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  1. A. Sabri, X. Xu, D. Krapf, and M. Weiss, “Elucidating the origin of heterogeneous anomalous diffusion in the cytoplasm of mammalian cells”, Phys. Rev. Lett.  125, 058101 (2020) preprint
  2. M.E. Teves, E.R.S. Roldan, D. Krapf, J.F. Strauss III, V. Bhagat, and P. Sapao, “Sperm Differentiation: The Role of Trafficking of Proteins”, Int. J. Mol. Sci. 21, 3702 (2020) pdf
  3. M. Hedayati, M.J. Kipper, and D. Krapf, “Anomalous protein kinetics on low-fouling surfaces”, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 22, 5264 (2020) preprint, SM
  4. M. Hedayati, D.F. Marruecos, D. Krapf, J.L. Kaar, and M.J. Kipper, “Protein adsorption measurements on low fouling and ultralow fouling surfaces: A critical comparison of surface characterization techniques”, Acta Biomater. 102, 169 (2020) pdf
  5. D. Krapf and R. Metzler, “Strange interfacial molecular dynamics”, Physics Today 72, 9, 48 (2019) pdf
  6. D. Krapf, N. Lukat, E. Marinari, R. Metzler, G. Oshanin, C. Selhuber-Unkel, A. Squarcini, L. Stadler, M. Weiss, and X. Xu, “Spectral content of a single non-Brownian trajectory”, Phys. Rev. X 9, 011019 (2019) pdf, SM
  7. K. Burnecki, G. Sikora, A. Weron, M.M. Tamkun, and D. Krapf, “Identifying diffusive motions in single-particle trajectories on the plasma membrane via fractional time series models”, Phys. Rev. E 99, 012101 (2019) pdf, SM
  8. M.J. Metz, R.L. Pennock, D. Krapf, and S.T Hentges, “Temporal dependence of shifts in mu opioid receptor mobility at the cell surface after agonist binding observed by single-particle tracking”, Sci. Rep. 9, 7297 (2019) pdf
  9. A. Romarowski, A. Velasco Felix, P. Torres Gimenez, M.G. Gervasi, X. Xu, G.M. Luque, G. Contreras Gimenez, C. Sanchez Cardenas, H.V. Ramirez Gomez, D. Krapf, P.E. Visconti, D. Krapf, A.O. Guerrero, A. Darszon, and M.G. Buffone, “Super-resolution imaging of live sperm reveals dynamic changes of the actin cytoskeleton during acrosomal exocytosis” J. Cell Sci. 131, jcs218958 (2018) pdf, SI
  10. M. Hedayati, M.M. Reynolds, D. Krapf, and M.J. Kipper, “Nanostructured surfaces that mimic the vascular endothelial glycocalyx reduce blood protein adsorption and prevent fibrin network formation”, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 10, 31892 (2018) pdf, Supp. Info.
  11. D.S. Grebenkov and D. Krapf, “Steady-state reaction rate of diffusion-controlled reactions in sheets”, J. Chem. Phys. 149, 064117 (2018)  pdf
  12. G. Sikora, A. Wyłomańska, and D. Krapf, “Recurrence statistics for anomalous diffusion regime change detection”, Comput. Stat. Data Anal. 128, 380 (2018) pdf
  13. C. Stival, C. Ritagliati, X. Xu, M.G. Gervasi, G. Luque, C. Baro Graf, J.L. Vega-Beltran, N. Torres, A. Darszon, D. Krapf, M.G. Buffone, P.E. Visconti, and D. Krapf, “Disruption of protein kinase A localization induces acrosomal exocytosis in capacitated mouse sperm”, J. Biol. Chem. 293, 9435 (2018) pdf, SI
  14. D. Krapf, “Compartmentalization of the plasma membrane”, Current Opinion in Cell Biology 53, 15 (2018) pdf
  15. D. Krapf, E. Marinari, R. Metzler, G. Oshanin, X. Xu, and A. Squarcini “Power spectral density of a single Brownian trajectory: what one can and cannot learn from it”, New J. Phys. 20, 023029 (2018) pdf
  16. M.G. Gervasi, X. Xu, B. Carbajal-Gonzalez, M.G. Buffone, P. Visconti, and D. Krapf, “The actin cytoskeleton of the mouse sperm flagellum is organized in a helical structure”, J. Cell Sci. 131, jcs215897 (2018), pdf
  17. G. Sikora, A. Wyłomańska, J. Gajda, L. Solé, E.J. Akin, M.M. Tamkun, and D. Krapf, “Elucidating distinct ion channel populations on the surface of hippocampal neurons via single-particle tracking recurrence analysis”, Phys. Rev. E 96, 062404 (2017)  pdf, SM
  18. A. Weron, K. Burnecki, E.J. Akin, L. Solé, M. Balcerek, M.M. Tamkun, and D. Krapf, “Ergodicity breaking on the neuronal surface emerges from random switching between diffusive states”, Sci. Rep. 7, 5404 (2017)  pdf, Suppl. Mat.
