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Selected Publications

Klemm, A.H., A.W. Thomae, K. Wachal, and S. Dietzel. 2019. Tracking Microscope Performance: A Workflow to Compare Point Spread Function Evaluations Over Time. Microsc Microanal. 25:699-704.

Dietzel, S., S. Hermann, Y. Kugel, S. Sellner, B. Uhl, S. Hirn, F. Krombach, and M. Rehberg. 2016. Multiphoton Microscopy of Nonfluorescent Nanoparticles In Vitro and In Vivo. Small. 12:3245-3257.

Dietzel, S. 2015. Third Harmonic Generation Microscopy: Label-Free 3D-Tissue Imaging and Blood Flow Characterization. Imaging & Microscopy. 17:30-32.

Dietzel, S., J. Pircher, A.K. Nekolla, M. Gull, A.W. Brandli, U. Pohl, and M. Rehberg. 2014. Label-free determination of hemodynamic parameters in the microcirculaton with third harmonic generation microscopy. PloS one. 9:e99615.

Nagel, J., B. Gross, M. Meggendorfer, C. Preiss, M. Grez, R. Brack-Werner, and S. Dietzel. 2012. Stably integrated and expressed retroviral sequences can influence nuclear location and chromatin condensation of the integration locus. Chromosoma. 121:353-367.

Rehberg, M., F. Krombach, U. Pohl, and S. Dietzel. 2011. Label-free 3D visualization of cellular and tissue structures in intact muscle with second and third harmonic generation microscopy. PloS one. 6:e28237.

Rehberg, M., F. Krombach, U. Pohl, and S. Dietzel. 2010. Signal improvement in multiphoton microscopy by reflection with simple mirrors near the sample. J Biomed Opt. 15:026017.

Hepperger, C., A. Mannes, J. Merz, J. Peters, and S. Dietzel. 2008. Three-dimensional positioning of genes in mouse cell nuclei. Chromosoma. 117:535-551.

Dietzel, S., K. Zolghadr, C. Hepperger, and A.S. Belmont. 2004. Differential large-scale chromatin compaction and intranuclear positioning of transcribed versus non-transcribed transgene arrays containing beta-globin regulatory sequences. J Cell Sci. 117:4603-4614.

Dietzel, S., and A.S. Belmont. 2001. Reproducible but dynamic positioning of DNA in chromosomes during mitosis. Nat Cell Biol. 3:767-770.