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Selection and analysis of a DNA aptamer binding α-amanitin from Amanita phalloides.
Muszyńska K, Ostrowska D, Bartnicki F, Kowalska E, Bodaszewska-Lubaś M, Hermanowicz P,Faulstich H, Strzałka W.
Acta Biochim Pol. 2017;64(3):401-406. doi: 10.18388/abp.2017_1615. Epub 2017 Aug 9.
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Select item 239131412.
Antibody-drug conjugate payloads.
Anderl J, Faulstich H, Hechler T, Kulke M.
Methods Mol Biol. 2013;1045:51-70. doi: 10.1007/978-1-62703-541-5_4. Review.
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Chemical modification allows phallotoxins and amatoxins to be used as tools in cell biology.
Anderl J, Echner H, Faulstich H.
Beilstein J Org Chem. 2012;8:2072-84. doi: 10.3762/bjoc.8.233. Epub 2012 Nov 27.
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Therapeutic potential of amanitin-conjugated anti-epithelial cell adhesion molecule monoclonal antibody against pancreatic carcinoma.
Moldenhauer G, Salnikov AV, Lüttgau S, Herr I, Anderl J, Faulstich H.
J Natl Cancer Inst. 2012 Apr 18;104(8):622-34. doi: 10.1093/jnci/djs140. Epub 2012 Mar 27.
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Molecular characterization and inhibition of amanitin uptake into human hepatocytes.
Letschert K, Faulstich H, Keller D, Keppler D.
Toxicol Sci. 2006 May;91(1):140-9. Epub 2006 Feb 22.
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Select item 152382596.
Identification of phalloidin uptake systems of rat and human liver.
Meier-Abt F, Faulstich H, Hagenbuch B.
Biochim Biophys Acta. 2004 Jul 1;1664(1):64-9.
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Select item 145309077.
Characterization of the transport of the bicyclic peptide phalloidin by human hepatic transport proteins.
Fehrenbach T, Cui Y, Faulstich H, Keppler D.
Naunyn Schmiedebergs Arch Pharmacol. 2003 Nov;368(5):415-20. Epub 2003 Oct 3.
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Select item 126642858.
Growth inhibition and changes in morphology and actin distribution in Acetabularia acetabulum by phalloidin and phalloidin derivatives.
Sawitzky H, Hanfstingl U, Faulstich H.
Protoplasma. 2003 Mar;220(3-4):209-18.
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Select item 116795789.
Human cofilin forms oligomers exhibiting actin bundling activity.
Pfannstiel J, Cyrklaff M, Habermann A, Stoeva S, Griffiths G, Shoeman R, Faulstich H.
J Biol Chem. 2001 Dec 28;276(52):49476-84. Epub 2001 Oct 25.
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Select item 1116083010.
ATP-dependent membrane assembly of F-actin facilitates membrane fusion.
Jahraus A, Egeberg M, Hinner B, Habermann A, Sackman E, Pralle A, Faulstich H, Rybin V, Defacque H, Griffiths G.
Mol Biol Cell. 2001 Jan;12(1):155-70.
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Stepwise modulation of ATPase activity, nucleotide trapping, and sliding motility of myosin S1 by modification of the thiol region with residues of increasing size.
Tiepold M, Kliche W, Pfannstiel J, Faulstich H.
Biochemistry. 2000 Feb 15;39(6):1305-15.
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Involvement of ezrin/moesin in de novo actin assembly on phagosomal membranes.
Defacque H, Egeberg M, Habermann A, Diakonova M, Roy C, Mangeat P, Voelter W, Marriott G, Pfannstiel J, Faulstich H, Griffiths G.
EMBO J. 2000 Jan 17;19(2):199-212.
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D-configuration of serine is crucial in maintaining the phalloidin-like conformation of viroisin.
Zanotti G, Kobayashi N, Munekata E, Zobeley S, Faulstich H.
Biochemistry. 1999 Aug 17;38(33):10723-9.
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Select item 1044112414.
Thiol-specific cross-linkers of variable length reveal a similar separation of SH1 and SH2 in myosin subfragment 1 in the presence and absence of MgADP.
Kliche W, Pfannstiel J, Tiepold M, Stoeva S, Faulstich H.
Biochemistry. 1999 Aug 10;38(32):10307-17.
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Select item 972374015.
Measurement of the distance between two thiols in a protein by kinetic analysis of a series of cross-linking reactions.
Faulstich H, Kliche W, Tiepold M.
J Protein Chem. 1998 Aug;17(6):532-3. No abstract available.
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Select item 954532416.
Lysosomal enzyme trafficking between phagosomes, endosomes, and lysosomes in J774 macrophages. Enrichment of cathepsin H in early endosomes.
Claus V, Jahraus A, Tjelle T, Berg T, Kirschke H, Faulstich H, Griffiths G.
J Biol Chem. 1998 Apr 17;273(16):9842-51.
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Select item 951473317.
Evaluating atomic models of F-actin with an undecagold-tagged phalloidin derivative.
Steinmetz MO, Stoffler D, Müller SA, Jahn W, Wolpensinger B, Goldie KN, Engel A, Faulstich H, Aebi U.
J Mol Biol. 1998 Feb 13;276(1):1-6.
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Select item 867453418.
The ternary complex of DNase I, actin and thymosin beta4.
Reichert A, Heintz D, Echner H, Voelter W, Faulstich H.
FEBS Lett. 1996 Jun 3;387(2-3):132-6.
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Select item 857611619.
Identification of contact sites in the actin-thymosin beta 4 complex by distance-dependent thiol cross-linking.
Reichert A, Heintz D, Echner H, Voelter W, Faulstich H.
J Biol Chem. 1996 Jan 19;271(3):1301-8.
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Select item 855518320.
Cross-link between cys 374 and cys 10 of actin abolishes polymerizability and allows study of the properties of the "F-actin monomer".
Heintz D, Faulstich H.
Biochemistry. 1996 Jan 9;35(1):258-65.
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Select item 872606921.
New aspects of amanitin and phalloidin poisoning.
