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Julia Jasinski:Analyse der Effekte von Mikroplastikpartikeln auf zellulärer Ebene. - Bayreuth: 2024. - 202 S.
(Dissertation, 2024, Universität Bayreuth, Bayreuther Graduiertenschule für Mathematik und Naturwissenschaften - BayNAT)


Ramona S. Adolph:Biochemical and structural characterization of the regulation of human Sirtuin 1 by small molecules and proteins. - Bayreuth: 2023. - XIV, 192 S.
(Dissertation, 2023, Universität Bayreuth, Fakultät für Biologie, Chemie und Geowissenschaften)

Andreas Pittroff, Iana Kim, Claus-D. Kuhn: Genome-wide analysis of planarian piRNAs. In: Luca Gentile (Hrsg.): Schmidtea Mediterranea : Methods and Protocols. - New York : Humana Press, 2023. - S. 55-65.

Florian Guth, Frederick Lindner, Simon Rydzek, Andreas Peil, Steffen Friedrich, Bernhard Hauer, Frank Hahn: Rieske Oxygenase-Catalyzed Oxidative Late-Stage Functionalization during Complex Antifungal Polyketide Biosynthesis. In: ACS Chemical Biology, 18 (2023). - S. 2450-2456.

Sebastian Derra, Luca Schlotte, Frank Hahn: Suzuki–Miyaura Reaction in the Presence of N-Acetylcysteamine Thioesters Enables Rapid Synthesis of Biomimetic Polyketide Thioester Surrogates for Biosynthetic Studies. In: Chemistry, 5 (2023). - S. 1407-1418.

Sebastian Derra, Julia Hoffmann, Frank Hahn: Synthesis of Biomimetic Thioesters for Studies of Ketoreductase Domains from the Biosynthesis of Cytotoxic Polyketides. In: Synlett, (2023). - .

Merisa Saric, Thomas Scheibel: Two-in-One Spider Silk Protein with Combined Mechanical Features in All-Aqueous Spun Fibers. In: Biomacromolecules, 24 (2023). - S. 1744-1750.

Dillan Stengel, Merisa Saric, Hannah R. Johnson, Tim Schiller, Johannes Diehl, Kevin Chalek, David Onofrei, Thomas Scheibel, Gregory P. Holland: Tyrosine's Unique Role in the Hierarchical Assembly of Recombinant Spider Silk Proteins : From Spinning Dope to Fibers. In: Biomacromolecules, 24 (2023). - S. 1463-1474.


Stephen Strassburg, Kai Mayer, Thomas Scheibel: Functionalization of biopolymer fibers with magnetic nanoparticles. In: Physical Sciences Reviews, 7 (2022). - S. 1091-1117.

Annika Lechner, Vanessa T. Trossmann, Thomas Scheibel: Impact of Cell Loading of Recombinant Spider Silk Based Bioinks on Gelation and Printability. In: Macromolecular Bioscience, 22 (2022). - .

Simon Riedl, Matthias Völkl, Anja Holzinger, Julia Jasinski, Valérie Jérôme, Thomas Scheibel, Heike Feldhaar, Ruth Freitag: In vitro cultivation of primary intestinal cells from Eisenia fetida as basis for ecotoxicological studies. In: Ecotoxicology, 31 (2022). - S. 221-233.

Kim Koeck, Sahar Salehi, Martin Humenik, Thomas Scheibel: Processing of Continuous Non-Crosslinked Collagen Fibers for Microtissue Formation at the Muscle-Tendon Interface. In: Advanced Functional Materials, 32 (2022). - .

Michael Schwarzer, Julian Brehm, Martina Vollmer, Julia Jasinski, Chengzhang Xu, Shakir Zainuddin, Thomas Fröhlich, Matthias Schott, Andreas Greiner, Thomas Scheibel, Christian Laforsch: Shape, size, and polymer dependent effects of microplastics on Daphnia magna. In: Journal of Hazardous Materials, 426 (2022). - .

Gregor Lang, Carolin Grill, Thomas Scheibel: Site-Specific Functionalization of Recombinant Spider Silk Janus Fibers. In: Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 61 (2022). - .

Anja Ramsperger, Julia Jasinski, Matthias Völkl, Thomas Witzmann, Marcel Meinhart, Valérie Jérôme, Winfried Kretschmer, Ruth Freitag, Jürgen Senker, Andreas Fery, Holger Kress, Thomas Scheibel, Christian Laforsch: Supposedly identical microplastic particles substantially differ in their material properties influencing particle-cell interactions and cellular responses. In: Journal of Hazardous Materials, 425 (2022). - .

Lisa Maria Carolin Wagner, Jörg Stang, Sebastian Derra, Tim Hollmann, Frank Hahn: Towards understanding oxygen heterocycle-forming biocatalysts : a selectivity study of the pyran synthase PedPS7. In: Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, 20 (2022). - S. 9645-9649.

Thomas Scheibel, Vanessa T. Trossmann, Annika Lechner, Hendrik Bargel, Martin Humenik, Michael Žurovec: Bioinspirierte Klebstoffe zur Anwendung in wässrigen Flüssigkeiten. In: Adhäsion, 66 (2022). - S. 34-39.

Shakir Zainuddin, Thomas Scheibel: Continuous Yarn Electrospinning. In: Textiles, 2 (2022). - S. 124-141.

Matthias Völkl, Valérie Jérôme, Alfons Weig, Julia Jasinski, Nora Meides, Peter Strohriegl, Thomas Scheibel, Ruth Freitag: Pristine and artificially-aged polystyrene microplastic particles differ in regard to cellular response. In: Journal of Hazardous Materials, 435 (2022). - .

Kim Koeck, Sahar Salehi, Martin Humenik, Thomas Scheibel: Processing of Continuous Non-Crosslinked Collagen Fibers for Microtissue Formation at the Muscle-Tendon Interface. In: Advanced Functional Materials, 32 (2022). - .

Gregor Lang, Carolin Grill, Thomas Scheibel: Seitenspezifische Funktionalisierung von Janusfasern aus rekombinanter Spinnenseide. In: Angewandte Chemie, 134 (2022). - .

Nicholas J. Chan, Sarah Lentz, Paul A. Gurr, Shereen Tan, Thomas Scheibel, Greg G. Qiao: Vernetzte Polypeptide durch RAFT-vermittelte Polymerisation zum kontinuierlichen Aufbau von Polymerfilmen. In: Angewandte Chemie, 134 (2022). - .

Nicholas J. Chan, Sarah Lentz, Paul A. Gurr, Shereen Tan, Thomas Scheibel, Greg G. Qiao: Crosslinked Polypeptide Films via RAFT-Mediated Continuous Assembly of Polymers. In: Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 61 (2022). - .

Vladyslava Gorbovytska, Seung-Kyoon Kim, Filiz Kuybu, Michael Götze, Dahun Um, Keunsoo Kang, Andreas Pittroff, Theresia Brennecke, Lisa-Marie Schneider, Alexander Leitner, Tae-Kyung Kim, Claus-D. Kuhn: Enhancer RNAs stimulate Pol II pause release by harnessing multivalent interactions to NELF. In: Nature Communications, 13 (2022). - .


Vladyslava Gorbovytska, Seung-Kyoon Kim, Filiz Kuybu, Michael Götze, Dahun Um, Keunsoo Kang, Andreas Pittroff, Lisa-Marie Schneider, Alexander Leitner, Tae-Kyung Kim, Claus-D. Kuhn: Enhancer RNAs stimulate Pol II pause release by harnessing multivalent interactions to NELF.. - bioRxiv, 2021-04-26. -

Antonella Di Savino, Johannes Förster, G. Matthias Ullmann, Marcellus Ubbink: The Charge Distribution on a Protein Surface Determines Whether Productive or Futile Encounter Complexes Are Formed. In: Biochemistry, 60 (2021). - S. 747-755.

Murugesan Selvakumar, Thomas Scheibel: Chitosan-based nanocomposites for medical applications. In: Journal of Polymer Science, 59 (2021). - S. 1610-1642.

Tilman U. Esser, Vanessa T. Trossmann, Sarah Lentz, Felix B. Engel, Thomas Scheibel: Designing of spider silk proteins for human induced pluripotent stem cell-based cardiac tissue engineering. In: Materials Today Bio, 11 (2021). - .

Mirjam Hofmaier, Birgit Urban, Sarah Lentz, Christian B. Borkner, Thomas Scheibel, Andreas Fery, Martin Müller: Dichroic Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy Characterizationof the β‑Sheet Orientation in Spider Silk Films on Silicon Substrates. In: The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 125 (2021). - S. 1061-1071.

Merisa Saric, Lukas Eisoldt, Volker Döring, Thomas Scheibel: Interplay of Different Major Ampullate Spidroins during Assembly and Implications for Fiber Mechanics. In: Advanced Materials, 33 (2021). - .

Christoph Sommer, Hendrik Bargel, Nadine Raßmann, Thomas Scheibel: Microbial repellence properties of engineered spider silk coatings prevent biofilm formation of opportunistic bacterial strains. In: MRS Communications, 11 (2021). - S. 356-362.

Julia Rudolph, Matthias Völkl, Valérie Jérôme, Thomas Scheibel, Ruth Freitag: Noxic effects of polystyrene microparticles on murine macrophages and epithelial cells. In: Scientific Reports, 11 (2021). - .

Martin Humenik, Anika Winkler, Thomas Scheibel: Patterning of protein‐based materials. In: Biopolymers, 112 (2021). - .

Natalia Hess, Simon Richter, Michael Liebthal, Karl-Josef Dietz, Angelika Mustroph: The Phosphofructokinase Isoform AtPFK5 Is a Novel Target of Plastidic Thioredoxin-f-Dependent Redox Regulation. In: Antioxidants, 10 (2021). - .

Stephen Strassburg, Shakir Zainuddin, Thomas Scheibel: The Power of Silk Technology for Energy Applications. In: Advanced Energy Materials, 11 (2021). - .

Vanessa J. Neubauer, Christine Kellner, Viktoria Grün, Anna Schenk, Thomas Scheibel: Recombinant major ampullate spidroin-particles as biotemplates for manganese carbonate mineralization. In: Multifunctional Materials, 4 (2021). - .

Vanessa J. Neubauer, Vanessa T. Trossmann, Sofia Jacobi, Annika Döbl, Thomas Scheibel: Recombinant Spider Silk Gels Derived from Aqueous–Organic Solvents as Depots for Drugs. In: Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 60 (2021). - S. 11847-11851.

Vanessa J. Neubauer, Annika Döbl, Thomas Scheibel: Silk-Based Materials for Hard Tissue Engineering. In: Materials, 14 (2021). - .

Matthias Röber, Thomas Scheibel, Hans G. Börner: Toward Activatable Collagen Mimics : Combining DEPSI "Switch" Defects and Template-Guided Self-Organization to Control Collagen Mimetic Peptides. In: Macromolecular Bioscience, 21 (2021). - .

Konstantin Speckner, Lorenz Stadler, Matthias Weiss: Unscrambling exit site patterns on the endoplasmic reticulum as a quenched demixing process. In: Biophysical Journal, 120 (2021). - S. 2532-2542.

Konrad Berghoff, Wolfgang Gross, Manuel Eisentraut, Holger Kress: Using Blinking Optical Tweezers to Study Cell Rheology During Initial Cell-Particle Contact. In: Biophysical Journal, 120 (2021). - S. 3527-3537.

David Sonnleitner, Christoph Sommer, Thomas Scheibel, Gregor Lang: Approaches to inhibit biofilm formation applying natural and artificial silk-based materials. In: Materials Science and Engineering: C, 131 (2021). - .

Dominik Steiner, Sophie Winkler, Stefanie Heltmann-Meyer, Vanessa T. Trossmann, Tobias Fey, Thomas Scheibel, Raymund E. Horch, Andreas Arkudas: Enhanced vascularization and de novo tissue formation in hydrogels made of engineered RGD-tagged spider silk proteins in the arteriovenous loop model. In: Biofabrication, 13 (2021). - .

Chavee Laomeephal, Vasuratna Apichai, Juthamas Ratanavaraporn, Sorada Kanokpanont, Jittima Amie Luckanagul, Martin Humenik, Thomas Scheibel, Siriporn Damrongsakkul: Impacts of Blended Bombyx mori Silk Fibroin and Recombinant Spider Silk Fibroin Hydrogels on Cell Growth. In: Polymers, 13 (2021). - .


Frank Hahn, Florian Guth: The ambruticins and jerangolids : chemistry, biology and chemoenzymatic synthesis of potent antifungal drug candidates. In: Natural Product Reports, 37 (2020). - S. 1300-1315.

Elise DeSimone, Tamara B. Aigner, Martin Humenik, Gregor Lang, Thomas Scheibel: Aqueous electrospinning of recombinant spider silk proteins. In: Materials Science and Engineering: C, 106 (2020). - .

Fabian Müller, Stephan Jokisch, Hendrik Bargel, Thomas Scheibel: Centrifugal Electrospinning Enables the Production of Meshes ofUltrathin Polymer Fibers. In: ACS Applied Polymer Materials, 2 (2020). - S. 4360-4667.

