Peter Pohl
Peter Pohl
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Water determines the structure and dynamics of proteins
MC Bellissent-Funel, A Hassanali, M Havenith, R Henchman, P Pohl, ...
Chemical reviews 116 (13), 7673-7697, 2016
Protons and hydroxide ions in aqueous systems
N Agmon, HJ Bakker, RK Campen, RH Henchman, P Pohl, S Roke, ...
Chemical reviews 116 (13), 7642-7672, 2016
No facilitator required for membrane transport of hydrogen sulfide
JC Mathai, A Missner, P Kügler, SM Saparov, ML Zeidel, JK Lee, P Pohl
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (39), 16633-16638, 2009
110 years of the Meyer–Overton rule: predicting membrane permeability of gases and other small compounds
A Missner, P Pohl
ChemPhysChem 10 (9‐10), 1405-1414, 2009
Fast and selective ammonia transport by aquaporin-8
SM Saparov, K Liu, P Agre, P Pohl
Journal of Biological Chemistry 282 (8), 5296-5301, 2007
Ultrasound enhancement of liposome-mediated cell transfection is caused by cavitation effects
S Koch, P Pohl, U Cobet, NG Rainov
Ultrasound in medicine & biology 26 (5), 897-903, 2000
The size of the unstirred layer as a function of the solute diffusion coefficient
P Pohl, SM Saparov, YN Antonenko
Biophysical Journal 75 (3), 1403-1409, 1998
Carbon dioxide transport through membranes
A Missner, P Kugler, SM Saparov, K Sommer, JC Mathai, ML Zeidel, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 283 (37), 25340-25347, 2008
Intrinsic membrane permeability to small molecules
C Hannesschlaeger, A Horner, P Pohl
Chemical reviews 119 (9), 5922-5953, 2019
Compartmentalization of cAMP-dependent signaling by phosphodiesterase-4D is involved in the regulation of vasopressin-mediated water reabsorption in renal principal cells
E Stefan, B Wiesner, GS Baillie, R Mollajew, V Henn, D Lorenz, J Furkert, ...
Journal of the American Society of Nephrology 18 (1), 199-212, 2007
Structural proton diffusion along lipid bilayers
S Serowy, SM Saparov, YN Antonenko, W Kozlovsky, V Hagen, P Pohl
Biophysical journal 84 (2), 1031-1037, 2003
The mobility of single-file water molecules is governed by the number of H-bonds they may form with channel-lining residues
PP Andreas Horner, Florian Zocher, Johannes Preiner, Nicole Ollinger ...
Science Advances 1 (2),, 2015
Water and ion permeation of aquaporin-1 in planar lipid bilayers: major differences in structural determinants and stoichiometry
SM Saparov, D Kozono, U Rothe, P Agre, P Pohl
Journal of Biological Chemistry 276 (34), 31515-31520, 2001
Determining the conductance of the SecY protein translocation channel for small molecules
SM Saparov, K Erlandson, K Cannon, J Schaletzky, S Schulman, ...
Molecular cell 26 (4), 501-509, 2007
Water at hydrophobic interfaces delays proton surface-to-bulk transfer and provides a pathway for lateral proton diffusion
C Zhang, DG Knyazev, YA Vereshaga, E Ippoliti, TH Nguyen, P Carloni, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (25), 9744-9749, 2012
Origin of membrane dipole potential: Contribution of the phospholipid fatty acid chains
U Peterson, DA Mannock, RNAH Lewis, P Pohl, RN McElhaney, EE Pohl
Chemistry and physics of lipids 117 (1-2), 19-27, 2002
Highly selective water channel activity measured by voltage clamp: analysis of planar lipid bilayers reconstituted with purified AqpZ
P Pohl, SM Saparov, MJ Borgnia, P Agre
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (17), 9624-9629, 2001
Water permeation through gramicidin A: desformylation and the double helix: a molecular dynamics study
BL de Groot, DP Tieleman, P Pohl, H Grubmüller
Biophysical Journal 82 (6), 2934-2942, 2002
Protons migrate along interfacial water without significant contributions from jumps between ionizable groups on the membrane surface
A Springer, V Hagen, DA Cherepanov, YN Antonenko, P Pohl
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (35), 14461-14466, 2011
Permeation of ammonia across bilayer lipid membranes studied by ammonium ion selective microelectrodes
YN Antonenko, P Pohl, GA Denisov
Biophysical journal 72 (5), 2187-2195, 1997
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