Faulstich H, Wieland T.
Adv Exp Med Biol. 1996;391:309-14. Review. No abstract available.
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Select item 758871022.
Comparative study on the conformation of phalloidin, viroisin, and related derivatives in aqueous solution.
Kobayashi N, Endo S, Kobayashi H, Faulstich H, Wieland T, Munekata E.
Eur J Biochem. 1995 Sep 15;232(3):726-36.
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Select item 765121723.
Reversible introduction of thiol compounds into proteins by use of activated mixed disulfides.
Faulstich H, Heintz D.
Methods Enzymol. 1995;251:357-66. No abstract available.
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Select item 805590224.
The sulfoxide of thymosin beta 4 almost lacks the polymerization-inhibiting capacity for actin.
Heintz D, Reichert A, Mihelic-Rapp M, Stoeva S, Voelter W, Faulstich H.
Eur J Biochem. 1994 Jul 15;223(2):345-50.
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Select item 803401225.
Polymerization of actin from the thymosin beta 4 complex initiated by the addition of actin nuclei, nuclei stabilizing agents or myosin S1.
Reichert A, Heintz D, Voelter W, Mihelic M, Faulstich H.
FEBS Lett. 1994 Jun 27;347(2-3):247-50.
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Select item 806160526.
A beta-turn in alpha-amanitin is the most important structural feature for binding to RNA polymerase II and three monoclonal antibodies.
Baumann K, Zanotti G, Faulstich H.
Protein Sci. 1994 May;3(5):750-6.
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Select item 835441427.
Use of bimanyl actin derivative (TMB-actin) for studying complexation of beta-thymosins. Inhibition of actin polymerization by thymosin beta 9.
Heintz D, Reichert A, Mihelic M, Voelter W, Faulstich H.
FEBS Lett. 1993 Aug 23;329(1-2):9-12.
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Select item 847161228.
Identification of structural features involved in binding of alpha-amanitin to a monoclonal antibody.
Baumann K, Münter K, Faulstich H.
Biochemistry. 1993 Apr 20;32(15):4043-50.
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Select item 844037629.
Probing the phalloidin binding site of actin.
Faulstich H, Zobeley S, Heintz D, Drewes G.
FEBS Lett. 1993 Mar 8;318(3):218-22.
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Select item 844415930.
Cooperative effects on filament stability in actin modified at the C-terminus by substitution or truncation.
Drewes G, Faulstich H.
Eur J Biochem. 1993 Feb 15;212(1):247-53.
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Select item 845223331.
Determination and derivatization of protein thiols by n-octyldithionitrobenzoic acid.
Faulstich H, Tews P, Heintz D.
Anal Biochem. 1993 Feb 1;208(2):357-62.
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Select item 160112732.
Interchain and intrachain crosslinking of actin thiols by a bifunctional thiol reagent.
Faulstich H, Heintz D, Drewes G.
FEBS Lett. 1992 May 18;302(3):201-5.
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Select item 161898233.
Simultaneous assay for amatoxins and phallotoxins in Amanita phalloides Fr. by high-performance liquid chromatography.
Enjalbert F, Gallion C, Jehl F, Monteil H, Faulstich H.
J Chromatogr. 1992 May 15;598(2):227-36.
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Select item 176512934.
Fifty years of amanitin.
Wieland T, Faulstich H.
Experientia. 1991 Dec 1;47(11-12):1186-93. Review.
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Select item 200509335.
A reversible conformational transition in muscle actin is caused by nucleotide exchange and uncovers cysteine in position 10.
Drewes G, Faulstich H.
J Biol Chem. 1991 Mar 25;266(9):5508-13.
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Select item 239721636.
Epidermal growth factor labeled beta-amanitin-poly-L-ornithine: preparation and evidence for specific cytotoxicity.
Bermbach U, Faulstich H.
Biochemistry. 1990 Jul 24;29(29):6839-45.
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Select item 222134937.
2,4-Dinitrophenyl [14C]cysteinyl disulfide allows selective radioactive labeling of protein thiols under spectrophotometric control.
Drewes G, Faulstich H.
Anal Biochem. 1990 Jul;188(1):109-13.
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Select item 213745438.
The enhanced ATPase activity of glutathione-substituted actin provides a quantitative approach to filament stabilization.
Drewes G, Faulstich H.
J Biol Chem. 1990 Feb 25;265(6):3017-21.
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Select item 213679939.
Glutathionyl(cysteine-374) actin forms filaments of low mechanical stability.
Stournaras C, Drewes G, Blackholm H, Merkler I, Faulstich H.
Biochim Biophys Acta. 1990 Jan 19;1037(1):86-91.
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Select item 2083741640.
Disappearance of phalloidin-transporting ability in rat hepatocytes in culture and retardation of this process by demethylphalloin or antamanide.
Münter K, Mayer D, Faulstich H.
Toxicol In Vitro. 1990;4(3):201-5.
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Select item 249961941.
Biotinylphallotoxins: preparation and use as actin probes.
Faulstich H, Zobeley S, Bentrup U, Jockusch BM.
J Histochem Cytochem. 1989 Jul;37(7):1035-45.
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Select item 317337942.
The interaction of triethyl lead with tubulin and microtubules.
Zimmermann HP, Faulstich H, Hänsch GM, Doenges KH, Stournaras C.
Mutat Res. 1988 Oct;201(2):293-302.
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Select item 306372343.
Fluorescent phallotoxins as probes for filamentous actin.
Faulstich H, Zobeley S, Rinnerthaler G, Small JV.
J Muscle Res Cell Motil. 1988 Oct;9(5):370-83. Review. No abstract available.
PMID:3063723Similar articles

