University of Regensburg Trenner Faculty of Chemistry Trenner Analytical Chemistry
Bioanalysis and Biosensors

List of Publications

2010
65
  • Bergner, S.; Wegener, J.; Matysik, F.-M.
  • Simultaneous Imaging and Chemical Attack of a Single Living Cell within a Confluent Cell Monolayer by Means of Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy.
  • Anal Chem. (2010), in press
64
  • Bergner, S.; Palatzky, P.; Wegener, J.; Matysik, F.-M.
  • High Resolution Imaging of Nanostructured Si/SiO2 Substrates and Cell Monolayers using Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy.
  • Electroanalysis (2010), in press
63
  • von Wedel-Parlow, M.; Schrot, S.; Lemmen, J.; Treeratanapiboon, L.; Wegener, J.; Galla, H.J.
  • Neutrophils cross the BBB primarily on transcellular pathways: An in vitro study.
  • Brain Research (2010), in press
62
  • Tarantola, M.; Pietuch, A.; Schneider, D.; Rother, J.; Sunnick, E.; Rosman, C.; Pierrat, S.; Sönnichsen, C.; Wegener, J.; Janshoff, A.
  • Toxicity of gold-nanoparticles: Synergistic effects of shape and surface functionalization on micromotility of epithelial cells.
  • Nanotoxycology (2010), in press
61
  • Thölking, G.; Reiss, B.; Wegener, J.; Oberleithner, H.; Pavenstaedt, H.; Riethmüller C.
  • Nanotopography follows force in TGF-beta 1 stimulated epithelium.
  • Nanotechnology, 21/26 (2010) 265102.
60
  • Peng, H.S.; Stolwijk, J.; Sun, L.N.; Wegener, J.; Wolfbeis, O.S.
  • Nanogel for ratiometric fluorescent sensing of intracellular pH values.
  • Angew. Chemie, in press
59
  • Janshoff, A.; Lorenz, B.; Pietuch, A.; Fine, T.; Tarantola, M.; Steinem, C.; Wegener., J.
  • Cell adhesion on ordered pores: consequences for cellular elasticity.
  • Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology, in press
58
  • Stolwijk, J.; Michaelis, S.; Rädler, U.; Wegener, J.
  • Impedimetrische Assays zur label-freien Analyse tierischer Zellen.
  • GIT – Laborfachzeitschrift, 03 (2010) 202-205.
57
  • Tarantola, M.; Maral, A.K.; Sunnick, E.; Adam, H.; Wegener, J.; Janshoff, A.
  • Dynamics of human cancer cell lines monitored by electrical and acoustic fluctuation analysis.
  • Integrative Biology, 2/2-3 (2010) 139-150.
2009
56
  • Janshoff, A.; Sapper, A.; Michaelis, S.; Heitmann, V.; Wegener, J.
  • Cell Adhesion Monitoring Using Substrate-Integrated Sensors.
  • Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology, in press
55
  • Robelek, R.; Wegener, J.
  • Label-free and time-resolved measurements of cell volume changes by surface plasmon resonance (SPR) spectroscopy.
  • Biosens Bioelectron. 25/5 (2009) 1221-24
54
  • Spiering, D.; Schmolke, M.; Ohnesorge, N.; Schmidt, M.; Goebeler, M.; Wegener, J.; Wixler, V.; Ludwig ,S.
  • MEK5/ERK5 signaling modulates endothelial cell migration and focal contact turnover.
  • J Biol Chem. 284/37 (2009) Sep 11, 24972-80.
53
  • Raedler, U.; Wegener, J.
  • Impedanz-basiertes Screening adhärenter Zellen: automatisiert, nicht-invasiv, label-frei und vielseitig.
  • Biospektrum 05 (2009) 474-476
52
  • Fine T.; Mey, I.; Rommel, C.; Wegener, J.; Steinem, C.; Janshoff, A.
  • Elasticity mapping of apical cell membranes.
  • Soft Matter 5 (2009) 3262–3265; DOI: 10.1039/b901714c
51
  • Lorenz, B.; Mey, I.; Steltenkamp, S.; Fine, T.; Rommel, C.; Wegener, J.; Steinem, C.; and Janshoff, A.
  • Elasticity Mapping of Pore Suspending Native Cell Membranes.
