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Dr Martin Oliver Lenz

Dr Martin Oliver Lenz

Imaging Research Associate


Office Phone: 01223 334187

Key Publications

  1. M.O. Lenz, H. Sinclair, A. Savell, A.C.N. Brown, J. Clegg, D.M. Davis, C. Dunsby, M.A.A. Neil and P.M.W. French
    3-D STED microscopy with programmable aberration correction applied to imaging the Natural Killer cell immunological synapse
    J. Biophotonics, Vol 7, 2014

  2. S. Coda, A.J. Thompson, M.O. Lenz, K.L. Roche, G.T. Kennedy, C.B. Talbot, Y. Alexandrov, I. Munro, M.A. Neil, G. Stamp, D.S. Elson, C. Dunsby, P.M. French, A.V. Thillainayagam
    Sa1609 Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging and Spectroscopy for Label-Free Contrast of Gastrointestinal Diseases
    Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, 75(4), 2012

  3. R. Patalay, C. Talbot, Y.C. Alexandrov, M.O. Lenz, S. Kumar, S. Warren, I. Munro, M.A.A. Neil, K. König, P.M. French, A. Chu, G.W. Stamp, C. Dunsby
    Multiphoton multispectral fluorescence lifetime tomography for the evaluation of basal cell carcinomas
    PLoS One, 7(9), 2012, e43460.

  4. M.O. Lenz, A.C.N. Brown, E. Auksorius, D.M. Davis, C. Dunsby, M.A.A. Neil and P.M.W. French
    A STED-FLIM microscope applied to imaging the Natural Killer cell immune synapse
    Proc. SPIE 2011, 7903, BiOS XI 

  5. S. Amarie, D. Lupo, M.O. Lenz, R. Saeggesser, R. Gosh and J. Wachtveitl
    Excitation energy pathways in the photosynthetic units of reaction center LM- und H-subunit deletion mutants of Rhodospirillum rubrum
    Photosynth. Res., 103, 141–151, 2010

  6. M.-K. Verhoefen, M.O. Lenz, S. Amarie, J.P. Klare, J.Tittor, D. Oesterhelt,
    M. Engelhard and J.Wachtveitl
    Primary Reaction of Sensory Rhodopsin II Mutant D75N and the Influence of Azide
    Biochemistry, 48, 9677-9683, 2009

  7. M.O. Lenz and J. Wachtveitl
    Quenching of Triplet State Formation by Electron Transfer for Merocyanine/TiO2 Systems
    J. Phys. Chem. C, 112, 11973, 2008

  8. U. Kusebauch, S.A. Cadamuro, H.-J. Musiol, M.O. Lenz, J. Wachtveitl, L. Moroder
    and C. Renner
    Photo-controlled folding and unfolding of a collagen triple helix
    Angewandte Chemie Int. Ed., 45, 7015-7018, 2006

  9. M.O. Lenz, A.C. Woerner, C. Glaubitz and J. Wachtveitl
    Photoisomerization in Proteorhodopsin mutant D97N
    Photochemistry and Photobiology, 83, 226-231, 2006

  10. V.V. Matylitsky, M.O. Lenz and J. Wachtveitl
    Observation of pH-dependence of the back-electron transfer dynamics inValizarin-TiO2 systems: importance of trap states
    J. Phys. Chem. B, 110, 8372, 2006

  11. M.O. Lenz, R. Huber, B. Schmidt, P. Gilch, E. Bamberg, R. Kalmbach, M. Engelhard
    and J. Wachtveitl
    First Steps of Photoisomerization of Proteorhodopsin
    Biophysical Journal, 91, 255-262, 2006

  12. S. Rehm, M.O. Lenz, S. Mensch, H. Schwalbe and J. Wachtveitl
    Ultrafast Spectroscopy of a Photoswitchable 30-amino acid de novo synthesized peptide
    Chemical Physics, 323(1): 28-31, 2006

  13. R. Huber, T. Köhler, M.O. Lenz, E. Bamberg, R. Kalmbach, M. Engelhard and J. Wachtveitl
    pH-Dependent Photoisomerization of Retinal in Proteorhodopsin
    Biochemistry, 44(6): 1800-1806, 2005

  14. T. Voigt, M.O. Lenz, F. Mitschke, E. Roldán and G.J. de Valcárcel
    Experimental investigation of Risken-Nummedal-Graham-Haken laser instability
     in fiber ring lasers
    Applied Physics B, 79: 175-183, 2004