Select item 297837744.
Artificial dimers of native actin: preparation and properties in biological functions.
Bäumert HG, Kenmoku A, Middelhoff G, Ortanderl F, Thrun A, Faulstich H, Schiebler W, Fasold H.
J Protein Chem. 1988 Oct;7(5):571-80.
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Select item 342197645.
Thiol group reactivity and polymerization of actin in the presence of ATP analogs.
Stournaras C, Merkler I, Faulstich H.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 1988 Sep 15;155(2):962-70.
PMID:3421976Similar articles

Select item 318805546.
Strongly enhanced toxicity of the mushroom toxin alpha-amanitin by an amatoxin-specific Fab or monoclonal antibody.
Faulstich H, Kirchner K, Derenzini M.
Toxicon. 1988;26(5):491-9.
PMID:3188055Similar articles

Select item 245836847.
Coumarin-phalloidin: a new actin probe permitting triple immunofluorescence microscopy of the cytoskeleton.
Small JV, Zobeley S, Rinnerthaler G, Faulstich H.
J Cell Sci. 1988 Jan;89 ( Pt 1):21-4.
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Select item 359334848.
Changes in OD at 235 nm do not correspond to the polymerization step of actin.
Merkler I, Stournaras C, Faulstich H.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 1987 May 29;145(1):46-51.
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Select item 377866549.
A soluble biotinyl-alpha-amanitin affinity probe for the isolation of RNA polymerase B.
Vaisius AC, Faulstich H.
Biochem Cell Biol. 1986 Sep;64(9):923-9.
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Select item 287383850.
Characterization of a transporting system in rat hepatocytes. Studies with competitive and non-competitive inhibitors of phalloidin transport.
Münter K, Mayer D, Faulstich H.
Biochim Biophys Acta. 1986 Aug 7;860(1):91-8.
PMID:2873838Similar articles

Select item 242614051.
Galactosylated poly(L-lysine) as a hepatotropic carrier of 9-beta-D-arabinofuranosyladenine 5'-monophosphate.
Fiume L, Bassi B, Busi C, Mattioli A, Spinosa G, Faulstich H.
FEBS Lett. 1986 Jul 28;203(2):203-6.
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Select item 371589752.
Purification of amatoxin-specific antibodies from rabbit sera by affinity chromatography, their characterization and use in toxicological studies.
Kirchner K, Faulstich H.
Toxicon. 1986;24(3):273-83.
PMID:3715897Similar articles

Select item 356078353.
New aspects of phalloidin poisoning.
Faulstich H, Münter K.
Klin Wochenschr. 1986;64 Suppl 7:66-70. No abstract available.
PMID:3560783Similar articles

Select item 397759954.
Toxicokinetics of labeled amatoxins in the dog.
Faulstich H, Talas A, Wellhöner HH.
Arch Toxicol. 1985 Jan;56(3):190-4.
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Select item 241333355.
Protein conjugates of fungal toxins.
Faulstich H, Fiume L.
Methods Enzymol. 1985;112:225-37. No abstract available.
PMID:2413333Similar articles

Select item 241281156.
Phallolysin. A mushroom toxin, forms proton and voltage gated membrane channels.
Wilmsen HU, Faulstich H, Eibl H, Boheim G.
Eur Biophys J. 1985;12(4):199-209.
PMID:2412811Similar articles

Select item 654282857.
High cytotoxicity and membrane permeability of Et3Pb+ in mammalian and plant cells.
Stournaras C, Weber G, Zimmermann HP, Doenges KH, Faulstich H.
Cell Biochem Funct. 1984 Oct;2(4):213-6.
PMID:6542828Similar articles

Select item 646865358.
The molecular mechanism of interaction of Et3Pb+ with tubulin.
Faulstich H, Stournaras C, Doenges KH, Zimmermann HP.
FEBS Lett. 1984 Aug 20;174(1):128-31.
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Select item 672211459.
Nucleotide in monomeric actin regulates the reactivity of the thiol groups.
Faulstich H, Merkler I, Blackholm H, Stournaras C.
Biochemistry. 1984 Apr 10;23(8):1608-12.
PMID:6722114Similar articles

Select item 670413160.
Affinity isolation of RNA polymerase II on amanitin-Sepharose.
Lutter LC, Faulstich H.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 1984 Feb 29;119(1):42-8.
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Select item 669821161.
Phalloidin depletes the mitochondrial Ca2+ compartment of hepatocytes.
Faulstich H, Münter K, Mayer D.
FEBS Lett. 1984 Feb 27;167(2):241-4.
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Select item 662651562.
Physical properties and function of phallolysin.
Faulstich H, Bühring HJ, Seitz J.
Biochemistry. 1983 Sep 13;22(19):4574-80.
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Select item 688275063.
Membrane damage of liposomes by the mushroom toxin phallolysin.
Bühring HJ, Vaisius AC, Faulstich H.
Biochim Biophys Acta. 1983 Aug 24;733(1):117-23.
PMID:6882750Similar articles

Select item 684021464.
Preparation of tetramethylrhodaminyl-phalloidin and uptake of the toxin into short-term cultured hepatocytes by endocytosis.
Faulstich H, Trischmann H, Mayer D.
Exp Cell Res. 1983 Mar;144(1):73-82.
PMID:6840214Similar articles

Select item 667379365.
Two sites of intracellular localization of rhodaminyl-phalloidin in hepatocytes.
Mayer D, Faulstich H.
Biol Cell. 1983;48(2-3):143-50.
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Select item 712161866.
Lack of intestinal transport of [3H]-demethylphalloin: comparative studies with phallotoxins and bile acids on isolated small intestinal cells and ileal brush border membrane vesicles.
Petzinger E, Burckhardt G, Schwenk M, Faulstich H.
Naunyn Schmiedebergs Arch Pharmacol. 1982 Aug;320(2):196-200.
PMID:7121618Similar articles

Select item 689111967.
A rapid radioimmunoassay, using a nylon support, for amatoxins from Amanita mushrooms.
Faulstich H, Zobeley S, Trischmann H.
Toxicon. 1982;20(5):913-24.
PMID:6891119Similar articles

