2019

Kordon MM, Szczurek A, Berniak K, Szelest O, Solarczyk K, Tworzydło M, Wachsmann-Hogiu S, Vaahtokari A, Cremer C, Pederson T and Dobrucki JW (2019) PML-like subnuclear bodies, containing XRCC1, juxtaposed to DNA replication-based single-strand breaks. FASEB J, 33:2301–2313 Link

Neumann J, Ziegler K, Gelléri M, Fröhlich-Nowoisky J, Liu F, Bellinghausen I, Schuppan D, Birk U, Pöschl U, Cremer C and Lucas K (2019) Nanoscale distribution of TLR4 on primary human macrophages stimulated with LPS and ATI. Nanoscale, 11:9769–9779 Link

Ziegler K, Neumann J, Liu F, Fröhlich-Nowoisky J, Cremer C, Saloga J, Reinmuth-Selzle K, Pöschl U, Schuppan D, Bellinghausen I and Lucas K (2019) Nitration of wheat amylase trypsin inhibitors increases their innate and adaptive immunostimulatory potential in vitro. Front Immunol, 9:3174 Link

2018

Chen S-Y, Bestvater F, Schaufler W, Heintzmann R and Cremer C (2018) Patterned illumination single molecule localization microscopy (piSMLM): User defined blinking regions of interest. Opt Express, 26:30009–30020 Link

Cremer C (2018) Mobilität und dynamik im Zellkern. Heidelb Jahrb, 3:157–192 Link

Cremer C (2018) Mit Laserlicht ins innerste des Zellkerns. Pages 43–91 in: Heidelberger Physiker berichten (eds. Appenzeller I, Dubbers D, Siebig H & Winnacker A), Physikalisches Institut, Heidelberg  

Cremer C, Szczurek A, Strickfaden H, Birk U, Cremer M and Cremer T (2018) Der Zellkern - eine Stadt in der Zelle, Teil 2. Biol unserer Zeit, 48:45–53 Link

Cremer T, Cremer M and Cremer C (2018) The 4D nucleome: Genome compartmentalization in an evolutionary context. Biochem, 83:313–325 Link

Eryilmaz M, Schmitt E, Krufczik M, Theda F, Lee J-H, Cremer C, Bestvater F, Schaufler W, Hausmann M and Hildenbrand G (2018) Localization microscopy analyses of MRE11 clusters in 3D-conserved cell nuclei of different cell lines. Cancers, 10:25 Link

Schink A, Neumann J, Leifke AL, Ziegler K, Fröhlich-Nowoisky J, Cremer C, Thines E, Weber B, Pöschl U, Schuppan D and Lucas K (2018) Screening of herbal extracts for TLR2- and TLR4-dependent anti-inflammatory effects. PLOS One, 13:e0203907 Link

Szczurek A, Birk U, Knecht H, Dobrucki J, Mai S and Cremer C (2018) Super-resolution binding activated localization microscopy through reversible change of DNA conformation. Nucleus, 9:182–189 Link

2017

Bach M, Savini C, Krufczik M, Cremer C, Rösl F and Hausmann M (2017) Super-resolution localization microscopy of γ-H2AX and heterochromatin after folate deficiency. Int J Mol Sci, 18:1726 Link

Birk U, Szczurek A and Cremer C (2017) Super-resolved linear fluorescence localization microscopy using photostable fluorophores: A virtual microscopy study. Opt Commun, 404:42–50 Link

Birk U, Von Hase J and Cremer C (2017) Super-resolution microscopy with very large working distance by means of distributed aperture illumination. Sci Rep, 7:3685 Link

Cremer C, Szczurek A, Schock F, Gourram A and Birk U (2017) Super-resolution microscopy approaches to nuclear nanostructure imaging. Methods, 123:11–32 Link

Hausmann M, Ilić N, Pilarczyk G, Lee J-H, Logeswaran A, Borroni AP, Krufczik M, Theda F, Waltrich N, Bestvater F, Hildenbrand G, Cremer C and Blank M (2017) Challenges for super-resolution localization microscopy and biomolecular fluorescent nano-probing in cancer research. Int J Mol Sci, 18:2066 Link

Richter V, Bruns S, Bruns T, Weber P, Wagner M, Cremer C and Schneckenburger H (2017) Axial tomography in live cell laser microscopy. J Biomed Opt, 22:91505 Link

