Publikationen des Max-Planck-Instituts für biophysikalische Chemie

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Zeitschriftenartikel (229)

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    Ahnert-Hilger, G.; Nuernberg, B.; Exner, T.; Schaefer, T.; Jahn, R.: The heterotrimeric G protein Go2 regulates catecholamine uptake by secretory vesicles. EMBO Journal 17, S. 406 - 413 (1998)
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    Albowitz, B.; Kuhnt, U.; Koehling, R.; Luecke, A.; Straub, H.; Speckmann, E. J.; Tuxhorn, I.; Wolf, P.; Pannek, H.; Oppel, F.: Spatio-temporal distribution of epileptiform activity in slices from human neocortex: recordings with voltage-sensitive dyes. Epilepsy Research 32, S. 224 - 232 (1998)
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    Alvarez-Bolado, G.; Schwarz, M.; Gruss, P.: Pax in the chiasm. Cell and Tissue Research 290 (2), S. 197 - 200 (1998)
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    Arendt, D.; Knoechel, W.; Gruss, P.; Jaeckle, H.: Development and evolution: a get-together with new perspectives. B. I. F. Futura 13, S. 77 - 85 (1998)
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    Arora, A.; Esmann, M.; Marsh, D.: Selectivity of lipid-protein interactions with trypsinized Na,K-ATPase studied by spin-label EPR. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1371, S. 163 - 167 (1998)
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    Arora, A.; Marsh, D.: Protein-induced vertical lipid dislocation in a model membrane system: Spin-label relaxation studies on avidin-biotinylphosphatidylethanolamine interactions. Biophysical Journal 75, S. 2915 - 2922 (1998)
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    Aschenbruecker, J.; Buback, M.; Ernsting, N. P.; Schroeder, J.; Steegmueller, U.: Picosecond IR study of the UV photo-induced decomposition of bis(naphthoyl)peroxide and of a naphthyl peroxycarbonate. Berichte der Bunsen-Gesellschaft für Physikalische Chemie 102, S. 965 - 971 (1998)
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    Aschenbruecker, J.; Buback, M.; Ernsting, N. P.; Schroeder, J.; Steegmueller, U.: Peroxyester decarboxylation studied by picosecond transient IR spectroscopy. Journal of Physical Chemistry B 102, S. 5552 - 5555 (1998)
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    Auger, C.; Kondo, S.; Marty, A.: Multivesicular release at single functional synaptic sites in cerebellar stellate and basket cells. Journal of Neuroscience 18, S. 4532 - 4547 (1998)
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    Avota, E.; Berzins, V.; Grens, E.; Vishnevsky, Y.; Luce, R.; Biebricher, C. K.: The natural 6S RNA found in QBetainfected cells is derived from host and phage RNA. Journal of Molecular Biology 276, S. 7 - 17 (1998)
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    Ballensiefen, W.; Ossipov, D.; Schmitt, H. D.: Recycling of the yeast v-SNARE Sec22p involves COPI-proteins and the ER transmembrane proteins Ufe1p and Sec20p. Journal of Cell Science 111, S. 1507 - 1520 (1998)
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    Balzer, F.; Jett, S. D.; Rubahn, H.-G.: Alkali cluster films on insulating substrates - comparison between scanning force microscopy and extinction data. Chemical Physics Letters 297, S. 273 - 280 (1998)
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    Bellefroid, E.; Kobbe, A.; Gruss, P.; Pieler, T.; Gurdon, J.; Papalopulu, N.: Xiro3 encodes a Xenopus homolog of the Drosophila Iroquois genes and functions in neural specification. EMBO Journal 17, S. 191 - 203 (1998)
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    Berger, M. R.; Sobottka, S.; Konstantinov, S. M.; Eibl, H.: Erucylphosphocholine is the prototype of i. v. injectable alkylphosphocholines. Drugs of Today 34 (Suppl. F), S. 73 - 81 (1998)
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    Betz, A.; Ashery, U.; Rickmann, M.; Augustin, I.; Neher, E.; Suedhof, T. C.; Rettig, J.; Brose, N.: Munc13-1 is a presynaptic phorbol ester-receptor that enhances neurotransmitter release. Neuron 21, S. 123 - 136 (1998)
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    Bewersdorf, J.; Hell, S. W.: Picosecond pulsed two-photon imaging with repetition rates of 200 and 400 MHz. Journal of Microscopy 191, S. 28 - 38 (1998)