Select item 731705868.
Protection of one of the two reactive thiol groups in F-actin by ATP and phalloidin.
Blackholm H, Faulstich H.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 1981 Nov 16;103(1):125-30. No abstract available.
PMID:7317058Similar articles

Select item 679611369.
Ether derivatives of alpha-amanitin. Introduction of spacer moieties, lipophilic residues, and radioactive labels.
Faulstich H, Trischmann H, Wieland T, Wulf E.
Biochemistry. 1981 Oct 27;20(22):6498-504.
PMID:6796113Similar articles

Select item 728595770.
The mechanism of cytolysis of erythrocytes by the mushroom toxin phallolysin. Morphological and biochemical evidence for sodium influx and swelling.
Seitz J, Adler G, Stofft E, Faulstich H.
Eur J Cell Biol. 1981 Aug;25(1):46-53.
PMID:7285957Similar articles

Select item 611278371.
Beneficial effect of somatostatin in phalloidin-intoxicated rats. Influence on survival rate, biochemical and morphological data, and 3H-demethylphalloin absorption rate by the liver.
Wdowinski JM, Schwedes U, Faulstich H, Dancygier H, Leuschner U, Siede WH, Hübner K, Schöffling K, Usadel KH.
Res Exp Med (Berl). 1981;178(2):155-63.
PMID:6112783Similar articles

Select item 744985972.
Distribution of fluorescent alpha-amanitin (FAMA) during mitosis in cultured rat kangaroo (PtK1) cells.
Wulf E, Bautz FA, Faulstich H, Wieland T.
Exp Cell Res. 1980 Dec;130(2):415-20. No abstract available.
PMID:7449859Similar articles

Select item 610746573.
Mushroom poisoning.
Faulstich H.
Lancet. 1980 Oct 11;2(8198):794-5. No abstract available.
PMID:6107465Similar articles

Select item 689327174.
Virotoxins: actin-binding cyclic peptides of Amanita virosa mushrooms.
Faulstich H, Buku A, Bodenmüller H, Wieland T.
Biochemistry. 1980 Jul 8;19(14):3334-43.
PMID:6893271Similar articles

Select item 1659281375.
2,3-trans-3,4-trans-3,4-Dihydroxy-L-proline: An amino acid in toxic peptides of Amanita virosa mushrooms.
Buku A, Faulstich H, Wieland T, Dabrowski J.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1980 May;77(5):2370-1.
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Select item 689324976.
Formation of actin clusters in rat liver parenchymal cells on phalloidin poisoning as visualized by a fluorescent phallotoxin.
Jahn W, Faulstich H, Deboben A, Wieland T.
Z Naturforsch C. 1980 May-Jun;35(5-6):467-9.
PMID:6893249Similar articles

Select item 718890877.
Amaninamide, a new toxin of Amanita virosa mushrooms.
Buku A, Wieland T, Bodenmüller H, Faulstich H.
Experientia. 1980 Jan 15;36(1):33-4.
PMID:7188908Similar articles

Select item 738775378.
Silybin inhibition of amatoxin uptake in the perfused rat liver.
Faulstich H, Jahn W, Wieland T.
Arzneimittelforschung. 1980;30(3):452-4.
PMID:7387753Similar articles

Select item 689434379.
Interactions of hepatotoxic agents with proteins and subcellular structures.
Faulstich H.
Toxicology. 1980;18(3):205-11.
PMID:6894343Similar articles

Select item 39023780.
New aspects of amanita poisoning.
Faulstich H.
Klin Wochenschr. 1979 Nov 2;57(21):1143-52. Review. No abstract available.
PMID:390237Similar articles

Select item 29198181.
Fluorescent phallotoxin, a tool for the visualization of cellular actin.
Wulf E, Deboben A, Bautz FA, Faulstich H, Wieland T.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1979 Sep;76(9):4498-502.
PMID:291981Free PMC ArticleSimilar articles

Select item 50323982.
[Amatoxins and mushroom poisoning].
Faulstich H.
Naturwissenschaften. 1979 Aug;66(8):410-2. German.
PMID:503239Similar articles

Select item 49234983.
Reduced phallotoxin uptake by livers of young compared with adult rats.
Walli AK, Wieland E, Faulstich H, Wieland T.
Naunyn Schmiedebergs Arch Pharmacol. 1979 Jul;307(3):283-6.
PMID:492349Similar articles

Select item 43166884.
Treatment of hepatotoxic mushroom poisoning.
Usadel KH, Wdowinski JM, Schwedes U, Faulstich H.
N Engl J Med. 1979 May 24;300(21):1223. No abstract available.
PMID:431668Similar articles

Select item 36335285.
Amatoxins, phallotoxins, phallolysin, and antamanide: the biologically active components of poisonous Amanita mushrooms.
Wieland T, Faulstich H.
CRC Crit Rev Biochem. 1978 Dec;5(3):185-260. Review.
PMID:363352Similar articles

Select item 60305486.
A protein-binding assay for phallotoxins using muscle actin.
Schäfer AJ, Faulstich H.
Anal Biochem. 1977 Dec;83(2):720-3. No abstract available.
PMID:603054Similar articles

Select item 89388687.
Rapid access to analogoues of phalloidin by replacing alanine-1 in the natural toxin by other amino acids.
Munekata E, Faulstich H, Wieland T.
J Am Chem Soc. 1977 Aug 31;99(18):6151-3. No abstract available.
PMID:893886Similar articles

Select item 40494488.
Resynthesis of phalloidin and phallisin from the seco-compounds.
Munekata E, Faulstich H, Wieland T.
Angew Chem Int Ed Engl. 1977 Apr;16(4):267-8. No abstract available.
PMID:404944Similar articles

Select item 84480289.
The dissociation of the phalloidin-actin complex.
Faulstich H, Schäfer AJ, Weckauf M.
Hoppe Seylers Z Physiol Chem. 1977 Feb;358(2):181-4.
PMID:844802Similar articles

