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Biner, Olivier Felix; Schick, Thomas; von Ballmoos, Christoph (27 August 2018). Delivery of respiratory chain enzymes into membrane mimicking systems by charge-mediated fusion (Unpublished). In: International Conference on Molecular Systems Engineering (ICMSE). Basel. 27-29.08.17.

Biner, Olivier Felix; Schick, Thomas; Ganguin, Aymar Abel; von Ballmoos, Christoph (2018). Towards a Synthetic Mitochondrion. CHIMIA, 72(5), pp. 291-296. Schweizerische Chemische Gesellschaft 10.2533/chimia.2018.291


Biner, Olivier Felix; Schick, Thomas; von Ballmoos, Christoph (11 September 2016). Fusion of oppositely charged proteoliposomes as a method for membrane protein co-reconstitution (Unpublished). In: Liposomes, Exosomes, and Virosomes: From Modeling Complex Membrane Processes to Medical Diagnos-tics and Drug Delivery. Ascona, Switzerland. 11.-16.09.2016.

Kilchmann, Falco; Marcaida, Maria; Sachin, Kotak; Schick, Thomas; Boss, Silvan; Awale, Mahendra; Gönczy, Pierre; Reymond, Jean-Louis (2016). Discovery of a Selective Aurora A Kinase Inhibitor by Virtual Screening. Journal of medicinal chemistry, 59(15), pp. 7188-7211. American Chemical Society 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.6b00709

Biner, Olivier Felix; Schick, Thomas; von Ballmoos, Christoph (2 July 2016). Towards synthetic respiration – methods for the co-reconstitution of respiratory chain enzymes (Unpublished). In: During oxidative phosphorylation in bacteria and mitochondria, membrane embedded complexes I to V functionally interact to form ATP from cellular reducing equivalents. Normally, these enzymes are investigated individually and therefore, their functional i. Riva del Garda. 02.-07.07.2016.

Biner, Olivier Felix; Schick, Thomas; Müller, Yannic; von Ballmoos, Christoph (2016). Delivery of membrane proteins into small and giant unilamellar vesicles by charge-mediated fusion. FEBS letters, 590(14), pp. 2051-2062. Wiley 10.1002/1873-3468.12233

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