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Publications of the ITG - 2014


  1. Bright coppertunities: efficient OLED devices with copper(I)iodide-NHetPHOS-emitters.
    Wallesch, M.; Volz, D.; Fléchon, C.; Zink, D. M.; Bräse, S.; Baumann, T.
    2014. Organic Light Emitting Materials and Devices XVIII, San Diego, California, United States, 17 - 20 August 2014. Ed.: F. So, 918309, SPIE, Bellingham (WA). doi:10.1117/12.2060499
  2. Functional development of the circadian clock in the zebrafish pineal gland.
    Ben-Moshe, Z.; Foulkes, N. S.; Gothilf, Y.
    2014. BioMed Research International, 2014, 235781. doi:10.1155/2014/235781
  3. Molecular basis for the fold organization and sarcomeric targeting of the muscle atrogin muRF1.
    Franke, B.; Gasch, A.; Rodriguez, D.; Chami, M.; Khan, M. M.; Rudolf, R.; Bibby, J.; Hanashima, A.; Bogomolovas, J.; Von Castelmur, E.; Rigden, D. J.; Uson, I.; Labeit, S.; Mayans, O.
    2014. Open Biology, 4 (MARCH), 130172/1-12. doi:10.1098/rsob.130172
  4. Genomic and phenotypic characterization of a wild medaka population: Towards the establishment of an isogenic population genetic resource in fish.
    Spivakov, M.; Auer, T. O.; Peravali, R.; Dunham, I.; Dolle, D.; Fujiyama, A.; Toyoda, A.; Aizu, T.; Minakuchi, Y.; Loosli, F.; Naruse, K.; Birney, E.; Wittbrodt, J.
    2014. G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics, 4 (3), 433-445. doi:10.1534/g3.113.008722
  5. The light-induced transcriptome of the zebrafish pineal gland reveals complex regulation of the circadian clockwork by light.
    Ben-Moshe, Z.; Alon, S.; Mracek, P.; Faigenbloom, L.; Tovin, A.; Vatine, G. D.; Eisenberg, E.; Foulkes, N. S.; Gothilf, Y.
    2014. Nucleic Acids Research, 42 (6), 3750-3767. doi:10.1093/nar/gkt1359
  6. Impacts of different exposure scenarios on transcript abundances in Danio rerio embryos when investigating the toxicological burden of riverine sediments.
    Bluhm, K.; Otte, J. C.; Yang, L.; Zinsmeister, C.; Legradi, J.; Keiter, S.; Kosmehl, T.; Braunbeck, T.; Strähle, U.; Hollert, H.
    2014. PLoS ONE, 9 (9), e106523. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0106523
  7. In vitro interaction of colloidal nanoparticles with mammalian cells: What have we learned thus far?.
    Nazarenus, M.; Zhang, Q.; Soliman, M. G.; del Pino, P.; Pelaz, B.; Carregal-Romero, S.; Rejman, J.; Rothen-Rutishauser, B.; Clift, M. J. D.; Zellner, R.; Nienhaus, G. U.; Delehanty, J. B.; Medintz, I. L.; Parak, W. J.
    2014. Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology, 5 (1), 1477-1490. doi:10.3762/bjnano.5.161
  8. Autophagy Impairment in Muscle Induces Neuromuscular Junction Degeneration and Precocious Aging.
    Carnio, S.; LoVerso, F.; Baraibar, M. A.; Longa, E.; Khan, M. M.; Maffei, M.; Reischl, M.; Canepari, M.; Loefler, S.; Kern, H.; Blaauw, B.; Friguet, B.; Bottinelli, R.; Rudolf, R.; Sandri, M.
    2014. Cell Reports, 8 (5), 1509-1521. doi:10.1016/j.celrep.2014.07.061
  9. Nanoparticle interactions with live cells: Quantitative fluorescence microscopy of nanoparticle size effects.
    Shang, L.; Nienhaus, K.; Jiang, X.; Yang, L.; Landfester, K.; Mailaender, V.; Simmet, T.; Nienhaus, G. U.