Select item 92327690.
The action of phalloidin.
Wieland T, Faulstich H.
Curr Probl Clin Biochem. 1977;7:11-4. No abstract available.
PMID:923276Similar articles

Select item 56273191.
Structure of poisonous components of Amanita phalloides.
Faulstich H.
Curr Probl Clin Biochem. 1977;7:1-10. No abstract available.
PMID:562731Similar articles

Select item 97694392.
Protection of actin from heat denaturation by various phallotoxins.
de Vries JX, Schäfer AJ, Faulstich H, Wieland T.
Hoppe Seylers Z Physiol Chem. 1976 Aug;357(8):1139-43.
PMID:976943Similar articles

Select item 126976693.
Amatoxins in edible mushrooms.
Faulstich H, Cochet-Meilhac M.
FEBS Lett. 1976 Apr 15;64(1):73-5. No abstract available.
PMID:1269766Free ArticleSimilar articles

Select item 117577994.
Phalloidin counteracts the inhibitory effect of actin on deoxyribonuclease I.
Schäfer A, De Vries JX, Faulstich H, Wieland T.
FEBS Lett. 1975 Sep 1;57(1):51-4. No abstract available.
PMID:1175779Free ArticleSimilar articles

Select item 115766695.
[Letter: Amanita phalloides poisoning].
Faulstich H.
Dtsch Med Wochenschr. 1975 Aug 22;100(34):1714. German. No abstract available.
PMID:1157666Similar articles

Select item 117178496.
A radioimmunoassay for amanitin.
Faulstich H, Trischmann H, Zobeley S.
FEBS Lett. 1975 Aug 15;56(2):312-5. No abstract available.
PMID:1171784Free ArticleSimilar articles

