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D. Veesler, K. Cupelli, M. Burger, P. Gräber, T. Stehle and J.E. Johnson
(2014) www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.1404575111
Single-particle EM reveals plasticity of interactions between the adenovirus penton base and integrin αVβ[pdf]

165
J.Petersen, K. Förster, P. Turina and P. Gräber
(2012) PNAS, 281, 11150-11155
Comparison of the H+/ATP ratios of the H+-ATPsynthases from yeast and from chloroplast [pdf]
164
M.Börsch, P.Gräber, J.Heinze, J.Wrachtrup
(2011) Nanotechnology - Fundamentals and Applications of Functional Nanostructures
Localized ATP synthesis to control a biological nanomotor [pdf]
163

R.Bienert, B. Zimmermann, V. Rombach-Riegraf, P.Gräber
(2011) European Journal of Chemical Physics and Physical Chemistry, 2011, 12, 510-517
Time-Dependent FRET with Single Enzymes: Domain Motions and Catalysis in H+-ATP-Synthases [pdf]
162 K. Förster, P. Turina, F. Drepper, W. Haehnel, S. Fischer, P. Gräber, J. Petersenyi
(2010) Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1797, 1828-1837
Proton transport coupled ATP synthesis by the purified yeast H+-ATPsynthase in proteoliposomes [pdf]
161 R. Bienert, V. Rombach-Riegraf, M. Diez and P. Gräber
(2009) Journal of Biological Chemistry, Volume 284, Nr. 52,36240-36247
Subunit movements in single membrane-bound H+-ATPsynthases from Chloroplasts during ATP Synthesis [pdf]
160 B. Böttcher and P. Gräber
(2008) In: Photosynthetic Protein Complexes, P. Fromme ed., WILEY-VCH
The Structure of the H+-ATPsynthase from Chloroplasts [pdf]
159 E. Galvez, M. Düser, M. Börsch, J. Wrachtrup and P. Gräber
(2008) Biochem. Soc. Trans. 36, 1017-1021
Quantum dots for single-pair fluorescence resonance energy transfer in membrane-integrated EF0F1 [pdf]
158 E. Galvez, B. Zimmermann, V. Rombach-Riegraf, R. Bienert and P. Gräber
(2008) Eur Biophys J 37: 1367-1371
Fluorescence resonance energy transfer in single enzyme molecules with a Quantum Dot as donor [pdf]
157 S. Steigmiller, P. Turina and P. Gräber
(2008) PNAS 105, 3745-3750
The thermodynamic H+/ATP ratios of the H+-ATPsynthases from chloroplasts and Escherichia coli [pdf]
156 B. Zimmermann, M. Diez, M. Börsch, P. Gräber
(2006) Biochim Biophys Acta 1757, 311-319
Subunit movement in membrane-integrated F0F1 during ATP synthesis detected by single-molecule spectroscopy [pdf]
155 S. Steigmiller, M. Börsch, P. Gräber, M. Huber
(2005) Biochim Biophys Acta 1708, 143-153
Distances between the b-subunits in the tether domain of F0F1-ATP Synthase from E. coli. [pdf]
154 T. Krebstakies, B. Zimmermann, P. Gräber, K. Altendorf, M. Börsch, J.-Ch. Greie
(2005) J. Biol. Chem. 280, 33338-33345
Both Rotor and Stator Subunits Are Necessary for Efficient Binding of F1 to F0 in Functionally Assembled E.coli ATP Synthase [pdf]
153 M. Börsch, P. Gräber
(2005) Biochem. Soc. Trans. 33, 878-882
Subunit movement in individual H+-ATPsynthases during ATPsynthesis and hydrolysis revealed by fluorescence resonance energy transfer
152 N. Zarrabi, B. Zimmermann, M. Diez, P. Gräber, J. Wrachtrup, M. Börsch (2005) In: Imaging Manipulation and Analysis of Biomolecules and Cells: Fundamentals and Applications III. D.V. Nicolau, J. Enderlein, R. C. Leif, D.L. Farkas, R. Raghavachari, eds. Proc. of SPIE Vol. 5699, 175-188
Asymmetry of rotational catalysis of single membrane-bound F0F1-ATP- Synthase.
151 B. Zimmermann, M. Diez, N. Zarrabi , P. Gräber, M. Börsch
(2005), The EMBO Journal 24, 2053-2063
Movements of e-subunit during catalysis and activation in single membrane-bound H+-ATPsynthase [pdf]
150 M.O. Souza, T.B. Creczynski-Pasa, H.M. Scofano, P. Graeber, J.A. Mignaco
(2004) Int. J. Biochem. Cell. Biol. 36(5), 920-930
High hydrostatic pressure perturbs the interactions between CF0F1 subunits and induces a dual effect on activity
149 S. Steigmiller, B. Zimmermann, M. Diez, M. Börsch, P. Gräber
(2004) Bioelectrochemistry 63, 79-85
Binding of single nucleotides to H+-ATPsynthases observed by fluorescence resonance energy transfer [pdf]
148 M. Diez, B. Zimmermann, M. Börsch, M. König, E. Schweinberger, S. Steigmiller, R. Reuter, S. Felekyan, V. Kudryavtsev, C. Seidel and P. Gräber
(2004) Nature Structural & Molecular Biology 11, 135-141
Proton-powered subunit rotation in single membrane-bound F0F1-ATPsynthase [pdf]
147 M. Diez, M. Börsch, B. Zimmermann, P. Turina, S. D. Dunn, P. Gräber
(2004) Biochemistry, 43, 1054-1064
Binding of the b-subunit in the ATP Synthase from Escherichia coli
146 P. Turina, D. Samoray und P. Gräber
(2003) EMBO Journal 22, 418-426
H+/ATP ratio of proton transport-coupled ATP synthesis and hydrolysis catalysed by CF0F1-liposomed. [pdf]
145 I. Grotjohann, P. Gräber (2002) Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1556, 208-216
The H+-ATPase from chloroplasts: effect of different reconstitution procedures on ATP synthesis activity and on phosphate dependence of ATP synthesis.
