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Publikationen des SFB TRR 102

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  1. C. Appiah, K. R. Siefermann, M. Jorewitz, H. Barqawi, and W. H. Binder,
    Synthesis and characterization of new photoswitchable azobenzene-containing poly(epsilon-caprolactones)
    RSC Adv. 6, 6358 (2016) [A03]

  2. M. Pulst, J. Balko, Y. Golitsyn, D. Reichert, K. Busse, and J. Kressler,
    Proton conductivity and phase transitions in 1,2,3-triazole
    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 18, 6153 (2016) [B07]

  3. C. Fuchs, K. Busse, A.-K. Flieger, and J. Kressler,
    Polymer Crystallization on the Surface of Water or Aqueous Salt Solution
    Chem Eng Technol 39, 1333 (2016) [B07/B03]

  4. A. P. Bregulla, A. Würger, K. Günther, M. Mertig, and F. Cichos,
    Thermo-Osmotic Flow in Thin Films
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 116, 188303 (2016) [B10]

  5. A. M. Anton, R. Steyrleuthner, W. Kossack, D. Neher, and F. Kremer,
    Spatial Orientation and Order of Structure-Defining Subunits in Thin Films of a High Mobility n-Type Copolymer
    Macromolecules 49, 1798 (2016) [B08]

  6. F. Frenzel, M. Y. Folikumah, M. Schulz, A. M. Anton, W. H. Binder, and F. Kremer,
    Molecular Dynamics and Charge Transport in Polymeric Polyisobutylene-Based Ionic Liquids
    Macromolecules 49, 2868 (2016) [B08/A03]

  7. M. Roos, M. Ott, M. Hofmann, S. Link, E. Rössler, J. Balbach, A. Krushelnitsky, and K. Saalwächter,
    Coupling and Decoupling of Rotational and Translational Diffusion of Proteins under Crowding Conditions
    JACS 138, 10365–10372 (2016) [A08/B12]

  8. N. Neubauer, M. Tress, R. Winkler, E. U. Mapesa, W. K. Kipnusu, P. Uhlmann, and F. Kremer,
    Molecular Dynamics of Swollen Poly(2-vinylpyridine) Brushes
    Macromolecules 49, 6101−6105 (2016) [B08]

  9. M. Rothe, T. Gruber, S. Gröger, J. Balbach, K. Saalwächter and M. Roos,
    Transient binding accounts for apparent violation of the generalized Stokes–Einstein relation in crowded protein solutions
    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 18, 18006 (2016) [A08]

  10. T. Yan, K. Schröter, F. Herbst, W. H. Binder, and T. Thurn-Albrecht,
    Unveiling the molecular mechanism of self-healing in a telechelic, supramolecular polymer network
    Sci. Rep. 6, 32356 (2016) [A01/A03]

  11. M. Pagel, R. Hassert, T. John, K. Braun, M. Wiessler, B. Abel, and A. G Beck-Sickinger,
    Multifunctional Coating Improves Cell Adhesion on Titanium by using Cooperatively Acting Peptides
    Angew. Chemie Int. Ed. 55, 4826–4830 (2016) [B01]

  12. A. Böker, W. Paul,
    Wang-Landau simulations of Gō model molecules
    Eur. Phys. J. E 39, 5 (2016) [A07]

  13. W. Janke, W. Paul,
    Thermodynamics and structure of macromolecules from flat-histogram Monte Carlo simulations
    Soft Matter 12, 642 (2016) [A07/B04]

  14. Wilhelm Kossack, Anne Seidlitz, Thomas Thurn-Albrecht, and Friedrich Kremer,
    Interface and Confinement Induced Order and Orientation in Thin Films of Poly(epsilon-caprolactone)
    Macromolecules 49, 3442-3451 (2016) [B08/A01]

  15. Amit Kumar, Monika Baumann, and Jochen Balbach,
    Small Molecule Inhibited Parathyroid Hormone Mediated cAMP Response by N–Terminal Peptide Binding
    Sci. Rep. 6, 22533 (2016) [A06]

  16. Melanie Wulff, Monika Baumann, Anka Thümmler, Jay K Yadav, Liesa Heinrich, Uwe Knüpfer, Dagmar Schlenzig, Angelika Schierhorn, Jens-Ulrich Rahfeld, Uwe Horn, Jochen Balbach, Hans-Ulrich Demuth, and Marcus Fändrich,
    Enhanced Fibril Fragmentation of N-Terminally Truncated and Pyroglutamyl-Modified Abeta Peptides
    Angew. Chemie Int. Ed. 55, 5081-5084 (2016) [A06]

  17. Megan Garvey, Monika Baumann, Melanie Wulff, Senthil T Kumar, Daniel Markx, Isabel Morgado, Uwe Knüpfer, Uwe Horn, Christian Mawrin, Marcus Fändrich, and Jochen Balbach,
    Molecular architecture of Aβ fibrils grown in cerebrospinal fluid solution and in a cell culture model of Aβ plaque formation
    Amyloid 23, 76-85 (2016) [A06]

  18. Sebastian Funtan, Zhanna Evgrafova, Juliane Adler, Daniel Huster, and Wolfgang H Binder,
    Amyloid Beta Aggregation in the Presence of Temperature-Sensitive Polymers
    Polymers 8, 178 (2016) [A03/A06]