    2014. Beilstein journal of nanotechnology, 5, 2388-2397. doi:10.3762/bjnano.5.248
  10. (Meth)acrylic monomers with heteroatom-containing ester side chains: A systematic PLP-SEC and polymerization study.
    Haehnel, A. P.; Stach, M.; Chovancová, A.; Rueb, J. M.; Delaittre, G.; Misske, A. M.; Lacík, I.; Barner-Kowollik, C.
    2014. Polymer Chemistry, 5 (3), 862-873. doi:10.1039/c3py00948c
  11. Silica nanoparticles are less toxic to human lung cells when deposited at the air-liquid interface compared to conventional submerged exposure.
    Panas, A.; Comouth, A.; Saathoff, H.; Leisner, T.; Al-Rawi, M.; Simon, M.; Seemann, G.; Dössel, O.; Mülhopt, S.; Paur, H.-R.; Fritsch-Decker, S.; Weiss, C.; Diabaté, S.
    2014. Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology, 5 (1), 1590-1602. doi:10.3762/bjnano.5.171
  12. Bright Coppertunities: Multinuclear CuI Complexes with N-P Ligands and Their Applications.
    Wallesch, M.; Volz, D.; Zink, D. M.; Schepers, U.; Nieger, M.; Baumann, T.; Bräse, S.
    2014. Chemistry - a european journal, 20 (22), 6578-6590. doi:10.1002/chem.201402060
  13. Double trouble - the art of synthesis of chiral dimeric natural products.
    Wezeman, T.; Masters, K.-S.; Bräse, S.
    2014. Angewandte Chemie - International edition, 53 (18), 4524-4526. doi:10.1002/anie.201402384
  14. Azides - Diazonium Ions - Triazenes: Versatile Nitrogen-rich Functional Groups.
    Kölmel, D. K.; Jung, N.; Bräse, S.
    2014. Australian journal of chemistry, 67 (3), 328-336. doi:10.1071/CH13533
  15. Tetrahedral organic molecules as components in supramolecular architectures and in covalent assemblies, networks and polymers.
    Muller, T.; Bräse, S.
    2014. RSC ADVANCES, 4 (14), 6886-6907. doi:10.1039/C3RA46951D
  16. Coregulator Control of Androgen Receptor Action by a Novel Nuclear Receptor-Binding Motif.
    Jehle, K.; Cato, L.; Neeb, A.; Muhle-Goll, C.; Jung, N.; Smith, E. W.; Buzon, V.; Carbo, L. R.; Estebanez-Perpina, E.; Schmitz, K.; Fruk, L.; Luy, B.; Chen, Y.; Cox, M. B.; Bräse, S.; Brown, M.; Cato, A. C. B.
    2014. Journal of biological chemistry, 289 (13), 8839-8851. doi:10.1074/jbc.M113.534859
  17. Synthesis and On-Demand Gelation of Multifunctional Poly(ethylene glycol)-Based Polymers.
    Sokolovskaya, E.; Barner, L.; Bräse, S.; Lahann, J.
    2014. Macromolecular rapid communications, 35 (8), 780-786. doi:10.1002/marc.201300909
  18. Naphthoquinone Diels-Alder Reactions: Approaches to the ABC Ring System of Beticolin.
    Kramer, C. S.; Nieger, M.; Bräse, S.
    2014. European journal of organic chemistry, 2014 (10), 2150-2159. doi:10.1002/ejoc.201301763
  19. Azaporphine guest-host complexes in solution and gas-phase: evidence for partially filled nanoprisms and exchange reactions.
    Weis, P.; Schwarz, U.; Hennrich, F.; Wagner, D.; Bräse, S.; Kappes, M.
    2014. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 16 (13), 6225-6232. doi:10.1039/C3CP55486D
  20. Asymmetric organocatalytic synthesis of 4{,}6-bis(1H-indole-3-yl)-piperidine-2 carboxylates.
    Zhong, S.; Nieger, M.; Bihlmeier, A.; Shi, M.; Bräse, S.
    2014. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry, 12 (20), 3265-3270. doi:10.1039/C4OB00234B
  21. Switchable fluorescence by click reaction of a novel azidocarbazole dye.
    Hörner, A.; Volz, D.; Hagendorn, T.; Furniss, D.; Greb, L.; Ronicke, F.; Nieger, M.; Schepers, U.; Bräse, S.
