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Journal Article (7)

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Hashemolhosseini, S.; Moore, C.; Landmann, L.; Sander, A.; Schwarz, H.; Witzemann, V.; Sakmann, B.; Brenner, H. R.: Electrical activity and postsynapse formation in adult muscle: γ-AChR are not required. Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience 16 (6), pp. 697 - 707 (2000)
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Schwarz, H.; Giese, G.; Müller, H.; Koenen, M.; Witzemann, V.: Different functions of fetal and adult AChR subtypes for the formation and maintenance of neuromuscular synapses revealed in epsilon-subunit-deficient mice. European Journal of Neuroscience: European Neuroscience Association 12, pp. 3107 - 3116 (2000)
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Witzemann, V.; Schwarz, H.; Koenen, M.: Acetylcholine receptors: Their role in synapse formation and muscle function. Neuroforum 2, pp. 181 - 188 (2000)
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McArdle, J. J.; Lentz, T. L.; Witzemann, V.; Schwarz, H.; Weinstein, S. A.; Schmidt, J. J.: Waglerin-1 selectively blocks the epsilon form of the muscle nicotinic acetylcholine receptor. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 289 (1), pp. 543 - 550 (1999)
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Schwarz, H.; Sander, A.; Hesser, B.; Güth, A.: High-throughput DNA purification with DNeasy 96 - more than just mouse tails. Part II: High-throughput screening of embryonic stem-cell clones for a correctly targeted gene. Qiagen News 3, pp. 7 - 9 (1998)
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Schwarz, H.: Rapid high-throughput purification of genomic DNA from mouse and rat tails for use in transgenic testing. Technical Tips Online 2 (1), pp. 129 - 132 (1997)
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Witzemann, V.; Schwarz, H.; Koenen, M.; Berberich, C.; Villarroel, A.; Wernig, A.; Brenner, H. R.; Sakmann, B.: Acetylcholine receptor e-subunit deletion causes muscle weakness and atrophy in juvenile and adult mice. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 93, pp. 13286 - 13291 (1996)

Thesis - PhD (1)

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Thesis - PhD
Schwarz, H.: Die Bedeutung des adulten nikotinischen Acetylcholinrezeptors (AChR) für die Entwicklung und Erhaltung der neuromuskulären Synapse. Dissertation, 61 pp., Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg, Heidelberg (1999)
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