Publications of D. Görlich

Journal Article (116)

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Journal Article
Oliver, J.; Jungnickel, B.; Görlich, D.; Rapoport, T. A.; High, S.: The Sec61 complex is essential for the insertion of proteins into the membrane of the endoplasmic reticulum. FEBS Letters 362 (2), pp. 126 - 130 (1995)
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Journal Article
Görlich, D.; Kostka, S.; Kraft, R.; Dingwall, C.; Laskey, R. A.; Hartmann, E.; Prehn, S.: Two different subunits of importin cooperate to recognize nuclear localization signals and bind them to the nuclear envelope. Current Biology 5 (4), pp. 383 - 392 (1995)
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Görlich, D.; Prehn, S.; Laskey, R. A.; Hartmann, E.: Isolation of a protein that is essential for the first step of nuclear protein import. Cell 79 (5), pp. 767 - 778 (1994)
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Journal Article
Kalies, K. U.; Görlich, D.; Rapoport, T. A.: Binding of ribosomes to the rough endoplasmic reticulum mediated by the Sec61p-complex. The Journal of Cell Biology 126 (4), pp. 925 - 934 (1994)
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Hartmann, E.; Sommer, T.; Prehn, S.; Görlich, D.; Jentsch, S.; Rapoport, T. A.: Evolutionary conservation of components of the protein translocation complex. Nature 367 (6464), pp. 654 - 657 (1994)
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Journal Article
High, S.; Martoglio, B.; Görlich, D.; Andersen, S. S.; Ashford, A. J.; Giner, A.; Hartmann, E.; Prehn, S.; Rapoport, T. A.; Dobberstein, B.: Site-specific photocross-linking reveals that Sec61p and TRAM contact different regions of a membrane-inserted signal sequence. The Journal of Biological Chemistry 268 (35), pp. 26745 - 26751 (1993)
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Görlich, D.; Rapoport, T. A.: Protein translocation into proteoliposomes reconstituted from purified components of the endoplasmic reticulum membrane. Cell 75 (4), pp. 615 - 630 (1993)
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Hartmann, E.; Görlich, D.; Kostka, S.; Otto, A.; Kraft, R.; Knespel, S.; Bürger, E.; Rapoport, T. A.; Prehn, S.: A tetrameric complex of membrane proteins in the endoplasmic reticulum. European Journal of Biochemistry 214 (2), pp. 375 - 381 (1993)
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Journal Article
High, S.; Andersen, S. S.; Görlich, D.; Hartmann, E.; Prehn, S.; Rapoport, T. A.; Dobberstein, B.: Sec61p is adjacent to nascent type I and type II signal-anchor proteins during their membrane insertion. The Journal of Cell Biology 121 (4), pp. 743 - 750 (1993)
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Görlich, D.; Prehn, S.; Hartmann, E.; Kalies, K. U.; Rapoport, T. A.: A mammalian homolog of SEC61p and SECYp is associated with ribosomes and nascent polypeptides during translocation. Cell 71 (3), pp. 489 - 503 (1992)
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Görlich, D.; Hartmann, E.; Prehn, S.; Rapoport, T. A.: A protein of the endoplasmic reticulum involved early in polypeptide translocation. Nature 357 (6373), pp. 47 - 52 (1992)
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Journal Article
High, S.; Görlich, D.; Wiedmann, M.; Rapoport, T. A.; Dobberstein, B.: The identification of proteins in the proximity of signal-anchor sequences during their targeting to and insertion into the membrane of the ER. The Journal of Cell Biology 113 (1), pp. 35 - 44 (1991)
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Journal Article
Görlich, D.; Kurzchalia, T. V.; Wiedmann, M.; Rapoport, T. A.: Probing the molecular environment of translocating polypeptide chains by cross-linking. Methods in Cell Biology 34, pp. 241 - 262 (1991)
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Journal Article
Vogel, F.; Hartmann, E.; Görlich, D.; Rapoport, T. A.: Segregation of the signal sequence receptor protein in the rough endoplasmic reticulum membrane. European Journal of Cell Biology 53 (2), pp. 197 - 202 (1990)
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Journal Article
Görlich, D.; Prehn, S.; Hartmann, E.; Herz, J.; Otto, A.; Kraft, R.; Wiedmann, M.; Knespel, S.; Dobberstein, B.; Rapoport, T. A.: The signal sequence receptor has a second subunit and is part of a translocation complex in the endoplasmic reticulum as probed by bifunctional reagents. The Journal of Cell Biology 111 (6), pp. 2283 - 2294 (1990)
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Journal Article
Wiedmann, M.; Görlich, D.; Hartmann, E.; Kurzchalia, T. V.; Rapoport, T. A.: Photocrosslinking demonstrates proximity of a 34 kDa membrane protein to different portions of preprolactin during translocation through the endoplasmic reticulum. FEBS Letters 257 (2), pp. 263 - 268 (1989)

Book Chapter (1)

117.
Book Chapter
Görlich, D.; Jäkel, S.: Nucleocytoplasmic transport. In: Protein targeting, transport, and translocation, pp. 293 - 321 (Ed. Dalbey, R. E.). Acad. Pr., Amsterdam (2002)

Conference Paper (10)

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Conference Paper
Dietz, J.; Janshoff, A.; Ng, S. C.; Görlich, D.: Mechanical characterization of phase separated nucleoporin droplets using Atomic Force Microscopy techniques. Joint 12th EBSA European Biophysics Congress / 10th IUPAP International Conference on Biological Physics (ICBP), Madrid, Spain, July 20, 2019 - July 24, 2019. European Biophysics Journal 48 (Suppl 1), p. S228 - S228 (2019)
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Conference Paper
Ng, S. C.; Görlich, D.: Recapitulation of nucleocytoplasmic transport with phase-separation of engineered protein repeats. Joint 12th EBSA European Biophysics Congress / 10th IUPAP International Conference on Biological Physics (ICBP), Madrid, Spain, July 20, 2019 - July 24, 2019. European Biophysics Journal 48 (Suppl 1), p. S227 - S227 (2019)
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Conference Paper
Dietz, J.; Janshoff, A.; Ng, S. C.; Görlich, D.: Mechanical characterization of phase separated FG particles using Atomic Force Microscopy techniques. 19th IUPAB Congress / 11th EBSA Congress, Edinburgh, Scotland, July 16, 2017 - July 20, 2017. European Biophysics Journal 46 (Suppl_1), p. S328 - S328 (2017)
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