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    1. Kass, H; Fromme, P; Witt, HT; Lubitz, W
      Orientation and electronic structure of the primary donor radical cation P-700(+center dot) in photosystem I: A single crystals EPR and ENDOR study

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    2. Bittl, R; Schlodder, E; Geisenheimer, I; Lubitz, W; Cogdell, RJ
      Transient EPR and absorption studies of carotenoid triplet formation in purple bacterial antenna complexes

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    3. Lubitz, W
      Bacterial ghosts as carrier and targeting systems

      EXPERT OPINION ON BIOLOGICAL THERAPY
    4. Denner, EBM; Paukner, S; Kampfer, P; Moore, ERB; Abraham, WR; Busse, HJ; Wanner, G; Lubitz, W
      Sphingomonas pituitosa sp nov., an exopolysaccharide-producing bacterium that secretes an unusual type of sphingan

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY
    5. Stein, M; Lubitz, W
      The electronic structure of the catalytic intermediate Ni-C in [NiFe] and [NiFeSe] hydrogenases

      PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS
    6. Fahnenschmidt, M; Bittl, R; Schlodder, E; Haehnel, W; Lubitz, W
      Characterization of de novo synthesized four-helix bundle proteins with metalloporphyrin cofactors

      PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS
    7. Stein, M; Lubitz, W
      DFT calculations of the electronic structure of the paramagnetic states Ni-A, Ni-B and Ni-C of [NiFe] hydrogenase

      PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS
    8. Stein, M; van Lenthe, E; Baerends, EJ; Lubitz, W
      g- and a-tensor calculations in the zero-order approximation for relativistic effects of Ni complexes Ni(mnt)(2)(-) and Ni(CO)(3)H as model complexesfor the active center of [NiFe]-hydrogenase

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A
    9. Baumgarten, M; Winscom, CJ; Lubitz, W
      Probing the surrounding of a cobalt(II) porphyrin and its superoxo complexby EPR techniques

      APPLIED MAGNETIC RESONANCE
    10. Schroll, G; Busse, HJ; Parrer, G; Rolleke, S; Lubitz, W; Denner, EBM
      Alcaligenes faecalis subsp parafaecalis subsp nov., a bacterium accumulating poly-beta-hydroxybutyrate from acetone-butanol bioprocess residues

      SYSTEMATIC AND APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    11. Denner, EBM; Mark, B; Busse, HJ; Turkiewicz, M; Lubitz, W
      Psychrobacter proteolyticus sp nov., a psychrotrophic, halotolerant bacterium isolated from the antarctic krill Euphausia superba Dana, excreting a cold-adapted metalloprotease

      SYSTEMATIC AND APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    12. Schabereiter-Gurtner, C; Pinar, G; Vybiral, D; Lubitz, W; Rolleke, S
      Rubrobacter-related bacteria associated with rosy discolouration of masonry and lime wall paintings

      ARCHIVES OF MICROBIOLOGY
    13. Haidinger, W; Szostak, MP; Beisker, W; Lubitz, W
      Green fluorescent protein (GFP)-dependent separation of bacterial ghosts from intact cells by FACS

      CYTOMETRY
    14. Pinar, G; Saiz-Jimenez, C; Schabereiter-Gurtner, C; Blanco-Varela, MT; Lubitz, W; Rolleke, S
      Archaeal communities in two disparate deteriorated ancient wall paintings:detection, identification and temporal monitoring by denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY
    15. Schabereiter-Gurtner, C; Pinar, G; Lubitz, W; Rolleke, S
      Analysis of fungal communities on historical church window glass by denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis and phylogenetic 18S rDNA sequence analysis

      JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGICAL METHODS
    16. Schabereiter-Gurtner, C; Pinar, G; Lubitz, W; Rolleke, S
      An advanced molecular strategy to identify bacterial communities on art objects

      JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGICAL METHODS
    17. Schabereiter-Gurtner, C; Maca, S; Rolleke, S; Nigl, K; Lukas, J; Hirschl, A; Lubitz, W; Barisani-Asenbauer, T
      16S rDNA-based identification of bacteria from conjunctival swabs by PCR and DGGE fingerprinting

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    18. Pinar, G; Ramos, C; Rolleke, S; Schabereiter-Gurtner, C; Vybiral, D; Lubitz, W; Denner, EBM
      Detection of indigenous Halobacillus populations in damaged ancient wall paintings and building materials: Molecular monitoring and cultivation