    2014. RSC Advances, 4 (23), 11528-11534. doi:10.1039/C3RA47964A
  22. Direct three-dimensional imaging of polymer-water interfaces by nanoscale hard X-ray phase tomography.
    Cheng, Y.; Suhonen, H.; Helfen, L.; Li, J.; Xu, F.; Grunze, M.; Levkin, P. A.; Baumbach, T.
    2014. Soft Matter, 10 (17), 2982-2990. doi:10.1039/C3SM52604F
  23. Pax6 regulates the formation of the habenular nuclei by controlling the temporospatial expression of Shh in the diencephalon in vertebrates.
    Chatterjee, M.; Guo, Q.; Weber, S.; Scholpp, S.; Li, J. Y. H.
    2014. BMC Biology, 12, 13. doi:10.1186/1741-7007-12-13
  24. Metastasis: imaging shows the way.
    Augustin, H.; Sleeman, J. P.
    2014. Cancer Imaging, 14 (Suppl. 1), O19. doi:10.1186/1470-7330-14-S1-O19
  25. A Route to Cyclooct-2-ynol and Its Functionalization by Mitsunobu Chemistry.
    Hagendorn, T.; Bräse, S.
    2014. European journal of organic chemistry, (6), 1280-1286. doi:10.1002/ejoc.201301375
  26. Reactions of resin-bound triazenes with dithianylium tetrafluoroborates: efficient synthesis of alpha-azo ketene dithioacetals and related hydrazones.
    Jung, N.; Stanek, B.; Gräßle, S.; Nieger, M.; Bräse, S.
    2014. Organic letters, 16 (4), 1112-1115. doi:10.1021/ol4037133
  27. Solid-Supported Odorless Reagents for the Dithioacetalization of Aldehydes and Ketones.
    Jung, N.; Grässle, S.; Lütjohann, D. S.; Bräse, S.
    2014. Organic letters, 16 (4), 1036-1039. doi:10.1021/ol403313h
  28. Tetrakis-(4-thiyphenyl)methane: Origin of a Reversible 3D-Homopolymer.
    Monnereau, L.; Nieger, M.; Muller, T.; Bräse, S.
    2014. Advanced functional materials, 24 (8), 1054-1058. doi:10.1002/adfm.201302483
  29. Synthesis of Tritium Labelled and Photoactivatable N-Acyl-L-homoserine Lactones: Inter-Kingdom Signalling Molecules.
    Jakubczyk, D.; Gerald Brenner-Weiss, G.; Bräse, S.
    2014. European journal of organic chemistry, (3), 592-597. doi:10.1002/ejoc.201300800
  30. Highly efficient photoluminescent Cu(I)-PyrPHOS-metallopolymers.
    Volz, D.; Hirschbiel, A. F.; Zink, D. M.; Friedrichs, J.; Nieger, M.; Baumann, T.; Bräse, S.; Barner-Kowollik, C.
    2014. Journal of materials chemistry / C, 2 (8), 1457-1462. doi:10.1039/C3TC32347A
  31. Fabrication of Highly Uniform Gel Coatings by the Conversion of Surface-Anchored Metal–Organic Frameworks.
    Tsotsalas, M.; Liu, J.; Tettmann, B.; Grosjean, S.; Shahnas, A.; Wang, Z.; Azucena, C.; Addicoat, M.; Heine, T.; Lahann, J.; Overhage, J.; Bräse, S.; Gliemann, H.; Wöll, C.
    2014. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 136 (1), 8-11. doi:10.1021/ja409205s
  32. Multi-field X-ray microscope based on array of refractive lenses.
    Nazmov, V.; Mohr, J.; Vogt, H.; Simon, R.; Diabate, S.
    2014. Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, 24, 075005/1-9. doi:10.1088/0960-1317/24/7/075005
  33. Tyrosine phosphorylation and regulation of Wnt co-receptor LRP6. PhD dissertation.
    Chen, Q.
    2014. Dissertation, Universität Heidelberg 2014
  34. Regulation of p53 and Mdm2 by the tripartite-motif-protein 25. PhD dissertation.
    Zhang, P.
