Arnd Pralle
Arnd Pralle
Professor of Physics, University at Buffalo, SUNY
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Sphingolipid–cholesterol rafts diffuse as small entities in the plasma membrane of mammalian cells
A Pralle, P Keller, EL Florin, K Simons, JKH Hörber
The Journal of cell biology 148 (5), 997-1008, 2000
11332000
A selective turn-on fluorescent sensor for imaging copper in living cells
L Zeng, EW Miller, A Pralle, EY Isacoff, CJ Chang
Journal of the American Chemical Society 128 (1), 10-11, 2006
7502006
A selective, cell-permeable optical probe for hydrogen peroxide in living cells
MCY Chang, A Pralle, EY Isacoff, CJ Chang
Journal of the American Chemical Society 126 (47), 15392-15393, 2004
5572004
Boronate-based fluorescent probes for imaging cellular hydrogen peroxide
EW Miller, AE Albers, A Pralle, EY Isacoff, CJ Chang
Journal of the American Chemical Society 127 (47), 16652-16659, 2005
5162005
Remote control of ion channels and neurons through magnetic-field heating of nanoparticles
H Huang, S Delikanli, H Zeng, DM Ferkey, A Pralle
Nature nanotechnology 5 (8), 602-606, 2010
5062010
Three‐dimensional high‐resolution particle tracking for optical tweezers by forward scattered light
A Pralle, M Prummer, EL Florin, EHK Stelzer, JKH Hörber
Microscopy research and technique 44 (5), 378-386, 1999
4331999
Analysis of a RanGTP-regulated gradient in mitotic somatic cells
P Kaláb, A Pralle, EY Isacoff, R Heald, K Weis
Nature 440 (7084), 697-701, 2006
3412006
Photonic force microscope calibration by thermal noise analysis
EL Florin, A Pralle, EHK Stelzer, JKH Hörber
Applied Physics A 66 (1), S75-S78, 1998
2981998
Photonic force microscope based on optical tweezers and two-photon excitation for biological applications
EL Florin, A Pralle, JKH Hörber, EHK Stelzer
Journal of structural biology 119 (2), 202-211, 1997
1881997
Local viscosity probed by photonic force microscopy
A Pralle, EL Florin, EHK Stelzer, JKH Hörber
Applied Physics A 66 (1), S71-S73, 1998
1431998
The orientation and molecular movement of a K+ channel voltage-sensing domain
CS Gandhi, E Clark, E Loots, A Pralle, EY Isacoff
Neuron 40 (3), 515-525, 2003
1342003
ATP-dependent membrane assembly of F-actin facilitates membrane fusion
A Jahraus, M Egeberg, B Hinner, A Habermann, E Sackman, A Pralle, ...
Molecular Biology of the Cell 12 (1), 155-170, 2001
1172001
A fluorescent probe designed for studying protein conformational change
BE Cohen, A Pralle, XJ Yao, G Swaminath, CS Gandhi, YN Jan, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (4), 965-970, 2005
1152005
Stable, high‐affinity streptavidin monomer for protein labeling and monovalent biotin detection
KH Lim, H Huang, A Pralle, S Park
Biotechnology and bioengineering 110 (1), 57-67, 2013
952013
Model driven optimization of magnetic anisotropy of exchange-coupled core–shell ferrite nanoparticles for maximal hysteretic loss
Q Zhang, I Castellanos-Rubio, R Munshi, I Orue, B Pelaz, KI Gries, ...
Chemistry of Materials 27 (21), 7380-7387, 2015
672015
Engineered streptavidin monomer and dimer with improved stability and function
KH Lim, H Huang, A Pralle, S Park
Biochemistry 50 (40), 8682-8691, 2011
522011
Magnetothermal genetic deep brain stimulation of motor behaviors in awake, freely moving mice
R Munshi, SM Qadri, Q Zhang, IC Rubio, P Del Pino, A Pralle
Elife 6, e27069, 2017
482017
Compartmentalization of the cell membrane
A Honigmann, A Pralle
Journal of molecular biology 428 (24), 4739-4748, 2016
382016
A scanning force microscope for simultaneous force and patch-clamp measurements on living cell tissues
MG Langer, W Öffner, H Wittmann, H Flösser, H Schaar, W Häberle, ...
Review of scientific instruments 68 (6), 2583-2590, 1997
331997
Random insertion of split-cans of the fluorescent protein venus into Shaker channels yields voltage sensitive probes with improved membrane localization in mammalian cells
L Jin, B Baker, R Mealer, L Cohen, V Pieribone, A Pralle, T Hughes
Journal of neuroscience methods 199 (1), 1-9, 2011
322011
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