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    19. Pinar, G; Gurtner, C; Lubitz, W; Rolleke, S
      Identification of archaea in objects of art by denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis analysis and shotgun cloning

      MICROBIAL GROWTH IN BIOFILMS, PT A R BIOLOGICAL ASPECTS
    20. Hofbauer, W; Zouni, A; Bittl, R; Kern, J; Orth, P; Lendzian, F; Fromme, P; Witt, HT; Lubitz, W
      Photosystem II single crystals studied by EPR spectroscopy at 94 GHz: The tyrosine radical Y-D(center dot)

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    21. Scholz, HC; Riedmann, E; Witte, A; Lubitz, W; Kuen, B
      S-layer variation in Bacillus stearothermophilus PV72 is based on DNA rearrangements between the chromosome and the naturally occurring megaplasmids

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    22. Webber, AN; Lubitz, W
      P700: the primary electron donor of photosystem I

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOENERGETICS
    23. Stein, M; van Lenthe, E; Baerends, EJ; Lubitz, W
      Relativistic DFT calculations of the paramagnetic intermediates of [NiFe] hydrogenase. Implications for the enzymatic mechanism

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    24. Zech, SG; Hofbauer, W; Kamlowski, A; Fromme, P; Stehlik, D; Lubitz, W; Bittl, R
      A structural model for the charge separated state P(700)(center dot+)A(1)(center dot-) in photosystem I from the orientation of the magnetic interaction tensors

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    25. Sinnecker, S; Koch, W; Lubitz, W
      Bacteriochlorophyll a radical cation and anion-calculation of isotropic hyperfine coupling constants by density functional methods

      PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS
    26. Lassmann, G; Eriksson, LA; Lendzian, F; Lubitz, W
      Structure of a transient neutral histidine radical in solution: EPR continuous-flow studies in a Ti3+/EDTA-Fenton system and density functional calculations

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A
    27. Gurtner, C; Heyrman, J; Pinar, G; Lubitz, W; Swings, J; Rolleke, S
      Comparative analyses of the bacterial diversity on two different biodeteriorated wall paintings by DGGE and 16S rDNA sequence analysis

      INTERNATIONAL BIODETERIORATION & BIODEGRADATION
    28. Cogdell, RJ; Howard, TD; Bittl, R; Schlodder, E; Geisenheimer, I; Lubitz, W
      How carotenoids protect bacterial photosynthesis

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    29. Baranyi, U; Klein, R; Lubitz, W; Kruger, DH; Witte, A
      The archaeal halophilic virus-encoded Dam-like methyltransferase M.phi Ch1-I methylates adenine residues and complements dam mutants in the low salt environment of Escherichia coli

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    30. Trofanchuk, O; Stein, M; Gessner, C; Lendzian, F; Higuchi, Y; Lubitz, W
      Single crystal EPR studies of the oxidized active site of [NiFe] hydrogenase from Desulfovibrio vulgaris Miyazaki F

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    31. Domdey, H; Hungerer, KD; Lubitz, W; Schodel, F; von Specht, BU
      New approaches to bacterial vaccine development

      FEMS IMMUNOLOGY AND MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    32. Kainz, A; Lubitz, W; Busse, HJ
      Genomic fingerprints, ARDRA profiles and quinone systems for classification of Pasteurella sensu stricto

      SYSTEMATIC AND APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    33. Scholz, H; Hummel, S; Witte, A; Lubitz, W; Kuen, B
      The transposable element IS4712 prevents S-layer gene (sbsA) expression inBacillus stearothermophilus and also affects the synthesis of altered surface layer proteins

      ARCHIVES OF MICROBIOLOGY
    34. Hensel, A; Huter, V; Katinger, A; Raza, P; Strnistschie, C; Roesler, U; Brand, E; Lubitz, W
      Intramuscular immunization with genetically inactivated (ghosts) Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae serotype 9 protects pigs against homologous aerosol challenge and prevents carrier state

      VACCINE
    35. Lubitz, W; von Specht, BU
      New approaches in vaccine development, 1999 (NAVD'99, 15-18 May, 1999, Vienna, Austria) and new approaches to bacterial vaccine development (NABVD'99, 19-22 May 1999, Munich, Germany)

      JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    36. Haslberger, AG; Kohl, G; Felnerova, D; Mayr, UB; Furst-Ladani, S; Lubitz, W
      Activation, stimulation and uptake of bacterial ghosts in antigen presenting cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    37. Ignatyev, G; Steinkasserer, A; Streltsova, M; Atrasheuskaya, A; Agafonov, A; Lubitz, W
      Experimental study on the possibility of treatment of some hemorrhagic fevers

      JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    38. Eko, FO; Mayr, UB; Attridge, SR; Lubitz, W
      Characterization and immunogenicity of Vibrio cholerae ghosts expressing toxin-coregulated pili

      JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    39. Huter, V; Hensel, A; Brand, E; Lubitz, W
      Improved protection against lung colonization by Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae ghosts: characterization of a genetically inactivated vaccine

      JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    40. Nabedryk, E; Schulz, C; Muh, F; Lubitz, W; Breton, J
      Heterodimeric versus homodimeric structure of the primary electron donor in Rhodobacter sphaeroides reaction centers genetically modified at positionM202

      PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY
    41. Howorka, S; Sara, M; Wang, YJ; Kuen, B; Sleytr, UB; Lubitz, W; Bayley, H
      Surface-accessible residues in the monomeric and assembled forms of a bacterial surface layer protein

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    42. Fahnenschmidt, M; Bittl, R; Rau, HK; Haehnel, W; Lubitz, W
      Electron paramagnetic resonance and electron nuclear double resonance spectroscopy of a heme protein maquette

      CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS
    43. Krabben, L; Schlodder, E; Jordan, R; Carbonera, D; Giacometti, G; Lee, H; Webber, AN; Lubitz, W
      Influence of the axial ligands on the spectral properties of P700 of photosystem I: A study of site-directed mutants

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    44. Muh, F; Bibikova, M; Schlodder, E; Osterhelt, D; Lubitz, W
      Conformational relaxation following reduction of the photoactive bacteriopheophytin in reaction centers from Blastochloris viridis. Influence of mutations at position M208

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOENERGETICS
    45. Kolberg, M; Bleifuss, G; Potsch, S; Graslund, A; Lubitz, W; Lassmann, G; Lendzian, F
      A new stable high-valent diiron center in R2 mutant Y122H of E-coli ribonucleotide reductase studied by high-field EPR and Fe-57-ENDOR

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    46. Calvo, R; Abresch, EC; Bittl, R; Feher, G; Hofbauer, W; Isaacson, RA; Lubitz, W; Okamura, MY; Paddock, ML
      EPR study of the molecular and electronic structure of the semiquinone biradical Q(A)(-center dot) Q(B)(-center dot) in photosynthetic reaction centers from Rhodobacter sphaeroides

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    47. Lassmann, G; Eriksson, LA; Himo, F; Lendzian, F; Lubitz, W
      Electronic structure of a transient histidine radical in liquid aqueous solution: EPR continuous-flow studies and density functional calculations

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A
    48. Muh, F; Jones, MR; Lubitz, W
      Reorientation of the acetyl group of the photoactive bacteriopheophytin inreaction centers of Rhodobacter sphaeroides: An ENDOR TRIPLE resonance study

      BIOSPECTROSCOPY
    49. Gessner, C; Stein, M; Albracht, SPJ; Lubitz, W
      Orientation-selected ENDOR of the active center in Chromatium vinosum [NiFe] hydrogenase in the oxidized "ready" state

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    50. Fahnenschmidt, M; Rau, HK; Bittl, R; Haehnel, W; Lubitz, W
      Characterization of a de novo designed heme protein by EPR and ENDOR spectroscopy

      CHEMISTRY-A EUROPEAN JOURNAL
    51. Lubitz, W; Feher, G
      The primary and secondary accepters in bacterial photosynthesis III. Characterization of the quinone radicals QA(-)center dot and QB(-center dot) by EPR and ENDOR

      APPLIED MAGNETIC RESONANCE
    52. Jechlinger, W; Szostak, MP; Witte, A; Lubitz, W
      Altered temperature induction sensitivity of the lambda p(R)/cI857 system for controlled gene E expression in Escherichia coli

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    53. Howorka, S; Sara, M; Lubitz, W; Kuen, B
      Self-assembly product formation of the Bacillus stearothermophilus PV72/p6S-layer protein SbsA in the course of autolysis of Bacillus subtilis

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    54. Furst-Ladani, S; Redl, H; Haslberger, A; Lubitz, W; Messner, P; Sleytr, UB; Schlag, G
      Bacterial cell envelopes (ghosts) but not S-layers activate human endothelial cells (HUVECs) through sCD14 and LBP mechanism

