Publikationen des Max-Planck-Instituts für biophysikalische Chemie

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Zeitschriftenartikel (289)

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    Ahuja, R. C.; Moebius, D.: Influence of the phase state of phosphatidylcholine matrix monolayers on the photophysical characteristics of an amphiphilic oxacyanine dye at the air/water interface. Thin Solid Films 243 (1-2), S. 547 - 552 (1994)
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    Ahuja, R. C.; Caruso, P. L.; Moebius, D.: Counterion specific interactions in dioctadecyldimethylammonium bromide monolayers at the monolayer/subphase interface. Thin Solid Films 242 (1-2), S. 195 - 200 (1994)
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    Ahuja, R. C.; Maack, J.; Matsumoto, M.; Moebius, D.: Modulation of interfacial potentials by reversible photo isomerization. Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society 207, S. 392 - PHYS (1994)
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    Albus, K.; Wahle, P.: The topography of tangential inhibitory connections in the postnatally developing and mature striate cortex of the cat. European Journal of Neuroscience 6 (5), S. 779 - 792 (1994)
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    Arendes, L.: Superior colliculus activity related to attention and to connotative stimulus meaning. Cognitive Brain Research 2 (1), S. 65 - 69 (1994)
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    Barbour, B.; Keller, B. U.; Llano, I.; Marty, A.: Prolonged presence of glutamate during excitatory synaptic transmission to cerebellar Purkinje cells. Neuron 12 (6), S. 1331 - 1343 (1994)
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    Bastiaens, P. I. H.; Borst, J. W.; Visser, A. J. W. G.; Jovin, T. M.: The localization of fluorescently labeled protein kinase C in living cells by digital imaging microscopy. Journal of Cellular Biochemistry (Suppl. Suppl. 18D), S. 81 - 81 (1994)
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    Bechert, T.; Diekmann, S.; Arndt-Jovin, D. J.: Human 170-KDA and 180-KDA topoisomerases II bind preferentially to curved and left handed linear DNA. Journal of Biomolecular Structure & Dynamics 12 (3), S. 605 - 623 (1994)
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    Bednarek, S. Y.; Reynolds, T. L.; Schroeder, M.; Grabowski, R.; Hengst, L.; Gallwitz, D.; Raikhel, N. V.: A small GTP-binding protein from Arabidopsis thaliana functionally complements the yeast YPT6 null mutant. Plant Physiology 104 (2), S. 591 - 596 (1994)
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    Befort, O.; Moebius, D.: Molecular organization in mixed monomolecular films and Langmuir-Blodgett layers of alkylaminostyryl-pyridinium dyes and stearic acid. Thin Solid Films 243 (1-2), S. 553 - 558 (1994)
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    Berkovic, D.; Berkovic, K.; Fleer, E. A. M.; Eibl, H.; Unger, C.: Inhibition of calcium-dependent protein kinase C by hexadecylphosphocholine and 1-O-octadecyl-2-O-methyl-rac-glycero-3-phosphocholine do not correlate with inhibition of proliferation of HL60 and K562 cell lines. European Journal of Cancer 30A (4), S. 509 - 515 (1994)
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    Bertram, J.; Killian, M.; Brysch, W.; Schlingensiepen, K. H.; Kneba, M.: Reduction of erbB2 gene-product in mamma carcinoma cell lines by erbB2 mRNA-specific and tyrosine kinase consensus phosphorothioate antisense oligonucleotides. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 200 (1), S. 661 - 667 (1994)
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    Biebricher, C. K.: The role of RNA structure in RNA replication. Berichte der Bunsen-Gesellschaft-Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 98 (9), S. 1122 - 1126 (1994)
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    Bober, E.; Franz, T.; Arnold, H. H.; Gruss, P.; Tremblay, P.: Pax-3 is required for the development of limb muscles: a possible role for the migration of dermomyotomal muscle progenitor cells. Development 120 (3), S. 603 - 612 (1994)
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    Boecker, H.; Kleinschmidt, A.; Requardt, M.; Haenicke, W.; Merboldt, K. D.; Frahm, J.: Functional cooperativity of human cortical motor areas during self-paced simple finger movements a high-resolution MRI study. Brain 117, S. 1231 - 1239 (1994)
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    Boecker, H.; Kleinschmidt, A.; Weindl, A.; Conrad, B.; Haenicke, W.; Frahm, J.: Dysfunctional activation of subcortical nuclei in palatal myoclonus detected by high-resolution MRI. NMR in Biomedicine 7 (7), S. 327 - 329 (1994)
