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Journal Article (16)

  1. Journal Article
    Koester, H. J.; Baur, D.; Uhl, R.; Hell, S. W.: Ca2+ Fluorescence Imaging with Pico-and Femtosecond Two-Photon Excitation: Signal and Photodamage. Biophysical Journal 77, pp. 2226 - 2236 (1999)
  2. Journal Article
    Uhl, R.; Wagner, R.; Ryba, N.: Watching G proteins at work. Trends in Neurosciences 13 (2), pp. 64 - 70 (1990)
  3. Journal Article
    Uhl, R.; Zellmann-Kraska, R.; Desel, H.: Optical probes of intradiskal processes in rod photoreceptors I: Light-scattering study of ATP-dependent dark reactions. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology 3 (4), pp. 529 - 548 (1989)
  4. Journal Article
    Uhl, R.; Desel, H.: Optical probes of intradiskal processes in rod photoreceptors. II: Light-scattering study of ATP-dependent light reactions. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology 3 (4), pp. 549 - 564 (1989)
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    Otomo, J.; Marwan, W.; Oesterhelt, D.; Desel, H.; Uhl, R.: Biosynthesis of the two halobacterial light sensors P480 and sensory rhodopsin and variation in gain of their signal transduction chains. Journal of Bacteriology 171 (4), pp. 2155 - 2159 (1989)
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    Ryba, N.; Uhl, R.: In vitro dark adaptation and preservation of electrical light responses in the retina from bovine eyes. Experimental Brain Research 74 (3), pp. 618 - 624 (1989)
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    Wagner, R.; Ryba, N.; Uhl, R.: Calcium regulates the rate of rhodopsin disactivation and the primary amplification step in visual transduction. FEBS Letters 242 (2), pp. 249 - 254 (1989)
  8. Journal Article
    Uhl, R.; Wagner, R.; Ryba, N.: Watching G-proteins at work. Biological Chemistry Hoppe-Seyler 369 (9), p. 934 - 934 (1988)
  9. Journal Article
    Wagner, R.; Ryba, N.; Uhl, R.: Rapid transducin deactivation in intact stacks of bovine rod outer segment disks as studied by light scattering techniques. Arrestin requires additional soluble proteins for rapid quenching of rhodopsin catalytic activity. FEBS Letters 235 (1-2), pp. 103 - 108 (1988)
  10. Journal Article
    Wagner, R.; Ryba, N.; Uhl, R.: Sub-second turnover of transducin GTPase in bovine rod outer segments. A light scattering study. FEBS Letters 234 (1), pp. 44 - 48 (1988)
  11. Journal Article
    Tittor, J.; Oesterhelt, D.; Maurer, R.; Desel, H.; Uhl, R.: The photochemical cycle of halorhodopsin: absolute spectra of intermediates obtained by flash photolysis and fast difference spectra measurements. Biophysical Journal 52 (6), pp. 999 - 1006 (1987)
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    Wagner, R.; Ryba, N.; Uhl, R.: The amplified P-signal, an extremely photosensitive light scattering signal from rod outer segments, which is not affected by pre-activation of phosphodiesterase with Gα-GTP-γ-S. FEBS Letters 221 (2), pp. 253 - 259 (1987)
  13. Journal Article
    Uhl, R.; Desel, H.; Ryba, N.; Wagner, R.: A simple and rapid procedure for the isolation of intact bovine rod outer segments (ROS). Journal of Biochemical and Biophysical Methods 14 (3), pp. 127 - 138 (1987)
  14. Journal Article
    Uhl, R.; Desel, H.; Wagner, R.: Separation and characterisation of light scattering transients from rod outer segments of vertebrate photoreceptors: Design and performance of a Multi Angle Flash Photolysis Apparatus (MAFPA). Journal of Biochemical and Biophysical Methods 11 (1), pp. 31 - 43 (1985)
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    Pates, R.D.; Watts, A.; Uhl, R.; Marsh, D.: Lipid-protein interactions in frog rod outer segment disc membranes. Characterization by spin labels. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Biomembranes 814 (2), pp. 389 - 397 (1985)
  16. Journal Article
    Uhl, R.; Meyer, B.; Desel, H.: A polychromatic flash photolysis apparatus (PFPA). Journal of Biochemical and Biophysical Methods 10 (1), pp. 35 - 48 (1984)

Conference Paper (2)

  1. Conference Paper
    Desel, H.; Uhl, R.: Ion-transport across the disk membrane. Biophysical Journal 49 (2), p. A283 - A283 (1986)
  2. Conference Paper
    Wagner, R.; Desel, H.; Uhl, R.: On the activation and deactivation mechanism of the photoreceptor phosphodiesterase (PDE) - A light-scattering. Biophysical Journal 49 (2), p. A278 - A278 (1986)
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