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1. Systemanalyse der optisch-vestibulären Interaktion bei der Wahrnehmung der Vertikalen

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2. Effect of channel mutations on the uptake and release of the retinal ligand in opsin

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3. Structural and kinetic modeling of an activating helix switch in the rhodopsin-transducin interface

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4. Crystallization and preliminary X-ray studies of mouse centrin1

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5. A Ligand Channel through the G Protein Coupled Receptor Opsin

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6. A Ligand Channel through the G Protein Coupled Receptor Opsin

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7. Crystal structure of pre activated arrestin p44


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8. Crystal structure of metarhodopsin II


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