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  1. Mario Brameshuber, Florian Keller, Benedikt K. Rossboth, Haisen Ta, Kevin Alge, Eva Sevcsik, Janett Göhring, Markus Axmann, Florian Baumgart, Nicholas R. J. Gascoigne, Simon J. Davis, Hannes Stockinger, Gerhard J. Schütz & Johannes B. Huppa

    Nature Immunology (2018) doi:10.1038/s41590-018-0092-4

    Monomeric TCRs drive T cell antigen recognition

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  3. Birgit Plochberger, Clemens Röhrl, Johannes Preiner, Christian Rankl, Mario Brameshuber, Josef Madl, Robert Bittman, Robert Ros, Erdinc Sezgin, Christian Eggeling, Peter Hinterdorfer, Herbert Stangl & Gerhard J. Schütz

    Scientific Reports 7(2017) 15886

    HDL particles incorporate into lipid bilayers – a combined AFM and single molecule fluorescence microscopy study

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  5. Begüm Peksel, Imre Gombos, Mária Péter, László Vigh Jr., Ádám Tiszlavicz, Mario Brameshuber, Gábor Balogh, Gerhard J. Schütz, Ibolya Horváth, László Vigh & Zsolt Török

    Scientific Reports 7(2017) 15643

    Mild heat induces a distinct “eustress” response in Chinese Hamster Ovary cells but does not induce heat shock protein synthesis

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  7. Andreas Anderluh, Tina Hofmaier, Enrico Klotzsch, Oliver Kudlacek, Thomas Stockner, Harald H. Sitte & Gerhard J. Schütz

    Nat. Commun. 8(2017) 14089

    Direct PIP2 binding mediates stable oligomer formation of the serotonin transporter

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  9. Eva Sevcsik and Gerhard J. Schütz

    Bioessays 38 (2016) 129-139

    With or without rafts? Alternative views on cell membranes

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  11. Andreas Arnold, Eva Sevcsik, Gerhard J. Schütz

    J. Phys D: Appl. Phys 49 (2016) 364002

    Monte Carlo simulations of protein micropatterning in biomembranes: effects of immobile sticky obstacles

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  13. Florian Baumgart, Andreas Arnold, Konrad Leskovar, Kaj Staszek, Martin Fölser, Julian Weghuber, Hannes Stockinger, Gerhard J. Schütz

    Nature Methods 13 (2016) 661-664

    Varying label density allows artifact-free analysis of membrane protein nano clusters

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  15. Bianca Buchegger, Johannes Kreutzer, Birgit Plochberger, Richard Wollhofen, Dmitry Sivun, Jaroslaw Jacak, Gerhard J. Schütz, Ulrich Schubert, and Thomas A. Klar

    ACS Nano 10 (2016) 1954-1959

    STED-Lithography with Mercapto-Functional Polymers

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  17. M. Brameshuber, E. Sevcsik, B. K. Rossboth, C. Manner, HP. Deigner, B. Peksel, M. Péter, Z. Török, A. Hermetter, G. J. Schütz

    Biophys. J. 110 (2016) 205-213

    Oxidized Phospholipids Inhibit the Formation of Cholesterol-Dependent Plasma Membrane Nanoplatforms

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  19. Reinhard Mayr, Christoph Mahringer, Roland Thünauer, Thomas Haselgrübler, Michaela Haider, Gerhard J. Schütz, Alois Sonnleitner, Jan Hesse

    Biosens. Bioelectr. 106 (2016) 1 - 6

    A microfluidic platform for transcription- and amplification-free detection of zepto-mole amounts of nucleic acid molecules

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  21. Eva Sevcsik, Mario Brameshuber, Martin Fölser, Julian Weghuber, Alf Honigmann, Gerhard J. Schütz

    Nat. Commun. 106 (2015) L33-L35

    GPI-anchored proteins do not reside in ordered domains in the live cell plasma membrane

