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Alberti, Gerd [Prof.]
(mit C.Blaszak) Further observations on spermatozoa in gamasid mites. In: The Acari. Ed. by D.Kropczynska et al. Warszawa 1995, S. 15--22
(u.a.) Fine structure of trichobothria in moss mites (Oribatida): Ebda S. 23--30
Comparative spermatology of Chelicerata. In: Advances in Spermatozoal Phylogeny and Taxonomy. Ed. by B.G.Jamieson et al. (Mém. Mus.Roy.Hist.Nat. ; 166). Brussels 1995, S. 203--230
(u.a.) Content, absorption quantities and intracellular storage sites of heavy metals in Diplopoda (Arthropoda). In: Biometals 8 (1995) 37--46
(u.a.) Impact of heavy metals on mass and energy flux within the decomposition process in deciduous forests. In: Ecotoxicology 4 (1995) 114--137
(mit V.Storch) Elytra of Iphione muricata (Savigny) : a reinterpretation of its architecture based on TEM. In: Mitt.Hamb.Zool.Mus.Inst. 92, Erg.-Bd. (1995) 55--60

Almers, Wolfhard [Prof.]
(mit M.Lindau) Structure and function of fusion pores in exocytosis and ectoplasmic membrane fusion. In: Current Opinion in Biology 7 (1995) 509--517
(u.a.) Docked granules, the exocytic burst, and the need for ATP hydrolysis in endocrine cells. In: Neuron 15 (1995) 1085--1096

Bautz, Ekkehard K.F. [Prof.]
(u.a.) Coding strategy of the S and M genomic segments of a hantavirus representing a new subtype of the Puumala serotype. In: Arch.Virol. 140 (1995) 2011--2026
(u.a.) Characterization of the epitope recognized by a monoclonal antibody directed against the largest subunit of Drosophila RNA polymerase II. In: Biol.Chem.Hoppe-Seyler 376 (1995) 473--481
(u.a.) Seroprevalence of Hantavirus antibodies in Germany as determined by a new recombinant enzyme immunoassay. In: Eur.J.Clin.Microbiol.Infect.Dis. 14 (1995) 305--313
(u.a.) Comparison of the clinical and serologic diagnosis of haemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome and leptospirosis. In: Eur.J.Epidemiol. 11 (1995) 1--2
(u.a.) Mapping of linear epitopes recognized by monoclonal antibodies with gene-fragment phage display libraries. In: Molec.Gen.Genet. 249 (1995) 425--431
(u.a.) Sites in the core antigen of hepatitis B-virus allowing insertion of foreign epitopes. In: Vaccines 95. Ed. by R.M.Channock et al. Cold Spring Harbor 1995, S. 301--308

Bautz, Friedlinde [Prof.]
(mit M.Blüthner) The PM/Scl antigens. In: Manual of Biological Markers of Disease. Ed. by A.W. van Venrooij et al. B 5, 4. Dordrecht 1995, S. 1--17

Behnke, Heinz-Dietmar [Prof.]
Sieve-element characters of the Proteaceae and Elaeagnaceae : nuclear crystals, phloem proteins and sieve-element plastids. In: Botanica Acta 108 (1995) 514--524
P-type sieve element plastids and the systematics of the Arales (sensu Cronquist 1988) with S-type plastids in Pistia. In: Plant Syst.Evol. 195 (1995) 87--119
Sieve-element plastids, phloem proteins, and the evolution of the Ranunculanae. In: Systematics and Evolution of the Ranunculiflorae. Ed. by U.Jensen and J.W.Kadereit (Plant Systematics and Evolution : Suppl. ; 9). Berlin 1995, S. 25--37
Progress in Botany. Vol. 56. Berlin 1995. XVII,471 S.

