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17.) M. Radmacher 

Enzymatic Nanolithography

in Handbook of Nanophysics. K. Sattler, Editor. 2009.Taylor & Francis.

16.)  M. Radmacher

Studying the mechanics of cellular processes by atomic force microscopy

in Cell Mechanics, Y.-l. Wang and D.E. Discher, Editors. 2007, Academic Press. p. 347-372.

15.) S. Schneider, R. Matzke, M. Radmacher and H. Oberleithner

Shape and volume of living aldosterone-sensitive cells imaged with the atomic force microscope.

in Methods Mol Biol. 2004, p.255-279.

14.) L. Treccani, S. Khoshnavaz, S. Blank, K. von Roden, U. Schulz, I. Weiss, K. Mann, M. Radmacher, M. Fritz.

Biomineralizing proteins, with empasis on invertebrate mineralized structures

in Biopolymers, S. Fahnestock, Editor. 2003, Wiley-VCH: Weinheim. p. 289-321.

13.) M. Radmacher
Measuring the elastic properties of living cells by AFM
in Methods in Cell Biology: Atomic Force Microscopy, ed. by B. Jena and H. Hörber, Academic Press 2002.

12.) Domke, J., C. Rotsch, P.K. Hansma, K. Jacobson, and M. Radmacher.

Atomic Force Microscopy of Soft Samples: Gelatin and Living Cells.

in ACS - Polymers in AFM. 1996. Orlando: ACS.

11.) Radmacher, M., M. Fritz, C.F. Schmidt, M.W. Allersma, R. Giesselmann, and P.K. Hansma.

Imaging adhesion forces on proteins with the atomic force microscope.

in Scanning Probe Microscopies III. 1995. San Jose: SPIE.

10.) Radmacher, M., M. Fritz, and P.K. Hansma.

Imaging lysozyme adsorbed on mica by Atomic Force Microscopy.

in Procedures in Scanning Probe Microscopies, R. Colton, et al., Editors. 1995, John Wiley & Sons: Sussex.

9.) Radmacher, M., M. Fritz, J.P. Cleveland, and P.K. Hansma

Tapping mode in liquids.

in Procedures in Scanning Probe Microscopies, R. Colton, et al., Editors. 1995, John Wiley & Sons: Sussex.

8.) Kacher, C.M., M. Fritz, M. Radmacher, T. Schaeffer, M. Allersma, C.F. Schmidt, and P.K. Hansma.

Simple procedure for preparation of positively charged silanated surfaces.

in Procedures in Scanning Probe Microscopies, R. Colton, et al., Editors. 1995, John Wiley & Sons: Sussex.

7.) Fritz, M., M. Radmacher, N. Peterson, and H.E. Gaub.

Preparation of magnetotactical bacterias for AFM imaging.

in Procedures in Scanning Probe Microscopies, R. Colton, et al., Editors. 1995, John Wiley & Sons: Sussex.

6.) Fritz, M., M. Radmacher, P. Janmey, and P.K. Hansma.

Imaging actin by atomic force microscopy.

in Procedures in Scanning Probe Microscopies, R. Colton, et al., Editors. 1995, John Wiley & Sons: Sussex.

5.) Fritz, M., M. Radmacher, and H.E. Gaub.

Preparation of activated platelets for AFM imaging.

in Procedures in Scanning Probe Microscopies, R. Colton, et al., Editors. 1995, John Wiley & Sons: Sussex.

4.) Fritz, M., M. Radmacher, J.P. Cleveland, P.K. Hansma, M.W. Alllersma, R.J. Stewart, and C.F. Schmidt.

Imaging microtubules under physiological conditions with a atomic force microscope.

Biophys. J., 1995. 68(2): p. A288.

3.) Fritz, M., M. Radmacher, J.P. Cleveland, M. Allersma, C.F. Schmidt, and P.K. Hansma.

Imaging microtubules by atomic force microscopy.

in Procedures in Scanning Probe Microscopies, R. Colton, et al., Editors. 1995, John Wiley & Sons: Sussex.

2.) Fritz, M., M. Radmacher, M.W. Allersma, J.P. Cleveland, R.J. Steward, P.K. Hansma, and C.F. Schmidt.

Imaging microtubules using Tapping Mode in Liquids Atomic Force Microscopy.

in Scanning Probe Microscopies III. 1995. San Jose: SPIE.

1.) Radmacher, M., R.M. Zimmermann, and H.E. Gaub.

Does the scanning force microscope resolve individual lipid molecules?

in The Structure and Conformation of Amphiphilic Membranes, R. Lipowski, D. Richter, and K. Kremer, Editors. 1992, Springer: Berlin. p. 24-29.

