Tim Diederichs
Tim Diederichs
PhD-student, Goethe University Frankfurt, Institute for Biochemistry, Biocenter
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Synthetic protein-conductive membrane nanopores built with DNA
T Diederichs, G Pugh, A Dorey, Y Xing, JR Burns, Q Hung Nguyen, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-11, 2019
Redox-sensitive GFP fusions for monitoring the catalytic mechanism and inactivation of peroxiredoxins in living cells
V Staudacher, M Trujillo, T Diederichs, TP Dick, R Radi, B Morgan, ...
Redox biology 14, 549-556, 2018
Transparent nanopore cavity arrays enable highly parallelized optical studies of single membrane proteins on chip
T Diederichs, QH Nguyen, M Urban, R Tampé, M Tornow
Nano letters 18 (6), 3901-3910, 2018
Thermodynamic basis for conformational coupling in an ATP-Binding cassette exporter
K Barth, M Rudolph, T Diederichs, TF Prisner, R Tampé, B Joseph
The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 11 (19), 7946-7953, 2020
Single Cell-like systems reveal active unidirectional and Light-Controlled transport by nanomachineries
T Diederichs, R Tampe
ACS nano 15 (4), 6747-6755, 2021
Principles of Small-Molecule Transport through Synthetic Nanopores
T Diederichs, K Ahmad, JR Burns, QH Nguyen, ZS Siwy, M Tornow, ...
ACS nano 15 (10), 16194-16206, 2021
Reiser, D.
D Reiser, J Fereiro, M Tornow, D Chryssikos, JM Dlugosch, JA Fereiro, ...
Nano Lett 21 (6), 2666-2674, 2021
Membrane-suspended nanopores in microchip arrays for stochastic transport recording and sensing
T Diederichs, R Tampé
Frontiers in Nanotechnology 3, 703673, 2021
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