Ulrich Hartl Selected Publications

Journal Article (134)

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    Hartl, F. U.: Protein Misfolding Diseases. Annual Review of Biochemistry 86, pp. 21 - 26 (2017)
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    Balchin, D.; Hayer-Hartl, M.; Hartl, F. U.: In vivo aspects of protein folding and quality control. Science (2016)
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    Choe, Y.-J.; Park, S.-H.; Hassemer, T.; Körner, R.; Vincenz-Donnelly, L.; Hayer-Hartl, M.; Hartl, F. U.: Failure of RQC machinery causes protein aggregation and proteotoxic stress. Nature 531 (7593), pp. 191 - 195 (2016)
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    Hartl, F. U.: Cellular Homeostasis and Aging. ANNUAL REVIEW OF BIOCHEMISTRY, VOL 85 85, pp. 1 - 4 (2016)
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    Hartl, F.-U.: Susan Lee Lindquist (1949-2016)-pioneer in the study of cellular protein folding and disease. The EMBO Journal 35 (24), pp. 2626 - 2627 (2016)
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    Hayer-Hartl, M.; Bracher, A.; Hartl, F. U.: The GroEL-GroES Chaperonin Machine: A Nano-Cage for Protein Folding. Trends in Biochemical Sciences: TIBS / International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. 41 (1; Special Issue: 40 Years of TiBS), pp. 62 - 76 (2016)
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    Kim, Y. E.; Hosp, F.; Frottin, F.; Ge, H.; Mann, M.; Hayer-Hartl, M.; Hartl, F. U.: Soluble Oligomers of PolyQ-Expanded Huntingtin Target a Multiplicity of Key Cellular Factors. Molecular Cell 63 (6), pp. 951 - 964 (2016)
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    Landreh, M.; Sawaya, M. R.; Hipp, M. S.; Eisenberg, D. S.; Wuthrich, K.; Hartl, F. U.: The formation, function and regulation of amyloids: insights from structural biology [Review]. Journal of Internal Medicine 280 (2), pp. 164 - 176 (2016)
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    Neudegger, T.; Verghese, J.; Hayer-Hartl, M.; Hartl, F. U.; Bracher, A.: Structure of human heat-shock transcription factor 1 in complex with DNA. NATURE STRUCTURAL & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 23 (2), pp. 140 - 146 (2016)
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    Woerner, A. C.; Frottin, F.; Hornburg, D.; Feng, L. R.; Meissner, F.; Patra, M.; Tatzelt, J.; Mann, M.; Winklhofer, K. F.; Hartl, F. U. et al.; Hipp, M. S.: Cytoplasmic protein aggregates interfere with nucleocytoplasmic transport of protein and RNA. Science 351 (6269), pp. 173 - 176 (2016)
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    Bracher, A.; Hauser, T.; Liu, C.; Hartl, F. U.; Hayer-Hartl, M.: Structural Analysis of the Rubisco-Assembly Chaperone RbcX-II from Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. PLOS ONE (2015)
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    Bracher, A.; Sharma, A.; Starling-Windhof, A.; Hartl, F. U.; Hayer-Hartl, M.: Degradation of potent Rubisco inhibitor by selective sugar phosphatase. NATURE PLANTS (2015)
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    Durao, P.; Aigner, H.; Nagy, P.; Mueller-Cajar, O.; Hartl, F. U.; Hayer-Hartl, M.: Opposing effects of folding and assembly chaperones on evolvability of Rubisco. NATURE CHEMICAL BIOLOGY 11 (2), pp. 148 - 155 (2015)
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    Georgescauld, F.; Hartl, F.-U.: Protein Folding In Vivo. eLS (2015)
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    Haldar, S.; Gupta, A. J.; Yan, X.; Milicic, G.; Hartl, F. U.; Hayer-Hartl, M.: Chaperonin-Assisted Protein Folding: Relative Population of Asymmetric and Symmetric GroEL:GroES Complexes. JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 427 (12), pp. 2244 - 2255 (2015)
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    Hauser, T.; Bhat, J. Y.; Milicic, G.; Wendler, P.; Hartl, F. U.; Bracher, A.; Hayer-Hartl, M.: Structure and mechanism of the Rubisco-assembly chaperone Raf1. NATURE STRUCTURAL & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 22 (9), pp. 720 - 728 (2015)
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    Hauser, T.; Popilka, L.; Hartl, F. U.; Hayer-Hartl, M.: Role of auxiliary proteins in Rubisco biogenesis and function. NATURE PLANTS (2015)
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    Joshi, J.; Mueller-Cajar, O.; Tsai, Y.-C. C.; Hartl, F. U.; Hayer-Hartl, M.: Role of Small Subunit in Mediating Assembly of Red-type Form I Rubisco. JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 290 (2), pp. 1066 - 1074 (2015)
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    Kirstein, J.; Morito, D.; Kakihana, T.; Sugihara, M.; Minnen, A.; Hipp, M. S.; Nussbaum-Krammer, C.; Kasturi, P.; Hartl, F. U.; Nagata, K. et al.; Morimoto, R. I.: Proteotoxic stress and ageing triggers the loss of redox homeostasis across cellular compartments. EMBO JOURNAL 34 (18), pp. 2334 - 2349 (2015)
 
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