77.) L. Schimmel, M. van der Stoel, C. Rianna, A.-M. van Stalborch, A. de Ligt, M. Hoogenboezem, S. Tol, J. van Rijssel, R. Szulcek, H. J. Bogaard, P. Hofmann, R.Boon, M. Radmacher, V. de Waard, S. Huveneers, J. D van Buul.
Stiffness-Induced Endothelial DLC-1 Expression Forces Leukocyte Spreading through Stabilization of the ICAM-1 Adhesome.
Cell Reports (2018).
76.) P. Kumar, C. Rianna, G. Belge, U. Mirastschijski, M. Radmacher.
Mechanical and Migratory Properties of Normal, Scar and Dupuytren Fibroblasts.
Journal of Molecular Recognition (2018).
75.) S. Joshi, C. Rianna, U. Mirastschijski, M. Radmacher.
Measuring the mechanical properties of living neonatal mouse skin tissue by atomic force microscopy.
AIP Conference Proceedings (2017).
74.) C. Rianna, P. Kumar, M. Radmacher.
The Role of the Microenvironment in the Biophysics of Cancer.
Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology (2017).
73.) H. Schillers, C. Rianna, J. Schäpe, T. Luque, H. Doschke, ..., M.Radmacher.
Standardized nanomechanical atomic force microscopy procedure (SNAP) for measuring soft and biological samples.
Scientific Reports (2017).
72.) C. Rianna, M. Radmacher.
Influence of microenvironment topography and stiffness on the mechanics and motility of normal and cancer renal cells.
Nanoscale (2017).
71.) C. Rianna, M. Radmacher.

Comparison of viscoelastic properties of cancer and normal thyroid cells on different stiffness substrates.

M. Eur Biophys J (2016).

70.) K. Apte, R. Stick, M. Radmacher.

Mechanics in human fibroblasts and progeria: Lamin A mutation E145K results in stiffening of nuclei.

J Mol Recognit. (2016).

69.) A. Yango, J. Schäpe, C. Rianna, H. Doschke, M. Radmacher.

Measuring the viscoelastic creep of soft samples by step response AFM.

Soft Matter (2016) 12, 8297-830.

68.) E. Lyapunova, A. Nikituk, Y. Bayandin, O. Naimark, C. Rianna, M. Radmacher.

Passive microrheology of normal and cancer cells after ML7 treatment by atomic force microscopy.

AIP Conf. Proc. (2016) 1760, 020046.

67.) C. Rianna, M. Radmacher.

Cell mechanics as a marker for diseases: Biomedical applications of AFM.

AIP Conf. Proc. (2016) 1760, 020057.

66.) C. Rianna, M. Ventre, S. Cavalli, M. Radmacher, PA. Netti.

Micropatterned Azopolymer Surfaces Modulate Cell Mechanics and Cytoskeleton Structure.

 ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces (2015) 7 (38), 21503–21510.

65.) M. Launspach, K. I. Gries, F. Heinemann, A. Hübner, M. Fritz, M. Radmacher.

Mapping nanomechanical properties of freshly grown, native, interlamellar organic sheets on flat pearl nacre.

Acta Biomaterialia (2014).

64.) L. M. Rebelo, J. S. de Sousa, J. M. Filho, J. Schäpe, H. Doschke and M. Radmacher.

Microrheology of Cells with Magnetic Force Modulation Atomic Force Microscopy.

Soft Matter (2014) 10, 2141-2149.

63.) L. M. Rebelo, J. S. de Sousa, J. M. Filho, and M. Radmacher.

Comparison of the viscoelastic properties of cells from different kidney cancer phenotypes measured with atomic force microscopy.
Nanotechnology (2013) 24, 055102.

62.) Braet, F. and M. Radmacher.

Foreword to the special issue on AFM in biology & bionanomedicine.

Micron (2012) 43(12), 1211.

61.) Prabhune, M., G. Belge, A. Dotzauer, J. Bullerdiek, and M. Radmacher.

Comparison of mechanical properties of normal and malignant thyroid cells.

Micron (2012) 43(12), 1267-1272.

60.) Launspach, M., K. Rückmann, et al.

Immobilisation and Characterisation of the Demineralised, Fully Hydrated Organic Matrix of Nacre - An Atomic Force Microscopy Study.
Micron (2012) 43(12), 1351-1263.

59.) Heinemann, F., H. Doschke, and M. Radmacher.

Keratocyte lamellipodial protrusion is characterized by a concave force-velocity relation.

Biophys J. (2011) 100, 1420-1427.

58.) Heinemann, F., M. Gummich, M. Radmacher, and M. Fritz.

