Miklos Kellermayer
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Folding-unfolding transitions in single titin molecules characterized with laser tweezers
MSZ Kellermayer, SB Smith, HL Granzier, C Bustamante
Science 276 (5315), 1112-1116, 1997
Titin extensibility in situ: entropic elasticity of permanently folded and permanently unfolded molecular segments
K Trombitás, M Greaser, S Labeit, JP Jin, M Kellermayer, M Helmes, ...
The Journal of cell biology 140 (4), 853-859, 1998
Titin–actin interaction in mouse myocardium: passive tension modulation and its regulation by calcium/S100A1
R Yamasaki, M Berri, Y Wu, K Trombitas, M McNabb, MSZ Kellermayer, ...
Biophysical Journal 81 (4), 2297-2313, 2001
Mechanically driven contour-length adjustment in rat cardiac titin’s unique N2B sequence: titin is an adjustable spring
M Helmes, K Trombitas, T Centner, M Kellermayer, S Labeit, WA Linke, ...
Circulation research 84 (11), 1339-1352, 1999
Cardiac computed tomography radiomics
M Kolossváry, M Kellermayer, B Merkely, P Maurovich-Horvat
Journal of thoracic imaging 33 (1), 26-34, 2018
Molecular mechanics of cardiac titin's PEVK and N2B spring elements
K Watanabe, P Nair, D Labeit, MSZ Kellermayer, M Greaser, S Labeit, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 277 (13), 11549-11558, 2002
Titin elasticity and mechanism of passive force development in rat cardiac myocytes probed by thin-filament extraction
H Granzier, M Kellermayer, M Helmes, K Trombitas
Biophysical Journal 73 (4), 2043-2053, 1997
Calcium‐dependent inhibition of in vitro thin‐filament motility by native titin
MSZ Kellermayer, HL Granzier
FEBS letters 380 (3), 281-286, 1996
Stepwise dynamics of epitaxially growing single amyloid fibrils
MSZ Kellermayer, Á Karsai, M Benke, K Soós, B Penke
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (1), 141-144, 2008
Interaction forces between F-actin and titin PEVK domain measured with optical tweezers
P Bianco, A Nagy, A Kengyel, D Szatmári, Z Mártonfalvi, T Huber, ...
Biophysical Journal 93 (6), 2102-2109, 2007
Mechanical fatigue in repetitively stretched single molecules of titin
MSZ Kellermayer, SB Smith, C Bustamante, HL Granzier
Biophysical journal 80 (2), 852-863, 2001
Reversible mechanical unzipping of amyloid β-fibrils
MSZ Kellermayer, L Grama, A Karsai, A Nagy, A Kahn, ZL Datki, B Penke
Journal of Biological Chemistry 280 (9), 8464-8470, 2005
Different molecular mechanics displayed by titin's constitutively and differentially expressed tandem Ig segments
K Watanabe, C Muhle-Goll, MSZ Kellermayer, S Labeit, H Granzier
Journal of structural biology 137 (1-2), 248-258, 2002
Complete unfolding of the titin molecule under external force
MSZ Kellermayer, SB Smith, C Bustamante, HL Granzier
Journal of structural biology 122 (1-2), 197-205, 1998
Differential actin binding along the PEVK domain of skeletal muscle titin
A Nagy, P Cacciafesta, L Grama, A Kengyel, A Málnási-Csizmadia, ...
Journal of cell science 117 (24), 5781-5789, 2004
Mechanics and structure of titin oligomers explored with atomic force microscopy
MSZ Kellermayer, C Bustamante, HL Granzier
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Bioenergetics 1604 (2), 105-114, 2003
Microfluidic channels laser-cut in thin double-sided tapes: Cost-effective biocompatible fluidics in minutes from design to final integration with optical biochips
D Patko, Z Mártonfalvi, B Kovacs, F Vonderviszt, M Kellermayer, ...
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 196, 352-356, 2014
Mechanical manipulation of Alzheimer’s amyloid β1–42 fibrils
A Karsai, Z Mártonfalvi, A Nagy, L Grama, B Penke, MSZ Kellermayer
Journal of structural biology 155 (2), 316-326, 2006
A novel actin binding site of myosin required for effective muscle contraction
BH Várkuti, Z Yang, B Kintses, P Erdélyi, I Bárdos-Nagy, AL Kovács, ...
Nature structural & molecular biology 19 (3), 299-306, 2012
Skeletal muscle intermediate filaments form a stress-transmitting and stress-signaling network
MG Palmisano, SN Bremner, TA Hornberger, GA Meyer, AA Domenighetti, ...
Journal of cell science 128 (2), 219-224, 2015
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