Institute of Biochemistry
Membrane Biochemistry - Prof. Dr. Hänelt

Tascon I, Sousa J, Corey RA, Mills DJ, Griwatz D, Aumüller N, Mikusevic V, Stansfeld PJ, Vonck J, Hänelt I. Structural basis of proton-coupled potassium transport in the KUP family.
Nat Comm (2020) 11, 626.

Mikusevic V, Schrecker M, Patiño-Ruiz M, Fendler K, Hänelt I.
A channel profile report of the unusual K+ channel KtrB.
J Gen Physiol (2019) 151, 1357-1368.

Stock C, Hielkema L, Tascon I, Wunnicke D, Oostergetel G, Azkargorta M, Paulino C, Hänelt I. 
Cryo-EM structures of KdpFABC suggest a K+ transport mechanism via two inter-subunit half-channels.
Nat Comm (2018) 9, 4971.

Diskowski M, Mehdipour AR, Wunnicke D, Mills D, Mikusevic V, Bärland N, Hoffmann J, Morgner N, Steinhoff HJ, Hummer G, Vonck J, Hänelt I. 
Helical jackknives control the gates of the double-pore K+ uptake system KtrAB.
eLife (2017) 6, e24303.

Hänelt I, Wunnicke D, Bordignon E, Steinhoff HJ, Slotboom DJ.  
Conformational heterogeneity of the aspartate transporter Glt(Ph). 
Nat. Struct. Mol. Biol. (2013) 20, 210-214.

Erkens GB, Hänelt I, Goudsmits JMH, Slotboom DJ, van Oijen AM.
Unsynchronised subunit motion in single trimeric Na(+)-coupled aspartate transporters. 
Nature (2013) 502, 119-123.


 

 

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