Sushma Kumari, Gregor Lang, Elise DeSimone, Christian Spengler, Vanessa T. Trossmann, Susanne Lücker, Martina Hudel, Karin Jacobs, Norbert Krämer, Thomas Scheibel: Data for microbe resistant engineered recombinant spider silk protein based 2D and 3D materials. In: Data in Brief, 32 (2020). - .

Heike M. Herold, Annika Döbl, Stefanie Wohlrab, Martin Humenik, Thomas Scheibel: Designed Spider Silk-Based Drug Carrier for Redox- or pH-Triggered Drug Release. In: Biomacromolecules, 21 (2020). - S. 4904-4912.

Michael Hader, Deniz Pinar Savcigil, Andreas Rosin, Philipp Ponfick, Stephan Gekle, Martin Wadepohl, Sander Bekeschus, Rainer Fietkau, Benjamin Frey, Eberhard Schlücker, Udo S. Gaipl: Differences of the Immune Phenotype of Breast Cancer Cells after Ex Vivo Hyperthermia by Warm-Water or Microwave Radiation in a Closed-Loop System Alone or in Combination with Radiotherapy. In: Cancers, 12 (2020). - .

Adal Sabri, Xinran Xu, Diego Krapf, Matthias Weiss: Elucidating the Origin of Heterogeneous Anomalous Diffusion in the Cytoplasm of Mammalian Cells. In: Physical Review Letters, 125 (2020). - .

Sushma Kumari, Gregor Lang, Elise DeSimone, Christian Spengler, Vanessa T. Trossmann, Susanne Lücker, Martina Hudel, Karin Jacobs, Norbert Krämer, Thomas Scheibel: Engineered spider silk-based 2D and 3D materials prevent microbial infestation. In: Materials Today, 41 (2020). - S. 21-33.

Tao Huang, Sushma Kumari, Heike Herold, Hendrik Bargel, Tamara B. Aigner, Daniel E. Heath, Neil M. O'Brian-Simpson, Andrea J. O'Connor, Thomas Scheibel: Enhanced Antibacterial Activity of Se Nanoparticles Upon Coating with Recombinant Spider Silk Protein eADF4(κ16). In: International Journal of Nanomedicine, 15 (2020). - S. 4275-4288.

Anja Ramsperger, Vinay Kumar Bangalore Narayana, Wolfgang Gross, John Mohanraj, Mukundan Thelakkat, Andreas Greiner, Holger Schmalz, Holger Kress, Christian Laforsch: Environmental exposure enhances the internalization of microplastic particles into cells. In: Science Advances, 6 (2020). - .

Christian Haynl, Jitraporn Vongsvivut, Kai R. H. Mayer, Hendrik Bargel, Vanessa J. Neubauer, Mark J. Tobin, Mark A. Elgar, Thomas Scheibel: Free‑standing spider silk webs of the thomisid Saccodomus formivorus are made of composites comprising micro- and submicron fibers. In: Scientific Reports, 10 (2020). - S. No. 17624.

Alexander Rohrbach, Tim Meyer, Ernst H. K. Stelzer, Holger Kress: Measuring Stepwise Binding of Thermally Fluctuating Particles to Cell Membranes without Fluorescence. In: Biophysical Journal, 118 (2020). - S. 1850-1860.

Jana Jentzsch, Adal Sabri, Konstantin Speckner, Gertrud Lallinger-Kube, Matthias Weiss, Klaus Ersfeld: Microtubule polyglutamylation is important for regulating cytoskeletal architecture and motility in Trypanosoma brucei. In: Journal of Cell Science, 133 (2020). - S. jcs248047.

Matthias Rothemund, Alexander Bär, Felix Klatt, Sascha Weidler, Leonhard Köhler, Carlo Unverzagt, Claus-D. Kuhn, Rainer Schobert: N-Metallocenoylsphingosines as targeted ceramidase inhibitors : Syntheses and antitumoral effects. In: Bioorganic Chemistry, 97 (2020). - .

Charlotte Hopfe, Bryan Ospina-Jara, Thomas Scheibel, Jimmy Cabra-Garcia: Ocrepeira klamt sp. n. (Araneae: Araneidae), a novel spider species from an Andean páramo in Colombia. In: PLoS One, 15 (2020). - .

Iana Kim, Sebastian Riedelbauch, Claus-D. Kuhn: The piRNA pathway in planarian flatworms : new model, new insights. In: Biological Chemistry, 401 (2020). - S. 1123-1141.

Felix Klatt, Alexander Leitner, Iana Kim, Hung Ho-Xuan, Elisabeth Schneider, Franziska Langhammer, Robin Weinmann, Melanie Müller, Robert Huber, Gunter Meister, Claus-D. Kuhn: A precisely positioned MED12 activation helix stimulates CDK8 kinase activity. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 117 (2020). - S. 2894-2905.

Hendrik Bargel, Charlotte Hopfe, Thomas Scheibel: Proteinfasern als Hochleistungsmaterial : Evolution, Eigenschaften und Anwendungen von Spinnenseide. In: Biologie in unserer Zeit, 50 (2020). - S. 434-443.

Rebecca Benelli, Philipp Struntz, Dirk Hofmann, Matthias Weiss: Quantifying spatiotemporal gradient formation in early Caenorhabditis elegans embryos with lightsheet microscopy. In: Journal of Physics D, 53 (2020). - .

Sushma Kumari, Hendrik Bargel, Thomas Scheibel: Recombinant Spider Silk–Silica Hybrid Scaffolds with Drug-Releasing Properties for Tissue Engineering Applications. In: Macromolecular Rapid Communications, 41 (2020). - .

Fabian Müller, Shakir Zainuddin, Thomas Scheibel: Roll-to-Roll Production of Spider Silk Nanofiber Nonwoven Meshes Using Centrifugal Electrospinning for Filtration Applications. In: Molecules, 25 (2020). - .

Mathilde Lefevre, Patrick Flammang, A.Sesilja Aranko, Markus B. Linder, Thomas Scheibel, Martin Humenik, Maxime Leclercq, Mathieu Surin, Lionel Tafforeau, Ruddy Wattiez, Philippe Leclèrc, Elise Hennebert: Sea star-inspired recombinant adhesive proteins self-assemble and adsorb on surfaces in aqueous environments to form cytocompatible coatings. In: Acta Biomaterialia, 112 (2020). - S. 62-74.

Susanne Hellmuth, Laura Gómez-H., Alberto M. Pendás, Olaf Stemmann: Securin-independent regulation of separase by checkpoint-induced shugoshin–MAD2. In: Nature, 580 (2020). - S. 536-541.

Susanne Hellmuth, Olaf Stemmann: Separase-triggered apoptosis enforces minimal length of mitosis. In: Nature, 580 (2020). - S. 542-547.

Vanessa Neubauer, Thomas Scheibel: Spider Silk Fusion Proteins for Controlled Collagen Binding and Biomineralization. In: ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering, 6 (2020). - S. 5599-5608.

Nico Bruns, Thomas Scheibel: Virtual Special Issue Biomimetic Polymers. In: European Polymer Journal, 122 (2020). - .

Hendrik T. Spanke, Robert W. Style, Claire François-Martin, Maria Feofilova, Manuel Eisentraut, Holger Kress, Jaime Agudo-Canalejo, Eric R. Dufresne: Wrapping of Microparticles by Floppy Lipid Vesicles. In: Physical Review Letters, 125 (2020). - .


Martin Humenik, Kiran Pawar, Thomas Scheibel: Nanostructured, Self-Assembled Spider Silk Materials for Biomedical Applications. In: Sarah Perrett, Alexander K. Buell, Thomas P. J. Knowles (Hrsg.): Biological and Bio-inspired Nanomaterials : Properties and Assembly Mechanisms. - Singapore : 2019. - S. 187-221.

Christian Bächer, Stephan Gekle: Computational modeling of active deformable membranes embedded in three-dimensional flows. In: Physical Review E, 99 (2019). - .

Iana Kim, Eric Ross, Sascha Dietrich, Kristina Döring, Alejandro Sánchez Alvarado, Claus-D. Kuhn: Efficient depletion of ribosomal RNA for RNA sequencing in planarians. In: BMC Genomics, 20 (2019). - .

Merisa Saric, Thomas Scheibel: Engineering of silk proteins for materials applications. In: Current Opinion in Biotechnology, 60 (2019). - S. 213-220.

Dominik Steiner, Gregor Lang, Laura Fischer, Sophie Winkler, Tobias Fey, Peter Greil, Thomas Scheibel, Raymund E. Horch, Andreas Arkudas: Intrinsic Vascularization of Recombinant eADF4(C16) Spider Silk Matrices in the Arteriovenous Loop Model. In: Tissue Engineering Part A, 25 (2019). - S. 1504-1513.

Peter Franzl, Karin Jacobs, Martin Möller, Thomas Scheibel, Karin Sternberg: Materialforschung : Impulsgeber Natur: Innovationspotenzial biologisch inspirierter Materialien und Werkstoffe. - München : 2019.

Matthias Röber, Sophie Laroque, Thomas Scheibel, Hans G. Börner: Modulating the collagen triple helix formation by switching : Positioning effects of depsi-defects on the assembly of [Gly-Pro-Pro]7 collagen mimetic peptides. In: European Polymer Journal, 112 (2019). - S. 301-305.

Jia Wang, Michael H. Suhre, Thomas Scheibel: A mussel polyphenol oxidase-like protein shows thiol-mediated antioxidantactivity. In: European Polymer Journal, 113 (2019). - S. 305-312.

Vanessa Wicklein, Bernhard B. Singer, Thomas Scheibel, Sahar Salehi: Nanoengineered Biomaterials for corneal regeneration. In: Masoud Mozafari (Hrsg.): Nanoengineered Biomaterials for Regenerative Medicine : Micro and Nano Technologies. - Amsterdam : Elsevier, 2019. - S. 379-415.

Anton Molina, Thomas Scheibel, Martin Humenik: Nanoscale patterning of surface via DNA directed spider silk assembly. In: Biomacromolecules, 20 (2019). - S. 347-352.

Iana Kim, Elizabeth Duncan, Eric Ross, Vladyslava Gorbovytska, Stephanie Nowotarski, Sarah Elliott, Alejandro Sánchez Alvarado, Claus-D. Kuhn: Planarians recruit piRNAs for mRNA turnover in adult stem cells. In: Genes & Development, 33 (2019). - S. 1575-1590.

Kiran Pawar, Georg Welzel, Christian Haynl, Stefan Schuster, Thomas Scheibel: Recombinant Spider Silk and Collagen-Based Nerve GuidanceConduits Support Neuronal Cell Differentiation and Functionality inVitro. In: ACS Applied Bio Materials, 2 (2019). - S. 4872-4880.

Heike Herold, Tamara B. Aigner, Carolin Grill, Stefanie Krüger, Andreas Taubert, Thomas Scheibel: SpiderMAEn : recombinant spider silk-basedhybrid materials for advanced energy technology. In: Bioinspired, Biomimetic and Nanobiomaterials, 8 (2019). - S. 99-108.

Christian B. Borkner, Sarah Lentz, Martin Müller, Andreas Fery, Thomas Scheibel: Ultrathin Spider Silk Films : Insights into Spider Silk Assembly on Surfaces. In: ACS Applied Polymer Materials, 1 (2019). - S. 3366-3374.

R. Helen Zha, Peyman Delparastan, Tanner D. Fink, Joschka Bauer, Thomas Scheibel, Phillip B. Messersmith: Universal nanothin silk coatings via controlled spidroin self-assembly. In: Biomaterials Science, 7 (2019). - S. 683-695.

Tamara B. Aigner, Thomas Scheibel: Self-Rolling Refillable Tubular Enzyme Containers Made of Recombinant Spider Silk and Chitosan. In: ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 11 (2019). - S. 15290-15297.


Florian Hüter, Johannes Wittmann, Claudia Kleinschrodt, Bettina Alber-Laukant, Frank Rieg, Kim Koeck, Vanessa Wicklein, Thomas Scheibel: Strategie zur Modellierung des Steifigkeitsverhaltens partikelverstärkter, nichtlinear-elastischer Gradientenmaterialien. In: Klaus Brökel, Burkhard Corves, Karl-Heinrich Grote, Armin Lohrengel, Norbert Müller, Arun Nagarajah, Frank Rieg, Gerhard Scharr, Ralph Stelzer (Hrsg.): Digitalisierung und Produktentwicklung : Vernetzte Entwicklungsumgebungen. - Bayreuth : Universität Bayreuth, Lehrstuhl für Konstruktionslehre und CAD, 2018. - S. 120-131.

