Cord-Michael Becker
Cord-Michael Becker
Professor of Biochemistry, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg
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Glycine receptor heterogeneity in rat spinal cord during postnatal development.
CM Becker, W Hoch, H Betz
The EMBO journal 7 (12), 3717-3726, 1988
3741988
Alpha subunit variants of the human glycine receptor: primary structures, functional expression and chromosomal localization of the corresponding genes.
G Grenningloh, V Schmieden, PR Schofield, PH Seeburg, T Siddique, ...
The EMBO Journal 9 (3), 771-776, 1990
3061990
Progressive encephalomyelitis, rigidity, and myoclonus: a novel glycine receptor antibody
M Hutchinson, P Waters, J McHugh, G Gorman, S O’riordan, S Connolly, ...
Neurology 71 (16), 1291-1292, 2008
2832008
Glycine and GABA receptors in the mammalian retina
H Wässle, P Koulen, JH Brandstätter, EL Fletcher, CM Becker
Vision research 38 (10), 1411-1430, 1998
2551998
The spastic mouse: aberrant splicing of glycine receptor β subunit mRNA caused by intronic insertion of Ll element
C Mülhardt, M Fischer, P Gass, D Simon-Chazottes, JL Guenet, J Kuhse, ...
Neuron 13 (4), 1003-1015, 1994
2061994
The Mr 93,000 polypeptide of the postsynaptic glycine receptor complex is a peripheral membrane protein
B Schmitt, P Knaus, CM Becker, H Betz
Biochemistry 26 (3), 805-811, 1987
1981987
Autoimmunity to gephyrin in Stiff-Man syndrome
MH Butler, A Hayashi, N Ohkoshi, C Villmann, CM Becker, G Feng, ...
Neuron 26 (2), 307-312, 2000
1952000
Influence of valproic acid on hepatic carbohydrate and lipid metabolism
CM Becker, RA Harris
Archives of biochemistry and biophysics 223 (2), 381-392, 1983
1901983
The inhibitory glycine receptor: A ligand‐gated chloride channel of the central nervous system
D Langosch, CM BECKER, H Betz
European journal of biochemistry 194 (1), 1-8, 1990
1811990
Functional chloride channels by mammalian cell expression of rat glycine receptor subunit
H Sontheimer, CM Becker, DB Pritchett, PR Schofield, G Grenningloh, ...
Neuron 2 (5), 1491-1497, 1989
1711989
Primary cultures of mouse spinal cord express the neonatal isoform of the inhibitory glycine receptor
W Hoch, H Betz, CM Becker
Neuron 3 (3), 339-348, 1989
1621989
Inhibitory glycine receptors: an update
S Dutertre, CM Becker, H Betz
Journal of Biological Chemistry 287 (48), 40216-40223, 2012
1582012
Polymorphisms of TLR4: Rapid Genotyping and Reduced Response to Lipopolysaccharide of TLR4 Mutant Alleles
C Schmitt, A Humeny, CM Becker, K Brune, A Pahl
Clinical chemistry 48 (10), 1661-1667, 2002
1502002
On the hypes and falls in neuroprotection: targeting the NMDA receptor
C Villmann, CM Becker
The Neuroscientist 13 (6), 594-615, 2007
1492007
The mammalian glycine receptor: biology and structure of a neuronal chloride channel protein
H Betz, CM Becker
Neurochemistry international 13 (2), 137-146, 1988
1401988
The glycine receptor deficiency of the mutant mouse spastic: evidence for normal glycine receptor structure and localization
CM Becker, I Hermans-Borgmeyer, B Schmitt, H Betz
Journal of Neuroscience 6 (5), 1358-1364, 1986
1281986
Critical illness polyneuropathy: clinical findings and cell culture assay of neurotoxicity assessed by a prospective study
A Druschky, M Herkert, M Radespiel-Tröger, K Druschky, E Hund, ...
Intensive care medicine 27 (4), 686-693, 2001
1262001
Oxidative stress-induced posttranslational modifications of alpha-synuclein: specific modification of alpha-synuclein by 4-hydroxy-2-nonenal increases dopaminergic toxicity
W Xiang, JCM Schlachetzki, S Helling, JC Bussmann, M Berlinghof, ...
Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience 54, 71-83, 2013
1212013
Mapping of antigenic epitopes on the. alpha. 1 subunit of the inhibitory glycine receptor
S Schroeder, W Hoch, CM Becker, G Grenningloh, H Betz
Biochemistry 30 (1), 42-47, 1991
1191991
Point mutation of glycine receptor α1 subunit in the spasmodic mouse affects agonist responses
B Saul, V Schmieden, C Kling, C Mülhardt, P Gass, J Kuhse, CM Becker
FEBS letters 350 (1), 71-76, 1994
1181994
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