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  23. E. Klotzsch, A. Smorodchenko, L. Löfler, R. Moldzio, E. Parkinson, G. J. Schütz, E. E. Pohl

    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 112 (2015) 130-135

    Super-resolution microscopy reveals spatial separation of UCP4 and F0F1-ATP synthase in neuronal mitochondria

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  25. A. Anderluh, E. Klotzsch, J. Ries, A.W.A.F. Reismann, S. Weber, M. Fölser, F. Koban, M. Freissmuth, H. H. Sitte, G. J. Schütz

    Biophys. J. 106 (2014) L33-L35

    Tracking Single Serotonin Transporter Molecules at the Endoplasmic Reticulum and Plasma Membrane

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  27. P. Lanzerstorfer, D. Borgmann, G. J. Schütz; S. M. Winkler; O. Höglinger; J. Weghuber

    PLoS One 9 (2014) e92151

    Quantification and kinetic analysis of Grb2-EGFR interaction on micro-patterned surfaces for the characterization of EGFR-modulating substances

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  29. C. Lamprecht, B. Plochberger, V. Ruprecht, S. Wieser, C. Rankl, E. Heister, B. Unterauer, M. Brameshuber, J. Danzberger, E. Flahaut, G. J. Schütz, P. Hinterdorfer, A. Ebner

    Nanotechnology 25 (2014) 125704

    A single-molecule approach to explore binding, uptake and transport of cancer cell targeting nanotubes

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  31. A. Anderluh, E. Klotzsch, A. W. A. F. Reismann, M. Brameshuber, O. Kudlacek, A. Hauck Newman, H. H. Sitte, G. J. Schütz

    J. Biol. Chem. 289 (2014) 4387-4394

    Single Molecule Analysis Reveals Coexistence of Stable Serotonin Transporter Monomers and Oligomers in the Live Cell Plasma Membrane

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  33. A.-M. Lipp, K. Juhasz, C. Paar, C. Ogris, P. Eckerstorfer, R. Thuenauer, J. Hesse, B. Nimmervoll, H. Stockinger, G. J. Schütz, U. Bodenhofer, Z. Balogi, A. Sonnleitner

    PLoS One 9 (2014) e85934

    Lck mediates signal transmission from CD59 to the 1 TCR/CD3 pathway in Jurkat T cells

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  35. Florian Forster, Wolfgang Paster, Verena Zojer, Herbert B. Schiller, Philipp Schatzlmaier, Stefan Sunzenauer, Anna Saliba, Paul Eckerstorfer, Gerhard Schütz, Johannes A. Schmid, Gerhard J. Zlabinger, Elisabeth Naschberger, Michael Stürzl and Hannes Stockinger

    J. Immunol. 192 (2014) 771-781

    GBP-1 mediated interaction of the T cell antigen receptor signaling with the cytoskeleton

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  37. Elke Fürtbauer, Jan Zaujec, Pavel Uhrin, Ingrid Raab, Michele Weber, Helga Schachner, Miroslav Bauer, Gerhard J. Schütz, Bernd R. Binder, Michael Sixt, Dontscho Kerjaschki, and Hannes Stockinger

    Immunol. Lett. 154 (2013) 31-41

    Thymic medullar conduits-associated podoplanin promotes natural regulatory T cells

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  39. E. Klotzsch and Gerhard J. Schütz

    Biophys. J. 104 (2013) 1670-1675

    Improved ligand discrimination by force-induced unbinding of the T cell receptor from peptide-MHC

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  41. J. Jacak, H. Schnidar, L. Muresan, G. Regl, A. Frischauf, F. Aberger, G. J. Schütz, J. Hesse

    J. Biotechnol. 164 (2013) 525-530

    Expression analysis of multiple myeloma CD138 negative progenitor cells using single molecule microarray readout

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  43. S. Sunzenauer, V. Zojer, M. Brameshuber, A. Tröls, J. Weghuber, H. Stockinger, G. J. Schütz

