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Achim Kramer
Achim Kramer
Laboratory of Chronobiology, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin
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A circadian clock in macrophages controls inflammatory immune responses
M Keller, J Mazuch, U Abraham, GD Eom, ED Herzog, HD Volk, A Kramer, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (50), 21407-21412, 2009
7352009
Regulation of daily locomotor activity and sleep by hypothalamic EGF receptor signaling
A Kramer, FC Yang, P Snodgrass, X Li, TE Scammell, FC Davis, CJ Weitz
Science 294 (5551), 2511-2515, 2001
6082001
Spontaneous synchronization of coupled circadian oscillators
D Gonze, S Bernard, C Waltermann, A Kramer, H Herzel
Biophysical journal 89 (1), 120-129, 2005
4632005
Differential effects of PER2 phosphorylation: molecular basis for the human familial advanced sleep phase syndrome (FASPS)
K Vanselow, JT Vanselow, PO Westermark, S Reischl, B Maier, T Korte, ...
Genes & development 20 (19), 2660-2672, 2006
4162006
Coupling governs entrainment range of circadian clocks
U Abraham, AE Granada, PO Westermark, M Heine, A Kramer, H Herzel
Molecular systems biology 6 (1), 438, 2010
3372010
Regulation of clock-controlled genes in mammals
K Bozek, A Relogio, SM Kielbasa, M Heine, C Dame, A Kramer, H Herzel
PloS one 4 (3), e4882, 2009
2962009
Molecular insights into human daily behavior
SA Brown, D Kunz, A Dumas, PO Westermark, K Vanselow, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (5), 1602-1607, 2008
2932008
Synthesis and screening of peptide libraries on continuous cellulose membrane supports
A Kramer, J Schneider-Mergener
Combinatorial Peptide Library Protocols, 25-39, 1998
2621998
Synchronization-induced rhythmicity of circadian oscillators in the suprachiasmatic nucleus
S Bernard, D Gonze, B Čajavec, H Herzel, A Kramer
PLoS computational biology 3 (4), e68, 2007
2562007
Circadian behavior is light-reprogrammed by plastic DNA methylation
A Azzi, R Dallmann, A Casserly, H Rehrauer, A Patrignani, B Maier, ...
Nature neuroscience 17 (3), 377-382, 2014
2412014
Changing the antigen binding specificity by single point mutations of an anti-p24 (HIV-1) antibody
K Winkler, A Kramer, G Küttner, M Seifert, C Scholz, H Wessner, ...
The Journal of Immunology 165 (8), 4505-4514, 2000
2302000
Molecular basis for the binding promiscuity of an anti-p24 (HIV-1) monoclonal antibody
A Kramer, T Keitel, K Winkler, W Stöcklein, W Höhne, ...
Cell 91 (6), 799-809, 1997
2241997
A large-scale functional RNAi screen reveals a role for CK2 in the mammalian circadian clock
B Maier, S Wendt, JT Vanselow, T Wallach, S Reischl, S Oehmke, ...
Genes & development 23 (6), 708-718, 2009
2192009
Peroxisomal membrane proteins contain common Pex19p-binding sites that are an integral part of their targeting signals
H Rottensteiner, A Kramer, S Lorenzen, K Stein, C Landgraf, ...
Molecular biology of the cell 15 (7), 3406-3417, 2004
2152004
Tuning the mammalian circadian clock: robust synergy of two loops
A Relógio, PO Westermark, T Wallach, K Schellenberg, A Kramer, ...
PLoS computational biology 7 (12), e1002309, 2011
2022011
Modeling feedback loops of the mammalian circadian oscillator
S Becker-Weimann, J Wolf, H Herzel, A Kramer
Biophysical journal 87 (5), 3023-3034, 2004
1902004
β-TrCP1-mediated degradation of PERIOD2 is essential for circadian dynamics
S Reischl, K Vanselow, PO Westermark, N Thierfelder, B Maier, H Herzel, ...
Journal of biological rhythms 22 (5), 375-386, 2007
1842007
Structures of Drosophila cryptochrome and mouse cryptochrome1 provide insight into circadian function
A Czarna, A Berndt, HR Singh, A Grudziecki, AG Ladurner, G Timinszky, ...
Cell 153 (6), 1394-1405, 2013
1672013
Kinases and phosphatases in the mammalian circadian clock
S Reischl, A Kramer
FEBS letters 585 (10), 1393-1399, 2011
1672011
The phospho-occupancy of an atypical SLIMB-binding site on PERIOD that is phosphorylated by DOUBLETIME controls the pace of the clock
JC Chiu, JT Vanselow, A Kramer, I Edery
Genes & development 22 (13), 1758-1772, 2008
1642008
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