Ten Important Research Papers from the Past Ten Years
  1. Kellermayer, M.S.Z., Smith, S.B., Granzier, H.L. and Bustamante, C. Folding-unfolding transitions in single titin molecules characterized with force-measuring laser tweezers. Science 276, 1112-1116, 1997. [PDF]
  2. Trombitas, K., Greaser, M., Labeit, S., Kellermayer, M.S.Z., Helmes, M. and Granzier, H.L. Titin extensibility in situ: entropic elasticity of both native and permanently unfolded molecular segments. J. Cell Biol. 140, 853-859, 1998. [PDF]
  3. Kellermayer, M.S.Z., Smith, S., Bustamante, C. and Granzier, H.L. Mechanical fatigue in repetitively stretched single molecules of titin. Biophys. J. 80, 852-863, 2001. [PDF]
  4. Grama, L., Somogyi, B. Kellermayer, M.S.Z., Global configuration of single titin molecules observed through chain-associated rhodamine dimers. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 98, 14362-14367, 2001. [PDF]
  5. Kellermayer, M.S.Z., Bustamante, C. and Granzier, H.L. Mechanics and structure of titin oligomers explored with atomic force microscopy. Biochem. Biophys. Acta Bioenergetics 1604, 105-114, 2003. [PDF]
  6. Nagy, A., Cacciafesta, P., Grama, L., Kengyel, A., Malnasi-Csizmadia, A., and Kellermayer, M.S.Z. Differential actin binding along the PEVK domain of skeletal-muscle titin. J. Cell Sci. 117, 5781-5789, 2004. [PDF]
  7. Kellermayer, M.S.Z., Grama, L., Karsai, A., Nagy, A., Kahn, A., Datki, Z. and Penke, B. Reversible unzipping of amyloid beta-fibrils. J. Biol. Chem. 280(9), 8464-8470, 2005. [PDF]
  8. Nagy, A., Grama, L., Huber, T., Bianco, P. , Trombitas, K., Granzier, H.L. and Kellermayer, M.S.Z. Hierarchical extensibility in the PEVK domain of skeletal-muscle titin. Biophys. J. 89(1), 329-336, 2005. [PDF]
  9. Kiss, B., Karsai, A. and Kellermayer, M.S.Z. Nanomechanical properties of desmin intermediate filaments. J. Struct Biol. 155, 327-339, 2006. [PDF]
  10. Kellermayer, M.S.Z., Karsai, A., Kengyel, A., Nagy, A., Bianco, P., Huber, T., Kulcsar, A., Niedetzky, C., Proksch, R. and Grama, L.. Spatially and temporally synchronized atomic force and total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy for imaging and manipulating cells and biomolecules. Biophys. J. 91, 2665-2677, 2006. [PDF]