Christine Kranz
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Integrating an ultramicroelectrode in an AFM cantilever: combined technology for enhanced information
C Kranz, G Friedbacher, B Mizaikoff, A Lugstein, J Smoliner, E Bertagnolli
Analytical chemistry 73 (11), 2491-2500, 2001
Multiple intrinsically identical single-photon emitters in the solid state
LJ Rogers, KD Jahnke, T Teraji, L Marseglia, C Müller, B Naydenov, ...
Nature communications 5 (1), 4739, 2014
The role of conditioning film formation and surface chemical changes on Xylella fastidiosa adhesion and biofilm evolution
GS Lorite, CM Rodrigues, AA De Souza, C Kranz, B Mizaikoff, MA Cotta
Journal of colloid and interface science 359 (1), 289-295, 2011
Topography feedback mechanism for the scanning electrochemical microscope based on hydrodynamic forces between tip and sample
M Ludwig, C Kranz, W Schuhmann, HE Gaub
Review of scientific instruments 66 (4), 2857-2860, 1995
Facilitated Tip‐Positioning and Applications of Non‐Electrode Tips in Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy Using a Shear Force Based Constant‐Distance Mode
A Hengstenberg, C Kranz, W Schuhmann
Chemistry–A European Journal 6 (9), 1547-1554, 2000
Lateral deposition of polypyrrole lines by means of the scanning electrochemical microscope
C Kranz, M Ludwig, HE Gaub, W Schuhmann
Advanced Materials 7 (1), 38-40, 1995
Integrated AFM-SECM in tapping mode: simultaneous topographical and electrochemical imaging of enzyme activity
A Kueng, C Kranz, A Lugstein, E Bertagnolli, B Mizaikoff
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed 42 (28), 3238-3240, 2003
Pulse technique for the electrochemical deposition of polymer films on electrode surfaces
W Schuhmann, C Kranz, H Wohlschläger, J Strohmeier
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 12 (12), 1157-1167, 1997
Topochemistry and photomechanical effects in crystals of green fluorescent protein-like chromophores: effects of hydrogen bonding and crystal packing
P Naumov, J Kowalik, KM Solntsev, A Baldridge, JS Moon, C Kranz, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 132 (16), 5845-5857, 2010
Amperometric ATP biosensor based on polymer entrapped enzymes
A Kueng, C Kranz, B Mizaikoff
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 19 (10), 1301-1307, 2004
Amperometric biosensors produced by immobilization of redox enzymes at polythiophene‐modified electrode surfaces
M Hiller, C Kranz, J Huber, P Bäuerle, W Schuhmann
Advanced Materials 8 (3), 219-222, 1996
Recent advancements in nanoelectrodes and nanopipettes used in combined scanning electrochemical microscopy techniques
C Kranz
Analyst 139 (2), 336-352, 2014
Conducting polymer-based amperometric enzyme electrodes. Towards the development of miniaturized reagentless biosensors
W Schuhmann, C Kranz, J Huber, H Wohlschläger
Synthetic metals 61 (1-2), 31-35, 1993
In-situ AFM studies of the phase-transition behavior of single thermoresponsive hydrogel particles
J Wiedemair, MJ Serpe, J Kim, JF Masson, LA Lyon, B Mizaikoff, C Kranz
Langmuir 23 (1), 130-137, 2007
Imaging of microstructured biochemically active surfaces by means of scanning electrochemical microscopy
C Kranz, G Wittstock, H Wohlschläger, W Schuhmann
Electrochimica acta 42 (20-22), 3105-3111, 1997
Polypyrrole towers grown with the scanning electrochemical microscope
C Kranz, HE Gaub, W Schuhmann
Advanced Materials 8 (8), 634-637, 1996
Characterizing photocatalysts for water splitting: from atoms to bulk and from slow to ultrafast processes
C Kranz, M Wächtler
Chemical Society Reviews 50 (2), 1407-1437, 2021
Mapping of enzyme activity by detection of enzymatic products during AFM imaging with integrated SECM–AFM probes
C Kranz, A Kueng, A Lugstein, E Bertagnolli, B Mizaikoff
Ultramicroscopy 100 (3-4), 127-134, 2004
Isolation of a full-length cDNA encoding calreticulin from a PCR library of in vitro zygotes of maize
T Dresselhaus, C Hagel, H Lörz, E Kranz
Plant Molecular Biology 31, 23-34, 1996
FIB/SEM tomography with TEM-like resolution for 3D imaging of high-pressure frozen cells
C Villinger, H Gregorius, C Kranz, K Höhn, C Münzberg, G von Wichert, ...
Histochemistry and cell biology 138, 549-556, 2012
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