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  1. Journal Article
    Weber, K.; Plessmann, U.; Ulrich, W.: Cytoplasmic intermediate filament proteins of invertebrates are closer to nuclear lamins than are vertebrate intermediate filament proteins; sequence characterization of two muscle proteins of a nematode. EMBO Journal 8 (11), pp. 3221 - 3227 (1989)
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    Weber, K.; Plessmann, U.; Dodemont, H.; Kossmagk-Stephan, K.: Amino acid sequences and homopolymer-forming ability of the intermediate filament proteins from an invertebrate epithelium. EMBO Journal 7 (10), pp. 2995 - 3001 (1988)
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    Weber, K.; Johnsson, N.; Plessmann, U.; Van, P. N.; Söling, H. D.; Ampe, C.; Vandekerckhove, J.: The amino acid sequence of protein II and its phosphorylation site for protein kinase C; the domain structure Ca2+-modulated lipid binding proteins. EMBO Journal 6 (6), pp. 1599 - 1604 (1987)
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    Geisler, N.; Plessmann, U.; Weber, K.: The complete amino acid sequence of the major mammalian neurofilament protein (NF-L). FEBS Letters 182 (2), pp. 475 - 478 (1985)
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    Geisler, N.; Fischer, S.; Vandekerckhove, J.; Van Damme, J.; Plessmann, U.; Weber, K.: Protein-chemical characterization of NF-H, the largest mammalian neurofilament component; intermediate filament-type sequences followed by a unique carboxy-terminal extension. EMBO Journal 4 (1), pp. 57 - 63 (1985)
  6. Journal Article
    Geisler, N.; Fischer, S.; Vandekerckhove, J.; Plessmann, U.; Weber, K.: Hybrid character of a large neurofilament protein (NF‐M): Intermediate filament type sequence followed by a long and acidic carboxy‐terminal extension. The EMBO Journal 3 (11), pp. 2701 - 2706 (1984)
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    Geisler, N.; Plessmann, U.; Weber, K.: Amino acid sequence characterization of mammalian vimentin, the mesenchymal intermediate filament protein. FEBs Letters 163 (1), pp. 22 - 24 (1983)
  8. Journal Article
    Geisler, N.; Kaufmann, E.; Fischer, S.; Plessmann, U.; Weber, K.: Neurofilament architecture combines structural principles of intermediate filaments with carboxy‐terminal extensions increasing in size between triplet proteins. The EMBO Journal 2 (8), pp. 1295 - 1302 (1983)
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