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  1. Journal Article
    Ruediger, A.; Ruediger, M.; Wehland, J.; Weber, K.: Monoclonal antibody ID5: epitope characterization and minimal requirements for the recognition of polyglutamylated α- and β-tubulin. European Journal of Cell Biology 78, pp. 15 - 20 (1999)
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    Multigner, L.; PignotPaintrand, I.; Saoudi, Y.; Job, D.; Plessmann, U.; Ruediger, M.; Weber, K.: The A and B tubules of the outer doublers of sea urchin sperm axonemes are composed of different tubulin variants. Biochemistry 35 (33), pp. 10862 - 10871 (1996)
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    Ruediger, M.; Plessmann, U.; Ruediger, A.; Weber, K.: Beta-tubulin of bull sperm is polyglycylated. FEBS Letters 364 (2), pp. 147 - 151 (1995)
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    Ruediger, M.; Wehland, J.; Weber, K.: The carboxy-terminal peptide of detyrosinated α tubulin provides a minimal system to study the substrate specificity of tubulin–tyrosine ligase. European Journal of Biochemistry 220 (2), pp. 309 - 320 (1994)
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    Froehlich, K. U.; Ruediger, M.; Eberhardt, D.; Mecke, D.: An easy and fast alternative to plasmid shuffling for the identification of in vitro mutagenized alleles of essential genes of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Nucleic Acids Research 20 (22), pp. 6113 - 6114 (1992)
  6. Journal Article
    Ruediger, M.; Plessmann, U.; Kloppel, K. D.; Wehland, J.; Weber, K.: Class II tubulin, the major brain beta tubulin isotype is polyglutamylated on glutamic acid residue 435. FEBS Letters 308 (1), pp. 101 - 105 (1992)
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