144 M. Börsch, M. Diez, B. Zimmermann, R. Reuter, P. Gräber
(2002) FEBS Letters 527, 147-152
Stepwise rotation of the g-subunit of EF0F1 ATPsynthase observed by intra-molecular single molecule fluorescence resonance energy transfer.
143 L. Morstadt, P. Gräber, L. de Pascalis, H. Kleinig, V. Speth, P. Beyer
(2002) Planta 215; 134-140
Chemiosmotic ATP synthesis in photosynthetically inactive chromoplasts from Narcissus pseudonarcissus linked to a redox pathway potentially also involved in carotene desaturation.
142 R. Naumann, T. Baumgart, P. Gräber, A. Jonczyk, A. Offenhäusser, W. Knoll
(2002) 25-34 Biosensors & Bioelectronics 17
Proton transport through a peptide-tethered bilayer lipid membrane by the H+-ATP Synthase from chloroplasts measured by impedance spectroscopy
141 M. Börsch, M. Diez, B. Zimmermann, R. Reuter, P. Gräber
(2002) Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Imaging and Probes - Tools in Chemical, Physical and Life Sciences, 197-207, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg
Monitoring g-subunit movement in reconstituted single EF0F1 ATPsynthase by fluorescence resonance energy transfer. [pdf]
140 J. Eisfeld und P. Gräber (2001) PS2001 Proceedings: 12th International Congress on Photosynthesis, pp. 1-3, CSIRO Publishing: Melbourne, Australia
Atomic force microscopy imaging of the membrane part CF0 and the subunit III complex of chloroplast ATP-synthase.
139 F. E. Possmayer, A. F. Hartog, J. A. Berden and P. Gräber
(2001) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1510, 378-400
Covalent modification of the non-catalytic sites of the H+-ATPase from Chloroplasts with 2-azido-[-32P]ATP and its effect on ATP synthesis and ATP hydrolysis
138 M. Börsch, M. Diez, P. Gräber
(2000) Single Mol. 1, 2, 180-181
Conformational Changes of H+-ATP Synthase Upon ATP Hydrolysis Detected by Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy
137 R. Godbolé, P. Gräber and R. Hertel
(2000) Plant Growth Regulation 32, 151-155
ATP production after pH shift in membrane vesicles from maize coleoptiles
136 S. Fischer, P. Gräber and P. Turina
(2000) J. Biol. Chem. 275, 30157-30162
The activity of the ATP synthase from E. coli is regulated by the transmembrane protonmotive force.
135 F. E. Possmayer, A. F. Hartog, J. A. Berden and P. Gräber
(2000) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1459, 202-217
Covalent modification of the catalytic sites of the H+-ATPase from Chloroplasts with 2-nitreno-ADP. Modification of the catalytic sites 1 (tight) and catalytic sties 1 and 2 together impais both uni-site and multi-site catalysis of ATP synthesis and ATP hydrolysis
134 B. Böttcher and P. Gräber
(2000) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1458, 404-416
The structure of the H+-ATP synthase from chloroplasts and its subcomplexes as revealed by electron microscopy [pdf]
133 T.B. Creczynski-Pasa, F.E. Possmayer, H.M. Scofano and P. Gräber
(2000) Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 375, 13-21
Characterization of Nucleotide Binding sites of the isolated H+-ATPase from Spinach Chloroplasts, CF0F1
132 B. Böttcher, J. Bertsche, R. Reuter and P. Gräber
(2000) J. Mol. Biol. 296, 449-457
Direct Visualisation of Conformational Changes in EF0F1 by Electron Microscopy [pdf]
131 F. E. Possmayer, A. F. Hartog, J. A. Berden and P. Gräber
(2000) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1456, 77-98
Covalent modification of the catalytic sites of the H+-ATPase from Chloroplasts, CF0F1, with 2-azido-[-32P]-ADP. Modification of the catalytic site 2 (loose) and the catalytic site 3 (open) impairs multi-site but not uni-site catalysis of both ATP synthesis and ATP hydrolysis.
130 S. Fischer and P. Gräber (1999) FEBS. Lett. 457, 327-332
Comparison of pH- and -driven ATP synthesis catalyzed by the H+-ATPases from Escherichia coli or chloroplasts reconstituted into liposomes
129 R. Rottler, M. Rusch and P. Gräber (1998) G. Garab (ed.) Photosynthesis: Mechanisms and Effects, Vol. III, 1691-1694
Optical measurements of basal and phosphorylating proton fluxes in CF0F1 liposomes
128 D. Werdien, A. Labahn and P. Gräber (1998) in: Photosynthesis: Mechanisms and Effects, G. Garab (ed.) Vol. III, 1695-1698
Activation and inactivation of CF0F1 reconstituted in liposomes monitored by ATP binding under uni-site conditions.