Szczurek A, Klewes L, Xing J, Gourram A, Birk U, Knecht H, Dobrucki JW, Mai S and Cremer C (2017) Imaging chromatin nanostructure with binding-activated localization microscopy based on DNA structure fluctuations. Nucleic Acids Res, 45:e56 Link

2016

Boyd PS, Struve N, Bach M, Eberle JP, Gote M, Schock F, Cremer C, Kriegs M and Hausmann M (2016) Clustered localization of EGFRvIII in glioblastoma cells as detected by high precision localization microscopy. Nanoscale, 8:20037–20047 Link

Cremer C and Birk U (2016) Perspectives in super-resolved fluorescence microscopy: What comes next? Front Phys, 4:11 Link

Moser F, Hildenbrand G, Müller P, Al Saroori A, Biswas A, Bach M, Wenz F, Cremer C, Burger N, Veldwijk MR and Hausmann M (2016) Cellular uptake of gold nanoparticles and their behavior as labels for localization microscopy. Biophys J, 110:947–953 Link

Neumann J, Scherhag A, Otten S, Shen F, Leifke AL, Birk U, Greb C, Lucas K and Cremer C (2016) Chronic inflammation under the microscope. Micros Today, 24:38–45 Link

Perez RL, Best G, Nicolay NH, Greubel C, Rossberger S, Reindl J, Dollinger G, Weber KJ, Cremer C and Huber PE (2016) Superresolution light microscopy shows nanostructure of carbon ion radiation-induced DNA double-strand break repair foci. FASEB J, 30:2767–2776 Link

Pierzyńska-Mach A, Szczurek A, Cella Zanacchi F, Pennacchietti F, Drukała J, Diaspro A, Cremer C, Darzynkiewicz Z and Dobrucki JW (2016) Subnuclear localization, rates and effectiveness of UVC-induced unscheduled DNA synthesis visualized by fluorescence widefield, confocal and super-resolution microscopy. Cell Cycle, 15:1156–1167 Link

Szczurek A, Xing J, Birk UJ and Cremer C (2016) Single molecule localization microscopy of mammalian cell nuclei on the nanoscale. Front Genet, 7:114 Link

Żurek-Biesiada D, Szczurek AT, Prakash K, Best G, Mohana GK, Lee H-K, Roignant J-Y, Dobrucki JW, Cremer C and Birk U (2016) Quantitative super-resolution localization microscopy of DNA in situ using Vybrant®DyeCycleTM Violet fluorescent probe. Data Br, 7:157–171 Link

Zurek-Biesiada D, Szczurek AT, Prakash K, Mohana GK, Lee HK, Roignant JY, Birk UJ, Dobrucki JW and Cremer C (2016) Localization microscopy of DNA in situ using Vybrant® DyeCycleTM Violet fluorescent probe: A new approach to study nuclear nanostructure at single molecule resolution. Exp Cell Res, 343:97–106 Link

2015

Cremer T, Cremer M, Hübner B, Strickfaden H, Smeets D, Popken J, Sterr M, Markaki Y, Rippe K and Cremer C (2015) The 4D nucleome: Evidence for a dynamic nuclear landscape based on co-aligned active and inactive nuclear compartments. FEBS Lett, 589:2931–2943 Link

Grab AL, Hagmann M, Dahint R and Cremer C (2015) Localization microscopy (SPDM) facilitates high precision control of lithographically produced nanostructures. Micron, 68:1–7 Link

Kirmes I, Szczurek A, Prakash K, Charapitsa I, Heiser C, Musheev M, Schock F, Fornalczyk K, Ma D, Birk U, Cremer C and Reid G (2015) A transient ischemic environment induces reversible compaction of chromatin. Genome Biol, 16:246 Link

Oleksiuk O, Abba M, Tezcan KC, Schaufler W, Bestvater F, Patil N, Birk U, Hafner M, Altevogt P, Cremer C and Allgayer H (2015) Single-molecule localization microscopy allows for the analysis of cancer metastasis-specific miRNA distribution on the nanoscale. Oncotarget, 6:44745–44757 Link

Prakash K, Fournier D, Redl S, Best G, Borsos M, Tiwari VK, Tachibana-Konwalski K, Ketting RF, Parekh SH, Cremer C and Birk UJ (2015) Superresolution imaging reveals structurally distinct periodic patterns of chromatin along pachytene chromosomes. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 112:14635–14640 Link

