.: Disruption of adaptor protein 2μ (AP‐2μ) in cochlear hair cells impairs vesicle reloading of synaptic release sites and hearing. EMBO Journal 34 (21), pp. 2686 - 2702 (2015)
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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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    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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    Kulminskaya, N.; Vasa, S. K.; Giller, K.; Becker, S.; Linser, R.: Asynchronous through-bond homonuclear isotropic mixing: Application to carbon-carbon transfer in perdeuterated proteins under MAS. Journal of Biomolecular NMR 63 (3), pp. 245 - 253 (2015)
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    Osadnik, H.; Schöpfel, M.; Heidrich, E.; Mehner, D.; Lilie, H.; Parthier, C.; Risselada, H. J.; Grubmüller, H.; Brüser, T.; Stubbs , M. T.: PspF-binding domain PspA1-144 and the PspA·F complex: New insights into the coiled-coil-dependent regulation of AAA+ proteins. Molecular Microbiology 98 (4), pp. 743 - 759 (2015)
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    Sharma, K.; Hrle, A.; Kramer, K.; Sachsenberg, T.; Staals, R. H. J.; Randau, L.; Marchfelder, A.; van der Oost, J.; Kohlbacher, O.; Conti, E. et al.; Urlaub, H.: Analysis of protein–RNA interactions in CRISPR proteins and effector complexes by UV-induced cross-linking and mass spectrometry. Methods 89, pp. 138 - 148 (2015)
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    Vreja, I. C.; Nikic, I.; Göttfert, F.; Bates, M.; Kröhnert, K.; Outeiro, T. F.; Hell, S. W.; Lemke, E. A.; Rizzoli, S. O.: Super-resolution microscopy of clickable amino acids reveals the effects of fluorescent protein tagging on protein assemblies. ACS Nano 9 (11), pp. 11034 - 11041 (2015)
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    Wagner, J.; Krauss, S.; Shi, S.; Ryazanov, S.; Steffen, J.; Miklitz, C.; Leonov, A.; Kleinknecht, A.; Göricke, B.; Weishaupt, J. H. et al.; Weckbecker, D.; Reiner, A. M.; Zinth, W.; Levin, J.; Ehninger, D.; Remy, S.; Kretzschmar, H. A.; Griesinger, C.; Giese, A.; Fuhrmann, M.: Reducing tau aggregates with anle138b delays disease progression in a mouse model of tauopathies. Acta Neuropathologica 130 (5), pp. 619 - 631 (2015)
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    Wolkenstein, K.; Sun , H.; Falk, H.; Griesinger, C.: Structure and absolute configuration of Jurassic polyketide-derived spiroborate pigments obtained from microgram quantities. Journal of the American Chemical Society 137 (42), pp. 13460 - 13463 (2015)
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    Port, S. A.; Monecke, T.; Dickmanns, A.; Spillner, C.; Hofele, R.; Urlaub, H.; Ficner, R.; Kehlenbach, H.: Structural and functional characterization of CRM1-Nup214 interactions reveals multiple FG-binding sites involved in nuclear export. Cell Reports 13 (4), pp. 690 - 702 (2015)
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    Meier, A.; Söding, J.: Automatic prediction of protein 3D Structures by probabilistic multi-template homology modeling. PLoS Computational Biology (2015)
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    Sednev, M. V.; Belov, V. N.; Hell, S. W.: Fluorescent dyes with large Stokes shifts for super-resolution optical microscopy of biological objects: A review. Methods and Applications in Fluorescence (2015)
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    Wegener, G.; Krukenberg, V.; Riedel, D.; Tegetmeyer, H. E.; Boetius, A.: Intercellular wiring enables electron transfer between methanotrophic archaea and bacteria. Nature 526 (7574), pp. 587 - 590 (2015)
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    Nath, N.; d'Auvergne, E. J.; Griesinger, C.: Long range residual dipolar couplings: A tool for determining the configuration of small molecules. Angewandte Chemie International Edition 54 (43), pp. 12706 - 12710 (2015)