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    Boehm, J.; Ulrich, H. D.; Ossig, R.; Schmitt, H. D.: Kex2-dependent invertase secretion as a tool to study the targeting of transmembrane proteins which are involved in ER-->Golgi transport in yeast. EMBO Journal 13 (16), S. 3696 - 3710 (1994)
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    Broenner, G.; Chulagraff, Q.; Doe, C. Q.; Cohen, B.; Weigel, D.; Taubert, H.; Jaeckle, H.: Sp1/egr-like zinc-finger protein required for endoderm specification and germ-layer formation in Drosophila. Nature 369 (6482), S. 664 - 668 (1994)
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    Bruhn, H.; Kleinschmidt, A.; Boecker, H.; Merboldt, K. D.; Haenicke, W.; Frahm, J.: The effect of acetazolamide on regional cerebral blood oxygenation at rest and under stimulation as assessed by MRI. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 14 (5), S. 742 - 748 (1994)
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    Brysch, W.; Schlingensiepen, K. H.: Design and application of antisense oligonucleotides in cell culture in vivo and as therapeutic agents. Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology 14 (5), S. 557 - 568 (1994)
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    Brysch, W.; Magal, E.; Louis, J. C.; Kunst, M.; Klinger, I.; Schlingensiepen, R.; Schlingensiepen, K. H.: Inhibition of P185(C-ERBB-2) protooncogene expression by antisense oligodeoxynuleotides down regulates P185 associated tyrosine kinase activity and strongly inhibits mammary tumor cell proliferation. Cancer Gene Therapy 1 (2), S. 99 - 105 (1994)
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    Buckin, V. A.; Kankia, B. I.; Rentzeperis, D.; Marky, L. A.: MG2+ recognizes the sequence of DNA through its hydration shell. Journal of the American Chemical Society 116 (21), S. 9423 - 9429 (1994)
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    Budach, W.; Ahuja, R. C.; Moebius, D.: Electron transfer between photoexcited oxaycanine dye and dithiocarbamate in LB films: counterion and pH dependence. Thin Solid Films 243 (1-2), S. 647 - 650 (1994)
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    Burchard, T.; Cox, B. G.; Firman, P.; Schneider, H.: Stability constants of silver(I) complexes with diaza-18-crown ethers in polar solvents. Berichte der Bunsen-Gesellschaft-Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 98 (12), S. 1526 - 1533 (1994)
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    Burchard, T.; Firman, P.; Schneider, H.; Cox, B. G.: Enthalpies and entropies of complexation of silver(I) and diaza-18-crown ethers in polar solvents. Berichte der Bunsen-Gesellschaft-Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 98 (12), S. 1534 - 1540 (1994)
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    Burnashev, N.; Zhou, Z.; Neher, E.; Sakmann, B.: Fractional calcium currents through recombinant glutamate receptor channels. Biophysical Journal 66 (2), S. A247 - A247 (1994)
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    Butzlaff, M.; Dahmen, W.; Diekmann, S.; Dress, A.; Schmitt, E.; von Kitzing, E.: A hierarchical approach to force field calculations through spline approximations. Journal of Mathematical Chemistry 15 (1-2), S. 77 - 92 (1994)
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    Calvete, J. J.; Raida, M.; Sanz, L.; Wempe, F.; Scheit, K. H.; Romero, A.; Topferpetersen, E.: Localization and structural characterization of an oligosaccharide O-linked to bovine PDC-109 Quantitation of the glycoprotein in seminal plasma and on the surface of ejaculated and capacitated spermatozoa. FEBS Letters 350 (2-3), S. 203 - 206 (1994)
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    Caminati, G.; Ahuja, R. C.; Moebius, D.: Photochemical investigation of pyrene labeled monolayers. Thin Solid Films 243 (1-2), S. 651 - 655 (1994)
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    Caruso, P. L.; Ahuja, R. C.; Moebius, D.; Wildburg, G.; Ringsdorf, H.: Photoinduced electron transfer in molecular organizates at the gas-water interface. Thin Solid Films 243 (1-2), S. 564 - 568 (1994)
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    Chalepakis, G.; Goulding, M.; Read, A.; Strachan, T.; Gruss, P.: Molecular basis of splotch and Waardenburg Pax-3 mutations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 91 (9), S. 3685 - 3689 (1994)
