Dirk Trauner, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2000-2008 Chemistry University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
 2008- Chemistry Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, München, Bayern, Germany 
Area:
Optochemcical Genetics, visual system, NMDA channels, glutamate receptors, ion channels, optogenetics
Website:
http://www.cup.uni-muenchen.de/oc/trauner/
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Pedigree: Mulzer - Huisgen - Wieland (Nobel)
http://www.cup.uni-muenchen.de/dept/ch/oc/trauner.php

Mean distance: 15.7 (cluster 11)
 
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Children

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Thomas J. Maimone research assistant UC Berkeley
Marc J. Adler research assistant 2002-2003 UC Berkeley
Ian B. Seiple research assistant 2004-2006 UC Berkeley
Vilius Franckevičius grad student Universität München
James Frank grad student University of Munich (Neurotree)
David B. Konrad grad student LMU Munich, Germany
Laura Laprell grad student LMU Munich (Neurotree)
Laura Laprell grad student 2012- (Neurotree)
Chambers Connor Hughes grad student 2004 UC Berkeley
Christopher Micah Beaudry grad student 2005 UC Berkeley
Stefan Nikolaus Gradl grad student 2005 UC Berkeley
Jeremiah Peter Malerich grad student 2006 UC Berkeley
Aubry K. Miller grad student 2001-2006 UC Berkeley
Jennifer Elizabeth Barbarow grad student 2007 UC Berkeley
Guangxin Liang grad student 2007 UC Berkeley
Jessica Hitchcock Harvey grad student 2008 UC Berkeley
Paul Andrew Roethle grad student 2008 UC Berkeley
Matthew Volgraf grad student 2008 UC Berkeley
Matthew R. Banghart grad student 2002-2008 UC Berkeley (Neurotree)
Jean-Philip Lumb grad student 2003-2008 UC Berkeley
Laura Ellen Beaulieu grad student 2009 UC Berkeley
Alfred Lloyd Bowie grad student 2009 UC Berkeley
Erica May Lauterwasser grad student 2009 UC Berkeley
Michael A. Kienzler grad student 2010 UC Berkeley
Vladimir Sofiyev grad student 2010 UC Berkeley
Yue Xu grad student 2010 UC Berkeley
Thomas James Kimbrough grad student 2011 UC Berkeley
Hong-Dong Hao post-doc 2014-2017 LMU München

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Jatin Nagpal collaborator (Neurotree)
James J. Chambers collaborator 2004-2006 UC Berkeley
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Morstein J, Hill RZ, Novak AJE, et al. (2019) Optical control of sphingosine-1-phosphate formation and function. Nature Chemical Biology
Kol M, Williams B, Toombs-Ruane H, et al. (2019) Optical manipulation of sphingolipid biosynthesis using photoswitchable ceramides. Elife. 8
Frank JA, Broichhagen J, Yushchenko DA, et al. (2018) Optical tools for understanding the complexity of β-cell signalling and insulin release. Nature Reviews. Endocrinology
Urban P, Pritzl SD, Konrad DB, et al. (2018) Light-Controlled Lipid Interaction and Membrane Organization in Photolipid Bilayer Vesicles. Langmuir : the Acs Journal of Surfaces and Colloids
Durand-de Cuttoli R, Mondoloni S, Marti F, et al. (2018) Manipulating midbrain dopamine neurons and reward-related behaviors with light-controllable nicotinic acetylcholine receptors. Elife. 7
Farrants H, Gutzeit VA, Acosta Ruiz A, et al. (2018) SNAP-tagged nanobodies enable reversible optical control of a G protein-coupled receptor via a remotely tethered photoswitchable ligand. Acs Chemical Biology
Fehrentz T, Huber FME, Hartrampf N, et al. (2018) Optical control of L-type Ca channels using a diltiazem photoswitch. Nature Chemical Biology
Leippe P, Winter N, Sumser M, et al. (2018) Optical Control of a Delayed Rectifier and a Two-Pore Potassium Channel with a Photoswitchable Bupivacaine. Acs Chemical Neuroscience
Berry MH, Holt A, Levitz J, et al. (2018) Author Correction: Restoration of patterned vision with an engineered photoactivatable G protein-coupled receptor. Nature Communications. 9: 1112
Podewin T, Ast J, Broichhagen J, et al. (2018) Conditional and Reversible Activation of Class A and B G Protein-Coupled Receptors Using Tethered Pharmacology. Acs Central Science. 4: 166-179
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