Alexander Löhner:Untersuchung von molekularen Aggregaten natürlicher und künstlicher Lichtsammelsysteme mittels Einzelmolekül-Spektroskopie. - Bayreuth: 2018. - XXII, 166 S.
(Dissertation, 2018, Universität Bayreuth, Bayreuther Graduiertenschule für Mathematik und Naturwissenschaften - BayNAT)

Martin Pannek:Biochemical and structural studies on the mitochondrial Sirtuins 4 and 5. - Bayreuth: 2018. - 231 S.
(Dissertation, 2018, Universität Bayreuth, Bayreuther Graduiertenschule für Mathematik und Naturwissenschaften - BayNAT)

Matthias Lucke, Inès Mottas, Tina Herbst, Christian Hotz, Lin Römer, Martina Schierling, Heike M. Herold, Ute Slotta, Thibaud Spinetti, Thomas Scheibel, Gerhard Winter, Carole Bourquin, Julia Engert: Engineered hybrid spider silk particles as delivery system for peptide vaccines. In: Biomaterials, 172 (2018). - S. 105-115.

John G. Hardy, Annabelle Bertin, Jose Guillermo Torres-Rendon, Aldo Leal-Egaña, Martin Humenik, Felix Bauer, Andreas Walther, Helmut Cölfen, Helmut Schlaad, Thomas Scheibel: Facile Photochemical Modification of Silk Protein–Based Biomaterials. In: Macromolecular Bioscience, 18 (2018). - .

Frank Mickoleit, Christian B. Borkner, Mauricio Toro-Nahuelpan, Heike M. Herold, Denis S. Maier, Jürgen M. Plitzko, Thomas Scheibel, Dirk Schüler: In Vivo Coating of Bacterial Magnetic Nanoparticles by Magnetosome Expression of Spider Silk-Inspired Peptides. In: Biomacromolecules, 19 (2018). - S. 962-972.

Hendrik Bargel, Thomas Scheibel: Inspirationen für mechanisch stabile Materialien aus der Natur : Von Gräsern über Spinnenseide bis zu Kieselalgen. In: MNU Journal, 71 (2018). - S. 37-44.

Susanne Hellmuth, Cristina Gutiérrez-Caballero, Elena Llano, Alberto M. Pendás, Olaf Stemmann: Local activation of mammalian separase in interphase promotes double-strand break repair and prevents oncogenic transformation. In: The EMBO Journal, 37 (2018). - .

Eddie Hofmann, Kilian Krüger, Christian Haynl, Thomas Scheibel, Martin Trebbin, Stephan Förster: Microfluidic nozzle device for ultrafine fiber solution blow spinning with precise diameter control. In: Lab on a Chip, 18 (2018). - S. 2225-2234.

M. Haug, B. Reischl, G. Prölß, C. Pollmann, T. Buckert, C. Keidel, S. Schürmann, M. Hock, S. Rupitsch, Michael Heckel, Thorsten Pöschel, Thomas Scheibel, Christian Haynl, L. Kiriaev, Sl Head, Oliver Friedrich: The MyoRobot : A novel automated biomechatronics System to assess voltage/Ca²⁺ biosensors and active/passive biomechanics in muscle and biomaterials. In: Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 102 (2018). - S. 589-599.

Marco Werner, Thorsten Auth, Paul A. Beales, Jean Baptiste Fleury, Fredrik Höök, Holger Kress, Reid C. Van Lehn, Marcus Müller, Eugene P. Petrov, Lev Sarkisov, Jens-Uwe Sommer, Vladimir A. Baulin: Nanomaterial interactions with biomembranes: Bridging the gap between soft matter models and biological context. In: Biointerphases, 13 (2018). - .

Achim Guckenberger, Alexander Kihm, Thomas John, Christian Wagner, Stephan Gekle: Numerical–experimental observation of shape bistability of red blood cells flowing in a microchannel. In: Soft Matter, 14 (2018). - S. 2032-2043.

Jja Wang, Thomas Scheibel: Recombinant Production of Mussel Byssus Inspired Proteins. In: Biotechnology Journal, 13 (2018). - .

Sushma Kumari, Hendrik Bargel, Mette U. Anby, David Lafargue, Thomas Scheibel: Recombinant spider silk hydrogels for sustained release of biologicals. In: ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering, 4 (2018). - S. 1750-1759.

Stephan Gekle, Markus Bender: Red blood cell and platelet mechanics. In: Michel R. Labrosse (Hrsg.): Cardiovascular mechanics. 1st Edition. - Boca Raton : Taylor & Francis, 2018.

Adrian V. Golser, Thomas Scheibel: Routes towards Novel Collagen-Like Biomaterials. In: Fibers, 6 (2018). - .

Martin Humenik, Madeleine Mohrand, Thomas Scheibel: Self-Assembly of Spider Silk-Fusion Proteins Comprising Enzymatic and Fluorescence Activity. In: Bioconjugate Chemistry, 29 (2018). - S. 898-904.

Martin Humenik, Gregor Lang, Thomas Scheibel: Silk nanofibril self-assembly versus electrospinning. In: WIREs Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology, 10 (2018). - .

Frederick Lindner, Steffen Friedrich, Frank Hahn: Total Synthesis of Complex Biosynthetic Late-Stage Intermediates and Bioconversion by a Tailoring Enzyme from Jerangolid Biosynthesis. In: The Journal of Organic Chemistry, 83 (2018). - S. 14091-14101.

Adrian V. Golser, Matthias Röber, Hans G. Börner, Thomas Scheibel: Engineered Collagen : A Redox Switchable Framework for Tunable Assembly and Fabrication of Biocompatible Surfaces. In: ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering, 4 (2018). - S. 2106-2114.

Eileen S. Lintz, Christoph Neinhuis, Thomas Scheibel: Altering Silk Film Surface Properties through Lotus-Like Mechanisms. In: Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 303 (2018). - .

Konstantin Speckner, Lorenz Stadler, Matthias Weiss: Anomalous dynamics of the endoplasmic reticulum network. In: Physical Review E, 98 (2018). - S. 012406.

Rolf Fickentscher, Sebastian W. Krauß, Matthias Weiss: Anti-correlation of cell volumes and cell-cycle times during the embryogenesis of a simple model organism. In: New Journal of Physics, 20 (2018). - .

Christian Bächer, Alexander Kihm, Lukas Schrack, Lars Kaestner, Matthias W. Laschke, Christian Wagner, Stephan Gekle: Antimargination of Microparticles and Platelets in the Vicinity of Branching Vessels. In: Biophysical Journal, 115 (2018). - S. 411-425.

Hendrik Bargel, Thomas Scheibel: Bioinspirierte Materialien : Aktuelle Trends in der Entwicklung. In: MNU Journal, 71 (2018). - S. 4-10.

Tamara B. Aigner, Elise DeSimone, Thomas Scheibel: Biomedical Applications of Recombinant Silk-Based Materials. In: Advanced Materials, 30 (2018). - .

Sahar Salehi, Thomas Scheibel: Biomimetic spider silk fibres : from vision to reality. In: The Biochemist, 40 (2018). - S. 4-7.

Jia Wang, Thomas Scheibel: Coacervation of the Recombinant Mytilus galloprovincialis Foot Protein-3b. In: Biomacromolecules, 19 (2018). - S. 3612-3619.

Lorenz Stadler, Konstantin Speckner, Matthias Weiss: Diffusion of Exit Sites on the Endoplasmic Reticulum : A Random Walk on a Shivering Backbone. In: Biophysical Journal, 115 (2018). - S. 1552-1560.

Kaveh Roshanbinfar, Lena Vogt, Boris Greber, Sebastian Diecke, Aldo R. Boccaccini, Felix B. Engel, Thomas Scheibel: Electroconductive Biohybrid Hydrogel for Enhanced Maturation and Beating Properties of Engineered Cardiac Tissues. In: Advanced Functional Materials, 28 (2018). - .


Lorenz Stadler, Matthias Weiss: Non-equilibrium forces drive the anomalous diffusion of telomeres in the nucleus of mammalian cells. In: New Journal of Physics, 19 (2017). - .

Heike M. Herold, Thomas Scheibel: Applicability of biotechnologically produced insect silks. In: Zeitschrift für Naturforschung C, 72 (2017). - S. 365-385.

Konrad Berghoff, Steve Keller, Wolfgang Gross, Lisa Gebhardt, Holger Kress: Application of optical tweezers for biochemical and thermal cell stimulation. In: Jesper Glückstad, Darwin Palima (Hrsg.): Light Robotics : Structure-Mediated Nanobiophotonics. - Amsterdam : Elsevier, 2017. - S. 385-410.

Adrian V. Golser, Thomas Scheibel: Biotechnological production of the mussel byssus derived collagen preColD. In: RSC Advances, 7 (2017). - S. 38273-38278.

Christian Bächer, Lukas Schrack, Stephan Gekle: Clustering of microscopic particles in constricted blood flow. In: Physical Review Fluids, 2 (2017). - .

Joschka Bauer, Thomas Scheibel: Conformational Stability and Interplay of Helical N- and C-Terminal Domains with Implications on Major Ampullate Spidroin Assembly. In: Biomacromolecules, 18 (2017). - S. 835-845.

Matthias Laumann, Paul Bauknecht, Stephan Gekle, Diego Kienle, Walter Zimmermann: Cross-stream migration of asymmetric particles driven by oscillating shear. In: Europhysics Letters, 117 (2017). - .

Joschka Bauer, Thomas Scheibel: Dimerization of the Conserved N‑Terminal Domain of a Spider Silk Protein Controls the Self-Assembly of the Repetitive Core Domain. In: Biomacromolecules, 18 (2017). - S. 2521-2528.

Stephan Gekle: Dispersion of solute released from a sphere flowing in a microchannel. In: Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 819 (2017). - S. 104-120.

Kevin Wilma, Thomas Unger, Sinem Tuncel Kostakoğlu, Manuel Hollfelder, Christoph Hunger, Andreas Lang, Ayse Gul Gurek, Mukundan Thelakkat, Jürgen Köhler, Anna Köhler, Stephan Gekle, Richard Hildner: Excited State Dynamics and Conformations of a Cu(II)-Phthalocyanine-Perylenebisimide Dyad. In: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 19 (2017). - S. 22169-22176.

Arthur Markus Anton, Aniela Heidebrecht, Nasir Mahmood, Mario Beiner, Thomas Scheibel, Friedrich Kremer: Foundation of the Outstanding Toughness in Biomimetic and Natural Spider Silk. In: Biomacromolecules, 18 (2017). - S. 3954-3962.

Abdallah Daddi Moussa Ider, Stephan Gekle: Hydrodynamic mobility of a solid particle near a spherical elastic membrane : Axisymmetric motion. In: Physical Review E, 95 (2017). - .

Abdallah Daddi Moussa Ider, Maciej Lisicki, Stephan Gekle: Hydrodynamic mobility of a solid particle near a spherical elastic membrane. II. Asymmetric motion. In: Physical Review E, 95 (2017). - .

Abdallah Daddi Moussa Ider, Maciej Lisicki, Stephan Gekle: Hydrodynamic mobility of a sphere moving on the centerline of an elastic tube. In: Physics of Fluids, 29 (2017). - .

Csilla Maria Ferencz, Gernot Guigas, Andreas Veres, Brigitte Neumann, Olaf Stemmann, Matthias Weiss: In Vitro Reconstitution of the Endoplasmic Reticulum. In: Current Protocols in Cell Biology, 76 (2017). - .

Christina Zahn, Steve Keller, Mauricio Toro-Nahuelpan, Philipp Dorscht, Wolfgang Gross, Matthias Laumann, Stephan Gekle, Walter Zimmermann, Dirk Schüler, Holger Kress: Measurement of the magnetic moment of single Magnetospirillum gryphiswaldense cells by magnetic tweezers. In: Scientific Reports, 7 (2017). - .

Gregor Lang, Benedikt R. Neugirg, Daniel Kluge, Andreas Fery, Thomas Scheibel: Mechanical Testing of Engineered Spider Silk Filaments Provides Insights into Molecular Features on a Mesoscale. In: ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 9 (2017). - S. 892-900.

Abdallah Daddi Moussa Ider, Maciej Lisicki, Stephan Gekle: Mobility of an axisymmetric particle near an elastic interface. In: Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 811 (2017). - S. 210-233.

Steve Keller, Konrad Berghoff, Holger Kress: Phagosomal transport depends strongly on phagosome size. In: Scientific Reports, 7 (2017). - .

Rolf Fickentscher, Matthias Weiss: Physical determinants of asymmetric cell divisions in the early development of Caenorhabditis elegans. In: Scientific Reports, 7 (2017). - .

Nicolas Helfricht, Elena Doblhofer, Vera Bieber, Petra Lommes, Volker Sieber, Thomas Scheibel, Georg Papastavrou: Probing the adhesion properties of alginate hydrogels : a new approach towards the preparation of soft colloidal probes for direct force measurements. In: Soft Matter, 13 (2017). - S. 578-589.

Gregor Lang, Heike M. Herold, Thomas Scheibel: Properties of Engineered and Fabricated Silks. In: David A. D. Parry, John M. Squire (Hrsg.): Fibrous Proteins: Structures and Mechanisms. - Cham : Springer, 2017. - S. 527-573.

Christopher Thamm, Thomas Scheibel: Recombinant Production, Characterization, and Fiber Spinning of an Engineered Short Major Ampullate Spidroin (MaSp1s). In: Biomacromolecules, 18 (2017). - S. 1365-1372.

