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Henry Hess
Henry Hess
Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Columbia University
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Light-controlled molecular shuttles made from motor proteins carrying cargo on engineered surfaces
H Hess, J Clemmens, D Qin, J Howard, V Vogel
Nano Letters 1 (5), 235-239, 2001
4162001
Powering nanodevices with biomolecular motors
H Hess, GD Bachand, V Vogel
Chemistry–A European Journal 10 (9), 2110-2116, 2004
3362004
Molecular shuttles based on motor proteins: active transport in synthetic environments
H Hess, V Vogel
Reviews in Molecular Biotechnology 82 (1), 67-85, 2001
3172001
Proximity does not contribute to activity enhancement in the glucose oxidase–horseradish peroxidase cascade
Y Zhang, S Tsitkov, H Hess
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-9, 2016
3062016
A smart dust biosensor powered by kinesin motors
T Fischer, A Agarwal, H Hess
Nature nanotechnology 4 (3), 162-166, 2009
2642009
Molecular self-assembly of “nanowires” and “nanospools” using active transport
H Hess, J Clemmens, C Brunner, R Doot, S Luna, KH Ernst, V Vogel
Nano letters 5 (4), 629-633, 2005
2032005
Non-equilibrium assembly of microtubules: from molecules to autonomous chemical robots
H Hess, JL Ross
Chemical Society Reviews 46 (18), 5570-5587, 2017
1912017
Mechanisms of microtubule guiding on microfabricated kinesin-coated surfaces: Chemical and topographic surface patterns
J Clemmens, H Hess, R Lipscomb, Y Hanein, KF Böhringer, CM Matzke, ...
Langmuir 19 (26), 10967-10974, 2003
1862003
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
1772006
Selective loading of kinesin‐powered molecular shuttles with protein cargo and its application to biosensing
S Ramachandran, KH Ernst, GD Bachand, V Vogel, H Hess
Small 2 (3), 330-334, 2006
1742006
Biomolecular motors at the intersection of nanotechnology and polymer science
A Agarwal, H Hess
Progress in Polymer Science 35 (1-2), 252-277, 2010
1722010
Molecular shuttles operating undercover: A new photolithographic approach for the fabrication of structured surfaces supporting directed motility
H Hess, CM Matzke, RK Doot, J Clemmens, GD Bachand, BC Bunker, ...
Nano Letters 3 (12), 1651-1655, 2003
1722003
Toward rational design of high-efficiency enzyme cascades
Y Zhang, H Hess
ACS Catalysis 7 (9), 6018-6027, 2017
1702017
Motor-protein “roundabouts”: Microtubules moving on kinesin-coated tracks through engineered networks
J Clemmens, H Hess, R Doot, CM Matzke, GD Bachand, V Vogel
Lab on a Chip 4 (2), 83-86, 2004
1622004
Origins of activity enhancement in enzyme cascades on scaffolds
O Idan, H Hess
ACS nano 7 (10), 8658-8665, 2013
1592013
Analysis of microtubule guidance in open microfabricated channels coated with the motor protein kinesin
J Clemmens, H Hess, J Howard, V Vogel
Langmuir 19 (5), 1738-1744, 2003
1512003
Substrate-driven chemotactic assembly in an enzyme cascade
X Zhao, H Palacci, V Yadav, MM Spiering, MK Gilson, PJ Butler, H Hess, ...
Nature Chemistry 10 (3), 311-317, 2018
1492018
Engineering applications of biomolecular motors
H Hess
Annual review of biomedical engineering 13, 429-450, 2011
1482011
Active capture and transport of virus particles using a biomolecular motor‐driven, nanoscale antibody sandwich assay
GD Bachand, SB Rivera, A Carroll‐Portillo, H Hess, M Bachand
Small 2 (3), 381-385, 2006
1462006
DNA-assisted swarm control in a biomolecular motor system
JJ Keya, R Suzuki, AMR Kabir, D Inoue, H Asanuma, K Sada, H Hess, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 453, 2018
1362018
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