DCF Publikationen


Zeitschriftenartikel (5)

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    Hochstetter, A.; Stellamanns, E.; Deshpande, S.; Uppaluri, S.; Engstler, M.; Pfohl, T.: Microfluidics-based single cell analysis reveals drug-dependent motility changes in trypanosomes. Lab on a Chip 15 (8), S. 1961 - 1968 (2015)
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    Stellamanns, E.; Uppaluri, S.; Hochstetter, A.; Heddergott, N.; Engstler, M.; Pfohl, T.: Optical trapping reveals propulsion forces, power generation and motility efficiency of the unicellular parasites Trypanosoma brucei brucei. Scientific Reports 4, S. 1 - 7 (2014)
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    Uppaluri, S.; Heddergott, N.; Stellamanns, E.; Herminghaus, S.; Zöttl, A.; Stark, H.; Engstler, M.; Pfohl, T.: Flow Loading Induces Oscillatory Trajectories in a Bloodstream Parasite. Biophysical Journal 103, S. 1162 - 1169 (2012)
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    Heddergott, N.; Krüger, T.; Babu, S. B.; Wei, A.; Stellamanns, E.; Uppaluri, S.; Pfohl, T.; Stark, H.; Engstler, M.: Trypanosome motion represents an adaptation to the crowded environment of the vertebrate bloodstream. PLoS Pathogens 8 (11), e1003023 (2012)
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    Uppaluri, S.; Nagler, J.; Stellamanns, E.; Heddergot, N.; Herminghaus, S.; Engstler, M.; Pfohl, T.: Impact of microscopic motility on the overall swimming behavior of parasites. PLoS Computational Biology 7, e1002058 (2011)

Buchkapitel (1)

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    Engstler, M.; Heddergott, N.; Krüger, T.; Stellamanns, E.; Uppaluri, S.; Pfohl, T.: African trypanosomes as model system for functional analyses of microbial motility. In: Nature-Inspired Fluid Mechanics, S. 43 - 61 (Hg. Tropea, C.; Bleckmann, H.). Springer, Heidelberg (2012)

Hochschulschrift - Doktorarbeit (1)

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    Hochschulschrift - Doktorarbeit
    Stellamanns, E.: Cell motility in microfluidic environments. Dissertation, Georg-August-Universität, Göttingen (2011)
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