  • Small 7 (2009) Apr. 5, 832-8
50
  • Tarantola, M.; Schneider, D.; Sunnick, E.; Adam, H.; Pierrat, S.; Rosman, C.; Breus, V.; Soennichsen, C.; Basche, T.; Wegener, J. and Janshoff, A.
  • Cytotoxicity of Metal and Semiconductor Nanoparticles Indicated by Cellular Micromotility.
  • ACS Nano, 3/1 (2009) Jan. 27, 213-22.
2008
49
  • Breitenstein, D.; Rommel, C.E.; Stolwijk, J.; Wegener, J.; Hagenhoff, B.
  • The chemical composition of animal cells reconstructed from 2D and 3D ToF-SIMS analysis.
  • Applied Surface Science 255 (2008) 1249-1256.
48
  • Wegener, J.
  • Impedance Analysis of Cell Junctions.
  • In: Nanotechnology
    Ed. H. Fuchs. VCH Weinheim, in press.
    (2008)
47
  • Navdaev, A.; Heitmann, V.; de Santana Evangelsita, K.; Mörgelin, M.; Wegener, J.; Eble, J.A.
  • The C-terminus of the γ2-chain but not β3-chain of laminin 332 is indirectly but indispensably necessary for integrin-mediated cell reactions.
  • Exp. Cell Res. 314/3 (2008) 489-497.
2007
46
  • Böcker M., Anczykowski, B., Wegener, J. , Schäffer T.
  • Scanning Ion Conductance Microscopy with distance-modulated shear force control.
  • Nanotechnology 18 (2007) 145505.
45
  • Heitmann, V.; Wegener, J.
  • Monitoring cell adhesion by piezo-resonators: impact of increasing oscillation amplitudes.
  • Anal. Chem. 79/94 (2007) 3392-3400.
44
  • Breitenstein, D.; Rommel, C.; Möllers, R.; Wegener, J.; Hagenhoff, B.
  • The chemical composition of animal cells and their intracellular compartments reconstructed from 3D mass spectrometry.
  • Angew. Chemie 46/28 (2007) 5332-5335.
43
  • Zozulya, A.; Hartmann, C.; Wegener, J.; Galla, H.J.
  • The impact of glia-derived ECM on the barrier function of cerebral endothelial cells: an in vitro study.
  • Exp. Cell Res. 313/7 (2007) 1318-1325.
2006
42
  • Riethmüller, C.; Wegener, J.; Oberleithner, H.
  • Fluid transcytosis contributes to enothelial hyper-permeability during edema formation.
  • Pflueger`s Arch. 453/2 (2006) 157-165.
41
  • Rehder, D.; Iden, S.; Nasdala, I.; Wegener, J.; Meyer zu Brickwedde, M.K.; Vestweber, D.; Ebnet, K.
  • Junctional adhesion molecule A participates in the formation of apico-basal polarity through different domains
  • Exp. Cell. Res. 312/17 (2006) 3380-3403.
40
  • Sapper, A.; Wegener, J.; Janshoff, A.
  • Cell motility probed by noise analysis of thickness shear mode resonators.
  • Anal. Chem. 78/14 (2006) 5184-5191.
39
  • Steltenkamp, S.; Rommel, C.; Wegener, J.; Janshoff, A.
  • Mechanical properties of living cells under osmotic stress.
  • Small 2/8-9 (2006) 1016-1020.
38
  • Sapper, A.; Reiss, B.; Janshoff, A.; Wegener, J.
  • Adsorption and fluctuations of giant liposomes studied by electrochemical impedance measurements.
  • Langmuir 22 (2006) 676-680.
37
  • Riethmüller, C.; Wegener, J.; Oberleithner, H.
  • Bradykinin shifts endothelial fluid passage from para- to transcellular routes.
  • Pfluegers Arch. 453/2 (2006) 157-165.
36
  • Heitmann, V. ; Reiss, B. ; Wegener, J.
  • The quartz crystal microbalance in cell biology: basics and applications.
  • In: Piezoelectric Sensors (Springer Series on Chemical Sensors and Biosensors). Eds.: Steinem, C.; Janshoff, A. Springer Verlag, Berlin.
35
  • Wegener, J.; Reiss, B.; Keese, C.R.; Giaever, I.
  • Die Impedanzspektroskopie als analytisches Verfahren zur Untersuchung lebender Zellen in vitro.
  • In:  Impedanzspektroskopie: Grundlagen und Anwendungen. Herausgeber: Haus der Technik Aachen.