    Cytometry A 83 (2013) 847-854

    Determination of binding curves via protein micropatterning in vitro and in living cells

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  45. B. A. Aekbote, J. Jacak, G. J. Schütz, E. Csanyi, Z. Szegletes, P. Ormos, L. Kelemen

    Eur. Polym. J. 48 (2012) 1745-1754

    Aminosilane-based functionalization of two-photon polymerized 3D SU-8 microstructures

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  47. M. Axmann, J. B. Huppa, M. M. Davis, G. J. Schütz

    Biophys J. 103 (2012) L17-L19

    Determination of Interaction Kinetics between the T Cell Receptor and Peptide-loaded MHC class II via Single Molecule Diffusion Measurements

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  49. R. A. Alexander, G. W. Prager, J. Mihaly-Bison, P. Uhrin, S. Sunzenauer, B. R. Binder, G. J. Schütz, M. Freissmuth, J.M. Breuss

    Cardiovasc. Res. 94 (2012) 125-135

    VEGF-induced endothelial cell migration requires urokinase receptor (uPAR)-dependent integrin redistribution

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  51. I. Gombos, T. Crul, S. Piotto, B. Güngör, Z. Török, G. Balogh, M. Péter, J. P. Slotte, F. Campana1, A.-M. Pilbat, N. Tóth, Z. Literati-Nagy, L. Vigh Jr., A. Glatz, M. Brameshuber, G. J. Schütz, A. Hevener, M. A. Febbraio , I. Horváth and L. Vígh

    PLoS One 6 (2011) e28818

    Membrane-lipid therapy in operation: The HSP co-inducer BGP-15 activates stress signal transduction pathways by remodeling plasma membrane rafts

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  53. Julian Weghuber, Michael C. Aichinger, Mario Brameshuber, Stefan Wieser, Verena Ruprecht, Birgit Plochberger, Josef Madl, Andreas Horner, Siegfried Reipert, Karl Lohner, Tamás Henics, Gerhard J. Schütz

    Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1808 (2011) 2581-2590

    Cationic amphipatic peptides accumulate sialylated proteins and lipids in the plasma-membrane of eukaryotic host cells

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  55. Verena Ruprecht, Stefan Wieser, Didier Marguet, Gerhard J. Schütz

    Biophys J. 100 (2011) 2839-2845

    Spot variation fluorescence correlation spectroscopy allows for superresolution chronoscopy of confinement times in membranes

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  57. R. Schmidt, J. Jacak, C. Schirwitz, V. Stadler, G. Michel, N. Marmé, G. J. Schütz, J. Hoheisel, J. P. Knemeyer

    J. Proteome Res. 10 (2011) 1316-1322

    Single molecule detection on a protein array assay platform for the exposure of a tuberculosis antigen

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  59. M. C. Aichinger, M. Ginzler, J. Weghuber, L. Zimmermann, K. Riedl, G. J. Schütz, E. Nagy, A. von Gabain, R. J. Schweyen, T. Henics

    Vaccine 29 (2011) 426-436

    Adjuvating the adjuvant: facilitated delivery of an immunomodulatory oligonucleotide to TLR9 by a cationic antimicrobial peptide in dendritic cells

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  61. M. Brameshuber, J. Weghuber, V. Ruprecht, I. Gombos, I. Horváth, L. Vigh, P. Eckerstorfer, E. Kiss, H. Stockinger, G. J. Schütz

    J. Biol. Chem. 285 (2010) 41765-41771

    Imaging of mobile long-lived nanoplatforms in the live cell plasma membrane

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  63. J. Madl, J. Weghuber, R. Fritsch, I. Derler, M. Fahrner, I. Frischauf, B. Lackner, C. Romanin, G. J. Schütz

    J. Biol. Chem. 285 (2010) 41135-41142

    Resting-state Orai1 diffuses as homotetramer in the plasma membrane of live mammalian cells

