Harald Reuter#

List of 20 selected publications

  1. Reuter, H.:
    The dependence of slow inward current in Purkinje fibres on the extracellular calcium-concentration.
    J. Physiol. (Lond.) 192,4 79-492( 1967)
  2. Reuter, H. & N. Seitz:
    The dependence of calcium efflux from cardiac muscle on temperature and external ion composition.
    J. Physiol. (Lond.) 195, 451-470 (1968)
  3. Beeler G. W., Jr. & H. Reuter: Membrane calcium current in ventricular myocardial fibres. J. Physiol. (Lond.)207,19L-209(1 970)
  4. Beeler G. W., Jr. & H. Reuter:
    The relation between membrane potential, membrane currents and activation of contraction in ventricular myocardial fibres.
    J. Physiol. (Lond.) 207, 211-229(1970)
  5. Glitsch, H.G., H. Reuter & H. Scholz:
    The effect of the internal sodium concentration on calcium fluxes in isolated guinea-pig auricles.
    J. Physiol. (Lond.) 209, 25-43 (1970)
  6. Reuter, H.:
    Divalent cations as charge carriers in excitable membranes.
    Progr.Biophys.Mol. Biol. 26, 1-43,(1973)
  7. Reuter, H.:
    Localization of beta adrenergic receptors and effects of noradrenaline and cyclic nucleotides on action potentials, ionic currents and tension in mammaian cardiac muscle.
    J. Physiol. (Lond.) 242, 429-451 (1974)
  8. Beeler, G. W. & H. Reuter:
    Reconstruction of the action potential of ventricular myocardial fibres.
    J. Physiol. (Lond.) 268,177-210 (1977)
  9. Reuter, H., C.F. Stevens, R. W. Tsien & G. Yellen:
    Properties of single calcium channels in cardiac cell culture.
    Nature 297, 501,-504 (1982)
  10. Reuter, H.:
    Calcium channel modulation by neurotransmitters, enzymes and drugs.
    Nature 301, 569 -57 4 (1983)
  11. Cachelin, A. B., J. E. de Peyer, S. Kokubun & H. Reuter: Ca2+ channel modulation by 8-bromocyclic AMP in cultured cardiac cells.
    Nature 304, 462-464 (1983)
  12. Kokubun, S., B. Prod'hom, H.Porzig & H. Reuter:
    Studies on Ca channels in intact cardiac cells: voltage-dependent effects and cooperative interactions of dihydropyridine enantiomers.
    Mol. Pharmacol.30,571-584 (1986)
  13. Ryan, T.A., H.Reuter, B. Wendland, F.E. Schweizer, R.W. Tsien & S.J.Smith:
    The kinetics of synaptic vesicle recycling measured at single presynaptic boutons.
    Neuron 11, 713-724 (1993)
  14. Reuter, H.
    Measurements of exocytosis from single presynaptic nerve terminals reveal heterogeneous inhibition by Ca2+-channel blockers.
    Neuron 14, 773-779 (1995)
  15. Reuter, H. & H. Porzig:
    Localization and functional significance of the Na+/Ca2+ exchanger in presynaptic boutons of hippocampal cells in culture.
    Neuron 15, 7077- 1084,(1995)
  16. Ryan, T.A., S.J. Smith & H. Reuter:
    The timing of synaptic vesicle endocytosis.
    Proc.Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 93, 5567-5571 (1996)
  17. Ryan T.A., H. Reuter & S.J.Smith:
    Optical detection of quantal presynaptic membrane turnover.
    Nature 388, 478-482 (1997)
  18. Zühlke, R.D. & H. Reuter: Ca2+ -sensitive inactivation of L-type Ca2+ channels depends on multiple cytoplasmica mino acid sequences of the α1c subunit.
    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 95, 3287-3294(1998).
  19. Zühlke, R.D., G.S. Pitt, K. Deisseroth, R.W. Tsien & H. Reuter:
    Calmodulin supports both inactivation and facilitation of L-type calcium channels.
    Nature 399, 159-162, 1999
  20. Zühlke, R.D., G.S. Pitt, R.W. Tsien & H. Reuter:
    Ca2+-sensitivien activation and facilitation of L-type Ca2+ channels both depend on specific amino acid residues in a consensus calmodulin-binding motif in the α1c subunit.
    J. Biol. Chem. 275, 21121-21195, 2000
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