Zeitschriftenartikel (72)

Schiener, J.; Witt, S.; Hayer-Hartl, M.; Guckenberger, R.: How to orient the functional GroEL-SRI mutant for atomic force microscopy investigations. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 328 (2), S. 477 - 483 (2005)
Shewmaker, F.; Kerner, M. J.; Hayer-Hartl, M.; Klein, G.; Georgopoulos, C.; Landry, S. J.: A mobile loop order-disorder transition modulates the speed of chaperonin cycling. Protein Science 13 (8), S. 2139 - 2148 (2004)
Schaffar, G.; Breuer, P.; Boteva, R.; Behrends, C.; Tzvetkov, N.; Strippel, N.; Sakahira, H.; Siegers, K.; Hayer-Hartl, M.; Hartl, F. U.: Cellular toxicity of polyglutamine expansion proteins: Mechanism of transcription factor deactivation. Molecular Cell 15 (1), S. 95 - 105 (2004)
Agashe, V. R.; Guha, S.; Chang, H. C.; Genevaux, P.; Hayer-Hartl, M.; Stemp, M.; Georgopoulos, C.; Hartl, F. U.; Barral, J. M.: Function of trigger factor and DnaK in multidomain protein folding: Increase in yield at the expense of folding speed. Cell 117 (2), S. 199 - 209 (2004)
Figueiredo, L.; Klunker, D.; Ang, D.; Naylor, D. J.; Kerner, M. J.; Georgopoulos, C.; Hartl, F. U.; Hayer-Hartl, M.: Functional characterization of an archaeal GroEL/GroES chaperonin system - Significance of substrate encapsulation. Journal of Biological Chemistry 279 (2), S. 1090 - 1099 (2004)
Klunker, D.; Haas, B.; Hirtreiter, A.; Figueiredo, L.; Naylor, D. J.; Pfeifer, G.; Muller, V.; Deppenmeier, U.; Gottschalk, G.; Hartl, F. U. et al.; Hayer-Hartl, M.: Coexistence of group I and group II chaperonins in the archaeon Methanosarcina mazei. Journal of Biological Chemistry 278 (35), S. 33256 - 33267 (2003)
Sakahira, H.; Breuer, P.; Hayer-Hartl, M. K.; Hartl, F. U.: Molecular chaperones as modulators of polyglutamine protein aggregation and toxicity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 99 (Suppl. 4), S. 16412 - 16418 (2002)
Ashcroft, A. E.; Brinker, A.; Coyle, J. E.; Weber, F.; Kaiser, M.; Moroder, L.; Parsons, M. R.; Jager, J.; Hartl, F. U.; Hayer-Hartl, M. et al.; Radford, S. E.: Structural plasticity and noncovalent substrate binding in the GroEL apical domain - A study using electrospray ionization mass spectrometry and fluorescence binding studies. Journal of Biological Chemistry 277 (36), S. 33115 - 33126 (2002)
Okamoto, K.; Brinker, A.; Paschen, S. A.; Moarefi, I.; Hayer-Hartl, M.; Neupert, W.; Brunner, M.: The protein import motor of mitochondria: a targeted molecular ratchet driving unfolding and translocation. EMBO Journal 21 (14), S. 3659 - 3671 (2002)
Sittler, A.; Lurz, R.; Lueder, G.; Priller, J.; Lehrach, H.; Hayer-Hartl, M.; Hartl, U.; Wanker, E. E.: Geldanamycin activates a heat shock response and inhibits huntingtin aggregation in a cell culture model of Huntington's disease. European Journal of Human Genetics 10 (Suppl. Suppl. 1), S. 270 - 270 (2002)
Hartl, F. U.; Hayer-Hartl, M.: Molecular chaperones in the cytosol: from nascent chain to folded protein. Science 295 (5561), S. 1852 - 1858 (2002)
Brinker, A.; Pfeifer, G.; Kerner, M.J.; Naylor, D.J.; Hartl, F. U.; Hayer-Hartl, M. K.: Dual Function of Protein Confinement in Chaperonin-assisted Protein Folding. Cell 107 (2), S. 223 - 233 (2001)

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Kim, Y. E.; Hipp, M. S.; Bracher, A.; Hayer-Hartl, M.; Hartl, F. U.: Molecular Chaperone Functions in Protein Folding and Proteostasis. In: ANNUAL REVIEW OF BIOCHEMISTRY, VOL 82, S. 323 - 355. ANNUAL REVIEWS, 4139 EL CAMINO WAY, PO BOX 10139, PALO ALTO, CA 94303-0897 USA (2013)

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Hayer-Hartl, M.: Cellular Machineries Devoted to Rubisco - the Most Abundant Enzyme. In The FASEB Journal, 34 (S1), S. 1 - 1. Annual Meeting on Experimental Biology, San Diego, CA, 04. April 2020 - 07. April 2020. The Federation, Bethesda, Md. (2020)
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Zhao, L.; Vecchi, G.; Vendruscolo, M.; Körner, R.; Mayer-Hartl, M.; Hartl, F.-U.: Proteome-wide analysis of protein stability in E. coli using pulse proteolysis. In Molecular and Cellular Proteomics, 18 (8, Suppl. 2), S. S46 - S46. Symposium, San Francisco. American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Bethesda, MD (2019)
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