• Journal Papers
  1. Singh, M. K., Richter, S., Beckmann, H., Kientz, M., Stierhof, Y. D., Anders, N., Fassler, F., Nielsen, M., Knoll, C., Thomann, A., Franz-Wachtel, M., Macek, B., Skriver, K., Pimpl, P., Jurgens, G.(2018). A single class of ARF GTPase activated by several pathway-specific ARF-GEFs regulates essential membrane traffic in Arabidopsis. Plos Genetics
  2. Früholz, S., Fäßler, F., Kolukisaoglu, Ü., & Pimpl, P. (2018). Nanobody-triggered lockdown of VSRs reveals ligand reloading in the Golgi. Nature communications9(1), 643.
  3. Jürgens, G., & Pimpl, P. (2018, February). Plant membrane trafficking is coming of age. In Seminars in cell & developmental biology. Academic Press.
  4. Fäßler, F., & Pimpl, P. (2017). In Vivo Interaction Studies by Measuring Förster Resonance Energy Transfer Through Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Microscopy (FRET/FLIM). In Plant Protein Secretion(pp. 159-170). Humana Press, New York, NY.
  5. Früholz, S., & Pimpl, P. (2017). Analysis of Nanobody–Epitope Interactions in Living Cells via Quantitative Protein Transport Assays. In Plant Protein Secretion(pp. 171-182). Humana Press, New York, NY.
  6. Künzl, F., Früholz, S., Fäßler, F., Li, B., & Pimpl, P. (2016). Receptor-mediated sorting of soluble vacuolar proteins ends at the trans-Golgi network/early endosome. Nature plants2(4), 16017.
  7. Robinson, D. G., & Pimpl, P. (2014). Clathrin and post-Golgi trafficking: a very complicated issue. Trends in plant science19(3), 134-139.
  8. Robinson, D. G., & Pimpl, P. (2014). Receptor-mediated transport of vacuolar proteins: a critical analysis and a new model. Protoplasma251(1), 247-264.
  9. Shen, J., Zeng, Y., Zhuang, X., Sun, L., Yao, X., Pimpl, P., & Jiang, L. (2013). Organelle pH in the Arabidopsis endomembrane system. Molecular plant6(5), 1419-1437.
  10. Scheuring, D., Künzl, F., Viotti, C., Yan, M. S., Jiang, L., Schellmann, S., ... & Pimpl, P. (2012). Ubiquitin initiates sorting of Golgi and plasma membrane proteins into the vacuolar degradation pathway. BMC plant biology12(1), 164.
  11. Robinson, D. G., Pimpl, P., Scheuring, D., Stierhof, Y. D., Sturm, S., & Viotti, C. (2012). Trying to make sense of retromer. Trends in plant science17(7), 431-439.
  12. Scheuring, D., Viotti, C., Krüger, F., Künzl, F., Sturm, S., Bubeck, J., ... Pimpl, P & Schumacher, K. (2011). Multivesicular bodies mature from the trans-Golgi network/early endosome in Arabidopsis. The Plant Cell, tpc-111.
  13. Cai, Y., Jia, T., Lam, S. K., Ding, Y., Gao, C., San, M. W. Y., ... Pimpl, P & Jiang, L. (2011). Multiple cytosolic and transmembrane determinants are required for the trafficking of SCAMP1 via an ER–Golgi–TGN–PM pathway. The Plant Journal65(6), 882-896.
  14. Shahriari, M., Keshavaiah, C., Scheuring, D., Sabovljevic, A., Pimpl, P., Häusler, R. E., ... & Schellmann, S. (2010). The AAA‐type ATPase AtSKD1 contributes to vacuolar maintenance of Arabidopsis thaliana. The Plant Journal64(1), 71-85.
  15. Niemes, S., Scheuring, D., Krueger, F., Langhans, M., Jesenofsky, B., Robinson, D. G., & Pimpl, P. (2010). Sorting of plant vacuolar proteins is initiated in the ER. The Plant Journal62(4), 601-614.