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  65. Birgit Plochberger, Thomas Stockner, Salvatore Chiantia, Mario Brameshuber, Julian Weghuber, Albin Hermetter, Petra Schwille, Gerhard J. Schütz

    Langmuir 26 (2010) 17322-17329

    Cholesterol slows down the lateral mobility of an oxidized phospholipid in a supported lipid bilayer

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  67. J. Weghuber, A. M. Lipp, J. Stadlbauer, M. C. Aichinger, V. Ruprecht, A. Sonnleitner, G. J. Schütz, T. Henics

    Cell Biol. Int. 34 (2010) 1109-1112

    Antimicrobial and immunostimulatory peptide, KLK, induces an increase in cytosolic Ca2+ concentration by mobilizing Ca2+ from intracellular stores

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  69. J. Weghuber, S. Sunzenauer, B. Plochberger, M. Brameshuber, T. Haselgrübler, G. J. Schütz

    Anal. Bioanal. Chem 397 (2010) 3339-3347

    Temporal resolution of protein-protein interactions in the live-cell plasma membrane

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  71. J. Jacak, C. Hesch, J. Hesse, G. J. Schütz

    Anal. Chem. 82 (2010) 4288-4292

    Identification of immobile single molecules using polarization-modulated asynchronous TDI-mode scanning

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  73. J. Weghuber, S. Sunzenauer, M. Brameshuber, B. Plochberger, C. Hesch, G. J. Schütz

    J. Vis. Exp. 37 (2010)

    In-vivo detection of protein-protein interactions on micro-patterned surfaces

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  75. M. Duman, M. Pfleger, R. Zhu, C. Rankl, L. A. Chtcheglova, I. Neundlinger, B. L. Bozna, B. Mayer, M. Salio, D. Shepherd, P. Polzella,
    M. Moertelmaier, G. Kada, A. Ebner, M. Dieudonne, G. J. Schütz, V. Cerundolo, F. Kienberger, P. Hinterdorfer

    Nanotechnology 21 (2010) 115504

    Improved localization of cellular membrane receptors using combined fluorescence microscopy and simultaneous topography and recognition imaging

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  77. L. Muresan, J. Jacak, E. P. Klement, J. Hesse, G. J. Schütz

    IEEE Trans. Nanotechnology 9 (2010) 51-58.

    Microarray analysis at single molecule resolution

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  79. L. Zimmermann, W. Paster, J. Weghuber, P. Eckerstorfer, H. Stockinger, G. J. Schütz

    J. Biol. Chem. 285 (2010) 6063-6070.

    Direct observation and quantitative analysis of Lck-exchange between plasma membrane and cytosol in living T cells

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  81. J. B. Huppa, M. Axmann, M. A. Mörtelmaier, B. F. Lillemeier, E. W. Newell, M. Brameshuber, L. O. Klein, G. J. Schütz, M. M. Davis

    Nature 463 (2010) 963-967.

    TCR-peptide-MHC interactions in situ show accelerated kinetics and increased affinity

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  83. V. Ruprecht, M. Brameshuber, G. J. Schütz

    Soft Matter 6 (2010) 568-581.

    Two-color single molecule tracking combined with photobleaching for the detection of rare molecular interactions in fluid biomembranes

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  85. S. Wieser, J. Weghuber, M. Sams, H. Stockinger, G. J. Schütz

    Soft Matter 5 (2009) 3287-3294.

    Cell-to-cell variability in the diffusion constants of the plasma membrane proteins CD59 and CD147

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  87. C. Hesch, J. Hesse, J. Jacak, G. J. Schütz

    J. Microscopy 234 (2009) 251-254.

    Two-Stage focus hold system for rapid ultra-sensitive readout of large area biochips

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  89. M. Brameshuber, M. Schwarzenbacher, M. Kaltenbrunner, C. Hesch, W. Paster, J. Weghuber, B. Heise, A. Sonnleitner, H. Stockinger, G. J. Schütz

    Nat. Methods 6(2009) 183-184.

