Publications of the Max Planck Institute of Biophysics

Publications of Phillip G. Wood

Journal Article (24)

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Journal Article
Mager, T. M.-H.; Lopez de la Morena, D.; Senn, V.; Schlotte, J.; D´Errico, A.; Feldbauer, K.; Wrobel, C.; Jung, S.; Bodensiek, K.; Rankovic, V. et al.; Browne, L.; Huet, A.; Jüttner, J.; Wood, P. G.; Letzkus, J.; Moser, T.; Bamberg, E.: High frequency neural spiking and auditory signaling by ultrafast red-shifted optogenetics. Nature Communications 9, 1750 (2018)
2.
Journal Article
Mager, T.; Wood, P. G.; Bamberg, E.: Optogenetic Control of Ca2+ and Voltage-Dependent Large Conductance (BK) Potassium Channels. Journal of Molecular Biology (London) 429 (6), pp. 911 - 921 (2017)
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Journal Article
Lam, R. S.; Töpfer, F.; Wood, P. G.; Busskamp, V.; Bamberg, E.: Functional Maturation of Human Stem Cell-Derived Neurons in Long-Term Cultures. PLoS One 12 (1), e0169506 (2017)
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Journal Article
Feldbauer, K.; Schlegel, J.; Weissbecker, J.; Sauer, F.; Wood, P. G.; Bamberg, E.; Terpitz, U.: Optochemokine tandem for light-control of intracellular Ca2+. PLoS One 10 (11), e0165344 (2016)
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Journal Article
Albarracin, V. H.; Kraiselburd, I.; Bamann, C.; Wood, P. G.; Bamberg, E.; Farias, M. E.; Gärtner, W.: Functional Green-Tuned Proteorhodopsin from Modern Stromatolites. PLoS One 11 (5), e0154962 (2016)
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Journal Article
Janke, C.; Scholz, F.; Becker-Baldus, J.; Glaubitz, C.; Wood, P. G.; Bamberg, E.; Wachtveitl, J.; Bamann, C.: Photocycle and Vectorial Proton Transfer in a Rhodopsin from the Eukaryote Oxyrrhis marina. Biochemistry 52 (16), pp. 2750 - 2763 (2013)
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Journal Article
Kleinlogel, S.; Terpitz, U.; Legrum, B.; Gökbuget, D.; Boyden, E. S.; Bamann, C.; Wood, P. G.; Bamberg, E.: A gene-fusion strategy for stoichiometric and co-localized expression of light-gated membrane proteins. Nature Methods 8 (12), pp. 1083 - 1088 (2011)
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Journal Article
Kleinlogel, S.; Feldbauer, K.; Dempski, R. E.; Fotis, H.; Wood, P. G.; Bamann, C.; Bamberg, E.: Ultra light-sensitive and fast neuronal activation with the Ca2+-permeable channelrhodopsin CatCh. Nature Neuroscience 14 (4), pp. 513 - 518 (2011)
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Journal Article
Hofmann, B.; Maybeck, V.; Eick, S.; Meffert, S.; Ingebrandt, S.; Wood, P.; Bamberg, E.; Offenhäusser, A.: Light induced stimulation and delay of cardiac activity. Lab on a Chip 10 (19), pp. 2588 - 2596 (2010)
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Journal Article
Haase, A.; Wood, P. G.; Pintschovius, V.; Bamberg, E.; Hartung, K.: Time resolved kinetics of the guinea pig Na-Ca exchanger (NCX1) expressed in Xenopus oocytes: voltage and Ca2+ dependence of the pre-steady-state current investigated by photolytic Ca2+ concentration jumps. Pflügers Archiv: European Journal of Physiology 454 (6), pp. 1031 - 1042 (2007)
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Journal Article
Zhang, F.; Wang, L.-P.; Brauner, M.; Liewald, J. F.; Kay, K.; Watzke, N.; Wood, P. G.; Bamberg, E.; Nagel, G.; Gottschalk, A. et al.; Deisseroth, K.: Multimodal fast optical interrogation of neural circuitry. Nature 446 (7136), pp. 633 - 639 (2007)
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Journal Article
Haase, A.; Kappl, M.; Nagel, G.; Wood, P. G.; Hartung, K.: The Ca/Ca Exchange Mode of the Na/Ca Exchanger Investigated by Photolytic Ca2+ Concentration Jumps. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 976 (1), pp. 113 - 116 (2002)
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Journal Article
Geibel, S.; Friedrich, T.; Ormos, P.; Wood, P. G.; Nagel, G.; Bamberg, E.: The Voltage Dependent Proton Pumping in Bacteriorhodopsin Is Characterized by Optoelectric Behavior. Biophysical Journal 81 (4), p. 2059-2068 (2001)
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Journal Article
Schmies, G.; Engelhard, M.; Wood, P. G.; Nagel, G.; Bamberg, E.: Electrophysiological characterization of specific interactions between bacterial sensory rhodopsins and their transducers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 98 (4), pp. 1555 - 1559 (2001)
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Journal Article
Karbach, D.; Staub, M.; Wood, P. G.; Passow, H.: Effect of site-directed mutagenesis of the arginine residues 509 and 748 on mouse band 3 protein-mediated anion transport. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta-Biomembranes 1371 (1), pp. 114 - 122 (1998)
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Journal Article
Weinreich, F.; Wood, P. G.; Riordan, J. R.; Nagel, G.: Direct action of genistein on CFTR. Pflügers Archiv: European Journal of Physiology 434, pp. 484 - 491 (1997)
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Journal Article
Mueller-Berger, S.; Karbach, D.; Kang, D.; Araníbar, N.; Wood, P. G.; Rüterjans, H.; Passow, H.: Roles of histidine 752 and glutamate 699 in the pH dependence of mouse band 3 protein-mediated anion transport. Biochemistry 34 (29), pp. 9325 - 9332 (1995)
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Journal Article
Müller-Berger, S.; Karbach, D.; König, J.; Lepke, S.; Wood, P. G.; Appelhans, H.; Passow, H.: Inhibition of mouse erythroid band 3-mediated chloride transport by site-directed mutagenesis of histidine residues and its reversal by second site mutation of Lys 558, the locus of covalent H2DIDS binding. Biochemistry 34 (29), pp. 9315 - 9324 (1995)
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Journal Article
Passow, H.; Wood, P. G.; Lepke, S.; Müller, H.; Sovak, M.: Exploration of the functional significance of the stilbene disulfonate binding site in mouse band 3 by site-directed mutagenesis. Biophysical Journal 62 (1), pp. 98 - 100 (1992)
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Journal Article
Wood, P. G.; Müller, H.; Sovak, M.; Passow, H.: Role of Lys 558 and Lys 869 in substrate and inhibitor binding to the murine band 3 protein: a study of the effects of site-directed mutagenesis of the band 3 protein expressed in the oocytes of Xenopus laevis. Journal of Membrane Biology 127 (2), pp. 139 - 148 (1992)
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Journal Article
Wood, P. G.; Müller, H.: The effects of terbium (III) on the Ca‐activated, K channel found in the resealed human erythrocyte membrane. European Journal of Biochemistry 146 (1), pp. 65 - 69 (1985)
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Journal Article
Wood, P. G.: The spontaneous activation of a potassium channel during the preparation of resealed human erythrocyte ghosts. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta-Biomembranes 774 (1), pp. 103 - 109 (1984)
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Journal Article
Wood, P. G.; Müller, H.: Modification of the cation selectivity filter and the calcium receptor of the Ca‐stimulated K channel in resealed ghosts of human red blood cells by low levels of incorporated trypsin. European Journal of Biochemistry 141 (1), pp. 91 - 95 (1984)
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Journal Article
Wood, P. G.; Rossleben, U.: Unmasking of a potassium leak in resealed human red blood cell ghosts. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta-Biomembranes 553 (2), pp. 320 - 325 (1979)

