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Günter Blobel Wikidata

Blobel, Günter (1936- ). Sudoc [ABES], France NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of Poland

Blobel, Günter, 1936-2018 German National Library National Library of the Czech Republic

Günter Blobel amerikanischer Biochemiker ISNI

Blobel, Günter Library of Congress/NACO

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Abstracts of papers presented at the meeting on membrane ... 1979? Library of Congress/NACO
Experimentelle Untersuchungen über das gerinnungsphysiologische Verhalten von Roßkastanienpräparaten in vitro German National Library
Günter Blobel - wielki naukowiec i wspaniały mecenas kultury i sztuki National Library of Poland
Internet,, 07-12-2004 Sudoc [ABES], France
Introduction to proteomics : principles and applications Sudoc [ABES], France NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library
Prepro-alpha-factor has a cleavable signal sequence. Wikidata
Previously identified protein of uncertain function is karyopherin alpha and together with karyopherin beta docks import substrate at nuclear pore complexes Wikidata
Primary structure, import, and assembly of the yeast homolog of succinate dehydrogenase flavoprotein Wikidata
Pulse labeling of small nuclear ribonucleoproteins in vivo reveals distinct patterns of antigen recognition by human autoimmune antibodies Wikidata
Purification of microsomal signal peptidase as a complex Wikidata
Putative reaction intermediates in Crm1-mediated nuclear protein export. Wikidata
Rae1 interaction with NuMA is required for bipolar spindle formation Wikidata
RanGTP-mediated nuclear export of karyopherin alpha involves its interaction with the nucleoporin Nup153 Wikidata
Rat liver L-glutamate dehydrogenase, malate dehydrogenase, D-beta-hydroxybutyrate dehydrogenase, and sulfite oxidase are each synthesized as larger precursors by cytoplasmic free polysomes. Wikidata
The receptor for transepithelial transport of IgA and IgM contains multiple immunoglobulin-like domains Wikidata
Regulation of intracellular protein traffic. Wikidata
Relation of ribonuclease and ribonuclease inhibitor to the isolation of polysomes from rat liver. Wikidata
Release, identification, and isolation of messenger RNA from mammalian ribosomes. Wikidata
Ribosome crystallization in chicken embryos. II. Conditions for the formation of ribosome tetramers in vitro Wikidata
Ribosome-membrane interaction: Structural aspects and functional implications. Wikidata
Ring cycle for dilating and constricting the nuclear pore Wikidata
Role of nucleoporin induction in releasing an mRNA nuclear export block. Wikidata
The role of organelles in the chemical modification of the primary translation products of secretory proteins. Wikidata
Role of the nuclear transport factor p10 in nuclear import. Wikidata
SecA protein is required for translocation of a model precursor protein into inverted vesicles of Escherichia coli plasma membrane. Wikidata
SecB functions as a cytosolic signal recognition factor for protein export in E. coli. Wikidata
Secretion requires a cytoplasmically disposed sulphydryl of the RER membrane. Wikidata
Secretory protein translocation in a yeast cell-free system can occur posttranslationally and requires ATP hydrolysis Wikidata
Separation of phenylthiohydantoin-amino acids by high-pressure liquid chromatography for sequence determination of radiolabeled proteins. Wikidata
Signal peptide analogs derived from two chloroplast precursors interact with the signal recognition system of the chloroplast envelope. Wikidata
Signal peptides open protein-conducting channels in E. coli. Wikidata
Signal recognition protein is required for the integration of acetylcholine receptor delta subunit, a transmembrane glycoprotein, into the endoplasmic reticulum membrane. Wikidata
The signal sequence receptor, unlike the signal recognition particle receptor, is not essential for protein translocation. Wikidata
Signal sequence region of mitochondrial precursor proteins binds to mitochondrial import receptor. Wikidata
Signal sequences for early events in protein secretion and membrane assembly. Wikidata
The single transmembrane segment of gp210 is sufficient for sorting to the pore membrane domain of the nuclear envelope Wikidata
Site-specific antibodies against the PrlA (secY) protein of Escherichia coli inhibit protein export by interfering with plasma membrane binding of preproteins. Wikidata
Solubilization and characterization of yeast signal peptidase. Wikidata
Soluble factors required for nuclear protein import. Wikidata
Soluble factors stimulating secretory protein translocation in bacteria and yeast can substitute for each other. Wikidata
Standing up for GMOs Wikidata
Structural and biochemical analyses of the DEAD-box ATPase Sub2 in association with THO or Yra1. Wikidata
Structural and functional analysis of the interaction between the nucleoporin Nup98 and the mRNA export factor Rae1 Wikidata
Structural basis for the function of the beta subunit of the eukaryotic signal recognition particle receptor Wikidata
Structural evolution of the membrane-coating module of the nuclear pore complex Wikidata
Structure and function of the receptor for polymeric immunoglobulins. Wikidata
Structure and nucleic acid binding activity of the nucleoporin Nup157 Wikidata
Structure of a myosinbulletadaptor complex and pairing by cargo Wikidata
Structure of a trimeric nucleoporin complex reveals alternate oligomerization states Wikidata
Structure of an integral membrane sterol reductase from Methylomicrobium alcaliphilum. Wikidata
Structure of human Niemann-Pick C1 protein. Wikidata
Structure of liver ribosomes studied by negative staining. Wikidata
Structure of Nup58/45 suggests flexible nuclear pore diameter by intermolecular sliding Wikidata
Structure of the 80S ribosome from Saccharomyces cerevisiae--tRNA-ribosome and subunit-subunit interactions Wikidata
Structure of the nuclear transport complex karyopherin-beta2-Ran x GppNHp Wikidata
Studies on free and membrane-bound ribosomes in rat liver. II. Interaction of ribosomes and membranes. Wikidata
Subcellular distribution of signal recognition particle and 7SL-RNA determined with polypeptide-specific antibodies and complementary DNA probe Wikidata
SUMO-1 modification and its role in targeting the Ran GTPase-activating protein, RanGAP1, to the nuclear pore complex Wikidata Sudoc [ABES], France
Synthesis and assembly of human small nuclear ribonucleoproteins generated by cell-free translation. Wikidata
Transcellular transport of polymeric immunoglobulin by secretory component: a model system for studying intracellular protein sorting. Wikidata Sudoc [ABES], France
Transfer of proteins across membranes, Biosynthesis in vitro of pretrypsinogen and trypsinogen by cell fractions of canine pancreas. Wikidata
Transfer of proteins across membranes. I. Presence of proteolytically processed and unprocessed nascent immunoglobulin light chains on membrane-bound ribosomes of murine myeloma Wikidata
Transfer of proteins across membranes. II. Reconstitution of functional rough microsomes from heterologous components. Wikidata
Translocation of proteins across the endoplasmic reticulum. II. Signal recognition protein (SRP) mediates the selective binding to microsomal membranes of in-vitro-assembled polysomes synthesizing secretory protein. Wikidata
Translocation of secretory proteins across the microsomal membrane occurs through an environment accessible to aqueous perturbants. Wikidata
The ubiquitin-like protein Smt3p is activated for conjugation to other proteins by an Aos1p/Uba2p heterodimer. Wikidata
The yeast nucleoporin Nup188p interacts genetically and physically with the core structures of the nuclear pore complex Wikidata

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