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    Bewersdorf, J.; Pick, R.; Hell, S. W.: Multifocal Multiphoton Microscopy. Optics Letters 23, S. 655 - 657 (1998)
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    Bhattacharya, D.; Weber, K.; An, S. S.; Berning-Koch, W.: Actin phylogeny identifies Mesostigma viride as a flagellate ancestor of the land plants. Journal of Molecular Evolution 47, S. 544 - 550 (1998)
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    Bhattacharya, D.; Weber, K.; An, S. S.; Berning-Koch, W.: Actin phylogeny identifies Mesostigma viride as a flagellate ancestor of the land plants. Journal of Molecular Evolution 47 (5), S. 544 - 550 (1998)
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    Boersch, M.; Turina, P.; Eggeling, C.; Fries, J. R.; Seidel, C.; Labahn, A.; Graeber, P.: Conformational Changes of the H+-ATPase from E.coli upon binding detected by single molecule fluorescence. FEBS Letters 437, S. 251 - 254 (1998)
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    Boersch, M.; Turina, P.; Eggeling, C.; Fries, J. R.; Seidel, C.; Labahn, A.; Graeber, P.: Change of diffusion coefficient of ECF1 upon nucleotide binding detected by single molecule fluorescence. Italian Biochemical Society Transaction 11, S. 47 - 50 (1998)
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    Boettger, B.; Schindewold, U.; Moebius, D.; Avila, J.; Martin, M. T.; Rodiguez-Amaro, R.: Preparation and polymorphism of thin films of unsubstituted cobalt phthalocyanine. Langmuir 14, S. 5188 - 5194 (1998)
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    Bonaldo, P.; Chowdhury, K.; Stoykova, A.; Torres, M.; Gruss, P.: Efficient gene trap screening for novel developmental genes using IRES bgeo vector and in vitro preselection. Experimental Cell Research 244, S. 125 - 136 (1998)
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    Booth, M.; Hell, S. W.: Continuous wave excitation two-photon fluorescence microscopy exemplified with the 647 nm ArKr laser line. Journal of Microscopy 190, S. 298 - 304 (1998)
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    Brock, R.; Hink, M. A.; Jovin, T. M.: Fluorescence Correlation Microscopy of cells in the presence of autofluorescence. Biophysical Journal 75, S. 2547 - 2557 (1998)
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    Brock, R.; Jovin, T. M.: Fluorescence Correlation Microscopy (FCM) - Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy (FCS) taken into the cell. Cellular and Molecular Biology 44, S. 847 - 856 (1998)
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    Bruns, D.; Jahn, R.: Monoamine transmitter release from small synaptic and large dense-core vesicles. Advances in Pharmacology 42, S. 87 - 90 (1998)
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    Bruns, D.: Serotonin transport in cultured leech neurons. Methods in Enzymology 296, S. 593 - 607 (1998)
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    Buchenau, P.; Hodgson, J.; Strutt, H.; Arndt-Jovin, D. J.: The distribution of Polycomb-group proteins during cell division and development in Drosophila embryos: impact on models for silencing. Journal of Cell Biology 141, S. 469 - 481 (1998)
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    Burz, D. S.; Rivera-Pomar, R.; Jaeckle, H.; Hanes, S. D.: Cooperative DNA-binding by Bicoid provides a mechanism for threshold-dependent gene activation in the Drosophila embryo. EMBO Journal 17, S. 5998 - 6009 (1998)
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    Carrera, P.; Abrell, S.; Kerber, B.; Walldorf, U.; Preiss, A.; Hoch, M.; Jaeckle, H.: A modifier screen in the eye reveals control genes for Krüppel activity in the Drosophila embryo. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 95, S. 10779 - 10784 (1998)
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    Cecconi, F.; Alvarez-Bolado, G.; Meyer, B.; Roth, K. A.; Gruss, P.: Apaf1 (CED-4 homolog) regulates programmed cell death in mammalian development. Cell 94, S. 727 - 737 (1998)
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    Chen, C. K.; Kuehnlein, R. P.; Eulenberg, K. G.; Vincent, S.; Affolter, M.; Schuh, R.: The transcription factors Knirps and Knirps-Related control cell migration and branch morphogenesis during Drosophila tracheal development. Development 125, S. 4959 - 4968 (1998)
