Publications

Journal Article (466)

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    Jakubowski, U.; Mende, M.: Preparation of Ultrathin Amorphous Ice Films for Cryo- electron Microscopy. J. Microsc. 161, pp. 241 - 252 (1991)
  2. 462.
    Emde-Kamola, B.; Karrenberg, F.: Outer Membrane-bound Protease of Deinococcus radiodurans. FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 42, pp. 69 - 74 (1987)
  3. 463.
    Chalcroft, J. P.: Considerations for the Quantitative Analysis of Coated Reliefs. Ultramicroscopy 16 (3-4), pp. 371 - 386 (1985)
  4. 464.
    Jakubowski, U.: Can Heat Pipes Solve the Problems of Drift and Vibration of Cryoholders? Ultramicroscopy 17 (4), pp. 379 - 382 (1985)
  5. 465.
    Saxton, W. O.: Computer Generation of Shaded Images of Solids and Surfaces. Ultramicroscopy 16 (3-4), pp. 387 - 394 (1985)
  6. 466.
    Saxton, W. O.: Discussion at the EUREM 1984 Symposium on High Resolution Shadowing and Decoration:Image Analysis. Ultramicroscopy 16 (3-4), pp. 451 - 452 (1985)

Book (2)

  1. 467.
    Steven, A. C.; Baumeister, W.; Johnson, L. N.; Perham, R. N.: Molecular Biology of Assemblies and Machines. Garland Science, New York (2016), 852 pp.
  2. 468.
    Zwickl, P.; Baumeister, W.: The Proteasome-Ubiquitin Protein Degradation Pathway. Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg (2002), 213 pp.

Book Chapter (32)

  1. 469.
    Engelhardt, H.: S-Layers. In: eLS, pp. 1 - 12. Wiley (2016)
  2. 470.
    Bohn, S.; Förster, F.: The 26S Proteasome. In: Handbook of Proteolytic Enzymes, Vol. 1, Vol. 1, 3rd Ed. Ed., pp. 3691 - 3700 (Eds. Rawlings, N. D.; Salvesen, G. S.). Academic Press, London (2013)
  3. 471.
    Förster, F.; Sakata, E.: 26S Proteasome: Structure and Function. In: Encyclopedia of Biological Chemistry, 2nd Ed. Ed., pp. 595 - 600 (Eds. Lennarz, W. J.; Lane, M. D.). Elsevier, Amsterdam (2013)
  4. 472.
    Engelhardt, H.: Elektronenmikroskopie. In: Bioanalytik, 3. Aufl. Ed., pp. 527 - 563 (Eds. Lottspeich, F.; Engels, J. W.). Springer, Berlin (2012)
  5. 473.
    Fernandez-Busnadiego, R.; Lucic, V.: The Cell at Molecular Resolution: Principles and Applications of Cryo-Electron Tomography. In: Cellular imaging techniques for neuroscience and beyond, pp. 141 - 184 (Ed. Wouterlood, F. G.). Academic Press, San Diego (2012)
  6. 474.
    Förster, F.; Villa, E.; Thomas, D.; Korinek, A.; Baumeister, W.: Structure Determination of Macromolecular Complexes by Cryo-Electron Microscopy in vitro and in situ. In: Biophysical techniques for structural characterization of macromolecules (Comprehensive Biophysics, Vol. 1), Vol. 1, Chapter 1.14 Ed., pp. 245 - 276 (Ed. Dyson, H. J.). Elsevier, Amsterdam (2012)
  7. 475.
    Lucic, V.; Baumeister, W.; Förster, F.: Studying the Macromolecular Machinery of Cells in situ by Cryo-Electron Tomography. In: Biophysical techniques for characterization of cells (Comprehensive Biophysics, Vol. 2), Vol. 2, Chapter 2.5 Ed., pp. 59 - 89 (Ed. Schwille, P.). Elsevier, Amsterdam (2012)
  8. 476.
    Rigort, A.; Villa, E.; Bäuerlein, F. J. B.; Engel, B. D.; Plitzko, J. M.: Integrative Approaches for Cellular Cryo-electron Tomography: Correlative Imaging and Focused Ion Beam Micromachining. In: Methods in Cell Biology; Vol. 111, Vol. 111, pp. 259 - 281. Academic Press, San Diego (2012)
  9. 477.
    Hrabe, T.; Förster, F.: Structure Determination by Single Particle Cryo-electron Tomography. In: (2011)
  10. 478.
    Briegel, A.; Chen, S. Y.; Koster, A. J.; Plitzko, J. M.; Schwartz, C. L.; Jensen, G. J.: CORRELATED LIGHT AND ELECTRON CRYO-MICROSCOPY. In: CRYO-EM, PART A - SAMPLE PREPARATION AND DATA COLLECTION, pp. 317 - 341 (Ed. Jensen, G. J.). ELSEVIER ACADEMIC PRESS INC, SAN DIEGO (2010)
  11. 479.
    Förster, F.; Han, B. G.; Beck, M.: VISUAL PROTEOMICS. In: CRYO-EM, PART C: ANALYSES, INTERPRETATION, AND CASE STUDIES, pp. 215 - 243 (Ed. Jensen, G. J.). ELSEVIER ACADEMIC PRESS INC, SAN DIEGO (2010)
  12. 480.
    Förster, F.; Villa, E.: INTEGRATION OF CRYO-EM WITH ATOMIC AND PROTEIN-PROTEIN INTERACTION DATA. In: CRYO-EM, PART C: ANALYSES, INTERPRETATION, AND CASE STUDIES, pp. 47 - 72 (Ed. Jensen, G. J.). ELSEVIER ACADEMIC PRESS INC, SAN DIEGO (2010)
 
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