  16. Niemes, S., Langhans, M., Viotti, C., Scheuring, D., San Wan Yan, M., Jiang, L., ... & Pimpl, P. (2010). Retromer recycles vacuolar sorting receptors from the trans‐Golgi network. The Plant Journal61(1), 107-121.
  17. Schellmann, S., & Pimpl, P. (2009). Coats of endosomal protein sorting: retromer and ESCRT. Current opinion in plant biology12(6), 670-676.
  18. Lam, S. K., Cai, Y., Tse, Y. C., Wang, J., Law, A. H. Y., Pimpl, P., ... & Jiang, L. (2009). BFA‐induced compartments from the Golgi apparatus and trans‐Golgi network/early endosome are distinct in plant cells. The Plant Journal60(5), 865-881.
  19. Langhans, M., Niemes, S., Pimpl, P., & Robinson, D. G. (2009). Oryzalin bodies: in addition to its anti-microtubule properties, the dinitroaniline herbicide oryzalin causes nodulation of the endoplasmic reticulum. Protoplasma236(1-4), 73-84.
  20. Langhans, M., Marcote, M. J., Pimpl, P., Virgili‐López, G., Robinson, D. G., & Aniento, F. (2008). In vivo trafficking and localization of p24 proteins in plant cells. Traffic9(5), 770-785.
  21. Pimpl, P., Taylor, J. P., Snowden, C., Hillmer, S., Robinson, D. G., & Denecke, J. (2006). Golgi-mediated vacuolar sorting of the endoplasmic reticulum chaperone BiP may play an active role in quality control within the secretory pathway. The Plant Cell18(1), 198-211.
  22. Pimpl, P., Hanton, S. L., Taylor, J. P., Pinto-daSilva, L. L., & Denecke, J. (2003). The GTPase ARF1p controls the sequence-specific vacuolar sorting route to the lytic vacuole. The Plant Cell15(5), 1242-1256.
  23. Pimpl, P., & Denecke, J. (2002). Protein-protein interactions in the secretory pathway, a growing demand for experimental approaches in vivo. Plant molecular biology50(6), 887-902.
  24. Ritzenthaler, C., Nebenführ, A., Movafeghi, A., Stussi-Garaud, C., Behnia, L., Pimpl, P., ... & Robinson, D. G. (2002). Reevaluation of the effects of brefeldin A on plant cells using tobacco Bright Yellow 2 cells expressing Golgi-targeted green fluorescent protein and COPI antisera. The Plant Cell14(1), 237-261.
  25. Törmäkangas, K., Hadlington, J. L., Pimpl, P., Hillmer, S., Brandizzi, F., Teeri, T. H., & Denecke, J. (2001). A vacuolar sorting domain may also influence the way in which proteins leave the endoplasmic reticulum. The plant cell13(9), 2021-2032.
  26. Phillipson, B. A., Pimpl, P., Pinto daSilva, L. L., Crofts, A. J., Taylor, J. P., Movafeghi, A., ... & Denecke, J. (2001). Secretory bulk flow of soluble proteins is efficient and COPII dependent. The Plant Cell13(9), 2005-2020.
  27. Pimpl, P., Movafeghi, A., Coughlan, S., Denecke, J., Hillmer, S., & Robinson, D. G. (2000). In situ localization and in vitro induction of plant COPI-coated vesicles. The Plant Cell12(11), 2219-2235.
  28. Pimpl, P., & Denecke, J. (2000). ER retention of soluble proteins: retrieval, retention, or both?. The Plant Cell12(9), 1517-1519.
  29. Movafeghi, A., Happel, N., Pimpl, P., Tai, G. H., & Robinson, D. G. (1999). Arabidopsis Sec21p and Sec23p homologs. Probable coat proteins of plant COP-coated vesicles. Plant Physiology119(4), 1437-1446.
  30. Robinson, D. G., Braulke, T., Denecke, J., Happel, N., Movafeghi, A., & Pimpl, P. (1998). New developments in plant coated vesicle research. In Progress in Botanical Research(pp. 399-405). Springer, Dordrecht.

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