Elise DeSimone, Kristin Schacht, Alexandra Pellert, Thomas Scheibel: Recombinant spider silk-based bioinks. In: Biofabrication, 9 (2017). - .

Martin Neuenfeldt, Thomas Scheibel: Sequence Identification, Recombinant Production, and Analysis of the Self-Assembly of Egg Stalk Silk Proteins from Lacewing Chrysoperla carnea. In: Biomolecules, 7 (2017). - .

Stephan Jokisch, Thomas Scheibel: Spider silk foam coating of fabric. In: Pure and Applied Chemistry, 89 (2017). - S. 1769-1776.

Jana Petzold, Tamara B. Aigner, Filip Touska, Katharina Zimmermann, Felix B. Engel, Thomas Scheibel: Surface Features of Recombinant Spider Silk Protein eADF4(κ16)-Made Materials are Well-Suited for Cardiac Tissue Engineering. In: Advanced Functional Materials, 27 (2017). - .

Christian B. Borkner, Stefanie Wohlrab, Eva Möller, Gregor Lang, Thomas Scheibel: Surface Modification of Polymeric Biomaterials Using Recombinant Spider Silk Proteins. In: ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering, 3 (2017). - S. 767-775.

Achim Guckenberger, Stephan Gekle: Theory and algorithms to compute Helfrich bending forces : a review. In: Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 29 (2017). - .

Michael W. Harman, Alex E. Hamby, Ross Boltyanskiy, Alexia A. Belperron, Linda K. Bockenstedt, Holger Kress, Eric R. Dufresne, Charles W. Wolgemuth: Vancomycin Reduces Cell Wall Stiffness and Slows Swim Speed of the Lyme Disease Bacterium. In: Biophysical Journal, 112 (2017). - S. 746-754.

Iana Kim, Vladyslava Gorbovytska, Claus-D. Kuhn: Wie RNA die Genregulation beeinflusst. In: BIOspektrum, 23 (2017). - S. 513-515.


Olivia Stiehl, Matthias Weiss: Heterogeneity of crowded cellular fluids on the meso- and nanoscale. In: Soft Matter, 12 (2016). - S. 9413-9416.

Thomas Scheibel, Helmut Zahn, Anita Krasowski: Silk. In: Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. - Weinheim : Wiley-VCH, 2016. - S. 1-15.

Joschka Bauer, Daniel Schaal, Lukas Eisoldt, Kristian Schweimer, Stephan Schwarzinger, Thomas Scheibel: Acidic Residues Control the Dimerization of the N-terminal Domain of Black Widow Spiders' Major Ampullate Spidroin 1. In: Scientific Reports, 6 (2016). - .

John G. Hardy, Jose Guillermo Torres-Rendon, Aldo Leal-Egaña, Andreas Walther, Helmut Schlaad, Helmut Cölfen, Thomas Scheibel: Biomineralization of Engineered Spider Silk Protein-Based Composite Materials for Bone Tissue Engineering. In: Materials, 9 (2016). - .

Elise DeSimone, Kristin Schacht, Thomas Scheibel: Cations influence the cross-linking of hydrogels made of recombinant, polyanionic spider silk proteins. In: Materials Letters, 183 (2016). - S. 101-104.

Martina Schierling, Elena Doblhofer, Thomas Scheibel: Cellular uptake of drug loaded spider silk particles. In: Biomaterials Science, 4 (2016). - S. 1515-1523.

Nicolas Helfricht, Elena Doblhofer, Jérôme F. L. Duval, Thomas Scheibel, Georg Papastavrou: Colloidal Properties of Recombinant Spider Silk Protein Particles. In: The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 120 (2016). - S. 18015-18027.

Martina Huranova, Gopinath Muruganandam, Matthias Weiss, Anne Spang: Dynamic assembly of the exomer secretory vesicle cargo adaptor subunits. In: EMBO Reports, 17 (2016). - S. 202-219.

Gernot Guigas, Matthias Weiss: Effects of protein crowding on membrane systems. In: Biochimica et Biophysica Acta : Biomembranes, 1858 (2016). - S. 2441-2450.

Kristin Schacht, Jessica Vogt, Thomas Scheibel: Foams made of enigneered recombinant Spider Silk Proteins as 3D Scaffolds for Cell Growth. In: ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering, 2 (2016). - S. 517-525.

Abdallah Daddi Moussa Ider, Stephan Gekle: Hydrodynamic interaction between particles near elastic interfaces. In: The Journal of Chemical Physics, 145 (2016). - .

Abdallah Daddi Moussa Ider, Achim Guckenberger, Stephan Gekle: Long-lived anomalous thermal diffusion induced by elastic cell membranes on nearby particles. In: Physical Review E, 93 (2016). - .

Christian Haynl, Eddie Hofmann, Kiran Pawar, Stephan Förster, Thomas Scheibel: Microfluidics-Produced Collagen Fibers Show Extraordinary Mechanical Properties. In: Nano Letters, 16 (2016). - S. 5917-5922.

Philipp Struntz, Matthias Weiss: Multiplexed measurement of protein diffusion in Caenorhabditis elegans embryos with SPIM-FCS. In: Journal of Physics D, 49 (2016). - .

Achim Guckenberger, Marcel Schraml, Paul G. Chen, Marc Leonetti, Stephan Gekle: On the bending algorithms for soft objects in flows. In: Computer Physics Communications, 207 (2016). - S. 1-23.

Li Liu, Ali Ghaemi, Stephan Gekle, Seema Agarwal: One‐Component Dual Actuation : Poly(NIPAM) Can Actuate to Stable 3D Forms with Reversible Size Change. In: Advanced Materials, 28 (2016). - S. 9792-9796.

Abdallah Daddi Moussa Ider, Achim Guckenberger, Stephan Gekle: Particle mobility between two planar elastic membranes : Brownian motion and membrane deformation. In: Physics of Fluids, 28 (2016). - .

David L. Kaplan, Thomas Scheibel: Recombinant Silk Production in Bacteria. In: Reference Module in Materials Science and Materials Engineering. - Amsterdam : 2016. - S. 8615-8618.

Daniel Schaal, Joschka Bauer, Kristian Schweimer, Thomas Scheibel, Paul Rösch, Stephan Schwarzinger: Resonance assignment of an engineered amino-terminal domain of a major ampullate spider silk with neutralized charge cluster. In: Biomolecular NMR Assignments, 10 (2016). - S. 199-202.

Claus-D. Kuhn: RNA versatility governs tRNA function : Why tRNA flexibility is essential beyond the translation cycle. In: BioEssays, 38 (2016). - S. 465-473.

Joschka Bauer, Thomas Scheibel: Die Schwarze Witwe und ihre Künste. In: Spektrum, 12 (2016). - S. 60-63.

Rolf Fickentscher, Philipp Struntz, Matthias Weiss: Setting the Clock for Fail-Safe Early Embryogenesis. In: Physical Review Letters, 117 (2016). - .

Csilla Maria Ferencz, Gernot Guigas, Andreas Veres, Brigitte Neumann, Olaf Stemmann, Matthias Weiss: Shaping the endoplasmic reticulum in vitro. In: Biochimica et Biophysica Acta : Biomembranes, 1858 (2016). - S. 2035-2040.

Christian Schaaf, Stephan Gekle: Spatially resolved dielectric constant of confined water and its connection to the non-local nature of bulk water. In: The Journal of Chemical Physics, 145 (2016). - S. 084901.

Tomasz Jungst, Willi Smolan, Kristin Schacht, Thomas Scheibel, Jürgen Groll: Strategies and Molecular Design Criteria for 3D Printable Hydrogels. In: Chemical Reviews, 116 (2016). - S. 1496-1539.

Stephan Gekle: Strongly Accelerated Margination of Active Particles in Blood Flow. In: Biophysical Journal, 110 (2016). - S. 514-520.

Elena Doblhofer, Jasmin Schmid, Martin Rieß, Matthias Daab, Magdalena Suntinger, Christoph Habel, Hendrik Bargel, Christoph Hugenschmidt, Sabine Rosenfeldt, Josef Breu, Thomas Scheibel: Structural Insights into Water-Based Spider Silk Protein−Nanoclay Composites with Excellent Gas and Water Vapor Barrier Properties. In: ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 8 (2016). - S. 25535-25543.

Ling Peng, Shaohua Jjang, Maximilian Seuss, Andreas Fery, Gregor Lang, Thomas Scheibel, Seema Agarwal: Two-in-One Composite Fibers With Side-by-Side Arrangement of Silk Fibroin and Poly(l-lactide) by Electrospinning. In: Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 301 (2016). - S. 48-55.

Thomas Scheibel, Jürgen Groll, Aldo R. Boccaccini, Tobias Zehnder, Tomasz Jungst, Kristin Schacht: Zellgewebe aus dem Drucker. In: Nachrichten aus der Chemie, 64 (2016). - S. 13-16.

Hendrik Bargel, Thomas Scheibel: Zukunftsfeld Bionik. In: Spektrum, 12 (2016). - S. 54-57.


David Keerl:Material characterization of an engineered spider silk protein and conception of a process for its biomimetic spinning. - Bayreuth: 2015. - XIII, 164 S.
(Dissertation, 2015, Universität Bayreuth, Fakultät für Ingenieurwissenschaften)

Thomas Scheibel: Die Kräfte der Superhelden oder : Was Spiderman besser wissen sollte. - Bayreuth : 2015. - 30 S.

Dirk Kostrewa, Claus-D. Kuhn, C. Engel, Patrick Cramer: An alternative RNA polymerase I structure reveals a dimer hinge. In: Acta Crystallographica Section D, 71 (2015). - S. 1850-1855.

Elise DeSimone, Kristin Schacht, Tomasz Jungst, Jürgen Groll, Thomas Scheibel: Biofabrication of 3D constructs : fabrication technologies and spider silk proteins as bioinks. In: Pure and Applied Chemistry, 87 (2015). - S. 737-749.

Kristin Schacht, Tomasz Jungst, Matthias Schweinlin, Andrea Ewald, Jürgen Groll, Thomas Scheibel: Biofabrication of Cell-Loaded 3D Spider Silk Constructs. In: Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 54 (2015). - S. 2816-2820.

Aniela Heidebrecht, Lukas Eisoldt, Johannes Diehl, Andreas Schmidt, Martha Geffers, Gregor Lang, Thomas Scheibel: Biomimetic Fibers Made of Recombinant Spidroins with the Same Toughness as Natural Spider Silk. In: Advanced Materials, 27 (2015). - S. 2189-2194.

Miriam Jahn, Stephan Gekle: Bulk and interfacial liquid water as a transient network. In: Physical Review E, 92 (2015). - .

Jean-Yves Cornu, Ulrich Deinlein, Stephan Höreth, Manuel Braun, Holger Schmidt, Michael Weber, Daniel P. Persson, Søren Husted, Jan Kofod Schjørring, Stephan Clemens: Contrasting effects of nicotianamine synthase knockdown on zinc and nickel tolerance and accumulation in the zinc/cadmium hyperaccumulator Arabidopsis halleri. In: New Phytologist, 206 (2015). - S. 738-750.

Kristin Schacht, Tomasz Jungst, Matthias Schweinlin, Andrea Ewald, Jürgen Groll, Thomas Scheibel: Dreidimensional gedruckte, zellbeladene Konstrukte aus Spinnenseide. In: Angewandte Chemie, 127 (2015). - S. 2858-2862.

Thomas Scheibel: Engineering of rec SSP allows defined drug uptake and release. In: Biotech, Biomaterials and Biomedical : TechConnect Briefs 2015. - Boca Raton : Productivy Press, 2015. - S. 1-4.

Elena Doblhofer, Thomas Scheibel: Engineering of Recombinant Spider Silk Proteins Allows Defined Uptake and Release of Substances. In: Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 104 (2015). - S. 988-994.

Martina B. Elsner, Heike M. Herold, Susanne Müller-Herrmann, Hendrik Bargel, Thomas Scheibel: Enhanced cellular uptake of engineered spider silk particles. In: Biomaterials Science, 3 (2015). - S. 543-551.

Willi Riber, Jana T. Müller, Eric J. W. Visser, Rashmi Sasidharan, Laurentius A. C. J. Voesenek, Angelika Mustroph: The greening after extended darkness1 is an N-end rule pathway mutant with high tolerance to submergence and starvation. In: Plant Physiology, 167 (2015). - S. 1616-1629.

Gregor Lang:Herstellung und Charakterisierung von Fasern aus rekombinanten Spinnenseidenproteinen und deren potentielle Applikationen. - Bayreuth: 2015. - III, 167 S.
(Dissertation, 2015, Universität Bayreuth, Fakultät für Ingenieurwissenschaften)

Susanne Hellmuth, Scott Rata, Andreas Brown, Stefan Heidmann, Bela Novak, Olaf Stemmann: Human Chromosome Segregation Involves Multi-Layered Regulation of Separase by the Peptidyl-Prolyl-Isomerase Pin1. In: Molecular Cell, 58 (2015). - S. 495-506.

