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  • Bacterial L-forms.
    Allan EJ, Hoischen C, Gumpert J
    In: Advances in Applied Microbiology 2009, 68, 1-39, Elsevier Inc., New York, N
  • Exogenous brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) reverts phenotypic changes in the retinas of transgenic mice lacking the BDNF gene.
    Arango-González* B, Cellerino* A, Kohler K
    Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 2009, 50(3), 1416-22 * equal contribution, published during change of institution
  • Conditional inactivation of the NBS1 gene in the mouse central nervous system leads to neurodegeneration and disorganization of the visual system.
    Baranes K, Raz-Prag D, Nitzan A, Galron R, Ashery-Padan R, Rotenstreich Y, Assaf Y, Shiloh Y, Wang ZQ, Barzilai A, Solomon AS
    Exp Neurol 2009, 218(1), 24-32
  • The prolyl cis/trans isomerase cyclophilin 18 interacts with the tumor suppressor p53 and modifies its functions in cell cycle regulation and apoptosis.
    Baum N, Schiene-Fischer C, Frost M, Schumann M, Sabapathy K, Ohlenschläger O, Grosse F, Schlott B
    Oncogene 2009, 28(44), 3915-25
  • Deposition of palladium nanoparticles on self-assembled, zinc-induced tubulin macrotubes and sheets.
    Behrens S, Habicht W, Wenzel W, Böhm KJ
    J Nanosci Nanotechnol 2009, 9(12), 6858-65
  • A lytic enzyme cocktail from Streptomyces sp. B578 for the control of lactic and acetic acid bacteria in wine.
    Blättel V, Wirth K, Claus H, Schlott B, Pfeiffer P, König H
    Appl Microbiol Biotechnol 2009, 83(5), 839-48
  • Klotho is a substrate for alpha-, beta- and gamma-secretase.
    Bloch* L, Sineshchekova O, Reichenbach D, Reiss K, Saftig P, Kuro-o M, Kaether C
    FEBS Lett 2009, 583(19), 3221-4 * equal contribution
  • Steady state microtubules and GTP hydrolysis.
    Böhm KJ
    Eur J Cell Biol Suppl 2009, 88(Suppl 1), SE2-24
  • A highly conserved retinoic acid responsive element controls wt1a expression in the zebrafish pronephros.
    Bollig F, Perner B, Besenbeck B, Köthe S, Ebert C, Taudien S, Englert C
    Development 2009, 136(17), 2883-92
  • Sequence-specific physical properties of African green monkey alpha-satellite DNA contribute to centromeric heterochromatin formation.
    Bussiek M, Hoischen C, Diekmann S, Bennink ML
    J Struct Biol 2009, 167(1), 36-46