Ralf Kemkemer
Ralf Kemkemer
Reutlingen University and Max Planck Institute for Medical Research
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Impact of order and disorder in RGD nanopatterns on cell adhesion
J Huang, SV Grater, F Corbellini, S Rinck, E Bock, R Kemkemer, ...
Nano letters 9 (3), 1111-1116, 2009
BCAT1 promotes cell proliferation through amino acid catabolism in gliomas carrying wild-type IDH1
M Tönjes, S Barbus, YJ Park, W Wang, M Schlotter, AM Lindroth, ...
Nature medicine 19 (7), 901-908, 2013
Perspectives on biological growth and remodeling
D Ambrosi, GA Ateshian, EM Arruda, SC Cowin, J Dumais, A Goriely, ...
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 59 (4), 863-883, 2011
Vinculin regulates the recruitment and release of core focal adhesion proteins in a force-dependent manner
A Carisey, R Tsang, AM Greiner, N Nijenhuis, N Heath, A Nazgiewicz, ...
Current biology 23 (4), 271-281, 2013
Different sensitivity of human endothelial cells, smooth muscle cells and fibroblasts to topography in the nano–micro range
SA Biela, Y Su, JP Spatz, R Kemkemer
Acta biomaterialia 5 (7), 2460-2466, 2009
Two characteristic regimes in frequency-dependent dynamic reorientation of fibroblasts on cyclically stretched substrates
S Jungbauer, H Gao, JP Spatz, R Kemkemer
Biophysical journal 95 (7), 3470-3478, 2008
Impact of tumor cell cytoskeleton organization on invasiveness and migration: a microchannel-based approach
CG Rolli, T Seufferlein, R Kemkemer, JP Spatz
PLoS One 5 (1), e8726, 2010
Switchable adhesive substrates: revealing geometry dependence in collective cell behavior
CG Rolli, H Nakayama, K Yamaguchi, JP Spatz, R Kemkemer, ...
Biomaterials 33 (8), 2409-2418, 2012
Force-induced cell polarisation is linked to RhoA-driven microtubule-independent focal-adhesion sliding
AM Goldyn, BA Rioja, JP Spatz, C Ballestrem, R Kemkemer
Journal of cell science 122 (20), 3644-3651, 2009
Myoblast morphology and organization on biochemically micro-patterned hydrogel coatings under cyclic mechanical strain
WW Ahmed, T Wolfram, AM Goldyn, K Bruellhoff, BA Rioja, M Möller, ...
Biomaterials 31 (2), 250-258, 2010
Cellular chemomechanics at interfaces: sensing, integration and response
PP Girard, EA Cavalcanti-Adam, R Kemkemer, JP Spatz
Soft Matter 3 (3), 307-326, 2007
Elastic properties of nematoid arrangements formed by amoeboid cells
R Kemkemer, D Kling, D Kaufmann, H Gruler
The European Physical Journal E 1, 215-225, 2000
Cyclic tensile strain controls cell shape and directs actin stress fiber formation and focal adhesion alignment in spreading cells
AM Greiner, H Chen, JP Spatz, R Kemkemer
PloS one 8 (10), e77328, 2013
Increased noise as an effect of haploinsufficiency of the tumor-suppressor gene neurofibromatosis type 1 in vitro
R Kemkemer, S Schrank, W Vogel, H Gruler, D Kaufmann
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (21), 13783-13788, 2002
Cancer cells invade confined microchannels via a self-directed mesenchymal-to-amoeboid transition
AW Holle, N Govindan Kutty Devi, K Clar, A Fan, T Saif, R Kemkemer, ...
Nano letters 19 (4), 2280-2290, 2019
Active mechanics and dynamics of cell spreading on elastic substrates
N Nisenholz, K Rajendran, Q Dang, H Chen, R Kemkemer, R Krishnan, ...
Soft matter 10 (37), 7234-7246, 2014
MicroRNA-182 promotes leptomeningeal spread of non-sonic hedgehog-medulloblastoma
AHC Bai, T Milde, M Remke, CG Rolli, T Hielscher, YJ Cho, M Kool, ...
Acta neuropathologica 123, 529-538, 2012
Cell Shape Normalization, Dendrite Orientation, and Melanin Production of Normal and Genetically Altered (Haploinsufficient NF1)‐Melanocytes by Microstructured Substrate …
S Jungbauer, R Kemkemer, H Gruler, D Kaufmann, JP Spatz
ChemPhysChem 5 (1), 85-92, 2004
Cyclic stretch induces cell reorientation on substrates by destabilizing catch bonds in focal adhesions
B Chen, R Kemkemer, M Deibler, J Spatz, H Gao
PloS one 7 (11), e48346, 2012
Actin fusion proteins alter the dynamics of mechanically induced cytoskeleton rearrangement
M Deibler, JP Spatz, R Kemkemer
PloS one 6 (8), e22941, 2011
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