Stefan Diez
Stefan Diez
Professor for BioNanoTools, B CUBE, TU Dresden
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The depolymerizing kinesin MCAK uses lattice diffusion to rapidly target microtubule ends
J Helenius, G Brouhard, Y Kalaidzidis, S Diez, J Howard
Nature 441 (7089), 115-119, 2006
The kinesin-related protein MCAK is a microtubule depolymerase that forms an ATP-hydrolyzing complex at microtubule ends
AW Hunter, M Caplow, DL Coy, WO Hancock, S Diez, L Wordeman, ...
Molecular cell 11 (2), 445-457, 2003
Kinesin-8 motors act cooperatively to mediate length-dependent microtubule depolymerization
V Varga, C Leduc, V Bormuth, S Diez, J Howard
Cell 138 (6), 1174-1183, 2009
Tracking single particles and elongated filaments with nanometer precision
F Ruhnow, D Zwicker, S Diez
Biophysical journal 100 (11), 2820-2828, 2011
Local nucleation of microtubule bundles through tubulin concentration into a condensed tau phase
A Hernández-Vega, M Braun, L Scharrel, M Jahnel, S Wegmann, ...
Cell reports 20 (10), 2304-2312, 2017
Microtubule dynamics reconstituted in vitro and imaged by single-molecule fluorescence microscopy
C Gell, V Bormuth, GJ Brouhard, DN Cohen, S Diez, CT Friel, J Helenius, ...
Methods in cell biology 95, 221-245, 2010
Dynamic actin patterns and Arp2/3 assembly at the substrate-attached surface of motile cells
T Bretschneider, S Diez, K Anderson, J Heuser, M Clarke, ...
Current Biology 14 (1), 1-10, 2004
The mitotic kinesin-14 Ncd drives directional microtubule–microtubule sliding
G Fink, L Hajdo, KJ Skowronek, C Reuther, AA Kasprzak, S Diez
Nature cell biology 11 (6), 717-723, 2009
Molecular crowding creates traffic jams of kinesin motors on microtubules
C Leduc, K Padberg-Gehle, V Varga, D Helbing, S Diez, J Howard
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (16), 6100-6105, 2012
Four-wave mixing in semiconductor optical amplifiers for frequency conversion and fast optical switching
S Diez, C Schmidt, R Ludwig, HG Weber, K Obermann, S Kindt, ...
IEEE Journal of selected topics in Quantum Electronics 3 (5), 1131-1145, 1997
Stretching and transporting DNA molecules using motor proteins
S Diez, C Reuther, C Dinu, R Seidel, M Mertig, W Pompe, J Howard
Nano Letters 3 (9), 1251-1254, 2003
Mobile actin clusters and traveling waves in cells recovering from actin depolymerization
G Gerisch, T Bretschneider, A Müller-Taubenberger, E Simmeth, M Ecke, ...
Biophysical journal 87 (5), 3493-3503, 2004
The distance that kinesin-1 holds its cargo from the microtubule surface measured by fluorescence interference contrast microscopy
J Kerssemakers, J Howard, H Hess, S Diez
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (43), 15812-15817, 2006
Parallel computation with molecular-motor-propelled agents in nanofabricated networks
DV Nicolau Jr, M Lard, T Korten, FC Van Delft, M Persson, E Bengtsson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (10), 2591-2596, 2016
Towards the application of cytoskeletal motor proteins in molecular detection and diagnostic devices
T Korten, A Mĺnsson, S Diez
Current opinion in biotechnology 21 (4), 477-488, 2010
Detection of fractional steps in cargo movement by the collective operation of kinesin-1 motors
C Leduc, F Ruhnow, J Howard, S Diez
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (26), 10847-10852, 2007
Diffusible crosslinkers generate directed forces in microtubule networks
Z Lansky, M Braun, A Lüdecke, M Schlierf, PR Ten Wolde, ME Janson, ...
Cell 160 (6), 1159-1168, 2015
Toward self-assembled plasmonic devices: high-yield arrangement of gold nanoparticles on DNA origami templates
FN Gür, FW Schwarz, J Ye, S Diez, TL Schmidt
ACS nano 10 (5), 5374-5382, 2016
Reversible switching of microtubule motility using thermoresponsive polymer surfaces
L Ionov, M Stamm, S Diez
Nano letters 6 (9), 1982-1987, 2006
Kinetically distinct phases of tau on microtubules regulate kinesin motors and severing enzymes
V Siahaan, J Krattenmacher, AA Hyman, S Diez, A Hernández-Vega, ...
Nature cell biology 21 (9), 1086-1092, 2019
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