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Infomaterial

 


Wissenschaftliche Veröffentlichungen (peer-reviewed)

 

  • Ultraflexible Nanowire Array for Label- and Distortion-Free Cellular Force Tracking
    P. Paulitschke, F. Keber, A. Lebedev, J. Stephan, H. Lorenz, S. Hasselmann, D. Heinrich, and E.M. Weig
    Nano letters 19, 2207–2214 (2019) and Cover Image
  • Stress-induced formation of cell wall-deficient cells in filamentous actinomycetes
    K. Ramijan, E. Ultee, J. Willemse, Z. Zhang, J.A.J. Wondergem, A. van der Meij, D. Heinrich, A. Briegel, G.P. Wezel, and D. Claessen
    Nature Communications 9, 5164 (2018)
  • Dynamics of dual-fluorescent polymersomes with durable integrity in living cancer cells and zebrafish embryos
    S.H.C. Askes, N. Bossert, J. Bussmann, V.S. Talens, M.S. Meijer, R.E. Kieltyka, A. Kros, S. Bonnet, and D. Heinrich
    Biomaterials 168, 54–63 (2018)
  • Grafting from a Hybrid DNA-Covalent Polymer by the Hybridization Chain Reaction
    W.E.M. Noteborn, J.A.J. Wondergem, A. Iurchenko, F. Chariyev-Prinz, D. Donato, I.K. Voets, D. Heinrich, and R.E. Kieltyka
    Macromolecules 51, 5157–5164 (2018) 
  • Die Zelle - erstaunlich physikalisch
    D. Heinrich, M. Götz, and E. Sackmann
    Physik in unserer Zeit 49, 64–70 (2018)
  • Surfactant-free Colloidal Particles with Specific Binding Affinity
    C. van der Wel, N. Bossert, Q.J. Mank, M.G.T. Winter, D. Heinrich, and D. Kraft
    Langmuir 33(38), 9803 (2017)
  • Microparticle Assembly Pathways on Lipid Membranes
    C. van der Wel, D. Heinrich, and D. J. Kraft
    Biophysical Journal 113 (5), 1037 (2017)
  • Nanostructured Surfaces of Biodegradable Silica Fibers Enhance Directed Amoeboid Cell Migration in a Microtubule Dependent Process 
    M. Emmert, P. Witzel, M. Rothenburger-Glaubitt, and D. Heinrich
    RSC Advances 7, 5708 (2017)
  • Fluorescence-tunable Ag-DNA biosensor with tailored cytotoxicity for live-cell applications
    N. Bossert, D. de Bruin, M. Goetz, D. Bouwmeester, and D. Heinrich
    Scientific Reports 6, 37897 (2016)
  • Challenges in tissue engineering – towards cell control inside artificial scaffolds
    M. Emmert, P. Witzel, and D. Heinrich
    Soft Matter 12, 4287-4294 (2016)
  • Lipid membrane-mediated attraction between curvature inducing objects
    C. van der Wel, A. Vahid, A. Šarić, T. Idema, D. Heinrich, D. J. Kraft
    Scientific Reports 6, 32825 (2016)
  • Probing cytoskeleton dynamics by intracellular particle transport analysis
    M. Götz, K. F. Hodeck, P. Witzel, A. Nandi, B. Lindner, and D. Heinrich
    EPJ 224 (7), 1169–1183 (2015)
  • Tissue Engineering: Stimulating Cell Dynamics in 3D
    D. Heinrich
    International Innovation 194, 99 (2015)
  • Memory improves precision of cell sensing in fluctuating environments
    G. Aquino, L. Tweedy,  D. Heinrich and R. G. Endres
    Scientific Reports 4, 5688 (2014)
  • Amoeboid migration mode adaption in quasi-3D spatial density gradients of varying lattice geometry
    M. Gorelashvili, M. Emmert, K. F. Hodeck and D. Heinrich
    New J. Phys. 16, 075012 (2014)
  • Reversible membrane pearling in live cells upon destruction of the actin cortex
    D. Heinrich, M. Ecke, M. Jasnin, U. Engel, and G. Gerisch
    Biophysical Journal 106 (5), 1079–1091 (2014)
  • Ventures in Time and Space: Guiding Cells towards Regeneration,