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    Cruz, A.; Casals, C.; Plasencia, I.; Marsh, D.; Perez-Gil, J.: Depth profiles of pulmonary surfactant protein B in phosphatidylcholine bilayers, studied by fluorescence and electron spin resonance. Biochemistry 37, S. 9488 - 9496 (1998)
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    Cruz, A.; Marsh, D.; Perez-Gil, J.: Rotational dynamics of spin-labelled surfactant-associated proteins SP-B and SP-C in dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine and dipalmitoylphosphatidylglycerol bilayers. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1415, S. 125 - 134 (1998)
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    Derst, C.; Doering, F.; Preisig-Mueller, R.; Daut, J.; Karschin, A.; Jeck, N.; Weber, S.; Engel, H.; Grzeschik, K. H.: Gene structure and assignment to chromosome 2q37 of the human inwardly rectifying K+ channel Kir 7.1 (KCNJ13). Genomics 54, S. 560 - 563 (1998)
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    Derst, C.; Karschin, A.: Evolutionary link between prokaryotic and eukaryotic K+ channels. Journal of Experimental Biology 201, S. 2791 - 2799 (1998)
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    Derst, C.; Wischmeyer, E.; Preisig-Mueller, R.; Spauschus, A.; Konrad, M.; Hensen, P.; Jeck, N.; Seyberth, H. W.; Daut, J.; Karschin, A.: A hyperprostaglandin E syndrome mutation in Kir1.1 (renal outer medullary potassium) channels reveals a crucial residue for channel function in Kir1.3 channels. Journal of Biological Chemistry 273, S. 23884 - 23891 (1998)
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    Doering, F.; Derst, C.; Wischmeyer, E.; Karschin, C.; Schneggenburger, R.; Daut, J.; Karschin, A.: The epithelial inward rectifier channel Kir7.1 displays unusual K+ permeation properties. Journal of Neuroscience 18, S. 8625 - 8636 (1998)
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    Eggeling, C.; Fries, J. R.; Brand, L.; Guenther, R.; Seidel, C.: Monitoring conformational dynamics of a single molecule by selective fluorescence spectroscopy. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 95, S. 1556 - 1561 (1998)
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    Eggeling, C.; Widengren, J.; Rigler, R.; Seidel, C.: Photobleaching of fluorescent dyes under conditions used for single-molecule detection: Evidence of two-step photolysis. Analytical Chemistry 70, S. 2651 - 2659 (1998)
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    Egner, A.; Schrader, M.; Hell, S. W.: Refractive index mismatch induced intensity and phase variations in fluorescence confocal, multiphoton and 4Pi-microscopy. Optics Communications 153, S. 211 - 217 (1998)
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    Erber, A.; Riemer, D.; Bovenschulte, M.; Weber, K.: Molecular phylogeny of metazoan intermediate filament proteins. Journal of Molecular Evolution 47, S. 751 - 762 (1998)
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    Erdlenbruch, B.; Jendrossek, V.; Marx, M.; Hunold, A.; Eibl, H.; Lakomek, M.: Antitumor effects of erucylphosphocholine on brain tumor cells in vitro and in vivo. Anticancer Research 18 (A 4), S. 2551 - 2557 (1998)
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    Erijman, L.; Clegg, R. M.: Reversible stalling of transcription elongation complexes by high pressure. Biophysical Journal 75, S. 453 - 462 (1998)
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    Faisst, A. M.; Gruss, P.: BODENIN: a novel murine gene expressed in restricted areas of the brain. Developmental Dynamics 212, S. 293 - 303 (1998)
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    Fasshauer, D.; Eliason, W. K.; Bruenger, A. T.; Jahn, R.: Identification of a minimal core of the synaptic SNARE-complex sufficient for reversible assembly and disassembly. Biochemistry 37, S. 10354 - 10362 (1998)
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    Fasshauer, D.; Sutton, B.; Bruenger, A. T.; Jahn, R.: Conserved structural features of the synaptic fusion complex: SNARE proteins reclassified as Q- and R-SNAREs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 95, S. 15781 - 15786 (1998)