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    Chalepakis, G.; Jones, F. S.; Edelman, G. M.; Gruss, P.: Pax-3 contains domains for transcription activation and transcription inhibition. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 91 (26), S. 12745 - 12749 (1994)
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    Chalepakis, G.; Wijnholds, J.; Giese, P.; Schachner, M.; Gruss, P.: Characterization of Pax-6 and Hoxa-1 binding to the promoter region of the neural cell adhesion molecule L1. DNA and Cell Biology 13 (9), S. 891 - 900 (1994)
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    Chalepakis, G.; Wijnholds, J.; Gruss, P.: Pax-3-DNA interaction: flexibility in the DNA binding and induction of DNA conformational changes by paired domains. Nucleic Acids Research 22 (15), S. 3131 - 3137 (1994)
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    Chalikian, T. V.; Sarvazyan, A. P.; Funck, T.; Breslauer, K. J.: Partial molar volumes, expansibilities, and compressibilities of oligoglycines in aqueous solutions at 18-55°C. Biopolymers 34 (4), S. 541 - 553 (1994)
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    Chalikian, T. V.; Sarvazyan, A. P.; Funck, T.; Cain, C. A.; Breslauer, K. J.: Partial molar characteristics of glycine and alanine in aqueous solutions at high pressures calculated from ultrasonic velocity data. Journal of Physical Chemistry 98 (1), S. 321 - 328 (1994)
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    Chow, R. H.; Klingauf, J.; Heinemann, C.; Neher, E.: Submembrane CA time course at secretory sites upon depolarization. Biophysical Journal 66 (2), S. A55 - A55 (1994)
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    Chow, R. H.; Klingauf, J.; Neher, E.: Time course of Ca2+ concentration triggering exocytosis in neuroendocrine cells. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 91 (26), S. 12765 - 12769 (1994)
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    Clegg, R. M.; Murchie, A. I. H.; Lilley, D. M. J.: The solution structure of the four-way DNA junction at low-salt conditions: a fluorescence resonance energy transfer analysis. Biophysical Journal 66 (1), S. 99 - 109 (1994)
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    Dacey, D. M.; Lee, B. B.: Physiology of indentified ganglion-cell types in an invitro preparation of macaque retina. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 35 (4), S. 2001 - 2001 (1994)
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    Dacey, D. M.; Lee, B. B.: The 'blue-on' opponent pathway in primate retina originates from a distinct bistratified ganglion cell type. Nature 367 (6465), S. 731 - 735 (1994)
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    Dapprich, J.; McCaskill, J. S.; Voelker, S.; Krause, F.: Fluorescence imaging of evolving RNA in capillaries. Berichte der Bunsen-Gesellschaft-Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 98 (9), S. 1202 - 1202 (1994)
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    Dhathathreyan, A.; Ramasami, T.; Moebius, D.: Behavior of lyotropic liquid-crystalline compound at air-water-interface. Colloids and Surfaces A-Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 83 (3), S. 303 - 307 (1994)
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    Dixon, R. M.; Frahm, J.: Localized proton MR spectroscopy of the human kidney in vivo by means of short echo time STEAM sequences. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 31 (5), S. 482 - 487 (1994)
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    Dodemont, H.; Riemer, D.; Ledger, N.; Weber, K.: Eight genes and alternative RNA processing pathways generate an unexpectedly large diversity of cytoplasmic intermediate filament proteins in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans. EMBO Journal 13 (11), S. 2625 - 2638 (1994)
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    Domagala, W.; Striker, G.; Szadowska, A.; Dukowicz, A.; Harezga, B.; Osborn, M.: P53 protein and vimentin in invasive ductal NOS breast carcinoma--relationship with survival and sites of metastases. European Journal of Cancer 30A (10), S. 1527 - 1534 (1994)
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    Dringenberg, B. J.; Ahuja, R. C.; Moebius, D.: Charge transfer interactions at the air/water interface and in Langmuir-Blodgett films. Thin Solid Films 243 (1-2), S. 569 - 574 (1994)
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    Eggers, F.; Kaatze, U.; Richmann, K. H.; Telgmann, T.: New plano-concave ultrasonic resonator cells for absorption and velocity measurements in liquids below 1 MHz. Measurement Science & Technology 5 (9), S. 1131 - 1138 (1994)
