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17.) M. Radmacher 

Enzymatic Nanolithography

in Handbook of Nanophysics. K. Sattler, Editor. 2009.Taylor & Francis.

16.)  M. Radmacher

Studying the mechanics of cellular processes by atomic force microscopy

in Cell Mechanics, Y.-l. Wang and D.E. Discher, Editors. 2007, Academic Press. p. 347-372.

15.) S. Schneider, R. Matzke, M. Radmacher and H. Oberleithner

Shape and volume of living aldosterone-sensitive cells imaged with the atomic force microscope.

in Methods Mol Biol. 2004, p. 255-279.

14.) L. Treccani, S. Khoshnavaz, S. Blank, K. von Roden, U. Schulz, I. Weiss, K. Mann, M. Radmacher, M. Fritz.

Biomineralizing proteins, with empasis on invertebrate mineralized structures

in Biopolymers, S. Fahnestock, Editor. 2003, Wiley-VCH: Weinheim. p. 289-321.

13.) M. Radmacher
Measuring the elastic properties of living cells by AFM
in Methods in Cell Biology: Atomic Force Microscopy, ed. by B. Jena and H. Hörber, Academic Press 2002.

12.) Domke, J., C. Rotsch, P.K. Hansma, K. Jacobson, and M. Radmacher.

Atomic Force Microscopy of Soft Samples: Gelatin and Living Cells.

in ACS - Polymers in AFM. 1996. Orlando: ACS.

11.) Radmacher, M., M. Fritz, C.F. Schmidt, M.W. Allersma, R. Giesselmann, and P.K. Hansma.

Imaging adhesion forces on proteins with the atomic force microscope.

in Scanning Probe Microscopies III. 1995. San Jose: SPIE.

10.) Radmacher, M., M. Fritz, and P.K. Hansma.

Imaging lysozyme adsorbed on mica by Atomic Force Microscopy.

in Procedures in Scanning Probe Microscopies, R. Colton, et al., Editors. 1995, John Wiley & Sons: Sussex.

9.) Radmacher, M., M. Fritz, J.P. Cleveland, and P.K. Hansma

Tapping mode in liquids.

in Procedures in Scanning Probe Microscopies, R. Colton, et al., Editors. 1995, John Wiley & Sons: Sussex.

8.) Kacher, C.M., M. Fritz, M. Radmacher, T. Schaeffer, M. Allersma, C.F. Schmidt, and P.K. Hansma.

Simple procedure for preparation of positively charged silanated surfaces.

in Procedures in Scanning Probe Microscopies, R. Colton, et al., Editors. 1995, John Wiley & Sons: Sussex.

7.) Fritz, M., M. Radmacher, N. Peterson, and H.E. Gaub.

Preparation of magnetotactical bacterias for AFM imaging.

in Procedures in Scanning Probe Microscopies, R. Colton, et al., Editors. 1995, John Wiley & Sons: Sussex.

6.) Fritz, M., M. Radmacher, P. Janmey, and P.K. Hansma.

Imaging actin by atomic force microscopy.

in Procedures in Scanning Probe Microscopies, R. Colton, et al., Editors. 1995, John Wiley & Sons: Sussex.

5.) Fritz, M., M. Radmacher, and H.E. Gaub.

Preparation of activated platelets for AFM imaging.

in Procedures in Scanning Probe Microscopies, R. Colton, et al., Editors. 1995, John Wiley & Sons: Sussex.

4.) Fritz, M., M. Radmacher, J.P. Cleveland, P.K. Hansma, M.W. Alllersma, R.J. Stewart, and C.F. Schmidt.

Imaging microtubules under physiological conditions with a atomic force microscope.

Biophys. J., 1995. 68(2): p. A288.

3.) Fritz, M., M. Radmacher, J.P. Cleveland, M. Allersma, C.F. Schmidt, and P.K. Hansma.

Imaging microtubules by atomic force microscopy.

in Procedures in Scanning Probe Microscopies, R. Colton, et al., Editors. 1995, John Wiley & Sons: Sussex.

2.) Fritz, M., M. Radmacher, M.W. Allersma, J.P. Cleveland, R.J. Steward, P.K. Hansma, and C.F. Schmidt.

Imaging microtubules using Tapping Mode in Liquids Atomic Force Microscopy.

in Scanning Probe Microscopies III. 1995. San Jose: SPIE.

1.) Radmacher, M., R.M. Zimmermann, and H.E. Gaub.

Does the scanning force microscope resolve individual lipid molecules?

in The Structure and Conformation of Amphiphilic Membranes, R. Lipowski, D. Richter, and K. Kremer, Editors. 1992, Springer: Berlin. p. 24-29.




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