Regensburg 2010 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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BP: Fachverband Biologische Physik

BP 32: Posters: Physics of Cells

Donnerstag, 25. März 2010, 17:15–20:00, Poster B1

17:15 BP 32.1 Intra- and intercellular fluctuations in Min protein dynamics decrease with cell age — •Elisabeth Fischer-Friedrich, Giovanni Meacci, Joe Lutkenhaus, Hugues Chate, and Karsten Kruse
17:15 BP 32.2 High-speed dynamics of helical bacteria trapped in a light tube. — •Matthias Koch and Alexander Rohrbach
17:15 BP 32.3 Elucidating the interaction of misfolded proteins with the quality control machinery in the endoplasmic reticulum — •Nina Malchus and Matthias Weiss
17:15 BP 32.4 Cell Monolayer Rheology — •Mathias Sander and Albrecht Ott
17:15 BP 32.5 The contribution of microtubules to the mechanical properties of cells — •Kenechukwu David Nnetu, Tobias Kießling, Roland Stange, Anatol Fritsch, and Josef Käs
17:15 BP 32.6 The automated Microfluidic Optical Stretcher — •Roland Stange, Tobias Kiesling, Bernd Kohlstrunk, and Josef A. Käs
17:15 BP 32.7 Living cell interactions with nanostructures — •Felix Keber, Philipp Paulitschke, Eva Weig, and Doris Heinrich
17:15 BP 32.8 Relating Cell Deformability to Cell Migration — •Franziska Lautenschlaeger, Joakim da-Silva, Michael Beil, and Jochen Guck
17:15 BP 32.9 Mechanosensing by neurons and glial cells — •Kristian Franze, Hanno Svoboda, Pouria Moshayedi, Andreas F. Christ, James Fawcett, Christine E. Holt, and Jochen Guck
17:15 BP 32.10 Integrin alpha5beta1 increased cell invasion through enhanced contractile forces — •Claudia Tanja Mierke, Benjamin Frey, Martina Fellner, Martin Herrmann, and Ben Fabry
17:15 BP 32.11 Increase of cell stiffness in single muscle cells from patients with primary desminopathies — •Navid Bonakdar, Philip Kollmannsberger, Rolf Schröder, and Ben Fabry
17:15 BP 32.12 Tumor cell invasion as a random walk with density dependent diffusivity — •Claus Metzner, Julian Steinwachs, Franz Stadler, Martina Fellner, Claudia Mierke, Andreas Kronwald, Sebastian Probst, and Ben Fabry
17:15 BP 32.13 Phase Transitions in Embryonic Development: How P-Granules SegregateJöbin Gharakhani, •Clifford Brangwynne, Anthony Hyman, and Frank Jülicher
17:15 BP 32.14 High-precision tracking of sperm swimming fine-structure provides strong test of resistive force theoryBenjamin M. Friedrich, Ingmar H. Riedel-Kruse, Jonathon Howard, and •Frank Jülicher
17:15 BP 32.15 Theoretical and experimental studies of Protein Kinase C membrane translocation processes — •Martin Peglow, Mike Bonny, Heiko Rieger, Karsten Kruse, and Lars Kaestner
17:15 BP 32.16 Strain Dependent Cell Response to Optical Forces — •Tina Händler, Roland Stange, Anatol Fritsch, and Josef Käs
17:15 BP 32.17 Cellular force generation and transmission in 3T3 fibroblasts — •Florian Schlosser, Daisuke Mizuno, Florian Rehfeldt, and Christoph F. Schmidt
17:15 BP 32.18 Biomechanical Data Networks — •Tobias R. Kießling, Kenechukwu D. Nnetu, Anatol Fritsch, Roland Stange, and Josef A. Käs
17:15 BP 32.19 Quantification of hematopoietic stem cell and neutrophil chemotaxis using microstructured systems and ELISA — •Christina Leinweber, Rainer Saffrich, Anthony D. Ho, Nicole Niemeier, Katja Schmitz, Michael Grunze, and Axel Rosenhahn
17:15 BP 32.20 A precise and rapid UV laser ablation system for developmental cell biology studies — •Felix Oswald and Stephan Grill
17:15 BP 32.21 4D-Tracking of pathogens by Digital In-line Holographic Microscopy — •Sebastian Weiße, Matthias Heydt, Niko Heddergott, Markus Engstler, Michael Grunze, and Axel Rosenhahn
17:15 BP 32.22 High Resolution Growth Cone Actin Dynamics — •Melanie Knorr, Timo Betz, Daniel Koch, and Josef Käs
17:15 BP 32.23 Vinculin regulates cell mechanical properties through src phosphorylation on its lipid anchor — •Nadine Lang, Gerold Diez, Wofgang Goldmann, and Ben Fabry