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    Eggers, F.: Analysis of phase slope or group delay time in ultrasonic resonators and its application for liquid absorption and velocity measurements. Acustica 80 (4), S. 397 - 405 (1994)
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    Eigen, M.: On the origin of biological information. Biophysical Chemistry 50 (1-2), S. 1 - 1 (1994)
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    Eigen, M.: From entropy to information the physical chemistry of living matter. Berichte der Bunsen-Gesellschaft-Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 98 (11), S. 1351 - 1364 (1994)
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    Eigen, M.: How to generate genetic information. Berichte der Bunsen-Gesellschaft-Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 98 (9), S. 1113 - 1113 (1994)
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    Eigen, M.; Rigler, R.: Sorting single molecules: application to diagnostics and evolutionary biotechnology. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 91 (13), S. 5740 - 5747 (1994)
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    Eismann, E.; Muller, F.; Heinemann, S. H.; Kaupp, U. B.: A single negative charge within the pore region of a CGMP-gated channel controls rectification, CA2+ blockade and ionic selectivity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 91 (3), S. 1109 - 1113 (1994)
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    Engel, J.; Althaus, H. H.; Kristjansson, G. I.: NGF increases CA2+ (I) in regenerating nature oligodendroglial cells. NeuroReport 5 (4), S. 397 - 400 (1994)
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    Engel, J.; Fechner, M.; Sowerby, A. J.; Finch, S. A. E.; Stier, A.: Anisotropic propagation of Ca2+ waves in isolated cardiomyocytes. Biophysical Journal 66 (6), S. 1756 - 1762 (1994)
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    Esmann, M.; Hideg, K.; Marsh, D.: Influence of poly(ethylene glycol) and aqueous viscosity on the rotational diffusion of membranous Na,K-ATPase. Biochemistry 33 (12), S. 3693 - 3697 (1994)
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    Esmann, M.; Hideg, K.; Marsh, D.: Influence of polyethylene glycol and aqueous viscosity on rotational diffusion of membranous Na,K-ATPase. Biophysical Journal 66 (2), S. A125 - A125 (1994)
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    Esmann, M.; Karlish, S. J. D.; Sottrupjensen, L.; Marsh, D.: Structural integrity of the membrane domains in extensively trypsinized Na,K-ATPase from shark rectal glands. Biochemistry 33 (26), S. 8044 - 8050 (1994)
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    Evertsz, E. M.; Rippe, K.; Jovin, T. M.: Parallel-stranded duplex DNA containing blocks of trans purine-purine and purine-pyrimidine base pairs. Nucleic Acids Research 22 (16), S. 3293 - 3303 (1994)
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    Felderhof, B. U.; Bratz, A.; Marowsky, G.; Roders, O.; Sieverdes, F.: Optical 2nd-harmonic generation from adsorbate layers in total refelction geometry (Vol 10, PG 1824, 1993). Journal of the Optical Society of America B-Optical Physics 11 (2), S. 394 - 394 (1994)
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    Fleig, A.; Penner, R.: Tail currents through R-type calcium channels in chromaffin cells. Biophysical Journal 66 (2), S. A17 - A17 (1994)
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    Florke, H.; Thinnes, F. P.; Winkelbach, H.; Stadtmuller, U.; Paetzold, G.; Morys-Wortmann, C.; Hesse, D.; Sternbach, H.; Zimmermann, B.; Kaufmann-Kolle, P. et al.; Heiden, M.; Karabinos, A.; Reymann, S.; Lalk, V. E.; Hilschmann, N.: Channel aktive mammalian porin, purified from crude membrane fractions of human B-lymphocytes and bovine skeletal muscle, reversibly binds adenosine triphosphate (ATP). Biological Chemistry Hoppe-Seyler 375 (8), S. 513 - 520 (1994)
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    Fox, G. Q.; Kriebel, M. E.: Dynamic responses of presynaptic terminal membrane pools to electrical stimulation. Brain Research 660 (1), S. 113 - 128 (1994)
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    Frahm, J.; Merboldt, K. D.; Haenicke, W.; Kleinschmidt, A.; Boecker, H.: Brain or vein-oxygenation or flow? On signal physiology in functional MRI of human brain activation. NMR in Biomedicine 7 (1-2), S. 45 - 53 (1994)
