Diane S. Lidke
Diane S. Lidke
University of New Mexico, Department of Pathology
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Quantum dot ligands provide new insights into erbB/HER receptor–mediated signal transduction
DS Lidke, P Nagy, R Heintzmann, DJ Arndt-Jovin, JN Post, HE Grecco, ...
Nature biotechnology 22 (2), 198-203, 2004
Actin restricts FcɛRI diffusion and facilitates antigen-induced receptor immobilization
NL Andrews, KA Lidke, JR Pfeiffer, AR Burns, BS Wilson, JM Oliver, ...
Nature cell biology 10 (8), 955-963, 2008
Reaching out for signals: filopodia sense EGF and respond by directed retrograde transport of activated receptors
DS Lidke, KA Lidke, B Rieger, TM Jovin, DJ Arndt-Jovin
The Journal of cell biology 170 (4), 619-626, 2005
ErbB1 dimerization is promoted by domain co-confinement and stabilized by ligand binding
ST Low-Nam, KA Lidke, PJ Cutler, RC Roovers, PMPB en Henegouwen, ...
Nature structural & molecular biology 18 (11), 1244-1249, 2011
Imaging molecular interactions in cells by dynamic and static fluorescence anisotropy (rFLIM and emFRET)
DS Lidke, P Nagy, BG Barisas, R Heintzmann, JN Post, KA Lidke, ...
Biochemical society transactions 31 (5), 1020-1027, 2003
Ensemble and single particle photophysical properties (two‐photon excitation, anisotropy, FRET, lifetime, spectral conversion) of commercial quantum dots in solution and in …
HE Grecco, KA Lidke, R Heintzmann, DS Lidke, C Spagnuolo, ...
Microscopy research and technique 65 (4‐5), 169-179, 2004
Ligand-conjugated quantum dots monitor antigen uptake and processing by dendritic cells
A Cambi, DS Lidke, DJ Arndt-Jovin, CG Figdor, TM Jovin
Nano letters 7 (4), 970-977, 2007
Mapping ErbB receptors on breast cancer cell membranes during signal transduction
S Yang, MA Raymond-Stintz, W Ying, J Zhang, DS Lidke, SL Steinberg, ...
Journal of cell science 120 (16), 2763-2773, 2007
Small, mobile FcɛRI receptor aggregates are signaling competent
NL Andrews, JR Pfeiffer, AM Martinez, DM Haaland, RW Davis, ...
Immunity 31 (3), 469-479, 2009
ERK nuclear translocation is dimerization-independent but controlled by the rate of phosphorylation
DS Lidke, F Huang, JN Post, B Rieger, J Wilsbacher, JL Thomas, ...
Journal of biological chemistry 285 (5), 3092-3102, 2010
EGFR ligands differentially stabilize receptor dimers to specify signaling kinetics
DM Freed, NJ Bessman, A Kiyatkin, E Salazar-Cavazos, PO Byrne, ...
Cell 171 (3), 683-695. e18, 2017
Time-resolved three-dimensional molecular tracking in live cells
NP Wells, GA Lessard, PM Goodwin, ME Phipps, PJ Cutler, DS Lidke, ...
Nano letters 10 (11), 4732-4737, 2010
Multi-color quantum dot tracking using a high-speed hyperspectral line-scanning microscope
PJ Cutler, MD Malik, S Liu, JM Byars, DS Lidke, KA Lidke
PloS one 8 (5), e64320, 2013
Dual-color superresolution microscopy reveals nanoscale organization of mechanosensory podosomes
K Van den Dries, SL Schwartz, J Byars, MBM Meddens, M Bolomini-Vittori, ...
Molecular biology of the cell 24 (13), 2112-2123, 2013
erbB3 is an active tyrosine kinase capable of homo-and heterointeractions
MP Steinkamp, ST Low-Nam, S Yang, KA Lidke, DS Lidke, BS Wilson
Molecular and cellular biology 34 (6), 965-977, 2014
Transmembrane pickets connect cyto-and pericellular skeletons forming barriers to receptor engagement
SA Freeman, A Vega, M Riedl, RF Collins, PP Ostrowski, EC Woods, ...
Cell 172 (1-2), 305-317. e10, 2018
Advances in high-resolution imaging–techniques for three-dimensional imaging of cellular structures
DS Lidke, KA Lidke
Journal of cell science 125 (11), 2571-2580, 2012
The role of photon statistics in fluorescence anisotropy imaging
KA Lidke, B Rieger, DS Lidke, TM Jovin
IEEE Transactions on Image Processing 14 (9), 1237-1245, 2005
Quantum dots for quantitative imaging: from single molecules to tissue
TQ Vu, WY Lam, EW Hatch, DS Lidke
Cell and tissue research 360 (1), 71-86, 2015
Imaging takes a quantum leap
DS Lidke, DJ Arndt-Jovin
Physiology 19 (6), 322-325, 2004
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