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See detailVesicle dynamics in confined steady and harmonically modulated Poiseuille flows
Boujja, Z.; Misbah, C.; Ez-Zahraouy, H. et al

in Physics Reviews (2018)

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See detailNumerical–experimental observation of shape bistability of red blood cells flowing in a microchannel
Guckenberger, A.; Kihm, A.; John, T. et al

in European Physical Journal E. Soft Matter (2018)

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See detailDextran adsorption onto red blood cells revisited: single cell quantification by laser tweezers combined with microfluidics
Lee, K.; Shirshin, E.; Rovnyagina, N. et al

in Biomedical Optics Express (2018)

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See detailClassification of red blood cell shapes in flow using outlier tolerant machine learning
Kihm, A.; Kaestner, L.; Wagner, Christian UL et al

in PLoS Computational Biology (2018)

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See detailAntimargination of microparticles and platelets in the vicinity of branching vessels
Bächer, C.; Kihm, A.; Schrack, L. et al

in Biophysical Journal (2018)

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See detailEffect of spectrin network elasticity on the shapes of erythrocyte doublets
Hoore, M.; Yaya, F.; Podgorski, T. et al

in European Physical Journal E. Soft Matter (2018)

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See detailIn-phase and anti-phase flagellar synchronization by waveform compliance and basal coupling
Klindt, Gary; Ruloff, Christian; Wagner, Christian UL et al

in New Journal of Physics (2017)

Cilia and flagella exhibit regular bending waves that perform mechanical work on the surrounding fluid, to propel cellular swimmers and pump fluids inside organisms. Here, we quantify a force-velocity ... [more ▼]

Cilia and flagella exhibit regular bending waves that perform mechanical work on the surrounding fluid, to propel cellular swimmers and pump fluids inside organisms. Here, we quantify a force-velocity relationship of the beating flagellum, by exposing flagellated Chlamydomonas cells to controlled microfluidic flows. A simple theory of flagellar limit-cycle oscillations, calibrated by measurements in the absence of flow, reproduces this relationship quantitatively. We derive a link between the energy efficiency of the flagellar beat and its ability to synchronize to oscillatory flows. [less ▲]

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See detail3D tomography of cells in micro-channels
Wagner, Christian UL; Quint, Serket; Guckenberger, A. et al

in Applied Physics Letters (2017)

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See detailThe buckling instability of aggregating red blood cells
Flomann, Daniel; Othmane, Aouane; Kaestner, Lars et al

in Scientific Reports (2017)

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See detailA foam model highlights the differences of the macro- and microrheology of respiratory horse mucus
Wagner, Christian UL; Gross, Andreas; Schaefer, Ulrich F. et al

in Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials (2017)

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See detailA Model for the Transient Subdiffusive Behavior of Particles in Mucus
Ernst, Matthias; John, Thomas; Guenther, Marco et al

in Biophysical Journal (2017)

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