Julia Hoffmann, Rolf Fickentscher, Matthias Weiss: Influence of organelle geometry on the apparent binding kinetics of peripheral membrane proteins. In: Physical Review E, 91 (2015). - S. 022721.

Martin Humenik, Andrew M. Smith, Sina Arndt, Thomas Scheibel: Ion and seed dependent fibril assembly of a spidroin core domain. In: Journal of Structural Biology, 191 (2015). - S. 130-138.

Anja Yvonne Lauterbach, Thomas Scheibel: Life cycle assessment of spider silk nonwoven meshes in an air filtration device. In: Green Materials, 3 (2015). - S. 15-24.

Olivia Stiehl, Kathrin Weidner-Hertrampf, Matthias Weiss: Macromolecular crowding impacts on the diffusion and conformation of DNA hairpins. In: Physical Review E, 91 (2015). - S. 012703.

Fatima Verissimo, Aliaksandr Halavatyi, Rainer Pepperkok, Matthias Weiss: A microtubule-independent role of p150glued in secretory cargo concentration at endoplasmic reticulum exit sites. In: Journal of Cell Science, 128 (2015). - S. 4160-4170.

Claus-D. Kuhn, Jeremy E. Wilusz, Yuxuan Zheng, Peter A. Beal, Leemor Joshua-Tor: On-enzyme refolding permits small RNA and tRNA surveillance by the CCA-adding enzyme. In: Cell, 160 (2015). - S. 644-658.

Nina Schweizer, Nisha Pawar, Matthias Weiss, Helder Maiato: An organelle-exclusion envelope assists mitosis and underlies distinct molecular crowding in the spindle region. In: The Journal of Cell Biology, 210 (2015). - S. 695-704.

Nicola Blum, Gerrit Begemann: Osteoblast de- and redifferentiation are controlled by a dynamic response to retinoic acid during zebrafish fin regeneration. In: Development, 142 (2015). - S. 2894-2903.

Christian Seutter von Loetzen:Die physiologische und immunologische Rolle von PR-10 Allergenen. - Bayreuth: 2015. - V, 125 S.
(Dissertation, 2015, Universität Bayreuth, Fakultät für Biologie, Chemie und Geowissenschaften)

Kerstin D. Tillmann, Veronika Reiterer, Francesco Baschieri, Julia Hoffmann, Valentina Millarte, Mark A. Hauser, Arnon Mazza, Nir Atias, Daniel F. Legler, Roded Sharan, Matthias Weiss, Hesso Farhan: Regulation of Sec16 levels and dynamics links proliferation and secretion. In: Journal of Cell Science, 128 (2015). - S. 670-682.

Nicola Blum, Gerrit Begemann: Retinoic acid signaling spatially restricts osteoblasts and controls ray-interray organization during zebrafish fin regeneration. In: Development, 142 (2015). - S. 2888-2893.

Martin Neuenfeldt, Thomas Scheibel: Silks from Insects — From Natural Diversity to Applications. In: Hoffmann, Klaus H. (Hrsg.): Insect Molecular Biology and Ecology. - Boca Raton : CRC Press, 2015. - S. 376-400.

Elena Doblhofer, Aniela Heidebrecht, Thomas Scheibel: To spin or not to spin: spider silk fibers and more. In: Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 99 (2015). - S. 9361-9380.

Thomas Scheibel: Vom Spinnennetz zur High-Tech-Faser. In: Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau, 68 (2015). - S. 36-37.

Philipp Gasch:Zentrale Cis- und Transregulation der pflanzlichen Hypoxieantwort. - Bayreuth: 2015. - VII, 158 S.
(Dissertation, 2015, Universität Bayreuth, Fakultät für Biologie, Chemie und Geowissenschaften)

Susanne Müller-Herrmann, Thomas Scheibel: Enzymatic Degradation of Films, Particles, and Nonwoven Meshes Made of a Recombinant Spider Silk Protein. In: ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering, 1 (2015). - S. 247-259.


Cordt Zollfrank, Thomas Scheibel, Heike Seitz, Nahum Travitzky: Bioinspired materials engineering. In: Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry : 100 years. - Weinheim : Wiley-VCH, 2014.

Sina Fischer, Tanja Kühnlenz, Michael Thieme, Holger Schmidt, Stephan Clemens: Analysis of plant Pb tolerance at realistic submicromolar concentrations demonstrates the role of phytochelatin synthesis for Pb detoxification. In: Environmental Science & Technology, 48 (2014). - S. 7552-7559.

Tanja Kühnlenz, Holger Schmidt, Shimpei Uraguchi, Stephan Clemens: Arabidopsis thaliana phytochelatin synthase 2 is constitutively active in vivo and can rescue the growth defect of the PCS1-deficient cad1-3 mutant on Cd-contaminated soil. In: Journal of Experimental Botany, 65 (2014). - S. 4241-4253.

Angelika Mustroph, Gregory A. Barding, Kayla A. Kaiser, Cynthia K. Larive, Julia Bailey-Serres: Characterization of distinct root and shoot responses to low-oxygen stress in Arabidopsis with a focus on primary C- and N-metabolism. In: Plant, Cell & Environment, 37 (2014). - S. 2366-2380.

Christian B. Borkner, Martina B. Elsner, Thomas Scheibel: Coatings and Films Made of Silk Proteins. In: ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 6 (2014). - S. 15611-15625.

Martin Humenik, Markus Drechsler, Thomas Scheibel: Controlled Hierarchical Assembly of Spider Silk-DNA Chimeras into Ribbons and Raft-Like Morphologies. In: Nano Letters, 14 (2014). - S. 3999-4004.

Michael H. Suhre, Thomas Scheibel, Clemens Steegborn, Melanie Gertz: Crystallization and preliminary X-ray diffractionanalysis of proximal thread matrix protein 1(PTMP1) from Mytilus galloprovincialis. In: Acta Crystallographica Section F, 70 (2014). - S. 769-772.

Melis Akman, Amit Bhikharie, Angelika Mustroph, Rashmi Sasidharan: Extreme flooding tolerance in Rorippa. In: Plant Signaling & Behavior, 9 (2014). - S. e27847.

John G. Hardy, André Pfaff, Aldo Leal-Egaña, Thomas Scheibel: Glycopolymer Functionalization of Engineered Spider Silk Protein-based Materials for Improved Cell Adhesion. In: Macromolecular Bioscience, 14 (2014). - S. 936-942.

Martin Humenik, Michael Magdeburg, Thomas Scheibel: Influence of repeat numbers on self-assembly rates of repetitive recombinant spider silk proteins. In: Journal of Structural Biology, 186 (2014). - S. 431-437.

Holger Schmidt, Carmen Günther, Michael Weber, Cornelia Spörlein, Sebastian Loscher, Christoph Böttcher, Rainer Schobert, Stephan Clemens: Metabolome analysis of Arabidopsis thaliana roots identifies a key metabolic pathway for iron acquisition. In: PLoS One, 9 (2014). - .

Gregor Lang, Thomas Scheibel: Multifunktionale Spinnenseide - ein vielversprechender Werkstoff. In: Maschinenmarkt, (2014). - S. 36.

Martin Humenik, Thomas Scheibel: Nanomaterial Building Blocks Based on Spider Silk - Oligonucleotide Conjugates. In: ACS Nano, 8 (2014). - S. 1342-1349.

Anja Hagenau, Michael H. Suhre, Thomas Scheibel: Nature as a blueprint for polymer material concepts : proteinfiber-reinforced composites as holdfasts of mussels. In: Progress in Polymer Science, 39 (2014). - S. 1564-1583.

Stefanie Wohlrab, Christopher Thamm, Thomas Scheibel: The Power of Recombinant Spider Silk Proteins. In: Asakura, Tetsuo ; Miller, Thomas (Hrsg.): Biotechnology of Silk. - Dordrecht : Springer, 2014. - S. 179-201.

Susanne Hellmuth, Franziska Böttger, Cuiping Pan, Matthias Mann, Olaf Stemmann: PP2A delays APC/C-dependent degradation of separase-associated but not free securin. In: The EMBO Journal, 33 (2014). - S. 1134-1147.

Kristin Schacht, Thomas Scheibel: Processing of recombinant spider silk proteins into tailor-made materials for biomaterials applications. In: Current Opinion in Biotechnology, 29 (2014). - S. 62-69.

David Keerl, Thomas Scheibel: Rheological characterization of silk solutions. In: Green Materials, 2 (2014). - S. 11-23.

Martin Humenik, Thomas Scheibel: Self-assembly of nucleic acids, silk and hybrid materials thereof. In: Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 26 (2014). - .

Maria Klecker, Philipp Gasch, Helga Peisker, Peter Dörmann, Hagen Schlicke, Bernhard Grimm, Angelika Mustroph: A Shoot-Specific Hypoxic Response of Arabidopsis Sheds Light on the Role of the Phosphate-Responsive Transcription Factor PHOSPHATE STARVATION RESPONSE1. In: Plant Physiology, 165 (2014). - S. 774-790.

Martin Neuenfeldt, Thomas Scheibel: Silks from Insects : From Natural Diversity to Applications. In: Klaus H. Hofmann (Hrsg.): Insect Molecular Biology and Ecology. - Boca Raton : CRC Press, 2014. - S. 376-400.

Claudia Blüm, Alfons Nichtl, Thomas Scheibel: Spider Silk Capsules as Protective Reaction Containers for Enzymes. In: Advanced Functional Materials, 24 (2014). - S. 763-768.

Philip H. Zeplin, Nathalie C. Maksimovikj, Martin C. Jordan, Joachim Nickel, Gregor Lang, Axel H. Leimer, Lin Römer, Thomas Scheibel: Spider Silk Coatings as a Bioshield to Reduce Periprosthetic Fibrous Capsule Formation. In: Advanced Functional Materials, 24 (2014). - S. 2658-2666.

Aniela Heidebrecht, Thomas Scheibel: Spionik : Biotech Spinnenseide und Ihre Einsatzgebiete. In: Bioforum, 37 (2014). - S. 20-22.

Michael H. Suhre, Melanie Gertz, Clemens Steegborn, Thomas Scheibel: Structural and functional features of a collagen-binding matrix protein from the mussel byssus. In: Nature Communications, 5 (2014). - .

Michael H. Suhre, Thomas Scheibel: Structural diversity of a collagen-binding matrix protein from the byssus of blue mussels upon refolding. In: Journal of Structural Biology, 186 (2014). - S. 75-85.

José R. A. dos Santos-Pinto, Günther Lamprecht, Wei-Qiang Chen, Seok Heo, John G. Hardy, Helga Priewalder, Thomas Scheibel, Mario Sergio Palma, Gert Lubec: Structure and post-translational modifications of the web silk protein spidroin-1 from Nephila spiders. In: Journal of Proteomics, 105 (2014). - S. 174-185.

Philip H. Zeplin, A.-K. Berninger, Nathalie C. Maksimovikj, P. van Gelder, Thomas Scheibel, H. Walles: Verbesserung der Biokompatibilität von Silikonimplantaten durch Spinnenseidenbeschichtung: Immunhistochemische Untersuchungen zum Einfluss auf die Kapselbildung. In: Handchirurgie, Mikrochirurgie, plastische Chirurgie, 46 (2014). - S. 336-341.

Stephan Clemens: Zn and Fe biofortification: the right chemical environment for human bioavailability. In: Plant Science, 225 (2014). - S. 52-57.


Ahmed Rattani, Magda Wolna, Mickael Ploquin, Wolfgang Helmhart, Seamus Morrone, Bernd Mayer, Jonathan Godwin, Wenqing Xu, Olaf Stemmann, Alberto M. Pendás, Kim Nasmyth: Sgol2 provides a regulatory platform that coordinates essential cell cycle processes during meiosis I in oocytes. In: eLife, 2 (2013). - .

Gregor Lang, Stephan Jokisch, Thomas Scheibel: Air Filter Devices Including Nonwoven Meshes of Electrospun Recombinant Spider Silk Proteins. In: JoVE, 75 (2013). - .

Julia P. Hofmann, Philip Denner, Carmen Nussbaum-Krammer, Peer-Hendrik Kuhn, Michael H. Suhre, Thomas Scheibel, Stefan F. Lichtenthaler, Hermann M. Schätzl, Daniele Bano, Ina M. Vorberg: Cell-to-cell propagation of infectious cytosolic protein aggregates. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 110 (2013). - S. 5951-5956.

Felix Bauer, Stefanie Wohlrab, Thomas Scheibel: Controllable cell adhesion, growth and orientation on layered silk protein films. In: Biomaterials Science, 1 (2013). - S. 1244-1249.

Eileen S. Lintz, Thomas Scheibel: Dragline, Egg Stalk and Byssus : A Comparison of Outstanding Protein Fibers and Their Potential for Developing New Materials. In: Advanced Functional Materials, 23 (2013). - S. 4467-4482.

John G. Hardy, Aldo Leal-Egaña, Thomas Scheibel: Engineered spider silk protein-based composites for drug delivery. In: Macromolecular Bioscience, 13 (2013). - S. 1431-1437.

Claus-D. Kuhn, Leemor Joshua-Tor: Eukaryotic Argonautes come into focus. In: Trends in Biochemical Sciences, 38 (2013). - S. 263-271.

