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BP: Fachverband Biologische Physik

BP 10: Poster III

Montag, 16. März 2020, 17:30–19:30, P2/3OG

Cell Mechanics (BP 10.1 – BP 10.25); Systems Biology, Evolution & Neural Networks (BP 10.26 – 10.32)

17:30 BP 10.1 A time resolved study of blood platelet spreading — •Anna Zelena, Magdalena Haaf, Sebastian Isbaner, Daja Ruhlandt, Anna Chizhik, Alexey Chizhik, Jörg Enderlein, Ulrich S. Schwarz, and Sarah Köster
17:30 BP 10.2 Probing the real-time mechanical properties of cardiac fibroblasts using optical trap-based rheometry — •Heidi Somsel, Anna Blob, Wolfram-Hubertus Zimmermann, and Sarah Köster
17:30 BP 10.3 Effect of channel geometry on RBC shape in microfluidic devices — •Mohammed Nouaman, Alexander Kihm, Steffen Recktenwald, Lars Kaestner, and Christian Wagner
17:30 BP 10.4 Spherical harmonics analysis of in-vivo force probes for tissue stress quantification — •Alejandro Jurado, Bernhard Wallmeyer, Christoph Engwer, and Timo Betz
17:30 BP 10.5 Characterization of an ultrasonic transmitter for mechanical manipulation of cancer cells in vitro — •Simon Sommerhage, Hsiao-Ching Tsai, Monika Illenseer, Paul Dunst, Tobias Hemsel, and Mathias Getzlaff
17:30 BP 10.6 Endothelial cell mechanics in inflammation under shear stress inflicted by flow — •Matthias Brandt, Volker Gerke, and Timo Betz
17:30 BP 10.7 Neutrophil mechanotransduction during durotaxis — •Fatemeh Abbasi, Matthias Brandt, and Timo Betz
17:30 BP 10.8 Calcium as a key regulator in Physarum polycephalum — •Björn Kscheschinski, Mirna Kramar, and Karen Alim
17:30 BP 10.9 Elastic beads as tension sensors to measure the spatial force distribution in reconstructed muscle — •Tamara Limón, Arne Hofemeier, Alejandro Jurado, Bernhard Wallmeyer, and Timo Betz
17:30 BP 10.10 Active and passive microrheology for measurement of intracellular mechanics — •Till Münker, Sebastian Hurst, and Timo Betz
17:30 BP 10.11 Determining the viscoelastic shear modulus of zebrafish embyros during embryogenesis on the tissue scale — •Julian Vondereck, Sebastian Hurst, Bart Vos, and Timo Betz
17:30 BP 10.12 Microrheology of human umbilical vein endothelial cells using Acoustic Force Spectroscopy — •Alfred Nguyen and Timo Betz
17:30 BP 10.13 Elastic beads as cellular tension sensors within muscle tissue — •Arne Hofemeier, Tamara Limon, Till Münker, Alejandro Jurado, Bernhard Wallmeyer, Penney Gilbert, and Timo Betz
17:30 BP 10.14 Three-dimensional modeling of a viscous active cell cortex — •Christian Bächer, Diana Khoromskaia, Guillaume Salbreux, and Stephan Gekle
17:30 BP 10.15 Cryo Scanning Electron Microscopy investigations on penetration of Titanium dioxide particles in human skin — •Hanna-Friederike Poggemann, René Gustus, and Wolfgang Maus-Friedrichs
17:30 BP 10.16 Measuring intracellular stiffness in epithelial cells — •Bart E. Vos, Sebastian Hurst, Ying Zhang, Paul H.J. Kouwer, and Timo Betz
17:30 BP 10.17 Target size dependency of cellular resolution limits during phagocytosis — •Manuel Eisentraut, Adal Sabri, and Holger Kress
17:30 BP 10.18 Characterization of cell deformability in patients with major depressive disorder — •Lisa Kwapich, Tobias Neckernuss, Daniel Geiger, Jonas Pfeil, Patricia Schwilling, Alexander Karabatsiakis, Iris-Tatjana Kolassa, and Othmar Marti
17:30 BP 10.19 What thermal fluctuations of an optically trapped bead can tell us about the properties of an interface — •Tetiana Udod, Felix Jünger, and Alexander Rohrbach
17:30 BP 10.20 Adherent Cell Optical Stretcher: Quantifying Laser Induced Heating — •Alexander Janik, Tobias Neckernuss, Cornelius Maurer, Seiichi Uchiyama, and Othmar Marti
17:30 BP 10.21 Why do rigid tumors contain soft cancer cells? — •Thomas Fuhs, Franziska Wetzel, Anatol W. Fritsch, Dapeng Bi, Roland Stange, Steve Pawlizak, Tobias R. Kiesling, Erik Morawetz, Steffen Grosser, Frank Sauer, Jürgen Lippoldt, Fred Renner, Sabrina Friebe, Mareike Zink, Bahriye Aktas, Lars-Christian Horn, Klaus Bendrat, Axel Niendorf, Michael Höckel, and Josef A. Käs
17:30 BP 10.22 Using real-time fluorescence and deformability cytometry and deep learning to transfer molecular specificity to label-free sorting — •Ahmad Ahsan Nawaz, Marta Urbanska, Maik Herbig, Martin Kraeter, Marketa Kubankova, Salvatore Girardo, Angela Jacobi, and Jochen Guck
  17:30 BP 10.23 The contribution has been withdrawn.
17:30 BP 10.24 Visualisation of cytoplasmic flows in epithelial cells by single particle tracking — •Christoph Engwer, Mariam Ristau, and Timo Betz
17:30 BP 10.25 stress stiffening of suspended cells — •elham mirzahossein, sebastian muller, stephan geckle, and ben fabry
17:30 BP 10.26 A dynamic model for proteome partitioning — •Anne-Lena Moor, Kalok Kam, and Stefan Klumpp
17:30 BP 10.27 Coupling of growth, replication and division in E. coliMareike Berger and •Pieter Rein ten Wolde
17:30 BP 10.28 Robust ligand discrimination by dimeric membrane receptors — •Patrick Binder, Nikolas Schnellbächer, Nils Becker, Thomas Höfer, and Ulrich Schwarz
17:30 BP 10.29 Exploring theoretical limits for the lifespan of C. elegans dauer larvae under periodic feedingxingyu zhang and •vasily zaburdaev
17:30 BP 10.30 Embryonic lateral inhibition as optical modes — •Jose Negrete Jr and Andrew C Oates
17:30 BP 10.31 Nonlinear response of noisy neurons with spike-triggered adaptation — •Christoph H. Egerland and Benjamin Lindner
  17:30 BP 10.32 The contribution has been withdrawn.
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