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    1. Greaser, M
      Identification of new repeating motifs in titin

      PROTEINS-STRUCTURE FUNCTION AND GENETICS
    2. Ueda, T; Katsuzaki, H; Terami, H; Ohtsuka, H; Kagawa, H; Murase, T; Kajiwara, Y; Yoshioka, O; Iio, T
      Calcium-bindings of wild type and mutant troponin Cs of Caenorhabditis elegans

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-PROTEIN STRUCTURE AND MOLECULAR ENZYMOLOGY
    3. Campbell, KB; Razumova, MV; Kirkpatrick, RD; Slinker, BK
      Myofilament kinetics in isometric twitch dynamics

      ANNALS OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
    4. Craig, R; Lehman, W
      Crossbridge and tropomyosin positions observed in native, interacting thick and thin filaments

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    5. Liversage, AD; Holmes, D; Knight, PJ; Tskhovrebova, L; Trinick, J
      Titin and the sarcomere symmetry paradox

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    6. Gutierrez-Cruz, G; Van Heerden, AH; Wang, K
      Modular motif, structural folds and affinity profiles of the PEVK segment of human fetal skeletal muscle titin

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    7. Hitchcock-DeGregori, SE; Song, Y; Moraczewska, J
      Importance of internal regions and the overall length of tropomyosin for actin binding and regulatory function

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    8. Morimoto, S; Ohta, M; Goto, T; Ohtsuki, I
      A pH-sensitive interaction of troponin I with troponin C coupled with strongly binding cross-bridges in cardiac myofilament activation

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    9. Chiodini, F; Charpantier, E; Muller, D; Tassonyi, E; Fuchs-Buder, T; Bertrand, D
      Blockade and activation of the human neuronal nicotinic acetylcholine receptors by atracurium and laudanosine

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    10. Royuela, M; Meyer-Rochow, VB; Fraile, B; Paniagua, R
      Muscle cells in the tiny marine Antarctic mite Halacarellus thomasi: an ultrastructural and immunocytochemical study

      POLAR BIOLOGY
    11. Flora, A; Schulz, R; Benfante, R; Battaglioli, E; Terzano, S; Clementi, F; Fornasari, D
      Neuronal and extraneuronal expression and regulation of the human alpha 5 nicotinic receptor subunit gene

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    12. Flora, A; Schulz, R; Benfante, R; Battaglioli, E; Terzano, S; Clementi, F; Fornasari, D
      Transcriptional regulation of the human alpha 5 nicotinic receptor subunitgene in neuronal and non-neuronal tissues

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    13. Conti-Fine, BM; Navaneetham, D; Lei, S; Maus, ADJ
      Neuronal nicotinic receptors in non-neuronal cells: new mediators of tobacco toxicity?

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    14. Razumova, MV; Bukatina, AE; Campbell, KB
      Different myofilament nearest-neighbor interactions have distinctive effects on contractile behavior

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    15. Razumova, MV; Bukatina, AE; Campbell, KB
      Stiffness-distortion sarcomere model for muscle simulation

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    16. Fischer, U; Reinhardt, S; Albuquerque, EX; Maelicke, A
      Expression of functional alpha 7 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor during mammalian muscle development and denervation

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    17. Dezaki, K; Tsuneki, H; Kimura, I
      Methyllycaconitine-sensitive neuronal nicotinic receptor-operated slow Ca2+ signal by local application or perfusion of ACh at the mouse neuromuscular junction

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    18. Wick, M
      Filament assembly properties of the sarcomeric myosin heavy chain

      POULTRY SCIENCE
    19. Martyn, DA; Freitag, CJ; Chase, PB; Gordon, AM
      Ca2+ and cross-bridge-induced changes in troponin C in skinned skeletal muscle fibers: Effects of force inhibition

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    20. Farah, CS; Reinach, FC
      Regulatory properties of recombinant tropomyosins containing 5-hydroxytryptophan: Ca2+-binding to troponin results in a conformational change in a region of tropomyosin outside the troponin binding site

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    21. LINKE WA; IVEMEYER M; MUNDEL P; STOCKMEIER MR; KOLMERER B
      NATURE OF PEVK-TITIN ELASTICITY IN SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    22. TREGEAR RT; EDWARDS RJ; IRVING TC; POOLE KJV; REEDY MC; SCHMITZ H; TOWNSANDREWS E; REEDY MK
      X-RAY-DIFFRACTION INDICATES THAT ACTIVE CROSS-BRIDGES BIND TO ACTIN TARGET ZONES IN INSECT FLIGHT-MUSCLE

      Biophysical journal
    23. EDMAN KAP
      FORCE ENHANCEMENT BY STRETCH

      Journal of applied biomechanics
    24. BANDMAN E; ARRIZUBIETA MJ; WICK M; HATTORI A; TABLIN F; ZHANG SL; ZHANG QY
      FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF THE CHICKEN SARCOMERIC MYOSIN ROD - REGULATIONOF DIMERIZATION, SOLUBILITY, AND FIBRILLOGENESIS