Beiderbeck, Rolf [Prof.]
Die Pflanzengalle : ein Aktionsfeld für Organismen. In: Biologie in unserer Zeit 25 (1995) 185--196
(mit D.Ihrig) In vitro culture of ``Wirrzopf'' tissue of Salix alba L. In: Plant Physiol. 145 (1995) 178--180

Beyreuther, Konrad [Prof.]
(u.a.) Cognitive and motor function in transgenic mice carrying excess copies of the 695 and 751 amino acids isoforms of the amyloid precursor protein gene. In: Alzheimer's Research 1 (1995) 5--14
(mit C.L.Masters) Neurodegeneration and dementia : Alzheimer's disease as a model. In: Arzneimittelforschung 45 (1995) 347--350
(u.a.) Age-associated memory impairment and Alzheimer's disease : only time will tell the difference: Ebda S. 394--397
(mit C.L.Masters) Molecular neuropathology of Alzheimer's disease: Ebda S. 410--412
(u.a.) Intracellular production of &bA4 amyloid of Alzheimer's disease : modulation by phosphoramidon and lack of coupling to the secretion of the amyloid precursor protein. In: Biochemistry 34 (1995) 8091--8098
(u.a.) Candidate &g-secretases in the generation of the carboxyl terminus of the Alzheimer's disease &bA4 amyloid : possible involvement of cathepsin D: Ebda S. 14185--14192
(u.a.) APP with Kunitz type protease inhibitor domain correlates with neuritic plaque density but not with cortical synaptophysin immunoreactivity in Alzheimer's disease and non-demented aged subjects. In: Clin.Neuropathol. 14 (1995) 142--149
(u.a.) A single amino acid in amyloid precursor protein protects rodents against &bA4-amyloid formation. In: EMBO J. 14 (1995) 4932--4938
(u.a.) Structure of amyloid A4-(1-40)-peptide of Alzheimer's disease. In: Eur.J.Biochem. 233 (1995) 293--298
(u.a.) Expression of the amyloid precursor protein of Alzheimer's disease on the surface of transfected HeLa cells. In: Exp.Cell Res. 220 (1995) 474--481
(u.a.) Two-dimensional gel mapping of the processing of the human amyloid precursor protein in rat hippocampal neurons. In: FEBS Letters 368 (1995) 363--366
(u.a.) Extracellular matrix influences the biogenesis of amyloid precursor protein in microglial cells. In: J.Biol.Chem. 270 (1995) 7104--7110
(u.a.) Proteolytic processing of the &bA4 amyloid precursor protein of Alzheimer's disease in human platelets: Ebda S. 14140--14147
(u.a.) Inhibition of &bA4 production by specific modulation of &b secretase activity. In: J. of Molecular Neuroscience 6 (1995) 23--32
(u.a.) Affinity purification of proteoglycans that bind to the amyloid protein precursor of Alzheimer's disease. In: J.Neurochem. 65 (1995) 2201--2208
(u.a.) Intracellular routing of human amyloid protein precursor : axonal delivery followed by transport to the dendrites. In: J.Neurosci.Res. 41 (1995) 121--128
(u.a.) A synthetic substrate assay for the gamma-secretase of the &bA4 amyloid of Alzheimer's disease. In: J. of Peptide Science 1 (1995) 132--139
(u.a.) Überlegungen zur Diagnostik der Alzheimer Demenz. In: Münch.Med.Wschr. 137 (1995) 816--820
(u.a.) The amplifying effect of &b-amyloid on cellular calcium signalling is reduced in Alzheimer's disease. In: Neuro-Report 6 (1995) 1199--1202
(u.a.) Cells from peripheral tissues that exhibit high APP expression are characterized by their high membrane fusion activity. In: Neurodegeneration 4 (1995) 51--59
(u.a.) Molecular neuropathology in the causation of Alzheimer's disease. In: Neuropsychiatry in Old Age. Ed. by C.Stefanis et al. Göttingen 1995, S. 43--54
(u.a.) Proteolytic processing of amyloid protein precursor of Alzheimer's disease. In: Peptidases and Neuropeptide Processing. Ed. by A.I.Smith (Methods in Neurosciences ; 23). San Diego 1995, S. 317--327
(u.a.) Diagnose- und Suszeptibilitätsmarker der Alzheimer-Krankheit. In: Psycho 21 (1995) 122--126