    Reply to "Uncoupling diffusion and binding in FRAP experiments“

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  91. W. Paster, C. Paar, P. Eckerstorfer, A. Jakober, K. Drbal, G. J. Schütz, A. Sonnleitner, H. Stockinger

    J. Immunol. 182 (2009) 2160-2167.

    Genetically encoded Förster Resonance Energy Transfer sensors for the conformation of the Src family kinase Lck

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  93. S. Rhode, R. Grurl, M. Brameshuber, A. Hermetter, G. J. Schütz

    J Biol Chem 284 (2009) 2258-2265.

    Plasma membrane fluidity affects transient immobilization of oxidized phospholipids in endocytotic sites for subsequent uptake

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  95. M. Schwarzenbacher, M. Kaltenbrunner, M. Brameshuber, C. Hesch, W. Paster, J. Weghuber, B. Heise, A. Sonnleitner, H. Stockinger, G. J. Schütz

    Nat. Methods 5 (2008) 1053-1060.

    Micropatterning for quantitative analysis of protein-protein interactions in living cells

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  97. S. Wieser, M. Axmann, Gerhard J. Schütz

    Biophys. J. 95 (2008) 5988-6001.

    Versatile Analysis of Single Molecule Tracking Data by Comprehensive Testing against Monte Carlo Simulations

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  99. Peter Veranic, Marusa Lokar, Gerhard J. Schütz, Julian Weghuber, Stefan Wieser, Henry Hagerstrand, Veronika Kralj-Iglic, Ales Iglic

    Biophys J. 95 (2008) 4416-4425

    Different types of cell-to-cell connections mediated by nanotubular structures

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  101. Clemens Hesch, Jan Hesse, Gerhard J. Schütz

    Biosens. Bioelectr. 23 (2008) 1891-1895.

    Implementation of alternating excitation schemes in a biochip-reader for quasi-simultaneous multi-color single-molecule detection

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  103. C. Paar, W. Paster, H. Stockinger, G. J. Schütz, M. Sonnleitner, A. Sonnleitner

    Cytometry A 73 (2008) 442-450.

    High Throughput FRET Screening of the Plasma Membrane Based on TIRFM

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  105. S. Wieser, G. J. Schütz, M. E. Cooper, H. Stockinger

    Appl. Phys. Lett. 91 (2007) 233901.

    Single Molecule Diffusion Analysis on Cellular Nanotubules: Implications on Plasma Membrane Structure below the Diffraction-Limit

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  107. H. Krobath, G.J. Schütz, R. Lipowsky, T.R. Weikl

    Europhys. Lett. 78 (2007) 38003.

    Lateral diffusion of receptor-ligand bonds in membrane adhesion zones: Effect of thermal membrane roughness

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  109. J.Hesse, J.Jacak, G.Regl, T.Eichberger, F.Aberger, R.Schlapak, S.Howorka, L.Muresan, A.-M.Frischauf, G.J.Schütz

    Proc. SPIE, 6444 (2007) 64440F.

    Single molecule fluorescence microscopy for ultra-sensitive RNA expression profiling

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  111. Karel Drbal, Manuel Moertelmaier, Christa Holzhauser, Arshad Muhammad, Elke Fürtbauer, Stefan Howorka, Maria Hinterberger, Hannes Stockinger, Gerhard J. Schütz

    Int. Immunol. 19 (2007) 675-684.

    Single molecule microscopy reveals heterogeneous dynamics of lipid raft components upon T cell receptor engagement

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  113. Stefan Wieser, Manuel Moertelmaier, Elke Fürtbauer, Hannes Stockinger, Gerhard J. Schütz

    Biophys. J. 92 (2007) 3719-3728.

