Wolfgang Hanke
Wolfgang Hanke
Professor für Membranphysiologie, Universität Hohenheim
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei uni-hohenheim.de
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Identification, purification, and functional reconstitution of the cyclic GMP-dependent channel from rod photoreceptors
NJ Cook, W Hanke, UB Kaupp
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 84 (2), 585-589, 1987
2511987
Single chloride channels from Torpedo electroplax. Activation by protons.
W Hanke, C Miller
The Journal of General Physiology 82 (1), 25-45, 1983
2101983
Alamethicin pore formation: voltage-dependent flip-flop of α-helix dipoles
G Boheim, W Hanke, G Jung
Biophysics of structure and mechanism 9 (3), 181-191, 1983
1931983
Lipid phase transition in planar bilayer membrane and its effect on carrier-and pore-mediated ion transport
G Boheim, W Hanke, H Eibl
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 77 (6), 3403-3407, 1980
1791980
Melittin and a chemically modified trichotoxin form alamethicin-type multi-state pores
W Hanke, C Methfessel, HU Wilmsen, E Katz, G Jung, G Boheim
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Biomembranes 727 (1), 108-114, 1983
1681983
Planar lipid bilayers: methods and applications
W Hanke, WR Schulue
Academic Press, 2012
1592012
The lowest conductance state of the alamethicin pore
W Hanke, G Boheim
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Biomembranes 596 (3), 456-462, 1980
1401980
Functional α6-containing nicotinic receptors are present in chick retina
S Vailati, W Hanke, A Bejan, B Barabino, R Longhi, B Balestra, M Moretti, ...
Molecular pharmacology 56 (1), 11-19, 1999
1381999
Agonist-activated ionic channels in acetylcholine receptor reconstituted into planar lipid bilayers
G Boheim, W Hanke, FJ Barrantes, H Eibl, B Sakmann, G Fels, A Maelicke
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 78 (6), 3586-3590, 1981
1341981
Pharmacology and biophysical properties of α7 and α7‐α8 α‐bungarotoxin receptor subtypes immunopurified from the chick optic lobe
C Gotti, W Hanke, K Maury, M Moretti, M Ballivet, F Clementi, D Bertrand
European Journal of Neuroscience 6 (8), 1281-1291, 1994
1241994
Channel properties of an insect neuronal acetylcholine receptor protein reconstituted in planar lipid bilayers
W Hanke, H Breer
Nature 321 (6066), 171-174, 1986
991986
Ion channel reconstitution into lipid bilayer membranes on glass patch pipettes
W Hanke, C Methfessel, U Wilmsen, G Boheim
Bioelectrochemistry and Bioenergetics 12 (3-4), 329-339, 1984
801984
cGMP-dependent channel protein from photoreceptor membranes: single-channel activity of the purified and reconstituted protein
W Hanke, NJ Cook, UB Kaupp
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 85 (1), 94-98, 1988
701988
Reconstitution of highly purified saxitoxin‐sensitive Na+‐channels into planar lipid bilayers.
W Hanke, G Boheim, J Barhanin, D Pauron, M Lazdunski
The EMBO journal 3 (3), 509-515, 1984
631984
Titanium allergy or not?
T Harloff, H Wolfgang, U Holzwarth, R Bader, P Thomas, A Schuh
Health 2 (04), 306, 2010
582010
Purification and characterization of an alpha-bungarotoxin receptor that forms a functional nicotinic channel.
C Gotti, AE Ogando, W Hanke, R Schlue, M Moretti, F Clementi
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 88 (8), 3258-3262, 1991
581991
Effects of altered gravity on the actin and microtubule cytoskeleton of human SH-SY5Y neuroblastoma cells
H Rösner, T Wassermann, W Möller, W Hanke
Protoplasma 229 (2-4), 225-234, 2006
572006
Two-dimensional wave patterns of spreading depolarization: retracting, re-entrant, and stationary waves
MA Dahlem, R Graf, AJ Strong, JP Dreier, YA Dahlem, M Sieber, W Hanke, ...
Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena 239 (11), 889-903, 2010
562010
Ion channel are sensitive to gravity changes
M Goldermann, W Hanke
Microgravity science and technology 13 (1), 35, 2001
552001
Identification of a cyclic nucleotide-and voltage-activated ion channel from insect antennae
J Krieger, J Strobel, A Vogl, W Hanke, H Breer
Insect biochemistry and molecular biology 29 (3), 255-267, 1999
521999
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