Publikationen von M. Lindau

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Albillos, A.; Dernick, G.; Horstmann, H.; Almers, W.; de Alvarez Toledo, G.; Lindau, M.: The exocytotic event in chromaffin cells revealed by patch amperometry. Nature 389, S. 509 - 512 (1997)
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Scepek, S.; Lindau, M.: Exocytotic competence and intergranular fusion in cord blood-derived eosinophils during differentiation. Blood 89 (2), S. 510 - 517 (1997)
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Gilic, G.; Stolpe, A.; Lindau, M.: A slowly activating voltage-dependent K+ current in rat pituitary nerve terminals. Journal of Physiology 497 (3), S. 711 - 725 (1996)
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Debus, K.; Hartmann, J.; Kilic, G.; Lindau, M.: Influence of conductance changes on patch clamp capacitance measurements using a lock-in amplifier and limitations of the phase tracking technique. Biophysical Journal 69 (6), S. 2808 - 2822 (1995)
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Lindau, M.; Almers, W.: Structure and function of fusion pores in exocytosis and ectoplasmic membrane fusion. Current Opinion in Cell Biology 7 (4), S. 509 - 517 (1995)
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Hartmann, J.; Lindau, M.: A novel Ca2+-dependent step in exocytosis subsequent to vesicle fusion. FEBS Letters 363 (3), S. 217 - 220 (1995)
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Lollike, K.; Borregaard, N.; Lindau, M.: The exocytotic fusion pore of small granules has a conductance similar to an ion channel. Journal of Cell Biology 129 (1), S. 99 - 104 (1995)
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Hartmann, J.; Scepek, S.; Lindau, M.: Regulation of granule size in human and horse eosinophils by number of fusion events among unit granules. Journal of Physiology 483 (1), S. 201 - 209 (1995)
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Dietrich, J.; Lindau, M.: Chloride channels in mast cells: Block by DIDS and role in exocytosis. Journal of General Physiology 104 (6), S. 1099 - 1111 (1994)
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Scepek, S.; Moqbel, R.; Lindau, M.: Compound exocytosis and cumulative degranulation by eosinophils and their role in parasite killing. Parasitology Today 10 (7), S. 276 - 278 (1994)
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Rosenboom, H.; Lindau, M.: Exo-endocytosis and closing of the fission pore during endocytosis in single pituitary nerve terminals internally perfused with high calcium concentrations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 91 (12), S. 5267 - 5271 (1994)
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Lindau, M.; Hartmann, J.; Scepek, S.: Three distinct fusion processes during eosinophil degranulation. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 710, S. 232 - 247 (1994)
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Lindau, M.; Rosenboom, H.; Nordmann, J.: Exocytosis and endocytosis in single peptidergic nerve terminals. Advances in Second Messenger and Phosphoprotein Research 29, S. 173 - 187 (1994)
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Scepek, S.; Lindau, M.: Focal exocytosis by eosinophils--compound exocytosis and cumulative fusion. EMBO Journal 12 (5), S. 1811 - 1817 (1993)
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Nüsse, O.; Lindau, M.: The calcium signal in human neutrophils and its relation to exocytosis investigated by patch-clamp capacitance and Fura-2 measurements. Cell Calcium 14 (4), S. 255 - 269 (1993)
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Lindau, M.; Nüsse, O.; Bennett, J.; Cromwell, O.: The membrane fusion events in degranulating guinea pig eosinophils. Journal of Cell Science 104 (1), S. 203 - 210 (1993)
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Lindau, M.; Stuenkel, E. L.; Nordmann, J. J.: Depolarization, intracellular calcium and exocytosis in single vertebrate nerve endings. Biophysical Journal 61 (1), S. 19 - 30 (1992)
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Nordmann, J.; Lindau, M.; Stuenkel, E. L.: Sodium, calcium and exocytosis: Confessions of calcified scientists. Journal of Physiology Paris 86, S. 15 - 21 (1992)
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Lindau, M.; Gomperts, B. D.: Techniques and concepts in exocytosis: Focus on mast cells. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Reviews on Biomembranes 1071 (4), S. 429 - 471 (1991)
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Lindau, M.: Eine biophysikalische Methode revolutioniert die Zellbiologie. Physikalische Blätter 47 (11), S. 1002 - 1003 (1991)
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