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Journal Article (18)

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    Beinker, P.; Schlee, S.; Groemping, Y.; Seidel, R.; Reinstein, J.: The N terminus of ClpB from Thermus thermophilus is not essential for the chaperone activity. The Journal of Biological Chemistry 277 (49), pp. 47160 - 47166 (2002)
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    Kulik, V.; Weyand, M.; Seidel, R.; Niks, D.; Arac, D.; Dunn, M. F.; Schlichting, I.: On the role of αThr183 in the allosteric regulation and catalytic mechanism of tryptophan synthase. Journal of Molecular Biology (London) 324 (4), pp. 677 - 690 (2002)
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    Wiesner, S.; Stier, G.; Sattler, M.; Macias, M. J.: Solution structure and ligand recognition of the WW domain pair of the yeast splicing factor Prp40. Journal of Molecular Biology (London) 324 (4), pp. 807 - 822 (2002)
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    Zerbe, K.; Pylypenko, O.; Vitali, F.; Zhang, W.; Rouse, S.; Heck, M.; Vrijbloed, J. W.; Bischoff, D.; Bister, B.; Süssmuth, R. D. et al.; Pelzer, S.; Wohlleben, W.; Robinson, J. A.; Schlichting, I.: Crystal structure of OxyB, a cytochrome P450 implicated in an oxidative phenol coupling reaction during vancomycin biosynthesis. The Journal of Biological Chemistry 277 (49), pp. 47476 - 47485 (2002)
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    Richter, K.; Reinstein, J.; Buchner, J.: N-terminal residues regulate the catalytic efficiency of the Hsp90 ATPase cycle. The Journal of Biological Chemistry 277 (47), pp. 44905 - 44910 (2002)
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    Schlee, S.; Reinstein, J.: The DnaK/ClpB chaperone system from Thermus thermophilus. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences 59 (10), pp. 1598 - 1606 (2002)
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    Shoeman, R. L.; Hartig, R.; Berthel, M.; Traub, P.: Deletion Mutagenesis of the Amino−Terminal Head Domain of Vimentin Reveals Dispensability of Large Internal Regions for Intermediate Filament Assembly and Stability. Experimental Cell Research 279 (2), pp. 344 - 353 (2002)
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    Kellenberger, E.; Stier, G.; Sattler, M.: Induced folding of the U2AF35 RRM upon binding to U2AF65. FEBS Letters 528 (1), pp. 171 - 176 (2002)
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    Fiegen, D.; Blumenstein, L.; Stege, P.; Vetter, I. R.; Ahmadian, M. R.: Crystal structure of Rnd3/RhoE: functional implications. FEBS Letters 525 (1), pp. 100 - 104 (2002)
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    Shoeman, R. L.; Hartig, R.; Hauses, C.; Traub, P.: Organization of focal adhesion plaques is disrupted by action of die HIV−1 protease. Cell Biology International 26 (6), pp. 529 - 539 (2002)
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    Camacho, A. G.; Misselwitz, R.; Behlke, J.; Ayora, S.; Welfle, K.; Meinhart, A.; Lara, B.; Saenger, W.; Welfle, H.; Alonso, J. C.: In vitro and in vivo stability of the ε2ζ2 protein complex of the broad host−range Streptococcus pyogenes pSM19035 addiction system. Biological Chemistry Hoppe-Seyler 383 (11), pp. 1701 - 1713 (2002)
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    Spors, H.; Grinvald, A.: Spatio-temporal dynamics of odor representations in the mammalian olfactory bulb. Neuron 34 (2), pp. 301 - 315 (2002)
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    Reinstein, J.; Schlichting, I.: Mechanism, specificity and inhibition of nucleotide kinases. Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society 223, pp. 31 - 32 (2002)
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    Lapouge, K.; Smith, S. J. M.; Groemping, Y.; Rittinger, K.: Architecture of the p40-p47-p67phox complex in the resting state of the NADPH oxidase. A central role for p67phox. The Journal of Biological Chemistry 277 (12), pp. 10121 - 10128 (2002)
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    Weyand, M.; Schlichting, I.; Herde, P.; Marabotti, A.; Mozzarelli, A.: Crystal structure of the beta Ser178--> Pro mutant of tryptophan synthase. A "knock-out" allosteric enzyme. The Journal of Biological Chemistry 277 (12), pp. 10653 - 10660 (2002)
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    Weyand, M.; Schlichting, I.; Marabotti, A.; Mozzarelli, A.: Crystal structures of a new class of allosteric effectors complexed to tryptophan synthase. The Journal of Biological Chemistry 277 (12), pp. 10647 - 10652 (2002)
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    Groot, M.-L.; Vos, M. H.; Schlichting, I.; van Mourik, F.; Joffre, M.; Lambry, J.-C.; Martin, J.-L.: Coherent infrared emission from myoglobin crystals: An electric field measurement. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 99 (3), pp. 1323 - 1328 (2002)
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    Buniatian, G. H.; Hartmann, H.; Traub, P.; Wiesinger, H.; Albinus, M.; Nagel, W.; Shoeman, R. L.; Mecke, D.; Weser, U.: Glial fibrillary acidic protein−positive cells of the kidney are capable of raising a protective biochemical barrier similar to astrocytes: Expression of metallothionein in podocytes. The Anatomical Record 267 (4), pp. 206 - 306 (2002)

Book Chapter (1)

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    Lavie, A.; Konrad, M.; Goody, R. S.; Reinstein, J.; Schlichting, I.: Thymidylate Kinase. In: Wiley Encyclopedia of Molecular Medicine, 5 Volume Set, pp. 3148 - 3151 (Eds. Kazazian, H. H.; Klein, G.; Moser, H. W.). John Wiley & Sons Inc., New York (2002)
 
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