    2014. Dissertation, Universität Heidelberg 2014
  35. he Shh-Gli code regulates diencephalic development in the mouse: New rules. PhD dissertation.
    Tovolli, H. R.
    2014. Dissertation, Universität Heidelberg 2014
  36. Role of MuRF1 and autophagosaomal machinery in degradation oft acetylcholine receptors upon skeletal muscle atrophy. PhD dissertation.
    Khan, M. M.
    2014. Dissertation, Universität Heidelberg 2014
  37. p53 and p73 in neurogenesis of the adult zebrafish Danio rerio. PhD dissertation.
    Eich, J.
    2014. Dissertation, Universität Heidelberg 2014
  38. Insights from genetic models of melanoma in fish.
    Anelli, V.; Zettler, N.; Mione, M.
    2014. Current Pathobiology Reports, 2, 85-92. doi:10.1007/s40139-014-0043-1
  39. Cross-coupling of organyl halides with alkenes The Heck reaction.
    Bräse, S.; de Meijere, A.
    2014. de Meijere, A. [Hrsg.] Metal-Catalyzed Cross-Coupling Reactions and More Weinheim : Wiley-VCH, 2014, 533-663
  40. Analysis of the conformation of the androgen receptor in spinal bulbar muscular atrophy by atomic force microscopy.
    Jochum, T.; Cato, A. C. B.
    2014. Castoria, G. [Hrsg.] Steoid Receptors : Methods and Protocols New York, N.Y. : Springer Science and Business Media, 2014 (Methods in Molecular Biology ; 1204), 197-204
  41. Metal-catalyzed cross-coupling reactions and more.
    de Meijere, A.; Bräse, S.; Oestreich, M.
    2014. Weinheim : Wiley-VCH, 2014
  42. Das Internet der Dinge erobert das chemische Forschungslabor.
    Lütjohann, D.; Jung, N.; Tremouilhac, P.; Bräse, S.
    2014. GIT Fachzeitschrift für das Laboratorium, (10), 22
  43. Surface patterning via thiol-Yne click chemistry: An extremely fast and versatile approach to superhydrophilic-superhxdrophobic micropatterns.
    Feng, W.; Li, L.; Ueda, E.; Li, J.; Heißler, S.; Welle, A.; Trapp, O.; Levkin, P. A.
    2014. Advanced Materials Interfaces, 1 (7), 1400269/1-6. doi:10.1002/admi.201400269
  44. Knockout of extracytoplasmic function sigma factor ECF-10 affects stress resistance and biofilm formation in Pseudomonas putida KT2440.
    Tettmann, B.; Dötsch, A.; Armant, O.; Fjell, C. D.; Overhage, J.
    2014. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 80, 4911-4919. doi:10.1128/AEM.01291-14
  45. Differential responsiveness of distinct retinal domains to Atoh7.
    Sinn, R.; Peravali, R.; Heermann, S.; Wittbrodt, J.
    2014. Mechanisms of Development, 133, 218-229. doi:10.1016/j.mod.2014.08.002
  46. Sugars in the microenvironment: the sticky problem of HA turnover in tumors.
    Schmaus, A.; Bauer, J.; Sleeman, J. P.
    2014. Cancer and Metastasis Reviews, 33, 1059-1079. doi:10.1007/s10555-014-9532-2
  47. Labile or stable: Can homoleptic and heteroleptic pyrphos-copper complexes be processed from solution?.
    Volz, D.; Wallesch, M.; Grage, S. L.; Göttlicher, J.; Steininger, R.; Batchelor, D.; Vitova, T.; Ulrich, A. S.; Heske, C.; Weinhardt, L.; Baumann, T.; Bräse, S.
    2014. Inorganic Chemistry, 53, 7837-7847. doi:10.1021/ic500135m
  48. Manufactured nanomaterials: categorization and approaches to hazard assessment.
    Gebel, T.; Foth, H.; Damm, G.; Freyberger, A.; Kramer, P. J.; Lilienblum, W.; Röhl, C.; Schupp, T.; Weiss, C.; Wollin, K. M.; Hengstler, J. G.
