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2019

Vanella, Rosario and Bazin, Alfred and Ta, Duy Tien and Nash, Michael A.. (2019) Genetically encoded stimuli-responsive cytoprotective hydrogel capsules for single cells provide novel genotype-phenotype linkage. Chemistry of Materials.

2018

Gunnoo, Melissabye and Cazade, Pierre-André and Orlowski, Adam and Chwastyk, Mateusz and Liu, Haipei and Ta, Duy Tien and Cieplak, Marek and Nash, Michael and Thompson, Damien. (2018) Steered molecular dynamics simulations reveal the role of Ca2+ in regulating mechanostability of cellulose-binding proteins. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 20 (35). pp. 22674-22680.

Lewis, Daniel D. and Vanella, Rosario and Vo, Christopher and Rose, Lesilee and Nash, Michael and Tan, Cheemeng. (2018) Engineered Stochastic Adhesion Between Microbes as a Protection Mechanism Against Environmental Stress. Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering , 11 (5). pp. 367-382.

Liu, Haipei and Ta, Duy Tien and Nash, Michael A.. (2018) Mechanical Polyprotein Assembly Using Sfp and Sortase‐Mediated Domain Oligomerization for Single‐Molecule Studies. Small Methods, 2 (6). p. 1800039.

Ta, Duy Tien and Vanella, Rosario and Nash, Michael A.. (2018) Bioorthogonal Elastin-like Polypeptide Scaffolds for Immunoassay Enhancement. ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 10 (36). pp. 30147-30154.

2017

Durner, Ellis and Ott, Wolfgang and Nash, Michael A. and Gaub, Hermann E.. (2017) Post-translational Sortase-mediated Attachment of High-strength Force Spectroscopy Handles. ACS Omega, 2 (6). pp. 3064-3069.

Milles, Lukas Frederik and Bayer, Edward A. and Nash, Michael A. and Gaub, Hermann E.. (2017) Mechanical Stability of a High-Affinity Toxin Anchor from the Pathogen Clostridium perfringens. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 121 (15). pp. 3620-3625.

Ott, Wolfgang and Jobst, Markus A. and Bauer, Magnus S. and Durner, Ellis and Milles, Lukas F. and Nash, Michael A. and Gaub, Hermann E.. (2017) Elastin-like Polypeptide Linkers for Single-Molecule Force Spectroscopy. ACS Nano, 11 (6). pp. 6346-6354.

Ott, Wolfgang and Jobst, Markus A. and Schoeler, Constantin and Gaub, Hermann E. and Nash, Michael A.. (2017) Single-molecule force spectroscopy on polyproteins and receptor–ligand complexes: The current toolbox. Journal of Structural Biology, 197 (1). pp. 3-12.

Ta, Duy Tien and Vanella, Rosario and Nash, Michael A.. (2017) Magnetic Separation of Elastin-like Polypeptide Receptors for Enrichment of Cellular and Molecular Targets. Nano Letters, 17 (12). pp. 7932-7939.

Verdorfer, Tobias and Bernardi, Rafael C. and Meinhold, Aylin and Ott, Wolfgang and Luthey-Schulten, Zaida and Nash, Michael A. and Gaub, Hermann E.. (2017) Combining in Vitro and in Silico Single-Molecule Force Spectroscopy to Characterize and Tune Cellulosomal Scaffoldin Mechanics. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 139 (49). pp. 17841-17852.

2016

Nash, Michael A. and Shoseyov, Oded. (2016) Editorial overview: Nanobiotechnology at a crossroads: moving beyond proof of concept. Current Opinion in Biotechnology, 39. vii-ix.

Nash, Michael A. and Smith, Steven P. and Fontes, Carlos Mga and Bayer, Edward A.. (2016) Single versus dual-binding conformations in cellulosomal cohesin–dockerin complexes. Current Opinion in Structural Biology, 40. pp. 89-96.

Ott, Wolfgang and Nicolaus, Thomas and Gaub, Hermann E. and Nash, Michael A.. (2016) Sequence-Independent Cloning and Post-Translational Modification of Repetitive Protein Polymers through Sortase and Sfp-Mediated Enzymatic Ligation. Biomacromolecules, 17 (4). pp. 1330-1338.

Schoeler, Constantin and Verdorfer, Tobias and Gaub, Hermann E. and Nash, Michael A.. (2016) Biasing effects of receptor-ligand complexes on protein-unfolding statistics. Physical review E, 94 (4). 042412.

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