Miklos Kellermayer

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Semmelweis Egyetem, Hungary 
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Neuroscience Biology
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Kretzer B, Kiss B, Tordai H, et al. (2020) Single-Molecule Mechanics in Ligand Concentration Gradient. Micromachines. 11
Feller T, Hársfalvi J, Csányi C, et al. (2018) Plasmin-driven fibrinolysis in a quasi-two-dimensional nanoscale fibrin matrix. Journal of Structural Biology
Palmisano MG, Bremner SN, Hornberger TA, et al. (2015) Skeletal muscle intermediate filaments form a stress-transmitting and stress-signaling network. Journal of Cell Science. 128: 219-24
Kiss B, Kellermayer MS. (2014) Stretching desmin filaments with receding meniscus reveals large axial tensile strength. Journal of Structural Biology. 186: 472-80
Feller T, Kellermayer MS, Kiss B. (2014) Nano-thrombelastography of fibrin during blood plasma clotting. Journal of Structural Biology. 186: 462-71
Kiss B, Gyires K, Kellermayer M, et al. (2013) Lateral gradients significantly enhance static magnetic field-induced inhibition of pain responses in mice--a double blind experimental study. Bioelectromagnetics. 34: 385-96
Kovács GL, Ludány A, Koszegi T, et al. (2011) Graduate and postgraduate state university education of laboratory specialists in Hungary: medical doctors, pharmacists and laboratory analysts. Biochemia Medica. 21: 22-9
Kiss B, Röhlich P, Kellermayer MS. (2011) Structure and elasticity of desmin protofibrils explored with scanning force microscopy. Journal of Molecular Recognition : Jmr. 24: 1095-104
Karsai A, Kellermayer MS, Harris SP. (2011) Mechanical unfolding of cardiac myosin binding protein-C by atomic force microscopy. Biophysical Journal. 101: 1968-77
Meyer GA, Kiss B, Ward SR, et al. (2010) Theoretical predictions of the effects of force transmission by desmin on intersarcomere dynamics. Biophysical Journal. 98: 258-66
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