Publications 2017


Journal Article

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    Austen, J. M.; Sprengel, R.; Sanderson, D. J.: GluA1 AMPAR subunit deletion reduces the hedonic response to sucrose but leaves satiety and conditioned responses intact. Scientific Reports 7 (2017)
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    Balzarotti, F.; Eilers, Y.; Gwosch, K. C.; Gynnå, A. H.; Westphal, V.; Stefani, F. D.; Elf, J.; Hell, S. W.: Nanometer resolution imaging and tracking of fluorescent molecules with minimal photon fluxes. Science 355 (6325), pp. 606 - 612 (2017)
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    Bick, M. J.; Greisen, P. J.; Morey, K. J.; Antunes, M. S.; La, D.; Sankaran, B.; Reymond, L.; Johnsson, K.; Medford, J. I.; Baker, D.: Computational design of environmental sensors for the potent opioid fentanyl. eLife 6 (2017)
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    Boerner, T.; Bygrave, A. M.; Chen, J.; Fernando, A.; Jackson, S.; Barkus, C.; Sprengel, R.; Seeburg, P. H.; Harrison, P. J.; Gilmour, G. et al.; Bannerman, D. M.; Sanderson, D. J.: The group II metabotropic glutamate receptor agonist LY354740 and the D2 receptor antagonist haloperidol reduce locomotor hyperactivity but fail to rescue spatial working memory in GluA1 knockout mice. European Journal of Neuroscience: European Neuroscience Association 45 (7), pp. 912 - 921 (2017)
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    Bohaumilitzky, L.; Huber, A.-K.; Stork, E.-M.; Wengert, S.; Woelfl, F.; Böhm, H.: A trickster in disguise: Hyaluronan’s ambivalent roles in the matrix. Frontiers in Oncology 7 (2017)
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    Brandstaedter, C.; Fritz-Wolf, K.; Weder, S.; Fischer, M.; Hecker, B.; Rahlfs, S.; Becker, K.: Kinetic characterization of wild-type and mutant human thioredoxin glutathione reductase defines its reaction and regulatory mechanisms. The FEBS Journal (2017)
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    Bröker‐Lai, J.; Kollewe, A.; Schindeldecker, B.; Pohle, J.; Chi, V. N.; Mathar, I.; Guzman, R.; Schwarz, Y.; Lai, A.; Weißgerber, P. et al.; Schwegler, H.; Dietrich, A.; Both, M.; Sprengel, R.; Draguhn, A.; Köhr, G.; Fakler, B.; Flockerzi, V.; Bruns, D.; Freichel, M.: Heteromeric channels formed by TRPC1, TRPC4 and TRPC5 define hippocampal synaptic transmission and working memory. The EMBO Journal 36 (18), e201696369, pp. 2770 - 2789 (2017)
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    Buntkowsky, G.; Ivanov, K. L.; Zimmermann, H.; Vieth, H.-M.: Coherent manipulation of non-thermal spin order in optical nuclear polarization experiments. The Journal of Chemical Physics 146 (11) (2017)
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    Chen, W.; Diao, Z.; Dirks, J.-H.; Geiger, F.; Spatz, J. P.: Enhanced optical transmittance by reduced reflectance of curved polymer surfaces. Macromolecular Materials and Engineering 302 (9) (2017)
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    Chiu, W.; Holton, J.; Langan, P.; Sauter, N. K.; Schlichting, I.; Terwilliger, T.; Martin, J. L.; Read, R. J.; Wakatsuki, S.: Responses to 'Atomic resolution': a badly abused term in structural biology. Acta Crystallographica Section D: Structural Biology 73 (4), pp. 381 - 383 (2017)
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    Cohen, M. R.; Mendelman, N.; Radoul, M.; Wilson, T. D.; Savelieff, M. G.; Zimmermann, H.; Kaminker, I.; Feintuch, A.; Lu, Y.; Goldfarb, D.: Thiolate spin population of type I copper in azurin derived from 33S hyperfine coupling. Inorganic Chemistry 56 (11), pp. 6163 - 6174 (2017)
