Zeitschriftenartikel (6)

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    Karabinos, A.; Schünemann, J.; Parry, D. A. D.: Promiscuous dimerization between the Caenorhabditis elegans IF proteins and a hypothesis to explain how multiple IFs persist over evolutionary time. Journal of Molecular Evolution 87 (7-8), S. 221 - 230 (2019)
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    Pump, W. C.; Schulz, R.; Huyton, T.; Kunze-Schumacher, H.; Martens, J.; Ho, G. G. T.; Blasczyk, R.; Bade-Doeding, C.: Releasing the concept of HLA-allele specific peptide anchors in viral infections: A non-canonical naturally presented human cytomegalovirus-derived HLA-A*24:02 restricted peptide drives exquisite immunogenicity. HLA: Immune Response Genetics 94 (1), S. 25 - 38 (2019)
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    Aksu, M.; Trakhanov, S.; Vera Rodriguez, A.; Görlich, D.: Structural basis for the nuclear import and export functions of the biportin Pdr6/Kap122. The Journal of Cell Biology 218 (6), S. 1839 - 1852 (2019)
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    Vera Rodriguez, A.; Frey, S.; Görlich, D.: Engineered SUMO/protease system identifies Pdr6 as a bidirectional nuclear transport receptor. The Journal of Cell Biology 218 (6), S. 2006 - 2020 (2019)
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    Ho, G. G. T.; Heinen, F. J.; Huyton, T.; Blasczy, R.; Bade-Döding, C.: HLA-F*01:01 presents peptides with N-terminal flexibility and a preferred length of 16 residues. Immunogenetics 51 (5-6), S. 353 - 360 (2019)
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    Pump, W. C.; Kraemer, T.; Huyton, T.; Hò, G. G. T.; Blasczyk, R.; Bade-Doeding, C.: Between innate and adaptive immune responses: NKG2A, NKG2C, and CD8⁺ T cell recognition of HLA-E restricted self-peptides acquired in the absence of HLA-Ia. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 20 (6) (2019)
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