Journal Article (44)

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    Bochen, A.; Marelli, U. K.; Otto, E.; Pallarola, D.; Mas-Moruno, C.; Di Leva, F. S.; Boehm, H.; Spatz, J. P.; Novellino, E.; Kessler, H. et al.; Marinelli, L.: Biselectivity of isoDGR peptides for fibronectin binding integrin subtypes α5β1 and αvβ6: Conformational control through flanking amino acids. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 56, pp. 1509 - 1519 (2013)
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    Brüggemann, D.: Nanoporous aluminium oxide membranes as cell interfaces. Journal of Nanomaterials 2013, 460870 (2013)
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    Carisey, A.; Tsang, R.; Greiner, A. M.; Nijenhuis, N.; Heath, N.; Nazgiewicz, A.; Kemkemer, R.; Derby, B.; Spatz, J. P.; Ballestrem, C.: Vinculin regulates the recruitment and release of core focal adhesion proteins in a force-dependent manner. Current Biology 23, pp. 271 - 281 (2013)
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    Chakraborty, S.; Das, T.: Perspective: Flicking with flow: Can microfluidics revolutionize the cancer research? Biomicrofluidics 7, 011811 (2013)
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    Deeg, J.; Axmann, M.; Matic, J.; Liapis, A.; Depoil, D.; Afrose , J.; Curado, S.; Dustin, M. L.; Spatz, J. P.: T cell activation is determined by the number of presented antigens. Nano Letters 13 (11), pp. 5090 - 5097 (2013)
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    Elad, N.; Volberg, T.; Patla, I.; Hirschfeld-Warneken, V. C.; Grashoff, C.; Spatz, J. P.; Fässler, R.; Geiger, B.; Medalia, O.: The role of integrin-linked kinase in the molecular architecture of focal adhesions. Journal of Cell Science 126 (18), pp. 4099 - 4107 (2013)
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    Gadomska, K. M.; Lechner, S.; Spatz, J. P.: Gold-nanoparticle-decorated glass microspheres. Particle & Particle Systems Characterization 30 (11), pp. 940 - 944 (2013)
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    Geiger, F.; Eber, F. J.; Eiben, S.; Mueller, A.; Jeske, H.; Spatz, J. P.; Wege, C.: TMV nanorods with programmed longitudinal domains of differently addressable coat proteins. Nanoscale 5, pp. 3808 - 3016 (2013)
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    Gentile, F.; Medda, R.; Cheng, L.; Battista, E.; Scopelliti, P. E.; Milani, P.; Cavalcanti-Adam, E. A.; Decuzzi, P.: Selective modulation of cell response on engineered fractal silicon substrates. Scientific Reports 3, 1461 (2013)
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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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    Greiner, A. M.; Chen, H.; Spatz, J. P.; Kemkemer, R.: Cyclic tensile strain controls cell shape and directs actin stress fiber formation and focal adhesion alignment in spreading cells. PLoS One (2013)
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    Hagel, V.; Mateescu, M.; Southan, A.; Wegner, S. V.; Nuss, I.; Haraszti, T.; Kleinhans, C.; Schuh, C.; Spatz, J. P.; Kluger, P. J. et al.; Bach, M.; Tussetschläger, S.; Tovar, G. E.M.; Laschat, S.; Böhm, H.: Desmosine-Inspired Cross-Linkers for Hyaluronan Hydrogels. Scientific Reports 3, 2043 (2013)
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    Hagel, V.; Haraszti, T.; Böhm, H.: Diffusion and interaction in PEG-DA hydrogels. Biointerphases 8, 36 (2013)
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    Hartwich, T. M. P.; Subach, F. V.; Cooley, L.; Verkhusha, V. V.; Bewersdorf, J.: Determination oftwo-photon photoactivation rates offluorescent proteins. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 15 (36), pp. 14868 - 14872 (2013)
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    Hellmann, J. K.; Perschmann, N.; Spatz, J. P.; Frischknecht, F.: Tunable substrates unveil chemical complementation of a genetic cell migration defect. Advanced Healthcare Materials 2, pp. 1162 - 1169 (2013)
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    Huang, F.; Hartwich, T.; Rivera-Molina, F. E.; Lin, Y.; Duim, W.; Long, J. J.; Uchil, P. D.; Myers, J. R.; Baird, M. A.; Mothes, W. et al.; Davidson, M. W.; Toomre, D.; Bewersdorf, J.: Video-rate nanoscopy using sCMOS camera–specific single-molecule localization algorithms. Nature methods 10, pp. 653 - 658 (2013)
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    Juette, M. F.; Rivera-Molina, F. E.; Toomre, D. K.; Bewersdorf, J.: Adaptive optics enables three-dimensional single particle tracking at the sub-millisecond scale. Applied Physics Letters 102 (17), 173702 (2013)
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    Klein, K.; Rommel, C. E.; Hirschfeld-Warneken, V. C.; Spatz, J. P.: Cell membrane topology analysis by RICM enables marker-free adhesion strength quantification. Biointerphases 8, 28 (2013)
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    Klein, K.; Maier, T.; Hirschfeld-Warneken, V. C.; Spatz, J. P.: Marker-Free Phenotyping of Tumor Cells by Fractal Analysis of Reflection Interference Contrast Microscopy Images. Nano Letters 13 (11), pp. 5474 - 5479 (2013)
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    Kruss, S.; Erpenbeck, L.; Amschler, K.; Mundinger, T.; Böhm, H.; Helms, H.-J.; Friede, T.; Andrews, R.; Schön, M.; Spatz, J. P.: Adhesion Maturation of Neutrophils on Nanoscopically Presented Platelet Glycoprotein Ibα. ACS Nano 7 (11), pp. 9984 - 9996 (2013)
 
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