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    Ferrari, D. M.; Nguyen, P. V.; Kratzin, H. D.; Soeling, H. D.: Erp28, a human endoplasmic-reticulum-lumenal protein, is a member of the protein disulfide isomerase family but lacks a CXXC thioredoxin-box motif. European Journal of Biochemistry 255, S. 570 - 579 (1998)
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    Fidler, V.; Kapusta, P.; Nepras, M.; Schroeder, J.; Tubtsov, I. V.; Yoshihara, K.: Ultrafast electronic energy flow in a bichromophoric molecule. Collection of Czechoslovak Chemical Communications 63, S. 1460 - 1472 (1998)
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    Fiebig, T.; Kuehnle, W.; Staerk, H.: Electronic interaction and charge transfer efficiencies in triaromatic donor-acceptor systems. Chemical Physics Letters 282, S. 7 - 15 (1998)
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    Fierro, L.; DiPolo, R.; Llano, I.: Intracellular calcium clearance in Purkinje cell somata from rat cerebellar slices. Journal of Physiology 510, S. 499 - 512 (1998)
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    Fransson, P.; Krueger, G.; Merboldt, K. D.; Frahm, J.: Temporal characteristics of oxygenation-sensitive MRI responses to visual activation in humans. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 39, S. 912 - 919 (1998)
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    Fransson, P.; Krueger, G.; Merboldt, K. D.; Frahm, J.: Physiologic aspects of event related paradigms in magnetic resonance functional neuroimaging. NeuroReport 9, S. 2001 - 2005 (1998)
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    Fries, J. R.; Brand, L.; Eggeling, C.; Koellner, M.; Seidel, C.: Quantitative identification of different single molecules by selective time-resolved confocal fluorescence spectroscopy. Journal of Physical Chemistry A 102, S. 6601 - 6613 (1998)
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    Fritzsche, W.; Spring, H.; Jovin, T. M.: Ultrastructural characterization of transcriptionally active chromatin by scanning force microscopy. Probe Microscopy 1, S. 225 - 232 (1998)
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    Fujimori, H.; Michaelis, T.; Wick, M.; Frahm, J.: Proton T2 relaxation of cerebral metabolites during transient global ischemia in rat brain. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 39, S. 647 - 650 (1998)
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    Fulle, D.; Hamann, H.; Hippler, H.; Troe, J.: Temperature and pressure dependence of the addition reactions of HO to NO and to NO2. Journal of Chemical Physics 108, S. 5391 - 5397 (1998)
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    Fuss, B.; Hoch, M.: Drosophila endoderm development requires a novel homeobox gene which is a target of Wingless and Dpp signalling. Mechanisms of Development 79, S. 83 - 97 (1998)
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    Gaffney, B. J.; Marsh, D.: High-frequency, spin-label EPR of nonaxial lipid ordering and motion in cholesterol-containing membranes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 95, S. 12940 - 12943 (1998)
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    Gajovic, S.; Chowdhury, K.; Gruss, P.: Genes expressed after retinoic acid-mediated differentiation of embryoid bodies are likely to be expressed during embryo development. Experimental Cell Research 242, S. 138 - 143 (1998)
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    Gajovic, S.; Gruss, P.: Differentiation of the mouse embryoid bodies grafted on the chorioallantoic membrane of the chick embryo. International Journal of Developmental Biology 42, S. 225 - 228 (1998)
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    Gasparovic, B.; Kozarac, Z.; Saliot, A.; Casovic, B.; Moebius, D.: Physico-chemical characterization of natural and ex-situ reconstructed sea-surface microlayers. Journal of Colloid & Interface Science 208, S. 191 - 202 (1998)
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    Geisler, N.; Schuenemann, J.; Weber, K.; Haener, M.; Aebi, U.: Assembly and architecture of invertebrate intermediate filaments reconcile features of vertebrate cytoplasmic and nuclear lamin-type intermediate filaments. Journal of Molecular Biology 282, S. 601 - 617 (1998)
