Hans Binder – Publications

  1. MYC/MIZ1-dependent gene repression inversely coordinates the circadian clock with cell cycle and proliferation.
    Shostak A, Ruppert B, Ha N, Bruns P, Toprak UH, Project IM-S et al. Nat Commun 2016;7.
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  2. Generation of human induced pluripotent stem cells using non-synthetic mRNA.
    Rohani L, Fabian C, Holland H, Naaldijk Y, Dressel R, Löffler-Wirth H et al.
    Stem Cell Research 2016;16:662-672.
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  3. Gene set- and pathway- centered knowledge discovery assigns transcriptional activation patterns in brain, blood and colon cancer – A bioinformatics perspective.
    Nersisyan L, Loeffler-Wirth H, Arakelyan A, Binder H.
    Journal of Bioinformatics Knowledge Mining 2016;4:46-70.
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  4. Limited role for transforming growth factor–β pathway activation-mediated escape from VEGF inhibition in murine glioma models.
    Mangani D, Weller M, Seyed Sadr E, Willscher E, Seystahl K, Reifenberger G et al.
    Neuro-Oncology 2016.
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  5. Novel Anthropometry Based on 3D-Bodyscans Applied to a Large Population Based Cohort.
    Löffler-Wirth H, Willscher E, Ahnert P, Wirkner K, Engel C, Loeffler M et al.
    PLOS one 2016;11.
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  6. Genome-wide methylome and transcriptome analysis in human adipose tissue unravels novel candidate genes playing a role in obesity.
    Keller M, Hopp L, Liu X, Wohland T, Cancello R, Rohde K et al.
    Molecular Metabolism 2017, 6 819: 86-100.
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  7. Bistable epigenetic states explain age-dependent decline in mesenchymal stem cell heterogeneity.
    Hamidouche Z, Rother K, Przybilla J, Krinner A, Clay D, Hopp L et al.
    Stem Cells 2016:n/a-n/a.
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  8. Mapping heterogenenity in patient-derived melanoma cultures by single-cell RNA-seq.
    Gerber T, Willscher E, Loeffler-Wirth H, Hopp L, Schadendorf D, Schartl M et al.
    Oncotarget 2016; 8(1), 846-862.
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  9. Cartography of Pathway Signal Perturbations Identifies Distinct Molecular Pathomechanisms in Malignant and Chronic Lung Diseases.
    Arakelyan A, Nersisyan L, Pentrak M, Löffler-Wirth H, Binder H.
    Frontiers in Genetics 2016; 7:79.
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  10. Function Shapes Content: DNA-Methylation Marker Genes and their Impact for Molecular Mechanisms of Glioma
    Hopp L, Willscher E, Wirth-Löffler H, Binder H
    Journal of Cancer Research Updates 2015, 4(4):127-148.
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  11. Epigenetic Heterogeneity of B-Cell Lymphoma: Chromatin Modifiers.
    Hopp L, Nersisyan L, Löffler-Wirth H, Arakelyan A, Binder H
    Genes 2015, 6(4):1076.
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  12. Epigenetic heterogeneity of B-cell lymphoma: DNA-methylation, gene expression and chromatin states
    Hopp L, Wirth-Löffler H, Binder H
    Genes 2015, 6(3):812-840.
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  13. The LIFE-Adult-Study: objectives and design of a population-based cohort study with 10,000 deeply phenotyped adults in Germany
    Löffler M, Engel C, Ahnert P, Alfermann D, Arelin K, Baber R, Beutner F, Binder H, Brähler E, Burkhardt R et al
    BMC Public Health 2015, 15:691.
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  14. oposSOM: R-package for high-dimensional portraying of genome-wide expression landscapes on bioconductor
    Löffler-Wirth H, Kalcher M, Binder H
    Bioinformatics, 2015, 31(19):3225-3227.
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  15. Molecular classification of diffuse cerebral WHO grade II/III gliomas using genome- and transcriptome-wide profiling improves stratification of prognostically distinct patient groups.
    Weller, M., R. Weber, E. Willscher, V. Riehmer, B. Hentschel, M. Kreuz, J. Felsberg, U. Beyer, H. Löffler-Wirth, K. Kaulich, J. Steinbach, C. Hartmann, D. Gramatzki, J. Schramm, M. Westphal, G. Schackert, M. Simon, T. Martens, J. Boström, C. Hagel, M. Sabel, D. Krex, J. Tonn, W. Wick, S. Noell, U. Schlegel, B. Radlwimmer, T. Pietsch, M. Löffler, A. von Deimling, H. Binder, and G. Reifenberger,
    Acta Neuropathologica, 2015: p. 1-15.