17:15 BP 32.24 Interaction between nanoparticles and living cells with force spectroscopy — •Sebastian Zünkeler, Daniel Wesner, Katja Tönsing, and Dario Anselmetti
17:15 BP 32.25 Collective organization and separation of multicellular systems — •Anatol Fritsch, Tobias Kießling, Franziska Wetzel, Mareike Zink, and Josef Käs
17:15 BP 32.26 Structure and dynamics of stress fibers in 3T3 fibroblasts — •Constantin Spille, Til Driehorst, Florian Rehfeldt, and Christoph F. Schmidt
17:15 BP 32.27 Mechanical characterization of primary cilia of epithelial cells — •Christopher Battle and Christoph F. Schmidt
17:15 BP 32.28 Confined Intermediate Filament Fluctuations in Live Cells — •Jannick Langfahl-Klabes, Jens Nolting, Alexander Egner, and Sarah Köster
17:15 BP 32.29 Influence of Microfluidic Shear on Keratin Networks in Live Cells — •Jens Nolting, Jannick Langfahl-Klabes, and Sarah Köster
17:15 BP 32.30 Modelling the Polymorphism of Bacterial Flagella — •Christoph Speier, Reinhard Vogel, and Holger Stark
17:15 BP 32.31 Hopf Bifurcation in Rotating Bacterial Flagella — •Reinhard Vogel and Holger Stark
17:15 BP 32.32 Calcium Signaling upon mechanical stimulus in the Optical Stretcher — •Markus Gyger and Josef Käs
17:15 BP 32.33 Continuous versus Boolean dynamics on simple networks — •Eva Gehrmann and Barbara Drossel
17:15 BP 32.34 Chemotaxis model for bacteria with twitching motility — •Johannes Taktikos, Vasily Zaburdaev, and Holger Stark
17:15 BP 32.35 Contact-controlled amoeboid motility in microstructures induces topophoresis — •Carolin Leonhardt, Delphine Arcizet, Sofia Capito, Simon Youssef, Susanne Rappl, Joachim O. Rädler, and Doris Heinrich
17:15 BP 32.36 Instabilities of Active Polar Gels in a Taylor-Couette Geometry — •Marc Neef and Karsten Kruse
17:15 BP 32.37 Modelling protein accumulation at DNA damage sites — •Daniel Löb and Barbara Drossel
17:15 BP 32.38 Influence of subsurface composition on the adhesion of bacteria and the adsorption of proteins — •Peter Loskill, Yvonne Schmitt, Hendrik Hähl, and Karin Jacobs
17:15 BP 32.39 Bacterial probes with defined contact area for force spectroscopy — •Sebastian Hümbert, Peter Loskill, and Karin Jacobs
17:15 BP 32.40 A dynamic model for the morphogenesis of the Golgi apparatus — •Jens Kühnle, Julian C. Shillcock, Ole G. Mouritsen, and Matthias Weiss
17:15 BP 32.41 Measuring Cytoskeletal Orientation Distributions of Large Cell Populations by Digital Image Processing — •Norbert Kirchgeßner, Uta Zedler, Nico Hampe, Wolfgang Rubner, Bernd Hoffmann, and Rudolf Merkel
17:15 BP 32.42 Construction and dynamics of a bistable genetic switch in E. coli — •Christoph Klingner, Susann Berthold, Ralf Jungmann, Eike Friedrichs, and Friedrich C. Simmel
17:15 BP 32.43 Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) of tumor cell migration in animals — •Christian Weis, Ben Fabry, and Andreas Hess
17:15 BP 32.44 Nonlinear Cell Mechanics Is Plastic MechanicsLars Wolff, •Andrea Kramer, and Klaus Kroy
17:15 BP 32.45 Mechanisms of Parasitic Cell Motility in Blood Flow and Possible Impact on Host Infection — •Sravanti Uppaluri, Eric Stellamanns, Niko Heddergott, Stephan Herminghaus, Markus Engstler, and Thomas Pfohl
17:15 BP 32.46 Quantitative temperature analysis by micro-thermo capillaries for biological systems — •Michael Stührenberg, Rene Heimbuch, Miriam Giesguth, Karl-Josef Dietz, Simone Herth, and Günter Reiss
17:15 BP 32.47 Local quantitative temperature measurements on silicon nitride membranes for biological applications — •Maksym Koch, Nadine Ewers, Carsten Budke, Britta Riechers, Thomas Koop, Simone Herth, and Günter Reiss
17:15 BP 32.48 Dynamics of cell shape on micropatterned substrates — •Jerome Soine, Achim Besser, and Ulrich Schwarz
17:15 BP 32.49 Cells on different substrates. An investigation with AFM and optical microsopy. — •Daniele Martini, Michael Beil, Othmar Marti, and Thomas Schimmel
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