Bopp, Martin [em.Prof.]
(mit I.Capesius) New aspects of the systematics of bryophytes. In: Naturwissenschaften 82 (1995) 193--194

Bujard, Hermann [Prof.]
(mit M.Gossen) Efficacy of tetracycline-controlled gene expression is influenced by cell type. In: Biotechniques 19 (1995) 4--5
(u.a.) Plasmodium falciparum : variations within the C-terminal region of merozoite surface antigen-1. In: Exp.Parasitol. 81 (1995) 47--54
(u.a.) A direct and rapid sequencing strategy for the Plasmodium falciparum antigen gene gp190/MSA1. In: Molec.Biochem.Parasitol. 73 (1995) 241--244
(u.a.) Co-regulation of two gene activities by tetracycline via a bidirectional promoter. In: Nucl.Acids Res. 23 (1995) 3605--3606
(u.a.) Tightly regulated and inducible expression of dominant interfering dynamin mutant in stably transformed HeLa cells. In: Proteins Involved in Transport. Ed. by W.E.Balch et al. (Small GTPases and Their Regulators ; C -- Methods in Enzymology ; 257). New York 1995, S. 209--220
(u.a.) Transcriptional activation by tetracycline in mammalian cells. In: Science 268 (1995) 1766--1769
(u.a.) Tetracycline-regulated gene expression following direct gene transfer into mouse skeletal muscle. In: Somat.Cell Molec.Genet. 21 (1995) 233--240
(u.a.) Identification of mammalian cell clones exhibiting highly regulated expression from inducible promoters. In: Trends in Genetics 11 (1995) 219--220

Bukau, Bernd [Priv.Doz.]
(u.a.) Escherichia coli FtsH is a membrane-bound, ATP-dependent protease which degrades the heat-shock transcription factor &s^{32}. In: EMBO J. 14 (1995) 2551--2560
(u.a.) Conserved ATPase and luciferase refolding activities between bacteria and yeast HSP70 chaperones and modulators. In: FEBS Letters 368 (1995) 435--440
(u.a.) The DnaK chaperone system of E. coli : quaternary structures and interactions of the DnaK and GrpE components. In: J.Biol.Chem. 270 (1995) 2183--2189
(u.a.) Nucleotide induced conformational changes in the ATPase and substrate binding domains of the DnaK chaperone provide evidence for interdomain communication: Ebda S. 16903--16910
(u.a.) The role of ATP in the functional cycle of the DnaK chaperone system. In: J.Molec.Biol. 249 (1995) 126--137

Capesius, Ingrid [Prof.]
(u.a.) The origin of land plants : phylogenetic relationships among charophytes, bryophytes, and vascular plants inferred from complete small-subunit ribosomal RNA gene sequences. In: J.Molec.Evol. 41 (1995) 74--84
A molecular phylogeny of bryophytes based on the nuclear encoded 18S rRNA genes. In: J.Plant Physiol. 146 (1995) 59--63
(mit M.Bopp) New aspects of the systematics of bryophytes. In: Naturwissenschaften 82 (1995) 193--194

Clayton, Christine Elizabeth [Prof.]
(u.a.) Function of N-terminal import signals in trypanosome microbodies. In: FEBS Letters 360 (1995) 310--314
(mit J.Blattner) The 3'-untranslated regions from the Trypanosoma brucei phosphoglycerate kinase genes mediate developmental regulation. In: Gene 162 (1995) 153--156
(u.a.) Protein trafficking in kinetoplastid protozoa. In: Microbiol.Rev. 59 (1995) 325--344
(u.a.) Role of 3'-untranslated regions in developmental regulation of hexose transporter mRNAs in Trypanosoma brucei. In: Mol.Biochem.Parasitol. 75 (1995) 1--14
(mit E.Wirtz) Inducible gene expression in trypanosomes mediated by a prokaryotic repressor. In: Science 268 (1995) 1179--1183
The cell biology of diseases. In: Trends in Microbiology 3 (1995) 39--40

