Wolfram Pönisch
Wolfram Pönisch
Herchel Smith Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience
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Of cell shapes and motion: the physical basis of animal cell migration
DL Bodor, W Pönisch, RG Endres, EK Paluch
Developmental cell 52 (5), 550-562, 2020
Multiscale modeling of bacterial colonies: how pili mediate the dynamics of single cells and cellular aggregates
W Pönisch, CA Weber, G Juckeland, N Biais, V Zaburdaev
New Journal of Physics 19 (1), 015003, 2017
Pili mediated intercellular forces shape heterogeneous bacterial microcolonies prior to multicellular differentiation
W Pönisch, K Eckenrode, K Alzurqa, H Nasrollahi, C Weber, V Zaburdaev, ...
Scientific Reports 8, 16567, 2018
How bacterial cells and colonies move on solid substrates
W Pönisch, CA Weber, V Zaburdaev
Physical Review E 99 (4), 042419, 2019
Relative distance between tracers as a measure of diffusivity within moving aggregates
W Pönisch, V Zaburdaev
The European Physical Journal B 91 (2), 1-7, 2018
Continuum theory of active phase separation in cellular aggregates
HS Kuan, W Pönisch, F Jülicher, V Zaburdaev
Physical Review Letters 126 (1), 018102, 2021
Condensate rheology affects the irreversible formation of fibrils
W Pönisch, T Michaels, C Weber
Bulletin of the American Physical Society, 2021
Mouse embryonic stem cells switch migratory behaviour during early differentiation
IM Aspalter, W Pönisch, KJ Chalut, EK Paluch
bioRxiv, 2020
Single-cell morphometrics reveals ancestral principles of notochord development
TGR Andrews, W Ponisch, EK Paluch, B Steventon, E Benito-Gutierrez
bioRxiv, 2020
Dynamics of bacterial aggregates-theory guided by experiments
W Poenisch
Technische Universität Dresden Dresden, 2017
Pili-mediated Interactions between Neisseria Gonorrhoeae Bacteria are the Driving Mechanism of Microcolony Merging
W Poenisch, C Weber, K Alzurqa, H Nasrollahi, N Biais, V Zaburdaev
APS March Meeting Abstracts 2015, B47. 014, 2015
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