      VACCINE
    55. Eko, FO; Witte, A; Huter, V; Kuen, B; Furst-Ladani, S; Haslberger, A; Katinger, A; Hensel, A; Szostak, MP; Resch, S; Mader, H; Raza, P; Brand, E; Marchart, J; Jechlinger, W; Haidinger, W; Lubitz, W
      New strategies for combination vaccines based on the extended recombinant bacterial ghost system

      VACCINE
    56. Huter, V; Szostak, MP; Gampfer, J; Prethaler, S; Wanner, G; Gabor, F; Lubitz, W
      Bacterial ghosts as drug carrier and targeting vehicles

      JOURNAL OF CONTROLLED RELEASE
    57. Lubitz, W
      Special issue - New approaches to Vaccine Development 1997

      JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    58. Katinger, A; Lubitz, W; Szostak, MP; Stadler, M; Klein, R; Indra, A; Huter, V; Hensel, A
      Pigs aerogenously immunized with genetically inactivated (ghosts) or irradiated Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae are protected against a homologous aerosol challenge despite differing in pulmonary cellular and antibody responses

      JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    59. Lubitz, W; Witte, A; Eko, FO; Kamal, M; Jechlinger, W; Brand, E; Marchart, J; Haidinger, W; Huter, V; Felnerova, D; Stralis-Alves, N; Lechleitner, S; Melzer, H; Szostak, MP; Resch, S; Mader, H; Kuen, B; Mayr, B; Mayrhofer, P; Geretschlager, R; Haslberger, A; Hensel, A
      Extended recombinant bacterial ghost system

      JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    60. Rolleke, SS; Gurtner, C; Drewello, U; Drewello, R; Lubitz, W; Weissmann, R
      Analysis of bacterial communities on historical glass by denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis of PCR-amplified gene fragments coding for 16S rRNA

      JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGICAL METHODS
    61. Potsch, S; Lendzian, F; Ingemarson, R; Hornberg, A; Thelander, L; Lubitz, W; Lassmann, G; Graslund, A
      The iron-oxygen reconstitution reaction in protein R2-tyr-177 mutants of mouse ribonucleotide reductase - EPR and electron nuclear double resonance studies on a new transient tryptophan radical

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    62. Wieser, M; Schumann, P; Martin, K; Altenburger, P; Burghardt, J; Lubitz, W; Busse, HJ
      Agrococcus citreus sp nov., isolated from a medieval wall painting of the chapel of Castle Herberstein (Austria)

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC BACTERIOLOGY
    63. Zech, SG; Kurreck, J; Renger, G; Lubitz, W; Bittl, R
      Determination of the distance between Y-Z(ox center dot) and Q(A)(-center dot) in photosystem II by pulsed EPR spectroscopy on light-induced radical pairs

      FEBS LETTERS
    64. Jegerschold, C; MacMillan, F; Lubitz, W; Rutherford, AW
      Effects of copper and zinc ions on photosystem II studied by EPR spectroscopy

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    65. Gardiner, AT; Zech, SG; MacMillan, F; Kass, H; Bittl, R; Schlodder, E; Lendzian, F; Lubitz, W
      Electron paramagnetic resonance studies of zinc-substituted reaction centers from Rhodopseudomonas viridis

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    66. KAMLOWSKI A; ZECH SG; FROMME P; BITTL R; LUBITZ W; WITT HT; STEHLIK D
      THE RADICAL PAIR STATE P(700)(CENTER-DOT-DOT-) IN PHOTOSYSTEM-I SINGLE-CRYSTALS - ORIENTATION DEPENDENCE OF THE TRANSIENT SPIN-POLARIZED EPR-SPECTRA()A(1)(CENTER)

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    67. KAMLOWSKI A; ALTENBERGGREULICH B; VANDEREST A; ZECH SG; BITTL R; FROMME P; LUBITZ W; STEHLIK D
      THE QUINONE ACCEPTOR A(1) IN PHOTOSYSTEM-I - BINDING-SITE, AND COMPARISON TO Q(A) IN PURPLE BACTERIA REACTION CENTERS

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    68. ROHRER M; MACMILLAN F; PRISNER TF; GARDINER AT; MOBIUS K; LUBITZ W
      PULSED ENDOR AT 95 GHZ ON THE PRIMARY ACCEPTOR UBISEMIQUINONE Q(A)(-CENTER-DOT) IN PHOTOSYNTHETIC BACTERIAL REACTION CENTERS AND RELATED MODEL SYSTEMS

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    69. KASS H; LUBITZ W; HARTWIG G; SCHEER H; NOY D; SCHERZ A
      ENDOR STUDIES OF SUBSTITUTED CHLOROPHYLL CATION RADICALS

      SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART A-MOLECULAR AND BIOMOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY
    70. NABEDRYK E; BRETON J; WILLIAMS JC; ALLEN JP; KUHN M; LUBITZ W
      FTIR CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PRIMARY ELECTRON-DONOR IN DOUBLE MUTANTSCOMBINING THE HETERODIMER HL(M202) WITH THE LH(L131), HF(L168), FH(M197), OR LH(M160) MUTATIONS

      SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART A-MOLECULAR AND BIOMOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY
    71. WACHTVEITL J; HUBER H; FEICK R; RAUTTER J; MUH F; LUBITZ W
      ELECTRON-TRANSFER IN BACTERIAL REACTION CENTERS WITH AN ENERGETICALLYRAISED PRIMARY ACCEPTOR - ULTRAFAST SPECTROSCOPY AND ENDOR TRIPLE STUDIES/

      SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART A-MOLECULAR AND BIOMOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY
    72. ROLLEKE S; WITTE A; WANNER G; LUBITZ W
      MEDIEVAL WALL PAINTINGS - A HABITAT FOR ARCHAEA - IDENTIFICATION OF ARCHAEA BY DENATURING GRADIENT GEL-ELECTROPHORESIS (DGGE) OF PCR-AMPLIFIED GENE FRAGMENTS CODING FOR 16S RIBOSOMAL-RNA IN A MEDIEVAL WALL PAINTING

      International biodeterioration & biodegradation
    73. NIMZ O; LENDZIAN F; BOULLAIS C; LUBITZ W
      INFLUENCE OF HYDROGEN-BONDS ON THE ELECTRONIC G-TENSOR AND C-13-HYPERFINE TENSORS OF C-13-LABELED UBIQUINONES - EPR AND ENDOR STUDY

      Applied magnetic resonance
    74. JECHLINGER W; SZOSTAK MP; LUBITZ W
      COLD-SENSITIVE E-LYSIS SYSTEMS

      Gene
    75. WITTE A; WANNER G; LUBITZ W; HOLTJE JV
      EFFECT OF PHI-X174 PROTEIN E-MEDIATED LYSIS ON MUREIN COMPOSITION OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      FEMS microbiology letters
    76. WITTE A; REISINGER GR; SACKL W; WANNER G; LUBITZ W
      CHARACTERIZATION OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI LYSIS USING A FAMILY OF CHIMERICE-L GENES

      FEMS microbiology letters
    77. WITTE A; BRAND E; MAYRHOFER P; NARENDJA F; LUBITZ W
      MUTATIONS IN CELL-DIVISION PROTEINS FTSZ AND FTSA INHIBIT PHI-X174 PROTEIN-E-MEDIATED LYSIS OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Archives of microbiology
    78. RESCH S; GRUBER K; WANNER G; SLATER S; DENNIS D; LUBITZ W
      AQUEOUS RELEASE AND PURIFICATION OF POLY(BETA-HYDROXYBUTYRATE FROM ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Journal of biotechnology
    79. Schroll, G; Resch, S; Gruber, K; Wanner, G; Lubitz, W
      Heterologous Phi X174 gene E-expression in Ralstonia eutropha: E-mediated lysis is not restricted to gamma-subclass of proteobacteria

      JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    80. LENDZIAN F; BITTL R; LUBITZ W
      PULSED ENDOR OF THE PHOTOEXCITED TRIPLET-STATES OF BACTERIOCHLOROPHYLL A AND OF THE PRIMARY DONOR P-865 IN REACTION CENTERS OF RHODOBACTER-SPHAEROIDES R-26

      Photosynthesis research
    81. MUH F; SCHULZ C; SCHLODDER E; JONES MR; RAUTTER J; KUHN M; LUBITZ W
      EFFECTS OF ZWITTERIONIC DETERGENTS ON THE ELECTRONIC-STRUCTURE OF THEPRIMARY DONOR AND THE CHARGE RECOMBINATION KINETICS OF P(-) IN NATIVEAND MUTANT REACTION CENTERS FROM RHODOBACTER-SPHAEROIDES()Q(A)()

      Photosynthesis research
    82. ISAACSON RA; ABRESCH EC; PADDOCK ML; FEHER G; LENDZIAN F; LUBITZ W
      Q(A)(-CENTER-DOT) AND Q(B)(-CENTER-DOT) IN ZNRCS OF RHODOBACTER-SPHAEROIDES STUDIED BY ORIENTATION-SELECTED ENDOR AT 35 GHZ