    D. Heinrich  (Review), International Innovation
    Health Partnership, 17–19 (2013)
  • Single Particle Tracking in Living Cells: Is the Third Dimension Worth It?
    A. Dupont,  M. Gorelashvili, V. Schüller, F. Wehnekamp, D. Arcizet, Y. Katayama, D. Heinrich, and D.C. Lamb
    Biophysical Journal 104 (2), 650a (2013)
  • Distinct cell shapes determine accurate chemotaxis
    L. Tweedy, B. Meier, J. Stephan, D. Heinrich, and R. G. Endres
    Scientific Reports 3, 2606 (2013)
  • Three-dimensional single-particle tracking in live cells: news from the third dimension
    A. Dupont, M. Gorelashvili, V. Schüller, F. Wehnekamp, D. Arcizet, Y. Katayama, D. C. Lamb, and D. Heinrich
    New J. Phys. 15, 075008 (2013)
  • Distribution of diffusion measures from a local mean-square displacement analysis
    A. Nandi, D. Heinrich, and B. Lindner
    Phys. Rev. E 86, 021926 (2012)
  • Local motion analysis reveals impact of the dynamic cytoskeleton on intracellular subdiffusion
    M. Otten, A. Nandi, D. Arcizet, M. Gorelashvili, B. Lindner and D. Heinrich
    Biophysical Journal 102 (4), 758–767 (2012)
  • Contact-controlled amoeboid motility induces dynamic cell trapping in 3D-microstructured surfaces
    D. Arcizet, S. Capito, M. Gorelashvili, C. Leonhardt, M. Vollmer, S. Youssef, S. Rappl and D. Heinrich
    Soft Matter 8 (5), 1473–1481 (2012)
  • Chemotactic cell trapping in controlled alternating gradient fields
    B. Meier, A. Zielinski, C. Weber, D. Arcizet, S. Youssef, T. Franosch, J. O. Rädler, and D. Heinrich
    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 108 (28), 11417–11422 (2011)
  • Physics of cellular movements
    E. Sackmann, F. Keber and D. Heinrich, Annu. Rev. Condens. Matter Phys. 1, 257–276 (2010)
  • Probing GFP-actin diffusion in living cells using Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy
    H. Engelke, D. Heinrich and J. O. Rädler
    Phys. Biol. 7 (4), 046014 (2010)
  • Axonal guidance by surface microstructuring for intracellular transport investigations
    C. Pelzl, D. Arcizet, G. Piontek, J. Schlegel, and D. Heinrich
    ChemPhysChem 10 (16), 2884–2890 (2009)
  • Impact of external stimuli and cell micro-architecture on intracellular transport states
    J. Mahowald, D. Arcizet, and D. Heinrich
    ChemPhysChem 10 (9–10), 1559–1566 (2009)
  • Temporal analysis of active and passive transport in living cells
    D. Arcizet, B. Meier, E. Sackmann, J. Rädler, and D. Heinrich
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 248103 (2008)
  • Temporal analysis of active and passive transport in living cells
    D. Arcizet, B. Meier, E. Sackmann, J. Rädler, and D. Heinrich
    Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research (2008) 
  • Actin-cytoskeleton dynamics in non-monotonic cell spreading
    D. Heinrich, S. Youssef, B. Schroth-Diez, U. Engel, D. Aydin, J. Blümmel, J. P. Spatz, and G. Gerisch
    Cell Adhesion & Migration 2 (2), 58–68 (2008) and Cover Image
  • Active mechanical stabilization of the viscoplastic intracellular space of Dictyostelia cells by microtubule-actin crosstalk
    D. Heinrich and E. Sackmann
    Acta Biomaterialia 2 (6), 619–631 (2006)
  • Micromechanics of cells: viscoelastic microscopy of cells
    E. Sackmann, A. Reuther, and D. Heinrich, Mechanics of the 21st Century - Eds.: W. Gutkovski, and T. Kowalevski
