Nurit Ashkenasy
Nurit Ashkenasy
Professor of Materials Engineering, Ben Gurion University of the Negev
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Recognizing a single base in an individual DNA strand: a step toward DNA sequencing in nanopores
N Ashkenasy, J Sánchez‐Quesada, H Bayley, MR Ghadiri
Angewandte Chemie 117 (9), 1425-1428, 2005
Design of self‐assembling peptide nanotubes with delocalized electronic states
N Ashkenasy, WS Horne, MR Ghadiri
Small 2 (1), 99-102, 2006
Modulating charge transfer through cyclic d, l‐α‐peptide self‐assembly
WS Horne, N Ashkenasy, MR Ghadiri
Chemistry–A European Journal 11 (4), 1137-1144, 2005
Surface states and photovoltaic effects in CdSe quantum dot films
L Kronik, N Ashkenasy, M Leibovitch, E Fefer, Y Shapira, S Gorer, ...
Journal of the Electrochemical Society 145 (5), 1748, 1998
Surface photovoltage spectroscopy study of reduced and oxidized nanocrystalline TiO2 films
A Rothschild, A Levakov, Y Shapira, N Ashkenasy, Y Komem
Surface science 532, 456-460, 2003
Electronic and transport properties of reduced and oxidized nanocrystalline films
A Rothschild, Y Komem, A Levakov, N Ashkenasy, Y Shapira
Applied physics letters 82 (4), 574-576, 2003
Charge transport in vertically aligned, self-assembled peptide nanotube junctions
M Mizrahi, A Zakrassov, J Lerner-Yardeni, N Ashkenasy
Nanoscale 4 (2), 518-524, 2012
Quantitative evaluation of chemisorption processes on semiconductors
A Rothschild, Y Komem, N Ashkenasy
Journal of applied physics 92 (12), 7090-7097, 2002
Transient fibril structures facilitating nonenzymatic self-replication
B Rubinov, N Wagner, M Matmor, O Regev, N Ashkenasy, G Ashkenasy
ACS nano 6 (9), 7893-7901, 2012
Conductance of amyloid β based peptide filaments: structure–function relations
M Amit, G Cheng, IW Hamley, N Ashkenasy
Soft Matter 8 (33), 8690-8696, 2012
De novo designed coiled-coil proteins with variable conformations as components of molecular electronic devices
C Shlizerman, A Atanassov, I Berkovich, G Ashkenasy, N Ashkenasy
Journal of the American Chemical Society 132 (14), 5070-5076, 2010
Tailor‐made functional peptide self‐assembling nanostructures
M Amit, S Yuran, E Gazit, M Reches, N Ashkenasy
Advanced Materials 30 (41), 1707083, 2018
Hybrid proton and electron transport in peptide fibrils
M Amit, S Appel, R Cohen, G Cheng, IW Hamley, N Ashkenasy
Advanced Functional Materials 24 (37), 5873-5880, 2014
Building Logic into Peptide Networks: Bottom‐Up and Top‐Down
G Ashkenasy, Z Dadon, S Alesebi, N Wagner, N Ashkenasy
Israel Journal of Chemistry 51 (1), 106-117, 2011
The controlled fabrication of nanopores by focused electron-beam-induced etching
M Yemini, B Hadad, Y Liebes, A Goldner, N Ashkenasy
Nanotechnology 20 (24), 245302, 2009
Introducing charge transfer functionality into prebiotically relevant β-sheet peptide fibrils
D Ivnitski, M Amit, B Rubinov, R Cohen-Luria, N Ashkenasy, G Ashkenasy
Chemical Communications 50 (51), 6733-6736, 2014
The strong influence of structure polymorphism on the conductivity of peptide fibrils
D Ivnitski, M Amit, O Silberbush, Y Atsmon‐Raz, J Nanda, R Cohen‐Luria, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 55 (34), 9988-9992, 2016
Sequence dependent proton conduction in self-assembled peptide nanostructures
JL Yardeni, M Amit, G Ashkenasy, N Ashkenasy
Nanoscale 8 (4), 2358-2366, 2016
Surface photovoltage spectroscopy of an InGaAs/GaAs/AlGaAs single quantum well laser structure
N Ashkenasy, M Leibovitch, Y Shapira, FH Pollak, GT Burnham, X Wang
Journal of applied physics 83 (2), 1146-1149, 1998
Reconstructing solid state nanopore shape from electrical measurements
Y Liebes, M Drozdov, YY Avital, Y Kauffmann, H Rapaport, WD Kaplan, ...
Applied Physics Letters 97 (22), 223105, 2010
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