Andreas Anderluh
Andreas Anderluh
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Single molecule analysis reveals coexistence of stable serotonin transporter monomers and oligomers in the live cell plasma membrane
A Anderluh, E Klotzsch, AWAF Reismann, M Brameshuber, O Kudlacek, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 289 (7), 4387-4394, 2014
462014
Direct PIP 2 binding mediates stable oligomer formation of the serotonin transporter
A Anderluh, T Hofmaier, E Klotzsch, O Kudlacek, T Stockner, HH Sitte, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 1-9, 2017
352017
Tracking single serotonin transporter molecules at the endoplasmic reticulum and plasma membrane
A Anderluh, E Klotzsch, J Ries, AWAF Reismann, S Weber, M Fölser, ...
Biophysical journal 106 (9), L33-L35, 2014
182014
Determining Oligomerization of Membrane Proteins by Single Molecule Methods
A Anderluh, AK Das, GJ Schütz
Membrane Organization and Dynamics, 167-193, 2017
12017
PIP2 mediated influence on Serotonin Transport Function
T Hofmaier, A Anderluh, O Kudlacek, T Stockner, G Schütz, H Sitte
The FASEB Journal 30 (1_supplement), 661.6-661.6, 2016
2016
Lipid Mediated Oligomeric Assembly of the Serotonin Transporter at the Plasma Membrane
A Anderluh, T Hofmaier, E Klotzsch, O Kudlacek, T Stockner, HH Sitte, ...
Biophysical Journal 110 (3), 216a, 2016
2016
Single Molecule Analysis Reveals Coexistence of Stable Serotonin Transporter Monomers and Oligomers in the Live Cell Plasma Membrane
A Anderluh, E Klotzsch, V Kumar, AH Newman, HH Sitte, GJ Schuetz
Biophysical Journal 108 (2), 322a, 2015
2015
The molecular mechanism of amphetamine action (358.2)
H Sitte, T Hofmaier, A Anderluh, O Kudlacek, E Klotzsch, JW Yang, ...
The FASEB Journal 28, 358.2, 2014
2014
Andreas Anderluh1, Enrico Klotzsch1, Alexander WAF Reismann1, Mario Brameshuber1
O Kudlacek, AH Newman, HH Sitte, GJ Schütz
2014
Development and evaluation of novel methods for in situ labeling of uncultured microorganisms
A Anderluh
uniwien, 2011
2011
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