    PDF | Supplement
  16. Nimodipine enhances neurite outgrowth in dopaminergic brain slice co-cultures.
    Sygnecka, K., C. Heine, N. Scherf, M. Fasold, H. Binder, C. Scheller, and H. Franke
    International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience, 2015, 40(0): p. 1-11.
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  17. Personalized disease phenotypes from massive omics data.
    Binder H, Lydia Hopp, Kathrin Lembcke, Wirth H.
    Big data analytics in bioinformatics and healthcare, IGI Global 2015
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  18. Variation of RNA quality and quantity are major sources of batch effects in microarray expression data.
    Fasold, M. and H. Binder
    microarrays, 2014. 3(4): p. 322-339.
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  19. Time-course human urine proteomics in space-flight simulation experiments.
    Binder, H., H. Wirth, A. Arakelyan, K. Lembcke, E.S. Tiys, V. Ivanishenko, N.A. Kolchanov, A. Kononikhin, I. Popov, E.N. Nikolaev, L. Pastushkova, and I.M. Larina
    BMC Genomics, 2014. 15(S12): p. S2
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  20. Profiling of Genetic Switches using Boolean Implications in Expression Data.
    Cakir MV, Binder H, Wirth H
    Journal of Integrative Bioinformatics 2014, 11(1):246.
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  21. How stem-like are sphere cultures from long-term cancer cell lines: lessons from mouse glioma models.
    Mushfika Ahmad, Karl Frei, Edith Willscher, Anja Stefanski, Kerstin Kaulich, Patrick Roth, Kai Stühler, Guido Reifenberger, Hans Binder, Weller M
    Journal of Neuropathology& Experimental Neurology 2014, 73(11):1062-1077.
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  22. Assessing technical performance in differential gene expression experiments with external spike-in RNA control ratio mixtures.
    Munro SA, Lund SP, Pine PS, Binder H, Clevert D-A, Conesa A, Dopazo J, Fasold M, Hochreiter S, Hong H, Jafari N, Kreil DP, Tabaj PP, Li S, Liao Y, Lin SM, Meehan J, Mason CE, Santoyo-Lopez J, Setterquist RA, Shi L, Shi W, Smyth GK, Stralis-Pavese N, Su Z, Tong W, Wang C, Wang J, Xu J, Ye Z et al
    Nat Commun 2014, 5.
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  23. A comprehensive assessment of RNA-seq accuracy, reproducibility and information content by the Sequencing Quality Control Consortium.
    Seqc/Maqc-Consortium
    Nat Biotech 2014, 32(9):903-914.
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  24. A Systems Biology Approach for Defining the Molecular Framework of the Hematopoietic Stem Cell Niche.
    Charbord P, Pouget C, Binder H, Dumont F, Stik G, Levy P, Allain F, Marchal C, Richter J, Uzan B, Pflumio F, Letourneur F, Wirth H, Dzierzak E, Traver D, Jaffredo T, Durand C
    Cell Stem Cell, 15(3):376-391.
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  25. Analysis of large-scale OMIC data using Self Organizing Maps.
    Binder H, Wirth H
    Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology Third Edition. Edited by Khosrow-Pour M: IGI global; 2014: 1642-1654.
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  26. Molecular characterization of long-term survivors of glioblastoma using genome- and transcriptome-wide profiling.
    Reifenberger G, Weber RG, Riehmer V, Kaulich K, Willscher E, Wirth H, Gietzelt J, Hentschel B, Westphal M, Simon M, Schackert G, Schramm J, Matschke J, Sabel MC, Gramatzki D, Felsberg J, Hartmann C, Steinbach JP, Schlegel U, Wick W, Radlwimmer B, Pietsch T, Tonn JC, von Deimling A, Binder H, Weller M, Loeffler M, for the German Glioma N
    International Journal of Cancer 2014, 135(8):1822-1831.
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  27. miRNA expression landscapes in stem cells, tissues and cancer.
    Cakir, MV, Wirth, H., Hopp, L., & Binder, H.
    miRNomics: MicroRNA Biology and Computational Analysis 2014 (Vol. 1107, pp. 279-302): Humana Press
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  28. Analysis of MicroRNA Expression Using Machine Learning.