34
  • Wegener, J.; Keese, C.R., Giaever, I.
  • Electric Cell-Substrate Impedance Sensing: A versatile approach to study animal cells in vitro.
  • In: Proceedings MEA Meeting 2006. BioPro Baden Würtenberg. ISBN 3-938345-02-0.
33
  • Wegener, J.; Stahl, F.
  • Metabolic Engineering.
  • In: Ullmann`s Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. Wiley-VCH Verlags GmbH.
2005
32
  • Treeratanapiboon, L.; Psathaki, K.; Wegener, J.; Looareesuwan, S.; Galla, H.J.; Udomsangpetch, R.
  • In vitro blood brain barrier study of cerebral malaria infection.
  • Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm.  335, 810-818.
31
  • Keese, C.R.; Wegener, J.; Giaever, I.
  • Monitoring Cell-ECM Interactions using ECIS.
  • Gen. Eng. News 25/3, 42-43.
30
  • Wegener, J.
  • Cell-Surface Interactions.
  • In : Encyclopedia of Biomedical Engineering.
    Ed.: Metin Akay, Wiley & Sons, Hobooken, NJ.
29
  • Freiesleben-de Blasio, B.; Wegener, J.
  • Impedance Spectroscopy.
  • In: Encyclopedia of Medical Technologies and Instrumentation.
    Ed.: Webster, John G.; Wiley & Sons Inc. Hoboken, NJ.
28
  • Reiss, B.; Wiemann, V.; Balani, P.; Miele, S.; Michaelis, St.; Rommel, C.; Wegener, J.
  • In situ Analyse des Zell-Substrat-Kontaktes.
  • BioForum 4/2005.
2004
27
  • C.R. Keese, J. Wegener, S. Walker, I. Giaever
  • Monitoring wound healing in vitro.
  • Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 101/6 (2004) 1554-1559.
26
  • J. Wegener, D. Abrams, W. Willenbrink, A. Janshoff
  • An automated multi-well device to measure transepithelial electrical resistances under physiological conditions.
  • BioTechniques 37 (2004) 590-597.
25
  • S. Arndt, J. Seebach, K. Psathaki, H.J. Galla, J. Wegener
  • Bioelectrical impedance assay to monitor changes in cell shape during apoptosis.
  • Biosens. & Bioelectr. 19/6 (2004) 583-594.
24
  • C. Lohmann, M. Krischke, J. Wegener, H.J. Galla
  • Tyrosine phosphatase inhibition induces loss of blood-brain barrier integrity by matrix metalloproteinase-dependent and independent pathways.
  • Brain Res. 995/2 (2004) 184-196.
23
  • A. Janshoff, C. Steinem, J. Wegener
  • Non-invasive electrical sensor devices to monitor living cells online.
  • In: Thin film electrochemical sensors and biosensors: technology and performance.
    Ed.: Wolfbeis & Mirsky; Springer Verlag, 2004.
2003
22
  • B. Reiß, A. Janshoff, C. Steinem, J. Seebach, J. Wegener
  • Adhesion kinetics of functionalized vesicles and mammalian cells: A comparative study.
  • Langmuir 19/5 (2003) 1816-1823.
21
  • E. Lüthgens, A. Herrig, K. Kastl, C. Steinem, B. Reiß, J. Wegener, B. Pignataro, A. Janshoff
  • Adhesion of liposomes: A quartz crystal microbalance study.
  • Measurement, Science and Technology 14 (2003) 1865-1875.
20
  • S. Angelow, J. Wegener, H.J. Galla
  • Transport and permeability characteristics of the blood-CSF Barrier in vitro.
  • In: Blood-spinal cord and brain barriers in health and disease.
    Ed.: Sharma H.S., Elsevier Science / Academic Press, 2003.
2002
19
  • C.R. Keese, K. Bhawe, J. Wegener, I. Giaever
  • Real-time impedance assay to monitor the invasive activities of metastatic cells in vitro.
  • BioTechniques 33 (2002) 842-851.
18
  • J. Wegener, C.R. Keese, I. Giaever
  • Recovery of adherent cells after in situ electroporation monitored electrically.
  • BioTechniques 33 (2002) 348-357.
17
  • J. Wegener
  • Cell Junctions.
