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Raphael Pachlatko (2017)
Femtosecond Time Resolution in FM-AFM by Incorporation of a Ultrafast Pulsed Laser System

Patrick Lattner (2018)
Structural Analysis of Mitochondria in the Context of Parkinson’s Disease

Nicolas Devantay (2012)
Precrystallization screen of Na+/Ca2+ exchangers from thermophilic Organisms

Gordian Born (2017)   
Dissection of cis-regulatory elements in the apterous gene of Drosophila melanogaster

Fabian Züger (2017)
Novel approach to use insoluble collagen type I for electrospinning of nanofibers and their characterization

Luca Rima (2016)
High Speed Atomic Force Microscopy (HS-AFM): Direct Visualization of The Outer Membrane Phospholipase A (OMPLA) Activity

Benjamin Bellon (2015)
In vitro Evaluation of the Relevant Properties of Different Bone Graft Materials

Jan Burri (2015)
Development of a Microfluidic System for Separation, Aggregation and Nanocrystallization of Effector Proteins

Benjamin Banusch (2013)
Biophysical Studies of the Effect of MreB Mutants on Cell Stiffness in Escherischia Coli

Adrian Najer (2011)
Heparin-Polymerosome Conjugates to fool Plasmodium Merozite

Ludovit Pavel Zweifel (2011)
The Mechanics of Recombination Disentangled by Dual Molecule Measurements

Andreas Trüssel (2010)
The Influence of Substrate Elasticity on Adhesion and Phenotype of Re-differentiating Human Articular Chondrocytes

Sonja Schmid (2010)
The effect of Phosphorylation on the Substrate Binding of the small Heat-Shock Protein αB-Crystallin

Melanie Burkhardt (2010)
Roles of Macrophages in mechanical load-induced Bone Formation on 3D Silk Fibroin Scaffolds

Matthias Barone (2010)
Purification, co-Crystallization and Structure Determination of Plasmodium falciparum plasmepsins

Raphael Urbani (2009)
Multi-Color approach to track Salmonella during infection

Janne Hyötylä (2009)
Modeling selective gating by nanopores with poly(ethylene glycol) and PEG-binding antibodies

Daniel Vonwil (2006)
Response of Articular Human Adult Chondrocytes to a Non-fouling RGD-peptide Modified Surface



Tanja Amport (2018)
Rotating ring-disc electrode voltammetry for the evaluation of molybdenum dichalcogenide nanostrucutes

Philip Häner (2016)
Towards the Control of Spin-Orbit Interaction in GaAs/GaAlAs Quantum Dots

David Bracher (2014)
Open Loop Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy on Insulating Low Density Polyethylene Surfaces

Heidi Potts (2013)
Facile Grown Ozone Oxide Based Passivation of Silicon for High Efficiency Photovoltaics

Dominik Rohner (2013)
Enhancing Collection Efficiency of Nitrogen Vacancy Center Fluorescence in Diamond Using a Solid Immersion Lens

Clevin Handschin (2013)
Andreev reflections and superconducting Proximity effect in lateral hBN/graphene/NbSe2 quantum Hall devices

Etienne Berner (2012)
Towards the Inverted Cyanine-Dye Solar Cell

Mathias Wipf (2010)
Dual-gated field effect transistors for sensing applications

Angelo Maggitti (2010)
Towards quantized conductance in graphene bilayer

Florian Kehl (2009)
An attitude controller for small scale rockets

Raphael Grüter (2009)
Simultaneous detection of added mass and change in stiffness using micromechanical resonators

Jan Brunner (2009)
Conductance Fluctuations in Molecular Junctions

Jerome Wiss (2009)
Self-assembly of porphyrin derivatives adsorbed on metal surfaces

Björn Niesen (2008)
Characteristics and Stability of SOI-Based Silicon Nanowire FET Sensors

Nikolas Minder (2008)
Transport in graphene

Frank Zoller (2007)
Nano-Structured Substrates for Single Cell Proteomics



Niels Burzan (2016)
Energetics and Dynamics of Coppercoordinated Complexes Using Force Fields and Density Functional Theory

Erich Henrik Peters (2015)
Synthesis and Characterization of a Central Tripodal Subunit Enabling Dendritic Coverage of Gold Nanoparticles

Markus Gantenbein (2010)
Terminally diisocyano functionalized and rotationally restricted biphenyl systems

Gabriel Schneider (2009)
New inorganic iridium(III) complexes for photonic applications

Kasper Renggli (2009)
Synthesis and Characterization of a Biologically Active Self-Assembling Block Copolymer


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