  19. S. Sadegh, J.L. Higgins, P.C. Mannion, M.M. Tamkun, and D. Krapf, “Plasma membrane is compartmentalized by a self-similar cortical actin meshwork”, Phys. Rev. X  7, 011031 (2017)  pdf, Suppl. Mat.
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  20. O. Wiggan, B. Schroder, D. Krapf, J.R. Bamburg, and J.G. DeLuca, “Cofilin regulates nuclear architecture through a myosin-II dependent mechanotransduction module”, Sci. Rep.  7, 40953 (2017)  pdf
  21. E.J. Akin, L. Solé, B. Johnson, M. el Beheiry, J.-B. Masson, D. Krapf, and M.M. Tamkun, “Single-molecule imaging of Nav1.6 on the surface of hippocampal neurons reveals somatic nanoclusters”, Biophys. J.  111, 1235 (2016)  pdf
  22. A. Alvau, M.A. Battistone, M.G. Gervasi, F.A. Navarrete, X. Xu, C. Sánchez-Cárdenas, J.L. De la Vega-Beltran, V.G. Da Ros, P. Greer, A. Darszon, D. Krapf, A.M. Salicioni, P. Cuasnicu, P.E. Visconti, “The tyrosine kinase FER is responsible for the capacitation-associated increase in tyrosine phosphorylation in murine sperm”, Development  143, 2325 (2016) pdf
  23. D. Krapf, G. Campagnola, K. Nepal, and O.B. Peersen, “Strange kinetics of bulk-mediated diffusion on lipid bilayers”, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 18, 12633 (2016) pdf
  24. G. Campagnola, K. Nepal, B.W. Schroder, O.B. Peersen, and D. Krapf, “Superdiffusive motion of membrane-targeting C2 domains”, Sci. Rep. 5, 17721 (2015)  pdf,  Suppl. Mat.
  25. P.D. Fox, C.J. Haberkorn, E.J. Akin, P.J. Seel, D. Krapf, and M.M. Tamkun, “Induction of stable endoplasmic reticulum/plasma membrane junctions by Kv2.1 potassium channels”, J. Cell Sci. 128, 2096 (2015) pdf
  26. D. Krapf, “Mechanisms underlying anomalous diffusion in the plasma membrane”, Current Topics in Membranes  75, 167 (2015) pdf
  27. D. Krapf, “Dynamic fluctuations in single-molecule biophysics experiments – Comment on Extracting physics of life at the molecular level: A review of single-molecule data analyses”, Phys. Life Rev. 13, 148 (2015) pdf
  28. S. Sadegh, E. Barkai, and D. Krapf, 1/f noise for intermittent quantum dots exhibits non-stationarity and critical exponents“, New J. Phys.  16, 113054 (2014)  pdf,  Supporting Material
  29. A.V. Weigel, M.M. Tamkun, and D. Krapf, Quantifying the dynamic interactions between a clathrin-coated pit and cargo molecules“, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA  110, E4591 (2013)  pdf,  Supporting Information
  30. P.D. Fox, C.J. Haberkorn, A.V. Weigel, J.L. Higgins, E.J. Akin, M.J. Kennedy, D. Krapf, and M.M. Tamkun, “Plasma membrane domains enriched in cortical endoplasmic reticulum function as membrane protein trafficking hubs”, Mol. Biol. Cell  24, 2703 (2013) pdf
  31. D. Krapf, “Nonergodicity in nanoscale electrodes”, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 15, 459 (2013) pdf
  32. A. Mont, A.V. Wiegel, D. Krapf, and C.P. Calderon, “Uncertainty Quantification of Discrete Association Problems in Image Sequence-based Tracking”, arXiv:1304.5759 (2013), pdf
  33. A.V. Weigel, P.D. Fox, E.J. Akin, K.H. Ecklund, M.M. Tamkun, and D. Krapf, “Size of cell-surface Kv2.1 domains is governed by growth fluctuations”, Biophys. J.  103, 1727 (2012)  pdf,  Supporting Material
  34. E. Deutsch, A.V. Weigel, E.J. Akin, P. Fox, G. Hansen, C.J. Haberkorn, R. Loftus, D. Krapf, and M.M. Tamkun, “Kv2.1 cell surface clusters are insertion platforms for ion channel delivery to the plasma membrane”, Mol. Biol. Cell  23, 2917 (2012) pdf,  Suppl. Mat.
  35. A.V. Weigel, S. Ragi, M.L. Reid, E.K.P. Chong, M.M. Tamkun, and D. Krapf, “Obstructed diffusion propagator analysis for single-particle tracking”, Phys. Rev. E  85, 041924 (2012)  pdf,  Suppl. Mat.
