Markus Rueckel

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Fluorescence microscopy has been widely used to explore the nanoscale world because of its superb sensitivity, but it is limited to fluorescent samples. Hence, various spectroscopic contrasts have been explored for imaging nonfluorescent species. Here we report a multiphoton microscopy based on single-beam near-degenerate four wave mixing (ND-FWM), by(More)
By combining several surface analytical tools, we show that an adsorbed layer of the protein H*Protein B prevents the adsorption of secondary proteins bovine serum albumin, casein, or collagen at low-salinity conditions and at pH 8. H*Protein B is an industrially producible fusion protein of the hydrophobin family, known for its high interfacial activity.(More)
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