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    Gemkow, M. J.; Verveer, P. J.; Arndt-Jovin, D. J.: Homologous association of the Bithorax-Complex during embryogenesis: consequences for transvection in Drosophila melanogaster. Development 125, S. 4541 - 4552 (1998)
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    Goetz, M.; Stoykova, A.; Gruss, P.: Pax6 controls radial glia differentiation in the cerebral cortex. Neuron 21, S. 1 - 20 (1998)
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    Grobys, M.; Zachariasse, K. A.: Influence of pressure on intramolecular charge transfer in 4-(dimethylamino)benzonitrile. Journal of Information Recording 24, S. 405 - 413 (1998)
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    Gueth-Hallonet, C.; Wang, J.; Harborth, J.; Weber, K.; Osborn, M.: Induction of a regular nuclear lattice by overexpression of NuMA. Experimental Cell Research 243, S. 434 - 452 (1998)
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    Haeder, T.; La Rosee, A.; Ziebold, U.; Busch, M.; Taubert, H.; Jaeckle, H.; Rivera-Pomar, R.: Activation of posterior pair-rule stripe expression in response to maternal caudal and zygotic knirps activities. Mechanisms of Development 71, S. 177 - 186 (1998)
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    Haller, M.; Heinemann, C.; Chow, R. H.; Heidelberger, R.; Neher, E.: Comparison of secretory responses as measured by membrane capacitance and by amperometry. Biophysical Journal 74, S. 2100 - 2113 (1998)
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    Hallonet, M.; Hollemann, T.; Wehr, R.; Jenkins, N. A.; Copeland, N. G.; Pieler, T.; Gruss, P.: Vax1 is a novel homeobox-containing gene expressed in the developing anterior ventral forebrain. Development 125, S. 2599 - 2610 (1998)
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    Halstenberg, S.; Heimburg, T.; Hianik, T.; Kaatze, U.; Krivanek, R.: Cholesterol induced variations in the volume and enthalpy fluctuations of lipid bilayers. Biophysical Journal 75, S. 264 - 271 (1998)
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    Hanley, Q. S.; Verveer, P. J.; Jovin, T. M.: Optical sectioning fluorescence spectroscopy in a Programmable Array Microscope. Applied Spectroscopy 52, S. 783 - 789 (1998)
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    Heidelbach, C.; Fedchenia, I. I.; Schwarzer, D.; Schroeder, J.: Molecular-dynamics simulation of collisional energy transfer from vibrationally highly excited azulene in compressed CO2. Journal of Chemical Physics 108, S. 10152 - 10161 (1998)
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    Heidelbach, C.; Schroeder, J.; Schwarzer, D.; Vikhrenko, V. S.: Mode specificity of vibrational relaxation of azulene in CO2 at low and high density. Chemical Physics Letters 291, S. 333 - 340 (1998)
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    Heidelberger, R.: Adenosine Triphosphate and the Late Steps in Calcium-dependent Exocytosis at a Ribbon Synapse. Journal of General Physiology 111, S. 225 - 241 (1998)
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    Heimburg, T.: Mechanical aspects of membrane thermodynamics - estimation of mechanical properties of lipid membranes close to the chain melting transition from calorimetry. B. B. A. 1415, S. 147 - 162 (1998)
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    Heimburg, T.: Fluctuations and Domains: Thermodynamic properties and heterogeneity of membrane assemblies. MPIBPC News 7, S. 1 - 4 (1998)
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    Hell, S. W.; Jahn, R.: Bioenergetic characterization of γ-aminobutyric acid transporter of synaptic vesicles. Methods in Enzymology 296, S. 116 - 124 (1998)
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    Hell, S. W.; Booth, M.; Wilms, S.; Schnetter, C.; Kirsch, A. K.; Arndt-Jovin, D. J.; Jovin, T. M.: Two-photon near and far-field fluorescence microscopy with continuous-wave excitation. Optics Letters 23, S. 1238 - 1240 (1998)
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    Hell, S. W.; Nagorni, M.: 4Pi-confocal microscopy with alternate interference. Optics Letters 23, S. 1567 - 1569 (1998)
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    Henrich, T.; Burgtorf, C.; Lehrach, H.; Wittbrodt, J.: Generation of two spotted plasmid cDNA-libraries of the head region of stage 20 and whole stage 17 Medaka embryos. Medaka Journal 9, S. 41 - 45 (1998)
