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Synaptotagmin I functions as a calcium regulator of release probability.

Fernandez-Chacon R., Koenigstorfer A., Gerber S.H., Garcia J., Matos M.F., Stevens C.F., Brose N., Rizo J., Rosenmund C., Suedhof T.C.

Nature 410:41-49(2001) · UniProtKB (1) · Mapped (2)

RIBEYE, a component of synaptic ribbons: a protein's journey through evolution provides insight into synaptic ribbon function.

Schmitz F., Koenigstorfer A., Suedhof T.C.

Neuron 28:857-872(2000) · UniProtKB (3) · Mapped (14)

Molecular characterization of an ependymin precursor from goldfish brain.

Koenigstorfer A., Sterrer S., Eckerskorn C., Lottspeich F., Schmidt R., Hoffmann W.

J. Neurochem. 52:310-312(1989) · UniProtKB (1)

Biosynthesis of ependymins from goldfish brain.

Koenigstorfer A., Sterrer S., Hoffmann W.

J. Biol. Chem. 264:13689-13692(1989) · UniProtKB (2)

Biosynthesis and expression of ependymin homologous sequences in zebrafish brain.

Sterrer S., Koenigstorfer A., Hoffmann W.

Neuroscience 37:277-284(1990) · UniProtKB (1)

Amino acid sequence microheterogeneities of a type I cytokeratin of Mr 51,000 from Xenopus laevis epidermis.

Hoffmann W., Sterrer S., Koenigstorfer A.

FEBS Lett. 237:178-182(1988) · UniProtKB (1)

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