Zeitschriftenartikel (7)

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    Diaz, C.; Neubauer, S.; Rechenmacher, F.; Kessler, H.; Missirlis, D.: Recruitment of integrin ανβ3 to integrin α5β1-induced clusters enables focal adhesion maturation and cell spreading. Journal of Cell Science 133 (1), 232702, S. 1 - 14 (2020)
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    Lussier , F.; Missirlis, D.; Spatz, J. P.; Masson, J.-F.: Machine-learning-driven surface-enhanced raman scattering optophysiology reveals multiplexed metabolite gradients near cells. ACS Nano e-pup (2), S. 1403 - 1411 (2019)
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    Missirlis, D.; Haraszti, T.; Kessler, H.; Spatz, J.: Fibronectin promotes directional persistence in fibroblast migration through interactions with both its cell-binding and heparin-binding domains. Scientific Reports 7 (2017)
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    Missirlis, D.; Haraszti, T.; Scheele, C.; Wiegand, T.; Diaz, C.; Neubauer, S.; Rechenmacher, F.; Kessler, H.; Spatz, J. P.: Substrate engagement of integrins α5β1 and αvβ3 is necessary, but not sufficient, for high directional persistence in migration on fibronectin. Scientific Reports 6 (2016)
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    Missirlis, D.: The effect of substrate elasticity and actomyosin contractility on different forms of endocytosis. PLoS One 9 (5) (2014)
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    Missirlis, D.; Spatz, J. P.: Combined effects of PEG hydrogel elasticity and cell-adhesive coating on fibroblast adhesion and persistent migration. Biomacromolecules 15 (1), S. 195 - 205 (2014)
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    Missirlis, D.; Teesalu, T.; Black, M.; Tirrell, M.: The non-peptidic part determines the internalization mechanism and intracellular trafficking of peptide amphiphiles. PLoS One 8 (1), e54611, S. 1 - 10 (2013)
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