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Veröffentlichungen - C. Cremer*

( letzte Aktualisierung April 2016 )

*The list of publications gives a selection covering the fields of interest in Applied Optics, Digital Image Analysis, Bioinformatics, Biophysics and Biophotonics, Biomolecular Labelling Techniques, and applications in Molecular Cytogenetics and Nuclear Genome Structure Research.

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2002 M. Heilemann, D.P. Herten, R. Heintzmann, C. Cremer, C. Müller, Ph. Tinnefeld, K.D. Weston, J. Wolfrum, C. Cremer High-Resolution colocalization of single dye molecules by fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy

Anal. Chemistry 74: 3511- 3517

2002 R. Heintzmann, C.Cremer Axial tomographic confocal fluorescence microscopy

J. Microscopy 206: 7 - 23

2002 R. Heintzmann, T.M. Jovin, C. Cremer Saturated patterned excitation microscopy - a concept for optical resolution improvement

J. Opt. Soc. Am. A Vol 19 No 8: 1599 - 1609

2002 I. Solovei, A. Cavallo, L. Schermelleh, F. Jaunin, C. Scasselati, D. Cmarko, C. Cremer, S. Fakan, T. Cremer Spatial preservation of nuclear chromatin  architecture during three-dimensional fluorescence in situ hybridization (3D-FISH)

Exp. Cell Res. 276: 10 – 23

2002 H. Tanabe, S. Müller, M. Neusser, J.v. Hase, E, Calcagno, M. Cremer, I. Solovei, C. Cremer, T. Cremer Evolutionary conservation of chromosome territory arrangements in cell nuclei from higher primates

Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 99: 4424 – 4429


2002 G. Kreth, P. Edelmann, Ch. Münkel, J. Langowski, C. Cremer Translocation frequencies for X and Y chromosomes predicted by computer simulations of nuclear structure

Some Aspects of Chromosome Structure and Functions (Edits. R.C. Sobti, G. Obe, R.S. Athwal) pp. 57 – 71. Narosa Publ. House, New Delhi.

2002 B. Albrecht, A. Schweitzer, A.V. Failla, P. Edelmann, C.Cremer Spatially modulated illumination (SMI)  microscopy allows axial distance resolution in the nanometer range

Appl. Optics 41(1), 80 - 87

2001 T. Cremer & C. Cremer Chromosome territories, nuclear architecture and gene regulation in mammalian cells

Nature Reviews Genetics 2: 292 – 301

2001 A. Esa, A. E. Coleman, P. Edelmann, S. Silva, C. Cremer, S. Janz (2001) Conformational differences in the 3D-nanostructure of the immunoglobulin heavy-chain locus, a hotspot of chromosomal translocations in B lymphocytes

Cancer Genetics and Cytogenetics 127, 168 – 173


2001 A. L. Kovalchuk, A. Esa, A. E. Coleman, S. S. Park, T. Ried, C. Cremer, S. Janz Translocation Remodeling in the Primary BALB/c Plasmacytoma TEPC 3610

Gene Chromosomes Cancer, Volume 30, Issue 3, 283-291

2001 F.A. Habermann, M. Cremer, J. Walter, G. Kreth, J. von Hase, K. Bauer, J. Wienberg, C. Cremer, T. Cremer, I. Solovei Arrangements of macro- and microchromosomes in chicken cells

Chromosome Research 9, 569 – 584

2001 M. Cremer, J. von Hase, T. Volm, A. Brero, G. Kreth, J. Walter, C. Fischer, I. Solovei, C. Cremer, T. Cremer Non-random radial higher order chromatin arrangements in nuclei of diploid human cells

Chromosome Research 9, 541 - 567

2001 G. Kreth, P. Edelmann, C. Cremer Towards a dynamical approach for the simulation of large scale, cancer correlated chromatin structures (Invited Paper)

It. J. Anat. Embryol. 106 (suppl. 1), 21 – 30

2001 B. Albrecht, A.V. Failla, A. Schweitzer, C. Cremer Spatially modulated illumination microscopy: A new approach to biological nanostructure analysis

G.I.T. Imaging&Microscopy 2, 40 – 42

2001 B. Albrecht, A.V. Failla, R. Heintzmann, C.Cremer Spatially modulated illumination microscopy: Online visualization of intensity distribtution and prediction of nanometer precision of axial distance measurements by computer simulations

Journal of Biomed. Optics 6, 292 – 299

2001 B. Albrecht, R. Heintzmann, C. Cremer Online Visualisation of Axial Intensity Distribution in Spatially Modulated Illumination Microscopy

Optical Diagnostics of Living Cells IV, Daniel L. Farkas, Robert C. Leif, Editors, Proceedings of SPIE Vol 4260, 126-130

2001 A.V. Failla, C. Cremer Virtual Spatially Modulated Illumination Microscopy Predicsion of Axial Distance Measurement

Optical Diagnostics of Living Cells IV, Daniel L. Farkas, Robert C. Leif, Editors, Proceedings of SPIE Vol 4260, 120-125

2001 P. Edelmann, H. Bornfleth, D. Zink, T. Cremer, C. Cremer Morphology and dynamics of chromosome territories in living cells

Biochimica Biophysica Acta 1551, 29 – 40

2000 T. Cremer, G. Kreth, H. Koester, R.H.A. Fink, R. Heintzmann, M. Cremer, I. Solovei, D. Zink, C. Cremer Chromosome territories, interchromatin domain compartment  and nuclear matrix: An integrated view of the functional nuclear architecture

Critical Reviews in Eukaryotic Gene Expression 12: 179 – 212

2000 J. Rauch, M. Hausmann, I. Solovei, B. Horsthemke, T. Cremer, C. Cremer Measurement of local chromatin compaction by Spectral Precision Distance microscopy

In: Laser Microscopy (Edits. H.J. Tanke, H. Schneckenburger), Proceedings of  SPIE  4164: 1 – 9.


2000 P. Edelmann, A. Esa, C. Cremer Spectral precision distance microscopy (SPDM): Requirements and application

 QMC 2000: Proc  1st Euroconference on Quantitative Molecular Cytognetics. J. Graham, Edit. pp. 97 – 100

2000 I. Solovei, D. Kienle, G. Little, R.Eils, L.Salelyeva, M. Schwab, W. Jäger, C. Cremer, T. Cremer Topology of double minutes (dmins) and homogeneously staining regions (HSRs) in nuclei of human neuroblastoma cell lines

Genes Chromosomes and Cancer 29: 297 – 308

2000 J. Tajbakhsh, H. Luz, H. Bornfleth, S. Lampel, C. Cremer, P. Lichter Spatial distribution of GC- and AT-rich DNA sequences within human chromosome territories

Exp. Cell Res. 255: 229 – 237

2000 A. Esa, P. Edelmann, L. Trakthenbrot, N. Amariglio, G. Rechavi, M. Hausmann, C. Cremer 3D-spectral precision distance microscopy (SPDM) of chromatin nanostructures after triple-colour labeling: a study of the BCR region on chromosome 22 and the Philadelphia chromosome

J. Microscopy 199: 96 – 105


2000 J. Rauch, D. Wolf, J.M. Craig, M. Hausmann, C. Cremer Quantitative micro-scopy after fluorescence in situ hybridization – a comparison between repeat-depleted and non-depleted DNA probes

J. Biochem. Biophys. Methods 44: 59 – 72

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