    Springer Verlag, Dordrecht (Netherlands), ISBN-10 1-4020-3456-3, p. 313-328 (2005) and Proceedings (2004)
  • Wavelength Selective Optically Induced Charge Storage in Self-asssembled Semiconductor Quantum Dots
    Doris Heinrich
    Selected Topics of Semiconductor Physics and Technology, Eds.: G. Abstreiter, M.-C. Amann, M. Stutzmann, P. Vogl ISBN 3-932749-52-9 (2003)
  • Optical Charging and De-charging of InAs Quantum Dots
    D. Heinrich, A. Zrenner, G. Böhm, and G. Abstreiter
    The Physics of Semiconductors, World Scientific © 2001ISBN: 981-02-4030-9 (CD), section: L 1 article: 4
  • Charging Dynamics of Self- Assembled InAs Quantum Dots Investigated by Wavelength Selective Optically Induced Charge Storage Measurements
    D. Heinrich, J. Hoffmann, A. Zrenner, G. Böhm, and G. Abstreiter
    Physica Status Solidi (b) 224,1 357 (2001)
  • Optically-induced charge storage in self-assembled InAs quantum dots
    D. Heinrich, J. Hoffmann, J. J. Finley, A. Zrenner, G. Böhm, G. Abstreiter
    Thin Solid Films 380, 192 (2000) 
  • Optical charging of self-assembled InAs quantum dots
    D. Heinrich, J. Finley, M. Skalitz, J. Hoffmann, A. Zrenner, G. Böhm, G. Abstreiter
    Optical Properties of Semiconductor Nanostructures, Eds.: M.L. Sadowski, M. Potemski, and M. Grynberg, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, ISBN: 0-7923-6316-7, p. 365-377 (2000)
  • Electron and hole storage in self-assembled InAs quantum dots
    D. Heinrich, J. Hoffmann, J. J. Finley, A. Zrenner, G. Böhm, G. Abstreiter
    Physica E7, 484–488 (2000)
  • Electrical detection of charge storage in self-assembled InAs quantum dots
    J. J. Finley, M. Skalitz, D. Heinrich, M. Arzberger, A. Zrenner, G. Böhm, and G. Abstreiter
    The Physics of Semiconductors, World Scientific, Singapore © 1999 section: X B, article: 1, ISBN: 981-02-4030-9 (CD), p. 1138
  • Exciton transport into single quantum wires studied by time-resolved low-temperature near-field scanning optical microscopy
    Ch. Lienau, A. Richter, D. Heinrich, M. Süptitz, T. Elsaesser, R. Nötzel, M. Ramsteiner, and K. H. Ploog
    The Physics of Semiconductors, World Scientific, Singapore © 1999 section: VII B, article: 21, ISBN: 981-02-4030-9 (CD), p. 1435
  • Time-resolved near-field spectroscopy of the carrier dynamics in single GaAs nanostructures
    Ch. Lienau, A. Richter, D. Heinrich, T. Elsaesser, M. Ramsteiner, R. Nötzel, and K. H. Ploog
    Ultrafast Phenomena XI, Springer Series in Chemical Physics, Eds.: T. Elsaesser, J.G. Fujimoto, D. A. Wiersma, W. Zinth, Springer Verlag, Berlin, ISBN: 3540654305, p. 168-170 (1998)
  • Exciton transport into a single quantum wire studied by picosecond near-field optical spectroscopy
    A. Richter, M. Süptitz, D. Heinrich, Ch. Lienau, T. Elsaesser, M. Ramsteiner, R. Nötzel, and K. H. Ploog, Appl. Phys. Lett. 73,15 p. 2176 (1998)
  • Nanoscale mapping of confinement potentials in single semiconductor quantum wires by near-field spectroscopy
    Ch. Lienau, A. Richter, G. Behme, M. Süptitz, D. Heinrich, Ch. Lienau, T. Elsaesser, M. Ramsteiner, R. Nötzel, and K. H. Ploog, Phys. Rev. B58, 4 p. 2045 (1998)
     

Book

  • Wavelength Selective Optically Induced Charge Storage in Self-asssembled Semiconductor Quantum Dots
    Doris Heinrich, Selected Topics of Semiconductor Physics and Technology, Eds.: G. Abstreiter, M.-C. Amann, M. Stutzmann, P. Vogl, ISBN 3-932749-52-9 (July 2003)