Dobberstein, Bernhard [Prof.]
(u.a.) The protein-conducting channel in the membrane of the endoplasmic reticulum is open laterally toward the lipid bilayer. In: Cell 81 (1995) 207--214
(u.a.) A complex of the signal sequence binding protein and the SRP RNA promotes translocation of nascent proteins. In: EMBO J. 14 (1995) 5485--5493
(u.a.) Signal sequence processing in rough microsomes. In: J.Biol.Chem. 270 (1995) 19873--19878
(u.a.) Interference of distinct invariant chain regions with superantigen contact area and antigenic peptide binding groove of HLA-DR. In: J.Immunol. 155 (1995) 4757--4765

Dröge, Wulf [Prof.]
(u.a.) Thiols and the immune system : effect of N-acetylcysteine on T cell system in human subjects. In: Biothiols, A. Ed. by L.Packer (Methods in Enzymology ; 251). New York 1995, S. 255--270
(u.a.) Effects of thioredoxin on activation of transcription factor NF-kappa B. In: Biothiols, B. Ed. by L.Packer (Methods in Enzymology ; 252). San Diego 1995, S. 253--264
(u.a.) HIV-1 Tat potentiates TNF-induced NF-kappa B activation and cytotoxicity by alterating the cellular redox state. In: EMBO J. 14 (1995) 546--554
(u.a.) IL-2 gene expression and NF-KB activation through CD28 requires reactive oxygen production by 5-lipoxygenase: Ebda S. 3731--3740
(u.a.) Hydrogen peroxide as a potent activator of T lymphocyte functions. In: Eur.J.Immunol. 25 (1995) 159--165
(u.a.) Modulation of transcription factor NF kappa B activity by intracellular glutathione levels and by variations of the extracellular cysteine supply. In: FASEB J. 9 (1995) 246--252
(u.a.) Lymphocyte subpopulations and concentrations of soluble CD8 and CD4 antigen after anaerobic training. In: Internat.J.Sports Med. 16 (1995) 117--121
(u.a.) Thioredoxin as a patent costimulus of cytokine expression. In: J.Immunol. 156 (1995) 765--771
(u.a.) Requirement of an ICE/CED-3 protease for Fas/APO-1-mediated apoptosis. In: Nature 375 (1995) 81--83
(u.a.) Hinweise auf einen Glutathionmangel bei Krebserkrankungen. In: Oxidativer Stress in der Kinderheilkunde. Hrsg. von H.Böhles. Berlin 1995, S. 251--263

Erbar, Claudia [Priv.Doz.]
Das Inselsyndrom : Besiedlung ozeanischer Inseln durch Blütenpflanzen. Heidelberg 1995. 20 S. (Schriftenreihe des Zoolog. Museums der Univ. Heidelberg)
(mit P.Leins) Das frühe Differenzierungsmuster in den Blüten von Saruma henryi Oliv. (Aristolochiaceae). In: Botan.Jb.Syst. 117 (1995) 365--376
On the floral development of Sphenoclea zeylanica (Sphenocleaceae, Campanulales) : SEM-investigations on herbarium material: Ebda S. 469--483
(mit P.Leins) Portioned pollen release and the syndromes of secondary pollen presentation in the Campanulales-Asterales-complex. In: Flora 190 (1995) 323--338

