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Active probing of the mechanical properties of biological and synthetic vesicles

Control of septum thickness by the curvature of SepF polymers

Fluctuating nonlinear spring theory: Strength, deformability, and toughness of biological nanoparticles from theoretical reconstruction of force-deformation spectra

Physics of viral dynamics

Reversibly photo-modulating mechanical stiffness and toughness of bioengineered protein fibers

Single Cell Reactomics: Real-Time Single-Cell Activation Kinetics of Optically Trapped Macrophages

The ESCRT-III isoforms CHMP2A and CHMP2B display different effects on membranes upon polymerization

Author Correction: Human ESCRT-III polymers assemble on positively curved membranes and induce helical membrane tube formation

Cancer-ID: Toward Identification of Cancer by Tumor-Derived Extracellular Vesicles in Blood

Caught in the Act: Mechanistic Insight into Supramolecular Polymerization-Driven Self-Replication from Real-Time Visualization

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Physical virology shows the dynamics of virus reproduction

Details of Virus Reproduction Revealed by Physics