      Cell structure and function
    25. TROMBITAS K; GRANZIER H
      ACTIN REMOVAL FROM CARDIAC MYOCYTES SHOWS THAT NEAR Z-LINE TITIN ATTACHES TO ACTIN WHILE UNDER TENSION

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    26. BARTOO ML; LINKE WA; POLLACK GH
      BASIS OF PASSIVE TENSION AND STIFFNESS IN ISOLATED RABBIT MYOFIBRILS

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    27. CHEFTEL JC; CULIOLI J
      EFFECTS OF HIGH-PRESSURE ON MEAT - A REVIEW

      Meat science
    28. SPIERTS ILY; AKSTER HA; GRANZIER HL
      EXPRESSION OF TITIN ISOFORMS IN RED AND WHITE MUSCLE-FIBERS OF CARP (CYPRINUS-CARPIO L) EXPOSED TO DIFFERENT SARCOMERE STRAINS DURING SWIMMING

      Journal of comparative physiology. B, Biochemical, systemic, and environmental physiology
    29. GOULDING D; BULLARD B; GAUTEL M
      A SURVEY OF IN-SITU SARCOMERE EXTENSION IN MOUSE SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      Journal of muscle research and cell motility
    30. SUGI H; AKIMOTO T; SUTOH K; CHAEN S; OISHI N; SUZUKI S
      DYNAMIC ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY OF ATP-INDUCED MYOSIN HEAD MOVEMENT IN LIVING MUSCLE THICK FILAMENTS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    31. LABEIT S; KOLMERER B; LINKE WA
      THE GIANT PROTEIN TITIN - EMERGING ROLES IN PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGY

      Circulation research
    32. GRANZIER H; KELLERMAYER M; HELMES M; TROMBITAS K
      TITIN ELASTICITY AND MECHANISM OF PASSIVE FORCE DEVELOPMENT IN RAT CARDIAC MYOCYTES PROBED BY THIN-FILAMENT EXTRACTION

      Biophysical journal
    33. LINKE WA; IVEMEYER M; LABEIT S; HINSSEN H; RUEGG JC; GAUTEL M
      ACTIN-TITIN INTERACTION IN CARDIAC MYOFIBRILS - PROBING A PHYSIOLOGICAL-ROLE

      Biophysical journal
    34. LINKE WA; BARTOO ML; IVEMEYER M; POLLACK GH
      LIMITS OF TITIN EXTENSION IN SINGLE CARDIAC MYOFIBRILS

      Journal of muscle research and cell motility
    35. GAUTEL M; LEHTONEN E; PIETRUSCHKA F
      ASSEMBLY OF THE CARDIAC I-BAND REGION OF TITIN CONNECTIN - EXPRESSIONOF THE CARDIAC-SPECIFIC REGIONS AND THEIR STRUCTURAL RELATION TO THE ELASTIC SEGMENTS/

      Journal of muscle research and cell motility
    36. EDMAN KAP; TSUCHIYA T
      STRAIN OF PASSIVE ELEMENTS DURING FORCE ENHANCEMENT BY STRETCH IN FROG-MUSCLE FIBERS

      Journal of physiology
    37. LINKE WA; IVEMEYER M; OLIVIERI N; KOLMERER B; RUEGG JC; LABEIT S
      TOWARDS A MOLECULAR UNDERSTANDING OF THE ELASTICITY OF TITIN

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    38. BENNETT PM; GAUTEL M
      TITIN DOMAIN PATTERNS CORRELATE WITH THE AXIAL DISPOSITION OF MYOSIN AT THE END OF THE THICK FILAMENT

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    39. GAUTEL M; GOULDING D
      A MOLECULAR MAP OF TITIN CONNECTIN ELASTICITY REVEALS 2 DIFFERENT MECHANISMS ACTING IN SERIES/

      FEBS letters
    40. GRANZIER H; HELMES M; TROMBITAS K
      NONUNIFORM ELASTICITY OF TITIN IN CARDIAC MYOCYTES - A STUDY USING IMMUNOELECTRON MICROSCOPY AND CELLULAR MECHANICS

      Biophysical journal
    41. MAHAJAN RK; PARDEE JD
      ASSEMBLY MECHANISM OF DICTYOSTELIUM MYOSIN-II - REGULATION BY K-FILAMENTS(, MG2+, AND ACTIN)

      Biochemistry
    42. POPOV VI; SUZUKI S; POLLACK GH
      DO VERTEBRATE THICK FILAMENTS CONTAIN A CORE - OBSERVATIONS USING ULTRATHIN SECTIONING AND FREEZE-ETCHING

      Journal of Electron Microscopy
    43. TROMBITAS K; JIN JP; GRANZIER H
      THE MECHANICALLY ACTIVE DOMAIN OF TITIN IN CARDIAC-MUSCLE