  • Encyclopedia of Life Sciences. Nature Publishing Group, 2002 (http://www.els.net)
2001
16
  • J. Wegener, C. Steinem, A. Janshoff
  • The quartz crystal microbalance as a novel means to study cell-substrate interactions in situ.
  • Cell Biochem. Biophys. 34 (2001) 121 - 151.
15
  • T. Eisenblätter, K. Psathaki, T. Nitz, H.J. Galla, J. Wegener
  • Cell culture media: Selection and Standardization. In: Cell culture models of biological barriers:
    In-vitro test systems for drug absorption and delivery.
  • Ed: Lehr, C.M., Taylor & Francis, 2001.
14
  • M. Haselbach, J. Wegener, S. Decker, C. Engelbertz, H.J. Galla
  • Porcine choroid plexus epithelial cells in culture: Regulation of barrier properties and
    transport processes.
  • Micr. Res. Tech. 52 (2001) 137-152.
2000
13
  • J. Wegener, C.R. Keese, I. Giaever
  • Electric cell-substrate impedance sensing as a non-invasive means to follow the kinetics of
    cell spreading on artificial surfaces.
  • Exp. Cell Res. 259 (2000) 158-166
12
  • J. Wegener, J. Seebach, A. Janshoff, H.-J. Galla
  • Analysis of the composite response of shear wave resonators to the attachment of mammalian cells.
  • Biophys. J. 78 (2000) 2821-2833
11
  • J. Wegener, A. Hakvoort, H.-J. Galla
  • Barrier function of porcine Choroid Plexus epithelial cells is modulated by cAMP-dependent
    pathways in vitro.
  • Brain Research 853/1 (2000) 115-124
1999
10
  • J. Wegener, S. Zink, P. Roesen, H.-J. Galla
  • Use of electrochemical impedance measurements to monitor b-adrenergic stimulation of bovine
    aortic endothelial cells.
  • Pfluegers Archiv - Eur. J. Physiol. 437/6 (1999) 925-934
1998
9
  • J. Wegener, A. Janshoff, H.-J. Galla
  • Cell adhesion monitoring using a quartz crystal microbalance: comparative analysis of
    different mammalian cell lines.
  • Eur. Biophys. J. 28/1 (1998) 26-37
8
  • A. Hakvoort, M. Haselbach, J. Wegener, H.-J. Galla
  • The polarity of choroid plexus epithelial cells in vitro is improved in serum-free medium.
  • J. Neurochem. 71 (1998) 1141 - 1150
7
  • D. Hoheisel, T. Nitz, H. Franke, J. Wegener, A. Hakvoort, T. Tilling, H.-J. Galla
  • Hydrocortisone reinforces the blood-brain-barrier properties in a serum-free cell culture system.
  • Biochem. Biophys. Res. Com. 244 (1998) 312-316
1997
6
  • U Gath, A. Hakvoort, J. Wegener, S. Decker, H.-J. Galla
  • Porcine choroid plexus cells in culture: Expression of a polarized phenotype, maintenance
    of barrier properties and apical secretion of CSF components.
  • Eur. J. Cell Biol. 74 (1997) 68 - 78
5
  • C. Steinem, A. Janshoff, W. Willenbrink, P. Ulrich, M. Sieber, J. Wegener, H.-J. Galla
  • Impedance and shear wave resonance analysis of receptor-ligand initeractions at functionalized
    surfaces and of cell monolayers.
  • Biosensors & Bioelectronics 12 (1997) 787-808
1996
4
  • J. Wegener, M. Sieber, H.-J. Galla
  • Impedance analysis of epithelial and endothelial cell monolayers cultured on gold surfaces.
  • J. Biochem. Biophys. Methods 32 (1996) 151-170
3
  • J. Wegener, H.-J. Galla
  • The role of non-lamellar lipid structures in the formation of tight junctions.
  • Chem. Phys. Lipids 81 (1996) 229 - 255
2
  • A. Janshoff, J. Wegener, M. Sieber, H.-J. Galla
  • Double-mode impedance analysis of epithelial cell monolayers cultured on shear wave resonators.
  • Eur. Biophys. J. 25 (1996) 93-103
1994
1
  • J. Wegener, K. Kirschbaum, D. M. Giolando
  • Synthesis, properties and crystal structure of benzene-1,2-dithiolato complexes of antimony-(III) and -(V).
  • J. Chem. Soc. Dalton Transaction (1994) 1213 -1218

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