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    Shahid, S. A.; Nagaraj, M.; Chauhan, N.; Franks, T. W.; Bardiaux, B.; Habeck, M.; Orwick-Rydmark, M.; Linke, D.; van Rossum, B. J.: Festkörper-NMR-Studien an der Membrananker-Domäne von YadA in der bakteriellen Außenmembran. Angewandte Chemie 127 (43), pp. 12792 - 12797 (2015)
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    Shahid, S. A.; Nagaraj, M.; Chauhan, N.; Franks, T. W.; Bardiaux, B.; Habeck, M.; Orwick-Rydmark, M.; Linke, D.; van Rossum, B. J.: Solid-state NMR study of the YadA membrane-anchor domain in the bacterial outer membrane. Angewandte Chemie-International Edition 54 (43), pp. 12602 - 12606 (2015)
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    Muhammad, K.; Reddy-Alla, S.; Driller, J. H.; Schreiner, D.; Rey, U.; Böhme, M. A.; Hollmann, C.; Ramesh, N.; Depner, H.; Lützkendorf, J. et al.; Matkovic, T.; Götz, T.; Bergeron, D. D.; Schmoranzer, J.; Göttfert, F.; Holt, M.; Wahl, M. C.; Hell, S. W.; Scheiffele, P.; Walter, A. M.; Loll, B.; Sigrist, S. J.: Presynaptic spinophilin tunes neurexin signalling to control active zone architecture and function. Nature Communications (2015)
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    Rudenko, A.; Rolles, D.: Time-resolved studies with FELs. Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena 204, pp. 228 - 236 (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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    Hell, S. W.; Sahl, S.; Bates, M.; Zhuang, X.; Heintzmann, R.; Booth, M. J.; Bewersdorf, J.; Shtengel, G.; Hess, H.; Tinnefeld, P. et al.; Honigmann, A.; Jakobs, S.; Testa, I.; Cognet, L.; Lounis, B.; Ewers, H.; Davis, S. J.; Eggeling, C.; Klenerman, D.; Willig, K. I.; Vicidomini, G.; Castello, M.; Diaspro, A.; Cordes, T.: The 2015 super-resolution microscopy roadmap. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics (2015)
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    Kuhn, P.; Draycheva, A.; Vogt, A.; Petriman, N. A.; Sturm, L.; Drepper, F.; Warscheid, B.; Wintermeyer, W.; Koch, H. G.: Ribosome binding induces repositioning of the signal recognition particle receptor on the translocon. Journal of Cell Biology (2015)
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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 (2015)
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    Kutzner, C.; Páll, S.; Fechner, M.; Esztermann, A.; de Groot, B.; Grubmüller, H.: Best bang for your buck: GPU nodes for GROMACS biomolecular simulations. Journal of Computational Chemistry 36 (26), pp. 1990 - 2008 (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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    Abel, B.; Schwarzer, D.; Weitzel, K. M.: Congratulations to Jürgen Troe. Zeitschrift für Pysikalische Chemie 229 (10-12), pp. 1471 - 1473 (2015)
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    Blom, H.; Bates, M.: Nanoscopy—imaging life at the nanoscale: A Nobel Prize achievement with a bright future. Physica Scripta 90 (10), 108010 (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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    Dashevskaya, E.I.; Litvin, I.; Nikitin, E. E.: On the relation between population kinetics and state-to-state rate coefficients for vibrational energy transfer. Zeitschrift für Physikalische Chemie 229 (10-12), pp. 1561 - 1574 (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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    Golibrzuch, K.; Baraban, J. H.; Shirhatti, P. R.; Werdecker, J.; Bartels, C.; Wodtke, A. M.: Observation of translation-to-vibration excitation in acetylene scattering from Au(111): A REMPI based approach. Zeitschrift für Pysikalische Chemie 229 (10-12), pp. 1929 - 1949 (2015)
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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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    Husse, J. L.; Eichele, G.; Oster, H.: Synchronization of the mammalian circadian timing system: Light can control peripheral clocks independently of the SCN clock: Alternate routes of entrainment optimize the alignment of the body's circadian clock network with external time. BioEssays 37 (10), pp. 1119 - 1128 (2015)