    Wirth, H., Cakir, MV, Hopp, L., Binder, H.
    miRNomics: MicroRNA Biology and Computational Analysis 2014 (Vol. 1107, pp. 257-278): Humana Press
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  29. Histone modifications control DNA-methylation profiles during ageing and tumor expansion.
    Przybilla, J., Buske, P., Binder, H., Galle, J.
    Frontiers in Life Sciences 2013, 7(1-2), 31-43.
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  30. Portraying the Expression Landscapes of B-Cell Lymphoma- Intuitive Detection of Outlier Samples and of Molecular Subtypes.
    Hopp, L., Lembcke, K., Binder, H., & Wirth, H.
    Biology 2013, 2(4), 1411-1437.
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  31. Portraying the expression landscapes of cancer subtypes: A glioblastoma multiforme and prostate cancer case study.
    Hopp L, Wirth H, Fasold M, Binder H
    Systems Biomedicine 2013, 1(2).
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  32. Genomic and molecular phenotypic portraits – exploring the ‘OMes’ with individual resolution.
    Binder H, Hopp L, Cakir V, Fasold M, von Bergen M, Wirth H
    Health Informatics and Bioinformatics (HIBIT): IEEE Xplore; 2011: 99-107.
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  33. Transcriptional regulation by histone modifications: Towards a theory of chromatin re-organization during stem cell differentiation.
    Binder, H., Steiner, L., Wirth, H., Rohlf, T., Sonja, P., and Galle, J.
    Phys Biol 2013 10, 026006
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    (Has been selected as one of Physical Biology’s Highlights of 2013)
  34. Physico-chemical foundations underpinning microarray and next-generation sequencing experiments.
    Harrison, A., Binder, H. et al.
    Nucl Acids Res 2013.
    PDF | Publisher’s page
  35. AffyRNADegradation: Control and correction of RNA quality effects in GeneChip expression data.
    Fasold, M., and Binder, H.
    Bioinformatics 2013 29, 129-31.
    PDF | Publisher’s page
  36. A Global Genome Segmentation Method for Exploration of Epigenetic Patterns.
    Steiner L, Hopp L, Wirth H, Galle J, Binder H, Prohaska SJ, Rohlf T
    PLoS One 2012, 7(10):e46811.
    PDF | Publisher’s page
  37. Mining SOM expression portraits: Feature selection and integrating concepts of molecular function.
    Wirth H, von Bergen M, Binder H
    BioData Mining 2012, 5:18.
    PDF | Publisher’s page
  38. Estimating RNA-quality using GeneChip microarrays.
    Fasold M, Binder H.
    BMC Genomics 2012 13, 186.
    PDF | Publisher’s page
  39. Modeling the Dynamic Epigenome: from histone modifications towards self-organizing chromatin.
    Rohlf T, Steiner L, Przybilla J, Prohaska S, Binder H, Galle J.
    Epigenomics (2012), 4(2):205-219.
    PDF | Publisher’s page
  40. Suitability of infrared microspectroscopic imaging for histopathology of the uterine cervix.
    Einenkel, J., Braumann, U.-D., Steller, W., Binder, H., and Horn, L.-C.
    Histopathology 2011 60, 1084-98.
    PDF | Publisher’s page
  41. MALDI-typing of infectious algae of the genus Prototheca using SOM portraits.
    Henry Wirth, Martin von Bergen, Jayaseelan Murugaiyan, Uwe Rösler, Stokowy T, Binder H.
    Journal of Microbiological Methods 2011, 88(1):83-97.
    PDF | Publisher’s page
  42. Reprogramming of human Huntington fibroblasts using mRNA.
    Antje Arnold, Yahaira Naaldijk, Claire Fabian, Henry Wirth, Hans Binder, Guido Nikkhah, Lyle Armstrong, Stolzing A.
    ISRN Cell Biology 2012, Article ID 124878.
    PDF | Publisher’s page
  43. Combined proteomic and metabolomic profiling of serum reveals association of the complement system with obesity and identifies novel markers of body fat mass changes.
    Oberbach A, Blüher M, Wirth H, Till H, Peter K, Kullnick Y, Tomm J, Rolle-Kampczyk U, Murugaiyan J, Binder H, Dietrich A, Bergen Mv.
    Journal of Proteome Research 2011, 10(10):4769-4788
    PDF | Publisher’s page
  44. Expression cartography of human tissues using self organizing maps.
    Wirth H, Loeffler M, von Bergen M, Binder H.
    BMC Bioinformatics 2011, 12:306.