Stuhlmüller M, Schwarz-Finsterle J, Fey E, Lux J, Bach M, Cremer C, Hinderhofer K, Hausmann M and Hildenbrand G (2015) In situ optical sequencing and structure analysis of a trinucleotide repeat genome region by localization microscopy after specific COMBO-FISH nano-probing. Nanoscale, 7:17938–17946 Link

2014

Cremer C (2014) Far-field Light Microscopy. Pages 1–13 in: eLS John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, Chichester  Link

Cremer C, Kaufmann R, Gunkel M, Polanski F, Müller P, Dierkes R, Degenhard S, Wege C, Hausmann M and Birk U (2014) Application perspectives of localization microscopy in virology. Histochem Cell Biol, 142:43–59 Link

Cremer T, Cremer C and Lichter P (2014) Recollections of a scientific journey published in human genetics: From chromosome territories to interphase cytogenetics and comparative genome hybridization. Hum Genet, 133:403–416 Link

Müller P, Lemmermann NA, Kaufmann R, Gunkel M, Paech D, Hildenbrand G, Holtappels R, Cremer C and Hausmann M (2014) Spatial distribution and structural arrangement of a murine cytomegalovirus glycoprotein detected by SPDM localization microscopy. Histochem Cell Biol, 142:61–67 Link

Szczurek AT, Prakash K, Lee H-K, Żurek-Biesiada DJ, Best G, Hagmann M, Dobrucki JW, Cremer C and Birk U (2014) Single molecule localization microscopy of the distribution of chromatin using Hoechst and DAPI fluorescent probes. Nucleus, 5:331–340 Link

Wang Q, Dierkes R, Kaufmann R and Cremer C (2014) Quantitative analysis of individual hepatocyte growth factor receptor clusters in influenza A virus infected human epithelial cells using localization microscopy. Biochim Biophys Acta - Biomembr, 1838:1191–1198 Link

2013

Best G, Amberger R and Cremer C (2013) Super-resolution microscopy: Interference and pattern techniques. Pages 345–374 in: Fluorescence Microscopy: From principles to biological applications (ed. Kubitscheck U), Wiley‐VCH Verlag, Weinheim  Link

Cremer C and Masters BR (2013) Resolution enhancement techniques in microscopy. Eur Phys J H, 38:281–344 Link

Hausmann M, Müller P, Kaufmann R and Cremer C (2013) Entering the nano-cosmos of the cell by means of spatial position determination microscopy (SPDM): Implications for medical diagnostics and radiation research. Pages 93–95 in: International Symposium on Biomedical Engineering and Medical Physics, 10-12 October, 2012, Riga, Latvia. IFMBE Proceedings, vol 38 (eds. Dekhtyar Y, Katashev A & Lancere L), Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg  Link

Rossberger S, Ach T, Best G, Cremer C, Heintzmann R and Dithmar S (2013) High-resolution imaging of autofluorescent particles within drusen using structured illumination microscopy. Br J Ophthalmol, 97:518–523 Link

Rossberger S, Best G, Baddeley D, Heintzmann R, Birk U, Dithmar S and Cremer C (2013) Combination of structured illumination and single molecule localization microscopy in one setup. J Opt, 15:94003 Link

2012

Ach T, Best G, Rossberger S, Heintzmann R, Cremer C and Dithmar S (2012) Autofluorescence imaging of human RPE cell granules using structured illumination microscopy. Br J Ophthalmol, 96:1141–1144 Link

Cremer C (2012) Vom farbenkreis zum Supermikroskop: Goethe – dilettant oder fachmann? Pages 74–94 in: Bayerische Akademie der schönen Künste. Jahrbuch (ed. Küffe S), Wallstein Verlag, Göttingen  Link

Cremer C (2012) Optics far beyond the diffraction limit. Pages 1359–1397 in: Springer Handbook of Lasers and Optics (ed. Träger F), Springer, Berlin & Heidelberg  Link

Cremer T, Markaki Y, Hübner B, Zunhammer A, Strickfaden H, Beichmanis S, Heß M, Schermelleh L, Cremer M and Cremer C (2012) Chromosome territory organization within the nucleus. Pages 451–484 in: Reviews in Cell Biology and Molecular Medicine, Supplement 5 Epigenetic Regulation and Epigenomics (ed. Meyers RA), Wiley-VCH, Weinheim  Link

