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Neuenfeldt M., Scheibel T.

Silks From Insects – From Natural Diversity to Application

Insect Molecular Biology and Ecology, 376-400

Scheibel T.

Die Natur als Vorbild für bioinspirierte Materialien der Zukunft

TIB, 33-36

Hagenau A., Suhre H M., Scheibel T.

Nature as a blueprint for polymer material concepts: protein fiber-reinforced composits as holdfasts of mussels

Progr. Polym. Sci. 39, 1564-1583

Schacht K, Scheibel T

Processing of recombinant spider silk proteins into tailor-made materials for biomaterials applications

Curr. Opin. Biotechnol. 29, 62-69 doi: 10.1016/j.copbio.2014.02.015

Lang G., Scheibel T.

Multifunktionale Spinnenseide – ein vielversprechender Werkstoff

MaschinenMarkt 26, 36-39

Borkner B C., Elsner B M., Scheibel T.

Coatings and films made of silk proteins

Appl. Mater. Interface. 29, 62-69

Zollfrank C., Scheibel T., Seitz H., Travitzky N.

Bioinspired materials engineering

Ullmann’s Encycl. Ind. Chem.

Humenik M., Scheibel T.

Self-assembly of nucleic acids, silk and hybrid materials thereof

J. Phys. Condens. Matter 26, 503102

Heidebrecht A., Scheibel T.

Spionik – Biotech Spinnenseide und ihre Einsatzgebiete

GIT Bioforum 2, 20-22

Humenik M., Scheibel T.

Nanomaterial building blocks based on spider silk–oligonucleotide conjugates

ACS Nano 8, 1342-1349

Zeplin.H P., Maksimovikj C N., Jordan C M., Nickel J., Lang G., Axel H., Römer L., Scheibel T.

Spider silk coatings as a bioshield to reduce periprosthetic fibrous capsule formation

Adv. Funct. Mater. 24, 2658–2666 doi: 10.1002/adfm.201302813

Pinto-S D J R., Lamprecht G., Chen W Q., Heo S., Hardy J G., Priewalder H., Scheibel T., Palma M S., Lubec G.

Structure and post-translational modifications of the web silk protein spidroin-1 from Nephila spiders

J. Prot., 105, 174–185

Suhre M H., Gertz M., Steegborn C., Scheibel T.

Structural and functional features of a collagen-binding matrix protein from the mussel byssus

Nat. Comm., 5, 3392

Scheibel T., Suhre MH, Gertz M, Steegborn C,

Structural and functional features of a collagen-binding matrix protein from the mussel byssus

J. Struct. Biol. 186, 75-85 doi: 10.1016/j.jsb.2014.02.013

Hardy J G., Pfaff A., Egaña-L A., Müller A H., Scheibel T.

Glycopolymer functionalization of engineered spider silk protein based materials for improved cell adhesion

Macromol. Biosci., 14, 936-42

Suhre.H M., Steegborn C., Gertzb M., Scheibel T.

Crystallization and preliminary X-ray diffraction analysis os PTMP1

Acta. Cryst. Sec. 70, 769-772  

Humenik M., Magdeburg M., Scheibel T.

Influence of repeat numbers on self-assembly rates of repetitive recombinant spider silk proteins

J. Struct. Biol., 186, 431-437

Humenik M., Markus D., Scheibel T.

Controlled hierarchical assembly ofspider silk-DNA chimeras into ribbons and raft-like morphologies

Nano Lett.., 14, 3999−4004

Lauterbach Y A., Scheibel T.

Life cycle assessment of spider silk nonwoven meshes in an air filtration device

Green Materials., 3: 15-24

Zeplin H P., Berninger K A., Maksimovikj C N., Gelder V P., Scheibel T., Walles H.

Verbesserung der Biokompatibilität von Silikonimplantaten

Handchir. Mikrochir. Plast. Chir., 46: 336-41

VA Kumar, NL Taylor, AA Jalan, LK Hwang, BK Wang, JD Hartgerink* (2014)

A nanostructured synthetic collagen mimic for hemostasis

Biomacromolecules 15: 1484-90

AA Jalan, K. Jochim, JD Hartgerink

Rational design of a sticky-ended collagen triple helix with a non-canonical offset

J Am Chem Soc 136: 7535-38

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