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Atomic Force Microscopy: An Introduction

Atypical cofilin signaling drives dendritic cell migration through the extracellular matrix via nuclear deformation

Charge of a transmembrane peptide alters its interaction with lipid membranes

Fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy of flexible and rigid dyes probes the biophysical properties of synthetic and biological membranes

Glycan-induced structural activation softens the human papillomavirus capsid for entry through reduction of intercapsomere flexibility

Host defence peptide plectasin targets bacterial cell wall precursor lipid II by a calcium-sensitive supramolecular mechanism

Kleine deeltjes, grote vragen

Light-Triggered Disassembly of Molecular Motor-based Supramolecular Polymers Revealed by High Speed-AFM

Visualizing Molecular Dynamics by High-Speed Atomic Force Microscopy

An antibiotic from an uncultured bacterium binds to an immutable target

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