Targeting of Membrane Proteins

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25.10.2021
Cnm1 mediates nucleus-mitochondria contact site formation in response to phospholipid levels
Eisenberg-Bord M, Zung N, Collado J, Drwesh L, Fenech EJ, Fadel A, Dezorella N, Bykov YS, Rapaport D, Fernandez-Busnadiego R, Schuldiner M
18.07.2021
Common molecular mechanisms underlie the transfer of alpha-synuclein, Tau and huntingtinand modulate spontaneous activity in neuronal cells
Brás IC, Khani MH, Vasili E, Möbius W, Riedel D, Parfentev I, Gerhardt E, Fahlbusch C, Urlaub H, Zweckstetter M, Gollisch T, Outeiro TF
17.06.2021
Concurrent axon and myelin destruction differentiates X-linked adrenoleukodystrophy from multiple sclerosis
Bergner CG, Genc N, Hametner S, Franz J, van der Meer F, Mitkovski M, Weber MS, Stoltenburg-Didinger G, Kühl JS, Köhler W, Brück W, Gärtner J, Stadelmann-Nessler C
16.06.2021
Mapping Activity-Dependent Quasi-Stationary States of Mitochondrial Membranes with Graphene-Induced Energy Transfer Imaging
Raja SO, Chizhik AI, Schmidt CF, Enderlein J, Ghosh A
06.05.2021
Tejaas: reverse regression increases power for detecting trans-eQTLs
Banerjee S, Simonetti FL, Detrois KE, Kaphle A, Mitra R, Nagial R, Söding J
26.04.2021
Pathological polyQ expansion does not alter the conformation of the Huntingtin-HAP40 complex
Huang B, Guo Q, Niedermeier ML, Cheng J, Engler T, Maurer M, Pautsch A, Baumeister W, Stengel F, Kochanek S, Fernández-Busnadiego R

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