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Quantifying Molecular Dynamics within Complex Cellular Morphologies using LLSM-FRAP.

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Colin-York H. et al, (2022), Small Methods

Mechanobiological control of T-cell activation

Conference paper

Colin-York H. et al, (2022), BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL, 121, 319A - 319A

SFCS provides a window to bio-molecular organization

Conference paper

Schneider F. et al, (2022), BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL, 121, 466A - 467A

Quantifying cell-generated forces: Poisson's ratio matters.

Journal article

Javanmardi Y. et al, (2021), Communications physics, 4, 237 - 237

Extended mechanical force measurements using structured illumination microscopy.

Journal article

Korobchevskaya K. et al, (2021), Philos Trans A Math Phys Eng Sci, 379

Astigmatic traction force microscopy (aTFM).

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Li D. et al, (2021), Nat Commun, 12

Two-dimensional TIRF-SIM-traction force microscopy (2D TIRF-SIM-TFM).

Journal article

Barbieri L. et al, (2021), Nat Commun, 12

Quantitative Methodologies to Dissect Immune Cell Mechanobiology.

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Pfannenstill V. et al, (2021), Cells, 10

Thinking multi-scale to advance mechanobiology.

Journal article

Fritzsche M., (2020), Communications biology, 3, 469 - 469

Author Correction: Cellular census of human fibrosis defines functionally distinct stromal cell types and states.

Journal article

Layton TB. et al, (2020), Nature communications, 11, 3275 - 3275

Cellular census of human fibrosis defines functionally distinct stromal cell types and states

Journal article

Layton TB. et al, (2020), Nature Communications, 11

Single cell force profiling of human myofibroblasts reveals a biophysical spectrum of cell states

Journal article

Layton TB. et al, (2020), Biology Open, bio.049809 - bio.049809

Self-Maintaining CD103+ Cancer-Specific T Cells Are Highly Energetic with Rapid Cytotoxic and Effector Responses.

Journal article

Abd Hamid M. et al, (2020), Cancer Immunol Res, 8, 203 - 216

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