  19. Marten Villmow, Monika Baumann, Miroslav Malesevic, Rolf Sachs, Gerd Hause, Marcus Fandrich, Jochen Balbach, and Cordelia Schiene-Fischer,
    Inhibition of Aβ(1–40) fibril formation by cyclophilins
    Biochemical Journal 473, 1355-1368 (2016) [A06]

  20. Juliane Adler, Monika Baumann, Bruno Voigt, Holger A Scheidt, Debanjan Bhowmik, Tilmann Haupl, Bernd Abel, Perunthiruthy K Madhu, Jochen Balbach, Sudipta Maiti, and Daniel Huster,
    A Detailed Analysis of the Morphology of Fibrils of Selectively Mutated Amyloid β (1-40)
    ChemPhysChem 17, 2744-2753 (2016) [A06/B01]

  21. Martin Pulst, Muhammad H Samiullah, Ute Baumeister, Marko Prehm, Jens Balko, Thomas Thurn-Albrecht, Karsten Busse, Yury Golitsyn, Detlef Reichert, and Jörg Kressler,
    Crystallization of Poly(ethylene oxide) with a Well-Defined Point Defect in the Middle of the Polymer Chain
    Macromolecules 49, 6609-6620 (2016) [B07/A01]

  22. Juliane Adler, Holger A Scheidt, Katharina Lemmnitzer, Martin Krueger, and Daniel Huster,
    N-terminal lipid conjugation of amyloid beta(1–40) leads to the formation of highly ordered N-terminally extended fibrils
    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 19, 1839-1846 (2016) [A06]

  23. Anika Gladytz, Bernd Abel, and Herre Jelger Risselada,
    Gold-Induced Fibril Growth: The Mechanism of Surface-Facilitated Amyloid Aggregation
    Angew. Chemie Int. Ed. 55, 11242-11246 (2016) [B01]

  24. Tamoor Babur, Gaurav Gupta, and Mario Beiner,
    About different packing states of alkyl groups in comb-like polymers with rigid backbones
    Soft Matter 12, 8093-8097 (2016) [B14]

  25. Senbin Chen, Diana Doehler, and Wolfgang H Binder,
    Rheology of hydrogen-bonded dendritic supramolecular polymer networks in the melt state
    Polymer 107, 466-473 (2016) [A03]

  26. Senbin Chen, Bob-Dan Lechner, Annette Meister, and Wolfgang H Binder,
    Hierarchical Micelles via Polyphilic Interactions: Hydrogen-Bonded Supramolecular Dendrons and Double Immiscible Polymers
    Nano Lett 16, 1491-1496 (2016) []

  27. Senbin Chen and Wolfgang H Binder,
    Dynamic Ordering and Phase Segregation in Hydrogen-Bonded Polymers
    Accounts Chem. Res. 49, 1409-1420 (2016) [A03]

  28. Holger A Scheidt, Juliane Adler, Martin Krueger, and Daniel Huster,
    Fibrils of Truncated Pyroglutamyl-Modified A beta Peptide Exhibit a Similar Structure as Wildtype Mature A beta Fibrils
    Sci. Rep. 6, 33531 (2016) [A06]

  29. Johannes Zierenberg, Martin Marenz, and Wolfhard Janke,
    Dilute Semiflexible Polymers with Attraction: Collapse, Folding and Aggregation
    Polymers 8, 333 (2016) [B04]

  30. Suman Majumder and Wolfhard Janke,
    Evidence of aging and dynamic scaling in the collapse of a polymer
    Phys. Rev. E 93, 032506 (2016) [B04]

  31. Sanjay Kumar, Ravinder Kumar, and Wolfhard Janke,
    Periodically driven DNA: Theory and simulation
    Phys. Rev. E 93, 010402(R) (2016) [B04]

  32. Mark P Taylor, Wolfgang Paul, and Kurt Binder,
    On the polymer physics origins of protein folding thermodynamics
    J. Chem. Phys. 145, 174903 (2016) [A07]

  33. Gül Bekcioglu-Neff, Christoph Allolio, Yogesh S Desmukh, Michael Ryan Hansen, and Daniel Sebastiani,
    Dynamical Dimension to the Hofmeister Series: Insights from First-Principles Simulations
    ChemPhysChem 17, 1166-1173 (2016) [A09]

  34. Jens Balko, Andreas Rinscheid, Andreas Wurm, Christoph Schick, Ruth H. Lohwasser, Mukundan Thelakkat, Thomas Thurn-Albrecht,
    Crystallinity of Poly(3-hexylthiophene) in Thin Films Determined by Fast Scanning Calorimetry
    J Polym Sci Part B: Polym Phys 54, 1791-1801 (2016) [B03]

  35. Borja Fernańdez-d’Arlas, Jens Balko, R. Peter Baumann, Elmar Pöselt, Raphael Dabbous, Berend Eling, Thomas Thurn-Albrecht, and Alejandro J. Müller,
    Tailoring the Morphology and Melting Points of Segmented Thermoplastic Polyurethanes by Self-Nucleation
    Macromolecules 49, 7952-7964 (2016) [A01]

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