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Scheibel, T., Römer L

The Elaborate Structure of Spider Silk: Structure and Function of a Natural High Performance Fiber

T. Scheibel (ed.): Fibrous proteins Landes Biosciences, Austin

Scheibel, T., Vendrely C, Ackerschott C, Römer L

Molecular design of performance proteins with repetitive sequences: Recombinant flagelliform spider silk as basis for biomaterials

E. Gazit & R. Nussinov (eds): Methods in Molecular Biology. Nanostructure Design: Methods and Protocols 474, pp. 3-14

Scheibel, T., Lammel A., Keerl D, Römer, L

Proteins: Polymers of natural origin

J. Hu, (ed.), Biomaterials: Chemistry and Physics, pp. 1-22

Scheibel, T., Weidenauer U

Spinnenseidenproteine als pharmazeutischer Hilfsstoff

Scheibel, T., Lin Römer

Spinnen wie die Spinnen

Nachrichten a. d. Chem. 56, 516-519

Scheibel, T., John G.Hardy , Lin M.Römer

Polymeric materials based on silk proteins

Polymer 49, 4309-4327

Scheibel, T., Krammer C, , Suhre MH, Kremmer E, Diemer C, Hess S, Schätzl HM, Vorberg I.

Prion protein/protein interactions: Fusion with yeast Sup35p-NM modulates cytosolic PrP aggregation in mammalian cells

FASEB J. 22, 762-773

Scheibel, T., Geisler M, Pirzer T, Ackerschott C, Lud S, Garrido J, Hugel T.

Hydrophobic and Hofmeister effects on the adhesion of spider silk proteins onto solid substrates: An AFM-based single-molecule study

Langmuir 24, 1350-1355

Scheibel, T., Horinek D, Serr A, Geisler M, Pirzer T, Slotta U, Lud SQ, Garrido JA, Hugel T, Netz RR.

Peptide adsorption on a hydrophobic surface results from an interplay of solvation, surface, and intrapeptide forces

Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 105, 2842-2847

Scheibel, T., S. Rammensee, U. Slotta, A. R. Bausch

Assembly mechanism of recombinant spider silk proteins

Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 105, 6590-6595

Scheibel, T., Lammel A, Schwab M, Slotta U, Winter G,

Processing conditions for spider silk microsphere formation

ChemSusChem 5, 413-416

Scheibel, T., Slotta UK, Rammensee S, Gorb S

An engineered spider silk protein forms microspheres

Angew. Chem. Int. Edit. 47, 4592-459

Scheibel, T., Burghard Liebmann, Daniel Hümmerich, Marcus Fehr

Formulation of poorly water-soluble substances using self-assembling spider silk protein

Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochem. Eng. Aspects 331, 126-132

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