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1. Klein A, Kovács M, Muskotál A, Jankovics H, Tóth B, Pósfai M, Vonderviszt F (2018) Nanobody-displaying flagellar nanotubes. Sci. Rep. 8, 3584.

2. Kovács B, Saftics A, Bíró A, Kurunczi S, Szalontai B, Kakasi B, Vonderviszt F, Dér A, Horváth R (2018) Kinetics and Structure of Self-Assembled Flagellin Monolayers on Hydrophobic Surfaces in the Presence of Hofmeister Salts: Experimental Measurement of the Protein Interfacial Tension at the Nanometer Scale. J. Phys Chem. C 122, 21375-21386.

3. Bereczk-Tompa É, Vonderviszt F, Horváth B, Szalai I, Pósfai M (2017) Biotemplated synthesis of magnetic filaments. Nanoscale 9, 15062-15070.

4. Kovacs B, Patko D, Szekacs I, Orgovan N, Kurunczi S, Sulyok A, Khanh NQ, Toth B, Vonderviszt F, Horvath R (2016) Flagellin based biomimetic coatings: From cell-repellent surfaces to highly adhesive coatings. Acta Biomaterialia 42, 66-76.

5. Bereczk-Tompa E, Pósfai M, Tóth B, Vonderviszt F (2016) Magnetite-binding flagellar filaments displaying the MamI loop motif. ChemBioChem 17, 2075-2082.

6. Sajó R, Tőke O, Hajdú I, Jankovics H, Micsonai A, Dobó J, Kardos J, Vonderviszt F (2016) Structural plasticity of the Salmonella FliS flagellar export chaperone. FEBS Letters 590, 1103-1113.

7. Klein A, Szabo V, Kovacs M, Patko D, Toth B, Vonderviszt F (2015) Xylan-Degrading Catalytic Flagellar Nanorods. Mol. Biotech. 57, 814-819.

8. Sajó R, Liliom K, Muskotál A, Klein Á, Závodszky P, Vonderviszt F, Dobó J (2014) Soluble components of the flagellar export apparatus FliI, FliJ and FliH, do not deliver flagellin, the major filament protein, from the cytosol to the export gate. Biochim Biophys. Acta – Mol. Cell Res. 1843, 2414-2423. IF: 5.019

9. Kovács N, Patkó D, Orgován N, Kurunczi S, Ramsden JJ, Vonderviszt F, Horváth R (2013) Optical anisotropy of flagellin layers: in situ and label-free measurement of adsorbed protein orientations using OWLS. Anal. Chem. 85, 5382-5387. IF: 5.825

10. Dobó J, Varga J, Sajó R, Végh BM, Gál P, Závodszky P, Vonderviszt F (2009) Application of a short, disordered N-terminal flagellin segment, a fully functional flagellar type III export signal, to expression of secreted proteins. Appl Env Microbiol 76, 891-899. IF=3.801

11. Gál, P., Végh, B., Závodszky, P. & Vonderviszt, F. (2006). Export signals. Nat. Biotech. 24, 900-901. IF: 22.672

12. Samatey, F., Imada, K., Nagashima, S., Vonderviszt, F., Kumasaka, T., Yamamoto, M. & Namba, K. (2001). Structure of the bacterial flagellar protofilament and implications for a switch with sub-A precision. Nature 410, 331-337. IF: 27.955

13. Yonekura, K., Maki, S., Morgan, D.G., DeRosier, D.J., Vonderviszt, F., Imada, K., Namba K. (2000). The bacterial flagellar cap as the rotary promoter of flagellin self-assembly. Science 290, 2148-2152. IF: 23.872

14. Namba K, Vonderviszt F (1997) Molecular architecture of the bacterial flagellum. Quart. Rev. Biophys. 30, 1-65. IF: 9.421

15. Namba K, Yamashita I, Vonderviszt F (1989) Structure of the core and central channel of bacterial flagella. Nature 342, 648-654. IF: 18.06

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