Welcome to the Dietz Lab at TU Munich.
+++ Jean-Philippe Sobczak has joined us for his 'diploma' project. Welcome Jean-Philippe! +++
What we do & How we do it.
We use molecular self assembly with DNA origami to develop nanoscale scientific devices and novel approaches to biomolecular physics and protein science. 3D transmission electron microscopy, atomic force microscopy, and single molecule methods including optical trapping and fluorescence microscopy are among our analytical tools. Read more.
- H Dietz, SM Douglas, and WM Shih: 'Folding DNA into twisted and curved nanoscale shapes.' SCIENCE 2009
- SM Douglas, H Dietz, T Liedl, B Hogberg, F Graf, and WM Shih: 'Self-assembly of DNA into nanoscale three-dimensional shapes.' NATURE 2009
- H Dietz and M Rief: 'Elastic bond network model for protein unfolding mechanics.' Phys Rev Lett 2008
- H Dietz, F Berkemeier, M Bertz, and M Rief: 'Anisotropic deformation response of single protein molecules' PNAS 2006
- H Dietz and M Rief: 'Protein structure by mechanical triangulation' PNAS 2006
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