Modification of CaCO3 precipitation rates by water-soluble nacre proteins.

Materials Science and Engineering C (2011) 31, 99-105.

57.) Kaufmann, A., F. Heinemann, M. Radmacher, and R. Stick.

Amphibian oocyte nuclei expressing lamin A with the progeria mutation E145K exhibit an increased elastic modulus.

Nucleus (2011) 2, 310-319.

56.) F. Heinemann, M. Prabhune, A. Kaufmann, and M. Radmacher.

Cellular and Nuclear Mechanics Studied by Atomic Force Microscopy.

Imaging & Microscopy (2010) 4, 22-24.

55.) Schäpe, J., S. Prausse, R. Stick, and M. Radmacher.

Elastic properties of nuclear membrane of oocytes.

Biophys. J. (2009) 96, 1-7.

54.) Martens, J. C., and M. Radmacher.

Softening of the actin cytoskeleton by inhibition of Myosin II.

Pflügers Arch - Eur J. Physiol. (2008) 456, 95-100.

53.) Prass, M., J. K., A. Mogilner, and M. Radmacher.
Direct measurement of the lamellipodial protrusive force in a migrating cell
J. Cell  Biol. (2006) 174 (6), 767-772.
52.) Arnoldi, M., T.E. Schäffer, M. Fritz, and M. Radmacher.
Direct observation of single catalytic events of chitosanase by atomic force microscopy
AZoNano - Online Journal of Nanotechnology (2005) 1(a108), 1-11.
51.) Riemenschneider, L., and M. Radmacher.
Enzyme assisted nanolithography
Nanoletters (2005) 5(9), 1643-1646.
50.) Zelenskaya, A., de Monvel, J. B., Pesen, D., Radmacher, M. Hoh, J.H., Ulfendahl, M.
Evidence for a highly elastic shell-.core organization of cochlear outer hair cells by local membrane indentation
Biophys. J. (2005) 88, 2982-2993.
49.) Schäfer, A., Radmacher M.
Influence of Myosin II activity on stiffness of fibroblast cells
Acta Biomaterialia (2005) 1,  273-280.
48.) Schäffer TE, Radmacher M, Proksch R.
Magnetic Force Gradient Mapping.
J. Appl. Physics (2003) 94(10), 6525-6532.
47.) R. Matzke, K. Jacobson and M. Radmacher.
Direct, high resolution measurement of furrow stiffening during the division of adherent cells.
Nature Cell Biol. (2001) 3(6), 607-610.
46.) N. Persike, M. Pfeiffer, R. Guckenberger, M. Radmacher and M. Fritz.
Direct observation of different surface structures on high-resolution images of native halorhodpsin.
J. Mol. Biol. (2001) 310, 773-780.
45.) C. Rotsch, K. Jacobson, J. Condeelis, M. Radmacher.
EGF-stimulated lamellipod extension in adenocarcinoma cells.
Ultramicroscopy (2000) (2001) 86, 97-106.
44.) Arnoldi M., Fritz M., Bäuerlein E., Radmacher M., Sackmann E., Boulbitch A.
Bacterial turgor pressure can be measured by atomic force microscopy.
Phys. Rev E (2000) 62(1), 1034-1044.
43.) Domke J., Dannöhl S., Parak W.J., Müller O., Aicher W.K., Radmacher M.
Substrate dependent differences in morphology and elasticity of living osteoblasts investigated by atomic force microscopy.
Colloids and Surfaces B (2000) 19, 367-379.
42.) W.J. Parak, M. George, J. Domke, M. Radmacher, J.C. Behrends, M.C. Denyer, H.E. Gaub.
Can the light-addressable potentiometric sensor (LAPS) detect extracellular potentials of cardiac myocytes?
IEEE Trans Biomed Eng (2000) 47(8), 1106-13.

41.) Schneider S.W., Pagel P., Rotsch C., Danker T., Oberleithner H., Radmacher M., Schwab A.
Volume dynamics in migrating epithelial cells measured with atomic force microscopy.

Pflügers Arch. - Eur. J. Physiol. (2000) 439, 297-303.

40.) Christian Rotsch and Manfred Radmacher.
Drug-Induced Changes of Cytoskeletal Structure and Mechanics in Fibroblasts - An Atomic Force Microscopy Study.

Biophys. J., (2000) 78, 520-535.

39.) Claudia M. Kacher, Ingrid K. Weiss, Russell J. Stewart, Christoph F. Schmidt, Paul K. Hansma , Manfred Radmacher and Monika Fritz.
Imaging Microtubules, Kinesin Decorated Microtubules Using Tapping Mode Atomic Force Microscopy in Fluids.

