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Los artículos más citados de los laureados con el Premio Nobel de Medicina 2013

4 de Noviembre de 2013 a las 11:43 h

Science Direct, de Elsevier, ofrece en libre acceso los artículos más citados de los laureados con el Premio Nobel de Medicina de este año.

Dr. Randy W Schekman

Dr. Thomas C Südhof

Dr. James E Rothman

Dr. Schekman was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA, on 30 December 1948, and is affiliated with the University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA, Howard Hughes Medical Institute. He has published in a number of Elsevier journals, including CellDevelopmental Cell,Cell Biology and Cell Host & Microbe, and was a contributing author toMethods in Enzymology. He has also been awarded the 2013 Otto Warburg medal by the German Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (GBM) for the discovery of the regulation of protein transport processes in cells.

Dr. Südhof was born in Goettingen, Germany, on 22 December 1955, and is affiliated with Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA, Howard Hughes Medical Institute. He is aNeuron Editorial Board Member, and has published in a number of Elsevier journals, including Cell andNeuron, and was a contributing author toMethods in EnzymologyHandbook of Cell SignalingParkinson's Disease,Progress in Brain Research andMethods in Neurosciences.

Dr. Rothman was born in Haverhill, Massachusetts, USA, on 3 November 1950, and is affiliated with the Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA. James Rothman was a Volume Editor for Methods in Enzymology(1992 edition) and is an Editorial Board Member for FEBS Letters. He has also published in a number of Elsevier journals, including Cell andCurrent Biology, and was a contributing author to Methods in Enzymology.

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Randy W Schekman

Thomas C Südhof

James E Rothman

Myosin V transports secretory vesicles via a Rab GTPase cascade and interaction with the exocyst complex
Developmental Cell, Volume 21, Issue 6, 13 December 2011, Pages 1156-1170
Yui Jin, Azmiri Sultana, Pallavi Gandhi, Edward Franklin, Susan Hamamoto, Amir R. Khan, Mary Munson, Randy Schekman, Lois S. Weisman

Coordination of COPII vesicle trafficking by Sec23
Trends in Cell Biology, Volume 18, Issue 7, July 2008, Pages 330-336
J. Christopher Fromme, Lelio Orci, Randy Schekman 

The Bacterial Virulence Factor NleA Inhibits Cellular Protein Secretion by Disrupting Mammalian COPII Function
Cell Host & Microbe, Volume 2, Issue 3, 13 September 2007, Pages 160-171
Jinoh Kim, Ajitha Thanabalasuriar, Tessa Chaworth-Musters, J. Chris Fromme, Elizabeth A. Frey, Paula I. Lario, Pavel Metalnikov, Keyrillos Rizg, Nikhil A. Thomas, Sau Fung Lee, Elizabeth L. Hartland, Philip R. Hardwidge, Tony Pawson, Natalie C. Strynadka, B. Brett Finlay, Randy Schekman, Samantha Gruenheid 

23 Genes, 23 years later
Cell, Volume 116, Supplement 2, 23 January 2004, Pages S13-S15
Randy Schekman, Peter Novick 

COPII-coated vesicle formation reconstituted with purified coat proteins and chemically defined liposomes
Cell, Volume 93, Issue 2, 17 April 1998, Pages 263-275
Ken Matsuoka, Lelio Orci, Mylène Amherdt, Sebastian Y Bednarek, Susan Hamamoto, Randy Schekman, Thomas Yeung 

COPII: A membrane coat formed by sec proteins that drive vesicle budding from the endoplasmic reticulum
Cell, Volume 77, Issue 6, 17 June 1994, Pages 895-907
Charles Barlowe, Lelio Orci, Tom Yeung, Midori Hosobuchi, Susan Hamamoto, Nina Salama, Michael F. Rexach, Mariella Ravazzola, Mylène Amherdt, Randy Schekman

Distinct sets of SEC genes govern transport vesicle formation and fusion early in the secretory pathway
Cell, Volume 61, Issue 4, 18 May 1990, Pages 723-733
Chris A. Kaiser, Randy Schekman 

