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2018

Beloqui, A., Kobitski, A. Y., Nienhaus, G. U. & Delaittre, G.
One-Step Synthesis and Structure-Activity Analysis of Single-Enzyme Nanogels
Chem. Sci., in press.
[Abstract]

Zhou, L., Evangelinos, M., Wernet, V., Eckert, A. F., Ishitsuka, Y., Fischer, R., Nienhaus, G. U., & Takeshita, N.
Superresolution and Pulse-chase Imaging Reveal the Role of Vesicle Transport and Polar Growth in Fungal Cells
Sci. Adv., in press.

Wang, H., Lin, Y., Nienhaus, K., & Nienhaus, G. U.
The Protein Corona on Nanoparticles as Viewed from a Nanoparticle Sizing Perspective
WIREs Nanomed. Nanobiotech., in press.
[Abstract]

Schott, B., Traub, M., Antritter, T., Schlagenhauf, C., Takamiya, M., Bartschat, A. Löffler, K., Otte, J. C., Kobitski, A. Y., Nienhaus, G. U., Sanders, P., Strähle, U., Mikut, R., & Stegmaier, J.
Interactive Knowledge Discovery in Large-Scale Cell Tracking Data of Developing Embryos
submitted.

Bichelberger, M. A., Karcher, J., Steinbiß, M., Bantle, T., Nienhaus, K., Nienhaus,G. U., & Pianowski, Z. L.
3-Arylazopyridinium Derivatives Switchable with Green Light
submitted.

Manz, C., Kobitski, A. Y., Samanta, A., Jäschke, A., & Nienhaus, G. U.
The Multi-State Energy Landscape of the SAM-I Riboswitch: A Single-Molecule Förster Resonance Energy Transfer Spectroscopy Study
submitted.

Zhou, L., Obhof, T., Schneider, K., Feldbrügge, M., Nienhaus, G. U., & Kämper, J.
Cytoplasmic Transport Machinery of SPF27 Homologue Num1 in Ustilago maydis
submitted.

Reinartz, I., Sinner, C., Nettels, D., Stucki-Buchli, B., Stockmar, F., Panek, P. T., Jacob, C. R., Nienhaus, G. U., Schuler, B., & Schug, A.
Simulation of FRET Dyes Allows Quantitative Comparison against Experimental Data
submitted.

Lin, Y., Nienhaus, K., & Nienhaus, G. U.
Nanoparticle Probes for Super-Resolution Fluorescence Microscopy
submitted.

Steinmeyer, J., Walter, H.-K., Bichelberger, M., Schneider, V., Kubar, T., Rönicke, F., Olshausen, B., Nienhaus, K., Schepers, U., Nienhaus, G. U., Elstner, M., & Wagenknecht, H.-A.
“siRNA Traffic Lights”: Fluorescent siRNA with Dual Color Readout for Imaging by Means of Three Different Structural Approaches
submitted.