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Comment on" Single Crystals of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Formed by Self-Assembly". Science 300, 1236–1236 (2003).
Instantaneous Mass Profiling of Live Cells via Live Cell Interferometry. Biophysical Journal 102, 563a (2012).
Fine structure in field emission resonances at surfaces. Journal of Microscopy 152, 841–851 (1988).
Photon emission experiments with the scanning tunnelling microscope. Journal of Microscopy 152, 325–336 (1988).
Evaluation of bacteria-induced enamel demineralization using optical profilometry. dental materials 25, 1517–1526 (2009).
Nanomechanical analysis of cells from cancer patients. Nature nanotechnology 2, 780–783 (2007).
AFM-based analysis of human metastatic cancer cells. Nanotechnology 19, 384003 (2008).
Atomic force microscopy study of the structure–function relationships of the biofilm-forming bacterium Streptococcus mutans. Nanotechnology 17, S1 (2006).
Green tea extract selectively targets nanomechanics of live metastatic cancer cells. Nanotechnology 22, 215101 (2011).
Nanomechanical properties of glucans and associated cell-surface adhesion of Streptococcus mutans probed by atomic force microscopy under in situ conditions. Microbiology 153, 3124–3132 (2007).
Room-temperature repositioning of individual C60 molecules at Cu steps: Operation of a molecular counting device. Applied Physics Letters 69, 3016–3018 (1996).
Room temperature supramolecular repositioning at molecular interfaces using a scanning tunneling microscope. Surface science 371, L231–L234 (1997).
Repositioning of C\_60 molecules on surfaces at room temperature. APS March Meeting Abstracts 1, 2505 (1997).
A scanning tunneling microscopy investigation of 4, 4′-dimethylbianthrone molecules adsorbed on Cu (111). Surface science 383, 37–49 (1997).
Supramolecular assembly of individual C 60 molecules on a monolayer of 4, 4′-dimethylbianthrone molecules. Applied Physics A: Materials Science & Processing 66, S745–S748 (1998).
Manipulation of C 60 molecules on Cu (111) surfaces using a scanning tunneling microscope. Applied Physics A: Materials Science & Processing 66, S669–S673 (1998).