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    Hertwig, A.; Hippler, H.; Unterreiner, A. N.; Voehringer, P.: Ultrafast relaxation of solvated electrons in water. Berichte der Bunsen-Gesellschaft für Physikalische Chemie 102, S. 805 - 810 (1998)
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    Hirschberg, J. G.; Vereb, G.; Meyer, C. K.; Kirsch, A. K.; Kohen, E.; Jovin, T. M.: Interferometric measurement of fluorescence excitation spectra. Applied Optics 37, S. 1953 - 1957 (1998)
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    Hoch, M.; Jaeckle, H.: Krüppel acts as a developmental switch gene which mediates proneural bHLH-dependent tip cell differentiation in the excretory organs of Drosophila. EMBO Journal 17, S. 5766 - 5775 (1998)
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    Huttenlauch, I.; Peck, R. K.; Plessmann, U.; Weber, K.; Stick, R.: Characterisation of two articulins, the major epiplasmic proteins comprising the membrane skeleton of the ciliate Pseudomicrothorax. Journal of Cell Science 111, S. 1909 - 1919 (1998)
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    Huttenlauch, I.; Peck, R. K.; Stick, R.: Articulins and epiplasmins: two distinct classes of cytoskeletal proteins of the membrane skeleton in protists. Journal of Cell Science 111, S. 3367 - 3378 (1998)
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    Ilichev, Y. V.; Kuehnle, W.; Zachariasse, K. A.: Intramolecular charge transfer in dual fluorescent 4-(dialkylamino)benzonitriles. Journal of Physical Chemistry A 102, S. 5670 - 5680 (1998)
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    Jaeckle, H.; Jahn, R.: Vesicle transport: klarsicht clears up the matter. Current Biology 8, S. R 542 - R 544 (1998)
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    Jaffe, E.; Marty, A.; Schulte, A.; Chow, R. H.: Extrasynaptic vesicular transmitter release from the somata of substantia nigra neurons in rat midbrain slices. Journal of Neuroscience 18, S. 3548 - 3553 (1998)
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    Jahn, R.: Synaptic transmission: Two players team up for a new tune. Current Biology 8, S. R 856 - R 858 (1998)
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    Jahn, R.; Hanson, P. I.: SNAREs line up in new environment. Nature 393, S. 14 - 15 (1998)
  93. 93.
    Jean, D.; Ewan, K.; Gruss, P.: Molecular regulators involved in vertebrate eye development. Mechanisms of Development 76, S. 3 - 18 (1998)
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    Karabinos, A.; Riemer, D.; Erber, A.; Weber, K.: Homologues of vertebrate type I, II and III intermediate filament (IF) proteins in an invertebrate; the IF multigene family of the cephalochordate Branchiostoma. FEBS Letters 437, S. 15 - 18 (1998)
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    Karschin, A.: Gestörte Signalübertragung von defekten Membranrezeptoren als Ursache von Erbkrankheiten. Niedersächsisches Ärzteblatt 3/98, S. 23 - 25 (1998)
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    Karschin, A.; Brockhaus, J.; Ballanyi, K.: KATP channel formation by the sulphonylurea receptors SUR1 with Kir6.2 subunits in rat dorsal vagal neurons in situ. Journal of Physiology 509, S. 339 - 346 (1998)
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    Kaufmann-Kolle, P.; Klenner, T.; Unger, C.; Eibl, H.: Liposomal alkylphosphocholines. Drugs of Today 34 (Suppl. F), S. 107 - 115 (1998)
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    Kaupmann, K.; Malitschek, B.; Schuler, V.; Heid, J.; Froestl, W.; Beck, P.; Mosbacher, J.; Bischoff, S.; Kulik, A.; Shigemoto, R. et al.; Karschin, A.; Bettler, B.: GABAB receptor subtypes assemble into functional heteromeric complexes. Nature 396, S. 683 - 687 (1998)
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    Kaupmann, K.; Schuler, V.; Mosbacher, J.; Bischoff, S.; Bittiger, H.; Heid, J.; Froestl, W.; Leonhard, S.; Pfaff, T.; Karschin, A. et al.; Bettler, B.: Human GABAB receptors are differentially expressed and regulate inwardly rectifying K+ channels. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 95, S. 14991 - 14996 (1998)
 
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