Huber O, Brunner A, Maier P, Kaufmann R, Couraud P-O, Cremer C and Fricker G (2012) Localization microscopy (SPDM) reveals clustered formations of P-glycoprotein in a human blood-brain barrier model. PLOS One, 7:e44776 Link

Kaufmann R, Cremer C and Gall JG (2012) Superresolution imaging of transcription units on newt lampbrush chromosomes. Chromosom Res, 20:1009–1015 Link

Kaufmann R, Piontek J, Grüll F, Kirchgessner M, Rossa J, Wolburg H, Blasig IE and Cremer C (2012) Visualization and quantitative analysis of reconstituted tight junctions using localization microscopy. PLOS One, 7:e31128 Link

Maruyama EO, Hori T, Tanabe H, Kitamura H, Matsuda R, Tone S, Hozak P, Habermann FA, von Hase J, Cremer C, Fukagawa T and Harata M (2012) The actin family member Arp6 and the histone variant H2A.Z are required for spatial positioning of chromatin in chicken cell nuclei. J Cell Sci, 125:3739–3743 Link

Müller P, Weiland Y, Kaufmann R, Gunkel M, Hillebrandt S, Cremer C and Hausmann M (2012) Analysis of fluorescent nanostructures in biological systems by means of spectral position determination microscopy (SPDM). Pages 3–12 in: Current Microscopy Contributions to Advances in Science and Technology (ed. Méndez-Vilas A), Formatex, Badajoz  Link

2011

Baddeley D, Crossman D, Rossberger S, Cheyne JE, Montgomery JM, Jayasinghe ID, Cremer C, Cannell MB and Soeller C (2011) 4D super-resolution microscopy with conventional fluorophores and single wavelength excitation in optically thick cells and tissues. PLOS One, 6:e20645 Link

Best G, Amberger R, Baddeley D, Ach T, Dithmar S, Heintzmann R and Cremer C (2011) Structured illumination microscopy of autofluorescent aggregations in human tissue. Micron, 42:330–335 Link

Brunner A, Best G, Amberger R, Lemmer P, Ach T, Dithmar S, Heintzmann R and Cremer C (2011) Fluorescence microscopy with structured excitation illumination. Pages 543–560 in: Handbook of Biomedical Optics (eds. Boas DA, Constantinos P & Ramanujam N), CRC Press, Boca Raton  Link

Cremer C (2011) Mikroskope und Mikroben. Pages 99–136 in: Viren und andere Mikroben: Heil oder Plage? (ed. Sonntag K), Universitätsverlag Winter, Heidelberg  Link

Cremer C (2011) Lichtmikroskopie unterhalb des Abbe-Limits. Lokalisationsmikroskopie. Phys unserer Zeit, 42:21–29 Link

Cremer C, Kaufmann R, Gunkel M, Pres S, Weiland Y, Müller P, Ruckelshausen T, Lemmer P, Geiger F, Degenhard S, Wege C, Lemmermann NAW, Holtappels R, Strickfaden H and Hausmann M (2011) Superresolution imaging of biological nanostructures by spectral precision distance microscopy. Biotechnol J, 6:1037–1051 Link

Hübschmann D, Kepper N, Cremer C and Kreth G (2011) Quantitative approaches to nuclear architecture analysis and modelling. Pages 87–129 in: Advances in nuclear architecture (eds. Adams NM & Freemont PS), Springer, Berlin & Heidelberg  Link

Kaufmann R, Müller P, Hausmann M and Cremer C (2011) Imaging label-free intracellular structures by localisation microscopy. Micron, 42:348–352 Link

Kaufmann R, Müller P, Hildebrand G, Hausmann M and Cremer C (2011) Analysis of Her2/neu membrane protein clusters in different types of breast cancer cells using localization microscopy. J Microsc, 242:46–54 Link

Staier F, Eipel H, Matula P, Evsikov A V., Kozubek M, Cremer C and Hausmann M (2011) Micro axial tomography: A miniaturized, versatile stage device to overcome resolution anisotropy in fluorescence light microscopy. Rev Sci Instrum, 82:093701 Link

Weiland Y, Lemmer P and Cremer C (2011) Combining FISH with localisation microscopy: Super-resolution imaging of nuclear genome nanostructures. Chromosom Res, 19:5–23 Link

