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Wolf, W., Kilic, A., Schrul, B., Lorenz, H., Schwappach, B. and M. Seedorf (2012). Yeast Ist2 recruits the endoplasmic reticulum to the plasma membrane and creates a ribosome-free membrane microcompartment. PLoS ONE 7: e39703.

Ercan, E., Chung, S-H., Bhardwaj, R. and M. Seedorf (2012). Di-arginine signals and the K-rich domain retain the Ca2+ sensor STIM1 in the endoplasmic reticulum. Traffic, 13, 992-1003.

Ercan, E., Momburg, F., Engel, E., Temmerman, K., Nickel, W. and M. Seedorf (2009). A conserved, lipid-mediated sorting mechanism of yeast Ist2 and mammalian STIM proteins to the peripheral ER. Traffic, 10:1802-1818.

Corsini, N.S., Sancho-Martinez, I., Laudenklos, S., Glagow, D., Kumar, S., Letellier, E., Koch, P., Teodorczyk, M., Kleber, S., Klussmann, S., Wiestler, B., Bruestle, O., Mueller, W., Gieffers, C., Hill, O., Thiemann, M., Seedorf, M., Gretz, N., Sprengel, R., Celikel, T. and A. Martin-Villalba (2009). The death receptor CD95 activates adult neural stem cells for working memory formation and brain repair. Cell Stem Cell, 5, 178-190.

Sezen, B., M. Seedorf and E. Schiebel (2009). The SESA network links duplication of the yeast centrosome with the protein translation machinery. Genes Development, 23, 1559-1570.

Fischer, M.A., Temmerman, K., Ercan, E., Nickel, W. and M. Seedorf (2009). Binding of the plasma membrane lipids recruits the yeast integral membrane protein Ist2 to the cortical ER. Traffic, 10, 1084-1097.

Maass, K., Fischer, M.A., Seiler, M., Temmerman, K., Nickel, W. and M. Seedorf (2009). A signal comprising a basic cluster and an amphipathic alpha-helix interacts with lipids and is required for the transport of Ist2 to the yeast cortical ER. Journal of Cell Science, 122, 625 - 635.

Nickel, W. and M. Seedorf (2008). Unconventional Mechanisms of Protein Transport to the Cell Surface of Eukaryotic Cells. Annual Review of Cell and Developmental Biology, 24, 287-308.

Franz, A., Maass, K. and Seedorf, M. (2007). A complex peptide-sorting signal, but no mRNA signal, is required for the Sec-independent transport of Ist2 from the yeast ER to the plasma membrane. FEBS Lett. 581, 401-405.

Gross, T., Siepmann, A., Sturm, D., Windgassen, M. Scarcelli, J.J., Seedorf, M., Cole, C.N. and Krebber, H. (2007). The DEAD-box RNA helicase Dbp5 functions in translation termination. Science 351, 646-649.

2005 and before


Jueschke, C., Waechter, A., Schwappach, B., and M. Seedorf (2005). SEC18/NSF-independent, protein-sorting pathway from the yeast cortical ER to the plasma membrane. J Cell Biol 169, 613-622.

Windgassen, M., Strum, D., Cajigas, I.J., Gonzales, C.I., Seedorf, M., Bastians, H. and H. Krebber (2004). Yeast shutteling SR-proteins Npl3p, Gbp2p and Hrp1p are part of the translating mRNPs, and Npl3p can function as a translational repressor. Mol Cell Biol 24, 10479-10491.

Baum, S., Bittins, M., Frey, S and M. Seedorf (2004). Asc1, a WD40-domain containing adaptor protein, is required for the interaction of the RNA-binding protein Scp160p with polysomes. Biochem J., 380, 823-830.

Jueschke, C., Ferring, D., Jansen, R. -P. and M. Seedorf (2004). A novel transport pathway for a yeast plasma membrane protein encoded by a localized mRNA. Current Biology 14, 406-411.

Frey, S., Pool, M. and M. Seedorf (2001). Scp160p, an RNA-binding, polysome-associated protein localizes to the endoplasmic reticulum of Saccharomyces cerevisiae in a microtubule-dependent manner. J Biol Chem 276, 15905-15912

Chung K.M., Lee, J., Kim, J.E., Song, O.K., Cho, S., Lim, J., Seedorf, M., Hahm, B. and S.K. Jang (2000). Nonstructural protein 5A of hepatitis C virus inhibits the function of karypherin beta3. J Virol 74, 5233-5241.

Seedorf, M., Damelin, M., Kahana, J., Taura,T. and P.A. Silver (1999). Interactions between a nuclear transporter and a subset of nuclear pore complex proteins depend on Ran GTPase. Mol Cell Biol 19:1547-57.

Seedorf, M. and P.A. Silver (1997). Importin/karyopherin protein family members required for mRNA export from the nucleus. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 94:8590-5.

Corbett, A., Ferrigno, P., Henry, M., Kahana, J., Koepp, D., Lee, M., Nguyen, L., Schlenstedt, G., Seedorf, M., Shen, E., Taura, T., Wong, D. and P.A. Silver (1996). Genetic analysis of macromolecular transport across the nuclear envelope. Exp Cell Res 229, 212-6.

Soll, J. and M. Seedorf (1995) In Mathis, P. (eds.), Photosynthesis: from Light to Biosphere. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Vol. 3, pp. 725-730.

Roehl, T., Caliebe, A., Seedorf, M. and Soll, J. (1995) Characterization of Four cDNAs Encoding Small GTP-Binding Proteins from Pea. Plant Physiol. 109: 1125.

Seedorf, M., and J. Soll (1995). Copper chloride, an inhibitor of protein import into chloroplasts. Febs Lett 367:19-22.

Seedorf, M., Waegemann, K. and J. Soll (1995). A constituent of the chloroplast import complex represents a new type of GTP-binding protein. Plant J 7:401-11.

Bartling, D., Seedorf, M., Schmidt, R. C. and E.W. Weiler (1994). Molecular characterization of two cloned nitrilases from Arabidopsis thaliana: key enzymes in biosynthesis of the plant hormone indole-3- acetic acid. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 91, 6021--5.

Bartling, D., Seedorf, M., Mithofer, A. and E.W. Weiler (1992). Cloning and expression of an Arabidopsis nitrilase which can convert indole-3-acetonitrile to the plant hormone, indole-3-acetic acid. Eur J Biochem 205, 417-24.


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