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Gerolf Gros
Gerolf Gros
Professor of Physiology
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei MH-Hannover.de
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Carbon dioxide transport and carbonic anhydrase in blood and muscle
C Geers, G Gros
Physiological reviews 80 (2), 681-715, 2000
4862000
The carbonic anhydrases: overview of their importance in cellular physiology and in molecular genetics
SJ Dodgson
The carbonic anhydrases: cellular physiology and molecular genetics, 3-14, 1991
2831991
Evidence that aquaporin 1 is a major pathway for CO2 transport across the human erythrocyte membrane
V Endeward, R Musa‐Aziz, GJ Cooper, LM Chen, MF Pelletier, LV Virkki, ...
The FASEB Journal 20 (12), 1974-1981, 2006
2712006
RhAG protein of the Rhesus complex is a CO2 channel in the human red cell membrane
V Endeward, JP Cartron, P Ripoche, G Gros
The FASEB Journal 22 (1), 64-73, 2008
2072008
Protein diffusion in living skeletal muscle fibers: dependence on protein size, fiber type, and contraction
S Papadopoulos, KD Jürgens, G Gros
Biophysical journal 79 (4), 2084-2094, 2000
2072000
Mucus as a diffusion barrier to oxygen: possible role in O2 uptake at low pH in carp (Cyprinus carpio) gills
GR Ultsch, G Gros
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Physiology 62 (3), 685-689, 1979
1451979
Myoglobin's old and new clothes: from molecular structure to function in living cells
G Gros, BA Wittenberg, T Jue
Journal of Experimental Biology 213 (16), 2713-2725, 2010
1332010
Diffusivity of myoglobin in intact skeletal muscle cells.
KD Jürgens, T Peters, G Gros
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 91 (9), 3829-3833, 1994
1221994
Ca2+ transients activate calcineurin/NFATc1 and initiate fast-to-slow transformation in a primary skeletal muscle culture
HP Kubis, N Hanke, RJ Scheibe, JD Meissner, G Gros
American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology 285 (1), C56-C63, 2003
1172003
Adult fast myosin pattern and Ca2+-induced slow myosin pattern in primary skeletal muscle culture
HP Kubis, EA Haller, P Wetzel, G Gros
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 94 (8), 4205-4210, 1997
1171997
CO2 permeability of cell membranes is regulated by membrane cholesterol and protein gas channels
F Itel, S Al‐Samir, F Öberg, M Chami, M Kumar, CT Supuran, PMT Deen, ...
The FASEB Journal 26 (12), 5182-5191, 2012
1112012
Velocity of CO2 exchange in muscle and liver
G Gros, SJ Dodgson
Annual Review of Physiology 50 (1), 669-694, 1988
1071988
Calcineurin regulates slow myosin, but not fast myosin or metabolic enzymes, during fast‐to‐slow transformation in rabbit skeletal muscle cell culture
JD Meißner, G Gros, RJ Scheibe, M Scholz, HP Kubis
The Journal of physiology 533 (1), 215-226, 2001
1042001
Proton transport by phosphate diffusion--a mechanism of facilitated CO2 transfer.
G Gros, W Moll, H Hoppe, H Gros
The Journal of general physiology 67 (6), 773-790, 1976
1021976
Carbonic anhydrase III is not required in the mouse for normal growth, development, and life span
G Kim, TH Lee, P Wetzel, C Geers, MA Robinson, TG Myers, JW Owens, ...
Molecular and cellular biology 24 (22), 9942-9947, 2004
1002004
Allosteric regulation of crocodilian haemoglobin
MF Perutz, C Bauer, G Gros, F Leclercq, C Vandecasserie, AG Schnek, ...
Nature 291 (5817), 682-684, 1981
951981
Radial and longitudinal diffusion of myoglobin in single living heart and skeletal muscle cells
S Papadopoulos, V Endeward, B Revesz-Walker, KD Jürgens, G Gros
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (10), 5904-5909, 2001
942001
The diffusion of carbon dioxide in erythrocytes and hemoglobin solutions
G Gros, W Moll
Pflügers Archiv 324, 249-266, 1971
931971
Activation of the β myosin heavy chain promoter by MEF‐2D, MyoD, p300, and the calcineurin/NFATc1 pathway
JD Meissner, PK Umeda, KC Chang, G Gros, RJ Scheibe
Journal of cellular physiology 211 (1), 138-148, 2007
882007
How does carbon dioxide permeate cell membranes? A discussion of concepts, results and methods
V Endeward, S Al-Samir, F Itel, G Gros
Frontiers in Physiology 4, 72383, 2014
872014
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