Avin Ramaiya
Avin Ramaiya
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Tug-of-war between dissimilar teams of microtubule motors regulates transport and fission of endosomes
V Soppina, AK Rai, AJ Ramaiya, P Barak, R Mallik
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (46), 19381-19386, 2009
2972009
Molecular adaptations allow dynein to generate large collective forces inside cells
AK Rai, A Rai, AJ Ramaiya, R Jha, R Mallik
Cell 152 (1-2), 172-182, 2013
2262013
Kinesin rotates unidirectionally and generates torque while walking on microtubules
A Ramaiya, B Roy, M Bugiel, E Schäffer
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (41), 10894-10899, 2017
332017
Determination of pitch rotation in a spherical birefringent microparticle
B Roy, A Ramaiya, E Schäffer
Journal of Optics 20 (3), 035603, 2018
62018
Custom-made microspheres for optical tweezers
A Jannasch, MK Abdosamadi, A Ramaiya, S De, V Ferro, A Sonnberger, ...
Optical Tweezers, 137-155, 2017
42017
Determination of twisting of kinesin molecules during stepping
B Roy, A Ramaiya, E Schäffer
Optical Manipulation and Its Applications, AM2E. 1, 2019
2019
Detecting torsional motion of kinesin motor proteins using birefringent microspheres and high-resolution optical tweezers.
AJ Ramaiya
Universität Tübingen, 2018
2018
Determination of rotation in the pitch degree of freedom for a spherical birefringent particle
B Roy, A Ramaiya, E Schäffer
Nanophotonics VII 10672, 106720P, 2018
2018
Versatile Tools towards Real Time Single Molecule Biology
J Cabanas-Danés, RPC Driessen, A Ramaiya, P Rauch, A Candelli
Biophysical Journal 114 (3), 683a, 2018
2018
Kinesin Rotates Unidirectionally while Walking on Microtubules Transferring Torque onto Cargo
A Ramaiya, B Roy, M Bugiel, E Schäffer
Biophysical Journal 114 (3), 509a-510a, 2018
2018
Molecular adaptations in dynein for generation of large forces inside cells.
A Rai, A Rai, AJ Ramaiya, R Jha, R Mallik
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL 23, 2012
2012
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