Book Chapter (5)

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Book Chapter
Passow, H.; Lepke, S.; Wood, P. G.: Exploration of the mechanism of mouse erythroid band 3-mediated anion exchange by site-directed mutagenesis. In: Progress in Cell Reports, Vol. 2, Chapter 10 Ed., pp. 85 - 98 (Eds. Bamberg, E.; Passow, H.). Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam (1992)
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Book Chapter
Wood, P. G.: The anion exchange proteins: homology and secondary structure. In: Progress in Cell Research, Vol. 2, Chapter 32 Ed., pp. 325 - 352 (Eds. Bamberg, E.; Passow, H.). Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam (1992)
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Book Chapter
Wood, P. G.: Preparation of resealable membranes maximally depleted of cytosolic components by gel filtration and tryptic digestion: resealable white ghosts. In: Methods in Enzymology, Vol. 173, pp. 346 - 355 (Eds. Fleischer, S.; Fleischer, B.). Academic Press (1989)
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Book Chapter
Wood, P. G.: Preparation of white resealable erythrocyte ghosts. In: Methods in Enzymology, Vol. 149, pp. 271 - 280 (Eds. Green, R.; Widder, K. J.). Academic Press (1987)
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Book Chapter
Wood, P. G.: Does Ternary Complex Formation Control the State of the Cation Barrier in the Resealed Human Red Blood Cell Ghost? In: Protides of the Biological Fluids, Vol. 29, pp. 283 - 286 (Ed. Peeters, H.). Pergamon Press, Oxford and New York (1982)

Conference Paper (1)

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Conference Paper
Passow, H.; Wood, P. G.: Current concepts of the mechanism of anion permeability. Drugs and Transport Processes - Symposia on Drug Action, Middlesex Hospital Medical School, London, April 09, 1973 - April 10, 1973. Biological Council - Coordinating Committee for Symposia on Drug Action 376, pp. 149 - 171 (1974)

Thesis - PhD (1)

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Thesis - PhD
Wood, P. G.: The Kinetics of Iodide Transport in the Human Red Blood Cell. Dissertation, University of Wisconsin, Wisconsin, USA (1973)
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