Publikationen

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Prof. Dr. Bernd Bufe bei Researchgate

Chemosensory Cell-Derived Acetylcholine Drives Tracheal Mucociliary Clearance in Response to Virulence-Associated Formyl Peptides  

Trpc5 deficiency causes hypoprolactinemia and altered function of oscillatory dopamine neurons in the arcuate nucleus  

Bacterial MgrB peptide activates chemoreceptor Fpr3 in mouse accessory olfactory system and drives avoidance behaviour  

A calcium optimum for cytotoxic T lymphocyte and natural killer cell cytotoxicity  

Trpm5 expression in the olfactory epithelium  

Organization and Plasticity of Sodium Channel Expression in the Mouse Olfactory and Vomeronasal Epithelia  

A Bacterial Signal Peptide Increases Mucociliary Clearance in Explanted Mouse Trachea by Stimulating cholinergic Chemosensory Cells  

The sensing of bacteria: Emerging principles for the detection of signal sequences by formyl peptide receptors  

Strain-specific Loss of Formyl Peptide Receptor 3 in the Murine Vomeronasal and Immune Systems  

A Bacterial Signal Peptide Increases Mucociliary Clearance in Explanted Mouse Trachea  

Recognition of Bacterial Signal Peptides by Mammalian Formyl Peptide Receptors  

Loss-of-function mutations in sodium channel Nav1.7 cause anosmia  

Genomic, genetic and functional dissection of bitter taste responses to artificial sweeteners  

G protein G o is essential for vomeronasal function and aggressive behavior in mice  

Mammalian-Specific OR37 Receptors Are Differentially Activated by Distinct Odorous Fatty Aldehydes  

Functional characterization of G-protein coupled vomeronasal receptors using a virus-based expression system  

Formyl peptide detection by vomeronasal sensory neurons is mediated by functionally distinct cell populations  

Agonist profiling of the mouse formyl peptide receptors reveals a stereoselective tuning of mFpr-rs1  

Formyl Peptide Receptors from Immune and Vomeronasal System Exhibit Distinct Agonist Properties  

Molecular basis of indiv diffs in bitter CurrBiol2005 supplement  

Galindo-Cuspinera Sweet water-taste Nature2006 supplement  

Analyzing cytotoxicity kinetics with a novel automated high-throughput real-time killing assay (P3366)  

RNA-editing alters the function of vomeronasal formyl peptide receptors  

Evolution of formyl peptide receptor function in mammals  

Technical comment A simple, economic, time-resolved killing assay  

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A simple, economic, time-resolved killing assay  

Formyl peptide receptors from the innate immune system and the vomeronasal organ recognize pathogen derived peptides  

Formyl peptide receptors from the innate immune system and the vomeronasal organ recognize pathogen derived peptides  

The molecular basis of peripheral taste transduction  

The binding site for neohesperidin dihydrochalcone at the human sweet taste receptor  

Role of neuromedin-U in the central control of feeding behavior: a variant of the neuromedin-U receptor 2 contributes to hyperphagia in the New Zealand obese mouse  

Saccharin: Artificial Sweetener, Bitter Tastant, and Sweet Taste Inhibitor  

Functionally Distinct TAS2R Bitter Taste Receptor Variants  

The Molecular Receptive Ranges of Human TAS2R Bitter Taste Receptors  

Oligomerization of TAS2R Bitter Taste Receptors  

Characterization of the gltF gene product of Escherichia coli  

Induction of Membrane Chloride Currents in Xenopus Laevis Oocytes By of Sulfonyl Amide Sweeteners Acesulfame K and Saccharin  

Hyperpolarization-activated channels HCN1 and HCN4 mediate responses to sour stimuli  

Homo sapiens candidate taste receptor TAS2R41 gene, complete cds  

Functional identification of taste receptors: A new human bitter receptor and its cognate ligands.  

The human TAS2R16 receptor mediates bitter taste in response to -glucopyranosides