Michael Freissmuth
Michael Freissmuth
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G proteins control diverse pathways of transmembrane signaling1
M Freissmuth, PJ Casey, AG Gilman
The FASEB journal 3 (10), 2125-2131, 1989
4841989
Laryngeal recurrent nerve injury in surgery for benign thyroid diseases: effect of nerve dissection and impact of individual surgeon in more than 27,000 nerves at risk
M Hermann, G Alk, R Roka, K Glaser, M Freissmuth
Annals of surgery 235 (2), 261, 2002
4142002
Adenosine receptors: G protein-mediated signalling and the role of accessory proteins
M Klinger, M Freissmuth, C Nanoff
Cellular signalling 14 (2), 99-108, 2002
3012002
Neuromonitoring in thyroid surgery: prospective evaluation of intraoperative electrophysiological responses for the prediction of recurrent laryngeal nerve injury
M Hermann, C Hellebart, M Freissmuth
Annals of surgery 240 (1), 9, 2004
2842004
Expression of Gs alpha in Escherichia coli. Purification and properties of two forms of the protein.
MP Graziano, M Freissmuth, AG Gilman
Journal of Biological Chemistry 264 (1), 409-418, 1989
2401989
Oligomerization of the human serotonin transporter and of the rat GABA transporter 1 visualized by fluorescence resonance energy transfer microscopy in living cells
JA Schmid, P Scholze, O Kudlacek, M Freissmuth, EA Singer, HH Sitte
Journal of Biological Chemistry 276 (6), 3805-3810, 2001
2212001
Stimulation of the mitogen-activated protein kinase via the A2A-adenosine receptor in primary human endothelial cells
V Sexl, G Mancusi, C Höller, E Gloria-Maercker, W Schütz, M Freissmuth
Journal of Biological Chemistry 272 (9), 5792-5799, 1997
2091997
Mutations of GS alpha designed to alter the reactivity of the protein with bacterial toxins. Substitutions at ARG187 result in loss of GTPase activity.
M Freissmuth, AG Gilman
Journal of Biological Chemistry 264 (36), 21907-21914, 1989
2031989
A kinase-independent function of CDK6 links the cell cycle to tumor angiogenesis
K Kollmann, G Heller, C Schneckenleithner, W Warsch, R Scheicher, ...
Cancer cell 24 (2), 167-181, 2013
1972013
Calmodulin dependence of presynaptic metabotropic glutamate receptor signaling
V O'Connor, O El Far, E Bofill-Cardona, C Nanoff, M Freissmuth, ...
Science 286 (5442), 1180-1184, 1999
1761999
Reverse intrinsic activity of antagonists on G protein-coupled receptors
W Schütz, M Freissmuth
Trends in pharmacological sciences 13, 376-380, 1992
1741992
Suramin analogues as subtype-selective G protein inhibitors.
M Freissmuth, S Boehm, W Beindl, P Nickel, AP Ijzerman, M Hohenegger, ...
Molecular pharmacology 49 (4), 602-611, 1996
1711996
Risk factors for postoperative bleeding after thyroid surgery
R Promberger, J Ott, F Kober, C Koppitsch, R Seemann, M Freissmuth, ...
British Journal of Surgery 99 (3), 373-379, 2012
1662012
Amphetamines, new psychoactive drugs and the monoamine transporter cycle
HH Sitte, M Freissmuth
Trends in pharmacological sciences 36 (1), 41-50, 2015
1612015
Inability to N-glycosylate the human norepinephrine transporter reduces protein stability, surface trafficking, and transport activity but not ligand recognition.
HE Melikian, S Ramamoorthy, CG Tate, RD Blakely
Molecular Pharmacology 50 (2), 266-276, 1996
1571996
Functional expression of the human serotonin 5-HT1A receptor in Escherichia coli. Ligand binding properties and interaction with recombinant G protein alpha-subunits.
B Bertin, M Freissmuth, RM Breyer, W Schütz, AD Strosberg, S Marullo
Journal of Biological Chemistry 267 (12), 8200-8206, 1992
1531992
Activation of Mitogen-activated Protein Kinase by the A2A-adenosine Receptor via a rap1-dependent and via a p21 ras-dependent Pathway
MG Seidel, M Klinger, M Freissmuth, C Höller
Journal of Biological Chemistry 274 (36), 25833-25841, 1999
1461999
Binding of calmodulin to the D2-dopamine receptor reduces receptor signaling by arresting the G protein activation switch
E Bofill-Cardona, O Kudlacek, Q Yang, H Ahorn, M Freissmuth, C Nanoff
Journal of Biological Chemistry 275 (42), 32672-32680, 2000
1452000
Inhibition of receptor/G protein coupling by suramin analogues.
W Beindl, T Mitterauer, M Hohenegger, AP Ijzerman, C Nanoff, ...
Molecular Pharmacology 50 (2), 415-423, 1996
1431996
STAT1 acts as a tumor promoter for leukemia development
B Kovacic, D Stoiber, R Moriggl, E Weisz, RG Ott, R Kreibich, DE Levy, ...
Cancer cell 10 (1), 77-87, 2006
1422006
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