127 M. Börsch, P. Turina, C. Eggeling, J.R. Fries, C.A.M. Seidel, A. Labahn and P. Gräber (1998) FEBS Lett.437, 251-254
Conformational changes of the H+-ATPase from Escherichia coli upon nucleotide binding detected by single molecule fluorescence
126 B. Böttcher, L. Schwarz and P. Gräber (1998) J. Mol. Biol. 281, 757-762
Direct Indication for the Existence of a Double Stalk in CF0F1
125 M. Börsch, P. Turina, C. Eggeling, J. Fries, C. A. M. Seidel, A. Labahn and P. Gräber (1998) Italian Biochemical Society Transaction - Vol. 11, 47-50
Change of diffusion coefficient of ECF1 upon nucleotide binding detected by single molecule fluorescence
124 R. Naumann, A. Jonczyk, C. Hampel, H. Ringsdorf, W. Knoll, N. Bunjes and P. Gräber (1997)  Bioelectrochem. and Bioenergetics 42, 241-247
 Coupling of proton translocation through ATPase incorporated into supported lipid bilayers to an electrochemical process [pdf]
123 N. Bunjes, E.K. Schmidt, A. Jonczyk, F. Rippmann, D. Beyer, H. Ringsdorf, P. Gräber, W. Knoll and R. Naumann (1997) Langmuir, 13, 6188-6194
 Thiopeptide-Supported Lipid Layers on Solid Substrates [pdf]
122 T.B. Creczynski-Pasa, E. W. Alves, A.T. Ferreira, H.M. Scofano and P. Gräber
 (1997) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1320, 58-64
Phosphatase Activity of H+-ATPase from Chloroplasts.
121 P. Gräber in: Bioenergetics, G. Milazzo and P. Gräber (ed.) (1997) Birkhäuser Verlag, 486-535 Structure, function and regulation of the H+-ATPases from chloroplasts
120 R. Naumann, A. Jonczyk, R. Kopp, J. van Esch, H Ringsdorf, W. Knoll and P. Gräber (1995) Angew. chem. Int. Ed. Engl., 34, No 18, 2056-2058
Incorporation of Membrane Proteins in Solid-Supported Lipid layers.
119 A. Labahn and P. Gräber (1995) in: Photosynthesis: from Light to Biosphere, P. Mathis (ed.), vol. III, 187-190
On the Mechanism of coupling between Proton Transport and ATP synthesis/ Hydrolysis at one Nucleotide Binding Site.
118 D. Razaka and P. Gräber (1995) in: Photosynthesis: from Light to Biosphere, P. Mathis (ed.), Vol. III, 167-170
Uni-site ATP synthesis as Function of pHin and pHout Catalysed by CF0f1 reconstituted in Proteoliposomes
117 A. L. Seybold and P. Gräber (1995) in: Photosynthesis: from Light to Biosphere, P. Mathis (ed.), Vol. III, 31-34
Nucleotides at catalytic sites of CF0F1 in thylakoids.
116 F.E. Possmayer, L. Hartog, J. Berden and P. Gräber (1995) in: Photosynthesis: from light to Biosphere, P. Mathis (ed.), Vol. III, 13-18
Uni-site and multi-site ATP synthesis after covalent binding of 2 N3-ADP at a catalytic site of CF0F1
115 B. Böttcher, U. Lücken and P. Gräber (1995) Biochemical Society Transactions 23, 780-785
The structure of the H+-ATPase from chloroplasts by electron cryomicroscopy
114 B. Böttcher, P. Gräber, E.J. Boekema and U. Lücken (1995) FEBS Lett. 373, 262-264
Electron cryomicroscopy of two-dimensional crystals of the H+-ATPase from chloroplasts
113 R. Kirch, K. Colvert, M. Richter and P. Gräber (1995) Archives of Biochem. and Biophys. 317, 1, 33-38
Intrinsic Fluorescence of the Chloroplasts H+-ATPase
112 S. Fischer, E. Etzold, P. Turina, G. Deckers-Hebestreit, K. Altendorf and P. Gräber (1994) Eur. J. Biochem. 225, 167-172
ATP synthesis catalyzed by the ATP synthase of Escherichia coli reconstituted into liposomes.
111 P. Gräber (1994) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1187, 171-176
The H+-ATPase from chloroplasts: energetics of the catalytic cycle
110 T.B. Creczynski-Pasa and P. Gräber (1994) FEBS Lett. 350, 195-198
ADP binding and ATP synthesis by reconstituted H+-ATPase from chloroplasts
109 P. Richard and P. Gräber (1994) in: Biothermokinetics, (Westerhoff, H.V. ed.), pp. 145-152, Intercept Ltd. Andover
Simulation of the kinetics of the H+-ATPase of the plasma membrane from yeast.
108 F. Possmayer and P. Gräber (1994) J. Biol. Chem. 269, 1896-1904
The pHin and pHout dependence of the rate of ATP synthesis catalyzed by the chloroplast H+-ATPase, CF0F1 in proteoliposomes.
