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001 The attachment of polyribosomes to membranes of the hypocotyl of phaseolus vulgaris. Dobberstein, Bernhard ; Volkmann, D. ; 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 ; Dobberstein, Bernhard 1975

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

004 Functional interaction of plant ribosomes with animal microsomal membranes. Dobberstein, Bernhard ; 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 ; Blobel, Günter ; Chua, Nam-Hai 1977

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

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

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

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

010 Cell-free synthesis and membrane insertion of mouse H-2Dd histocompatibility antigen and beta2-microglobulin. Dobberstein, Bernhard ; Garoff, Henrik ; 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. ; 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. ; Dobberstein, Bernhard 1980

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

041 An extended RNA/RNA duplex structure within the coding region of mRNA does not block translational elongation. Lingelbach, Klaus ; 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. ; Zwieb, C. ; Webb, J. R. ; Marshallsay, C. ; Hoben, P. J. ; Walter, P. ; Dobberstein, B. 1988

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

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

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

046 Structural Requirements for Membrane Assembly of Proteins Spanning the Membrane Several Times. Lipp, Joachim ; Flint, Nicholas ; Haeuptle, Marie-Theres ; 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 ; Webb, Jane ; Herz, Joachim ; Prehn, Siegfried ; Frank, Rainer ; Vingron, Martin ; Dobberstein, Bernhard 1989

048 MHC class II-associated invariant chain contains a sorting signal for endosomal compartments. Bakke, Oddmund ; 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 ; Prehn, Siegfried ; Hartmann, Enno ; Herz, Joachim ; Otto, Albrecht ; Kraft, Regine ; Wiedmann, Martin ; Knespel, Siegne ; Dobberstein, Bernhard ; 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 ; Flint, Nicholas ; Stanley, Keith ; Frank, Rainer ; Dobberstein, Bernhard 1990

051 Structure and biosynthesis of the signal-sequence receptor. Prehn, Siegfried ; Herz, Joachim ; Hartmann, Enno ; Kurzchalia, Teymuras V. ; Frank, Rainer ; Römisch, Karin ; Dobberstein, Bernhard ; 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 ; Römisch, Karin ; Giner, Angelika ; Dobberstein, Bernhard ; Tollervey, David 1990

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

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

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

056 Requirements for the Membrane Insertion of Signal-anchor Type Proteins. High, Stephen ; Flint, Nicholas ; 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 ; Görlich, Dirk ; Wiedmann, Martin ; Rapoport, Tom A. ; Dobberstein, Bernhard 1991

058 Who needs peptide transporters. Dobberstein, Bernhard 1992

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

061 Signal-sequence recognition by an Escherichia coli ribonucleoprotein complex. Luirink, Joen ; High, Stephen ; Wood, Heather ; Giner, Angelika ; Tollervey, David ; 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 ; High, Stephen ; Römisch, Karin ; Ashford, Anthony J. ; 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 ; Dobberstein, Bernhard ; Griffiths, Gareth 1992

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

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

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

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

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

069 The MHC class II-associated invariant chain contains two endosomal targeting signals within its cytoplasmic tail. Pieters, Jean ; Bakke, Oddmund ; 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 ; Dobberstein, Bernhard ; Wintermeyer, Wolfgang 1994

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

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

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

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

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

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

078 The Protein-Conducting Channel in the Membrane of the Endoplasmic Reticulum Is Open Laterally toward the Lipid Bilayer. Martoglio, Bruno ; Hofmann, Michael W. ; Brunner, Josef ; 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. ; Stern, Lawrence J. ; Amshoff, Christine ; Dobberstein, Bernhard ; Hämmerling, Günter J. ; Kropshofer, Harald 1995

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