    (Un)confined Diffusion of CD59 in the Plasma Membrane determined by High-resolution Single Molecule Microscopy

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  115. T.A.Pagler, S.Golsabahi, M.Doringer, S.Rhode, G.J.Schütz, M.Pavelka, C. Wadsack, M.Gauster, A.Lohninger, H.Laggner, W.Strobl, H.Stangl

    J. Biol. Chem. 281 (2006) 38159-38171.

    A Chinese hamster ovarian cell line imports cholesterol by high density lipoprotein degradation

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  117. J.Hesse, J.Jacak, M.Kasper, G.Regl, T.Eichberger, M.Winklmayr, F.Aberger, M.Sonnleitner, R.Schlapak, S.Howorka, L.Muresan, A.-M.Frischauf, G.J.Schütz

    Genome Res. 16 (2006) 1041-1045.

    RNA expression profiling at the single molecule level

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  119. J.Madl, S.Rhode, H.Stangl, H.Stockinger, P.Hinterdorfer, G.J.Schütz, G.Kada

    Ultramicroscopy 106 (2006) 645-651.

    A Combined Optical and Atomic Force Microscope for Live Cell Investigations

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  121. T.A.Pagler, S.Rhode, A.Neuhofer, H.Laggner, W.Strobl, C.Hinterndorfer, I.Volf, M.Pavelka, E.R.M.Eckhardt, D.van der Westenhuyzen, G.J.Schütz, H.Stangl

    J. Biol. Chem. 281 (2006) 11193-11204.

    SR-BI mediated HDL endocytosis leads to HDL resecretion facilitating cholesterol efflux

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  123. M.Moertelmaier, M. Brameshuber, M. Linimeier, G. J. Schütz, H. Stockinger

    Appl. Phys. Lett. 87 (2005) 263903.

    Thinning Out Clusters while Conserving Stoichiometry of Labeling

    This paper has been included in the January 1, 2006 issue of Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research.

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  125. M.Sonnleitner, G.Freudenthaler, J.Hesse, G.J.Schütz

    Proc. SPIE 5699 (2005) 202-210.

    High-throughput scanning with single-molecule sensitivity

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  127. J.Jacak, J.Hesse, C.Hesch, M.Kasper, F.Aberger, A.Frischauf, M.Sonnleitner, G.Freudenthaler, S.Howorka, G.J.Schütz

    Proc. SPIE 5699 (2005) 442-449.

    Ultrasensitive DNA detection on microarrays

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  129. E.Füreder-Kitzmüller, J.Hesse, A.Ebner, H.J.Gruber, G.J.Schütz

    Chem.Phys.Lett. 404 (2005) 13-18.

    Non-exponential bleaching of single bioconjugated Cy5 molecules

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  131. J.Hesse, M.Sonnleitner, A.Sonnleitner, G.Freudenthaler, J.Jacak, O.Höglinger, H.Schindler, G.J.Schütz

    Anal.Chem. 76 (2004) 5960-5964.

    Single molecule reader for high-throughput bioanalysis

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  133. S.Rhode, A.Breuer, J.Hesse, M.Sonnleitner, T.A.Pagler, M.Doringer, G.J.Schütz, H.Stangl

    Cell Biochem.Biophys. 41 (2004) 343-356.

    Visualization of the uptake of individual HDL particles in living cells via the scavenger receptor class B type I

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  135. E.Umlauf, E.Csaszar, M.Mörtelmaier, G.J.Schütz, R.G.Parton, R.Prohaska

    J.Biol.Chem. 279 (2004) 23699 – 23709.

    Association of Stomatin with Lipid Bodies</a</p>

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  137. G.J.Schütz, M.Axmann, S.Freudenthaler, H.Schindler, K.Kandror, J.C.Roder, A.Jeromin

    Microsc.Res.Tech. 63 (2004) 159-167.

    Visualization of vesicle transport along and between distinct pathways in neurites of living cells

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  139. G.Staffler, A.Szekeres, G.J.Schütz, M.D.Säemann, E.Prager, M.Zeyda, K.Drbal, G.J.Zlabinger, T.M.Stulnig, H.Stockinger

    J.Immunol. 171 (2003) 1707-1714.

