C Banaschewski

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alpha-SNAP and NSF are thought to act as soluble factors, which transiently bind to a complex formed between syntaxin and SNAP-25 located at the plasma membrane and synaptobrevin at the secretory vesicle membrane, at the moment of exocytosis. Here we present data which permit the novel conclusion that alpha-SNAP and NSF are not soluble in adrenal chromaffin(More)
The open reading frame (ORF) and the regulated synthesis of the influenza C viral NS1 protein were analyzed in view of viruses possessing different biological activities. We provide evidence for a 246-amino-acid NS1-ORF, encoded by five viral strains and variants. Prokaryotic expression of the prototype NS1-ORF resulted in a product of 27 kDa, confirming(More)
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