Robert Dempski
Robert Dempski
Associate Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry
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Ultra light-sensitive and fast neuronal activation with the Ca 2+-permeable channelrhodopsin CatCh
S Kleinlogel, K Feldbauer, RE Dempski, H Fotis, PG Wood, C Bamann, ...
Nature neuroscience 14 (4), 513-518, 2011
4002011
Oligosaccharyl transferase: gatekeeper to the secretory pathway
RE Dempski, B Imperiali
Current opinion in chemical biology 6 (6), 844-850, 2002
1492002
The reductive half-reaction of xanthine oxidase: reaction with aldehyde substrates and identification of the catalytically labile oxygen
M Xia, R Dempski, R Hille
Journal of Biological Chemistry 274 (6), 3323-3330, 1999
1231999
The emerging role of zinc transporters in cellular homeostasis and cancer
E Bafaro, Y Liu, Y Xu, RE Dempski
Signal transduction and targeted therapy 2 (1), 1-12, 2017
862017
The human ZIP4 transporter has two distinct binding affinities and mediates transport of multiple transition metals
S Antala, RE Dempski
Biochemistry 51 (5), 963-973, 2012
652012
Computation and functional studies provide a model for the structure of the zinc transporter hZIP4
S Antala, S Ovchinnikov, H Kamisetty, D Baker, RE Dempski
Journal of Biological Chemistry 290 (29), 17796-17805, 2015
582015
The β Subunit of the Na+/K+-ATPase Follows the Conformational State of the Holoenzyme
RE Dempski, T Friedrich, E Bamberg
The Journal of general physiology 125 (5), 505-520, 2005
362005
The cation selectivity of the ZIP transporters
RE Dempski
Current topics in membranes 69, 221-245, 2012
352012
Functional significance of E2 state stabilization by specific α/β-subunit interactions of Na, K-and H, K-ATPase
KL Dürr, NN Tavraz, RE Dempski, E Bamberg, T Friedrich
Journal of Biological Chemistry 284 (6), 3842-3854, 2009
312009
Fluorometric measurements of intermolecular distances between the α-and β-subunits of the Na+/K+-ATPase
RE Dempski, K Hartung, T Friedrich, E Bamberg
Journal of Biological Chemistry 281 (47), 36338-36346, 2006
312006
Voltage clamp fluorometry: Combining fluorescence and electrophysiological methods to examine the structure–function of the Na+/K+-ATPase
RE Dempski, T Friedrich, E Bamberg
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Bioenergetics 1787 (6), 714-720, 2009
252009
A zinc (II) photocage based on a decarboxylation metal ion release mechanism for investigating homeostasis and biological signaling
PN Basa, S Antala, RE Dempski, SC Burdette
Angewandte Chemie 127 (44), 13219-13223, 2015
242015
Re-introduction of transmembrane serine residues reduce the minimum pore diameter of channelrhodopsin-2
R Richards, RE Dempski
PloS one 7 (11), e50018, 2012
242012
Increasing enthusiasm and enhancing learning for biochemistry-laboratory safety with an augmented-reality program
B Zhu, M Feng, H Lowe, J Kesselman, L Harrison, RE Dempski
Journal of Chemical Education 95 (10), 1747-1754, 2018
222018
Elucidation of basic mechanistic and kinetic properties of influenza endonuclease using chemically synthesized RNAs
DB Olsen, F Benseler, JL Cole, MW Stahlhut, RE Dempski, PL Darke, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 271 (13), 7435-7439, 1996
201996
Zn2+ at a cellular crossroads
X Liang, RE Dempski, SC Burdette
Current opinion in chemical biology 31, 120-125, 2016
182016
Transmembrane domain three contributes to the ion conductance pathway of channelrhodopsin-2
O Gaiko, RE Dempski
Biophysical journal 104 (6), 1230-1237, 2013
182013
Structural arrangement and conformational dynamics of the γ subunit of the Na+/K+-ATPase
RE Dempski, J Lustig, T Friedrich, E Bamberg
Biochemistry 47 (1), 257-266, 2008
182008
Recent mechanistic studies of xanthine oxidase
M Xia, P Ilich, R Dempski, R Hille
Biochemical Society Transactions 25 (3), 768-773, 1997
17*1997
Adjacent channelrhodopsin-2 residues within transmembranes 2 and 7 regulate cation selectivity and distribution of the two open states
R Richards, RE Dempski
Journal of Biological Chemistry 292 (18), 7314-7326, 2017
142017
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