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    Frahm, J.; Merboldt, K. D.; Haenicke, W.: The influence of the slice-selection gradient on functional MRI of human brain activation. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Series B 103 (1), S. 91 - 93 (1994)
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    Franzius, D.; Hoth, M.; Penner, R.: Pharmacological profile of calcium entry in mast cells. Biophysical Journal 66 (2), S. A153 - A153 (1994)
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    Franzius, D.; Hoth, M.; Penner, R.: Nonspecific effects of calcium entry antagonists in mast cells. Pflugers Archiv-European Journal of Physiology 428 (5-6), S. 433 - 438 (1994)
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    Fritzsche, W.; Schaper, A.; Jovin, T. M.: Probing chromatin with the scanning force microscope. Chromosoma 103 (4), S. 231 - 236 (1994)
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    Frommer, G.; Schuh, R.; Jaeckle, H.: Localized expression of a novel micropia-like element in the blastoderm of Drosophila melanogaster is dependent on the anterior morphogen bicoid. Chromosoma 103 (2), S. 82 - 89 (1994)
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    Fuchs, E.; Weber, K.: Intermediate filaments: structure, dynamics, function, and disease. Annual Review of Biochemistry 63, S. 345 - 382 (1994)
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    Fukuda, K.; Olsson, U.; Wuerz, U.: A surfactant water oil system with weakly charged films. Langmuir 10 (9), S. 3222 - 3229 (1994)
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    Furth, P. A.; St-Onge, L.; Boger, H.; Gruss, P.; Gossen, M.; Kistner, A.; Bujard, H.; Hennighausen, L.: Temporal control of gene expression in transgenic mice by a tetracycline-responsive promoter. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 91 (20), S. 9302 - 9306 (1994)
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    Gadella, B. M.; Gadella, T. W. J.; Colenbrander, B.; Vangolde, L. M. G.; Lopescardozo, M.: Visualization and quantification of glycolipid polarity dynamics in the plasma membrane of the mammalian spermatozoon. Journal of Cell Science 107, S. 2151 - 2163 (1994)
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    Garcia, A. E.; Hummer, G.; Soumpasis, D. M.: Theoretical description of protein hydration: a potential of mean force calculation based on 2 and 3 particle correlation functions. Biophysical Journal 66 (2), S. A130 - A130 (1994)
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    Garcia, A. E.; Soumpasis, D. M.; Jovin, T. M.: Dynamics and relative stabilities of parallel- and antiparallel-stranded DNA duplexes. Biophysical Journal 66 (6), S. 1742 - 1755 (1994)
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    Garda, H. A.; Kruger, V.; Sidhu, J.; Stier, A.: Heterogeneity in rabbit liver cytochrome P-450 LM2 observed by cation exchange HPLC: Partial biochemical characterization of the two major LM2 subfractions. Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry 141 (1), S. 1 - 7 (1994)
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    Gerwin, N.; La Rosee, A.; Sauer, F.; Halbritter, H. P.; Neumann, M.; Jaeckle, H.; Nauber, U.: Functional and conserved domains of the Drosophila transcription factor encoded by the segmentation gene knirps. Molecular and Cellular Biology 14 (12), S. 7899 - 7908 (1994)
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    Gohlke, C.; Murchie, A. I. H.; Lilley, D. M. J.; Clegg, R. M.: Kinking of DNA and RNA helices by bulged nucleotides observed by fluorescence resonance energy transfer. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 91 (24), S. 11660 - 11664 (1994)
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    Gonzalez-Gaitan, M.; Rothe, M.; Wimmer, E. A.; Taubert, H.; Jaeckle, H.: Redundant functions of the genes knirps and knirps-related for the establishment of anterior Drosophila head structures. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 91 (18), S. 8567 - 8571 (1994)
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    Gonzalezrodriguez, J.; Acuna, A. U.; Alvarez, M. V.; Jovin, T. M.: Rotational mobility of the fibrinogen receptor glycoprotein IIb/IIIa or integrin alpha IIb beta 3 in the plasma membrane of human platelets. Biochemistry 33 (1), S. 266 - 274 (1994)
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    Gremmels, D.; Hollmann, M.; Heinemann, S. H.; Konnerth, A.; Keller, B. U.: Calcium influx through clusters of recombinant glutamate receptor channels expressed in xenopus-oocytes. Biophysical Journal 66 (2), S. A380 - A380 (1994)