      Biophysical journal
    83. MUH F; WILLIAMS JC; ALLEN JP; LUBITZ W
      A CONFORMATIONAL CHANGE OF THE PHOTOACTIVE BACTERIOPHEOPHYTIN IN REACTION CENTERS FROM RHODOBACTER-SPHAEROIDES

      Biochemistry
    84. Schafer, KO; Bittl, R; Zweygart, W; Lendzian, F; Haselhorst, G; Weyhermuller, T; Wieghardt, K; Lubitz, W
      Electronic structure of antiferromagnetically coupled dinuclear manganese ((MnMnIV)-Mn-III) complexes studied by magnetic resonance techniques

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    85. VANDEREST A; PRISNER T; BITTL R; FROMME P; LUBITZ W; MOBIUS K; STEHLIK D
      TIME-RESOLVED X-BAND, K-BAND, AND W-BAND EPR OF THE RADICAL PAIR STATE P(700)(CENTER-DOT-DOT-) OF PHOTOSYSTEM-I IN COMPARISON WITH P(865)(CENTER-DOT+)Q(A)(CENTER-DOT-) IN BACTERIAL REACTION CENTERS()A(1)(CENTER)

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    86. HASLBERGER AG; MADER HJ; SCHMALNAUER M; KOHL G; SZOSTAK MP; MESSNER P; SLEYTR UB; WANNER G; FURSTLADANI S; LUBITZ W
      BACTERIAL-CELL ENVELOPES (GHOSTS) AND LPS BUT NOT BACTERIAL S-LAYERS INDUCE SYNTHESIS OF IMMUNE-MEDIATORS IN MOUSE MACROPHAGES INVOLVING CD14

      Journal of endotoxin research
    87. BERNER M; WANNER G; LUBITZ W
      A COMPARATIVE-STUDY OF THE FUNGAL FLORA PRESENT IN MEDIEVAL WALL PAINTINGS IN THE CHAPEL OF THE CASTLE HERBERSTEIN AND IN THE PARISH-CHURCHOF ST GEORGEN IN STYRIA, AUSTRIA

      International biodeterioration & biodegradation
    88. WITTE A; SCHROT G; SCHON P; LUBITZ W
      PROLINE-21, A RESIDUE WITHIN THE ALPHA-HELICAL DOMAIN OF PHI-X174-LYSIS PROTEIN-E, IS REQUIRED FOR ITS FUNCTION IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Molecular microbiology
    89. WITTE A; BARANYI U; KLEIN R; SULZNER M; LUO C; WANNER G; KRUGER DH; LUBITZ W
      CHARACTERIZATION OF NATRONOBACTERIUM-MAGADII PHAGE PHI-CH1, A UNIQUE ARCHAEAL PHAGE CONTAINING DNA AND RNA

      Molecular microbiology
    90. LUBITZ W
      KURRECK,HARRY - ON THE OCCASION OF HIS 65TH BIRTHDAY

      Applied magnetic resonance
    91. ZECH SG; BITTL R; GARDINER AT; LUBITZ W
      TRANSIENT AND PULSED EPR SPECTROSCOPY ON THE RADICAL PAIR STATE P(865)(-DOT)Q(A)(-CENTER-DOT) TO STUDY LIGHT-INDUCED-CHANGES IN BACTERIAL REACTION CENTERS(CENTER)

      Applied magnetic resonance
    92. LUBITZ W; LENDZIAN F; PLATO M; SCHEER H; MOBIUS K
      THE BACTERIOCHLOROPHYLL A CATION-RADICAL REVISITED - AN ENDOR AND TRIPLE-RESONANCE STUDY

      Applied magnetic resonance
    93. LASSMANN G; LENDZIAN F; MACMILLIAN F; BITTL R; POTSCH S; SAHLIN M; SJOBERG BM; GRASLUND A; LUBITZ W
      ELECTRONIC-STRUCTURE OF NEUTRAL TRYPTOPHAN RADICALS IN RIBONUCLEOTIDEREDUCTASE STUDIED BY EPR AND ENDOR SPECTROSCOPY

      The FASEB journal
    94. MADER HJ; SZOSTAK MP; HENSEL A; LUBITZ W; HASLBERGER AG
      ENDOTOXICITY DOES NOT LIMIT THE USE OF BACTERIAL GHOSTS AS CANDIDATE VACCINES

      Vaccine
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