Hendrik Dietz

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"Hendrik Dietz"
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Matthias Rief grad student 2004-2007 Technical University Munich, Germany (Physics Tree)
William M. Shih post-doc (Chemistry Tree)
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Schmid S, Stömmer P, Dietz H, et al. (2021) Nanopore electro-osmotic trap for the label-free study of single proteins and their conformations. Nature Nanotechnology
Stömmer P, Kiefer H, Kopperger E, et al. (2021) A synthetic tubular molecular transport system. Nature Communications. 12: 4393
Fragasso A, De Franceschi N, Stömmer P, et al. (2021) Reconstitution of Ultrawide DNA Origami Pores in Liposomes for Transmembrane Transport of Macromolecules. Acs Nano
Sigl C, Willner EM, Engelen W, et al. (2021) Programmable icosahedral shell system for virus trapping. Nature Materials
Zuraw-Weston SE, Siavashpouri M, Moustaka ME, et al. (2021) Membrane Remodeling by DNA Origami Nanorods: Experiments Exploring the Parameter Space for Vesicle Remodeling. Langmuir : the Acs Journal of Surfaces and Colloids
Bertosin E, Stömmer P, Feigl E, et al. (2021) Cryo-Electron Microscopy and Mass Analysis of Oligolysine-Coated DNA Nanostructures. Acs Nano
Engelen W, Dietz H. (2021) Advancing Biophysics Using DNA Origami. Annual Review of Biophysics
Kriebisch BAK, Jussupow A, Bergmann AM, et al. (2020) Reciprocal Coupling in Chemically Fueled Assembly: A Reaction Cycle Regulates Self-Assembly and Vice Versa. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Wu W, Cheng N, Black LW, et al. (2020) Biphasic Packing of DNA and Internal Proteins in Bacteriophage T4 Heads Revealed by Bubblegram Imaging. Viruses. 12
Franquelim HG, Dietz H, Schwille P. (2020) Reversible membrane deformations by straight DNA origami filaments. Soft Matter
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