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Slotta U., Hess S., Spieß K., Stromer T., Serpell L., Scheibel T.

Spider Silk and Amyloid Fibrils: A Structural Comparison

Macromol.Biosci. 7,2,73-90

Eisoldt L., Thamm C., Scheibel T.

The role of terminal domains during storage and assembly of spider silk proteins

Biopolymers 97, 355-361

Claussen K U., Scheibel T., Schmidt H W., Giesa R.

Polymer gradient materials: can nature teach us new tricks?

Macromol. Mater. Eng. 297, 938–957  

Claussen K U., Giesa R., Scheibel T., Schmidt H W.

Learning from nature: synthesis and characterization of longitudinal polymer gradient materials inspired by mussel byssus threads

Macromol. Rapid Commun. 33, 206-211

Bluem C., Scheibel T.

Control of drug loading and release properties of spider silk sub-microparticles

BioNanoSci. 2, 67-74

Egaña-L A., Lang G., Mauerer C., Wickinghoff J., Weber M., Geimer S., Scheibel T.

Interactions of fibroblasts with different morphologies made of an engineered spider silk protein

Adv.  Eng.  Mater. 14, B67-B75  

Keerl D., Scheibel T.

Characterization of natural and biomimetic spider silk fibers

Bioinspired, Biomimetic Nanobiomater.1, 83-94  

Bauer F., Scheibel T.

Artificial egg stalks made of a recombinantly produced lacewing silk protein

Ang. Chemie Intl. Edit. 124, 6627-6630  

Egañaa-L A., Scheibel T.

Interactions of cells with silk surfaces

J. Mater. Chem. 22, 14330-14336  

Wohlrab S., Müller S., Schmidt A., Neubauer S., Kessler H., Egaña-L A., Scheibel T.

Cell adhesion and proliferation on RGD-modified recombinant spider silk proteins

Biomaterials 33, 6650-6659  

Young L S., Gupta M., Hanske C., Fery A., Scheibel T., Tsukruk V V.

Utilizing conformational changes for patterning thin films of recombinant spider silk proteins

Biomacromol. 13, 10, 3189-3199

Wohlrab S., Spießa K., Scheibel T.

Varying surface hydrophobicities of coatings made of recombinant spider silk proteins

J. Mater. Chem. 22, 22050-22054

Bauer F., Bertinetti L., Masic A., Scheibel T.

Dependence of mechanical properties of lacewing egg stalks on relative humidity

Biomacromolecules. 13, 3730-3735

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