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Postdoc Position

peter hegemann peter.hegemann at biologie.uni-regensburg.de
Tue Sep 28 08:13:35 EST 2004

Dear All, we have available a


in biophysics / electrophysiology
molecular Biophysics, HU-Berlin

We are offering the position to an enthusiastic person interested in studying properties of light-gated ion channels (Channelrhodopsins), rhodopsins with attached enzymatic activities (Enzymerhodopsins) and proton-activated channels from Chlamydomonas reinhardtii.
Experience in electrical methods and protein expression in Xenopus oocytes, HEK cells etc. would be welcome.

Ehlenbeck, S., Gradmann, D., Braun, F.-J., and Hegemann, P. (2001) Evidence for a light-induced H+-conductance in the eye of the green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. Biophys. J. 82,740-751.
Nagel, G., Ollig, D., Fuhrmann, M., Kateriya, S., Musti, A.-M., Bamberg, E., Hegemann, P. (2002) Channelopsin-1, a light-gated proton channel in green algae. Science 296, 2395 - 2398.
Nagel, G., Szellas, T., Huhn, W., Kateriya, S., Adeishvilli, N., Berthold, P., Ollig, D., Hegemann, P. Bamberg, E. (2003) Channelopsin-2, a light-gated cation channel in green algae. Proc. Natl. Sci USA 100 (24), 13940 – 13945.
Kateriya, S., Nagel, G., Bamberg, E., Hegemann, P. (2004) „Vision“ in single celled algae, News Phys. Sci. 19, 133-137.

cooperation partners
PD Dr. Georg Nagel, MPI for Biophysics, Frankfurt, Germany
Lynne Quarmby, Ph.D. Simon Fraser University, B.C., Canada




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