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Biophysics Researchers: Constant Calcium Uptake Causes Cancer in Cells

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[2017/Nov/28] Dr. Irene Frischauf and Dr. Rainer Schindl made the cover of Science Signaling with their publication: Calcium regulates many vitally important functions in the body - if the calcium balance is defective, diseases like cancer develop... ...  more of Biophysics Researchers: Constant Calcium Uptake Causes Cancer in Cells (Titel)

Noteworthy Publication in Angewandte Chemie

[2016/Nov/06] Publication in Angewandte Chemie: "Detailed Evidence for an Unparalleled Interaction Mode between Calmodulin and Orai Proteins" ...  more of Noteworthy Publication in Angewandte Chemie (Titel)

Victoria Lunz - Genuinely Passionate about Research

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[February 2017] Photo credited to OÖ Nachrichten ...  more of Victoria Lunz - Genuinely Passionate about Research (Titel)

Tuning membrane protein mobility by confinement into nanodomains

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[2016/11/16] In cooperation with Prof. Peter Pohl (Institute of Biophysics, JKU), lead CBL researchers DI Andreas Karner and Dr. Johannes Preiner have developed a platform to study membrane proteins. ...  more of Tuning membrane protein mobility by confinement into nanodomains (Titel)

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Digital signal processing in AFM topography and recognition imaging
Adamsmair, S., A. Ebner, P. Hinterdorfer, and B. Zagar.

A critical reassessment of penetratin translocation across lipid membranes

Barany-Wallje, E., S. Keller, S. Serowy, S. Geibel, P. Pohl, M. Bienert, and M. Dathe.
2005. Biophys. J. 89:2513-2521.

Single molecule recognition between cytochrome C 551 and gold-immobilized azurin by force spectroscopy
Bonanni, B., A. S. M. Kamruzzahan, A. R. Bizzarri, C. Rankl, H. J. Gruber, P. Hinterdorfer, and S. Cannistraro.
2005. Biophysical Journal 89:2783-2791

Localization of single Avidin-Biotin interactions using simultaneous topography and molecular recognition imaging

Ebner, A., F. Kienberger, G. Kada, C. M. Stroh, M. ger, A. S. M. Kamruzzahan, L. Wildling, W. T. Johnson, B. Ashcroft, J. Nelson, S. M. Lindsay, H. J. Gruber, and P. Hinterdorfer
2005. ChemPhysChem 6:897-900.

Na+ entry and modulation of Na+/Ca2+ exchange as a key mechanism of TRPC signaling
Eder, P., M. Poteser, C. Romanin, and K. Groschner.
2005. Pflugers Archiv European Journal of Physiology 451:99-104.

Non-exponential bleaching of single bioconjugated Cy5 molecules

Fuereder-Kitzmueller, J. Hesse, A. Ebner, H. J. Gruber, and G. J. tz.
2005. Chemical Physics Letters 404:13-18.

Membrane binding of beta2-glycoprotein I can be described by a two-state reaction model: an atomic force microscopy and surface plasmon resonance study
Gamsjaeger, R., A. Johs, A. Gries, H. J. Gruber, C. Romanin, R. Prassl, and P. Hinterdorfer.
2005. Biochem. J. 389:665-673.

(Coumarin-4-yl)methyl esters as highly efficient, ultrafast phototriggers for protons and their application to acidifying membrane surfaces

Geissler, D., Y. N. Antonenko, R. Schmidt, S. Keller, O. O. Krylova, B. Wiesner, J. Bendig, P. Pohl, and V. Hagen.
2005. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed Engl. 44:1195-1198.

Biocompatible micro-patterns on surface modified PTFE
Gumpenberger, T., J. Heitz, D. uerle, and C. Romanin.

Surface modification of polymers by UV-irradiation: Applications in micro- and biotechnology
Heitz, J., M. Olbrich, S. Moritz, C. Romanin, V. Svorcik, and D. uerle.
2005. 1-6.

Ultra-sensitive DNA detection on microarrays
Jacak, J., J. Hesse, C. Hesch, M. Kasper, F. Aberger, A. Frischauf, M. Sonnleitner, G. Freudenthaler, S. Howorka, and G. J. Schutz.
2005. 442-449.

Simultaneous topography and RECognition mapping with PicoTREC?: A powerful new technology that can be used to map nanometer-scale molecular binding sites on a variety of surfaces
Johnson, W. T., G. Kada, C. Stroh, H. Gruber, H. Wang, F. Kienberger, A. Ebner, S. Lindsay, and P. Hinterdorfer
2005. 679-682.

Single molecule studies of antibody-antigen interaction strength versus intra-molecular antigen stability
Kienberger, F., G. Kada, H. Mueller, and P. Hinterdorfer.
2005. Journal of Molecular Biology 347:597-606.

Visualization of single receptor molecules bound to human rhinovirus under physiological conditions

Kienberger, F., C. Rankl, V. Pastushenko, R. Zhu, D. Blaas, and P. Hinterdorfer.
2005. Structure 13:1247-1253.

Cell microarrays on photochemically modified polytetrafluoroethylene

Mikulikova, R., S. Moritz, T. Gumpenberger, M. Olbrich, C. Romanin, L. Bacakova, V. Svorcik, and J. Heitz.
2005. Biomaterials 26:5572-5580.

Thinning out clusters while conserving stoichiometry of labeling
Moertelmaier, M., M. Brameshuber, M. Linimeier, G. J. Schutz, and H. Stockinger.
2005. Applied Physics Letters 87:1-3.

Direct measurement of protein energy landscape roughness
Nevo, R., V. Brumfeld, R. Kapon, P. Hinterdorfer, and Z. Reich.
2005.EMBO Reports 6:482-486.

Nanopatterning of biomolecules with microscale beads
Pammer, P., R. Schlapak, M. Sonnleitner, A. Ebner, R. Zhu, P. Hinterdorfer, O. glinger, H. Schindler, and S. Howorka.
2005. ChemPhysChem 6:900-903.

Detection of HSP60 on the membrane surface of stressed human endothelial cells by atomic force and confocal microscopy

Pfister, G., C. M. Stroh, H. Perschinka, M. Kind, M. Knoflach, P. Hinterdorfer, and G. Wick.
2005. Journal of Cell Science 118:1587-1594.

Structure and distribution of the Bacillus thuringiensis Cry4Ba toxin in lipid membranes

Puntheeranurak, T., C. Stroh, R. Zhu, C. Angsuthanasombat, and P. Hinterdorfer.
2005. Ultramicroscopy 105:115-124.

Proton exclusion by an aquaglyceroprotein: a voltage clamp study

Saparov, S. M., S. P. Tsunoda, and P. Pohl.
2005. Biol. Cell 97:545-550.

High-throughput scanning with single-molecule sensitivity
Sonnleitner, M., G. Freudenthaler, J. Hesse, and G. J. Schutz.
2005. 202-210.

Directed assembly of Au nanoparticles onto planar surfaces via multiple hydrogen bonds
Zirbs, R., F. Kienberger, P. Hinterdorfer, and W. H. Binder.
2005. Langmuir 21:8414-8421.