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Junne, T. and Schwede, T. and Goder, V. and Spiess, M.. (2007) Mutations in the Sec61p channel affecting signal sequence recognition and membrane protein topology. Journal of biological chemistry, Vol. 282, H. 45. pp. 33201-33209.

Junne, T. and Schwede, T. and Goder, V. and Spiess, M.. (2006) The plug domain of yeast Sec61p is important for efficient protein translocation, but is not essential for cell viability. Molecular Biology of the Cell, 17 (9). pp. 4063-4068.

Goder, V. and Junne, T. and Spiess, M.. (2004) Sec61p contributes to signal sequence orientation according to the positive-inside rule. Molecular Biology of the Cell, 15 (3). pp. 1470-1478.

Goder, V. and Spiess, M.. (2003) Molecular mechanism of signal sequence orientation in the endoplasmic reticulum. The EMBO journal, Vol. 22, H. 14. pp. 3645-3653.

Goder, V. and Spiess, M.. (2001) Topogenesis of membrane proteins : determinants and dynamics. FEBS letters, Vol. 504, H. 3. pp. 87-93.

Goder, V. and Crottet, P. and Spiess, M.. (2000) In vivo kinetics of protein targeting to the endoplasmic reticulum determined by site-specific phosphorylation. The EMBO journal, Vol. 19, H. 24. pp. 6704-6712.

Rosch, K. and Naeher, D. and Laird, V. and Goder, V. and Spiess, M.. (2000) The topogenic contribution of uncharged amino acids on signal sequence orientation in the endoplasmic reticulum. Journal of biological chemistry, Vol. 275 , no. 20. pp. 14916-14922.

Goder, V. and Bieri, C. and Spiess, M.. (1999) Glycosylation can influence topogenesis of membrane proteins and reveals dynamic reorientation of nascent polypeptides within the translocon. The Journal of cell biology, Vol. 147, H. 2. pp. 257-266.

Goder, V. and Spiess, M.. (1999) Topogenesis. In: Encyclopedia of molecular biology, Vol. 4. New York, pp. 2561-2567.

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