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2018

Franke, Christian and van de Linde, Sebastian (2018) Reply to 'Impact of optical aberrations on axial position determination by photometry'. Nature Methods, 15. pp. 990-992. ISSN 1548-7091

2017

Franke, Christian and Sauer, Markus and van de Linde, Sebastian (2017) Photometry unlocks 3D information from 2D localization microscopy data. Nature Methods, 14 (1). pp. 41-44. ISSN 1548-7091

2013

Prewitz, Marina and Seib, F Philipp and von Bonin, Malte and Friedrichs, Jens and Stißel, Aline and Niehage, Christian and Müller, Katrin and Anastassiadis, Konstantinos and Waskow, Claudia and Hoflack, Bernard and Bornhäuser, Martin and Werner, Carsten (2013) Tightly anchored tissue-mimetic matrices as instructive stem cell microenvironments. Nature Methods, 10 (8). 788–794. ISSN 1548-7091

2008

Alberti, Kristin and Davey, Ryan E and Onishi, Kento and George, Sophia and Salchert, Katrin and Seib, F Philipp and Bornhäuser, Martin and Pompe, Tilo and Nagy, Andras and Werner, Carsten and Zandstra, Peter W (2008) Functional immobilization of signaling proteins enables control of stem cell fate. Nature Methods, 5 (7). pp. 645-650.

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