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    Lukinavičius, G.; Blaukopf, C.; Pershagen, E.; Schena, A.; Reymond, L.; Derivery, E.; Gonzalez-Gaitan, M.; D'Este, E.; Hell, S. W.; Gerlich, D. W. et al.; Johnsson, K.: SiR–Hoechst is a far-red DNA stain for live-cell nanoscopy. Nature Communications (2015)
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    Mühlbacher, W.; Mayer, A.; Sun, M.; Remmert, M.; Cheung, A. C. M.; Niesser, J.; Söding, J.; Cramer, P.: Structure of Ctk3, a subunit of the RNA polymerase II CTD kinase complex, reveals a non-canonical CTD-interacting domain fold. Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics 83 (10), pp. 1849 - 1858 (2015)
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    Park, Y.; Seo, J. B.; Fraind, A.; Perez-Lara, A.; Yavuz, H.; Han, K.; Jung, S. R.; Kattan, I.; Walla, P. J.; Choi, M. et al.; Cafiso, D. S.; Koh, D. S.; Jahn, R.: Synaptotagmin-1 binds to PIP2-containing membrane but not to SNAREs at physiological ionic strength. Nature Structural and Molecular Biology 22 (10), pp. 815 - 823 (2015)
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    Richter-Dennerlein, R.; Dennerlein, S.; Rehling, P.: Integrating mitochondrial translation into the cellular context. Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology 16 (10), pp. 586 - 592 (2015)
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    Schönwiesner, M.; Dechent, P.; Voit, D.; Petkov, C. I.; Krumbholz, K.: Parcellation of human and monkey core auditory cortex with fMRI pattern classification and objective detection of tonotopic gradient reversals. Cerebral Cortex 25 (10), pp. 3278 - 3289 (2015)
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    Sohns, J. M.; Kowallick, J. T.; Joseph, A. A.; Merboldt, K. D.; Voit, D.; Fasshauer, M.; Staab, W.; Frahm, J.; Lotz, J.; Unterberg-Buchwald, C.: Peak flow velocities in the ascending aorta-real-time phase-contrast magnetic resonance imaging vs. cine magnetic resonance imaging and echocardiography. Quantitative Imaging in Medicine and Surgery 5 (5), pp. 685 - 690 (2015)
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    Untenberger, M.; Hüllebrand, M.; Tautz, L.; Joseph, A. A.; Voit, D.; Merboldt, K. D.; Frahm, J.: Spatiotemporal phase unwrapping for real-time phase-contrast flow MRI. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 74 (4), pp. 964 - 970 (2015)
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    Vennekate, H.; Reichardt, C.; Walter, A.; Fuest, H.; Schroeder, J.; Schwarzer, D.: Femtosecond infrared spectroscopy of aroylperoxide photofragmentation – Site selective decarboxylation. Zeitschrift für Physikalische Chemie 229 (10-12), pp. 1799 - 1814 (2015)
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    Yin, Z.; Rajkovic, I.; Thekku Veedu, S.; Deinert, S.; Raiser, D.; Jain, R.; Fukuzawa, H.; Wada, S.; Quevedo, W.; Kennedy, B. et al.; Schreck, S.; Pietzsch, A.; Wernet, P.; Ueda, K.; Föhlisch, A.; Techert, S.: Ionic solutions probed by resonant inelastic X-ray scattering. Zeitschrift für Physikalische Chemie 229 (10-12), pp. 1855 - 1867 (2015)
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    Janke, S. M.; Auerbach, D. J.; Wodtke, A. M.; Kandratsenka, A.: An accurate full-dimensional potential energy surface for H-Au(111): Importance of nonadiabatic electronic excitation in energy transfer and adsorption. Journal of Chemical Physics 143 (12), 124708 (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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    Sakin, V.; Richter, S. M.; Hsiao, H. H.; Urlaub, H.; Melchior, F.: Sumoylation of the GTPase Ran by the RanBP2 SUMO E3 ligase complex. Journal of Biological Chemistry 290 (39), pp. 23598 - 23602 (2015)
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