Europ. Biophys. J.(2000) 28(8), 611-620.

38.) M. Radmacher.
Single molecules feel the force.
Physics World (1999) 12(9), 33-37.
37.) M. Radmacher.
Kräftemessen molekular.
Nachrichten aus Chemie, Technik und Laboratorium (1999) 47(4), 391-396.
36.) J. Domke, W. J. Parak, M. George, H.E. Gaub, M. Radmacher.
Mapping the Mechanical Pulse of Single Cardiomyocytes with the Atomic Force Microscope.
European Biophysics J. (1999) 28, 179-186.

35.) W. J. Parak, J. Domke, M. George, A. Kardinal, M. Radmacher, H.E. Gaub, A.D.G. de Roos,

A.P.R. Theuvenet, G. Wiegand, E. Sackmann and J.C. Behrends.
Electrically excitable NRK fibroblasts - a new model system for cell-semiconductor hybrids.
Biophysical J. (1999) 76(3), 1659-1667.

34.) Ch. Rotsch, K. Jacobson & M. Radmacher.
Dimensional and Mechanical Dynamics of Active and Stable Edges in Motile Fibroblasts Investigated by Atomic Force Microscopy.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (1999) 96(3), 921-926.
33.) J. Domke & M. Radmacher.
Measuring the elastic properties of thin polymeric films with the AFM.
Langmuir (1998) 14(12), 3320-3325.
32.) Ch. Rotsch, F. Braet, E. Wisse, M. Radmacher.
AFM imaging and elasticity measurements on living rat liver macrophages.
Cell Biol. Int. (1997) 21(11), 685-696.
31.) F. Braet, C. Rotsch, E. Wisse and M. Radmacher.
Comparison of fixed and living endothelial cells by atomic force microscopy.
Appl. Phys. A (1997) 66, S575-S578.
30.) M. Arnoldi, C. Kacher, E. Bäuerlein, M. Radmacher and M. Fritz.
Elastic properties of the cell wall of Magnetospirillum Gryphiswaldense investigated by atomic force microscopy.
Appl. Phys. A (1997) 66, S613-S618.
29.) U.G. Hofmann, Ch. Rotsch, W. Parak, M. Radmacher.
Investigating the cytoskeleton of chicken cardiocytes with the atomic force microscope.
J. Struct. Biol. (1997) 119, 84-91.
28.) M. Radmacher.
Measuring the elastic properties of biological samples with the atomic force microscope.
IEEE Medicine and Engineering Biology (1997) 16(2), 47-57.
27.) Ch. Rotsch & M. Radmacher.
Mapping local electrostatical forces with the atomic force microscope.
Langmuir (1997), 13 (5).

26.)  Radmacher, M. and P.K. Hansma.

Modifying thin gelatin films with the AFM.

Polymer Preprints, 1996 37(2), 587-591.

25.) N. H. Thomson, M. Fritz, M. Radmacher, C. F. Schmidt, P.K. Hansma.
Protein tracking and observation of protein moton using atomic force microscopy.
Biophysical J. (1996) 70(5), 2421-2431.
24.) M. Radmacher, M. Fritz, C.M. Kacher, J.P. Cleveland, P.K. Hansma.
Measuring the viscoelastic properties of human platelets with the AFM.
Biophys. J. (1996) 70(1), 556-567.
23.) M. Fritz, M. Radmacher, J. P. Cleveland, R. Gieselmann, C. Schmidt, M. W. Allersma, R. J. Stewart, D. E. Morse and P. K. Hansma.
Imaging globular and filamentous proteins in physiological buffer solution in tapping mode atomic force microscopy.
Langmuir (1995) 11(9), 3529-3535.
22.) M. Radmacher, M. Fritz and P. K. Hansma.
Imaging soft samples with the atomic force microscope: gelatin in water and propanol.
Biophys. J (1995) 69, 264-270.
21.) P. E. Hillner, M. Radmacher and P. K. Hansma.
Combined atomic force and scanning reflection interference contrast microscopy.
Scanning (1995) 17, 144-147.
20.) M. Radmacher, J. P. Cleveland and P. K. Hansma.
Improvement of Thermally Induced Bending of Cantilevers used for AFM.
Scanning (1995) 17(2), 117-121.
19.) M. Radmacher, M. Fritz, J. P. Cleveland, D. R. Walters and P. K. Hansma.
Imaging adhesion forces and viscosity of lysozyme adsorbed on mica by atomic force microscopy.
Langmuir (1994) 10(10), 3809-3814.
18.) J. Rädler, M. Radmacher and H. E. Gaub.
Velocity-dependent forces in Atomic Force Microscopy imaging of lipid films.
Langmuir (1994) 10(9), 3111-3115.
17.) M. Radmacher, M. Fritz, H.G. Hansma, P.K. Hansma.
Direct observation of enzymatic activity with the atomic force microscopy.
Science (1994) 265, 1577-1579.
16.) M. Fritz, A.M. Belcher, M. Radmacher, D.A. Walters, P.K. Hansma, G.D. Stucky, D.E. Morse, S. Mann.
Flat Pearls: biofabrication of organized composites on abiotic substrates.
Nature (1994) 371, 49-51.
15.) M. Radmacher, P. E. Hillner and P. K. Hansma.
Scanning Nearfield Optical Microcope using microfabricated probes.
Rev. Sci. Instrum. (1994) 65(8), 2737-2738.
14.) M. Fritz, M. Radmacher and H. E. Gaub.
Visualization and identification of intracellular structures by force modulation microscopy and drug induced degradation.
J. Vac. Sci. Techn. (1994) B12(3), 1526-1529.
13.) M. Radmacher, J. P. Cleveland, M. Fritz, H. G. Hansma and P. K. Hansma.
Mapping Interaction forces with the atomic force microscope.
Biophys. J. (1994) 66(6), 2159-2165.
12.) M. Fritz, M. Radmacher and H. E. Gaub.
Granula motion and membrane spreading in activated platelets imaged by AFM.
Biophys. J. (1994) 66(5), 1328-1334.
11.) E.-L. Florin, M. Radmacher, B. Fleck and H. E. Gaub.
Atomic force microscope with direct force modulation.
Rev. Sci. Instrum. (1994) 65(3), 639-643.