107 A. Labahn and P. Gräber (1993) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1144, 170-176
From uni-site to multi-site ATP synthesis in thylakoid membranes.
106 A. Wach, N. Dencher and P. Gräber, (1993) Eur. J. Biochem. 214, 563-568
Co-reconstitution of plasma membrane H+-ATPase from yeast and bacteriorhodopsin into liposomes. ATP hydrolysis as a function of external and internal pH.
105 A. Labahn and P. Gräber, (1993) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1141, 288-296
ATP hydrolysis in chloroplasts: evidence for the participation of three ATP Binding sites.
104 E.J. Boekema, D. Harris, B. Böttcher and P. Gräber (1992) in: Research in Photosynthesis (N. Murata ed.) Vol. II, 645-652 Kluwer Academic Publishers
The Structure of the ATP-synthase from chloroplasts
103 P. Richard and P. Gräber (1992) Eur. J. Biochem. 210, 287-291
Kinetics of ATP synthesis catalyzed by the H+-ATPase from chloroplasts (CF0F1) reconstituted into liposomes and co-reconstituted with bacteriorhodopsin.
102 A. Labahn and P. Gräber (1992) FEBS Lett. 313, 177-180
Transport protons do not participate in ATP synthesis/hydrolysis at the nucleotide binding site of the H+-ATPase from chloroplasts.
101 A. Labahn and P. Gräber (1992) Acta Physiol. Scand. 146, 241-244
Numerical simulation of uni-site and bi-site ATP-hydrolysis catalyzed by the membrane-bound H+-ATPase from chloroplasts.
100 R.D. Kirch and P. Gräber (1992) Acta. Physiol. Scand. 146, 9-12
Purification of the H+-ATPase from chloroplasts.
99 P. Gräber and A. Labahn (1992) J. Bioenergetics and Biomembranes, 24, 493-497
Proton transport-coupled uni-site catalysis at the H+-ATPase from Chloroplasts.
98 P. Turina, B. Rumberg, B.A. Melandri and P. Gräber (1992) J. Biol. Chem. 267, 11057-11063
Activation of the H+-ATP synthase in the photosynthetic bacterium Rhodobacter capsulatus.
97 P. Fromme, I. Dahse and P. Gräber (1992) Z. Naturforsch. 47c, 239-244
Effect of Tentoxin on the activation and on the catalytic reaction of reconstituted H+-ATPase from chloroplasts.
96 B. Böttcher, P. Gräber and E. Boekema (1992) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1100, 125-136
The structure of Photosystem I from the thermophilic cyanobacterium Synechococcus sp. determined by electron microscopy of two-dimensional crystals.
95 U. Junesch and P. Gräber (1991) FEBS Lett. 294, 275-278
The rate of ATP-synthesis as a function of pH and  catalysed by the active, reduced H+-ATPase from chloroplasts.
94 A. Wach and P. Gräber (1991) Eur. J. Biochem. 201, 91-97
The plasma membrane H+-ATPase from yeast. Effects of pH, vanadate and erythrosine B on ATP hydrolysis and ATP binding
93 G. Renger, W. Rettig and P. Gräber (1991) J. Photochem. Photobiol. B: Biol., 9, 201-210
The effect of UVB irradiation on the lifetimes of singlet excitons in isolated photosystem II membrane fragments from spinach.
92 P. Turina, B.A. Melandri and P. Gräber (1991) Eur. J. Biochem. 196, 225-229
ATP synthesis in chromatophore driven by artificially induced ion gradients.
91 P. Fromme and P. Gräber (1990) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1020, 187-194
ATP-hydrolysis in chloroplasts: Uni-site catalysis and evidence for heterogeneity of catalytic sites.
90 P. Richard, J.L. Rigaud and P. Gräber (1990) Eur. J. Biochem. 193, 921-925
Reconstitution of CF0F1 into liposomes using a new reconstitution procedure.
89 P. Gräber (1990) in: Bioelectrochemistry III (Milazzo, G. and Blank, M. eds.) pp. 277-309
Kinetics of Proton-Transport coupled ATP-synthesis in Chloroplasts.
88 P. Gräber, B. Böttcher and E. Boekema (1990) in: Bioelectrochemistry III, (Milazzo, G. and Blank, M. eds.) pp. 247-276
The Structure of the ATP-synthase from Chloroplasts.
87 A. Labahn, P. Fromme and P. Gräber (1990) FEBS Lett. 271, 116-118
Uni-Site ATP-synthesis in Thylakoids.
86 I. Grotjohann and P. Gräber (1989) Prot. Chem. 8 (3) 379-380
The Ion Channel of the ATP-Synthase from Chloroplasts.
85 P. Fromme and P. Gräber (1990) FEBS Lett. 269, 247-251
Uni-site catalysis in thylakoids. The influence of membrane energization on ATP hydrolysis and ATP-Pi exchange.
84 M.P. Turina, G. Venturoli, P. Gräber and B. Andrea Melandri (1990) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1018, 133-137
Quantitative estimation of the H+-storage capacity of chromatophores and comparison with acid base induced ATP synthesis.
83 I. Grotjohann and P. Gräber (1990) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1017, 177-180
Isolation and properties of the membrane integrated part of the ATP-Synthase from chloroplasts, CF0.