    PDF | Publisher’s page | Supplement
  45. Chlorinated Benzenes Cause Concomitantly Oxidative Stress and Induction of Apoptotic Markers in Lung Epithelial Cells (A549) at Nonacute Toxic Concentrations.
    Mörbt N, Tomm J, Feltens R, Mögel I, Kalkhof S, Murugesan K, Wirth H, Vogt C, Binder H, Lehmann I, von Bergen M.
    Journal of Proteome Research (2011), 10(2):363-378.
    PDF | Publisher’s page
  46. DARIO: a ncRNA detection and analysis tool for next-generation sequencing experiments.
    Fasold M, Langenberger D, Binder H, Stadler PF, Hoffmann S.
    Nucl Acids Res. (2011) 1-6.
    PDF | Publisher’s page
  47. Reply to ‘Linking probe thermodynamics to microarray quantification’.
    Conrad J. Burden and Hans Binder.
    Phys. Biol. 7 (2010) 048002 (6pp).
    PDF | Publisher’s page
  48. Washing scaling of GeneChip microarray expression.
    Hans Binder, Knut Krohn and Conrad J. Burden.
    BMC Bioinformatics 2010, 11:291.
    PDF | Supplement | Publisher’s page
  49. G-stack modulated probe intensities on expression arrays – sequence corrections and signal calibration.
    Fasold M., Stadler P. F and Binder H.
    BMC Bioinformatics 2010, 11:207.
    PDF | Supplement | Publisher’s page
  50. Gene expression density profiles characterize modes of genomic regulation: Theory  and experiment.
    Binder, H., Wirth, H. & Galle, J.
    Journal of Biotechnology, 149:98-114, 2010.
    PDF | Publisher’s page
  51. Physico-chemical modelling of target
    depletion during hybridisation on oligonulceotide microarrays.
    Burden, C. and Binder, H., 2010.
    Physical Biology 7, pp. 016004.
    PDF | Publisher’s page
  52. Mismatch- and G-stack modulated probe signals on SNP-microarrays.
    Binder, H., Fasold, M. and Glomb, T., 2009a.
    PLoS One 4, pp. e7862.
    PDF | Supplement | Publisher’s page
  53. Identification of harmless and pathogenic algae of the genus Prototheca by MALDI-MS.
    Bergen, M.v., Eidner, A., Schmidt, F., Murugaiyan, J., Wirth, H., Binder,
    H., Maier, T. and Roesler, U., 2009.
    PROTEOMICS – CLINICAL APPLICATIONS 3, pp. 774-784.
    PDF | Publisher’s page
  54. Non-specific hybridization scaling of microarray expression estimates: a physico-chemical approach for chip-to-chip normalization.
    Binder, Hans; Brücker, Jan; Burden, Conrad
    The Journal of Physical Chemistry
    2009, 113(9), 2874-2895;
    PDF | Supplement
  55. Calibration of microarray gene-expression data.
    Binder, H., Preibisch, S. and Berger, H., 2009b.
    In: Grützmann, R. and Pilarski, C. (Eds.), Methods in
    Molecular Biology, vol. 375-407. Humana Press, New York.
    preprint
  56. “Hook” calibration of GeneChip-microarrays: chip characteristics and expression measures.
    Binder H, Krohn K, Preibisch S.
    Algorithms for Molecular Biology 2008; 3:11
    PDF | Publisher’s page
  57. “Hook” calibration of GeneChip-microarrays: Theory and algorithm.
    Binder H, Preibisch S.
    Algorithms for Molecular Biology 2008; 3:12
    PDF | Publisher’s page
  58. Water near lipid membranes as seen by infrared spectroscopy.
    Binder, H.
    Eur Biophys J 36(4-5): 265-279 (2007).
    PDF | Publisher’s page
  59. Thermodynamics of competitive surface adsorption on DNA-microarrays
    Binder, H.
    J. Phys. Cond. Matter 18: 491-523 (2006).
    PDF | Key area paper
  60. GeneChip microarrays – signal intensities, RNA-concentrations and probe sequences
    Binder, H., Preibisch, S.
    J. Phys. Cond. Matter 18: 537-566 (2006).
    PDF
  61. Delimitation of squamous cell cervical carcinoma using infrared microspectroscopic imaging.
    Steller, W., Einenkel, J., Horn, L.C., Braumann, U.D., Binder, H., Salzer, R., Krafft, Ch.
    Anal Bioanal Chem (2006) 384: 145-154
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  62. Probing gene expression – sequence specific hybridization on microarrays.
    Binder, H.