10.) P. K. Hansma, J. P. Cleveland, M. Radmacher, D. A. Walters, P. E. Hillner, M. Bezanilla, M. Fritz, D. Vie, H. G. Hansma,

C. B. Prater, J. Massie, L. Fukunaga, J. Gurley and V. Elings.
Tapping mode Atomic Force Microscopy in liquids.
Appl. Phys. Lett. (1994) 64(13), 1738-1740.

9.) R. W. Tillmann, M. Radmacher, H. E. Gaub, P. Kenny and H. O. Ribi.
Monomeric and polymeric molecular films from diethylene glycol diamine pentacosadiynoic amide.
J. Phys. Chem. (1993) 97(12), 2928-2932.
8.) M. Radmacher, R. W. Tillman and H. E. Gaub.
Imaging Viscoelasticity by Force Modulation with the Atomic Force Microscope.
Biophys. J. (1993) 64, 735-742.
7.) M. Fritz, M. Radmacher and H. E. Gaub.
In Vitro activation of human platelets triggered and probed by Atomic Force Microscope.
Exp. Cell Res. (1993) 205(1), 187-190.
6.) R. W. Tillmann, M. Radmacher and H. E. Gaub.
Surface structure of hydrated amorphous silicon oxide at 3 Å resolution by scanning force microscopy.
Appl. Phys. Lett. (1992) 60(25), 3111-3113.
5.) M. Radmacher, R. W. Tillmann, M. Fritz and H. E. Gaub.
From molecules to cells: imaging soft samples with the atomic force microscope.
Science (1992) 257, 1900-1905.
4.) M. Radmacher, M. Fritz-Stephan and H. E. Gaub.
Changes in surface topology of amorphous silicon oxide and mica after ion-milling.
Pure & Appl. Chem. (1992) 64(11), 1635-1639.
3.) M. Radmacher, K. Eberle and H. E. Gaub.
An AFM with integrated micro-fluorescence optics: design and performance.
Ultramicroscopy (1992) 42-44, 968-972.
2.) B. M. Goettgens, R. W. Tillmann, M. Radmacher and H. E. Gaub.
Molecular order in polymerizable LB-films probed by microfluorescence and scanning force microscopy.
Langmuir (1992) 8(7), 1768-1774.

1.) R. M. Glaeser, A. Zilker, M. Radmacher, H. E. Gaub, T. Hartmann and W. Baumeister.
Interfacial energies and surface tension forces involved in the preparation of thin, flat crystals

of biological macromolecules for high resolution Electron Microscopy.
J. of Microscopy (1991) 161, 21-45.

2.) Riemenschneider L., Radmacher M., Enzymgestützte Nanolithographie, Deutsches Patent DE 10 2004 008 241, 7.9.2006.

1.) P. E. Hillner, M. Radmacher, P. K. Hansma "Method and Apparatus for performing near-field optical microscopy" US Patent 5,479,024, Dec. 26, 1995.

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