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Niels Decher
Niels Decher
Professor for Physiology
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CaV1. 2 calcium channel dysfunction causes a multisystem disorder including arrhythmia and autism
I Splawski, KW Timothy, LM Sharpe, N Decher, P Kumar, R Bloise, ...
Cell 119 (1), 19-31, 2004
18612004
Severe arrhythmia disorder caused by cardiac L-type calcium channel mutations
I Splawski, KW Timothy, N Decher, P Kumar, FB Sachse, AH Beggs, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (23), 8089-8096, 2005
7512005
DCPIB is a novel selective blocker of ICl,swell and prevents swelling‐induced shortening of guinea‐pig atrial action potential duration
N Decher, HJ Lang, B Nilius, A Brüggemann, AE Busch, K Steinmeyer
British journal of pharmacology 134 (7), 1467-1479, 2001
2182001
The pore structure and gating mechanism of K2P channels
PL Piechotta, M Rapedius, PJ Stansfeld, MK Bollepalli, G Erhlich, ...
The EMBO journal 30 (17), 3607-3619, 2011
2132011
The acid-sensitive potassium channel TASK-1 in rat cardiac muscle
C Putzke, K Wemhöner, FB Sachse, S Rinné, G Schlichthörl, XT Li, L Jaé, ...
Cardiovascular research 75 (1), 59-68, 2007
1812007
Characterization of TASK‐4, a novel member of the pH‐sensitive, two‐pore domain potassium channel family
N Decher, M Maier, W Dittrich, J Gassenhuber, A Brüggemann, AE Busch, ...
FEBS letters 492 (1-2), 84-89, 2001
1692001
Popeye domain containing proteins are essential for stress-mediated modulation of cardiac pacemaking in mice
A Froese, SS Breher, C Waldeyer, RFR Schindler, VO Nikolaev, S Rinné, ...
The Journal of clinical investigation 122 (3), 1119-1130, 2012
1612012
Molecular basis for Kv1. 5 channel block: conservation of drug binding sites among voltage-gated K+ channels
N Decher, B Pirard, F Bundis, S Peukert, KH Baringhaus, AE Busch, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 279 (1), 394-400, 2004
1602004
Voltage-dependent gating of hyperpolarization-activated, cyclic nucleotide-gated pacemaker channels: molecular coupling between the S4–S5 and C-linkers
N Decher, J Chen, MC Sanguinetti
Journal of Biological Chemistry 279 (14), 13859-13865, 2004
1472004
Tamm-Horsfall glycoprotein interacts with renal outer medullary potassium channel ROMK2 and regulates its function
A Renigunta, V Renigunta, T Saritas, N Decher, K Mutig, S Waldegger
Journal of Biological Chemistry 286 (3), 2224-2235, 2011
1442011
Mitochondrial damage by α-synuclein causes cell death in human dopaminergic neurons
GK Ganjam, K Bolte, LA Matschke, S Neitemeier, AM Dolga, ...
Cell death & disease 10 (11), 865, 2019
1432019
KCNE2 modulates current amplitudes and activation kinetics of HCN4: influence of KCNE family members on HCN4 currents
N Decher, F Bundis, R Vajna, K Steinmeyer
Pflügers Archiv 446, 633-640, 2003
1322003
A pharmacological master key mechanism that unlocks the selectivity filter gate in K+ channels
M Schewe, H Sun, Ü Mert, A Mackenzie, ACW Pike, F Schulz, ...
Science 363 (6429), 875-880, 2019
1202019
Binding site of a novel Kv1. 5 blocker: a “foot in the door” against atrial fibrillation
N Decher, P Kumar, T Gonzalez, B Pirard, MC Sanguinetti
Molecular pharmacology 70 (4), 1204-1211, 2006
1172006
hKChIP2 is a functional modifier of hKv4. 3 potassium channels: cloning and expression of a short hKChIP2 splice variant
N Decher, O Uyguner, CR Scherer, B Karaman, M Yüksel-Apak, ...
Cardiovascular research 52 (2), 255-264, 2001
1132001
A specific two-pore domain potassium channel blocker defines the structure of the TASK-1 open pore
AK Streit, MF Netter, F Kempf, M Walecki, S Rinné, MK Bollepalli, ...
Journal of biological chemistry 286 (16), 13977-13984, 2011
1072011
Mitochondrial small conductance SK2 channels prevent glutamate-induced oxytosis and mitochondrial dysfunction
AM Dolga, MF Netter, F Perocchi, N Doti, L Meissner, S Tobaben, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 288 (15), 10792-10804, 2013
1052013
TASK-1 channels may modulate action potential duration of human atrial cardiomyocytes
SH Limberg, MF Netter, C Rolfes, S Rinné, G Schlichthörl, M Zuzarte, ...
Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry 28 (4), 613-624, 2011
1012011
POPDC1S201F causes muscular dystrophy and arrhythmia by affecting protein trafficking
RFR Schindler, C Scotton, J Zhang, C Passarelli, B Ortiz-Bonnin, ...
The Journal of clinical investigation 126 (1), 239-253, 2016
952016
Gain-of-function mutations in the calcium channel CACNA1C (Cav1. 2) cause non-syndromic long-QT but not Timothy syndrome
K Wemhöner, C Friedrich, B Stallmeyer, AJ Coffey, A Grace, S Zumhagen, ...
Journal of molecular and cellular cardiology 80, 186-195, 2015
942015
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