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Structure and equation-of-state of a disordered system of shape anisotropic patchy particles

Susanne Wagner & Gerhard Kahl (2019) Structure and equation-of-state of a disordered system of shape anisotropic patchy particles, Molecular Physics, DOI: 10.1080/00268976.2019.1592254

Screening of two-photon activated photodynamic therapy sensitizers using a 3D osteosarcoma model

A. Dobos, W. Steiger, D. Theiner, P. Gruber, M. Lunzer, J. Van Hoorick, S. Van Vlierberghe, A. Ovsianikov, "Screening of two-photon activated photodynamic therapy sensitizers using a 3D osteosarcoma model,”Analyst 2019, DOI 10.1039/c9an00068b

A fast and simple contact printing approach to generate 2D protein nanopatterns

Lindner M., Tresztenyak A., Fülöp G., Jahr W., Prinz A., Prinz I., Danzl J., Schütz G.*, Sevcsik E.* (2019) A fast and simple contact printing approach to generate 2D protein nanopatterns. Frontiers in Chemistry 6, 655. https://doi.org/10.3389/fchem.2018.00655

TCRs are randomly distributed on the plasma membrane of resting antigen-experienced T cells

Rossboth, B.; Arnold, A. M.; Ta, H.; Platzer, R.; Kellner, F.; Huppa, J. B.; Brameshuber, M.*; Baumgart, F.; Schütz, G. J.* "TCRs are randomly distributed on the plasma membrane of resting antigen-experienced T cells"; Nature Immunology 2018, 19 (8), 821-827. doi.org/10.1038/s41590-018-0162-7

What we talk about when we talk about nanoclusters

Baumgart, F.; Arnold, A. M.; Rossboth, B. K.; Brameshuber, M.*; Schütz, G. J.* "What we talk about when we talk about nanoclusters"; Methods and Applications in Fluorescence 2018, 7 (1), 013001. doi.org/10.1088/2050-6120/aaed0f

A micropatterning platform for quantifying interaction kinetics between the T cell receptor and an intracellular binding protein

Motsch V., Brameshuber B., Baumgart F., Schütz G.J.*, Sevcsik E.* (2019). A micropatterning platform for quantifying interaction kinetics between the T cell receptor and an intracellular binding protein. Scientific Reports 9, 3288. doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-39865-0

A structural reconsideration: Linear aliphatic or alicyclic hard segments for biodegradable thermoplastic polyurethanes?

Seidler, K.; Ehrmann, K.; Steinbauer, P.; Rohatschek, A*.; Andriotis, O. G.; Dworak, C.; Koch, T.; Bergmeister, H.; Grasl, C.; Schima, H.; J. Thurner, P*.; Liska, R.*; Baudis, S.* "A structural reconsideration: Linear aliphatic or alicyclic hard segments for biodegradable thermoplastic polyurethanes?"; Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry 2018, 56 (19), 2214-2224. https://doi.org/10.1002/pola.29190

A biocompatible diazosulfonate initiator for direct encapsulation of human stem cells via two-photon polymerization

M. Tromayer, A. Dobos*†, P. Gruber, A. Ajami, R. Dedic, A. Ovsianikov*, R. Liska*, “A biocompatible diazosulfonate initiator for direct encapsulation of human stem cells via two-photon polymerization,” Polym. Chem. 2018, 9, 3108. DOI: 10.1039/c8py00278a

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Determining the ultimate load of historic masonry arches by using eccentricity charts

Dunjic, V.; Rudisch, A.; Wittner, V.*; Malcher, B.; Kolbitsch, A. "Determining the ultimate load of historic masonry arches by using eccentricity charts"; Mauerwerk 2017, 21 (2), 90-101. doi.org/10.1002/dama.201700724