Angelika Mustroph, Maria Eugenia Zanetti, Thomas Girke, Julia Bailey-Serres: Isolation and analysis of mRNAs from specific cell types of plants by ribosome immunopurification. In: Smet, Ive de (ed.): Plant organogenesis : methods and protocols. - New York : Humana Press, 2013. - S. 277-302.

Markus Heim, Martina B. Elsner, Thomas Scheibel: Lipid-Specific β‑Sheet Formation in a Mussel Byssus Protein Domain. In: Biomacromolecules, 14 (2013). - S. 3238-3245.

Martin Peter Neubauer, Claudia Blüm, Elisa Agostini, Julia Engert, Thomas Scheibel, Andreas Fery: Micromechanical characterization of spider silk particles. In: Biomaterials Science, 1 (2013). - S. 1160-1165.

Stephan Clemens, Mark G. M. Aarts, Sébastien Thomine, Nathalie Verbruggen: Plant Science : the key to preventing slow cadmium poisoning. In: Trends in Plant Science, 18 (2013). - S. 92-99.

Johannes Buheitel, Olaf Stemmann: Prophase pathway-dependent removal of cohesin from human chromosomes requires opening of the Smc3-Scc1 gate. In: The EMBO Journal, 32 (2013). - S. 666-676.

Kai U. Claußen, Eileen S. Lintz, Reiner Giesa, Hans-Werner Schmidt, Thomas Scheibel: Protein Gradient Films of Fibroin and Gelatine. In: Macromolecular Bioscience, 13 (2013). - S. 1396-1403.

Rashmi Sasidharan, Angelika Mustroph, Alex Boonman, Melis Akman, Ankie M. H. Ammerlaan, Timo Breit, M. Eric Schranz, Laurentius A. C. J. Voesenek, Peter H. van Tienderen: Root transcript profiling of two Rorippa species reveals gene clusters associated with extreme submergence tolerance. In: Plant Physiology, 163 (2013). - S. 1277-1292.

Thomas Scheibel: Spinnenseide. In: chemie & more, (2013). - S. 43-45.

Thomas Scheibel: Spinnenseide Biotech-Fasern mit naturidentischer Belastbarkeit. In: chemie & more, (2013). - S. 3-5.

Michael H. Suhre:Struktur-/Funktionsbeziehung rekombinant hergestellter Proteine aus dem Byssusfaden der Miesmuschel Mytilus galloprovincialis. - Bayreuth: 2013. - 198 S.
(Dissertation, 2013, Universität Bayreuth, Bayreuther Graduiertenschule für Mathematik und Naturwissenschaften - BayNAT)

Nicolas Helfricht, Maria Klug, Andreas Mark, Volodymyr Kuznetsov, Georg Papastavrou, Claudia Blüm, Thomas Scheibel: Surface properties of spider silk particles in solution. In: Biomaterials Science, 1 (2013). - S. 1166-1171.

Hans van Veen, Angelika Mustroph, Gregory A. Barding, Marleen Vergeer-van Eijk, Rob A. M. Welschen-Evertman, Ole Pedersen, Eric J. W. Visser, Cynthia K. Larive, Ronald Pierik, Julia Bailey-Serres, Laurentius A. C. J. Voesenek, Rashmi Sasidharan: Two Rumex species from contrasting hydrological niches regulate flooding tolerance through distinct mechanisms. In: The Plant Cell, 25 (2013). - S. 4691-4707.

Angelika Mustroph, Johanna Stock, Natalia Hess, Sophia Aldous, Anika Dreilich, Bernhard Grimm: Characterization of the phosphofructokinase gene family in rice and its expression under oxygen deficiency stress. In: Frontiers in Plant Science, 4 (2013). - .


Felix Bauer, Thomas Scheibel: Artificial Egg Stalks Made of a Recombinantly Produced Lacewing Silk Protein. In: Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 51 (2012). - S. 6521-6524.

Felix Bauer, Thomas Scheibel: Artifizielle Eierstiele, hergestellt aus rekombinant produziertem Florfliegenseidenprotein. In: Angewandte Chemie, 124 (2012). - S. 6627-6630.

Stefanie Wohlrab, Susanne Müller-Herrmann, Andreas Schmidt, Stefanie Neubauer, Horst Kessler, Aldo Leal-Egaña, Thomas Scheibel: Cell adhesion and proliferation on RGD-modified recombinant spider silk proteins. In: Biomaterials, 33 (2012). - S. 6550-6559.

David Keerl, Thomas Scheibel: Characterization of natural and biomimetic spider silk fibers. In: Bioinspired, Biomimetic and Nanobiomaterials, 1 (2012). - S. 83-94.

Claudia Blüm, Thomas Scheibel: Control of Drug Loading and Release Properties of Spider Silk Sub-Microparticles. In: BioNanoScience, 2 (2012). - S. 67-74.

Sandra A. Touati, Damien Cladière, Lisa M. Lister, Ioanna Leontiou, Jean-Philippe Chambon, Ahmed Rattani, Franziska Böttger, Olaf Stemmann, Kim Nasmyth, Mary Herbert, Katja Wassermann: Cyclin A2 Is Required for Sister Chromatid Segregation, But Not Separase Control, in Mouse Oocyte Meiosis. In: Cell Reports, 2 (2012). - S. 1077-1087.

Felix Bauer, Luca Bertinetti, Admir Masic, Thomas Scheibel: Dependence of Mechanical Properties of Lacewing Egg Stalks on Relative Humidity. In: Biomacromolecules, 13 (2012). - S. 3730-3735.

Thomas Scheibel: Herstellung und Verarbeitung von Spinnenseidenproteinen. In: GAK : Gummi, Fasern, Kunststoffe, 2012 (2012). - S. 41-43.

Aldo Leal-Egaña, Thomas Scheibel: Interactions of cells with silk surfaces. In: Journal of Materials Chemistry, 22 (2012). - S. 14330-14336.

Aldo Leal-Egaña, Gregor Lang, Carolin Mauerer, Jasmin Wickinghoff, Michael Weber, Stefan Geimer, Thomas Scheibel: Interactions of Fibroblasts with Different Morphologies Made of an Engineered Spider Silk Protein. In: Advanced Engineering Materials, 14 (2012). - .

Kai U. Claußen, Reiner Giesa, Thomas Scheibel, Hans-Werner Schmidt: Learning from Nature : Synthesis and Characterization of Longitudinal Polymer Gradient Materials Inspired by Mussel Byssus Threads. In: Macromolecular Rapid Communications, 33 (2012). - S. 206-211.

Kai U. Claußen, Thomas Scheibel, Hans-Werner Schmidt, Reiner Giesa: Polymer Gradient Materials : Can Nature Teach us New tricks?. In: Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 297 (2012). - S. 938-957.

Lukas Eisoldt, Christopher Thamm, Thomas Scheibel: The role of terminal domains during storage and assembly of spider silk proteins. In: Biopolymers, 97 (2012). - S. 355-361.

Elad Elkayam, Claus-D. Kuhn, Ante Tocilj, Astrid D. Haase, Emily M. Greene, Gregory J. Hannon, Leemor Joshua-Tor: The structure of human argonaute-2 in complex with miR-20a. In: Cell, 150 (2012). - S. 100-110.

Jeremy E. Wilusz, Courtney K. JnBaptiste, Laura Y. Lu, Claus-D. Kuhn, Leemor Joshua-Tor, Phillip A. Sharp: A triple helix stabilizes the 3' ends of long noncoding RNAs that lack poly(A) tails. In: Genes & Development, 26 (2012). - S. 2392-2407.

Seth L. Young, Maneesh Gupta, Christoph Hanske, Andreas Fery, Thomas Scheibel, Vladimir V. Tsukruk: Utilizing conformational changes for patterning thin films of recombinant spider silk proteins. In: Biomacromolecules, 13 (2012). - S. 3189-3199.

Stefanie Wohlrab, Kristina Spieß, Thomas Scheibel: Varying surface hydrophobicities of coatings made of recombinant spider silk proteins. In: Journal of Materials Chemistry, 22 (2012). - S. 22050-22054.


André Franz, Michael Orth, Paul A. Pirson, Remi Sonneville, J. Julian Blow, Anton Gartner, Olaf Stemmann, Thorsten Hoppe: CDC-48/p97 Coordinates CDT1 Degradation with GINS Chromatin Dissociation to Ensure Faithful DNA Replication. In: Molecular Cell, 44 (2011). - S. 85-96.

Laura Schöckel, Martin Möckel, Bernd Mayer, Dominik Boos, Olaf Stemmann: Cleavage of cohesin rings coordinates the separation of centrioles and chromatids. In: Nature Cell Biology, 13 (2011). - S. 966-972.

Eva Hormanseder, Thomas Tischer, Simone Heubes, Olaf Stemmann, Thomas U. Mayer: Non-proteolytic ubiquitylation counteracts the APC/C-inhibitory function of XErp1. In: EMBO Reports, 12 (2011). - S. 436-443.

Kristin Schacht, Thomas Scheibel: Controlled Hydrogel Formation of a Recombinant Spider Silk Protein. In: Biomacromolecules, 12 (2011). - S. 2488-2495.

Lukas Eisoldt, Andrew M. Smith, Thomas Scheibel: Decoding the secrets of spider silk. In: Materials Today, 14 (2011). - S. 80-86.

Kristina Spieß, Roxana Ene, Caroline D. Keenan, Jürgen Senker, Friedrich Kremer, Thomas Scheibel: Impact of initial solvent on thermal stability and mechanical properties of recombinant spider silk films. In: Journal of Materials Chemistry, 21 (2011). - S. 13594-13604.

Anja Hagenau, Periklis Papadopoulos, Friedrich Kremer, Thomas Scheibel: Mussel collagen molecules with silk-like domains as load-bearing elements in distal byssal threads. In: Journal of Structural Biology, 175 (2011). - S. 339-347.

Andreas Lammel, Martin Schwab, Markus Hofer, Gerhard Winter, Thomas Scheibel: Recombinant spider silk particles as drug delivery vehicles. In: Biomaterials, 32 (2011). - S. 2233-2240.

Martin Humenik, Andrew M. Smith, Thomas Scheibel: Recombinant Spider Silks : Biopolymers with Potential for Future Applications. In: Polymers, 3 (2011). - S. 640-661.

Michael Orth, Bernd Mayer, Kinga Rehm, Ulli Rothweiler, Doris Heidmann, Tad A. Holak, Olaf Stemmann: Shugoshin is a Mad1/Cdc20-like interactor of Mad2. In: The EMBO Journal, 30 (2011). - S. 2868-2880.

Martin Humenik, Thomas Scheibel, Andrew M. Smith: Spider silk : understanding the structure-function relationship of a natural fiber. In: Progress in Molecular Biology and Translational Science, 103 (2011). - S. 131-185.

Franz Hagn, Christopher Thamm, Thomas Scheibel, Horst Kessler: PH-abhängige Dimerisierung und salzabhängige Stabilisierung der N-terminalen Domäne von Abseilfaden-Spinnenseide : Details zur Initiation des Assemblierungsprozesses. In: Angewandte Chemie, 123 (2011). - S. 324-328.

Franz Hagn, Christopher Thamm, Thomas Scheibel, Horst Kessler: pH-Dependent Dimerization and Salt-Dependent Stabilization of the N-terminal Domain of Spider Dragline Silk—Implications for Fiber Formation. In: Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 50 (2011). - S. 310-313.


Thomas Scheibel: Basu, B. ; Katti, D. S. ; Kumar , A. (Hrsg.): Advanced Biomaterials, Weinheim, 2010. In:Macromolecular Bioscience, 10, S. 674: 2010

David Keerl, John G. Hardy, Thomas Scheibel: Biomimetic spinning of recombinant silk proteins. In: Roger Narayan (Hrsg.): Micro- and nanoscale processing of biomaterials : proceedings of Symposium VV. - Warrendale : MRS, 2010.

Lily Hui-Ching Wang, Bernd Mayer, Olaf Stemmann, Erich A. Nigg: Centromere DNA decatenation depends on cohesin removal and is required for mammalian cell division. In: Journal of Cell Science, 123 (2010). - S. 806-813.

Markus Heim, Christian B. Ackerschott, Thomas Scheibel: Characterization of recombinantly produced spider flagelliform silk domains. In: Journal of Structural Biology, 170 (2010). - S. 420-425.

John G. Hardy, Thomas Scheibel: Composite materials based on silk proteins. In: Progress in Polymer Science, 35 (2010). - S. 1093-1115.

Franz Hagn, Lukas Eisoldt, John G. Hardy, Charlotte Vendrely, Murray Coles, Thomas Scheibel, Horst Kessler: A conserved spider silk domain acts as a molecular switch that controls fibre assembly. In: Nature, 465 (2010). - S. 239-242.

Andreas Lammel, Xioa Hu, Sang-Hyug Park, David L. Kaplan, Thomas Scheibel: Controlling silk fibroin particle features for drug delivery. In: Biomaterials, 31 (2010). - S. 4583-4591.