      Circulation research
    44. KRAFT T; CHALOVICH JM; YU LC; BRENNER B
      PARALLEL INHIBITION OF ACTIVE FORCE AND RELAXED FIBER STIFFNESS BY CALDESMON FRAGMENTS AT PHYSIOLOGICAL IONIC-STRENGTH AND TEMPERATURE CONDITIONS - ADDITIONAL EVIDENCE THAT WEAK CROSS-BRIDGE BINDING TO ACTIN IS AN ESSENTIAL INTERMEDIATE FOR FORCE GENERATION

      Biophysical journal
    45. GRANZIER HL; IRVING TC
      PASSIVE TENSION IN CARDIAC-MUSCLE - CONTRIBUTION OF COLLAGEN, TITIN, MICROTUBULES, AND INTERMEDIATE FILAMENTS

      Biophysical journal
    46. YASUDA K; ANAZAWA T; ISHIWATA S
      MICROSCOPIC ANALYSIS OF THE ELASTIC PROPERTIES OF NEBULIN IN SKELETALMYOFIBRILS

      Biophysical journal
    47. GILLIS JM
      INTERVENING FACTORS IN THE CONTROL OF CAL CIUM HOMEOSTASIS

      Archives internationales de physiologie, de biochimie et de biophysique
    48. VIGOREAUX JO
      THE MUSCLE Z-BAND - LESSONS IN STRESS MANAGEMENT

      Journal of muscle research and cell motility
    49. ERICKSON HP
      REVERSIBLE UNFOLDING OF FIBRONECTIN TYPE-III AND IMMUNOGLOBULIN DOMAINS PROVIDES THE STRUCTURAL BASIS FOR STRETCH AND ELASTICITY OF TITIN AND FIBRONECTIN

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    50. MORIMOTO S; OHTSUKI I
      CA2-C IN THE MYOFILAMENT LATTICE AND ITS RELATION TO THE MYOFIBRILLARATPASE ACTIVITY( BINDING TO CARDIAC TROPONIN)

      European journal of biochemistry
    51. FORD LE; SEOW CY; PRATUSEVICH VR
      PLASTICITY IN SMOOTH-MUSCLE, A HYPOTHESIS

      Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
    52. MARTIN H; BARSOTTI RJ
      ACTIVATION OF SKINNED TRABECULAE OF THE GUINEA-PIG INDUCED BY LASER PHOTOLYSIS OF CAGED-ATP

      Biophysical journal
    53. BALL KL; JOHNSON MD; SOLARO RJ
      ISOFORM-SPECIFIC INTERACTIONS OF TROPONIN-I AND TROPONIN-C DETERMINE PH SENSITIVITY OF MYOFIBRILLAR CA2+ ACTIVATION

      Biochemistry
    54. ROSSER BWC; WALDBILLIG DM; WICK M; BANDMAN E
      MUSCLE-FIBER TYPES IN THE PECTORALIS OF THE WHITE PELICAN, A SOARING BIRD

      Acta Zoologica
    55. PYKO M; RIDER MH; HUE L; WEGENER G
      6-PHOSPHOFRUCTO-2-KINASE FRUCTOSE-2,6-BISPHOSPHATASE FROM FROG SKELETAL-MUSCLE - PURIFICATION, KINETICS AND IMMUNOLOGICAL PROPERTIES

      Journal of comparative physiology. B, Biochemical, systemic, and environmental physiology
    56. YATES LD; COBY RL; LUO Z; GORDON AM
      FILAMENT OVERLAP AFFECTS TNC EXTRACTION FROM SKINNED MUSCLE-FIBERS

      Journal of muscle research and cell motility
    57. ISHIWATA S; YASUDA K
      MECHANOCHEMICAL COUPLING IN SPONTANEOUS OSCILLATORY CONTRACTION OF MUSCLE

      Phase transitions
    58. GILLY WF; SCHEUER T
      VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT CALCIUM AND POTASSIUM CONDUCTANCES IN STRIATED-MUSCLE FIBERS FROM THE SCORPION, CENTRUROIDES-SCULPTURATUS

      The Journal of membrane biology
    59. KENSLER RW; STEWART M
      THE RELAXED CROSSBRIDGE PATTERN IN ISOLATED RABBIT PSOAS MUSCLE THICKFILAMENTS

      Journal of Cell Science
    60. MCPHERSON PS; CAMPBELL KP
      THE RYANODINE RECEPTOR CA2+ RELEASE CHANNEL

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    61. SUGI H
      MOLECULAR MECHANISM OF ATP-DEPENDENT ACTIN-MYOSIN INTERACTION IN MUSCLE-CONTRACTION

      Japanese Journal of Physiology
    62. DAVIS JS
      MYOSIN THICK FILAMENTS AND SUBUNIT EXCHANGE - A STOCHASTIC SIMULATIONBASED ON THE KINETICS OF ASSEMBLY

      Biochemistry


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