Faissner, Andreas [Priv.Doz.]
(u.a.) An analysis of astrocyte cell lines with different abilities to promote axon growth. In: Brain Res. 689 (1995) 207--223
(u.a.) Cell and matrix specialisations of rhombomere boundaries. In: Developm.Dyn. 204 (1995) 301--315
(u.a.) Up-regulation of a chondroitin sulfate epitope during regeneration of mouse sciatic nerve. In: Eur. J. of Neuroscience 7 (1995) 792--804
(mit D.Steindler) Boundaries and inhibitory molecules in developing neural tissues. In: Glia 13 (1995) 233--254
(u.a.) Significance of tenascin serum level as tumor marker in primary colorectal carcinoma. In: Internat.J.Cancer 60 (1995) 65--69
(u.a.) Increased axon regeneration in astrocytes grown in the presence of proteogycan synthesis inhibitors. In: J. Cell Sci. 108 (1995) 1307--1315
(u.a.) Gliosis and axonal sprouting in the hippocampus of epileptic rats are associated with an increase of tenascin-C immunoreactivity. In: J.Neurocytol. 24 (1995) 611--624
(u.a.) Tenascin-knockout mice : barrels, boundary molecules, and glial scars. In: J.Neurosci. 15 (1995) 1971--1983
(u.a.) Focal brain injury results in the upregulation of a developmentally-regulated extracellular matrix protein. In: J.Neurosurg. 82 (1995) 106--112
(mit M.Schachner) Tenascin and janusin : glial recognition molecules involved in neural pattern formation and regeneration. In: Neuroglia. Ed. by H.Kettenmann and B.R.Ransom. Oxford 1995, S. 411--426
(u.a.) The tenascin gene family : versatile glycoproteins implicated in neural pattern formation and regeneration. In: Seminars in Developmental Biology 6 (1995) 139--148

Franke, Werner W. [Prof.]
(u.a.) Maintenance of cell-type-specific cytoskeletal character in epithelial cells out of epithelial context : cytokeratins and other cytoskeletal proteins in the rests of Malassez of the periodontal ligament. In: Differentiation 59 (1995) 113--126
(u.a.) The widespread human dismocollin Dsc2 and tissue-specific patterns of synthesis of various desmocollin subtypes. In: Eur.J.Cell Biol. 66 (1995) 69--74
(u.a.) Truncation mutagenesis of the non-alpha-helical carboxyterminal tail domain of vimentin reveals contributions to cellular localization but not to filament assembly: Ebda S. 136--150
(u.a.) High content of a nuclear pore complex protein in cytoplasmic annulate lamellae of Xenopus oocytes: Ebda 68 (1995) 240--255
(u.a.) The protein complexity of the cytoskeleton of bovine and human sperm heads : the identification and characterization of cylicin II. In: Exp. Cell Res. 218 (1995) 174--182
(u.a.) Molecular nature of calicin, a major basic protein of the mammalian sperm head cytoskeleton: Ebda 219 (1995) 407--413
(u.a.) Continual assembly of half-desmosomal structures in the absence of cell contacts and their frustrated endocytosis. In: J.Cell Biol. 131 (1995) 745--760
(u.a.) Bovine desmocollin genes cluster on chromosome 24q21/q22. In: Mammalian Genome 6 (1995) 484--486
(u.a.) Contactus adhaerens, a special type of plaque-bearing adhering junction containing M-cadherin, in the granule cell layer of the cerebellar glomerulus. In: Proc.Natl.Acad.Sci.USA 92 (1995) 6022--6026
(u.a.) Increased numbers of cytokeratin-positive interstital reticulum cells in reactive, inflammatory and neoplastic lymphadenopathies : hyperplasia or induced expression? In: Virchows Arch. 425 (1995) 617--629

Gehring, Ulrich [Prof.]
(u.a.) A novel phospholipase A_{2} from human placenta. In: Biochem.J. 311 (1995) 147--153
(u.a.) Signal transduction pathways leading to arachidonic acid release from neutrophilic HL-60 cells : involvement of G protein, protein kinase C, and phospholipase A_{2}. In: Cellular Signalling 7 (1995) 351--364
Structure of the nonactivated glucocorticoid receptor and activation to DNA binding. In: Glucocorticoid Receptor Structure and Leukemic Cell Responses. Ed. by B.Gametchu. Austin, Texas 1995, S. 33--56
(mit B.Segnitz) Subunit structure of the nonactivated human estrogen receptor. In: Proc.Natl.Acad.Sci.USA 92 (1995) 2179--2183
(mit M.Zeiner) A protein that interacts with members of the nuclear hormone receptor family : identification and cDNA cloning: Ebda S. 11465--11469

