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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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    Sugihara, K.; Rustom, A.; Spatz, J. P.: Freely drawn single lipid nanotube patterns. Soft Matter 11, pp. 2029 - 2035 (2015)
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    Ranzinger, J.; Rustom, A.; Schwenger, V.: Membrane nanotubes between peritoneal mesothelial cells: functional connectivity and crucial participation during inflammatory reactions. Frontiers in Physiology (2014)
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    Gerdes, H.-H.; Rustom, A.; Wang, X.: Tunneling nanotubes, an emerging intercellular communication route in development. Mechanisms of Development 130, pp. 381 - 387 (2013)
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    Ranzinger, J.; Rustom, A.; Heide, D.; Morath, C.; Schemmer, P.; Nawroth, P. P.; Zeier, M.; Schwenger, V.: The receptor for advanced glycation end-products (RAGE) plays a key role in the formation of nanotubes (NTs) between peritoneal mesothelial cells and in murine kidneys. Cell and Tissue Research 357, pp. 667 - 679 (2013)
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    Schneckenburger, M.; Kelsch, M.; van Aken, P. A.; Richter, G.; Spatz, J. P.; Rustom, A.: Cross-sectional characterization of electrodeposited, monocrystalline Au nanowires in parallel arrangement. Small 8 (22), pp. 3396 - 3399 (2012)
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    Abel, M. P.; Riese, S. R.; Schlicker, O.; Bukoreshtliev, N. V.; Gerdes, H.-H.; Spatz, J. P.; Rustom, A.: Microstructured platforms to study nanotube-mediated long-distance cell-to-cell connections. Biointerphases 6 (1), pp. 22 - 31 (2011)
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    Ranzinger, J.; Rustom, A.; Abel, M.; Leyh, J.; Kihm, L.; Witkowski, M.; Scheurich, P.; Zeier, M.; Schwenger, V.: Nanotube action between human mesothelial cells reveals novel aspects of inflammatory responses. PLoS ONE 6 (12), e29537 (2011)
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    Rustom, A.: Hen or egg? Some thoughts on tunneling nanotubes. Natural Genetic Engineering and Natural Genome Editing, pp. 129 - 136 (2009)
 
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