[14.06.2016 Weiss Group]
C. Ferenc et al., Shaping the endoplasmic reticulum in vitro
BBA Biomembranes 1858, 2035-2040 (2016)
[02.02.2016 Weiss Group]
M. Huranova et al., Dynamic assembly of the exomer secretory vesicle cargo adaptor subunits
EMBO Rep. 17, 202-219 (2016)
[08.01.2016 Weiss Group]
P. Struntz et al., Multiplexed measurement of protein diffusion in Caenorhabditis elegans embryos with SPIM-FCS
J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 49, 044002 (2016)
[17.11.2015 Weiss Group]
F. Verissimo et al., A microtubule-independent role of p150glued in secretory cargo concentration at endoplasmic reticulum exit sites
J Cell Sci 128, 4160-4170 (2015)
[16.09.2015 Weiss Group]
N. Schweizer et al., An organelle-exclusion envelope assists mitosis and underlies distinct molecular crowding in the spindle region
J. Cell Biol. 210, 695-704 (2015)
[25.06.2015 Weiss Group]
A. J. W. Hartel et al., The molecular size of the extra-membrane domain influences the diffusion of the GPI-anchored VSG on the trypanosome plasma membrane
Scientific Reports, 5, 10394, (2015)
Prof. Matthias Weiss Group
Research in the Weiss group addresses challenging problems at the interface of physics and biology. The focus of our research is on a quantitative understanding of dynamic self-organization processes in living matter, e.g. complex intracellular transport processes, organelle formation and homeostasis, and dynamics and self-organization of cells during embryogenesis.
We mainly address these dynamic phenomena with advanced light microscopy techniques in combination with several simulation approaches.
Please see here. for more details on our research topics.