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Medda, R.; Helth, A.; Herre, P.; Pohl, D.; Rellinghaus, B.; Perschmann, N.; Neubauer, S.; Kessler, H.; Oswald, S.; Eckert, J. et al.; Spatz, J. P.; Gebert, A.; Cavalcanti-Adam, E. A.: Investigation of early cell–surface interactions of human mesenchymal stem cells on nanopatterned β-type titanium–niobium alloy surfaces. Interface Focus 4 (1), 20130046, pp. 1 - 10 (2014)
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Hellmann, J. K.; Perschmann, N.; Spatz, J. P.; Frischknecht, F.: Tunable substrates unveil chemical complementation of a genetic cell migration defect. Advanced Healthcare Materials 2 (8), pp. 1162 - 1169 (2013)
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Perschmann, N.; Hellmann, J. K.; Frischknecht, F.; Spatz, J. P.: Induction of malaria parasite migration by synthetically tunable microenvironments. Nano Letters 11 (10), pp. 4468 - 4474 (2011)
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Aydin, D.; Louban, I.; Perschmann, N.; Blümmel, J.; Lohmueller, T.; Cavalcanti-Adam, E. A.; Haas, T. L.; Walczak, H.; Kessler, H.; Fiammengo, R. et al.; Spatz, J. P.: Polymeric substrates with tunable elasticity and nanoscopically controlled biomolecule presentation. Langmuir 26 (19), pp. 15472 - 15480 (2010)
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Blümmel, J.; Perschmann, N.; Aydin, D.; Drinjakovic, J.; Surrey, T.; Lopez-Garcia, M.; Kessler, H.; Spatz, J. P.: Protein repellent properties of covalently attached PEG coatings on nanostructured SiO2 based interfaces. Biomaterials 28 (32), pp. 4739 - 4747 (2007)
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Graeter, S. V.; Huang, J.; Perschmann, N.; López-García, M.; Kessler, H.; Ding, J.; Spatz, J. P.: Mimicking cellular environments by nanostructured soft interfaces. Nano Letters 7 (5), pp. 1413 - 1418 (2007)

Thesis - PhD (1)

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Thesis - PhD
Perschmann, N.: Synthese und quantitative Analyse von strukturierten und funktionalisierten Hydrogelsystemen zur Regulierung der Adhäsionseigenschaften unterschiedlicher Zellphänotypen an Grenzflächen. Dissertation, 218 pp., Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg, Heidelberg (2010)

Thesis - Diploma (1)

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Thesis - Diploma
Perschmann, N.: Entwicklung nanostrukturierter Mikrokanäle in proteinresistenten PEG-Hydrogelen zur Untersuchung von Zelladhäsionsverhalten. Diploma, Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg, Heidelberg (2006)
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