Gissmann, Lutz [Prof.]
(mit E.Stockfleth) Human papillomavirus and immunosuppression. In: Global Challenge of AIDS. Ed. by Y.Shiokawa and T.Kitamura. Basel 1995, S. 113--122
(u.a.) Antibodies to the E4, E6, and E7 proteins of human papillomavirus type 16 in patients with HPV-associated diseases and in the normal population. In: J.Invest.Dermatol. 104 (1995) 138--141
(u.a.) Papillomavirus capsid binding and uptake by cells from different tissues and species. In: J.Virol. 69 (1995) 948--954
(u.a.) Sequences required for the nuclear targeting and accumulation of human papillomavirus type 6b L2 protein. In: Virology 213 (1995) 321--327
(u.a.) Early phase in the infection of cultured cells with papillomavirus particles: Ebda 214 (1995) 167--176

Grummt, Ingrid [Prof.]
(mit J.Heix) Species specificity of transcription by RNA polymerase I. In: Current Opinion in Genetics and Development 5 (1995) 652--656
(u.a.) Different domains of the murine RNA polymerase I-specific termination factor mTTF-I serve distinct functions in transcription termination. In: EMBO J. 14 (1995) 1248--1256
(u.a.) DNA-dependent protein kinase : a potent inhibitor of transcription by RNA polymerase I. In: Genes and Development 9 (1995) 193--203
(u.a.) Activation of mammalian ribosomal gene transcription requires phosphorylation of the nucleolar transcription factor UBF. In: Nucl. Acids Res. 23 (1995) 2593--2599
(mit R.Evers) Molecular coevolution of mammalian ribosomal gene terminator sequences and the transcription termination factor TTF-I. In: Proc.Natl.Acad.Sci.USA 92 (1995) 5827--5831

Herrmann, Richard [Prof.]
(u.a.) The proline-rich P65 protein of Mycoplasma pneumoniae is a component of the Triton X-100-insoluble fraction and exhibits size polymorphism in the strains M129 and FH. In: J.Bacteriol. 177 (1995) 3370--3378

Holmes, Kenneth Charles [Prof.]
(u.a.) Normal modes as refinement parameters for the f-actin model. In: Biophys.J. 68 (1995) 5--12
(u.a.) The uses of filter cryo-electron microscopy to reveal details of the actomyosin interaction: Ebda 68, Suppl. (1995) 349s
The actomyosin interaction and its control by tropomyosin: Ebda 68, Suppl. 4 (1995) 2 S--5 S
(mit W.Kabsch) The actin fold. In: FASEB J. 9 (1995) 167--174
(u.a.) An atomic model of the unregulated thin filament obtained by X-ray fiber diffraction on oriented actin-tropomyosin gels. In: J.Molec.Biol. 246 (1995) 108--119 [Erratum: Ebda 249 (1995) 509]
Solving the structure of macromolecular complexes with the help of X-ray fiber diffraction diagrams. In: J.Struct.Biol. 115 (1995) 151--158

Huttner, Wieland B. [Prof.]
(mit S.Natori) Helper proteins for neuroendocrine secretion. In: Current Biology 5 (1995) 242--245
(u.a.) Synaptotagmin I- and II-deficient PC12 cells exhibit calcium-independent, depolarization-induced neurotransmitter release from synaptic-like microvesicles. In: FEBS Letters 364 (1995) 328--334
(u.a.) Biogenesis of secretory granules and synaptic vesicles. In: Molecules and Cell Biological Aspects of Gastroenteropancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumor Disease. Ed. by B.Wiedemann et al. (Annals of the New York Acad. of Sciences ; 733). New York 1995, S. 233--244
(u.a.) A role for phosphatidylinositol transfer protein in secretory vesicle formation. In: Nature 377 (1995) 544--547
(u.a.) Neurosecretory vesicles can be hybrids of synaptic vesicles and secretory granules. In: Proc.Natl.Acad.Sci.USA 92 (1995) 7342--7346
Blitzschnelle Boten. In: Ruperto Carola 1995, H. 1, S. 16--21