2010

Ach T, Best G, Ruppenstein M, Amberger R, Cremer C and Dithmar S (2010) Hochauflösende Fluoreszenzmikroskopie des retinalen Pigmentepithels mittels strukturierter Beleuchtung. Der Ophthalmol, 107:1037–1042 Link

Baddeley D, Chagin VO, Schermelleh L, Martin S, Pombo A, Carlton PM, Gahl A, Domaing P, Birk U, Leonhardt H, Cremer C and Cardoso MC (2010) Measurement of replication structures at the nanometer scale using super-resolution light microscopy. Nucleic Acids Res, 38:e8 Link

Baddeley D, Weiland Y, Batram C, Birk U and Cremer C (2010) Model based precision structural measurements on barely resolved objects. J Microsc, 237:70–78 Link

Bohn M, Diesinger P, Kaufmann R, Weiland Y, Müller P, Gunkel M, von Ketteler A, Lemmer P, Hausmann M, Heermann DW and Cremer C (2010) Localization microscopy reveals expression-dependent parameters of chromatin nanostructure. Biophys J, 99:1358–1367 Link

Cremer C (2010) Licht aus dem Dunkeln. Phys J, 9:18–19 Link

Cremer C, von Ketteler A, Lemmer P, Kaufmann R, Weiland Y, Müller P, Hausmann M, Gunkel M, Ruckelshausen T, Baddeley D and Amberger R (2010) Far-field fluorescence microscopy of cellular structures at molecular optical resolution. Pages 1–35 in: Nanoscopy and Multidimensional Optical Fluorescence Microscopy (ed. Diaspro A), CRC Press, Boca Raton  Link

Gröner N, Capoulade J, Cremer C and Wachsmuth M (2010) Measuring and imaging diffusion with multiple scan speed image correlation spectroscopy. Opt Express, 18:21225–21237 Link

Grossmann C, Schwarz-Finsterle J, Schmitt E, Birk U, Hildenbrand G, Cremer C, Trakhtenbrot L and Hausmann M (2010) Variations of the spatial fluorescence distribution in ABL gene chromatin domains measured in blood cell nuclei by SMI microscopy after COMBO – FISH labelling. Pages 688–695 in: Microscopy: Science, technology, applications and education (eds. Mender-Vila A & Diaz J), Formatex, Badajoz  Link

Heride C, Ricoul M, Kiêu K, von Hase J, Guillemot V, Cremer C, Dubrana K and Sabatier L (2010) Distance between homologous chromosomes results from chromosome positioning constraints. J Cell Sci, 123:4063–4075 Link

Lang M, Jegou T, Chung I, Richter K, Münch S, Udvarhelyi A, Cremer C, Hemmerich P, Engelhardt J, Hell SW and Rippe K (2010) Three-dimensional organization of promyelocytic leukemia nuclear bodies. J Cell Sci, 123:392–400 Link

Markaki Y, Gunkel M, Schermelleh L, Beichmanis S, Neumann J, Heidemann M, Leonhardt H, Eick D, Cremer C and Cremer T (2010) Functional nuclear organization of transcription and DNA replication: A topographical marriage between chromatin domains and the interchromatin compartment. Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol, 75:475–492 Link

Müller P, Schmitt E, Jacob A, Hoheisel J, Kaufmann R, Cremer C and Hausmann M (2010) COMBO-FISH enables high precision localization microscopy as a prerequisite for nanostructure analysis of genome loci. Int J Mol Sci, 11:4094–4105 Link

Rouquette J, Cremer C, Cremer T and Fakan S (2010) Functional nuclear architecture studied by microscopy: Present and future. Int Rev Cell Mol Biol, 282:1–90 Link

Tykocinski L-O, Sinemus A, Rezavandy E, Weiland Y, Baddeley D, Cremer C, Sonntag S, Willecke K, Derbinski J and Kyewski B (2010) Epigenetic regulation of promiscuous gene expression in thymic medullary epithelial cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 107:19426–19431 Link

2009

Baddeley D, Jayasinghe ID, Cremer C, Cannell MB and Soeller C (2009) Light-induced dark states of organic fluochromes enable 30 nm resolution imaging in standard media. Biophys J, 96:L22–L24 Link

Cremer C (2009) Lichtoptische Nanoskopie. Biospektrum, 27–30 Link

Gunkel M, Erdel F, Rippe K, Lemmer P, Kaufmann R, Hörmann C, Amberger R and Cremer C (2009) Dual color localization microscopy of cellular nanostructures. Biotechnol J, 4:927–938 Link