Select item 119354397.
Cytolysis of red cells mediated by phallolysin, a toxin binding to N-acetylglucosamine on the cell surface.
Faulstich H, Weckauf M.
Hoppe Seylers Z Physiol Chem. 1975 Jul;356(7):1187-9. No abstract available.
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Spectroscopic evidence for the interaction of phalloidin with actin.
Wieland T, de Vries JX, Schäfer A, Faulstich H.
FEBS Lett. 1975 Jun 1;54(1):73-5. No abstract available.
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Isolation and toxicity of two cytolytic glycoproteins from Amanita phalloides mushrooms.
Faulstich H, Weckauf-Bloching M.
Hoppe Seylers Z Physiol Chem. 1974 Dec;355(12):1489-94. No abstract available.
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Mono- and bideuterated L-phenylalanines.
Faulstich H, Trischmann H.
Anal Biochem. 1974 Dec;62(2):615-7. No abstract available.
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Cytolytic properties of phallolysin.
Faulstich H, Zobeley S, Weckauf-Bloching M.
Hoppe Seylers Z Physiol Chem. 1974 Dec;355(12):1495-8. No abstract available.
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Alpha- and beta-galactosidases bound to nylon nets.
Faulstich H, Schäfer A, Weckauf-Bloching M.
FEBS Lett. 1974 Nov 15;48(2):226-9. No abstract available.
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A solid phase radioimmunoassay for urine aldosterone using antibodies linked to nylon nets.
Schäfer A, Faulstich H, Vecsei P, Hobler H.
FEBS Lett. 1974 Nov 15;48(2):230-4. No abstract available.
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Proceedings: Isolation and properties of two cytolytic glycoproteins from Amanita phalloides mushrooms.
Faulstich H.
Hoppe Seylers Z Physiol Chem. 1974 Oct;355(10):1191-2. No abstract available.
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Anatamanide protects hepatocytes from phalloidin destruction.
Faulstich H, Wieland T, Walli A, Birkmann K.
Hoppe Seylers Z Physiol Chem. 1974 Sep;355(9):1162-3. No abstract available.
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Syntheses of further analogues of norphalloin. Gly1-, L-val1- and D-Abu2-norphalloin and (beta-trideutero)-Ala5- norphalloin.
Heber H, Faulstich H, Wieland T.
Int J Pept Protein Res. 1974;6(6):381-9. No abstract available.
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Analysis of the toxins of amanitin-containing mushrooms.
Faulstich H, Georgopoulos D, Bloching M, Wieland T.
Z Naturforsch C. 1974 Jan-Feb;29(1):86-8. No abstract available.
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[Therapy of Amanita phalloides poisoning. Improvement of the prognosis due to interruption of the enterohepatic circulation (common bile duct drainage)].
Fauser U, Faulstich H.
Dtsch Med Wochenschr. 1973 Nov 23;98(47):2259. German. No abstract available.
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[Hemodialysis in Amanita phalloides poisoning. Serum levels and excretion of amanitine].
Faulstich H, Fauser U.
Dtsch Med Wochenschr. 1973 Nov 23;98(47):2258-9. German. No abstract available.
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Conformation and toxicity of amanitins.
Faulstich H, Bloching M, Zobeley S, Wieland T.
Experientia. 1973 Oct 15;29(10):1230-2. No abstract available.
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Toxicity of and inhibition of RNA polymerase by alpha-amanitin bound to macromolecules by an Azo linkage.
Faulstich H, Trischmann H.
Hoppe Seylers Z Physiol Chem. 1973 Oct-Nov;354(10-11):1395-8. No abstract available.
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Experimental and calculated conformational characteristics of the bicyclic heptapeptide phalloidin.
Patel DJ, Tonelli AE, Pfaender P, Faulstich H, Wieland T.
J Mol Biol. 1973 Sep 5;79(1):185-96. No abstract available.
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Conformations of the li-antamanide complex and na-[phe, val]antamanide complex in the crystalline state.
Karle IL, Karle J, Wieland T, Burgermeister W, Faulstich H, Witkop B.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1973 Jun;70(6):1836-40.
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Quantitative chromatographic analysis of toxins in single mushrooms of Amanita phalloides.
Faulstich H, Georgopoulos D, Bloching M.
J Chromatogr. 1973 May 16;79:257-65. No abstract available.
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[Syntheses of peptides. LIV. Syntheses of various norphalloin analogues].
Faulstich H, Nebelin E, Wieland T.
Justus Liebigs Ann Chem. 1973;1:50-8. German. No abstract available.
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[Syntheses of peptides. 53. Precursors for the synthesis of various norphalloin analogues].
Nebelin E, Faulstich H, Wieland T.
Justus Liebigs Ann Chem. 1973;1:45-9. German. No abstract available.
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In-vitro effect of phalloidin on plasma membrane preparation from rat liver.
Govindan VM, Faulstich H, Wieland T, Agostini B, Hasselbach W.
Naturwissenschaften. 1972 Nov;59(11):521-2. No abstract available.
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[Studies on antamanide. XIV. Mode of action].
Wieland T, Faulstich H, Jahn W, Govindan MV, Puchinger H, Kopitar Z, Schmaus H, Schmitz A.
Hoppe Seylers Z Physiol Chem. 1972 Aug;353(8):1337-45. German. No abstract available.
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Antamanide. Evidence for a conformational change and non planar amide groups.
Faulstich H, Burgermeister W, Wieland T.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 1972 Jun 9;47(5):975-83. No abstract available.
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Antamanide and analogs. Studies on selectivity and stability of complexes.
Wieland T, Faulstich H, Burgermeister W.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 1972 Jun 9;47(5):984-92. No abstract available.
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Relation of toxicity and conformation of phallotoxins as revealed by optical rotatory dispersion studies.
Faulstich H, Wieland T.
Eur J Biochem. 1971 Sep 13;22(1):79-86. No abstract available.
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Experimental and calculated conformational characteristics of the cyclic decapeptide antamanide.
Tonelli AE, Patel DJ, Goodman M, Naider F, Faulstich H, Wieland T.
Biochemistry. 1971 Aug 17;10(17):3211-7. No abstract available.
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[Synthesis of building blocks of norphalloin: allo-L-hydroxyprolyl-L-alanyl-L-tryptophyl-L-norvaline-methylester and of boc-L-alanyl-D-threonyl-L-cysteine].
Wieland T, Faulstich H, Fahrenholz F.
Justus Liebigs Ann Chem. 1971 Jan;743:77-82. German. No abstract available.
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[Components of the green deathcap toadstool, amanita phalloides. XLII. Peptide syntheses. 48. Synthesis of norphalloin and of a monocyclic compound with 18-membered ring].
Fahrenholz F, Faulstich H, Wieland T.
Justus Liebigs Ann Chem. 1971 Jan;743:83-94. German. No abstract available.
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Amanitin binding to calf thymus RNA polymerase B.
Meihlac M, Kedinger C, Chambon P, Faulstich H, Govindan MV, Wieland T.
FEBS Lett. 1970 Aug 31;9(5):258-260. No abstract available.
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Affinity of antamanide for sodium ions.
Wieland T, Faulstich H, Burgermeister W, Otting W, Möhle W, Shemyakin MM, Ovchinnikov YA, Ivanov VT, Malenkov GG.
FEBS Lett. 1970 Jul 29;9(2):89-92. No abstract available.
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Peptide syntheses, XLVI. Synthesis of peptides of gamma-hydroxyleucine.
Faulstich H, Trischmann H.
Justus Liebigs Ann Chem. 1970;741:55-63. German. No abstract available.
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[Optimization of the synthesis of indolyl-2-thioether from derivatives of tryptophane and cysteine].
Wieland T, Jochum C, Faulstich H.
Justus Liebigs Ann Chem. 1969;727:138-42. German. No abstract available.
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[Amanin and amanitine are sulfoxides].
Faulstich H, Wieland T.
Justus Liebigs Ann Chem. 1968;713:186-95. German. No abstract available.
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[Concerning peptide synthesis. Cyclisation with an improved anhydride method].
Wieland T, Faesel J, Faulstich H.
Justus Liebigs Ann Chem. 1968;713:201-8. German. No abstract available.
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Article · Feb 1968 · Annalen der Chemie und Pharmacie

T Wieland · J Faesel · H Faulstich
Article · Feb 1968 · Annalen der Chemie und Pharmacie

Theodor Wieland · Jürgen Faesel · Heinz Faulstich
Abstract: Die Einstufen-Cyclisierung mit Äthylkohlensurechlorid gelingt in Gegenwart von Pyridinhydrochlorid am Pentapeptid L-Trp-Gly-L-Leu-L-Ala-D-Thr (1a) mit ca. 30% und am Secoketophalloidin (1b) mit 15% d. Th., whrend ohne Zusatz von Pyridin-hydrochlorid nur 8 bzw. 6% d. Th. erzielt werden. Das Einstufenreagens Di-[2.4-dinitro-phenyl]-carbonat lßt aus dem Pentapeptid 1a 13.5% d. Th. an Cyclopeptid 3a entstehen.
Article · May 1968 · European Journal of Organic Chemistry

Heinz Faulstich · Theodor Wieland · Christian Jochum
Abstract: Aus UV-spektroskopischen Vergleichen mit zwei durch H2O2-Oxydation von Phalloidin erhaltenen Sulfoxiden (1b und 1c) und mit Skatyl-(2)-äthyl-sulfoxid (2b) folgt die Sulfoxid-Natur des Amanins (7e). Auch die Amanitine (7a, 7c, 7d) sind Sulfoxide. Das UV-Spektrum des Methyl-α-amanitins (7b) stimmt mit demjenigen von synthetisch erhaltenem [6-Methoxy-skatyl-(2)]-äthyl-sulfoxid (5b) überein.
Article · May 1968 · European Journal of Organic Chemistry

T Wieland · C Jochum · H Faulstich
Article · Feb 1969 · Annalen der Chemie und Pharmacie