82 A. Wach, J. Ahlers and P. Gräber (1990) Eur. J. Biochem. 189, 675-682
The H+-ATPase of the plasma membrane from yeast. Kinetics of ATP-hydrolysis in native membranes isolated and reconstituted enzymes.
81 P. Fromme and P. Gräber (1990) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1016, 929-942
Activation/Inactivation and Uni-Site Catalysis by the Reconstituted ATP-Synthase from Chloroplasts.
80 P. Bogdanoff and P. Gräber (1990) in: Current Research in Photosynthesis III, 10.217-219 (Baltscheffsky, ed.), Kluwer Academic Publ., Dordrecht
Proton Efflux and Phosphorylation in Flash Groups.
79 A. Labahn and P. Gräber (1990) in: Current Research in Photosynthesis III, 9.37-40 (M. Baltscheffsky, ed.) Kluwer Academic Publ., Dordrecht
Uni-Site ATP-Hydrolysis Catalyzed by the ATP-Synthase from Chloroplasts.
78 B. Böttcher, U. Lücken, E.J. Boekema and P. Gräber (1990) in: Current Research in Photosynthesis III, 9.33-36 (M. Baltscheffsky, ed.), Kluwer Academic Publ., Dordrecht
On the Structure of the ATP-Synthase from Chloroplasts.
77 P. Gräber, P. Fromme and U. Junesch (1990) in: current Research in Photosynthesis III, 15-21 (M. Baltsheffsky, ed.), Kluwer Academic Publ., Dordrecht Uni-Site Catalysis by the Reconstituted ATP-Synthase from Chloroplasts.
76 P. Fromme and P. Gräber (1989) FEBS Lett. 259, 33-36
Heterogeneity of ATP-Hydrolysing Sites on Reconstituted CF0F1.
75 G. Renger, M. Völker, H.J. Eckert, R. Fromme, S. Hohm-Veit and P. Gräber (1989) Photochemistry and Photobiology 49(1), 97-105
On the Mechanism of Photosystem, II Deterioration by UV-B Irradiation.
74 H. Bauermeister, E. Schlodder and P. Gräber (1988) Ber. Bunsenges. Physik. Chem. 92, 1036-1039
Electric Field-Driven ATP Synthesis Catalyzed by the Membrane-Bound ATP-Synthase from Chloroplasts.
73 E.J. Boekema, P. Fromme and P. Gräber (1988) Ber. Bunsenges. Physik. Chem. 92, 1031-1036
On the Structure of the ATP-Synthase from Chloroplasts.
72 E. Boekema, M. van Heel and P. Gräber (1988) in: The Ion Pumps: Structure, Function and Regulation (W.D. Stein, ed.) pp. 75--80, Alan R. Liss, Inc.
Structure of the ATP-Synthase from Chloroplasts Studied by Electron Microscopy and Image Processing.
71 P. Gräber, P. Fromme, G. Schmidt and E. Boekema (1988) in: The Ion Pumps: Structure, Function and Regulation (W.D. Stein, ed.), pp. 67-74, Alan R. Liss, Inc.
Structure of the ATP-Synthase from Chloroplasts as Revealed from Biochemical Studies and Electron Microscopy.
70 E.J. Boekema, G. Schmidt, P. Gräber and J.A. Berden (1988) Z. Naturforsch. 43c, 219-225
Structure of the ATP-Synthase from Chloroplasts and Mitochondria Studied by Electron Microscopy.
69 E.J. Boekema, M. van Heel and P. Gräber (1988) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 933, 365-371
Structure of the ATP Synthase from Chloroplasts studied by Electron Microscopy and Image Processing.
68 P. Gräber (1987) in: Bioelectrochemistry II (Milazzo, G. and Blank, M., eds.), pp. 379-429, Plenum Publishing Corp., 1987
Primary charge Separation and energy Transduction in Photosynthesis.
67 P. Gräber (1987) in: Perspectives of Biological Energy Transduction, Academic Press, Japan, pp. 415-422
Regulation of Proton-Transport coupled ATP Synthesis by the Chloroplast ATPase.
66 P. Fromme, E.J. Boekema and P. Gräber (1987) Z. Naturforsch. 42c, 1239-1245
Isolation and Characterisation of a Supramolecular Complex of Subunit III of the ATP-Synthase from Chloroplasts.
65 G. Renger, G. Dohnt, A. Kayed, M. Voss and P. Gräber (1987) Arch. Hydrobiol. Beih. Ergebn. Limnol. 29, 1-24
Die Chlorophyll-a Fluoreszenz als Indikator des Funktionszustandes des Photosyntheseapparats in Pflanzen. Theoretische Grundlagen und praktische Anwendung.
64 U. Junesch and P. Gräber,
(1987) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 893, 275-288
Influence of the redox state and the activation of the chloroplast ATP-synthase on proton-transport-coupled ATP-synthesis/hydrolysis. [pdf]
63 P. Fromme, P. Gräber and J. Salnikow (1987) FEBS Lett. 218, 27-30
Isolation and identification of a fourth subunit in the membrane part of the chloroplast ATP-synthase.
62 G. Schmidt and P. Gräber, (1987) Z. Naturforsch. 42 c, 231-236
The rate of ATP-hydrolysis catalyzed by reconstituted CF0F1 – liposomes.