    Selective Inhibition of T Cell Activation via CD147 through novel Modulation of Lipid Rafts

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  141. W.Baumgartner, G.J.Schütz, J.Wiegand, N.Golenhofen, D.Drenckhahn

    J.Cell Sci. 116 (2003) 1001-1011.

    Cadherin Function probed by Laser Tweezer and Single Molecule Fluorescence in Vascular Endothelial Cells

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  143. V. Borisenko, T. Lougheed, J. Hesse, E. Füreder-Kitzmüller, N. Fertig, J. Behrends, A. Woolley, G.J. Schütz

    Biophys.J. 84 (2003) 612-622.

    Simultaneous Optical and Electrical Recording of Single Gramicidin Channels

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  145. Manuel Mörtelmaier, Eva J. Kögler, Jan Hesse, Max Sonnleitner, Lukas A. Huber, Gerhard J. Schütz

    Single Mol. 3 (2002) 225-231.

    Single Molecule Microscopy in Living Cells: Subtraction of Autofluorescence Based on Two Color Recording

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  147. Wolfgang Drobnik, Hana Borsukova, Alfred Böttcher, Alexandra Pfeiffer, Gerhard Liebisch, Gerhard J. Schütz, Hansgeorg Schindler, Gerd Schmitz

    Traffic 3 (2002) 268-278.

    Apo AI/ABCA1-Dependent and HDL3-Mediated Lipid Efflux from Compositionally Distinct Cholesterol-Based Microdomains

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  149. B.Pragl, A.Koschak, M.Trieb, G.Obermaier, W.A.Kaufmann, U.Gerster, E.Blanc, C.Hahn, H.Prinz, G.J.Schütz, H.Darbon, H.J.Gruber, H.-G.Knaus

    Bioconjugate Chem. 13 (2002) 416-425.

    Synthesis, characterization and application of Cy-dye- and Alexa-dye-labeled hongotoxin1 analogues – the first high affinity fluorescence probes for voltage-gated K+ channels

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  151. G.Freudenthaler, M.Axmann, H.Schindler, B.Pragl, H.-G.Knaus, G.J.Schütz

    Histochem.Cell Biol. 117 (2002) 197-202.

    Ultrasensitive pharmacological characterization of the voltage-gated potassium

    channel KV1.3 studied by single molecule fluorescence microscopy

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  153. A.Pfeiffer, A.Böttcher, E.Orsó, M.Kapinsky, P.Nagy, A.Bodnár, I.Spreitzer, G.Liebisch, W.Drobnik, K.Gempel, M.Horn, S.Holmer, T.Hartung,
    G.Multhoff, G.J.Schütz, H.Schindler, A.J.Ulmer, H.Heine, F.Stelter, C.Schütt, G.Rothe, J.Szöllôsi, S.Damjanovich and G.Schmitz

    Eur.J.Immunol. 31 (2001) 3153-3164.

    Lipopolysaccharide and ceramide docking to CD14 provokes ligand-specific receptor clustering in rafts

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  155. A.Pfeiffer, M.Kapinsky, E.Orsó, G.J.Schütz, H.Schindler, P.Nagy, G.Rothe, J.Szöllösi, S.Damjanovich, and G.Schmitz

    Single Mol. 2 (2001) 113-115.

    The Cholesterol Content of the Plasma Membrane as a Regulator of CD14 Dependent Signal Transduction

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  157. W.Trabesinger, B.Hecht, U.P.Wild, G.J.Schütz, H.Schindler, and Th.Schmidt

    Anal.Chem. 73 (2001) 1100-1105.

    Statistical Analysis of Single-Molecule Colocalization Assays

  158.  

  159. B.Immitzer, Ch.Etzlstorfer, R.A.Obermüller, M.Sonnleitner, G.J.Schütz, H.Falk

    Monatsh.Chem. 131 (2000) 1039-1045.