Theodor Wieland · Christian Jochum · Heinz Faulstich
Abstract: Die Verknüpfung des Cystein-Schwefels mit der 2-Stellung des Tryptophan-indols zum Thioäther Tryptathionin (4), dem Chromophor der Phallotoxine, wird zu einer reproduzierbaren, ertragreichen Reaktion, wenn man ohne äußere Kühlung die Bildung des S-Chlorids aus dem Cystein-Derivat mit N-Chlor-succinimid in Eisessig unter kolorimetrischer Kontrolle vornimmt und zum Zeitpunkt der maximalen Extinktion das Tryptophan-Derivat zusetzt (Tab. 1).Optimization of the Synthesis of 2-Indole Thioethers…
Article · Oct 1969 · European Journal of Organic Chemistry

H. Faulstich · H. Trischmann · Th. Wieland
Article · Dec 1969 · Tetrahedron Letters

H Faulstich · H Trischmann
Article · Feb 1970 · Annalen der Chemie und Pharmacie

Th. Wieland · H Faulstich · W Burgermeister · W Otting · G G. Malenkov
Article · Aug 1970 · FEBS letters

M Meihlac · C Kedinger · P Chambon · H Faulstich · T Wieland
Article · Sep 1970 · FEBS letters

Heinz Faulstich · Heinrich Trischmann
Abstract: Dia Synthese von L-Tryptophyl-L–hydroxyleucyl-L-alanyl-D-threonin-methylester (6), einer Teilsequenz des Knollenbltterpilzgiftes Phalloin, welche wegen der anchimer erleichterten Peptid-Spaltung durch die -Hydroxyl-Gruppe mit besonderen Schwierigkeiten verbunden ist, gelingt wie folgt: Aus Z-DL-Hydroxy-leucinlation wird mit L-Alanin-Na in der Imidazol-Schmelze Z-DL–Hydroxyleucyl-L-alanin (4a) erhalten, das wegen seiner raschen Autolyse sofort mit Diazomethan zum bestndigeren 4b verestert…
Article · Nov 1970 · European Journal of Organic Chemistry

Theodor Wieland · Heinz Faulstich · Falk Fahrenholz
Abstract: Die im Titel genannten Peptid-Derivate 1 und 2 werden nach der Methode der gemischten Alkylkohlensäureanydride in befriedigenden Ausbeuten erhalten.Peptide Syntheses, XLVII1). Synthesis of Building Blocks of Norphalloin: allo-L-Hydroxyprolyl-L-alanyl-L-tryptophyl-L-norvaline-methylester and of Boc-L-alanyl-D-threonyl-L-cysteineThe peptide derivatives 1 und 2 mentioned in the title are prepared in rather good yields by use of the method of mixed carboxylic-carbonic anhydrides.
Article · Jan 1971 · European Journal of Organic Chemistry

Falk Fahrenholz · Heinz Faulstich · Theodor Wieland
Abstract: Durch Reaktion des Cystein-haltigen Boc-tripeptids 3 als S-Chlorid mit dem Tryptophan-haltigen Tetrapeptidester 2 wird der Heptapeptid-thioäther 4 erhalten. Cyclisierung an den ungeschützten Enden mittels der Anhydrid-Methode – die hier bisher optimal scheint – ergibt den Monocyclus 5 nur in 5 proz. Ausbeute. Nach Hydrolyse des Esters und Boc-Abspaltung gelingt der zum Norphalloin (1) führende Ringschluß mit der gleichen Methode zu > 25% d. Th. (Schema 1, S. 85). – Wenn bei der…
Article · Jan 1971 · European Journal of Organic Chemistry

HEINZ FAULSTICH · HEINRICH TRISCHMANN
Abstract: Die Synthese des Esters (IX), einer Teilsequenz des Knollenblätterpilzgiftes Phalloin gelingt wie folgt: Aus dem rac.-Lacton (I) wird mit dem Na-Salz (II) in der Imidazolschmelze bei 90°C das instabile Dipeptid (III) erhalten, das sofort mit Diazomethan (IV) in den Ester (Va) übergeführt wird.
Article · Jan 1971

F Fahrenholz · H Faulstich · T Wieland
Article · Feb 1971 · Annalen der Chemie und Pharmacie

T Wieland · H Faulstich · F Fahrenholz
Article · Feb 1971 · Annalen der Chemie und Pharmacie

FALK FAHRENHOLZ · HEINZ FAULSTICH · THEODOR WIELAND
Abstract: Der aus den beiden im vorstehenden Referat erwähnten Peptidderivaten über das Sulfenylchlorid dargestellte Thioäther (Ia) wird nach chromatographischer Reinigung unter Verwendung von Triäthylammoniumacetat durch eine erste Cyclisierung nach der Methode der gemischten Anhydride mit Alkylkohlensäure, anschließende Hydrolyse der Estergruppe und Boc-Abspaltung mit Trifluoressigsäure und eine zweite Cyclisierung nach der gleichen Methode in Norphalloin (II) übergeführt.
Article · Apr 1971

THEODOR WIELAND · HEINZ FAULSTICH · FALK FAHRENHOLZ
Article · Apr 1971

Heinz Faulstich · Theodor Wieland
Abstract: Natural variants and chemically modified derivatives of phalloidin have been found or prepared which show all degrees of toxicity. High toxicity persists if only three of the side chains are modified. Acetylation of two of the four OH groups of phalloidin leads to less toxic products, the triacetyl derivative is nontoxic. On tosylation toxicity disappeared after reaction of only two OH groups. Alkylation of the indole nitrogen leads to equally or less toxic (N-methy), -ethyl,…
Article · Oct 1971 · European Journal of Biochemistry
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  • ** Alpha-amanitin (AA), beta-amanitin (BA), gamma-amanitin (GA), epsilon-amanitin, amaninamide , amanin, and amanullin are some of the members of amatoxins group (Lindell et al., 1970). AA is also the first purified toxin and it can easily be obtained with high purity today (Faulstich et al., 1973; Kaya et al., 2012b), not only AA but also BA and GA is purified highly (Kaya et al., 2012cKaya et al., , 2013c) The protein synthesis stops in the cell when RNA polymerase II is blocked. AA, after oral intake, clinical toxicity is observed in liver and kidneys.

