Christine Gräfe

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Simultaneous electroencephalography (EEG) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) has become a widely used application in spite of EEG perturbations due to electromagnetic interference in the MR environment. The most prominent and disturbing artifacts in the EEG are caused by the alternating magnetic fields (gradients) of the MR scanner. Different(More)
MOTIVATION In order to assess the stability of DNA-DNA hybridizations-for example during PCR primer design or oligonucleotide selection for microarrays-one needs to predict the change in Gibbs free energy DeltaG during hybridization. The nearest neighbor model provides a good compromise between accuracy and computational simplicity for this task. To(More)
Nanoparticles experience increasing interest for a variety of medical and pharmaceutical applications. When exposing nanomaterials, e.g., magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (MNP), to human blood, a protein corona consisting of various components is formed immediately. The composition of the corona as well as its amount bound to the particle surface is(More)
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