Publications

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Kins, S., Betz, H., and Kirsch, J. (2000). Collybistin, a newly identified brain-specific GEF, induces submembrane clustering of gephyrin. Nature Neurosci 3, 22-29.

Ramming, M., Kins, S., Werner, N., Hermann, A., Betz, H., and Kirsch J. (2000). Diversity and phylogeny of gephyrin: tissue-specific splice variants, gene structure, and sequence similarities to molybdenum cofactor-synthesizing and cytoskeleton-associated proteins. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 97 (18), 10266-71.

Simburger, E., Plaschke, M., Kirsch, J., and Nitsch, R. (2000) Distribution of the receptor-anchoring protein gephyrin in the rat dentate gyrus and changes following entorhinal cortex lesion. Cereb Cortex 10 (4), 422-32.

Jess, U., El Far, O., Kirsch J., and Betz, H. (2002). Interaction of the C-terminal region of the rat serotonin transporter with MacMARCKS modulates 5-HT uptake regulation by protein kinase C. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 294 (2), 272-79.

Fuhrmann, J. C., Kins, S., Rostaing, P., El Far, O., Kirsch, J., Sheng, M., Triller, A., Betz, H., and Kneussel, M. (2002). Gephyrin interacts with Dynein light chains 1 and 2, components of motor protein complexes. J Neurosci 22, 5393-5402.

von Boyen, G.B., Reinshagen, M., Steinkamp, M., Adler, G., and Kirsch, J. (2002). Enteric nervous plasticity and development: dependence on neurotrophic factors. J Gastroenterol 37 (8), 583-88.

von Boyen, G.B., Reinshagen, M., Steinkamp, M., Adler, G., and Kirsch, J. (2002). Gut inflammation modulated by the enteric nervous system and neurotrophic factors. Scand J Gastroenterol 37 (6), 621-25.

Giesemann, K., Schwarz, G., Mendel, R.R., Nawrotzki, R., Kirsch, J., and Jockusch, B. (2003). Complex formation between the postsynaptic scaffolding protein gephyrin profilin and MENA: a possible link to the microfilament system. J Neurosci 23, 8330-39.

von Boyen, G.B., Steinkamp, M., Reinshagen, M., Schäfer, K.-H., Adler, G., and Kirsch, J. (2004). Proinflammatory cytokines increase glial fibrillary acidic protein expression in enteric glia. Gut 53 (2), 222-28.

Kleinhenz, B., Fabienke, M., Swiniarski, S., Wittenmayer, N., Kirsch, J., Jockusch, B.M., Arnold, H.H., and Illenberger, S. (2005). Raver2, a new member of the hnRNP family. FEBS Lett 579 (20), 4254-58.

Kuan, Y.-H., Gruebl, T., Soba, P., Eggert, S., Nesic, I., Back, S., Kirsch, J., and Beyreuther, K. (2006). PAT1a modulates intracellular transport and processing of amyloid precursor protein APP, APLP1 and APLP2. J Biol Chem 281 (52), 40114-23.

von Boyen, G.B., Steinkamp, M., Reinshagen, M., Schäfer, K.-H., Adler, G., and Kirsch, J.(2006). Nerve growth factor secretion in cultured enteric glia cells is nodulated by proinflammatory cytokines. J Neuroendocrinology 18 (11), 820–25.

von Boyen, G.B., Steinkamp, M., Adler, G., Kirsch, J. (2006). Glutamate receptor subunit expression in primary enteric glia cultures, J Receptors and Signal Transduction 26 (4), 329-36.

Xiang, S., Kim, E.Y., Connelly, J.J., Nassar, N., Kirsch, J., Winking, J., Schwarz, G., and Schindelin, H. (2006). The crystal structure of Cdc42 in complex with collybistin II, a Gephyrin-interacting guanine nucleotide exchange factor, J Mol Biol 359 (1), 35-46.

von Boyen, G.B., Steinkamp, M., Geerling, I., Reinshagen, M., Schäfer, K.-H., Adler, G., and Kirsch, J. (2006). Proinflammatory cytokines induce neurotrophic factor expression in enteric glia: a key to the regulation of epithelial apoptosis in Crohn's disease. Inflamm Bowel Dis 12 (5), 346-54.

Back, S., Haas, P., Tschäpe, J., Gruebl, T., Kirsch, J., Müller, U., Beyreuther, K., and Kins, S. (2007). The beta-Amyloid Precursor Protein can be transported independent of any sorting signal to the axonal and dendritic compartment. J Neurosci Res 85 (12), 2580-90.

Kremer, T., Kempf, C., Wittenmayer, N., Nawrotzki, R., Kuner,T., Kirsch, J., and Dresbach, T. (2007). Mover is a novel vertebrate-specific presynaptic protein with differential distribution at subsets of CNS synapses. FEBS Lett. 581(24):4727-33.

Nawrotzki, R., Zayer, S., Liu, X., and Kirsch, J. (2007 submitted), FLASH is a microtubule-binding protein at the mitotic central spindle. FEBS Lett.

Reviews

Kirsch J. (2006). Glycinergic transmission., Cell Tissue Res, 326 (2), 535-40.

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