Dimitrios Stamou
Dimitrios Stamou
Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen
Verified email at nano.ku.dk - Homepage
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A structural analysis of M protein in coronavirus assembly and morphology
BW Neuman, G Kiss, AH Kunding, D Bhella, MF Baksh, S Connelly, ...
Journal of structural biology 174 (1), 11-22, 2011
How curved membranes recruit amphipathic helices and protein anchoring motifs
NS Hatzakis, VK Bhatia, J Larsen, KL Madsen, PY Bolinger, AH Kunding, ...
Nature chemical biology 5 (11), 835-841, 2009
Membrane curvature induction and tubulation are common features of synucleins and apolipoproteins
J Varkey, JM Isas, N Mizuno, MB Jensen, VK Bhatia, CC Jao, J Petrlova, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 285 (42), 32486-32493, 2010
Self‐assembled microarrays of attoliter molecular vessels
D Stamou, C Duschl, E Delamarche, H Vogel
Angewandte Chemie 115 (45), 5738-5741, 2003
Amphipathic motifs in BAR domains are essential for membrane curvature sensing
VK Bhatia, KL Madsen, PY Bolinger, A Kunding, P Hedegård, U Gether, ...
The EMBO journal 28 (21), 3303-3314, 2009
Integrated nanoreactor systems: triggering the release and mixing of compounds inside single vesicles
PY Bolinger, D Stamou, H Vogel
Journal of the American Chemical Society 126 (28), 8594-8595, 2004
Friction anisotropy and asymmetry of a compliant monolayer induced by a small molecular tilt
M Liley, D Gourdon, D Stamou, U Meseth, TM Fischer, C Lautz, ...
Science 280 (5361), 273-275, 1998
Heat profiling of three-dimensionally optically trapped gold nanoparticles using vesicle cargo release
A Kyrsting, PM Bendix, DG Stamou, LB Oddershede
Nano letters 11 (2), 888-892, 2011
An integrated self‐assembled nanofluidic system for controlled biological chemistries
PY Bolinger, D Stamou, H Vogel
Angewandte Chemie 120 (30), 5626-5631, 2008
Surface-based lipid vesicle reactor systems: fabrication and applications
SM Christensen, D Stamou
Soft Matter 3 (7), 828-836, 2007
CALM regulates clathrin-coated vesicle size and maturation by directly sensing and driving membrane curvature
SE Miller, S Mathiasen, NA Bright, F Pierre, BT Kelly, N Kladt, A Schauss, ...
Developmental cell 33 (2), 163-175, 2015
Molecular basis for SNX‐BAR‐mediated assembly of distinct endosomal sorting tubules
JRT Van Weering, RB Sessions, CJ Traer, DP Kloer, VK Bhatia, D Stamou, ...
The EMBO journal 31 (23), 4466-4480, 2012
A fluorescence-based technique to construct size distributions from single-object measurements: application to the extrusion of lipid vesicles
AH Kunding, MW Mortensen, SM Christensen, D Stamou
Biophysical journal 95 (3), 1176-1188, 2008
The 2018 biomembrane curvature and remodeling roadmap
P Bassereau, R Jin, T Baumgart, M Deserno, R Dimova, VA Frolov, ...
Journal of physics D: Applied physics 51 (34), 343001, 2018
Membrane curvature sensing by amphipathic helices: a single liposome study using α-synuclein and annexin B12
MB Jensen, VK Bhatia, CC Jao, JE Rasmussen, SL Pedersen, KJ Jensen, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 286 (49), 42603-42614, 2011
Ras activation by SOS: Allosteric regulation by altered fluctuation dynamics
L Iversen, HL Tu, WC Lin, SM Christensen, SM Abel, J Iwig, HJ Wu, ...
Science 345 (6192), 50-54, 2014
A unifying mechanism accounts for sensing of membrane curvature by BAR domains, amphipathic helices and membrane-anchored proteins
VK Bhatia, NS Hatzakis, D Stamou
Seminars in cell & developmental biology 21 (4), 381-390, 2010
Highly fluorescent streptavidin-coated CdSe nanoparticles: preparation in water, characterization, and micropatterning
M Bäumle, D Stamou, JM Segura, R Hovius, H Vogel
Langmuir 20 (10), 3828-3831, 2004
Membrane-sculpting BAR domains generate stable lipid microdomains
H Zhao, A Michelot, EV Koskela, V Tkach, D Stamou, DG Drubin, ...
Cell reports 4 (6), 1213-1223, 2013
BAR domains, amphipathic helices and membrane-anchored proteins use the same mechanism to sense membrane curvature
KL Madsen, VK Bhatia, U Gether, D Stamou
FEBS letters 584 (9), 1848-1855, 2010
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