Andrew M. Smith, Thomas Scheibel: Functional Amyloids Used by Organisms : a Lesson in Controlling Assembly. In: Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 211 (2010). - S. 127-135.

Kristina Spieß, Andreas Lammel, Thomas Scheibel: Recombinant Spider Silk Proteins for Applications in Biomaterials. In: Macromolecular Bioscience, 10 (2010). - S. 998-1007.

Lukas Eisoldt, John G. Hardy, Markus Heim, Thomas Scheibel: The role of salt and shear on the storage and assembly of spider silk proteins. In: Journal of Structural Biology, 170 (2010). - S. 413-419.

Aldo Leal-Egaña, Thomas Scheibel: Silk-based materials for biomedical applications. In: Biotechnology and Applied Biochemistry, 55 (2010). - S. 155-167.

Thomas Scheibel: Spider silk : from nature to bio-inspired materials. In: Chemical Fibers International, 60 (2010). - S. 160-161.

Kristina Spieß, Stefanie Wohlrab, Thomas Scheibel: Structural characterization and functionalization of engineered spider silk films. In: Soft Matter, 6 (2010). - S. 4168-4174.

Anja Hagenau, Thomas Scheibel: Towards the Recombinant Production of Mussel Byssal Collagens. In: The Journal of Adhesion, 86 (2010). - S. 10-24.

Markus Heim, Lin Römer, Thomas Scheibel: Hierarchical structures made of proteins : The complex architecture of spider webs and their constituent silk proteins. In: Chemical Society Reviews, 39 (2010). - S. 156-164.


Michael H. Suhre, Simone Hess, Adrian V. Golser, Thomas Scheibel: Influence of divalent copper, manganese and zinc ions on fibril nucleation and elongation of the amyloid-like yeast prion determinant Sup35p-NM. In: Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, 103 (2009). - S. 1711-1720.

Cyrille Vézy, Kevin D. Hermanson, Thomas Scheibel, Andreas R. Bausch: Interfacial rheological properties of recombinant spider-silk proteins. In: Biointerphases, 4 (2009). - S. 43-46.

Ingo Grunwald, Klaus Rischka, Stefan M. Kast, Thomas Scheibel, Hendrik Bargel: Mimicking biopolymers on a molecular scale: nano(bio)technology based on engineered proteins. In: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 367 (2009). - S. 1727-1747.

John G. Hardy, Thomas Scheibel: Production and processing of spider silk proteins. In: Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 47 (2009). - S. 3957-3963.

Nobuaki R. Kudo, Martin Anger, Antoine H. Peters, Olaf Stemmann, Hans-Christian Theussl, Wolfgang Helmhart, Hiromi Kudo, Christa Heyting, Kim Nasmyth: Role of cleavage by separase of the Rec8 kleisin subunit of cohesin during mammalian meiosis I. In: Journal of Cell Science, 122 (2009). - S. 2686-2698.

John G. Hardy, Thomas Scheibel: Silk-inspired polymers and proteins. In: Biochemical Society Transactions, 37 (2009). - S. 677-681.

Tobias Pirzer, Michael Geisler, Thomas Scheibel, Thorsten Hugel: Single molecule force measurements delineate salt, pH and surface effects on biopolymer adhesion. In: Physical Biology, 6 (2009). - .

Markus Heim, David Keerl, Thomas Scheibel: Spider Silk: From Soluble Protein to Extraordinary Fiber. In: Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 48 (2009). - S. 3584-3596.

Thomas Scheibel: Spinnenseide - was Spiderman wissen sollte. In: BIOspektrum, 15 (2009). - S. 23-25.

Markus Heim, David Keerl, Thomas Scheibel: Spinnenseide: vom löslichen Protein zur außergewöhnlichen Faser. In: Angewandte Chemie, 121 (2009). - S. 3638-3650.

Anja Hagenau, Holger A. Scheidt, Louise Serpell, Daniel Huster, Thomas Scheibel: Structural Analysis of Proteinaceous Components in Byssal Threads of the Mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis. In: Macromolecular Bioscience, 9 (2009). - S. 162-168.

Walter Krenkel, David Keerl, Felix Bauer, John G. Hardy, Ute Slotta, Thomas Scheibel: Verspinnen von Proteinfasern für technische Anwendungen. In: Walter Krenkel (Hrsg.): Verbundwerkstoffe : 17. Symposium Verbundwerkstoffe und Werkstoffverbunde. - Weinheim : Wiley-VCH, 2009. - S. 689-692.

Carmen Krammer, Dmitry Kryndushkin, Michael H. Suhre, Elisabeth Kremmer, Andreas Hofmann, Alexander Pfeifer, Thomas Scheibel, Reed B. Wickner, Hermann M. Schätzl, Ina M. Vorberg: The yeast Sup35NM domain propagates as a prion in mammalian cells. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 106 (2009). - S. 462-467.


Henrik Daub, Jesper V. Olsen, Michaela Bairlein, Florian Gnad, Felix S. Oppermann, Roman Korner, Zoltán Greff, György Keri, Olaf Stemmann, Matthias Mann: Kinase-selective enrichment enables quantitative phosphoproteomics of the kinome across the cell cycle. In: Molecular Cell, 31 (2008). - S. 438-448.

Sebastian Rammensee, Ute Slotta, Thomas Scheibel, Andreas R. Bausch: Assembly mechanism of recombinant spider silk proteins. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 105 (2008). - S. 6590-6595.

Ute Slotta, Sebastian Rammensee, Stanislav Gorb, Thomas Scheibel: Bildung von Mikrokugeln eines rekombinanten Spinnenseidenproteins. In: Angewandte Chemie, 120 (2008). - S. 4668-4670.

Sebastian R. Geiger, Claus-D. Kuhn, Christoph Leidig, Jörg Renkawitz, Patrick Cramer: Crystallization of RNA polymerase I subcomplex A14/A43 by iterative prediction, probing and removal of flexible regions. In: Acta Crystallographica Section F, 64 (2008). - S. 413-418.

Lin Römer, Thomas Scheibel: The elaborate structure of spider silk : Structure and function of a natural high performance fiber. In: Prion, 2 (2008). - S. 154-161.

Ute Slotta, Sebastian Rammensee, Stanislav Gorb, Thomas Scheibel: An Engineered Spider Silk Protein Forms Microspheres. In: Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 47 (2008). - S. 4592-4594.

Burkhard Liebmann, Daniel Hümmerich, Thomas Scheibel, Marcus Fehr: Formulation of poorly water-soluble substances using self-assembling spider silk protein. In: Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 331 (2008). - S. 126-132.

Michael Geisler, Tobias Pirzer, Christian B. Ackerschott, Simon Q. Lud, Jose A. Garrido, Thomas Scheibel, Thorsten Hugel: Hydrophobic and Hofmeister Effects on the Adhesion of Spider Silk Proteins onto Solid Substrates:  An AFM-Based Single-Molecule Study. In: Langmuir, 24 (2008). - S. 1350-1355.

Charlotte Vendrely, Christian B. Ackerschott, Lin Römer, Thomas Scheibel: Molecular design of performance proteins with repetitive sequences: recombinant flagelliform spider silk as basis for biomaterials.. In: Ehud Gazit, Ruth Nussinov (Hrsg.): Nanostructure design : methods and protocols. - Totowa, NJ : Humana Press, 2008. - S. 3-14.

Ulli Rothweiler, Anna Czarna, Lutz Weber, Grzegorz M. Popowicz, Kinga Brongel, Kaja Kowalska, Michael Orth, Olaf Stemmann, Tad A. Holak: NMR screening for lead compounds using tryptophan-mutated proteins.. In: Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 51 (2008). - S. 5035-5042.

Dominik Horinek, A. Serr, Markus Geisler, Tobias Pirzer, Ute Slotta, Simon Q. Lud, Jose A. Garrido, Thomas Scheibel, Thorsten Hugel, Roland R. Netz: Peptide adsorption on a hydrophobic surface results from an interplay of solvation, surface, and intrapeptide forces. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 105 (2008). - S. 2842-2847.

Dominik Boos, Christian Kuffer, Rene Lenobel, Roman Korner, Olaf Stemmann: Phosphorylation-dependent binding of cyclin B1 to a Cdc6-like domain of human separase. In: The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 283 (2008). - S. 816-823.

John G. Hardy, Lin Römer, Thomas Scheibel: Polymeric materials based on silk proteins. In: Polymer, 49 (2008). - S. 4309-4327.

Carmen Krammer, Michael H. Suhre, Elisabeth Kremmer, Claudia Diemer, Simone Hess, Hermann M. Schätzl, Thomas Scheibel, Ina M. Vorberg: Prion protein/protein interactions: fusion with yeast Sup35p-NM modulates cytosolic PrP aggregation in mammalian cells. In: The FASEB Journal, 22 (2008). - S. 762-773.

Andreas Lammel, Martin Schwab, Ute Slotta, Gerhard Winter, Thomas Scheibel: Processing conditions for the formation of spider silk microspheres. In: ChemSusChem, 1 (2008). - S. 413-416.

Andreas Lammel, David Keerl, Lin Römer, Thomas Scheibel: Proteins: Polymers of natural origin. In: Jie Hu (Hrsg.): Recent Advances in Biomaterials Research. - Trivandrum : Transworld Research Network, 2008. - S. 1.

Ibtissem Nabti, Alexandra Reis, Mark Levasseur, Olaf Stemmann, Keith T. Jones: Securin and not CDK1/cyclin B1 regulates sister chromatid disjunction during meiosis II in mouse eggs. In: Developmental Biology, 321 (2008). - S. 379-386.

Jochen Gerber, Alarich Reiter, Robert Steinbauer, Steffen Jakob, Claus-D. Kuhn, Patrick Cramer, Joachim Griesenbeck, Philipp Milkereit, Herbert Tschochner: Site specific phosphorylation of yeast RNA polymerase I. In: Nucleic Acids Research, 36 (2008). - S. 793-802.

Lin Römer, Thomas Scheibel: Spinnen wie die Spinnen. In: Nachrichten aus der Chemie, 56 (2008). - S. 516-519.

Uwe Weidenauer, Thomas Scheibel: Spinnenseidenproteine als pharmazeutischer Hilfsstoff. In: Deutsche Apotheker-Zeitung, 148 (2008). - S. 3152-3154.

Patrick Cramer, Karim J. Armache, Sonja Baumli, Stefan Benkert, Florian Brueckner, Claudia Buchen, Gerke E. Damsma, Stefan Dengl, Sebastian R. Geiger, Anja J. Jasiak, Anass Jawhari, Stefan Jennebach, Tomislav Kamenski, Hubert Kettenberger, Claus-D. Kuhn, Elisabeth Lehmann, Kristin Leike, Jasmin F. Sydow, Alessandro Vannini: Structure of eukaryotic RNA polymerases. In: Annual Review of Biophysics, 37 (2008). - S. 337-352.


Simone Heubes, Olaf Stemmann: The AAA-ATPase p97Ufd1/Npl4 Is Required for ERAD but Not for Spindle Disassembly in Xenopus Egg Extracts. In: Journal of Cell Science, 120 (2007). - S. 1325-1329.

Simone Hess, Susan L. Lindquist, Thomas Scheibel: Alternative assembly pathways of the amyloidogenic yeast prion determinant Sup35–NM. In: EMBO Reports, 8 (2007). - S. 1196-1201.

Josef H. Exler, Daniel Hümmerich, Thomas Scheibel: Die amphiphilen Eigenschaften von Spinnenseidenproteinen sind entscheidend für ihr Verspinnen. In: Angewandte Chemie, 119 (2007). - S. 3629-3632.

Josef H. Exler, Daniel Hümmerich, Thomas Scheibel: The Amphiphilic Properties of Spider Silks Are Important for Spinning. In: Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 46 (2007). - S. 3559-3562.

Charlotte Vendrely, Thomas Scheibel: Biotechnological Production of Spider-Silk Proteins Enables New Applications. In: Macromolecular Bioscience, 7 (2007). - S. 401-409.

Martin Schmidt, Lin Römer, Martin Strehle, Thomas Scheibel: Conquering isoleucine auxotrophy of Escherichia coli BLR(DE3) to recombinantly produce spider silk proteins in minimal media. In: Biotechnology Letters, 29 (2007). - S. 1741-1744.

Grit Lodderstedt, Simone Hess, Gerd Hause, Till Scheuermann, Thomas Scheibel, Elisabeth Schwarz: Effect of oculopharyngeal muscular dystrophy-associated extension of seven alanines on the fibrillation properties of the N-terminal domain of PABPN1. In: The FEBS Journal, 274 (2007). - S. 346-355.

Kevin D. Hermanson, Daniel Hümmerich, Thomas Scheibel, Andreas R. Bausch: Engineered Microcapsules Fabricated from Reconstituted Spider Silk. In: Advanced Materials, 19 (2007). - S. 1810-1815.

Claus-D. Kuhn, Sebastian R. Geiger, Sonja Baumli, Marco Gartmann, Jochen Gerber, Stefan Jennebach, Thorsten Mielke, Herbert Tschochner, Roland Beckmann, Patrick Cramer: Functional architecture of RNA polymerase I. In: Cell, 131 (2007). - S. 1260-1272.

