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Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English), ISSN 1433-7851, 1/2018, Volume 57, Issue 5, pp. 1342 - 1345
Polymer lipid nanodiscs have provided an invaluable system for structural and functional studies of membrane proteins in their near-native environment. In... 
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Angewandte Chemie, ISSN 0044-8249, 01/2018, Volume 130, Issue 5, pp. 1356 - 1359
Polymer lipid nanodiscs are an invaluable system for structural and functional studies of membrane proteins in their near‐native environment. Despite the... 
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ISSN 1359-7345, 8/2018, Volume 54, Issue 69, pp. 9615 - 9618
Although there is a growing interest in using polymer lipid-nanodiscs, the polymer charge poses limitations for studies on membrane proteins. Here, we... 
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European Polymer Journal, ISSN 0014-3057, 11/2018, Volume 108, pp. 597 - 602
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Although there is a growing interest in using polymer lipid-nanodiscs, the polymer charge poses limitations for studies on membrane proteins. Here, we... 
NANOPARTICLES | PHOSPHOLIPID-BILAYER NANODISCS | SOLUBILIZATION | MALEIC ACID COPOLYMER | NMR-SPECTROSCOPY | DETERGENT-FREE ISOLATION | CYTOCHROME-P450 3A4 | CHEMISTRY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | LIPID-BILAYER | INSIGHTS | Proteins | Cytochrome | Cytochromes | Polymers
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Angewandte Chemie, ISSN 0044-8249, 01/2018, Volume 130, Issue 5, pp. 1356 - 1359
Polymer lipid nanodiscs are an invaluable system for structural and functional studies of membrane proteins in their near‐native environment. Despite the... 
Polymernanoscheiben | Lipiddoppelschichten | pH-Verträglichkeit | Magnetische Ausrichtung | Styrol-Maleimid-Polymere | Membrane lipids | Glycoproteins | Polymer industry | Hydrogen-ion concentration | Membrane proteins
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Chemistry and Physics of Lipids, ISSN 0009-3084, 03/2019, Volume 219, pp. 45 - 49
There is considerable interest in the development of membrane mimetics to study the structure, dynamics and function of membrane proteins. Polymer nanodiscs... 
pH resistant | Solid-state NMR | Polymer nanodiscs | Polymer charge | Size control | Membrane proteins | PHOSPHOLIPID-BILAYER NANODISCS | SOLUBILIZATION | BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY | DETERGENT-FREE ISOLATION | MICELLES | BICELLES | INTEGRAL MEMBRANE-PROTEINS | BIOPHYSICS | FUNCTIONALITY | LIPODISQ NANOPARTICLES | RECONSTITUTION | Usage | Polymer industry | Ethanolamines | Polymers
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American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology, ISSN 1044-1549, 07/2017, Volume 57, Issue 1, pp. 35 - 46
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by Sun, Wei and Kechris, Katerina and Jacobson, Sean and Drummond, M. Bradley and Hawkins, Gregory A and Yang, Jenny and Chen, Ting-Huei and Quibrera, Pedro Miguel and Anderson, Wayne and Barr, R. Graham and Basta, Patricia V and Bleecker, Eugene R and Beaty, Terri and Casaburi, Richard and Castaldi, Peter and Cho, Michael H and Comellas, Alejandro and Crapo, James D and Criner, Gerard and Demeo, Dawn and Christenson, Stephanie A and Couper, David J and Curtis, Jeffrey L and Doerschuk, Claire M and Freeman, Christine M and Gouskova, Natalia A and Han, MeiLan K and Hanania, Nicola A and Hansel, Nadia N and Hersh, Craig P and Hoffman, Eric A and Kaner, Robert J and Kanner, Richard E and Kleerup, Eric C and Lutz, Sharon and Martinez, Fernando J and Meyers, Deborah