Journal Article (14)

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    Schmitt, H. D.; Jahn, R.: A tethering complex recruits SNAREs and grabs vesicles. Cell 139 (6), pp. 1053 - 1055 (2009)
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    Ellena, J. F.; Liang, B. Y.; Wiktor, M.; Stein, A.; Cafiso, D. S.; Jahn, R.; Tamm, L. K.: Dynamic structure of lipid-bound synaptobrevin suggests a nucleation-propagation mechanism for trans-SNARE complex formation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 106 (48), pp. 20306 - 20311 (2009)
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    Stein, A.; Jahn, R.: Complexins living up to their name — New light on their role in exocytosis. Neuron 64 (3), pp. 295 - 297 (2009)
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    Cypionka, A.; Stein, A.; Hernandez, M.; Hippchen, H.; Jahn, R.; Walla, P. J.: Discrimination between docking and fusion of liposomes reconstituted with neuronal SNARE-proteins using FCS. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 106 (44), pp. 18575 - 18580 (2009)
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    Zink, S.; Wenzel, D.; Wurm, C.; Schmitt, H. D.: A link between ER tethering and COP-I vesicle uncoating. Developmental Cell 17 (3), pp. 403 - 416 (2009)
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    Hosoi, N.; Holt, M.; Sakaba, T.: Calcium dependence of exo- and endocytotic coupling at a glutamatergic synapse. Neuron 63 (2), pp. 216 - 229 (2009)
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    Rummel, A.; Haefner, K.; Mahrhold, S.; Darashchonak, N.; Holt, M.; Jahn, R.; Beermann, S.; Karnath, T.; Bigalke, H.; Binz, T.: Botulinum neurotoxins C, E and F bind gangliosides via a conserved binding site prior to stimulation-dependent uptake with botulinum neurotoxin F utilising the three isoforms of SV2 as second receptor. Journal of Neurochemistry 110 (6), pp. 1942 - 1954 (2009)
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    Stein, A.; Weber, G.; Wahl, M. C.; Jahn, R.: Helical extension of the neuronal SNARE complex into the membrane. Nature 460 (7254), pp. 525 - 528 (2009)
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    Oellerich, T.; Grønborg, M.; Neumann, K.; Hsiao, H. H.; Urlaub, H.; Wienands, J.: SLP-65 phosphorylation dynamics reveals a functional basis for signal integration by receptor-proximal adaptor proteins. Molecular and Cellular Proteomics 8 (7), pp. 1738 - 1750 (2009)
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    Barysch, S. V.; Aggarwal, S.; Jahn, R.; Rizzoli, S. O.: Sorting in early endosomes reveals connections to docking- and fusion-associated factors. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 106, pp. 9697 - 9702 (2009)
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    Bethani, I.; Werner, A.; Kadian, C.; Geumann, U.; Jahn, R.; Rizzoli, S. O.: Endosomal fusion upon SNARE knockdown is maintained by residual SNARE activity and enhanced docking. Traffic 10 (10), pp. 1543 - 1559 (2009)
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    Geumann, U.; Schaefer, C.; Riedel, D.; Jahn, R.; Rizzoli, S. O.: Synaptic membrane proteins form stable microdomains in early endosomes. Microscopy Research and Technique 73 (6), pp. 606 - 617 (2009)
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    Radhakrishnan, A.; Stein, A.; Jahn, R.; Fasshauer, D.: The Ca2+ affinity of synaptotagmin 1 is markedly increased by a specific interaction of its C2B domain with phosphatidylinositol 4,5-bisphosphate. Journal of Biological Chemistry 284, pp. 25749 - 25760 (2009)
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    Urlaub, H.; Groenborg, M.; Jahn, R.: Synaptische Vesikel als Modell. Biospektrum 15 (1), pp. 16 - 19 (2009)

Book item (1)

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    Lang, T.; Jahn, R.: Botulinum and tetanus toxins. In: Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. Vol. 2. B-Co, pp. 289 - 294 (Ed. Squire, L.R.). Elsevier, Amsterdam (2009)
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