    In: Bioinformatics of Genome Regulation and Structure II (Eds. N. Kolchanov and R. Hofestaedt (Eds.), Springer Science+Business Media, Inc. 2005, pp. 451-466.
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  63. Base pair interactions and hybridization isotherms of matched and mismatched oglionucleotide probes on microarrays. (2005)
    Binder, H., Preibisch, S., Kirsten, T.
    Langmuir 2005, 21, 9287-9302.
    PDF | Supporting information
  64. Specific and non specific hybridization of oglionucleotide probes on microarrays.
    Binder, H., Preibisch, S.
    Biophys. J., 2005. 89: 337-352.
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  65. Interactions in oligonucleotide hybrid duplexes on microarrays.
    Binder, H., Kirsten, T., Hofacker, I.L., Stadler, P.F., Loeffler, M.
    J. Phys. Chem. B , 2004. 108 (46): p. 18015-18025
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  66. The sensitivity of microarray oligonucleotide probes – variability and the effect of base composition.
    Binder, H., Kirsten, T., Loeffler, M., Stadler, P.F.
    J. Phys. Chem. B , 2004. 108 (46): p. 18003-18014
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  67. A molecular view on the interaction of the Trojan peptide penetratin with the polar interface of lipid bilayers
    Binder, H. and Lindblom, G.
    Biophysical J., 2004. 87(1): p. 332-343.
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  68. Hydration Pressure of a Homologous Series of Nonionic Alkyl Hydroxyoligo(ethylene oxide) Surfactants.
    Pfeiffer, H., U. Dietrich, H. Binder, G. Klose, and K. Heremans
    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2004. 6: p. 614-618
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  69. Interaction of the Trojan peptide penetratin with anionic lipid membranes – a caloriometric study
    Binder, H. and Lindblom, G.
    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2003. 5: p. 5108-5117.
    PDF
  70. Charge-dependent translocation of the Trojan peptide penetratin across lipid membranes
    Binder, H. and Lindblom, G.
    Biophysical J., 2003. 85(8): p. 982-995.
    PDF
  71. Membrane Insertion of a Lipidated ras peptide Studied by FTIR, Solid-state NMR, and Neutron Diffraction Spectroscopy.
    Hust er, D., A. Vogel, C. Katzka, H. Scheidt, H. Binder, S. Dante, T. Gutberlet, T. Zschörnig, H. Waldmann, and K. Arnold
    J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2003, 125, p. 4070-4079.
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  72. Hydration Pressure and Phase Transitions of Phospholipids – II. Thermotropic Approach.
    Pfeiffer, H., H. Binder, G. Klose, and K. Heremans
    Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 2003. 1609(1), p. 148-152.
    PDF
  73. Hydration Pressure and Phase Transitions of Phospholipids – I. Piezotropic Approach.
    Pfeiffer, H., H. Binder, G. Klose, and K. Heremans
    Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 2003. 1609(1), p. 144-147.
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  74. The molecular architecture of lipid membranes – New insights from Hydration-tuning infrared linear dichroism spectroscopy
    Binder, H.
    Applied Spectroscopy Reviews, 2003. 38(1): p. 15-69.
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  75. Lyotropic phase behavior and structure of mixed lipid (POPC)-detergent (C 12 E n , n=2, 4, 6) assemblies –
    Insights from hydration-tuning infrared spectroscopy
    Binder, H. and G. Klose,
    J. Phys. Chem. B , 2002. 106: p. 10991-11001.
    PDF
  76. Comparative FTIR-Spectroscopic Studies of the Hydration of Diphytanoylphosphatidyl-choline and -ethanolamine.
    Dorit R.Gauger, Hans Binder, Alexander Vogel, Carsten Selle, Walter Pohle
    J. Mol. Structure, 2002. 614: p. 211-220 .
  77. The effect of metal cations on the phase behavior and hydration characteristics of phospholipid membranes.
    Binder, H. and O. Zschörnig,
    Chem. Phys. Lipids, 2002. 115, p. 39-61.
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  78. FTIR-Spectroscopic Characterization of Phosphocholine Headgroup Model Compounds.
    Pohle, W., D.R. Gauger, H. Fritzsche, B. Rattay, C. Selle, H. Binder, and H. Böhlig,
    J. Mol. Structure, 2001. 563-564: p. 463-467.
    PDF
  79. The effect of unsaturated lipid chains on dimensions, molecular order and hydration of membranes.
    Binder, H. and K. Gawri sch,
    J. Phys. Chem. B, 2001. 105: p. 12378-12390.
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  80. Dehydration induces lateral expansion of membranes of polyunsaturated 18:0-22:6 phosphatidylcholine in a new lamellar phase.
