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ASCB | EMBO San Diego 2018
Annual Meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology and the European Molecular Biology Organization

Dec 08-12, 2018, San Diego, CA, USA
Booth Nr. 1137 (of 89Nort / Chroma Technology)

 

BPS Baltimore 2019
63rd Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society

Mar 2-6, 2019, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Booth Nr. 503

 

NWG Göttingen 2019
13th Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society

Mar 20-23, 2019, Göttingen, Germany
Booth Nr. 8

Reviews and Instrumentation

Shaikh TR , Barnard D, Meng X, Wagenknecht T (2009)
Implementation of a flash-photolysis system for time-resolved cryo-electron microscopy
Journal of Structural Biology 165, 184–189
Equipment used: flash lamp system JML-C1

Bendels MHK, Beed P, Leibold C, Schmitz D, Johenning FW (2008)
A novel control software that improves the experimental workflow of scanning photostimulation experiments
Journal of Neuroscience Methods 175, 44-57
Equipment used: Spot illumination module for the Olympus BX51; 1W UV laser DPSL-355/1000

Rapp G (1998)
Flash lamp based photolysis of caged compounds.
Methods in Enzymology, Vol. 291, G. Marriott (ed.), 202-222

Dantzig JA, Higuchi H & YE Goldman (1998)
Studies of molecular motors using caged-compounds.
Methods in Enzymology, Vol. 291, G. Marriott (ed.), 307-348

Schlichting I & RS Goody (1997)
Triggering methods in crystallographic enzyme kinetics.
Methods in Enzymology Vol. 277, 467-490

Scott R, Ayar A & J Crawford (1997)
Flash photolysis of caged-compounds: Their use in investigating intracellular messengers.
The Physiological Society Magazine 26, 16-19

Nerbonne JM (1996)
Caged compounds: tools for illuminating neuronal responses and connections.
Current Opinion in Neurobiology 6, 379-386

1988 - 1995

Zucker R (1994)
Photorelease techniques for raising or lowering intracellular Ca2+.
Meth Cell Biol 40, 31-63

Grell E & R Warmuth (1993)
Caged cations.
Pure & Appl Chem 65, 373-379

Rapp G & RS Goody (1991)
Light as a trigger for time-resolved structural experiments on muscle, lipids, p21 and bacteriorhodopsin.
J Appl Cryst 24, 857-865

Homsher E & NC Millar (1990)
Caged-compounds and striated muscle contraction.
Annu Rev Physiol 52, 875-896

Wootton JF & DR Trentham (1989)
Caged compounds to probe the dynamics of cellular processes: Synthesis and properties of some novel photosensitive P-2-Nitrobenzyl esters of nucleotides.
Photochem Probes in Biochem, 277-296

Rapp G, K.J.V. Poole, Y. Maeda, G.C.R. Ellis-Davies, J.H. Kaplan, J. McCray, R.S. Goody (1989)
Lasers and flash lamps in research on the mechanism of muscle contraction.
Ber Bunsenges Phys Chem 93, 410-415

McCray JA & DR Trentham (1989)
Properties and uses of photoreactive caged compounds.
Annu Rev Biophys Chem 18, 239-270

Kaplan JH & AP Somlyo (1989)
Flash photolysis of caged compounds: new tools for cellular physiology.
TINS 12, 54-59

Rapp G & K Güth (1988)
A low cost high intensity flash device for photolysis experiments.
Europ J Physiol 411, 200-203

Poole KJV, Rapp G, Maeda Y & RS Goody (1988)
Synchrotron radiation studies on insect flight muscle.
Topics in Current Chemistry 147 (Ed. E. Mandelkow) pp. 1-29, Springer

 
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