Lemmer P, Gunkel M, Weiland Y, Müller P, Baddeley D, Kaufmann R, Urich A, Eipel H, Amberger R, Hausmann M and Cremer C (2009) Using conventional fluorescent markers for far-field fluorescence localization nanoscopy allows resolution in the 10-nm range. J Microsc, 235:163–171 Link

2008

Batram C, Baddeley D, Kreth G and Cremer C (2008) High precision size measurement of centromere 8 and the 8q24/c-myc gene region in metaphase and interphase human fibroblasts indicate differential condensation. J Struct Biol, 164:293–303 Link

Birk UJ, Baddeley D and Cremer C (2008) Nanosizing by spatially modulated illumination (SMI) microscopy and applications to the nucleus. Pages 389–401 in: The Nucleus; Methods in Molecular Biology, vol. 2 (ed. Hancock R), Humana Press, New York ISBN 978-1-61737-898-0

Friedland W, Paretzke HG, Ballarini F, Ottolenghi A, Kreth G and Cremer C (2008) First steps towards systems radiation biology studies concerned with DNA and chromosome structure within living cells. Radiat Environ Biophys, 47:49–61 Link

Lemmer P, Gunkel M, Baddeley D, Kaufmann R, Urich A, Weiland Y, Reymann J, Müller P, Hausmann M and Cremer C (2008) SPDM: Light microscopy with single-molecule resolution at the nanoscale. Appl Phys B, 93:1–12 Link

Rauch J, Knoch TA, Solovei I, Teller K, Stein S, Buiting K, Horsthemke B, Langowski J, Cremer T, Hausmann M and Cremer C (2008) Light optical precision measurements of the active and inactive Prader–Willi syndrome imprinted regions in human cell nuclei. Differentiation, 76:66–82 Link

Reymann J, Baddeley D, Gunkel M, Lemmer P, Stadter W, Jegou T, Rippe K, Cremer C and Birk U (2008) High-precision structural analysis of subnuclear complexes in fixed and live cells via spatially modulated illumination (SMI) microscopy. Chromosom Res, 16:367–382 Link

Ronneberger O, Baddeley D, Scheipl F, Verveer PJ, Burkhardt H, Cremer C, Fahrmeir L, Cremer T and Joffe B (2008) Spatial quantitative analysis of fluorescently labeled nuclear structures: Problems, methods, pitfalls. Chromosom Res, 16:523–562 Link

2007

Baddeley D, Batram C, Weiland Y, Cremer C and Birk UJ (2007) Nanostructure analysis using spatially modulated illumination microscopy. Nat Protoc, 2:2640–2646 Link

Birk UJ, Upmann U, Wagner C and Cremer C (2007) Size estimation of protein clusters in the nanometer range by using spatially modulated illumination microscopy. Pages 272–279 in: Modern research and educational topics in microscopy, vol. 1 (eds. Méndez-Vilas A & Díaz J), Formatex, Badajoz  ISBN-13: 978-84-611-9419-3

Brianna Caddle L, Grant JL, Szatkiewicz J, van Hase J, Shirley B-J, Bewersdorf J, Cremer C, Arneodo A, Khalil A and Mills KD (2007) Chromosome neighborhood composition determines translocation outcomes after exposure to high-dose radiation in primary cells. Chromosom Res, 15:1061–1073 Link

Kreth G and Cremer C (2007) Chromatin structure and the formation of chromosomal alterations. Pages 201–209 in: Chromosomal alterations: Methods, results and importance in human health (ed. Vijayalaxmi GO), Springer, Berlin & Heidelberg  Link

Kreth G, Pazhanisamy SK, Hausmann M and Cremer C (2007) Cell type-specific quantitative predictions of radiation-induced chromosome aberrations: A computer model approach. Radiat Res, 167:515–525 Link

Mathée H, Baddeley D, Wotzlaw C, Cremer CG and Birk UJ (2007) Spatially modulated illumination microscopy using one objective lens. Opt Eng, 46:083603 Link

Schwarz-Finsterle J, Stein S, Groβmann C, Schmitt E, Trakhtenbrot L, Rechavi G, Amariglio N, Cremer C and Hausmann M (2007) Comparison of triple helical COMBO-FISH and standard FISH by means of quantitative microscopic image analysis of abl/bcr positions in cell nuclei. J Biochem Biophys Methods, 70:397–406 Link