Jentsch, Thomas J.

- (VANDEWALLE, A., CLUZEAUD, F., PENG, K. C., BENS, M., LÜCHOW, A., GÜNTHER, W., JENTSCH, T. J.) Tissue distribution and subcellular localization of the ClC-5 chloride channel in rat intestinal cells. - Am. J. Physiol. 280, C373-C381.
- (WEINREICH, F., JENTSCH, T. J.) Pores formed by single subunits in mixed dimers of different CLC chloride channels. - J. Biol. Chem. 276, S. 2347-2353.
- (STOBRAWA, S. M., BREIDERHOFF, T., TAKAMORI, S., ENGEL, D., SCHWEIZER, M., ZDEBIK, A. A., BÖSL, M. R., RUETHER, K., JAHN, H., DRAGUHN, A., JAHN, R., JENTSCH, T. J.). Disruption of ClC-3, a chloride channel expressed on synaptic vesicles, leads to a loss of the hippocampus. - Neuron 29, S. 185-196.
- (SCHWAKE, M., FRIEDRICH, T., JENTSCH, T. J.) An internalization signal in ClC-5, an endosomal Cl--channel mutated in Dent's disease. - J. Biol. Chem. 276, S. 12049-12054.
- (KORNAK, U., KASPER, D., BÖSL, M. R., KAISER, E., SCHWEIZER, M., SCHULZ, A., FRIEDRICH, W., DELLING, G., JENTSCH, T. J.) Loss of the ClC-7 chloride channel leads to osteopetrosis in mice and man. - Cell 104, S. 205-215.
- (BÖSL, M. R., STEIN, V., HÜBNER, C., ZDEBIK, A. A., JORDT, S. E., MUKHOPHADHAY, A. K., DAVIDOFF, M. S., HOLSTEIN, A. F., JENTSCH, T. J.) Male germ cells and photoreceptors, both depending on close cell-cell interactions, degenerate upon ClC-2 Cl--channel disruption. - EMBO J. 20, S. 1289-1299.
- (HÜBNER, C. A., STEIN, V., HERMANNS-BORGMEYER, I., MEYER, T., BALLANYI, K., JENTSCH, T. J.) Disruption of KCC2 reveals an essential role of K-Cl-cotransport already in early synaptic inhibition. - Neuron 30, S. 515-524.
- (BETZ, R. C., SCHOSER, B. G. H., KASPER, D., RICKER, K., RAMÍREZ, A., STEIN, V., TORBERGSEN, T., LEE, Y. A., NÖTHEN, M.M., WIENKER, T. F., MALIN, J. P., PROPPING, P., REIS, A., MORTIER, W., JENTSCH, T. J., VORGERD, M., KUBISCH, C.) Mutations in Cav3 cause mechanical hyperirritability of skeletal muscle in rippling muscle disease. - Nature Genet. 28, S. 218-219.
- (DEDEK, K., KUNATH, B., KANANURA, C., REUNER, U., JENTSCH, T. J., STEINLEIN, O.) Myokymia and neonatal epilepsy caused by a mutation in the voltage-sensor of the KCNQ2 K+-channel. - Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci U.S.A. 98, S. 12272-12277.
- (ESTÉVEZ, R., BOETTGER, T., STEIN, V., BIRKENHÄGER, R., OTTO, E., HILDEBRANDT, F., JENTSCH, T. J.) Barttin is a Cl- channel b-subunit crucial for renal Cl- reabsorption and inner ear K+ secretion. - Nature 414, S. 558-561.