  36. A.V. Weigel, B. Simon, M.M. Tamkun, and D. Krapf, “Ergodic and nonergodic processes coexist in the plasma membrane as observed by single molecule tracking”, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 108, 6438 (2011) pdf,  Supporting Information
  37. T. Wojcik and D. Krapf, “Solid-state nanopore recognition and measurement using Shannon entropy”, IEEE Photonics J. 3, 337 (2011) pdf, MATLAB codes
  38. M.Y. Wu, R.M.M. Smeets, M. Zandbergen, U. Ziese, D. Krapf, P.E. Batson, N.H. Dekker, C. Dekker, and H.W. Zandbergen, “Control of Shape and Material Composition of Solid-State Nanopores”, Nano Lett. 9, 479 (2009) pdf
  39. M.A.G. Zevenbergen, D. Krapf, M.R. Zuiddam, and S.G. Lemay, “Mesoscopic concentration fluctuations in a fluidic nanocavity detected by redox cycling”, Nano Lett. 7, 384 (2007) pdf, cover page
  40. M.A.G. Zevenbergen, D. Krapf, M.R. Zuiddam, and S.G. Lemay, “Giant amplification of redox current in a nanofluidic channel”, Proceedings of the 10th Micro Total Analysis Systems Conference, 654-656 (2006) Tokyo, Japan. pdf
  41. D. Krapf, B.M. Quinn, M.Y. Wu, H. Zandbergen, C. Dekker and S.G. Lemay, “Experimental observation of nonlinear ionic transport at the nanometer scale”, Nano Lett. 6, 2531 (2006) pdf
  42. U.F. Keyser, B.N. Koeleman, S. van Dorp, D. Krapf, R.M.M. Smeets, S.G. Lemay, N.H. Dekker, and C. Dekker, “Direct force measurements on DNA in a solid-state nanopore”, Nature Physics 2, 473 (2006) pdf
  43. D. Krapf, M.Y. Wu, R.M.M. Smeets, H. Zandbergen, C. Dekker and S.G. Lemay, “Fabrication and characterization of nanopore-based electrodes with radii down to 2 nm”, Nano Lett. 6, 105 (2006) pdf
  44. R.M.M. Smeets, U.F. Keyser, D. Krapf, M.Y. Wu, N.H. Dekker y C. Dekker, “Salt-dependence of ion transport and DNA translocation through solid-state nanopores”, Nano Lett. 6, 89 (2006) pdf
  45. U.F. Keyser, D. Krapf, B.N. Koeleman, R.M.M. Smeets, N.H. Dekker, and C. Dekker, “Nanopore tomography of a laser focus”, Nano Lett. 5, 2253 (2005) pdf
  46. A. Sa’ar, Y. Reichman, M. Dovrat, D. Krapf, J. Jedrzejewski, I. Balberg, “Resonant coupling between surface vibrations and electronic states in silicon nanocrystals at the strong confinement regime”, Nano Lett. 5, 2443 (2005) pdf
  47. M.Y. Wu, D. Krapf, M. Zandbergen, H. Zandbergen, and P.E. Batson, “Formation of nanopores in a SiN/SiO2 membrane with an electron beam”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 87, 113106 (2005) pdf
  48. S.G. Lemay, D.M. van den Broek, A.J. Storm, D. Krapf, R.M.M. Smeets, H.A. Heering, C. Dekker, “Lithographically fabricated nanopore-based electrodes for electrochemistry”, Anal. Chem. 77, 1911 (2005) pdf
  49. D. Krapf, S.-H. Kan, U. Banin, O. Millo, and A. Sa’ar, “Intersublevel optical transitions in InAs nanocrystals probed by photoinduced absorption spectroscopy: The Role of Thermal Activation”, Phys. Rev. B 69, 073301 (2004) pdf
  50. D. Krapf, A. Davidi, J. Shappir, and A. Sa’ar, “Infrared photo-induced absorption spectroscopy of porous silicon”, Phys. St. Sol. A 197, 566 (2003) pdf
  51. D. Krapf, B. Adoram, K. L. Wang, J. Shappir and A. Sa’ar, “Infrared multispectral detection using Si/SixGe1-x quantum well infrared photodetectors”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 78, 495 (2001) pdf
  52. B. Adoram, D. Krapf, M. Levy, R. Besserman, K. L. Wang, J. Shappir, and A. Sa’ar, “Thermal relaxation processes in Si1-xGex/Si quantum wells studied by intersubband and inter-valence band optical spectroscopy”, Physica E 7, 255 (2000) pdf
  53. B. Adoram, D. Krapf, M. Levy, R. Besserman, S. Thomas, K. L. Wang, J. Shappir, and A. Sa’ar, “Thermal relaxation processes probed by intersubband and intervalence-band transitions in Si/Si1-xGex multiple quantum wells”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 75, 2232 (1999) pdf
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