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Pyne, A. et al. High-speed atomic force microscopy of dental enamel dissolution in citric acid. Archives of histology and cytology 72, 209–215 (2009).
Putterman, S. E. T. H., Gimzewski, J., Naranjo, B. & ,. Method for the production of high electric fields for pyrofusion. (2006).
Putterman, S. E. T. H., Gimzewski, J. K. & Naranjo, B. B. High energy crystal generators and their applications. (2010).
Pohl, W. Dieter, Duerig, U. Theodor & Gimzewski, J. A. M. E. S. K. A. Z. I. M. I. E. R. Z. Direct access storage unit. (1991).
Pohl, D. W., Gimzewski, J. K., Humbert, A. & Vepek, S. Surface Topography Studies Of Nanocrystalline Si by STM. 29th Annual Technical Symposium 98–101 (International Society for Optics and Photonics, 1986).
Pohl, W. D., Gimzewski, J. K. & Muralt, P. R. Method and apparatus for controlling the flying height of the head in a magnetic storage unit. (1989).
Pohl, D. W. & Gimzewski, J. K. Scanning near-field microscopies. 15th Int'l Optics in Complex Sys. Garmisch, FRG 480–484 (International Society for Optics and Photonics, 1990).
Petrou, I. et al. A breakthrough therapy for dentin hypersensitivity: how dental products containing 8% arginine and calcium carbonate work to deliver effective relief of sensitive teeth. Journal of Clinical Dentistry 20, 23 (2009).
Pelling, A. E., Sehati, S., Gralla, E. B., Valentine, J. S. & Gimzewski, J. K. Local nanomechanical motion of the cell wall of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Science 305, 1147–1150 (2004).
Pelling, A. E. et al. Distinct contributions of microtubule subtypes to cell membrane shape and stability. Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine 3, 43–52 (2007).
Pelling, A. & Gimzewski, J. Local Nanomechanical Motion In Single Cells. APS March Meeting Abstracts 1, 8009 (2004).
Pelling, A. E., Li, Y., Shi, W. & Gimzewski, J. K. Nanoscale visualization and characterization of Myxococcus xanthus cells with atomic force microscopy. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 102, 6484–6489 (2005).
Pelling, A. E., Wilkinson, P. R., Stringer, R. & Gimzewski, J. K. Dynamic mechanical oscillations during metamorphosis of the monarch butterfly. Journal of The Royal Society Interface 6, 29–37 (2009).
Pelling, A. E., Sehati, S., Gralla, E. B. & Gimzewski, J. K. Time dependence of the frequency and amplitude of the local nanomechanical motion of yeast. Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine 1, 178–183 (2005).
Pelling, A. E., Sehati, S., Gralla, E. B., Valentine, J. S. & Gimzewski, J. K. Cell Biology: Local Nanomechanical Motion of the Cell Wall of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. SCIENCE-NEW YORK THEN WASHINGTON- 1147–1149 (2004).
Pelling, A. E. et al. Self-organized and highly ordered domain structures within swarms of Myxococcus xanthus. Cell motility and the cytoskeleton 63, 141–148 (2006).
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).
Park, K. K. et al. Capacitive micromachined ultrasonic transducers for chemical detection in nitrogen. Applied Physics Letters 91, 094102 (2007).
Palanisamy, V. et al. Nanostructural and transcriptomic analyses of human saliva derived exosomes. PloS one 5, e8577 (2010).
Pagano, P. C. et al. Abstract B15: Cell motility and deformability in the pathogenesis of lung cancer. Clinical Cancer Research 20, B15–B15 (2014).
Padalia, B. D. et al. The reactions of oxygen and water with the rare-earth metals terbium to lutetium studied by x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. Surface Science 61, 468–482 (1976).