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    Coquelle, N.; Sliwa, M.; Woodhouse, J.; Schirò, G.; Adam, V.; Aquila, A.; Barends, T. R. M.; Boutet, S.; Byrdin, M.; Carbajo, S. et al.; la Mora, E. D.; Doak, R. B.; Feliks, M.; Fieschi, F.; Foucar, L.; Guillon, V.; Hilpert, M.; Hunter, M. S.; Jakobs, S.; Koglin, J. E.; Kovácsová, G.; Lane, T. J.; Lévy, B.; Liang, M.; Nass, K.; Ridard, J.; Robinson, J. S.; Roome, C. M.; Ruckebusch, C.; Seaberg, M.; Thepaut, M.; Cammarata, M.; Demachy, I.; Field, M.; Shoeman, R. L.; Bourgeois, D.; Colletier, J.-P.; Schlichting, I.; Weik, M.: Chromophore twisting in the excited state of a photoswitchable fluorescent protein captured by time-resolved serial femtosecond crystallography. Nature Chemistry 10, pp. 31 - 37 (2018)
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    Deng, J.; Zhao, C.; Spatz, J. P.; Wei, Q.; Spatz, J. P.: Nanopatterned adhesive, stretchable hydrogel to control ligand spacing and regulate cell spreading and migration. ACS Nano 11 (8), pp. 8282 - 8291 (2017)
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    Deschout, H.; Platzman, I.; Sage, D.; Feletti, L.; Spatz, J. P.; Radenovic, A.: Investigating focal adhesion substructures by localization microscopy. Biophysical Journal 113 (11), pp. 2508 - 2518 (2017)
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    Dietl, A.; Kieser, C.; Barends, T.: A Peltier-cooled microscope stage for protein crystal post-crystallization treatment. Journal of Applied Crystallography 50 (4), pp. 1208 - 1211 (2017)
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    Emsley, J. W.; Lelli, M.; Luckhurst, G. R.; Zimmermann, H.: 13C NMR study of the director distribution adopted by the modulated nematic phases formed by liquid-crystal dimers with odd numbers of atoms in their spacers. Physical Review E 96 (6), 062702, pp. 1 - 16 (2017)
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    Enger, R.; Dukefoss, D. B.; Tang, W.; Pettersen, K. H.; Bjørnstad, D. M.; Helm, P. J.; Jensen, V.; Sprengel, R.; Vervaeke, K.; Ottersen, O. P. et al.; Nagelhus, E. A.: Deletion of Aquaporin-4 curtails extracellular glutamate elevation in cortical spreading depression in awake mice. Cerebral Cortex 27 (1), pp. 24 - 33 (2017)
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    Farrants , H.; Hiblot, J.; Griss , R.; Johnsson, K.: Rational design and applications of semisynthetic modular biosensors: SNIFITs and LUCIDs. Methods in Molecular Biology 1596 , pp. 101 - 117 (2017)
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    Gorel, A.; Motomura, K.; Fukuzawa, H.; Doak, R. B.; Grünbein, M. L.; Hilpert, M.; Inoue, I.; Kloos, M.; Nass Kovács, G.; Nango, E. et al.; Nass, K.; Roome, C. M.; Shoeman, R. L.; Tanaka, R.; Tono, K.; Foucar, L.; Joti, Y.; Yabashi, M.; Iwata, S.; Ueda, K.; Barends, T. R. M.; Schlichting, I.: Two-colour serial femtosecond crystallography dataset from gadoteridol-derivatized lysozyme for MAD phasing. Scientific Data 4 (2017)
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    Gorel, A.; Motomura, K.; Fukuzawa, H.; Doak, B.; Grünbein, M. L.; Hilpert, M.; Inoue, I.; Kloos, M.; Kovácsová, G.; Nango, E. et al.; Nass, K.; Roome, C. M.; Shoeman, R. L.; Tanaka, R.; Tono, K.; Joti, Y.; Yabashi, M.; Iwata, S.; Foucar, L.; Ueda, K.; Barends, T. R.M.; Schlichting, I.: Multi-wavelength anomalous diffraction de novo phasing using a two-colour X-ray free-electron laser with wide tunability. Nature Communications 8 (2017)
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