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001 The attachment of polyribosomes to membranes of the hypocotyl of phaseolus vulgaris. Dobberstein, Bernhard and Volkmann, D. and Klämbt, D. 1974

002 Transfer of proteins across membranes I. Presence of proteolytically processed and unprocessed nascent immunoglobulin light chains on membrane-bound ribosomes of murine myeloma. Blobel, Günter and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1975

003 Transfer of Proteins across Membranes II. Reconstitution of Functional RoughMicrosomes from Heterologous Components. Blobel, Günter and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1975

004 Functional interaction of plant ribosomes with animal microsomal membranes. Dobberstein, Bernhard and Blobel, Günter 1977

005 In vitro synthesis and processing of a putative precursor for the small subunit of ribulose- 1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. Dobberstein, Bernhard and Blobel, Günter and Chua, Nam-Hai 1977

006 Interferon messenger RNA content of human fibroblasts during induction, shutoff, and superinduction of interferon production. Sehgal, Pravinkumar B. and Dobberstein, Bernhard and Tamm, Igor 1977

007 Assembly of Semliki Forest virus membrane glycoprotein in the membrane of the endoplasmic reticulum in vitro. Garoff, Henrik and Simons, Kai and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1978

008 Transfer of Proteins across Membranes Biosynthesis in vitro of Pretrypsinogen and Trypsinogen by Cell Fractions of Canine Pancreas. Scheele, George and Dobberstein, Bernhard and Blobel, Günter 1978

009 Protein transfer across microsomal membranes reassembled from separated membrane components. Warren, Graham and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1978

010 Cell-free synthesis and membrane insertion of mouse H-2Dd histocompatibility antigen and beta2-microglobulin. Dobberstein, Bernhard and Garoff, Henrik and Warren, Graham 1979

011 A Membrane Component Essential for Vectorial Translocation of Nascent Proteins across the Endoplasmic Reticulum: Requirements for Its Extraction and Reassociation with the Membrane. Meyer, David I. and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1980

012 Identification and Characterization of a Membrane Component Essential for the Translocation of Nascent Proteins across the Membrane of the Endoplasmic Reticulum. Meyer, David I. and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1980

013 Structure of C-terminal half of two H-2 antigens from cloned mRNA. Brégégère, F. and Abastado, J. P. and Kvist, S. and Rast, L. and Lalanne, J. L. and Garoff, H. and Cami, B. and Wiman, K. and Larhammer, D. and Peterson, P. A. and Gachelin, G. and Kourilsky, P. and Dobberstein, B. 1981

014 cDNA clone coding for part of a mouse H-2d major histocompatibility antigen. Kvist, S. and Brégégère, F. and Rask, L. and Cami, B. and Garoff, H. and Daniel, F. and Wiman, K. and Larhammer, D. and Abastado, J. P. and Gachelin, G. and Peterson, P. A. and Dobberstein, B. and Kourilsky, P. 1981

015 Structure and biosynthesis of histocompatibility antigens (H-2, HLA). Dobberstein, B. and Kvist, S. and Roberts, Lynne 1982

017 Membrane insertion and oligomeric assembly of HLA-DR histocompatibility antigens. Kvist, Sune and Wilman, Klas and Claesson, Lena and Peterson, Per A. and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1982

018 Secretory protein translocation across membranes - the role of the 'docking protein'. Meyer, David I. and Krause, Elke and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1982

020 Characterization of Molecules Involved in Protein Translocation Using a Specific Antibody. Meyer, David I. and Louvard, Daniel and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1982

021 Isolation and identification of a cDNA clone corresponding to an HLA-DR antigen beta-chain. Wiman, K. and Larhammar, D. and Claesson, L. and Gustafsson, K. and Schenning, L. and Bill, P. and Böhme, J. and Denaro, M. and Dobberstein, B. and Hammerling, U. and Kvist, S. and Servenius, B. and Sundelin, J. and Peterson, P. A. and Rask, L. 1982

022 Identification of an H-2Kd gene using a specific cDNA probe. Xin, J.-H. and Kvist, S. and Dobberstein, B. 1982

023 Assembly of histocompatibility antigens. Dobberstein, Bernhard and Kvist, Sune 1983

025 The organization of the 7SL RNA in the signal recognition particle. Gundelfinger, Eckart D. and Krause, Elke and Melli, Marialuisa and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1983

026 Mouse histocompatibility genes: structure and organisation of a Kd gene. Kvist, S. and Roberts, L . and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1983

027 Proteins mediating vectorial translocation: Purification of the active domain of the endoplasmic reticulum docking protein. Meyer, David I. and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1983

028 Structure of the murine Ia-associated invariant (Ii) chain as deduced from a cDNA clone. Singer, Paul A. and Lauer, Wolfgang and Dembic, Zlatko and Mayer, Werner E. and Lipp, Joachim and Koch, Norbert and Hämmerling, Günter and Klein, Jan and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1984