    Binder, H. and K. Gawrisch,
    Biophys. J., 2001. 81: p. 969-982.
    PDF
  81. Interaction of Zn 2+ with phospholipid membranes.
    Binder, H., K. Arnold, A.S. Ulrich, and O. Zschörnig,
    Biophys. Chem., 2001. 90(1): p. 57-74.
    PDF
  82. Thermodynamic and kinetic aspects of lyotropic solvation-induced transitions in phosphatidylcholine and phosphatidylethanolamine
    assemblies revealed by humidity titration calorimetry.
    Binder, H., B. Kohlstrunk, and W. Pohle,
    J. Phys. Chem. B, 2000. 104: p. 12049-12055.
    PDF
  83. Structural aspects of lyotropic solvation-induced transitions in phosphatidylcholine and phosphatidylethanolamine assemblies revealed by infrared spectroscopy.
    Binder, H. and W. Pohle,
    J. Phys. Chem. B, 2000. 104: p. 12039-12048.
    PDF
  84. Hydration of polymeric components of the cartilage – An infrared spectroscopic study on hyaluronic acid and chondroitin sulfate.
    Servaty, R., J. Schiller, H. Binder, and K. Arnold,
    Int. J. Biol. Macromol., 2000. 28: p. 123-129.
    PDF
  85. pH and Ca 2+ dependent interaction of annexin V with phospholipid membranes – a combined study using fluorescence techniques,
    microelectrophoresis and infrared spectroscopy.
    Binder, H., G. Köhler, K. Arnold, and O. Zschörnig,
    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2000. 2: p. 4615-4623.
    PDF
  86. The effect of Zn 2+ on the secondary structure of a histidine-rich fusogenic peptide and its interaction with lipid membranes.
    Binder, H., K. Arnold, A.S. Ulrich, and O. Zschörnig,
    Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 2000. 1468: p. 345-358.
    PDF
  87. A Combined Study of Polarization Effects in PVDF.
    Holstein, P., N. Leister, U. Weber, D. Geschke, H. Binder, G.A. Monti, and R.K. Harris,
    ISE10 Proc., 1999. ISBN 0-7803-5025-1/99/10S.
  88. Hydration and lyotropic melting of amphiphilic molecules- a thermodynamic study using humidity titration calorimetry.
    Binder, H., B. Kohlstrunk, and H.H. Heerklotz,
    J. Coll. Interface Sc., 1999. 220(2): p. 235-249.
    PDF
  89. Biaxial ordering of terminal diene groups in lipid membranes – an infrared linear dichroism study.
    Binder, H., T. Gutberlet, and A. Anikin,
    J. Mol. Structure, 1999. 510(1-3): p. 115-131.
    PDF
  90. Infrared Dichroism Investigations on the Acyl Chain Ordering in Lamellar Structures III.
    Characterisation of the chain tilt and biaxiality in the solid phases of dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine as a
    function of temperature and hydration using molecular order parameters.
    Binder, H.,
    Vibrational Spectroscopy, 1999. 21(1-2): p. 151-163.
    PDF
  91. Infrared Dichroism Investigations on the Acyl Chain Ordering in Lamellar Structures II. The effect of diene groups in
    membranes of dioctadecadienoylphosphatidylcholine.
    Binder, H. and B. Kohlstrunk,
    Vibrational Spectroscopy, 1999. 21(1-2): p. 75-95.
    PDF
  92. Infrared Dichroism Investigations on the Acyl Chain Ordering in Lamellar Structures I.
    The Formalism and its Application to Polycrystalline Stearic Acid.
    Binder, H. and H. Schmiedel,
    Vibrational Spectroscopy, 1999. 21(1-2): p. 51-73.
    PDF
  93. Hydration Induced Deformation of Lipid Aggregates before and after Polymerization.
    Binder, H., U. Dietrich, M. Schalke, a nd H. Pfeiffer,
    Langmuir, 1999. 15(14): p. 4857-4866.
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  94. A Release Protocol for Isothermal Titration Calorimetry.
    Heerklotz, H.H., H. Binder, and R. Epand,
    Biophys J., 1999. 76(5): p. 2606-2613.
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  95. A humidity titration calorimetry technique to study the thermodynamics of hydration.
    Binder, H., B. Kohlstrunk, and H.H. Heerklotz,
    Chem. Phys. Lett., 1999. 304: p. 329-335.