Identification of 23 Complementation Groups Required for Post-translational Events in the Yeast Secretory Pathway
Cell, Volume 21, Issue 1, August 1980, Pages 205-215
Peter Novick, Charles Field, Randy Schekman

Leucine-rich repeat transmembrane proteins are essential for maintenance of long-term potentiation
Neuron, Volume 79, Issue 3, 7 August 2013, Pages 439-446
Gilberto J. Soler-Llavina, Pamela Arstikaitis, Wade Morishita, Mohiuddin Ahmad, Thomas C. Südhof, Robert C. Malenka

Presynaptic neurexin-3 alternative splicing trans-synaptically controls postsynaptic AMPA receptor trafficking
CellVolume 154, Issue 13 July 2013Pages 75-88
Jason Aoto, David C. Martinelli, Robert C. Malenka, Katsuhiko Tabuchi, Thomas C. Südhof

Autism-associated neuroligin-3 mutations commonly disrupt tonic endocannabinoid signaling
NeuronVolume 78, Issue 38 May 2013,Pages 498-509
Csaba Földy, Robert C. Malenka, Thomas C. Südhof

A Complexin/Synaptotagmin 1 Switch Controls Fast Synaptic Vesicle Exocytosis
CellVolume 126, Issue 622 September 2006,Pages 1175-1187
Jiong Tang, Anton Maximov, Ok-Ho Shin, Han Dai, Josep Rizo, Thomas C. Südhof

Neuroligins Determine Synapse Maturation and Function
Neuron, 2006, 51(6), 741-754, Varoqueaux, F.a, Aramuni, G.b, Rawson, R.L.a, Mohrmann,, Missler, M.bef, Gottmann, K.acg, Zhang, W.b, Südhof, T.C.e , Brose, N.

α-Synuclein cooperates with CSPα in preventing neurodegeneration
Cell, Volume 123, Issue 3, 4 November 2005, Pages 383-396
Sreeganga Chandra, Gilbert Gallardo, Rafael Fernández-Chacón, Oliver M. Schlüter, Thomas C. Südhof

Single Neuronal Snare Complexes Zipper in Three Distinct Stages
Biophysical Journal, Volume 104, Issue 2, Supplement 1, 29 January 2013, Page 89a
Ying Gao, Sylvain Zorman, Gregory Gundersen, Zhiqun Xi, Lu Ma, George Sirinakis, James E. Rothman, Yongli Zhang

Protein Determinants of SNARE-Mediated Lipid Mixing
Biophysical Journal, Volume 99, Issue 2, 21 July 2010, Pages 553-560
Hong Ji, Jeff Coleman, Rong Yang, Thomas J. Melia, James E. Rothman, David Tareste

SNAREpins: Minimal Machinery for Membrane Fusion
Cell, Volume 92, Issue 6, 20 March 1998, Pages 759-772
Thomas Weber, Boris V Zemelman, James A McNew, Benedikt Westermann, Michael Gmachl, Francesco Parlati, Thomas H Söllner, James E Rothman

Implications of the SNARE hypothesis for intracellular membrane topology and dynamics
Current Biology, Volume 4, Issue 3, 1 March 1994, Pages 220-233
James E. Rothman, Graham Warren

A protein assembly-disassembly pathway in vitro that may correspond to sequential steps of synaptic vesicle docking, activation, and fusion
Cell, Volume 75, Issue 3, 5 November 1993, Pages 409-418
Thomas Söllner, Mark K. Bennett, Sidney W. Whiteheart, Richard H. Scheller, James E. Rothman

The binding of AP-1 clathrin adaptor particles to Golgi membranes requires ADP-ribosylation factor, a small GTP-binding protein
Cell, Volume 73, Issue 5, 4 June 1993, Pages 999-1005
Mark A. Stamnes, James E. Rothman

Reconstitution of the transport of protein between successive compartments of the Golgi measured by the coupled incorporation of N-acetylglucosamine
Cell, Volume 39, Issue 2, Part 1, December 1984, Pages 405-416
William E. Balch, William G. Dunphy, William A. Braell, James E. Rothman

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