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PUBLICATIONS

PUBLICATIONS

 
 

2018

27. Gutowska-Owsiak D++, Bernardino de La Serna J++, Fritzsche M++, Naeem A , Podobas EI, Leeming M, Colin-York H, O’Shaughnessy R, Eggeling C, Ogg GS, Orchestrated control of filaggrin–actin scaffolds underpins cornification, Nature Cell Death & Disease, 2018  (++ co-first authored).

26. Santos AM++, Ponjavic A++, Fritzsche M++, Fernandes RA++, Bernardino de la Serna J, Wilcock MJ, Schneider F, Urbančič I, McColl J, Anzilotti C, Ganzinger KA, Aßmann M, Depoil D, Cornall RJ, Dustin ML, Klenerman D, Davis SJ, Eggeling C & Lee SF, Capturing resting T cells: the perils of PLL,         Nature Immunology, 2018 (++ co-first authored).

2017

25. Colin-York H, Fritzsche M, The future of traction force microscopyCurrent Opinion in Biomedical Engineering, 2017.

24. Lee AM++, Colin-York H++, Fritzsche M, CalQuo2 : Automated Fourier-space, population-level quantification of global intracellular calcium responsesScientific Reports, 2017 (++ co-first authored).

23. Korobchevskaya K, Lagerholm BC, Colin-York H, and Fritzsche M, Exploring the Potential of Airyscan Microscopy for Live Cell ImagingPhotonics, 2017. 

22. Fritzsche M, Fernandes RA, Chang VT, Colin-York H, Clausen MP, Felce JH, Galiani S, Erlenkämper C, Santos AM, Heddleston JM, Pedroza-Pacheco I, Waithe D, J. B. de la Serna, Lagerholm BC, Liu TL, Chew TL, Betzig E, Davis SJ, Eggeling C, Cytoskeletal actin dynamics shape a ramifying actin network underpinning immunological synapse formationScience Advances, 2017.

21. Fritzsche M, Self-organizing actin patterns shape cytoskeletal cortex organization, Communicative & Integrative Biology, 2017.

20. Colin-York H, Eggeling C, Fritzsche M, Dissection of mechanical force in living cells by super-resolved traction force microscopy, Nature Protocols, 2017.

19. Clausen MP, Colin-York H, Schneider F, Eggeling C, Fritzsche M, Dissecting the actin cortex density and membrane-cortex distance in living cells by super-resolution microscopyJournal of Physics D, 2017. 

18. Fritzsche M, Li D, Colin-York H, Chang VT, Moeendarbary E, Felce JH, Sezgin E, Charras GT, Betzig E, Eggeling C, Self-organizing actin patterns shape membrane architecture but not cell mechanicsNature Communications, 2017.

 

2016

17. Stanly TA, Fritzsche M, Banerji S, Garcia E, de la Serna JB, Jackson DG, Eggeling CCritical importance of appropriate fixation conditions for faithful imaging of receptor microclustersBiology Open, 2016.

16. Fritzsche M, Erlenkämper C, Moeendarbary E, Charras G, Kruse K, Actin kinetics shapes cortical network structure and mechanicsScience Advances, 2016.

15Colin-York HShrestha D, Felce JH, Waithe D, Moeendarbary E, Davis SJ, Eggeling Cand Fritzsche M, Super-resolved Traction Force Microscopy (STFM)Nano Letters, 2016.

 

2015

14. Fritzsche M & Eggeling C. POTENTIAL OF SUPER-RESOLUTION., Pan-European Networks: Science & Technology, 2015.

13. Fritzsche M, Fernades RA, Colin-York H, Santos AM, Lee S, Lagerholm BC, Davis SJ, and Eggeling C, CalQuo: automated, simultaneous single-cell and population-level quantification of intracellular Ca 2+ responsesScientific Reports, 2015.

12. Malinova D, Fritzsche M, Nowosad CR, Armer CM, Munro PM, Blundell MP, Charras GT, Tolar P, Bouma G, and Thrasher AJ, WASp-dependent actin cytoskeleton stability at the dendritic cell immunological synapse is required for extensive, functional T cell contactsJournal of Leukocyte Biology, 2015.

11. Fritzsche M & Charras GT, Dissecting protein reaction dynamics in living cells by fluorescence recovery after photobleachingNature Protocols, 2015.

 

2014

10. Fritzsche M, Thorogate R, and Charras GT, Quantitative Analysis of Ezrin Turnover Dynamics in the Actin CortexBiophysical Journal, 2014.

9. Lewalle A, Fritzsche MWilson K, Thorogate R, Duke T, and Charras GT, A phenomenological density-scaling approach to lamellipodial actin dynamics,   Royal Society Interface Focus, 2014.

8. Clausen MP, Galiani S, de la Serna JB, Fritzsche M, Chojnacki J, Gehmlich K, Lagerholm BC, Eggeling C. Pathways to optical STED microscopyNanoBioImaging, 2014.

 

2013

7. Bovellan M, Romeo Y, Fritzsche M, Moulding D, Thorogate R, Jegou A, Trasher AJ, Romet-Lemonne G, Roux P, Paluch EK, and Charras G, Cellular Control of Cortical Actin NucleationCurrent Biology, 2014.

6. Wilson K, Lewalle A, Fritzsche MThorogate R, Duke T, and Charras GT. Mechanisms of leading edge protrusion in interstitial migration,                             Nature Communications, 2013.

5. Fritzsche MLewalle A, Duke T, and Charras GT. Analysis of turnover dynamics of the submembranous actin cortexMolecular Biology of the Cell, 2013 (Faculty 1000).

 

2012

4. Moeendarbary E, Valon L, Fritzsche MHarris AR, Moulding DA, A. J Thrasher, E. Stride, L Mahadevan at aland G.T. Charras, Cellular rheology and hydraulics, Nature Materials, 2012.

3. Soerensen PM, Iacob EM, Fritzsche MEngen JR, Brieher M, Charras G, and Eggert US, The natural product cucurbitacin inhibits depolymerization of actin filaments by a unique mechanismACS Chemical Biology, 2012.

2. Worth A, Metelo JI, Bouma G, Fritzsche M, and Burns SOI, Disease-associated missense mutations in the EVH1 domain disrupt intrinsic WASp function causing dysregulated actin dynamics and impaired dendritic cell migration, Blood, 2012.

 

2010

1. Bovellan M++, Fritzsche M++, Stevens C, Charras G. Death‐associated protein kinase (DAPK) and signal transduction: blebbing in programmed cell deathFEBS Letter, 2010 (++ co-first authored).

PEOPLE

PEOPLE

SCIENTIFIC COLLABORATORS

SCIENTIFIC COLLABORATORS