Georg Nagel

Neurophysiology University of Würzburg, Würzburg, Bayern, Germany 
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Ernst Bamberg collaborator (Chemistry Tree)
Karl Deisseroth collaborator
Christine E. Gee collaborator
Peter Hegemann collaborator
Thomas G. Oertner collaborator
 (light-activated cyclases)
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Walther F, Feind D, Vom Dahl C, et al. (2020) Action potentials in Xenopus oocytes triggered by blue light. The Journal of General Physiology. 152
Tian Y, Gao S, von der Heyde EL, et al. (2018) Two-component cyclase opsins of green algae are ATP-dependent and light-inhibited guanylyl cyclases. Bmc Biology. 16: 144
Beck S, Yu-Strzelczyk J, Pauls D, et al. (2018) Synthetic Light-Activated Ion Channels for Optogenetic Activation and Inhibition. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 12: 643
Scheib U, Broser M, Constantin OM, et al. (2018) Rhodopsin-cyclases for photocontrol of cGMP/cAMP and 2.3 Å structure of the adenylyl cyclase domain. Nature Communications. 9: 2046
Tian Y, Gao S, Yang S, et al. (2018) A novel rhodopsin phosphodiesterase fromshows light-enhanced substrate affinity. The Biochemical Journal
Bergs A, Schultheis C, Fischer E, et al. (2018) Rhodopsin optogenetic toolbox v2.0 for light-sensitive excitation and inhibition in Caenorhabditis elegans. Plos One. 13: e0191802
Scholz N, Guan C, Nieberler M, et al. (2017) Mechano-dependent signaling by Latrophilin/CIRL quenches cAMP in proprioceptive neurons. Elife. 6
Gao S, Nagpal J, Schneider MW, et al. (2015) Optogenetic manipulation of cGMP in cells and animals by the tightly light-regulated guanylyl-cyclase opsin CyclOp. Nature Communications. 6: 8046
Adamantidis A, Arber S, Bains JS, et al. (2015) Optogenetics: 10 years after ChR2 in neurons--views from the community. Nature Neuroscience. 18: 1202-12
Dawydow A, Gueta R, Ljaschenko D, et al. (2014) Channelrhodopsin-2-XXL, a powerful optogenetic tool for low-light applications. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111: 13972-7
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