    PDF
  96. Lyotropic Phase Behavior and Gel State Polymorphism of Phospholipids with Terminal Diene Groups.
    Infrared measurements on molecular ordering in lamellar and hexagonal phases.
    Binder, H., A. Anikin, G. Lantzsch, and G. Klose,
    J. Phys. Chem. B, 1999. 103(3): p. 461-471.
    PDF
  97. Isomerization and Polymerization of Lipids with Terminal Diene Groups in Supported Films.
    Binder, H., A. Anikin, and B. K ohlstrunk,
    J. Phys. Chem. B, 1999. 103(3): p. 450-460.
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  98. Aggregation Behavior of the Antibiotic Moenomycin A in Aqueous Solution.
    Lantzsch, G., H. Binder, H. Heerklotz, P. Welzel , and G. Klose,
    Langmuir, 1998. 14(15): p. 4095-4104.
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  99. Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy as a Probe for the Study of the Hydration of Lipid Self-Assemblies. I. Methodology and General Phenomena.
    Pohle, W., C. Selle, H. Fritzsche, and H. Binder,
    Biospectroscopy, 1998. 4: p. 267-280.
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  100. I R and NMR Studies on the Action of Hypochlorous Acid on Chondroitin Sulfate and Taurine.
    Servaty, R., H. Schiller, H. Binder, B. Kohlstrunk, and K. Arnold,
    Bioorg. Chem., 1998. 26: p. 33-43.
    PDF
  101. Infrared Dichroism Measurements on the Alkyl Chain Packing of an Ionic Detergent Intercalated between Silicate Layers.
    Binder, H., B. Kohlstrunk, U. Brenn, W. Schwieger, and G. Klose,
    Colloid Polym. Sci., 1998. 276(12): p. 1098-1109.
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  102. Excess Enthalpies of Mixing in Phospholipid-Additive Membranes.
    Heerklotz, H., H. Binder, and H. Schmiedel,
    J. Phys. Chem. B, 1998. 102: p. 5363-5368.
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  103. Compound Complex Formation in Phospholipid Membranes Induced by a Nonionic Surfactant
    of the Oligo-(Ethylene-Oxide)-Alkyl-Ether Type- A Comparative DSC and FTIR Study.
    Mädler, B., H. Binder, and G. Klose,
    J. Coll. Interface Sc., 1998. 202: p. 124-138.
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  104. Hydration of the Dienic Lipid Dioctadecadienoylphosphatidylcholine in the Lamellar Phase- An Infrared
    Linear Dichroism and X-ray Study on Headgroup Orientation, Water Ordering and Bilayer Dimensions.
    Binder, H., T. Gutberlet, A. Anikin, and G. Klose,
    Biophys J., 1998. 74: p. 1908-1923.
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  105. Isothermal titration calorimetry on aqueous lipid/detergent dispersions –
    An experimental approach to the thermodynamics of multiphase systems.
    Heerklotz, H. and H. Binder,
    Recent Development in Physical Chemistry, 1997. 1: p. 221-240.
  106. Hydration Induced Gel States of the Dienic Lipid 1,2-Bis(2,4-octadecanoyl)-sn-glycero-3-phosphorylcholine
    and Their Characterization Using Infrared Spectroscopy.
    Binder, H., A. Anikin, B. Kohlstrunk, and G. Klose,
    J. Phys. Chem. B, 1997. 101: p. 6618-6628.
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  107. Lipid/Detergent Interaction Thermodynamics as a Function of Molecular Shape.
    Heerklotz, H., H. Binder, G. Lantzsch, and G . Klose,
    J. Phys. Chem. B, 1997. 101: p. 639-645.
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  108. Thermodynamic Characterization of Dilute Aqueous Lipid/Detergent Mixtures of POPC
    and C 12 E 8 by Means of Isothermal Titration Calorimetry.
    Heerklotz, H., G. Lantzsch, H. Binder, G. Klose, and A. Blume,
    J. Phys. Chem. B, 1996. 100: p. 6764-6774.
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  109. 20.
    Optical Properties of Microconfined Liquid Crystals.
    Cramer, C., H. Binder, M. Schubert, B. Rheinländer, and H. Schmiedel,
    Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst., 1996. 282: p. 395-405.
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  110. Surface areas and packing constraints in POPC/C 12 EO n membranes. A time-resolved fluorescence study.
    Lantzsch, G., H. Binder, H. Heerklotz, M. Wendling, and G. Klose,
    Biophys. Chem., 1996. 58: p. 289-302.
