Zeitschriftenartikel (414)

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    Göpfrich, K.; Platzman, I.; Spatz, J. P.: Mastering Complexity: Towards Bottom-up Construction of Multifunctional Eukaryotic Synthetic Cells. Trends in Biotechnology, S. 1 - 14 (2018)
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    Martins Lima, A.; Wegner, S.; Martins Cavaco, A. C.; Estevao-Costa, M. I.; Sanz-Soler, R.; Niland, S.; Nosov, G.; Klingauf, J.; Spatz, J. P.; Eble, J.: The spatial molecular pattern of integrin recognition sites and their immobilization to colloidal nanobeads determine α2β1 integrin-dependent platelet activation. Biomaterials (2018)
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    Shelton, E.; Serwane, F.; Campàs, O.: Geometrical characterization of fluorescently labelled surfaces from noisy 3D microscopy data. Journal of Microscopy 269 (3), S. 259 - 268 (2018)
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    Muthinja, J. M.; Ripp, J.; Krüger, T.; Imle, A.; Haraszti, T.; Fackler, O.; Spatz, J. P.; Engstler, M.; Frischknecht, F.: Tailored environments to study motile cells and pathogens. Cellular Microbiology (2018)
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    Malik-Sheriff, R. S.; Imtiaz, S.; Grecco, H. E.; Zamir, E.: Diverse patterns of molecular changes in the mechano-responsiveness of focal adhesions. Scientific Reports (2018)
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    Juniper, M.; Weiss, M.; Platzman, I.; Spatz, J. P.; Surrey, T.: Spherical network contraction forms microtubule asters in confinement. Soft Matter 14 (6), S. 901 - 909 (2018)
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    Holle, A. W.; Young, J. L.; Van Vliet, K. J.; Kamm, R. D.; Discher, D.; Janmey, P.; Spatz, J. P.; Saif, T.: Cell–extracellular matrix mechanobiology: forceful tools and emerging needs for basic and translational research. Nano Letters 18 (1), S. 1 - 8 (2018)
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    Weiss, M.; Frohnmayer, J. P.; Benk, L. T.; Haller, B.; Janiesch, J.-W.; Heitkamp, T.; Börsch, M.; Lira, R. B.; Dimova, R.; Lipowsky, R. et al.; Bodenschatz, E.; Baret, J.-C.; Vidakovic-Koch, T.; Sundmacher, K.; Platzman, I.; Spatz, J. P.: Sequential bottom-up assembly of mechanically stabilized synthetic cells by microfluidics. Nature Materials 17, S. 89 - 96 (2018)
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    Weiss, M.; Frohnmayer, J. P.; Benk, L. T.; Haller, B.; Janiesch, J.-W.; Heitkamp, T.; Börsch, M.; Lira, R. B.; Dimova, R.; Lipowsky, R. et al.; Bodenschatz, E.; Baret, J.-C.; Vidaković-Koch, T.; Sundmacher, K.; Platzman, I.; Spatz, J. P.: Sequential bottom-up assembly of mechanically stabilized synthetic cells by microfluidics. Nature Materials 17, S. 89 - 96 (2018)
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    Oria, R.; Wiegand, T.; Escribano, J.; Elosegui-Artola, A.; Uriarte, J. J.; Moreno-Pulido, C.; Platzman, I.; Delcanale, P.; Albertazzi, L.; Navajas, D. et al.; Trepat, X.; García-Aznar, J. M.; Cavalcanti-Adam, E. A.; Roca-Cusachs, P.: Force loading explains spatial sensing of ligands by cells. Nature 552, S. 219 - 224 (2017)
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    Deschout, H.; Platzman, I.; Sage, D.; Feletti, L.; Spatz, J. P.; Radenovic, A.: Investigating focal adhesion substructures by localization microscopy. Biophysical Journal 113 (11), S. 2508 - 2518 (2017)
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    Zamir, E.; Frey, C.; Weiss, M.; Antona, S.; Frohnmayer, J. P.; Janiesch, J.-W.; Platzman, I.; Spatz, J. P.: Reconceptualizing fluorescence correlation spectroscopy for monitoring and analyzing periodically passing objects. Analytical Chemistry 89 (21), S. 11672 - 11678 (2017)
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    Bohaumilitzky, L.; Huber, A.-K.; Stork, E.-M.; Wengert, S.; Woelfl, F.; Böhm, H.: A trickster in disguise: Hyaluronan’s ambivalent roles in the matrix. Frontiers in Oncology (2017)
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    Chen, W.; Diao, Z.; Dirks, J.-H.; Geiger, F.; Spatz, J. P.: Enhanced optical transmittance by reduced reflectance of curved polymer surfaces. Macromolecular Materials and Engineering (2017)
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    Hegger, P.; Kupka, J.; Baykal Minsky, B.; Schädel, N.; Petri, N.; Laschat, S.; Böhm, H.: Charge matters: modulating secondary interactions in hyaluronan hydrogels. ChemistrySelect 2 (25), S. 7701 - 7705 (2017)
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    Deng, J.; Zhao, C.; Spatz, J. P.; Wei, Q.: Nanopatterned adhesive, stretchable hydrogel to control ligand spacing and regulate cell spreading and migration. ACS Nano 11 (8), S. 8282 - 8291 (2017)
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    Missirlis, D.; Haraszti, T.; Kessler, H.; Spatz, J.: Fibronectin promotes directional persistence in fibroblast migration through interactions with both its cell-binding and heparin-binding domains. Scientific Reports (2017)
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    Sales, A.; Holle, A. W.; Kemkemer, R.: Initial contact guidance during cell spreading is contractility-independent. Soft Matter (2017)
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    Majer, G.; Southan, A.: Adenosine triphosphate diffusion through poly(ethylene glycol) diacrylate hydrogels can be tuned by cross-link density as measured by PFG-NMR. The Journal of Chemical Physics (2017)
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    Hadden, W. J.; Young, J. L.; Holle, A. W.; McFetridge, M.; Kim, D. Y.; Wijesinghe, P.; Taylor-Weiner, H.; Wen, J. H.; Lee, A. R.; Bieback, K. et al.; Vo, B.-N.; Sampson, D.; Kennedy, B. F.; Spatz, J. P.; Engler, A. J.; Choi, Y. S.: Stem cell migration and mechanotransduction on linear stiffness gradient hydrogels. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 114 (22), S. 5647 - 5652 (2017)
 
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