029 A novel in vitro transcription-translation system: accurate and efficient synthesis of single proteins from cloned DNA sequences. Stüber, Dietrich and Ibrahimi, Ibrahim and Cutler, Daniel and Dobberstein, Bernhard and Bujard, Herrmann 1984

030 Translation efficiency of zein mRNA is reduced by hybrid formation between the 5´-and 3´-untranslated region. Spena, A. and Krause, E. and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1985

031 Intracellular targeting and sorting of newly synthesized proteins. Haeuptle, Marie-Theres and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1986

033 Signal Recognition Particle-dependent Membrane Insertion of Mouse Invariant Chain: A Membrane-spanning Protein with a Cytoplasmically Exposed Amino Terminus. Lipp, Joachim and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1986

034 The membrane-spanning segment of invariant chain (I gamma) contains a potentially cleavable signal sequence. Lipp, Joachim and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1986

035 A T5 promoter-based transcription-translation system for the analysis of proteins in vitro and in vivo. Bujard, Hermann and Gentz, Reiner and Lanzer, Michael and Stueber, Dietrich and Mueller, Michael and Ibrahimi, Ibrahim and Haeuptle, Marie-Theres and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1987

036 Structure and function of the signal recognition particle (SRP). UNSPECIFIED 1987

037 Primary structure of the gene for the murine Ia antigen-associated invariant chains (Ii). An alternatively spliced exon encodes a cysteine-rich domain highly homologous to a repetitive sequence of thyroglobulin. Koch, Norbert and Lauer, Wolfgang and Habicht, Jüri and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1987

038 Signal Recognition Particle Arrests Elongation of Nascent Secretory and Membrane Proteins at Multiple Sites in a Transient Manner. Lipp, Joachim and Dobberstein, Bernhard and Haeuptle, Marie-Theres 1987

039 Disassembly and domain structure of the proteins in the signal-recognition particle. Scoulica, Efstathia and Krause, Elke and Meese, Klaus and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1987

041 An extended RNA/RNA duplex structure within the coding region of mRNA does not block translational elongation. Lingelbach, Klaus and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1988

042 Isolation and characterization of a cDNA clone encoding the 19 kDa protein of signal recognition particle (SRP): expression and binding to 7SL RNA. Lingelbach, K. and Zwieb, C. and Webb, J. R. and Marshallsay, C. and Hoben, P. J. and Walter, P. and Dobberstein, B. 1988

043 Signal and Membrane Anchor Functions Overlap in the Type II Membrane Protein IgCAT. Lipp, Joachim and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1988

044 A Tripartite Structure of the Signals that Determine Protein Insertion into the Endoplasmic Reticulum Membrane. Haeuptle, Marie-Theres and Flint, Nicholas and Gough, Nicholas M. and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1989

045 MHC class II invariant chains in antigen processing and presentation. Koch, Norbert and Lipp, Joachim and Pessara, Ulrich and Schenck, Klaus and Wraight, Christopher and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1989

046 Structural Requirements for Membrane Assembly of Proteins Spanning the Membrane Several Times. Lipp, Joachim and Flint, Nicholas and Haeuptle, Marie-Theres and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1989

047 Homology of 54K protein of signal-recognition particle, docking protein and two E. coli proteins with putative GTP-binding domains. Römisch, Karin and Webb, Jane and Herz, Joachim and Prehn, Siegfried and Frank, Rainer and Vingron, Martin and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1989

048 MHC class II-associated invariant chain contains a sorting signal for endosomal compartments. Bakke, Oddmund and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1990

049 The Signal Sequence Receptor Has a Second Subunit and IsPart of a Translocation Complex in the Endoplasmic Reticulum as Probed by Bifunctional Reagents. Görlich, Dirk and Prehn, Siegfried and Hartmann, Enno and Herz, Joachim and Otto, Albrecht and Kraft, Regine and Wiedmann, Martin and Knespel, Siegne and Dobberstein, Bernhard and Rapoport, Tom A. 1990

050 The 68 kDa protein of signal recognition particle contains a glycine-richregion also found in certain RNA-binding proteins. Herz, Joachim and Flint, Nicholas and Stanley, Keith and Frank, Rainer and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1990

051 Structure and biosynthesis of the signal-sequence receptor. Prehn, Siegfried and Herz, Joachim and Hartmann, Enno and Kurzchalia, Teymuras V. and Frank, Rainer and Römisch, Karin and Dobberstein, Bernhard and Rapoport, Tom A. 1990

052 E. coli 4.5S RNA is part of a ribonucleoprotein particle that has properties related to signal recognition particle. Ribes, Veronique and Römisch, Karin and Giner, Angelika and Dobberstein, Bernhard and Tollervey, David 1990

053 Structure and function of signal recognition particle (SRP). Römisch, Karin and Ribes, Veronique and High, Stephen and Lütcke, Henrich and Tollervey, David and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1990