Knoop, Bernd [Akad.Rat]
(mit R.Schröder) An oligosaccharide growth factor in plant suspension cultures. In: J.Plant Physiol. 146 (1995) 139--147

Lehmann, Volker [Priv.Doz.]
(u.a.) HIV-1 Tat potentiates TNF-induced NF-kappa B activation and cytotoxicity by alterating the cellular redox state. In: EMBO J. 14 (1995) 546--554

Leins, Peter [Prof.]
(mit C.Erbar) Das frühe Differenzierungsmuster in den Blüten von Saruma henryi Oliv. (Aristolochiaceae). In: Botan.Jb.Syst. 117 (1995) 365--376
(mit C.Erbar) Portioned pollen release and the syndromes of secondary pollen presentation in the Campanulales-Asterales-complex. In: Flora 190 (1995) 323--338
(u.a.) Bibliotheca Botanica. Bd. 144 und 145. Stuttgart 1995

Leitz, Thomas [Hochschuldoz.]
(mit M.Lay) Metamorphosin A is a neuropeptide. In: Roux's Arch.Developm.Biol. 204 (1995) 276--279

Lüddens, Hartmut [Akad.Rat]
(mit E.R.Korpi) GABA antagonists differentiation between recombinant GABAA/benzodiazepine receptor subtypes. In: J.Neurosci. 15 (1995) 6957--6962
(mit E.R.Korpi) Biological function of GABAA/benzodiazepine receptor heterogeneity. In: J.Psychiatr.Res. 29 (1995) 77--94
(u.a.) Selective antagonist for the cerebellar granule cell-specific y-aminobutyric acid type A receptor. In: Molec.Pharmacol. 47 (1995) 283--289
(u.a.) GABAA/benzodiazepine receptor heterogeneity : neurophysiological implications. In: Neuropharmacology 34 (1995) 245--254

Marks, Friedrich [Prof.]
(u.a.) Protein kinase C delta accepts GTP for autophosphorylation. In: Biochem.Biophys.Res.Commun. 206 (1995) 614--620
(u.a.) Differential expression of prostaglandin-H synthase isoenzymes in normal and activated keratinocytes in vivo and in vitro. In: Biochem.J. 309 (1995) 263--269
(u.a.) Lack of an effect of novel inhibitors with high specificity for protein kinase C on the action of the phorbol ester 12-O-tetradecanoylphorbol-13-acetate on mouse skin in vivo. In: Carcinogenesis 16 (1995) 107--111
(mit G.Fürstenberger) Tumor promotion in skin. In: Chemical Induction of Cancer. Ed. by J.C.Arcos et al. Basel 1995, S. 125--160
Note on multistage carcinogenesis in other organs and in vitro: Ebda S. 180--183
Note on tumor promoters, cocarcinogens, and nongenotoxic carcinogens: Ebda S. 183--184
(u.a.) Chemical cancerogenesis : definition of frequently used terms: Ebda S. 227--233
(mit G.Fürstenberger) Aspirin : verhindert eine Kopfschmerztablette Krebs? In: Current Cancer Research 1995, S. 57--62
(u.a.) Loss of protein kinase C delta from human HaCaT keratinocytes upon ras transfection is mediated by TGF alpha. In: Exp. Cell Res. 219 (1995) 299--303
(u.a.) Protein kinase C delta-specific phosphorylation of the elongation factor eEF-alpha and an eEF-1 alpha peptide at threonine 431. In: J.Biol.Chem. 270 (1995) 6156--6162
(mit G.Fürstenberger) Lipid mediators : signal transduction and transport [meeting report]. In: J.Cancer Res.Clin.Oncol. 121 (1995) 434--438
The network of intracellular signal processing as a main site of cellular responses in toxicity. In: Modulation of Cellular Response in Toxicity. Ed. by C.L.Galli et al. (NATO ASI Series ; H 93). Berlin 1995, S. 191--221
(u.a.) Differential expression of prostaglandin H synthase isozymes during multistage carcinogenesis in mouse epidermis. In: Molec.Carcinogen. 12 (1995) 31--41
(u.a.) 12-lipoxygenase isoenzymes in mouse skin tumor development: Ebda 14 (1995) 118--129
(mit M.Gschwendt) Protein kinase C and skin tumor promotion. In: Mutation Research 333 (1995) 161--172
(u.a.) Mechanisms in tumor promotion : guidance for risk assessment and cancer chemoprevention. In: Toxicology Letters 82 (1995) 907--917

