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Sakmann, B.; Trube, G.: Voltage-dependent inactivation of inward-rectifying single-channel currents in the guinea-pig heart cell membrane. Journal of Physiology 347 (1), S. 659 - 683 (1984)
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Sakmann, B.; Neher, E.: Patch clamp techniques for studying ionic channels in excitable membranes. Annual Review of Physiology 46, S. 455 - 472 (1984)
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Sakmann, B.; Noma, A.; Trautwein, W.: Acetylcholine activation of single muscarinic K+ channels in isolated pacemaker cells of the mammalian heart. Nature 303 (5914), S. 327 - 808 (1983)
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Brenner, H. R.; Sakmann, B.: Neurotrophic control of channel properties at neuromuscular synapses of rat muscle. Journal of Physiology 337 (1), S. 159 - 171 (1983)
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Hamill, O. P.; Bormann, J.; Sakmann, B.: Activation of multiple-conductance state chloride channels in spinal neurones by glycine and GABA. Nature 5937 (5937), S. 805 - 503 (1983)
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Sakmann, B.; Hamill, O. P.; Bormann, J.: Patch-clamp measurements of elementary ionic currents activated by the putative inhibitory transmitters GABA and glycine in mammalian spinal neurones. Journal of Neural Transmission-Supplement 18, S. 83 - 95 (1983)
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Colquhoun, D.; Sakmann, B.: Fluctuations in the microsecond time range of the current through single acetylcholine receptor ion channels. Nature 294 (5840), S. 464 - 466 (1981)
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Hamill, O. P.; Sakmann, B.: Multiple conductance states of single acetylcholine receptor channels in embryonic muscle cells. Nature 294 (5840), S. 462 - 464 (1981)
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Hamill, O. P.; Sakmann, B.: A cell-free method for recording single-channel currents from biological membranes. Journal of Physiology 312, S. 41 - 42 (1981)
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Boheim, G.; Hanke, W.; Barrantes, F. J.; Eibl, H.; Sakmann, B.; Fels, G.; Maelicke, A.: Agonist-activated ionic channels in acetylcholine receptor reconstituted into planar lipid bilayers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 78 (6), S. 3586 - 3590 (1981)
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Hamill, O. P.; Marty, A.; Neher, E.; Sakmann, B.; Sigworth, F.: Improved patch-clamp techniques for high-resolution current recording from cells and cell-free membrane patches. Pflügers Archiv: European Journal of Physiology 391 (2), S. 85 - 100 (1981)
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Sakmann, B.; Patlak, J.; Neher, E.: Single acetylcholine-activated channels show burst-kinetics in presence of desensitizing concentrations of agonist. Nature 286, S. 71 - 73 (1980)
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Michler, A.; Sakmann, B.: Receptor stability and channel conversion in the subsynaptic membrane of the developing mammalian neuromuscular junction. Developmental Biology 80 (1), S. 1 - 17 (1980)
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Sakmann, B.; Boheim, G.: Alamethicin-induced single channel conductance fluctuations in biological membranes. Nature 282 (5736), S. 336 - 339 (1979)
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Sakmann, B.; Brenner, H. R.: Change in synaptic channel gating during neuromuscular development. Nature 276 (5686), S. 401 - 402 (1978)
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Adams, P. R.; Sakmann, B.: A comparison of current‐voltage relations for full and partial agonists. Journal of Physiology 283 (1), S. 621 - 644 (1978)
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Sakmann, B.: Acetylcholine induced ionic channels in rat skeletal muscle. Federation proceedings 37, S. 2654 - 2659 (1978)
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Adams, P. R.; Sakmann, B.: Decamethonium both opens and blocks endplate channels. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 75 (6), S. 2994 - 2998 (1978)
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Brenner, H. R.; Sakmann, B.: Gating properties of acetycholine receptor in newly formed neuromuscular synapses. Nature 271 (5643), S. 366 - 368 (1978)
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Neher, E.; Sakmann, B.; Steinbach, J. H.: The extracellular patch clamp: a method for resolving currents through individual open channels in biological membranes. Pflügers Archiv: European Journal of Physiology 375 (2), S. 219 - 228 (1978)
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