Publications of J. Schünemann

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Güttler, T.; Aksu, M.; Dickmanns, A.; Stegmann, K. M.; Gregor, K.; Rees, R.; Taxer, W.; Rymarenko, O.; Schünemann, J.; Dienemann, C. et al.; Gunkel, P.; Mussil, B.; Krull, J.; Teichmann, U.; Groß, U.; Cordes, V.; Dobbelstein, M.; Görlich, D.: Neutralization of SARS-CoV-2 by highly potent, hyperthermostable, and mutation-tolerant nanobodies. EMBO Journal 40 (19), e107985 (2021)
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Frost, R.; Débarre, D.; Jana, S.; Bano, F.; Schünemann, J.; Görlich, D.; Richter, R. P.: A method to quantify molecular diffusion within thin solvated polymer films: A case study on films of natively unfolded nucleoporins. ACS Nano 14 (8), pp. 9938 - 9952 (2020)
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Karabinos, A.; Schünemann, J.; Parry, D. A. D.: Promiscuous dimerization between the Caenorhabditis elegans IF proteins and a hypothesis to explain how multiple IFs persist over evolutionary time. Journal of Molecular Evolution 87 (7-8), pp. 221 - 230 (2019)
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Frey, S.; Rees, R.; Schünemann, J.; Ng, S. C.; Fünfgeld, K.; Huyton, T.; Görlich, D.: Surface properties determining passage rates of proteins through nuclear pores. Cell 174 (1), pp. 202 - 217 (2018)
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Karabinos, A.; Schünemann, J.; Parry, D. A. D.: Assembly studies of six intestinal intermediate filament (IF) proteins B2, C1, C2, D1, D2, and E1 in the nematode C-elegans. Cytoskeleton 74 (3), pp. 107 - 113 (2017)
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Karabinos, A.; Schünemann, J.: Unusual ultrastructures of the Branchiostoma IF protein C2 containing heptads in the tail. Protoplasma 251 (4), pp. 985 - 988 (2014)
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Karabinos, A.; Schünemann, J.; Parry, D. A. D.: A rod domain sequence in segment 1B triggers dimerisation of the two small Branchiostoma IF proteins B2 and A3. European Journal of Cell Biology 91 (10), pp. 800 - 808 (2012)
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Karabinos, A.; Schulze, E.; Schuenemann, J.; Parry, D. A. D.; Weber, K.: In vivo and in vitro evidence that the four essential intermediate filament (IF) proteins A1, A2, A3 and B1 of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans form an obligate heteropolymeric IF system. Journal of Molecular Biology 333 (2), pp. 307 - 319 (2003)
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Karabinos, A.; Schuenemann, J.; Meyer, M.; Aebi, U.; Weber, K.: The single nuclear lamin of Caenorhabditis elegans forms in vitro stable intermediate filaments and paracrystals with a reduced axial periodicity. Journal of Molecular Biology 325 (2), pp. 241 - 247 (2003)
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Heimburg, T.; Schuenemann, J.; Weber, K.; Geisler, N.: FTIR spectroscopy of multistranded coiled coils proteins. Biochemistry 38, pp. 12727 - 12734 (1999)
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Geisler, N.; Schuenemann, J.; Weber, K.; Haener, M.; Aebi, U.: Assembly and architecture of invertebrate intermediate filaments reconcile features of vertebrate cytoplasmic and nuclear lamin-type intermediate filaments. Journal of Molecular Biology 282, pp. 601 - 617 (1998)
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Geisler, N.; Heimburg, T.; Schuenemann, J.; Weber, K.: Peptides from the conserved ends of the rod domain of desmin disassemble intermediate filaments and reveal unexpected structural features: a circular dichroism, Fourier transform infrared, and electron microscopic study. Journal of Structural Biology 110 (3), pp. 205 - 214 (1993)
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Geisler, N.; Schuenemann, J.; Weber, K.: Chemical cross-linking indicates a staggered and antiparallel protofilament of desmin intermediate filaments and characterizes one higher-level complex between protofilaments. European Journal of Biochemistry 206 (3), pp. 841 - 852 (1992)

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Ng, S. C.; Biswas, A.; Huyton, T.; Schünemann, J.; Reber, S.; Görlich, D.: Barrier-properties of Nup98 FG phases ruled by FG motif identity and inter-FG spacer length. (2022)
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