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16.02.2024

A metabolically controlled contact site between vacuoles and lipid droplets in yeast

Authors Diep DTV, Collado J, Hugenroth M, Fausten RM, Percifull L, Wälte M, Schuberth C, Schmidt O, Fernández-Busnadiego R, Bohnert M   Journal Developmental Cell   Citation Dev Cell. 2024 Feb 16:S1534-5807(24)00036-4.   Abstract The lipid droplet (LD) organization proteins Ldo16 and Ldo45 affect multiple aspects of LD biology in
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16.02.2024

Near-optimal information relay by the neuronal population of layer 4 barrel cortex

Authors Revah O, Wolf F, Gutnick MJ, Neef A Journal BioRxiv Citation bioRxiv 2024.02.15.580451. Abstract Cortical function reflects the coordinated activities of populations of neurons, which, in turn, depend on the speed with which each neuron can respond to input, as revealed by dynamic gain analysis. In Layer 4 of
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16.02.2024

RNA helicase IGHMBP2 regulates THO complex to ensure cellular mRNA homeostasis

Authors Prusty AB, Hirmer A, Sierra-Delgado JA, Huber H, Guenther UP, Schlosser A, Dybkov O, Yildirim E, Urlaub H, Meyer KC, Jablonka S, Erhard F, Fischer U   Journal Cell Reports   Citation Cell Rep. 2024 Feb 16;43(2):113802.   Abstract RNA helicases constitute a large protein family implicated in cellular
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15.02.2024

In-situ architecture of the human prohibitin complex

Authors Lange F, Ratz M, Dohrke JN, Wenzel D, Ilgen P, Riedel D, Jakobs S Journal BioRxiv Citation bioRxiv 2024.02.14.579514. Abstract Prohibitins are a highly conserved family of proteins that have been implicated in a variety of functions including mitochondrial stress signalling and housekeeping, cell cycle progression, apoptosis, lifespan regulation
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13.02.2024

Cryo-EM structures of lipidic fibrils of amyloid-β (1-40)

Authors Frieg B, Han M, Giller K, Dienemann C, Riedel D, Becker S, Andreas LB, Griesinger C, Schröder GF Journal Nature Communications Citation Nat Commun. 2024 Feb 13;15(1):1297. Abstract Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a progressive and incurable neurodegenerative disease characterized by the extracellular deposition of amyloid plaques. Investigation into the
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09.02.2024

SERCA2a microdomain cAMP changes in heart failure with preserved ejection fraction

Authors Gotthardt M, Lehnart SE   Journal Cardiovascular Research   Citation Cardiovasc Res. 2024 Feb 9:cvae030.   Abstract No abstract available.   DOI 10.1093/cvr/cvae030   Pubmed Link
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08.02.2024

Structural mechanisms of autoinhibition and substrate recognition by the ubiquitin ligase HACE1

Authors Düring J, Wolter M, Toplak JJ, Torres C, Dybkov O, Fokkens TJ, Bohnsack KE, Urlaub H, Steinchen W, Dienemann C, Lorenz S   Journal Nature Structural & Molecular Biology   Citation Nat Struct Mol Biol (2024).   Abstract Ubiquitin ligases (E3s) are pivotal specificity determinants in the ubiquitin system
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08.02.2024

Model-Based Reconstruction for Joint Estimation of T1, R∗2 and B0 Field Maps Using Single-Shot Inversion-Recovery Multi-Echo Radial FLASH

Authors Wang X, Scholand N, Tan Z, Mackner D, Telezki V, Blumenthal M, Schaten P, Uecker M Journal Arxiv Citation arXiv:2402.05366. Abstract Purpose: To develop a model-based nonlinear reconstruction for simultaneous water-specific T1, R∗2, B0 field and/or fat fraction (FF) mapping using single-shot inversion-recovery (IR) multi-echo radial FLASH. Methods: The
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07.02.2024

Characterizing ATP processing by the AAA+ protein p97 at the atomic level

Authors Shein M, Hitzenberger M, Cheng T, Rout S, Leitl K, Sato Y, Zacharias M, Sakata E, Schuetz A Journal Nature Chemistry Citation Nat. Chem. (2024). Abstract The human enzyme p97 regulates various cellular pathways by unfolding hundreds of protein substrates in an ATP-dependent manner, making it an essential component
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28.01.2024

Genome engineering of a neuronal specific, optogenetic, induced pluripotent stem cell line

Authors Schmoll KA, Mager T, Tse TP, Alameldeen A, Zimmermann WH, Zafeiriou MP Journal Stem Cell Research Citation Stem Cell Res. 2024 Jan 28;75:103317. Abstract Control of neuronal activity by optogenetic tools is increasingly explored in disease modelling and optogenetics and holds great promise for regenerative therapy. To investigate neuronal
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