Daniel Wüstner
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Intracellular cholesterol transport
FR Maxfield, D Wüstner
The Journal of clinical investigation 110 (7), 891-898, 2002
4122002
Vesicular and non-vesicular sterol transport in living cells: the endocytic recycling compartment is a major sterol storage organelle
M Hao, SX Lin, OJ Karylowski, D Wüstner, TE McGraw, FR Maxfield
Journal of Biological Chemistry 277 (1), 609-617, 2002
3412002
Analysis of cholesterol trafficking with fluorescent probes
FR Maxfield, D Wüstner
Methods in cell biology 108, 367-393, 2012
1682012
Fluorescent sterols as tools in membrane biophysics and cell biology
D Wüstner
Chemistry and physics of lipids 146 (1), 1-25, 2007
1492007
Rapid nonvesicular transport of sterol between the plasma membrane domains of polarized hepatic cells
D Wüstner, A Herrmann, M Hao, FR Maxfield
Journal of Biological Chemistry 277 (33), 30325-30336, 2002
1042002
Rapid flip-flop of phospholipids in endoplasmic reticulum membranes studied by a stopped-flow approach
U Marx, G Lassmann, HG Holzhütter, D Wüstner, P Müller, A Höhlig, ...
Biophysical journal 78 (5), 2628-2640, 2000
1042000
Direct observation of rapid internalization and intracellular transport of sterol by macrophage foam cells
D Wüstner, M Mondal, I Tabas, FR Maxfield
Traffic 6 (5), 396-412, 2005
982005
Different transport routes for high density lipoprotein and its associated free sterol in polarized hepatic cells
D Wüstner, M Mondal, A Huang, FR Maxfield
Journal of lipid research 45 (3), 427-437, 2004
892004
Rapid transbilayer movement of the fluorescent sterol dehydroergosterol in lipid membranes
K John, J Kubelt, P Müller, D Wüstner, A Herrmann
Biophysical journal 83 (3), 1525-1534, 2002
862002
Variable domain-linked oligosaccharides of a human monoclonal IgG: structure and influence on antigen binding
H Leibiger, D WÜSTNER, RD STIGLER, U MARX
Biochemical Journal 338 (2), 529-538, 1999
861999
How cholesterol interacts with proteins and lipids during its intracellular transport
D Wüstner, K Solanko
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Biomembranes 1848 (9), 1908-1926, 2015
682015
Plasma membrane sterol distribution resembles the surface topography of living cells
D Wüstner
Molecular biology of the cell 18 (1), 211-228, 2007
642007
A comparative study on fluorescent cholesterol analogs as versatile cellular reporters
E Sezgin, FB Can, F Schneider, MP Clausen, S Galiani, TA Stanly, ...
Journal of lipid research 57 (2), 299-309, 2016
622016
Quantitative assessment of sterol traffic in living cells by dual labeling with dehydroergosterol and BODIPY-cholesterol
D Wüstner, L Solanko, E Sokol, O Garvik, Z Li, R Bittman, T Korte, ...
Chemistry and physics of lipids 164 (3), 221-235, 2011
622011
Membrane orientation and lateral diffusion of BODIPY-cholesterol as a function of probe structure
LM Solanko, A Honigmann, HS Midtiby, FW Lund, JR Brewer, V Dekaris, ...
Biophysical journal 105 (9), 2082-2092, 2013
572013
Kinetic imaging of NPC1L1 and sterol trafficking between plasma membrane and recycling endosomes in hepatoma cells
NH Petersen, NJ Færgeman, L Yu, D Wüstner
Journal of lipid research 49 (9), 2023-2037, 2008
492008
Structural insight into eukaryotic sterol transport through Niemann-Pick type C proteins
MBL Winkler, RT Kidmose, M Szomek, K Thaysen, S Rawson, SP Muench, ...
Cell 179 (2), 485-497. e18, 2019
472019
Quantitative fluorescence loss in photobleaching for analysis of protein transport and aggregation
D Wüstner, LM Solanko, FW Lund, D Sage, HJ Schroll, MA Lomholt
BMC bioinformatics 13 (1), 1-21, 2012
462012
The role of ABC proteins Aus1p and Pdr11p in the uptake of external sterols in yeast: dehydroergosterol fluorescence study
P Kohut, D Wüstner, L Hronska, K Kuchler, I Hapala, M Valachovic
Biochemical and biophysical research communications 404 (1), 233-238, 2011
462011
Selective Visualization of Fluorescent Sterols in Caenorhabditis elegans by Bleach‐Rate‐Based Image Segmentation
D Wüstner, A Landt Larsen, NJ Færgeman, JR Brewer, D Sage
Traffic 11 (4), 440-454, 2010
452010
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