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Pagano, P. C. et al. Abstract B15: Cell motility and deformability in the pathogenesis of lung cancer. Clinical Cancer Research 20, B15–B15 (2014).
Skibo, C., Schlittler, R. & Gimzewski, J. K. Adsorption behavior of HtBDC on Cu (100). ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 233, (AMER CHEMICAL SOC 1155 16TH ST, NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20036 USA, 2007).
Cross, S. E. et al. AFM-based analysis of human metastatic cancer cells. Nanotechnology 19, 384003 (2008).
áD'Arcy, J. M. & ,. Aligned carbon nanotube, graphene and graphite oxide thin films via substrate-directed rapid interfacial deposition. Nanoscale 4, 3075–3082 (2012).
Pawin, G. et al. Amplification of Conformational Effects via tert-Butyl Groups: Hexa-tert-butyl Decacyclene on Cu (100) at Room Temperature. Langmuir 29, 7309–7317 (2013).
Gimzewski, J. K., Cross, S. E., Jin, Y. & Rao, J. ANALYSIS OF EX VIVO CELLS FOR DISEASE STATE DETECTION AND THERAPEUTIC AGENT SELECTION AND MONITORING. (2008).
Joachim, C. & Gimzewski, J. K. Analysis of low-voltage I (V) characteristics of a single C60 molecule. EPL (Europhysics Letters) 30, 409 (1995).
Li, Y., Lux, R., Pelling, A. E., Gimzewski, J. K. & Shi, W. Analysis of type IV pilus and its associated motility in Myxococcus xanthus using an antibody reactive with native pilin and pili. Microbiology 151, 353–360 (2005).
Gimzewski, J. K. & Joachim, C. Answers to Question Set 4. (Submitted).
Ghoneum, M. & Gimzewski, J. Apoptotic effect of a novel kefir product, PFT, on multidrug-resistant myeloid leukemia cells via a hole-piercing mechanism. International journal of oncology 44, 830–837 (2014).
Brugger, J. P. et al. Apparatus and method for defining a pattern on a substrate. (2001).
Gerber, C., Gimzewski, J. A. M. E. S. K. A. Z. I. M. I. E. R. Z., Reihl, B. & Schlittler, R. Rudolf. Apparatus and method for spectroscopic measurement as a deflection of a bimorph carrying a sample that is heated by radiation. (1998).
Gerber, C., Gimzewski, J. A. M. E. S. K. A. Z. I. M. I. E. R. Z., Reihl, B. & Schlittler, R. Rudolf. APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR SPECTROSCOPIC MEASUREMENTS. (1996).
Gerber, C., Gimzewski, J., Reihl, B., SCHLITTLER, R. & ,. APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR SPECTROSCOPIC MEASUREMENTS. (1995).
Gimzewski, D., Kazimierz, J., Pohl, D., Dieter, W. & Duerig, D. APPARATUS FOR MANUFACTURING SURFACE STRUCTURES IN THE NANOMETER RANGE. (1989).
Lekka, M. & Laidler, P. Applicability of AFM in cancer detection. Nature nanotechnology 4, 72–72 (2009).
Reed, J. et al. Applications of imaging interferometry. SPIE Optics+ Photonics 629301–629301 (International Society for Optics and Photonics, 2006).
Lang, H. P. et al. An artificial nose based on a micromechanical cantilever array. Analytica Chimica Acta 393, 59–65 (1999).
Berndt, R. & Gimzewski, J. K. Aspects of photon emission from metallic surfaces in the scanning tunneling microscope. physica status solidi (a) 131, 31–33 (1992).
Reed, J., Hsueh, C., Mishra, B. & Gimzewski, J. K. Atomic force microscope observation of branching in single transcript molecules derived from human cardiac muscle. Nanotechnology 19, 384021 (2008).
Sharma, S., Grintsevich, E. E., Phillips, M. L., Reisler, E. & Gimzewski, J. K. Atomic force microscopy reveals drebrin induced remodeling of f-actin with subnanometer resolution. Nano letters 11, 825–827 (2010).
Cross, S. E. et al. Atomic force microscopy study of the structure–function relationships of the biofilm-forming bacterium Streptococcus mutans. Nanotechnology 17, S1 (2006).
Dürig, D., Gimzewski, D., Kazimierz, J., Rohrer, D. & ,. Atomic force sensor head for investigating the topography of a surface. (1992).
Berndt, R. et al. Atomic resolution in photon emission induced by a scanning tunneling microscope. Physical review letters 74, 102 (1995).
Rasool, H. I. et al. Atomic-scale characterization of graphene grown on copper (100) single crystals. Journal of the American Chemical Society 133, 12536–12543 (2011).