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  • Spatial association of homologous pericentric regions in human lymphocyte nuclei during repair.
    Monajembashi S, Rapp A, Schmitt E, Dittmar H, Greulich KO, Hausmann M
    Biophys J 2005, 88(3), 2309-22
  • Common patterns in type II restriction enzyme binding sites.
    Nikolajewa S, Beyer A, Friedel M, Hollunder J, Wilhelm T
    Nucleic Acids Res 2005, 33(8), 2726-33
  • Expressional and functional studies of Wolframin, the gene function deficient in Wolfram syndrome, in mice and patient cells.
    Philbrook C, Fritz E, Weiher H
    Exp Gerontol 2005, 40(8-9), 671-8
  • Exploring the chemistry of uncultivated bacterial symbionts: antitumor polyketides of the pederin family.
    Piel J, Butzke D, Fusetani N, Hui D, Platzer M, Wen G, Matsunaga S
    J Nat Prod 2005, 68(3), 472-9
  • Alternatives Spleißen an NAGNAG-Motiven: kleine Ursache - große Protein-Vielfalt.
    Platzer M, Huse K, Hiller M
    Biol Unserer Zeit 2005, 35, 80-2
  • Listeria monocytogenes exploits ERM protein functions to efficiently spread from cell to cell.
    Pust* S, Morrison* H, Wehland J, Sechi AS, Herrlich P
    EMBO J 2005, 24(6), 1287-300 * equal contribution, published during change of institution
  • A unique exonic splice enhancer mutation in a family with X-linked mental retardation and epilepsy points to a novel role of the renin receptor.
    Ramser J, Abidi FE, Burckle CA, Lenski C, Toriello H, Wen G, Lubs HA, Engert S, Stevenson RE, Meindl A, Schwartz CE, Nguyen G
    Hum Mol Genet 2005, 14(8), 1019-27 published as IMB
  • Structural studies on LNA quadruplexes.
    Randazzo A, Esposito V, Ohlenschläger O, Ramachandran R, Virgilio A, Mayol L
    Nucleosides Nucleotides Nucleic Acids 2005, 24(5-7), 795-800
  • Damage in Human Cell Nuclei in Toxicology, Nutrition and Cancer: Visualization by Comet Assay and Comet-FISH.
    Rapp A, Greulich KO, Schäferhenrich A, Louise Pool-Zobel B
    In: Visions of the Cell Nucleus (edited by Hemmerich P, Diekmann S) 2005, 281-304, American Scientific Pub
  • The comet-FISH technique: a tool for detection of specific DNA damage and repair.
    Rapp A, Hausmann M, Greulich KO
    Methods Mol Biol 2005, 291, 107-19