61 G. Schmidt and P. Gräber, (1987) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 890, 392-394
The rate of ATP synthesis catalyzed by reconstituted CF0F1 - liposomes: Dependence on pH and .
60 R. Diedrich-Glaubitz, M. Völker, G. Renger and P. Gräber (1987) in: Progr. in Photosynth. Research, pp. I 5.519-522
Proton Release by Photosynthetic Water Oxidation.
59 M. Rögner and P. Gräber (1987) in: Progr. in Photosynth. Research, pp. III 1.25-28
Subunit-Subunit Interactions in F0F1 as Revealed by Ligand Binding and Intrinsic Fluorescence.
58 G. Schmidt and P. Gräber (1987) in: Progr. in Photosynth. research, III 1.91-94
The Rate of ATP synthesis and ATP Hydrolysis Catalyzed by Reconstituted CF0F1-Liposomes.
57 U. Junesch and P. Gräber (1987) in: Progr. in Photosynth. Research, pp. III 2.173-176
The Activation of the Reduced Chloroplast ATP-Synthase by pH.
56 P. Gräber, U. Junesch and G. Thulke (1987) in: Progress in Photosynthetic Research, pp. III 2.177-184 (J. Biggins, ed.), Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
The Chloroplast ATP-synthase: The Rate of the Catalytic Reaction.
55 P. Gräber, P. Fromme, U. Junesch, G. Schmidt and G. Thulke (1986) Ber. Bunsenges. Physik. Chem. 90, 1034-1040
Kinetics of Proton-Transport-Coupled ATP Synthesis Catalyzed by the Chloroplast ATP Synthase.
54 M. Rögner and P. Gräber (1986) Eur. J. Biochem. 159, 255-261
Kinetics of ATP hydrolysis catalyzed by isolated TF1 and reconstituted TF1F0 ATPase.
53 M. Rögner and P. Gräber (1986) J. Biochem. Tokyo 99, 993-1003
Spectroscopic Characterisation of the ATPase of the Thermophilic Bacterium PS 3 and its Isolated Subunits.
52 G. Renger, M. Voss, P. Gräber and A. Schulze (1986) in ‘Stratospheric Ozone Reduction, Solar Ultraviolet Radiation and Plant Life. (R.C. Worrest and M.M. Caldwell, eds.) pp. 171-184, Springer-Verlag, Berlin
Effect of UV-Irradiation on Different Partial Reactions of the Primary Processes of Photosynthesis.
51 G. Renger und P. Gräber (1985) BPT-Bericht 8/85, Gesellschaft für Strahlen- und Umweltforschung, München
Wirkung von Umweltchemikalien auf die Primärprozesse der Photosynthese.
50 M. Rögner, P. Gräber, U. Lücken, H. Tiedge, J. Weber and G. Schäfer (1986) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 849, 121-130
Subunit-Subunit Interactions in TF1 as Revealed by Ligand Binding to Isolated and Integrated  and Subunits.
49 P. Gräber, U. Junesch, G. Schmidt and P. Fromme (1986) in: Ion Interactions in Energy Transfer Biomembranes (Papageorgiou, G.c. et al., eds.) p. 147-156, Plenum Publishing Corp.
Proton Transport-Coupled ATP Synthesis Catalyzed by the chloroplast ATPase.
48 U. Junesch, G. Thulke and P. Gräber (1985) in: Recent Advances in Biological Membrane Studies (L. Packer, ed.), pp. 425-437, Plenum Publishing Corp.
Kinetics of Proton-Transport Coupled ATP Synthesis Driven by an Artificially Generated pH and .
47 U. Junesch and P. Gräber (1985) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 809, 429-434
The rate of ATP-synthesis as a function of pH in normal and dithiothreitol-modified chloroplasts.
46 G. Schmidt and P. Gräber (1985) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 808, 46-51
The rate of ATP-synthesis by reconstituted CF0F1 liposomes.
45 P. Gräber, E. Schlodder and H.T. Witt (1984) in: H+-ATPase (ATP-synthase), (Papa, s. et al. eds.) pp. 431-440, Adriatica Editrice, Bari, Italy
Mechanism of the regulation of ATP-synthesis/hydrolysis in chloroplasts and ATP-synthesis in model systems.
44 M. Voss, G. Renger, C. Kötter and P. Gräber (1984) Weed Science, 32, 675-680
Fluorometric Detection of Photosystem II Herbicide Penetration and Detoxification in Whole Leaves
43 P. Gräber, U. Junesch and G.H. Schatz (1984) Ber. Bunsenges. Physik. Chem. 88, 599-608
Kinetics of Proton-Transport-Coupled ATP-synthesis in Chloroplasts. Activation of the ATPase by an Artificially Generated pH and .
42 P. Gräber and G. Renger (1984) Wissenschaftl. Zeitschrift der Humboldt-Universität Berlin, Math.-Nat. R. XXXIII, 4, 280-284
Die funktionelle und strukturelle Organisation der photosynthetischen Primärprozesse bei Pflanzen.
41 M. Voss, G. Renger, P. Gräber and C. Kötter (1984) Z. Naturforsch. 39 c, 359-361
Measurements of Penetration and Detoxification of PS II Herbicides in Whole Leafs by a Fluorometric Method.
