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Magdalini Panagiotakopoulou
Magdalini Panagiotakopoulou
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A nanoprinted model of interstitial cancer migration reveals a link between cell deformability and proliferation
M Panagiotakopoulou, M Bergert, A Taubenberger, J Guck, D Poulikakos, ...
ACS nano 10 (7), 6437-6448, 2016
362016
A RAB35-p85/PI3K axis controls oscillatory apical protrusions required for efficient chemotactic migration
S Corallino, C Malinverno, B Neumann, C Tischer, A Palamidessi, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-19, 2018
252018
Cell cycle–dependent force transmission in cancer cells
M Panagiotakopoulou, T Lendenmann, FM Pramotton, C Giampietro, ...
Molecular biology of the cell 29 (21), 2528-2539, 2018
232018
Pore shape defines paths of metastatic cell migration
BJ Green, M Panagiotakopoulou, FM Pramotton, G Stefopoulos, ...
Nano letters 18 (3), 2140-2147, 2018
122018
Acute kidney injury induced by allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation: disease understanding and treatment with nanotechnology-based therapeutics
M Panagiotakopoulou, E Grabarnik, EA Jaimes, MR van den Brink, ...
Cancer Research 82 (12_Supplement), 501-501, 2022
2022
Cell cycle-dependent force transmission in cancer cells (vol 29, pg 2528, 2018)
M Panagiotakopoulou, T Lendenmann, FM Pramotton, C Giampietro, ...
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL 30 (4), 524-524, 2019
2019
Artificial Metastasis: Cancer Cell Migration in Microengineered Environments
M Panagiotakopoulou
ETH Zurich, 2018
2018
Cell-cycle dependent cancer migration
M Panagiotakopoulou, A Ferrari
Nanoengineering for Mechanobiology, 2016
2016
Linking nuclear deformability to interstitial migration and proliferation of cancer cells
M Panagiotakopoulou, M Bergert, A Ferrari, D Poulikakos
Abstracts: Poster Presentations, P1368, 2015
2015
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