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  111. Molecular ordering in microconfined liquid crystals: An infrared linear dichroism study.
    Binder, H., H. Schmiedel, G. Lantzsch, C. Cramer, and G. Klose,
    Liquid Crystals, 1996. 21(3): p. 415-426.
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  112. Application of isothermal titration calorimetry for detecting lipid membrane solubilization.
    Heerklotz, H., G. Lantzsch, H. Binder, G. Klose, and A. Blume,
    Chem. Phys. Lett., 1995. 235: p. 517-520.
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  113. Surface Area per Molecule in Lipid/C 12 E n Membranes as seen by Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer.
    Lantzsch, G., H. Binder, and H. Heerklotz,
    J. Fluores., 1994. 4(4): p. 339-343.
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  114. Determination of the Partition Coefficients of the Nonionic Detergent C 12 E 7 Between Lipid-Detergent
    Mixed Membranes and Water by Means of Laurdan Fluorescence Spectroscopy.
    Heerklotz, H., H. Binder, and G. Lantzsch,
    J. Fluores., 1994. 4(4): p. 349-352.
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  115. Membrane/water partition of oligo(ethylene oxide) dodecyl ethers and its relevance for solubilization.
    Heerklotz, H., H. Binder, G. Lantzsch, and G. Klose,
    Biochim. et Biophys. Acta, 1994. 1196: p. 114-122.
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  116. Outer Membrane Vesiculation od Acetobacter calcoaceticus.
    Borneleit, P., H. Binder, and H.-P. Kleber,
    Acta Biotechnol., 1990. 10(2): p. 117-123.
  117. Interaction of Triton X-100 and octyl glucoside with liposomal membranes at sublytic and lytic concentrations. Spectroscopic studies.
    Lasch, J., J. Hoffmann, W.G. Omelyanenko, A.A. Klibanov, V.P. Torchilin, H. Binder, and K. Gawrisch,
    Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 1990. 1022: p. 171-180.
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  118. Fluoreszenzlebensdauer und -anisotropie ausgewählter Sondenmoleküle in Phospholipidmembranen.
    Binder, H., G. Lantzsch, and K. Dittes,
    Wiss. Z. K.-M.-Univ. Leipzig, Math.-Naturwiss. R., 1989. 38(6): p. 569-578.
  119. Fluorescence Investigations On Phospholipid Membranes.
    Dittes, K. and H. Binder,
    Spectroscopy, 1988. 86: p. 243-258.
  120. Investigations on the pyrene fluorescence in phospholipid membranes.
    Binder, H. and K. Dittes,
    Stud. Biophys., 1987. 120(1): p. 59-71.
  121. The structure and dynamics of water near membrane surfaces.
    Klose, G., K. Arnold, G. Peinel, H. Binder, and K. Gawrisch,
    Colloids and Surfaces, 1985. 14: p.21-30.
  122. Behaviour of water at membrane surfaces – a molecular dynamics study.
    Binder, H. and G. Peinel,
    J. Mol. Structure, 1985. 123: p. 155-163.
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  123. Computersimulationen – Die Methoden und ihre Anwendungen auf Phospholipid-Modellmembranen.
    Peinel, G., H. Binder, S. Bilke, and S. Fritzsche,
    Wiss. Z. K.-M.-Univ. Leipzig, Math.-Naturwiss. R., 1984. 33(4): p. 349-365.
  124. Monte-Carlo simulation of one- and two-component systems: Physical properties of model membranes.
    Binder, H.,
    Stud. Biophys., 1983.
    93(3): p. 217-218.
  125. Quantum-chemical and empirical calculations on phospholipids. VIII. The electrostatical potential from isolated molecules up to layer systems.
    Peinel, G., H. Frischleder, and H. Binder,
    Chem. Phys. Lipids, 1983. 33: p. 195-205.
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  126. The phospholipid-water interface. A theoretical study.
    Peinel, G., H. Binder, and C. Werge,
    Stud. Biophys., 1983. 93: p. 211-214.
  127. Molecular Dynamics and Monte Carlo Calculations on Two-Dimensional Systems of Asymmetrical Molecules.
    Werge, K. and H. Binder,
    Stud. Biophys., 1983. 93(3): p. 219-220.
  128. Kinetic analysis of induced platelet aggregation.
    Gatash, S.V., K.M. Lakin, Y.F. Krylov, H. Binder, and L.N. Lebid,
    Farmakologija u Toksikologija, 1981. 44: p. 576-582.