Moeller, Heinz F. [Prof.]
Afrikas Nashörner. Heidelberg 1995. 18 S. (Schriftenreihe des Zoolog. Museums der Univ. Heidelberg)

Monyer, Hannelore [Priv.Doz.]
(mit B.Lambolez) Molecular biology and physiology at the single-cell level. In: Current Opinion in Neurobiology 5 (1995) 382--387
(u.a.) Differential expression of AMPA receptor subunits in NOS-positive neurons of cortex, striatum, and hippocampus. In: J.Neurosci. 15 (1995) 7046--7061
(u.a.) The NMDA receptor channel : molecular design of a coincidence detector. In: Laurentian Hormone Conference. Ed. by C.W.Bardin (Recent Progress in Hormone Research ; 50). San Diego 1995, S. 19--34
(u.a.) Relative abundance of subunit mRNAs determines gating and Ca^{2+} permeability of AMPA receptors in principal neurons and interneurons in rat CNS. In: Neuron 15 (1995) 193--204
(u.a.) Glutamate receptor channels in CNS : molecular and functional aspects. In: Puberty : Basic and Clinical Aspects. Ed. by C.Bergadà and J.A.Moguilevsky (Ares Serono Symp. Publ. ; 10) 1995, S. 183--191

Müller, Werner A. [Prof.]
Entwicklungsbiologie : eine Einführung in die klassische und molekulare Entwicklungsbiologie von Mensch und Tier. Stuttgart 1995. XIV,281 S. (Uni-Taschenbücher ; 1780)
Abwehr artgleicher Raumkonkurrenten bei Hydractinia echinata. Film V2875-C1907. Göttingen 1995
Competition for factors and cellular resources as a principle of pattern formation in Hydra. I: Increase of the potentials for head and bud formation and rescue of the regeneration-deficient mutant reg-16 by treatment with diacylglycerol and arachidonic acid. In: Developm.Biol. 167 (1995) 159--174
Dass. II: Assistance of foot formation by heads and buds and a new model of pattern control: Ebda S. 175--189

Nassal, Michael [Priv.Doz.]
(mit A.Rieger) Specific hepatitis B virus minus-strand DNA synthesis requires only the 5'-encapsidation signal and the 3'proximal direct repeat DR1^{*}. In: J.Virol. 70 (1995) 585--590
(mit A.Rieger) Distinct requirements for primary sequence in the 5'- and 3'-part of a bulge in the hepatitis B virus RNA encapsidation signal revealed by a combined in vivo selection/in vitro amplification system. In: Nucl.Acids Res. 23 (1995) 3909--3915
(mit J.Beck) Efficient hammerhead ribozyme-mediated cleavage of the structured hepatitis B virus encapsidation in vitro and in cell extracts but not in vivo: Ebda S. 4954--4962
(u.a.) Evolutionary conservation in the hepatitis B virus core structure : comparison of human and duck cores. In: Structure 3 (1995) 1009--1020

Petersen, Gabriele [Akad.Rätin]
(u.a.) Mapping of linear epitopes recognized by monoclonal antibodies with gene-fragment phage display libraries. In: Molec.Gen.Genet. 249 (1995) 425--431

Philipson, Lennart Carl [Prof.]
(u.a.) The growth inhibitory block of TGF-B is located close to the GI/S border in the cell cycle. In: Exp.Cell Res. 217 (1995) 477--483
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Rommelaere, Jean [Prof.]
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Storch, Volker [Prof.]
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Zwilling, Robert [Prof.]
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