054 The 54-kD Protein of Signal Recognition Particle Contains a Methionine-rich RNA Binding Domain. Römisch, Karen and Webb, Jane and Lingelbach, Klaus and Gausepohl, Heinrich and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1990

055 The Signal Sequence Interacts with the Methionine-rich Domain of the 54-kD Protein of Signal Recognition Particle. High, Stephen and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1991

056 Requirements for the Membrane Insertion of Signal-anchor Type Proteins. High, Stephen and Flint, Nicholas and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1991

057 The Identification of Proteins in the Proximity of Signal-Anchor Sequences during Their Targeting to and Insertion into the Membrane of the ER. High, Stephen and Görlich, Dirk and Wiedmann, Martin and Rapoport, Tom A. and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1991

058 Who needs peptide transporters. Dobberstein, Bernhard 1992

060 Mechanisms that determine the transmembrane disposition of proteins. High, Stephen and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1992

061 Signal-sequence recognition by an Escherichia coli ribonucleoprotein complex. Luirink, Joen and High, Stephen and Wood, Heather and Giner, Angelika and Tollervey, David and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1992

062 The methionine-rich domain of the 54 kDa subunit of signal recognition particle is sufficient for the interaction with signal sequences. Lütcke, Henrich and High, Stephen and Römisch, Karin and Ashford, Anthony J. and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1992

063 A block in degradation of MHC class II-associated invariant chain correlates with a reduction in transport from endosome carrier vesicles to the prelysosome compartment. Zachgo, Sabine and Dobberstein, Bernhard and Griffiths, Gareth 1992

064 Sec61p is Adjacent to Nascent Type I and Type II Signal-Anchor Proteins during Their Membrane Insertion. High, Stephen and Andersen, Soren S. L. and Görlich, Dirk and Hartmann, Enno and Prehn, Siegfried and Rapoport, Tom A. and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1993

065 Site-specific Photocross-linking Reveals That SecGlp and TRAM Contact Different Regions of a Membrane-inserted Signal Sequence. High, Stephen and Martoglio, Bruno and Görlich, Dirk and Andersen, Soren S. L. and Ashford, Anthony J. and Giner, Angelika and Hartmann, Enno and Prehn, Siegfried and Rapoport, Tom A. and Dobberstein, Bernhard and Brunner, Josef 1993

066 Assembly of the 68- and 72-kD Proteins of Signal Recognition Particle with 7S RNA. Lütcke, Henrich and Prehn, Siegfried and Ashford, Anthony J. and Remus, Michael and Frank, Rainer and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1993

067 Structure and function of signal recognition particle (SRP). Lütcke, Henrich and Dobberstein, Berhard 1993

068 Assembly of the 68- and 72-kD Proteins of Signal Recognition Particle with 7S RNA. Lütcke, Henrich and Prehn, Siegfried and Ashford, Anthony J. and Remus, Michael and Frank, Rainer and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1993

069 The MHC class II-associated invariant chain contains two endosomal targeting signals within its cytoplasmic tail. Pieters, Jean and Bakke, Oddmund and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1993

070 Protein transport: On the beaten pathway. Dobberstein, Bernhard 1994

071 Formation of SRP-like particle induces a conformational change in E. coli 4.5S RNA. Lentzen, Georg and Dobberstein, Bernhard and Wintermeyer, Wolfgang 1994

072 Mammalian and Escherichia coli signal recognition particles. Luirink, Joen and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1994

073 An alternative protein targeting pathway in Escherichia coli: studies on the role of FtsY. Joen, Luirink and ten Hagen-Jongman, Corinne M. and van der Weijden, Coen C. and Oudega, Bauke and High, Stephen and Dobberstein, Bernhard and Kusters, Ron 1994

074 Isolation and characterization of the intracellular MHC class II compartment. Tulp, Abraham and Verwoerd, Desirée and Dobberstein, Berhard and Ploegh, Hidde L. and Pieters, Jean 1994

075 A complex of the signal sequence binding protein and the SRP RNA promotes translocation of nascent proteins. Hauser, Stefanie and Bacher, Gerald and Dobberstein, Bernhard and Lütcke, Henrich 1995

076 Signal Sequence Processing in Rough Microsomes. Lyko, Frank and Martoglio, Bruno and Jungnickel, Berit and Rapoport, Tom A. and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1995

077 Protein insertion into the membrane of the endoplasmic reticulum: The architecture of the translocation site. Martoglio, Bruno and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1995

078 The Protein-Conducting Channel in the Membrane of the Endoplasmic Reticulum Is Open Laterally toward the Lipid Bilayer. Martoglio, Bruno and Hofmann, Michael W. and Brunner, Josef and Dobberstein, Bernhard 1995

079 Interference of Distinct Invariant Chain Regions with Superantigen Contact Area and Antigenic Peptide Binding Groove of HLA-DR. Vogt, Anne B. and Stern, Lawrence J. and Amshoff, Christine and Dobberstein, Bernhard and Hämmerling, Günter J. and Kropshofer, Harald 1995

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