    On the Photochemical Proton Expulsion Capability of Fringelite D – a Model of the Protist Photosensory Pigments of the Stentorin and Blepharismin Types

  160.  

  161. G.J.Schütz, J.Hesse, G.Freudenthaler, V.Ph.Pastushenko, H.-G.Knaus, B.Pragl, H.Schindler

    Single Mol. 1 (2000) 153-157.

    3D Mapping of Individual Ion Channels on Living Cells

  162.  

  163. G.J.Schütz, G.Kada, V.Ph.Pastushenko, and H.Schindler

    EMBO J. 19 (2000) 892-901.

    Properties of lipid microdomains in a muscle cell membrane visualized by single molecule microscopy

  164.  

  165. G.J.Schütz, V.Ph.Pastushenko, H.J.Gruber, H.-G.Knaus, B.Pragl, and H.Schindler

    Single Mol. 1 (2000) 25-31.

    3D Imaging of Individual Ion Channels in Live Cells at 40nm Resolution

  166.  

  167. A.Sonnleitner, G.J.Schütz, and Th.Schmidt

    Biophys.J. 77 (1999) 2638-2642.

    Free Brownian Motion of Individual Lipid Molecules in Biomembranes

  168.  

  169. G.S.Harms, M.Sonnleitner, G.J.Schütz, H.J.Gruber, and Th.Schmidt

    Biophys.J. 77 (1999) 2864-2870.

    Single-Molecule Anisotropy Imaging

  170.  

  171. M.Sonnleitner, G.J.Schütz, and Th.Schmidt

    Chem.Phys.Lett. 300 (1999) 221-226.

    Imaging Individual Molecules by Two-photon Excitation

  172.  

  173. R.A.Obermüller, G.J.Schütz, H.J.Gruber, and H.Falk

    Monatsh.Chem. 130 (1999) 275-281.

    Concerning regioselective photochemical intermolecular proton transfer from Hypericin

  174.  

  175. W.Trabesinger, G.J.Schütz, H.J.Gruber, H.Schindler, and Th.Schmidt

    Anal.Chem. 71(1999) 279-283.

    Detection of Individual Oligonucleotide Pairing by Single-Molecule Microscopy

  176.  

  177. G.J.Schütz, W. Trabesinger and Th.Schmidt

    Biophys.J. 74(1998) 2223-2226.

    Direct Observation of Ligand Colocalization on Individual Receptor Molecules

  178.  

  179. G.J.Schütz, H.Schindler, and Th.Schmidt

    Biophys.J. 73(1997) 1073-1080.

    Single-Molecule Microscopy on Model Membranes Reveals Anomalous Diffusion

  180.  

  181. G.J.Schütz, H.J.Gruber, H.Schindler, and Th.Schmidt

    J.Luminescence 72-74(1997) 18-21.

    Fluorophores for Single-Molecule Microscopy

  182.  

  183. G.J.Schütz, H.Schindler, and Th.Schmidt

    Opt.Lett. 22(1997) 651-653.

    Imaging Single-Molecule Dichroism

  184.  

  185. Th.Schmidt, G.J.Schütz, H.J.Gruber, and H.Schindler

    Anal.Chem. 68(1996) 4397-4401.

    Local Stoichiometries Determined by Counting Individual Molecules

  186.  

  187. Th.Schmidt, G.J.Schütz, W.Baumgartner, H.J.Gruber, and H.Schindler

    J.Phys.Chem. 99(1995) 17662-17668.

    Characterization of Photophysics and Mobility of Single Molecules in a Fluid Lipid Membrane

  188.  

  189. Th. Schmidt, G.J. Schütz, W. Baumgartner H.J. Gruber, and H. Schindler

    Proc.Natl.Acad.Sci. USA 93(1996) 2926-2929.

    Imaging of Single Molecule Diffusion

  190.