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  • ** The most poisonous mushroom toxins are produced by Amanita phalloides Phallotoxins are a group of bicyclic heptapeptides from poiso mushrooms. Phalloidin, binds to actin filaments much more tightly than to act in monomers[3]. The toxicity of the molecule is due to the sulfur atom in the indole ring and it is responsible for the acute gastroenteritis that occurs during the initial period of poisoning[4].

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  • ** The PC-12 cells were differentiated, fixed, and labeled with phalloidin-FITC. Phalloidin is a bicyclic polypeptide isolated from a poisonous species of mushroom and is known to label polymeric actin (F-actin) with very high specificity [42].Figure 2A shows the differentiated PC-12 cells, andFigure 2B shows the confocal and STED images of expanded views of interest inFigure 2A. The STED images show much improved resolution and more structural details.

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  • ** Obviously, the duration of toxin exposure of cells in culture is important, as indicated by MDCKII-OATP1B1 and MDCKII-OATP2B1 cells, which showed a significant loss of viability at low toxin concentrations, when incubated for 72 h (data not shown). In the past, the uptake of amanitin into rat hepatocytes was studied in much detail (Faulstich et al., 1974; Floersheim, 1971 Floersheim, , 1978 Jahn et al., 1980; Wieland and Faulstich, 1978). It was shown that this uptake can be inhibited by prednisolone phosphate, penicillin G, silibinin dihemisuccinate, and antamanide (Wieland and Faulstich, 1978).

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  • ** Alle sieben natürlichen Varianten der Phallotoxine (siehe Abbildung 1.5) sind bicyclische Heptapeptide (Wieland & Witkop, 1940) Die Phallotoxine bilden bei der Kristallisation sehr feine, Asbest-ähnliche Fasern, die für eine Röntgenstrukturanalyse ungeeignet sind. Die räumliche Struktur der Toxine wurde daher anhand von [ 1 H]-NMR-Spektroskopie, Energie-Minimierungs-Berechnungen (Patel et al., 1973) sowie mit Hilfe synthetischer Peptidstrukturen (Zanotti et al., 1978) bestimmt. Die Orientierung der 2-Indolyl-Thioetherbrücke im Molekül kann zwei Konfigurationen annehmen: positiv (P) helical oder negativ (M) helical (Abbildung 1.6 A).

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  • ** However, if it is consumed, phallolysin is destroyed by the stomach acids. Therefore it does not contribute to human ingestion poisonings (Faulstich et al., 1974Faulstich et al., , 1983).

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  • ** We have also previously shown that antennal nerve injury induces striking cytoskeletal remodeling, which requires activity of the protein phosphatase 4 (PP4) complex and likely also the Rho GTPase Rac1 in responding glia (Winfree et al., 2017). To determine how glial MMP-1 influences actin polymerization and cytoskeletal remodeling in response to axon injury, we stained control and glial MMP-1 RNAi brains with phalloidin-TRITC, which selectively binds filamentous actin (Wulf et al., 1979). These flies also expressed UAS-mCD8::GFP under the control of TIFR-Gal4 to visualize ensheathing glial membranes.

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  • ** To demonstrate the proposed methodology, we chose to analyze samples containing mushroom toxins of the Amanita family [12]. These toxins have been extensively studied during the past 70 years, and the mushrooms are known to produce more than 20 different cyclic peptide toxins, which can be grouped into amatoxins, phallotoxins and virotoxins, where a-amanitin and bamanitin are regarded as the most potent [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] [21] [22] [23]. The Amanita genus includes over 745 species and varieties, but only 9 are known to produce amatoxins [24].

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  • ** To determine the quality of the sample preparation, cell suspensions obtained by collagenase/dispase digestion were stained with phalloidin-FITC . Phalloidin binds to filamentous but not monomeric actin [Govindan et al., 1972] and all actin variants have been shown to bind phalloidin [Faulstich et al., 1988]. Quadriceps and soleus muscles showed a marked shift in the FL-1 (or FITC) channel compared to unstained controls (Figs 1c and 1d), indicating the presence of filamentous actin.

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  • ** The well known toxic Amanita phalloides was found lightly active against 3LL and inactive against L1210. This species contained about 0.05% of toxic cyclopeptides (Faulstich et al. 1976 ) e.g. aamanitin which inhibit L1210 cells isolated RNA polymerase II at a dose of 1 mg=ml (Maniglia et al. 1979).

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  • ** Poisoning by the toxin phalloidin from the Amanita phalloides mushroom (the "Green Death Cap") causes selective toxicity to liver parenchymal cells due to a selective carrier-mediated toxin uptake into hepatocytes [2][3][4]. In the liver, phalloidin provokes cholestasis by microfilament disturbances, i.e. by preventing F-actin from depolymerizing [5][6][7][8][9].

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  • ** Various types of wild mushrooms that grow in the forests and mountains in Korea are commonly consumed by the locals, especially as traditional and alternative medicines. Therefore, it is very important to discriminate between poisonous and nonpoisonous mushrooms, although previous experience and observation aid in their differentiation2. Recently, a case of fatal poisoning caused by Podostroma cornu-damae ingestion was reported in the Niigata prefecture in Japan3; however, such poisoning is extremely rare in Korea.

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  • ** Immunosuppressive activity has also been reported for A. phalloides cycloamanide A (VFFAGP) and B (SFFFPIP) ( Wieczorek et al. 1993). Less studied are the monocyclic virotoxins (cVTSPAW) from A. phalloides and Amanita virosa which bind to actin similar as the phallotoxins ( Faulstich et al. 1980;Vetter 1998; Hossain and Park 2016).

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