A and Peters, Stephen P and Regan, Elizabeth A and Rennard, Stephen I and Scholand, Mary Beth and Silverman, Edwin K and Woodruff, Prescott G and O’Neal, Wanda K and Bowler, Russell P and Alexis, Neil E and Boucher, Richard C and Carretta, Elizabeth E and Comellas, Alejandro P and Cooper, Christopher B and Criner, Gerard J and Crystal, Ronald G and Dransfield, Mark T and Hastie, Annette T and Krishnan, Jerry A and LaVange, Lisa M and Lazarus, Stephen C and Newell, John D and Oelsner, Elizabeth C and Paine, Robert and Putcha, Nirupama and Tashkin, Donald P and Wells, J. Michael and Wise, Robert A and Crapo, James and Silverman, Edwin and Make, Barry and Regan, Elizabeth and Laird, Nan and Lange, Christoph and Cho, Michael and Santorico, Stephanie and Hokanson, John and De, Dawn and Hansel, Nadia and Hersh, Craig and McDonald, Merry-Lynn and Wan, Emily and Hardin, Megan and Hetmanski, Jacqueline and Parker, Margaret and Foreman, Marilyn and Hobbs, Brian and Busch, Robert and El-Bouiez, Adel and Qiao, Dandi and Halper-Stromberg, Eitan and Begum, Ferdouse and Won, Sungho and Lynch, David A and Coxson, Harvey O and Humphries, Stephen and Jacobson, Francine L and Judy, Philip F and Kazerooni, Ella A and Ross, James C and San Jose Estepar, Raul and Stoel, Berend C and Tschirren, Juerg and van Rikxoort, Eva and ... and COPDGene Investigators and SPIROMICS Res Grp and SPIROMICS Research Group
PLoS Genetics, ISSN 1553-7390, 08/2016, Volume 12, Issue 8, pp. e1006011 - e1006011
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by Lee, Jin H and McDonald, Merry-Lynn N and Cho, Michael H and Wan, Emily S and Castaldi, Peter J and Hunninghake, Gary M and Marchetti, Nathaniel and Lynch, David A and Crapo, James D and Lomas, David A and Coxson, Harvey O and Bakke, Per S and Silverman, Edwin K and Hersh, Craig P and Bratschie, Stephanie and Lantz, Rochelle and Melanson, Sandra and Stepp, Lori and Bowler, Russell and Curtis, Jeffrey L and Han, MeiLan K and Hokanson, John E and Make, Barry J and Sutherland, E. Rand and Bleecker, Eugene R and Crystal, Ronald G and Hogg, James C and Province, Michael A and Rennard, Stephen I and Thomas, Duncan C and Croxton, Thomas and Gan, Weiniu and Postow, Lisa and Walsh, John W and Plant, Randel and Prieto, Delia and Cossette, Daniel and Kelly, Roxanne K and Everett, Douglas and Williams, Andre and Knowles, Ruthie and Wilson, Carla and Hokanson, John and Black-Shinn, Jennifer and Kinney, Gregory and Cho, Michael and DeMeo, Dawn and Foreman, Marilyn G and Hansel, Nadia N and Hardin, Megan E and Hetmanski, Jacqueline and Laird, Nan and Lange, Christoph and Lutz, Sharon M and Mattheisen, Manuel and Parker, Margaret M and Regan, Elizabeth A and Santorico, Stephanie and Zhou, Jin and Qaisi, Mustafa Al and Akhavan, Jaleh and Cox, Christian W and Cusick, Deanna and Dy, Jennifer G and Ginsburg, Shoshana and Hoffman, Eric A and Judy, Philip F and Kluiber, Alex and McKenzie, Alexander and Newell, John D and Reilly, John J and Ross, James and Estepar, Raul San Jose and Schroeder, Joyce D and Sieren, Jered and Sitek, Arkadiusz and Stinson, Douglas and Washko, George R and Zach, Jordan and Jensen, Robert and Beaty, Terri and Stacey, R and Farzadegan, Homayoon and Bragan, Samantha and Cayetano, Stacey and Curtis, Jeffrey and Kazerooni, Ella and Hanania, Nicola and Alapat, Philip and Bandi, Venkata and Guntupalli, Kalpalatha and Guy, Elizabeth and Mallampalli, Antara and Trinh, Charles and Atik, Mustafa and Al-Azzawi, Hasan and Fahr, Linda and Frigini, L. Alexander and Katz, David and Freytes, Jose and ... and COPDGene & ECLIPSE Investigators
Respiratory Research, ISSN 1465-9921, 08/2014, Volume 15, Issue 1, pp. 97 - 97
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