    2014. Archives of Toxicology, 88, 2191-2211. doi:10.1007/s00204-014-1383-7
  49. Accumulation of small hyaluronan oligosaccharides in tumour interstitial fluid correlates with lymphatic invasion and lymph node metastasis.
    Schmaus, A.; Klusmeier, S.; Rothley, M.; Dimmler, A.; Sipos, B.; Faller, G.; Thiele, W.; Allgayer, H.; Hohenberger, P.; Post, S.; Sleeman, J. P.
    2014. The British journal of cancer, 111, 559-567. doi:10.1038/bjc.2014.332
  50. Cross-correlation based detection of nanoparticles in SEM images from sedimentation cell experiments.
    Simon, M.; Wülfers, E. M.; Tavernier, A.; Fritsch-Decker, S.; Müller, E.; Seiter, J.; Weiss, C.; Dössel, O.; Gerthsen, D.; Seemann, G.
    2014. Biomedizinische Technik / Biomedical Engineering, 59 (Suppl.1), S510-S513
  51. Preparation of freestanding conjugated microporous polymer nanomembranes for gas separation.
    Lindemann, P.; Tsotsalas, M. M.; Shishatskiy, S.; Abetz, V.; Krolla-Sidenstein, P.; Azucena, C. A.; Monnereau, L.; Beyer, A.; Gölzhäuser, A.; Mugnaini, V.; Gliemann, H.; Braese, S.; Wöll, C.
    2014. Chemistry of Materials, 26, 7189-7193. doi:10.1021/cm503924h
  52. Wnt signaling at the membrane.
    Davidson, G.; Niehrs, C.
    2014. Hoppler, S.P. [Hrsg.] Wnt Signaling in Development and Disease : Molecular Mechanisms and Biological Functions Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley-Blackwell, 2014, 15-32
  53. Splice variant transcripts of the anterior gradient 2 gene as a marker of prostate cancer.
    Neeb, A.; Hefele, S.; Bormann, S.; Parson, W.; Adams, F.; Wolf, P.; Miernik, A.; Schoenthaler, M.; Kroenig, M.; Wilhelm, K.; Schultze-Seemann, W.; Nestel, S.; Schaefer, G.; Bu, H.; Klocker, H.; Nazarenko, I.; Cato, A. C. B.
    2014. OncoTarget, 5 (18), 8681-8689. doi:10.18632/oncotarget.2365
  54. A mild method for eliminating alkyl ethers to alkenes.
    Lindner, S.; Bräse, S.
    2014. RSC Advances, 4, 29439-29442. doi:10.1039/C4RA03785E
  55. Total synthesis of blennolide mycotoxins: design, synthetic routes and completion.
    Meister, A. C.; Encinas, A.; Sahin, H.; Singer, E. M. C.; Nising, C. F.; Nieger, M.; Bräse, S.
    2014. European Journal of Organic Chemistry, (22), 4861-4875. doi:10.1002/ejoc.201402083
  56. Electrophilic cyclization of aryldiacetylenes in the synthesis of functionalized enediynes fused to a heterocyclic core.
    Danilkina, N. A.; Kulyashova, A. E.; Khlebnikov, A. F.; Bräse, S.; Balova, I. A.
    2014. Journal of Organic Chemistry, 79, 9018-9045. doi:10.1021/jo501396s
  57. Tetramerization-defects of p53 result in aberrant ubiquitylation nd transcriptional activity.
    Lang, V.; Pallara, C.; Zabala, A.; Lobato-Gil, S.; Lopitz-Otsoa, F.; Farras, R.; Hjerpe, R.; Torres-Ramos, M.; Zabaleta, L.; Blattner, C.; Hay, R. T.; Barrio, R.; Carracedo, A.; Fernandez-Recio, J.; Rodriguez, M. S.; Aillet, F.
    2014. Molecular oncology, 8, 1026-1042. doi:10.1016/j.molonc.2014.04.002
  58. Silver-mediated perfluoroalkylation reactions.
    Hafner, A.; Jung, N.; Bräse, S.
    2014. Synthesis, 46, 1440-1447. doi:10.1055/s-0033-1341223
  59. Preparation of aromatic triazenes and their application in silver-mediated perfluoroalkylation reactions.
    Hafner, A.; Hussal, C.; Bräse, S.
