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Layer, Paul G. ; Ebert, C. ; Treskatis, S. ; Weikert, T. ; Willbold, Elmar
Quinn, D. M. (ed.) (1995):
Glycosylated inactive forms of chicken butyrylcholinesterases and their possible functions.
In: Enzymes of the cholinesterase family, pp. 427-434, New York, Plenum Publ. Corp, [Book Section]

Alber, R. ; Sporns, O. ; Weikert, T. ; Willbold, E. ; Layer, Paul G. (1994):
Cholinesterases and peanut agglutinin binding related to cell proliferation and axonal growth in embryonic chick limbs.
In: Anatomy and embryology, 190 (5), pp. 429-38. ISSN 0340-2061,

Weikert, T. ; Ebert, C. ; Rasched, I. ; Layer, Paul G. (1994):
Novel inactive and distinctively glycosylated forms of butyrylcholinesterase from chicken serum.
In: Journal of neurochemistry, 63 (1), pp. 318-25. ISSN 0022-3042,

Weikert, T. ; Rathjen, F. G. ; Layer, Paul G. (1994):
Use of ELISA to G4 antigen to quantitate neurite outgrowth in the chick both in vivo and in vitro.
In: Journal of neurochemistry, 62 (4), pp. 1570-7. ISSN 0022-3042,

Weikert, T. ; Layer, Paul G. (1994):
The carbohydrate epitope HNK-1 is present on all inactive, but not on all active forms of chicken butyrylcholinesterase.
In: Neuroscience letters, 176 (1), pp. 9-12. ISSN 0304-3940,

Layer, Paul G. ; Weikert, T. ; Alber, R. (1993):
Cholinesterases regulate neurite growth of chick nerve cells in vitro by means of a non-enzymatic mechanism.
In: Cell and tissue research, 273 (2), pp. 219-26. ISSN 0302-766X,

Layer, Paul G. ; Weikert, T. ; Willbold, E. (1992):
Chicken retinospheroids as developmental and pharmacological in vitro models: acetylcholinesterase is regulated by its own and by butyrylcholinesterase activity.
In: Cell and tissue research, 268 (3), pp. 409-18. ISSN 0302-766X,

Weikert, T. ; Rathjen, F. G. ; Layer, Paul G. (1990):
Developmental maps of acetylcholinesterase and G4-antigen of the early chicken brain: long-distance tracts originate from AChE-producing cell bodies.
In: Journal of neurobiology, 21 (3), pp. 482-98. ISSN 0022-3034,

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