40 P. Gräber (1984) in: Charge and Field Effects in Biosystems, (M.J. Allen and P.N.R. Usherwood, eds.) pp. 227-242, Abacus Press
Electrical and electrochemical aspects of the primary processes of photosynthesis.
39 M. Voß, G. Renger and P. Gräber (1984) in: Advances in Photosynthesis Research, (C. Sybesma, ed.), pp. IV.1.53-56, Martinu Nijhoff/Dr. W. Junk Publishers, The Hague
Fluorometric Detection of Reversible and Irreversible Defects of Electron Transport Induced by Herbicides in Intact Leaves.
37 P. Gräber. M. Rögner, D. Samoray, and G. hauska (1984) in: Advances in Photosynthesis Research, (C. Sybesma, ed.) pp. 5.427-430, Martinus Nijhoff/Dr. W. Junk Publishers, The Hague
ATP-Synthesis catalyzed by reconstituted CF0F1 liposomes driven by an artificially generated and pH.
36 P. Gräber and H. Bauermeister (1984) in: Advances in Photosynthesis Research, (C. Sybesma, ed.) pp. II.4.333-336, Martinus Nijhoff/Dr. W. Junk Publishers, The Hague
Electric Measurements of the Kinetics of Photosynthetic Events.
35 U. Junesch and P. Gräber (1984) in: Advances in Photosynthetic Research, (c. Sybesma) ed., pp. II.5.431-436, Martinus Nijhoff/Dr. W. Junk Publishers, The Hague
The Rate of ATP synthesis as function of pH and  in preactivated and non-preactivated chloroplasts.
35 W. Iwanzik, M. Tevini, G. Dohnt, M. Voss, W. Weiss, P. Gräber and G. Renger (1983) Physiol. Plant. 58, 401-407
Action of UV-B radiation on photosynthetic primary reactions in spinach chloroplasts.
34 G. Renger, P. Gräber, G. Dohnt, R. Hagemann, W. Weiss and R. Voss (1982) in: Biological Effects of UV-B Radiation (H. Bauer, MM. Cladwell, M. Tevini and R.C. Worrest, eds.), Gesellschaft für Strahlen- und Umweltforschung, München, BPT-Bericht 5/82
33 P. Gräber, M. Rögner, H.-E. Buchwald, D. Samoray and G. Hauska (1982) FEBS Lett. 145, 35-40
Field-driven ATP-synthesis by the chloroplast coupling factor complex reconstituted into liposomes.
32 E. Schlodder, P. Gräber and H.T. Witt (1982) in: Electron Transport and Photophosphorylation, J. Barber, Ed., Elsevier Biomedical Press, pp. 105-175
Mechanism of Phosphorylation in Chloroplasts.

31 P. Gräber (1981) in: Current Topics in Membranes and Transport, Vol 16, Bronner and Kleinzeller, eds., Academic Press, pp. 215-245
Phosphorylation in Chloroplasts: ATP synthesis driven by and pH of Artificial or Light-Generated Origin.

30 P. Gräber, M. Burmeister and M. Hortsch (1981) FEBS Lett. 136, 25-31
Regulation of the Membrane Permeability of Spinach Chloroplasts by Binding of Adenine Nucleotides
29 R. Tiemann, G. Renger and P. Gräber (1981) Proc. of the 5th Intern. Congr. of Photosynthesis, 1980, Kallithea, Greece (G. Akoyunoglou, ed.), Balaban International Science Service, Philadelphia, Vol. III, pp. 85-96
Electron an Proton Transport in Inside-Out Thylakoids
28 H.W. Trissl and P. Gräber (1981) Proc. of the 5th Intern. Congr. of Photosynthesis, 1980, Kallithea, Greece (G. Akoyunoglou, ed.), Balaban International Science Service, Philadelphia, Vol. III, pp. 709-716
Electric Measurements of the charge Separation in Chloroplasts in the Nanosecond Range
27 G.H. Schatz, E. Schlodder and P. Gräber (1981) Proc. of the 5th Intern. Congr. of Photosynthesis, 1980, Kallithea, Greece (G. Akoyunoglou, ed.), Balaban International Science Service, Philadelphia, Vol. II, pp. 945-954
Kinetics of ATP Synthesis and AdN Exchange in Chloroplasts Measured by Rapid Mixing Acid-Base Transitions
26 P. Gräber and E. Schlodder (1981) Proc. of the 5th Intern. Congr. of Photosynthesis, 1980, Kallithea, Greece (G. Akoyunoglou, ed.), Balaban International Science Service, Philadelphia, Vol. II, pp. 867880
Regulation of the Rate of ATP Synthesis/Hydrolysis by pH and .
25 P. Gräber (1981) in: Energy Coupling in Photosynthesis, Developments in Biochemistry. Vol. 20, Selman and Selman-Reimer, eds., pp. 119-128, Elsevier/Borth Holland
Energization of Thylakoid Membranes by Different Pulse Methods and their Relevance to Initial ATP Synthesis. The Reversibility of the DTT-modified ATPase.
