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    Gazea, M.; Tasouri, E.; Tolve, M.; Bosch, V.; Kabanova, A.; Gojak, C.; Kurtulmus, B.; Novikov, O.; Spatz, J. P.; Pereira, G. et al.; Hübner, W.; Brodski, C.; Tucker, K. L.; Blaess, S.: Primary cilia are critical for Sonic hedgehog-mediated dopaminergic neurogenesis in the embryonic midbrain. Developmental Biology 409, S. 55 - 71 (2016)
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    Guasch, J.; Diemer, J.; Riahinezhad, H.; Neubauer, S.; Kessler, H.; Spatz, J. P.: Synthesis of Binary Nanopatterns on Hydrogels for Initiating Cellular Responses. Chemistry of Materials 28 (6), S. 1806 - 1815 (2016)
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    Holle, A. W.; Young, J. L.; Spatz, J. P.: In vitro cancer cell–ECM interactions inform in vivo cancer treatment. Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews 97, S. 270 - 279 (2016)
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    Jahn, S.; Lechner, S.; Freichels, H.; Möller, M.; Spatz, J. P.: Precise AuxPt1-x alloy nanoparticle array of tunable composition for catalytic applications. Scientific Reports (2016)
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    Lussier, F.; Brulé, T.; Vishwakarma, M.; Das, T.; Spatz, J. P.; Masson, J.-F.: Dynamic-SERS Optophysiology: A Nanosensor for Monitoring Cell Secretion Events. Nano Letters 16 (6), S. 3866 - 3871 (2016)
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    Missirlis, D.; Haraszti, T.; Scheele, C.; Wiegand, T.; Diaz, C.; Neubauer, S.; Rechenmacher, F.; Kessler, H.; Spatz, J. P.: Substrate engagement of integrins α5β1 and αvβ3 is necessary, but not sufficient, for high directional persistence in migration on fibronectin. Scientific Reports (2016)
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    Quadt, K.; Streichfuss, M.; Moreau, C. A.; Spatz, J.; Frischknecht, F.: Coupling of Retrograde Flow to Force Production During Malaria Parasite Migration. ACS Nano 10 (2), S. 2091 - 2102 (2016)
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    Schaufler, V.; Czichos-Medda, H.; Hirschfeld-Warneken, V. C.; Neubauer, S.; Rechenmacher, F.; Medda, R.; Kessler, H.; Geiger, B.; Spatz, J. P.; Cavalcanti-Adam, E. A.: Selective binding and lateral clustering of α5β1 and αvβ3 integrins: Unraveling the spatial requirements for cell spreading and focal adhesion assembly. Cell Adhesion & Migration 10 (5), S. 505 - 515 (2016)
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    Staufer, O.; Weber, S.; Bengtson, C. P.; Bading, H.; Spatz, J. P.; Rustom, A.: Functional fusion of living systems with synthetic electrode interfaces. Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology (2016)
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    Vayalamkuzhi, P.; Bhattacharya, S.; Eigenthaler, U.; Keskinbora, K.; Salman, C. T.; Hirscher, M.; Spatz, J. P.; Viswanathan, N. K.: Direct patterning of vortex generators on a fiber tip using a focused ion beam. Optics Letters 41 (10), S. 2133 - 2136 (2016)
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    Vyas, V. S.; Vishwakarma, M.; Moudrakovski, I.; Haase, F.; Savasci, G.; Ochsenfeld, C.; Spatz, J. P.; Lotsch, B. V.: Exploiting Noncovalent Interactions in an Imine-Based Covalent Organic Framework for Quercetin Delivery. Advanced Materials 28 (39), S. 8749 - 8754 (2016)
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    Wegner, S.; Schenk, F. C.; Spatz, J. P.: Cobalt(III) mediated permanent and stable immobilization of His-tagged proteins on NTA functionalized surfaces. Chemistry – A European Journal 22 (9), S. 3156 - 3162 (2016)
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    Wegner, S.; Schenk, F. C.; Witzel, S.; Bialas, F.; Spatz, J. P.: Cobalt Cross-Linked Redox-Responsive PEG Hydrogels: From Viscoelastic Liquids to Elastic Solids. Macromolecules 49 (11), S. 4229 - 4235 (2016)
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    Young, J. L.; Holle, A. W.; Spatz, J. P.: Nanoscale and mechanical properties of the physiological cell–ECM microenvironment. Experimental Cell Research 343 (1), S. 3 - 6 (2016)
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    Cavalcanti-Adam, E. A.; Spatz, J. P.: Receptor clustering control and associated force sensing by surface patterning: when force matters. Nanomedicine 10 (5), S. 681 - 684 (2015)
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    Das, T.; Safferling, K.; Rausch, S.; Grabe, N.; Böhm, H.; Spatz, J. P.: A molecular mechanotransduction pathway regulates collective migration of epithelial cells. Nature Cell Biology 17, S. 276 - 287 (2015)
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    Frohnmayer, J.; Brüggemann, D.; Eberhard, C.; Neubauer, S.; Mollenhauer, C.; Böhm, H.; Kessler, H.; Geiger, B.; Spatz, J. P.: Minimal synthetic cells to study integrin-mediated adhesion. Angewandte Chemie, International Edition in English 54, S. 12472 - 12478 (2015)
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    Greiner, A. M.; Biela, S. A.; Chen, H.; Spatz, J. P.; Kemkemer, R.: Temporal responses of human endothelial and smooth muscle cells exposed to uniaxial cyclic tensile strain. Experimental Biology and Medicine 240 (10), S. 1298 - 1309 (2015)
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    Guasch, J.; Conings, B.; Neubauer, S.; Rechenmacher, F.; Ende, K.; Rolli, C. G.; Kappel, C.; Schaufler, V.; Micoulet, A.; Kessler, H. et al.; Boyen, H.-G.; Cavalcanti-Adam, E. A.; Spatz, J. P.: Segregation Versus Colocalization: Orthogonally Functionalized Binary Micropatterned Substrates Regulate the Molecular Distribution in Focal Adhesions. Advanced Materials 27, S. 3737 - 3747 (2015)
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    Janiesch, J.-W.; Weiss, M.; Kannenberg, G.; Hannabuss, J.; Surrey, T.; Platzman, I.; Spatz, J. P.: Key factors for stable retention of fluorophores and labeled bio-molecules in droplet-based microfluidics. Analytical Chemistry 87 (4), S. 2063 - 2067 (2015)
 
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