    2014. Synthesis, 46, 1448-1454. doi:10.1055/s-0033-1341249
  60. Effect of lighting conditions on zebrafish growth and development.
    Villamizar, N.; Vera, L. M.; Foulkes, N. S.; Sanchez-Vazquez, F. J.
    2014. Zebrafish, 11, 173-181. doi:10.1089/zeb.2013.0926
  61. Proteome dynamics in neutrophils of adult zebrafish upon chemically-induced inflammation.
    Singh, S. K.; Aravamudhan, S.; Armant, O.; Krüger, M.; Grabher, C.
    2014. Fish and Shellfish Immunolgy, 40 (1), 217-224. doi:10.1016/j.fsi.2014.06.035
  62. Origami magnetic cellulose: Controlled magnetic fraction and patterning of flexible bacterial cellulose.
    Zeng, M.; Laromaine, A.; Feng, W.; Levkin, P. A.; Roig, A.
    2014. Journal of Materials Chemistry C, 2, 6312-6318. doi:10.1039/C4TC00787E
  63. Oncogene-induced reactive oxygen species fuel hyperproliferation and DNA damage response activation.
    Ogrunc, M.; Di Micco, R.; Liontos, M.; Bombardelli, L.; Mione, M.; Fumagalli, M.; Gorgoulis, V. G.; D'Adda di Fagagna, F.
    2014. Cell Death and Differentiation, 21, 998-1012. doi:10.1038/cdd.2014.16
  64. A strategy for grouping of nanomaterials based on key physico-chemical descriptors as a basis for safer-by-design NMs.
    Lynch, I.; Weiss, C.; Valsami-Jones, E.
    2014. Nano Today, 9, 266-270. doi:10.1016/j.nantod.2014.05.001
  65. Hexaphenyl-p-xylene: A rigid pseudo-octahedral core at the service of three-dimensional porous frameworks.
    Schade, A.; Monnereau, L.; Muller, T.; Bräse, S.
    2014. ChemPlusChem, 79, 1176-1182. doi:10.1002/cplu.201402093
  66. Dendrimer-type peptoid-decorated hexaphenylxylenes and tetraphenylmethanes: Synthesis and structure in solution and in the gas phase.
    Peschko, K.; Schade, A.; Vollrath, S. B. L.; Schwarz, U.; Luy, B.; Muhle-Goll, C.; Weis, P.; Bräse, S.
    2014. Chemistry - A European Journal, 20, 16273-16278. doi:10.1002/chem.201404024
  67. Conversion of substrate analogs suggests a Michael cyclization in iridoid biosynthesis.
    Lindner, S.; Geu-Flores, F.; Bräse, S.; Sherden, N. H.; O'Connor, S. E.
    2014. Chemistry & biology, 21, 1452-1456. doi:10.1016/j.chembiol.2014.09.010
  68. In vitro fluorescence and phototoxicity of β-SnWO₄ nanoparticles.
    Ungelenk, J.; Seidl, C.; Zittel, E.; Roming, S.; Schepers, U.; Feldmann, C.
    2014. Chemical Communications, 50, 6600-6603. doi:10.1039/C4CC00308J
  69. Cytotoxicity and NMR studies of platinum complexes with cyclooctadiene ligands.
    Enders, M.; Görling, B.; Braun, A. B.; Seltenreich, J. E.; Reichenbach, L. F.; Rissanen, K.; Nieger, M.; Luy, B.; Schepers, U.; Bräse, S.
    2014. Organometallics, 33, 4027-4034. doi:10.1021/om500540x
  70. Tyrosine phosphorylation of LRP6 by Src and Fer inhibits Wnt/β-catenin signaling.
    Chen, Q.; Su, Y.; Wesslowski, J.; Hagemann, A. I.; Ramialison, M.; Wittbrodt, J.; Scholpp, S.; Davidson, G.
    2014. EMBO Reports, 15, 1254-1267. doi:10.15252/embr.201439644
  71. Mechanistic investigation of interactions between steroidal saponin digitonin and cell membrane models.
    Frenkel, N.; Makky, A.; Sudji, I. R.; Wink, M.; Tanaka, M.