24 P. Gräber and H.W. Trissl (1981) FEBS Lett. 123, 95-99
On the Rise Time and Polarity of the Photo voltage Generated by Light Gradients in Chloroplast Suspensions
23 P. Gräber (1980) Biochemical and Biophysical Res. Comm. 96, No. 3, 1232-1239
Phosphorylation of 1,N6-Etheno-ADP in Flash Groups and the concomitant Decay Kinetics of the Absorption Change at 515 nm
22 P. Gräber (1980) in: Hydrogen Ion Transport in Epithelia (I. Schulz et al., eds.), pp. 19-31, Elsevier/North-Holland Press
Proton Translocation at the Photosynthetic Membrane
21 H.W. Trissl and P. Gräber (1980) Bioelectrochemistry and Bioenergetics 7, 167-186
Properties of Chloroplasts Spread at the Heptane/Water Interface. Measurements of the Photosynthetic Charge Separation in the Nanosecond Range
20 H.W. Trissl and P. Gräber (1980) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 595, 96-108
Electrical Measurements in the Nanosecond Range of the Charge Separation from Chloroplasts spread at a Heptane-Water Interface. Application of a Novel Capacitive Electrode.
19 P. Gräber and H.T. Witt (1979) in: The Neurosciences - Fourth Study Program, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass., pp. 659-669
Action of Electric Fields on Biological Membranes: Photosynthesis as an Example of the Generation and Use of Electric Fields
18 R. Tiemann, G. Renger, P. Gräber and H.T. Witt (1979) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 546, 498-519
The Plastoquinone Pool as Possible Hydrogen Pump in Photosynthesis
17 G. Renger, D. DiFiore, B. Luuring and P. Gräber (1979) Z. Naturforsch. 34c, 120-124
The Variation of the Electro chromic Difference Spectrum at Various Stages of the Chloroplast Development
16 H.T. Witt, R. Tiemann, P. Gräber and G. Renger (1978) in: Energy Conservation in Biological Membranes, Springer Verlag, pp. 109-112
The Plastoquinone Pool as Possible Hydrogen Pump
15 P. Gräber, A. Zickler and H.E. Akerlund (1978) FEBS Lett. 96, 233-237
Electric Evidence for the Isolation of Inside-Out Vesicles from Spinach Chloroplasts
14 S. Saphon and P. Gräber (1978) Z. Naturforsch. 33c, 715-722
External Proton Uptake, Internal Proton Release and Internal pH Changes in Chromatophores from Rps. sphaeroides Following Single Turnover Flashes
13 P. Gräber and S. Saphon (1978) Z. Naturforsch. 33c, 421-427
Conformational Changes of the Membrane-Bound ATPase of Bacterial Chromatophores Revealed by Fluorescence Changes of Fluorescamine-Labelle Coupling Factors
12 P. Gräber, E. Schlodder and H.T. Witt (1978) in: Photosynthesis 77: Proc. IV Intern.
Congr. on Photosynthesis, The Biochemical Soc., London, pp. 197-210
Control of the Rate of ATP Synthesis by Conformational Changes in the Chloroplast ATPase Induced by the Transmembrane Electric Field
11 H.T. Witt, E. Schlodder and P. Gräber (1977) in: Bioenergetics of Membranes (L. Packer et al., eds.), Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 447-457
Conformational Change, ATP Generation and Turnover Rate of the Chloroplast ATPase Analyzed by Energization with an External Electric Field
10 P. Gräber, E. Schlodder and H.T. Witt (1977) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 461, 426-440
Conformational Change of the Chloroplast ATPase Induced by a Transmembrane Electric Field and Its Correlation to Phosphorylation
9 H.T. Witt, E. Schlodder and P. Gräber (1976) FEBS Lett. Vol. 69, 272-276
Membrane-Bound ATP Synthesis Generated by an External Electric Field
8 P. Gräber and H.T. Witt (1976) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 423, 141-163
Relations between the Electrical Potential, pH Gradient, Proton Flux and Phosphorylation in the Photosynthetic Membrane
7 P. Gräber and H.T. Witt (1975) FEBS Lett. Vol. 59, 184-189
Direct Measurement of the Protons Pumped into the Inner Phase of the Functional Membrane of Photosynthesis per Electron Transfer
6 P. Gräber and H.T. Witt (1974) Proc. 3rd Intern. Congr. on Photosynthesis, 1974, Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 951-956
The Effect of Temperature on Flash-Induced Transmembrane Currents in Chloroplasts of Spinach
5 P. Gräber and H.t. Witt (1974) Proc. 3rd Intern. Congress on Photosynthesis, 1974, Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 427-436
On the Relation between the Transmembrane Electrical Potential Difference, pH Gradient and ATP Formation in Photosynthesis
4 P. Gräber and H.T. Witt (1974) Biochim. Biophys. Acta 333, 389-392
On the Extent of the Electrical Potential Across the Thylakoid Membrane Induced by Continuous Light in Chlorella Cells
3 P. Gräber and K.G. Weil (1973) Ber. Bunsenges. Physik. Chem. 77, 508-512
Mass Spectrometric Investigations of Silver Halides II: Temperature Dependence of the Mass Spectrum of Silver Chloride
2 P. Gräber and K.G. Weil (1972) Ber. Bunsenges. Physik. Chem. 76, 410-413
Mass Spectrometric Investigations of Silver Halides I: Mass Spectrum, Appearance Potentials, and Fragmentation Scheme of Silver Chloride
1 R. Bröll, P. Gräber and K.G. Weil (1968) Thin Films, Vol 1, pp. 109-134
Das Verhalten dünner Silberchloridschichten beim Erwärmen
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