Marc Tornow
Marc Tornow
Professor, TU München
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Dynamic electrical switching of DNA layers on a metal surface
U Rant, K Arinaga, S Fujita, N Yokoyama, G Abstreiter, M Tornow
Nano Letters 4 (12), 2441-2445, 2004
Switchable DNA interfaces for the highly sensitive detection of label-free DNA targets
U Rant, K Arinaga, S Scherer, E Pringsheim, S Fujita, N Yokoyama, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (44), 17364-17369, 2007
On-chip integrated detector for analyzing fluids
K Brunner, G Abstreiter, M Tornow, S Sharma
US Patent App. 11/086,235, 2005
Organophosphonate-based PNA-functionalization of silicon nanowires for label-free DNA detection
A Cattani-Scholz, D Pedone, M Dubey, S Neppl, B Nickel, P Feulner, ...
ACS nano 2 (8), 1653-1660, 2008
Structural properties of oligonucleotide monolayers on gold surfaces probed by fluorescence investigations
U Rant, K Arinaga, S Fujita, N Yokoyama, G Abstreiter, M Tornow
Langmuir 20 (23), 10086-10092, 2004
Silicon-on-insulator biosensor device
G Abstreiter, MU Tornow, K Buchholz, SM Luber, E Sackmann, ...
US Patent 6,870,235, 2005
Electrical manipulation of oligonucleotides grafted to charged surfaces
U Rant, K Arinaga, S Fujita, N Yokoyama, G Abstreiter, M Tornow
Organic & biomolecular chemistry 4 (18), 3448-3455, 2006
Synthetic protein-conductive membrane nanopores built with DNA
T Diederichs, G Pugh, A Dorey, Y Xing, JR Burns, Q Hung Nguyen, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 5018, 2019
Dissimilar kinetic behavior of electrically manipulated single-and double-stranded DNA tethered to a gold surface
U Rant, K Arinaga, M Tornow, YW Kim, RR Netz, S Fujita, N Yokoyama, ...
Biophysical journal 90 (10), 3666-3671, 2006
Capabilities of ICP-RIE cryogenic dry etching of silicon: review of exemplary microstructures
Ü Sökmen, A Stranz, S Fündling, HH Wehmann, V Bandalo, A Bora, ...
Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering 19 (10), 105005, 2009
Anisotropic magnetoresistance of a classical antidot array
M Tornow, D Weiss, K Klitzing, K Eberl, DJ Bergman, YM Strelniker
Physical review letters 77 (1), 147, 1996
Controlling the surface density of DNA on gold by electrically induced desorption
K Arinaga, U Rant, J Knežević, E Pringsheim, M Tornow, S Fujita, ...
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 23 (3), 326-331, 2007
PNA-PEG modified silicon platforms as functional bio-interfaces for applications in DNA microarrays and biosensors
A Cattani-Scholz, D Pedone, F Blobner, G Abstreiter, J Schwartz, ...
Biomacromolecules 10 (3), 489-496, 2009
Detection and size analysis of proteins with switchable DNA layers
U Rant, E Pringsheim, W Kaiser, K Arinaga, J Knezevic, M Tornow, ...
Nano letters 9 (4), 1290-1295, 2009
The role of surface charging during the coadsorption of mercaptohexanol to DNA layers on gold: direct observation of desorption and layer reorientation
K Arinaga, U Rant, M Tornow, S Fujita, G Abstreiter, N Yokoyama
Langmuir 22 (13), 5560-5562, 2006
Silicon‐on‐Insulator Based Thin‐Film Resistor for Chemical and Biological Sensor Applications
MG Nikolaides, S Rauschenbach, S Luber, K Buchholz, M Tornow, ...
ChemPhysChem 4 (10), 1104-1106, 2003
Liquid phase sensors based on chemically functionalized GaAs/AlGaAs heterostructures
SM Luber, K Adlkofer, U Rant, A Ulman, A Gölzhäuser, M Grunze, ...
Physica E: Low-dimensional Systems and Nanostructures 21 (2-4), 1111-1115, 2004
Nanometre spaced electrodes on a cleaved AlGaAs surface
SM Luber, S Strobel, HP Tranitz, W Wegscheider, D Schuh, M Tornow
Nanotechnology 16 (8), 1182, 2005
Observation of electrostatically released DNA from gold electrodes with controlled threshold voltages
S Takeishi, U Rant, T Fujiwara, K Buchholz, T Usuki, K Arinaga, ...
The Journal of chemical physics 120 (12), 5501-5504, 2004
High-aspect-ratio nanogap electrodes for averaging molecular conductance measurements
SM Luber, F Zhang, S Lingitz, AG Hansen, F Scheliga, E Thorn-Csányi, ...
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