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    Gross, M. K.; Gruss, P.: Functional analysis of mouse Hoxa-7 in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: sequences outside the homeodomain base contact zone influence binding and activation. Molecular and Cellular Biology 14 (1), S. 238 - 254 (1994)
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    Gruss, P.; Tremblay, P.; Bober, E.; Arnold, H. H.; Mansouri, A.: The role of Pax genes in mammalian development. Journal of Cellular Biochemistry (Suppl. Suppl. 18D), S. 464 - 464 (1994)
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    Grycuk, T.; Antosiewicz, J.; Poerschke, D.: Brownian dynamics of the polarization of rodlike polyelectrolytes. Journal of Physical Chemistry 98 (42), S. 10881 - 10887 (1994)
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    Hanefeld, F.; Kruse, B.; Bruhn, H.; Frahm, J.: In vivo proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy of the brain in a patient with L-2-hydroxyglutaric acidemia. Pediatric Research 35 (5), S. 614 - 616 (1994)
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    Hanes, J.; von der Kammer, H.; Klaudiny, J.; Scheit, K. H.: Characterization by cDNA cloning of two new human protein kinases: Evidence by sequence comparison of a new family of mammalian protein kinases. Journal of Molecular Biology 244 (5), S. 665 - 672 (1994)
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    Harder, T.; Gerke, V.: The annexin II2p11(2) complex is the major protein component of the triton X-100-insoluble low-density fraction prepared from MDCK cells in the presence of Ca2+. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta-Molecular Cell Research 1223 (3), S. 375 - 382 (1994)
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    Hartmann, C.; Taubert, H.; Jaeckle, H.; Pankratz, M. J.: A two-step mode of stripe formation in the Drosophila blastoderm requires interactions among primary pair rule genes. Mechanisms of Development 45 (1), S. 3 - 13 (1994)
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    Hatzfeld, M.; Kristjansson, G. I.; Plessmann, U.; Weber, K.: Band 6 protein, a major constituent of desmosomes from stratified epithelia, is a novel member of the armadillo multigene family. Journal of Cell Science 107, S. 2259 - 2270 (1994)
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    Hatzfeld, M.; Burba, M.: Function of type I and type II keratin head domains: their role in dimer, tetramer and filament formation. Journal of Cell Science 107, S. 1959 - 1972 (1994)
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    Haupts, U.; Eisfeld, W.; Stockburger, M.; Oesterhelt, D.: Sensory rhodopsin I photocycle intermediate SRI380 contains 13-cis retinal bound via an unprotonated Schiff base. FEBS Letters 356 (1), S. 25 - 29 (1994)
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    Heidelberger, R.; Heinemann, C.; Neher, E.; Matthews, G.: Calcium dependence of the rate of exocytosis in a synaptic terminal. Nature 371 (6497), S. 513 - 515 (1994)
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    Heimburg, T.; Biltonen, R. L.: Thermotropic behavior of dimyristoylphosphatidylglycerol and its interaction with cytochrome c. Biochemistry 33 (32), S. 9477 - 9488 (1994)
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    Heine, A.; Herbstirmer, R.; Stalke, D.; Kuehnle, W.; Zachariasse, K. A.: Structure and crystal packing of 4-aminobenzonitriles and 4-amino-3,5-dimethylbenzonitirles at various temeperatures. Acta Crystallographica Section B-Structural Science 50, S. 363 - 373 (1994)
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    Heinemann, C.; Chow, R. H.; Klingauf, J.; Zucker, R. S.; Neher, E.: Capacitance measurements following flash-photolysis of caged-CA2+. Biophysical Journal 66 (2), S. A55 - A55 (1994)
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    Heinemann, S. H.; Rettig, J.; Lorra, C.; Pongs, O.: A potassium channel beta-subunit from rat brain induces n-type inactivation. Biophysical Journal 66 (2), S. A343 - A343 (1994)
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    Heinemann, C.; Chow, R. H.; Neher, E.; Zucker, R. S.: Kinetics of the secretory response in bovine chromaffin cells following flash photolysis of caged Ca2+. Biophysical Journal 67 (6), S. 2546 - 2557 (1994)
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    Heinemann, S. H.; Rettig, J.; Scott, V. E. S.; Parcej, D. N.; Lorra, C.; Dolly, J.; Pongs, O.: The inactivation behavior of voltage-gated K-channels may be determined by association of α- and β-subunits. Journal of Physiology-Paris 88 (3), S. 173 - 180 (1994)
 
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