    2014. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 8, 14632-14639. doi:10.1021/jp5074939
  72. The contribution of CD44v6 and CD44v7 to the crosstalk between hematopoietic stem cells and the bone marrow niche. PhD dissertation.
    Thirupathi, P.
    2014. Karlsruhe
  73. High precision, electrochemical detection of reversible binding of recombinant proteins on wide bandgap GaN electrodes functionalized with biomembrane models.
    Frenkel, N.; Wallys, J.; Lippert, S.; Teubert, J.; Kaufmann, S.; Das, A.; Monroy, E.; Eickhoff, M.; Tanaka, M.
    2014. Advanced Functional Materials, 24, 4927-4934. doi:10.1002/adfm.201400388
  74. UV-triggered dopamine polymerization: Control of polymerization, surface coating, and photopatterning.
    Du, X.; Li, L.; Li, J.; Yang, C.; Frenkel, N.; Welle, A.; Heissler, S.; Nefedov, A.; Grunze, M.; Levkin, P. A.
    2014. Advanced materials, 26, 8029-8033. doi:10.1002/adma.201403709
  75. CD44 is a multidomain signaling platform that integrates extracellular matrix cues with growth factor and cytokine signals.
    Orian-Rousseau, V.; Sleeman, J.
    2014. Advances in Cancer Research, 123, 231-254. doi:10.1016/B978-0-12-800092-2.00009-5
  76. Control of steroid receptor dynamics and function by genomic actions of the cochaperones p23 and Bag-1L.
    Cato, L.; Neeb, A.; Brown, M.; Cato, A. C. B.
    2014. Nuclear Receptor Signaling, 12, e005/1-15. doi:10.1621/nrs.12005
  77. Description of embryonic development of Spotted Green Pufferfish (Tetraodon nigroviridis).
    Zaucker, A.; Bodur, T.; Roest Crollius, H.; Hadzhiev, Y.; Gehrig, J.; Loosli, F.; Watson, C.; Müller, F.
    2014. Zebrafish, 11 (6), 509-517. doi:10.1089/zeb.2014.0984
  78. Development of the prethalamus is crucial for thalamocortical projection formation and is regulated by Olig2.
    Ono, K.; Clavairoly, A.; Nomura, T.; Gotoh, H.; Uno, A.; armant, O.; Takebayashi, H.; Zhang, Q.; Shimamura, K.; Itohara, S.; Parras, C. M.; Ikenaka, K.
    2014. Development, 141, 2075-2084. doi:10.1242/dev.097790
  79. Antibacterial activity of sulfamethoxazole transformation products (TPs): General relevance for sulfonamide TPs modified at the para-position.
    Majewsky, M.; Wagner, D.; Delay, M.; Braese, S.; Yargeau, V.; Horn, H.
    2014. Chemical research in toxicology, 27 (10), 1821-1828. doi:10.1021/tx500267x
  80. Direct access to dithiobenzonate RAFT agent fragmenting rate coefficients by ESR spin-trapping.
    Ranieri, K.; Delaittre, G.; Barner-Kowollik, C.; Junkers, T.
    2014. Macromolecular Rapid Communications, 35, 2023-2028. doi:10.1002/marc.201400518
  81. In vivo analysis of formation and endocytosis of the Wnt/β-catenin signaling complex in zebrafish embryos.
    Hagemann, A. I. H.; Kurz, J.; Kauffeld, S.; Chen, Q.; Reeves, P. M.; Weber, S.; Schindler, S.; Davidson, G.; Kirchhausen, T.; Scholpp, S.
    2014. Journal of Cell Science, 127, 3970-3982. doi:10.1242/jcs.148767
  82. Fluorescent polymers from non-fluorescent photoreactive monomers.
    Mueller, J. O.; Voll, D.; Schmidt, F. G.; Delaittre, G.; Barner-Kowollik, C.
    2014. Chemical communications, 50 (99), 15681-15684. doi:10.1039/C4CC07792J
  83. Multimodal image segmentation of cellular fragmentation using edge detector and morphological operators.
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    2014. Karlsruhe
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