Kevin D. Hermanson, Markus B. Harasim, Thomas Scheibel, Andreas R. Bausch: Permeability of silk microcapsules made by the interfacial adsorption of protein. In: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 9 (2007). - S. 6442-6446.

Dong Jijun, Jesse Bloom, Vladimir Goncharov, Madhuri Chattopadhyay, Glenn L. Millhauser, David G. Lynn, Thomas Scheibel, Susan L. Lindquist: Probing the Role of PrP Repeats in Conformational Conversion and Amyloid Assembly of Chimeric Yeast Prions. In: The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 282 (2007). - S. 34204-34212.

Andrew J. Holland, Franziska Böttger, Olaf Stemmann, Stephen S. Taylor: Protein phosphatase 2A and separase form a complex regulated by separase autocleavage. In: The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 282 (2007). - S. 24623-24632.

Ute Slotta, Simone Hess, Kristina Spieß, Thusnelda Stromer, Louise Serpell, Thomas Scheibel: Spider Silk and Amyloid Fibrils : A Structural Comparison. In: Macromolecular Bioscience, 7 (2007). - S. 183-188.

Lin Römer, Thomas Scheibel: Spinnenseidenproteine: Grundlage für neue Materialien. In: Chemie in unserer Zeit, 41 (2007). - S. 306-314.

Ezzeldin Metwalli, Ute Slotta, C. Darko, Stephan V. Roth, Thomas Scheibel, C. M. Papadakis: Structural changes of thin films from recombinant spider silk proteins upon post-treatment. In: Applied Physics A, 89 (2007). - S. 655-661.

Thomas Scheibel, Lin Römer, Kristina Spieß: Transparente Folien aus Spinnenseide. In: GIT : Labor-Fachzeitschrift, 51 (2007). - S. 928-931.


Ingo H. Gorr, Alexandra Reis, Dominik Boos, Martin Wühr, Suzanne Madgwick, Keith T. Jones, Olaf Stemmann: Essential Cdk1-inhibitory role for separase during meiosis I in vertebrate oocytes. In: Nature Cell Biology, 8 (2006). - S. 1035-1037.

Olaf Stemmann, Dominik Boos, Ingo H. Gorr: Anaphase Topsy-Turvy : Cdk1 a securin, separase a CKI. In: Cell Cycle, 5 (2006). - S. 11-13.

Sayam Sen Gupta, Thomas Scheibel: Folding, self-assembly and conformational switches of proteins. In: Joseph P. Zbilut, Thomas Scheibel (Hrsg.): Protein Folding-Misfolding : Some Current Concepts of Protein Chemistry. - New York : Nova Science Publishers, 2006. - S. 1-13.

Charlotte Vendrely, Thomas Scheibel: Mammalian versus yeast prions : biophysical insights in structure and assembly mechanisms. In: Bridgette V. Doupher (Hrsg.): Prions : New Research. - New York : Nova Science Publishers, 2006. - S. 251-284.

F. Junghans, M. Morawietz, U. Conrad, Thomas Scheibel, A. Heilmann, U. Spohn: Preparation and mechanical properties of layers made of recombinant spider silk proteins and silk from silk worm. In: Applied Physics A, 82 (2006). - S. 253-260.

Daniel Hümmerich, Ute Slotta, Thomas Scheibel: Processing and modification of films made from recombinant spider silk proteins. In: Applied Physics A, 82 (2006). - S. 219-222.

Johannes Buchner, Thomas Scheibel: Protein Aggregation as a Cause for Disease. In: Br. K. Starke, Matthias Gaestel (Hrsg.): Molecular chaperones in Health and Disease. - Berlin : Springer, 2006. - S. 199-219.

Sebastian Rammensee, Daniel Hümmerich, Kevin D. Hermanson, Thomas Scheibel, Andreas R. Bausch: Rheological characterization of hydrogels formed by recombinantly produced spider silk. In: Applied Physics A, 82 (2006). - S. 261-264.

Shashi Bhushan, Claus-D. Kuhn, Anna-Karin Berglund, Christian Roth, Elzbieta Glaser: The role of the N-terminal domain of chloroplast targeting peptides in organellar protein import and miss-sorting. In: FEBS Letters, 580 (2006). - S. 3966-3972.

Thomas Scheibel: Silk : a biomaterial with several facets. In: Applied Physics A, 82 (2006). - S. 191-192.

Joseph P. Zbilut, Thomas Scheibel, Daniel Hümmerich, Charles L. Webber Jr., Mauro Colafranceschi, Alessandro Giuliani: Statistical approaches for investigating silk properties. In: Applied Physics A, 82 (2006). - S. 243-251.

Ute Slotta, Michael Tammer, Friedrich Kremer, Patrick Koelsch, Thomas Scheibel: Structural Analysis of Spider Silk Films. In: Supramolecular Chemistry, 18 (2006). - S. 465-471.


Ingo H. Gorr, Dominik Boos, Olaf Stemmann: Mutual Inhibition of Separase and Cdk1 by Two-Step Complex Formation. In: Molecular Cell, 19 (2005). - S. 135-141.

Hector Viadiu, Olaf Stemmann, Marc W. Kirschner, Thomas Walz: Domain structure of separase and its binding to securin as determined by EM. In: Nature Structural & Molecular Biology, 12 (2005). - S. 552-553.

Andreas Junger, Doris Kaufmann, Thomas Scheibel, Ralf Weberskirch: Biosynthesis of an Elastin-Mimetic Polypeptide with Two Different Chemical Functional Groups within the Repetitive Elastin Fragment. In: Macromolecular Bioscience, 5 (2005). - S. 494-501.

Thomas Scheibel, Louise Serpell: Physical Methods for Studies of Fiber Formation and Structure. In: Johannes Buchner, Thomas Kiefhaber (Hrsg.): Protein folding handbook. Band 1. - Weinheim : Wiley-VCH, 2005. - S. 193-248.

Thomas Scheibel: Protein fibers as performance proteins: new technologies and applications.. In: Current Opinion in Biotechnology, 16 (2005). - S. 427-433.

Olaf Stemmann, Dominik Boos, Ingo H. Gorr: Rephrasing anaphase : Separase FEARs shugoshin. In: Chromosoma, 113 (2005). - S. 409-417.

Katrin Pfleghaar, Simone Heubes, Jürgen Cox, Olaf Stemmann, Michael R. Speicher: Securin Is Not Required for Chromosomal Stability in Human Cells. In: PLoS Biology, 3 (2005). - .

Joseph P. Zbilut, Thomas Scheibel, Daniel Hümmerich, Charles L. Webber Jr., Mauro Colafranceschi, Alessandro Giuliani: Spatial stochastic resonance in protein hydrophobicity. In: Physics Letters A, 346 (2005). - S. 33-41.


Thomas Scheibel: Amyloid formation of a yeast prion determinant. In: Journal of Molecular Neuroscience, 23 (2004). - S. 13-22.

Thomas Scheibel, Jesse Bloom, Susan L. Lindquist: The elongation of yeast prion fibers involves separable steps of association and conversion. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 101 (2004). - S. 2287-2292.

Daniel Hümmerich, Thomas Scheibel, Fritz Vollrath, Shulamit Cohen, Uri Gat, Shmulik Ittah: Novel Assembly Properties of Recombinant Spider Dragline Silk Proteins. In: Current Biology, 14 (2004). - S. 2070-2074.

Daniel Hümmerich, Christopher W. Helsen, Susanne Quedzuweit, Jan Oschmann, Rainer Rudolph, Thomas Scheibel: Primary Structure Elements of Spider Dragline Silks and Their Contribution to Protein Solubility. In: Biochemistry, 43 (2004). - S. 13604-13612.

Thomas Scheibel, Johannes Buchner: Methods in Molecular Biology. Vol. 232: Protein Misfolding and Disease: Principles and Methods. Edited by Peter Bross and Niels Gregerson. In:ChemBioChem, 5, S. 1154-1155: 2004

Thomas Scheibel: Spider silks: recombinant synthesis, assembly, spinning, and engineering of synthetic proteins. In: Microbial Cell Factories, 3 (2004). - .


Scott A. Gerber, John Rusch, Olaf Stemmann, Marc W. Kirschner, Steven P. Gygi: Absolute quantification of proteins and phosphoproteins from cell lysates by tandem MS. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 100 (2003). - S. 6940-6945.

Thomas Scheibel, Raghuveer Parthasarthy, George Sawicki, Xiao-Min Lin, Susan L. Lindquist: Conducting nanowires built by controlled self-assembly of amyloid fibers and selective metal deposition. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 100 (2003). - S. 4527-4532.


Hui Zou, Olaf Stemmann, Jens S. Anderson, Matthias Mann, Marc W. Kirschner: Anaphase specific auto-cleavage of separase. In: FEBS Letters, 528 (2002). - S. 246-250.

Olaf Stemmann, Anke Neidig, Thomas Köcher, Matthias Wilm, Johannes Lechner: Hsp90 enables Ctf13p/Skp1p to nucleate the budding yeast kinetochore. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 99 (2002). - S. 8585-8590.


Thomas Scheibel, Anthony S. Kowal, Jesse Bloom, Susan L. Lindquist: Bidirectional amyloid fiber growth for a yeast prion determinant. In: Current Biology, 11 (2001). - S. 366-369.

Olaf Stemmann, Hui Zou, Scott A. Gerber, Steven P. Gygi, Marc W. Kirschner: Dual inhibition of sister chromatid separation at metaphase. In: Cell, 107 (2001). - S. 715-726.

Thomas Scheibel, Susan L. Lindquist: The role of conformational flexibility in prion propagation and maintenance for Sup35p. In: Nature Structural Biology, 8 (2001). - S. 958-962.


Thomas Scheibel, Heiko Ingo Siegmund, Rainer Jaenicke, Peter Ganz, Hauke Lilie, Johannes Buchner: The charged region of Hsp90 modulates the function of the N-terminal domain. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 96 (1999). - S. 1297-1302.

Thomas Scheibel, Tina Weikl, Ronald Rimerman, David Smith, Susan L. Lindquist, Johannes Buchner: Contribution of N- and C-terminal domains to the function of Hsp90 in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. In: Molecular Microbiology, 34 (1999). - S. 701-713.

Lía I. Pietrasanta, Douglas Thrower, Wan Hsieh, Shashirekha Rao, Olaf Stemmann, Johannes Lechner, John Carbon, Helen Hansma: Probing the Saccharomyces cerevisiae centromeric DNA (CEN DNA)-binding factor 3 (CBF3) kinetochore complex by using atomic force microscopy. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 96 (1999). - S. 3757-3762.

Jennifer Ortiz, Olaf Stemmann, Simone Rank, Johannes Lechner: A putative protein complex consisting of Ctf19, Mcm21, and Okp1 represents a missing link in the budding yeast kinetochore. In: Genes & Development, 13 (1999). - S. 1140-1155.


Alfons Nichtl, Johannes Buchner, Rainer Jaenicke, Rainer Rudolph, Thomas Scheibel: Folding and association of β-galactosidase. In: Journal of Molecular Biology, 282 (1998). - S. 1083-1091.

Thomas Scheibel, Johannes Buchner: The Hsp90 Complex : A Super-Chaperone Machine as a Novel Drug Target. In: Biochemical Pharmacology, 56 (1998). - S. 675-682.

Thomas Scheibel, Tina Weikl, Johannes Buchner: Two chaperone sites in Hsp90 differing in substrate specificity and ATP dependence. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 95 (1998). - S. 1495-1499.


Thomas Scheibel, Sonja Neuhofen, Tanja Weikl, Christian Mayr, Jochen Reinstein, Pia D. Vogel, Johannes Buchner: ATP-binding Properties of Human Hsp90. In: The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 272 (1997). - S. 18608-18613.

Thomas Scheibel, Johannes Buchner: The HsP90 Family : an overview. In: Mary-Jane Gething (Hrsg.): Guidebooks to Molecular Chaperones and Protein-Folding Catalysts. - New York : Oxford University Press, 1997. - S. 147-151.

Thomas Scheibel, Stefan Bell, Stefan Walke: S. cerevisiae and sulfur: a unique way to deal with the environment. In: The FASEB Journal, 11 (1997). - S. 917-921.


I. Brikun, K. Suziedelis, Olaf Stemmann, R. Zhong, L. Alikhanian, E. Linkova, A. Mironov, D. E. Berg: Analysis of CRP-CytR interactions at the Escherichia coli udp promoter. In: Journal of Bacteriology, 178 (1996). - S. 1614-1622.

Ursula Jakob, Thomas Scheibel, Suchira Bose, Jochen Reinstein, Johannes Buchner: Assessment of the ATP Binding Properties of Hsp90. In: The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 271 (1996). - S. 10035-10041.

Olaf Stemmann, Johannes Lechner: The Saccharomyces cerevisiae kinetochore contains a cyclin-CDK complexing homologue, as identified by in vitro reconstitution. In: The EMBO Journal, 15 (1996). - S. 3611-3620.

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