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Ulrich S. Schwarz
Ulrich S. Schwarz
Professor for Theoretical Physics, Heidelberg University
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Force and focal adhesion assembly: a close relationship studied using elastic micropatterned substrates
NQ Balaban, US Schwarz, D Riveline, P Goichberg, G Tzur, I Sabanay, ...
Nature cell biology 3 (5), 466-472, 2001
26482001
Focal contacts as mechanosensors: externally applied local mechanical force induces growth of focal contacts by an mDia1-dependent and ROCK-independent mechanism
D Riveline, E Zamir, NQ Balaban, US Schwarz, T Ishizaki, S Narumiya, ...
The Journal of cell biology 153 (6), 1175-1186, 2001
18542001
High resolution traction force microscopy based on experimental and computational advances
B Sabass, ML Gardel, CM Waterman, US Schwarz
Biophysical journal 94 (1), 207-220, 2008
6942008
Cell-ECM traction force modulates endogenous tension at cell–cell contacts
V Maruthamuthu, B Sabass, US Schwarz, ML Gardel
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (12), 4708-4713, 2011
6132011
Traction stress in focal adhesions correlates biphasically with actin retrograde flow speed
ML Gardel, B Sabass, L Ji, G Danuser, US Schwarz, CM Waterman
The Journal of cell biology 183 (6), 999-1005, 2008
5642008
Calculation of forces at focal adhesions from elastic substrate data: the effect of localized force and the need for regularization
US Schwarz, NQ Balaban, D Riveline, A Bershadsky, B Geiger, SA Safran
Biophysical journal 83 (3), 1380-1394, 2002
4442002
United we stand–integrating the actin cytoskeleton and cell–matrix adhesions in cellular mechanotransduction
US Schwarz, ML Gardel
Journal of cell science 125 (13), 3051-3060, 2012
4332012
Physics of adherent cells
US Schwarz, SA Safran
Reviews of Modern Physics 85 (3), 1327-1381, 2013
4012013
Cell organization in soft media due to active mechanosensing
IB Bischofs, US Schwarz
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (16), 9274-9279, 2003
3972003
Mechanosensing in actin stress fibers revealed by a close correlation between force and protein localization
J Colombelli, A Besser, H Kress, EG Reynaud, P Girard, E Caussinus, ...
Journal of cell science 122 (10), 1665-1679, 2009
3262009
High-resolution traction force microscopy
SV Plotnikov, B Sabass, US Schwarz, CM Waterman
Methods in cell biology 123, 367-394, 2014
2432014
Focal adhesions as mechanosensors: the two-spring model
US Schwarz, T Erdmann, IB Bischofs
Biosystems 83 (2-3), 225-232, 2006
2362006
Cell adhesion strength is controlled by intermolecular spacing of adhesion receptors
C Selhuber-Unkel, T Erdmann, M Lopez-Garcia, H Kessler, US Schwarz, ...
Biophysical journal 98 (4), 543-551, 2010
2302010
Stability of adhesion clusters under constant force
T Erdmann, US Schwarz
Physical review letters 92 (10), 108102, 2004
2272004
Traction force microscopy on soft elastic substrates: A guide to recent computational advances
US Schwarz, JRD Soiné
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Molecular Cell Research 1853 (11), 3095-3104, 2015
2192015
Plasmodium sporozoite motility is modulated by the turnover of discrete adhesion sites
S Münter, B Sabass, C Selhuber-Unkel, M Kudryashev, S Hegge, U Engel, ...
Cell host & microbe 6 (6), 551-562, 2009
2002009
Filamentous network mechanics and active contractility determine cell and tissue shape
IB Bischofs, F Klein, D Lehnert, M Bastmeyer, US Schwarz
Biophysical journal 95 (7), 3488-3496, 2008
1912008
Physical determinants of cell organization in soft media
US Schwarz, IB Bischofs
Medical engineering & physics 27 (9), 763-772, 2005
1822005
Mechanical interactions among followers determine the emergence of leaders in migrating epithelial cell collectives
M Vishwakarma, J Di Russo, D Probst, US Schwarz, T Das, JP Spatz
Nature communications 9 (1), 3469, 2018
1702018
Optogenetic control of RhoA reveals zyxin-mediated elasticity of stress fibres
PW Oakes, E Wagner, CA Brand, D Probst, M Linke, US Schwarz, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 15817, 2017
1492017
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