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Takeshi Fukuma
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High-speed atomic force microscopy for nano-visualization of dynamic biomolecular processes
T Ando, T Uchihashi, T Fukuma
Progress in Surface Science 83 (7-9), 337-437, 2008
6352008
Development of low noise cantilever deflection sensor for multienvironment frequency-modulation atomic force microscopy
T Fukuma, M Kimura, K Kobayashi, K Matsushige, H Yamada
Review of Scientific Instruments 76 (5), 2005
4742005
Atomic-scale distribution of water molecules at the mica-water interface visualized by three-dimensional scanning force microscopy
T Fukuma, Y Ueda, S Yoshioka, H Asakawa
Physical review letters 104 (1), 016101, 2010
4702010
True atomic resolution in liquid by frequency-modulation atomic force microscopy
T Fukuma, K Kobayashi, K Matsushige, H Yamada
Applied Physics Letters 87 (3), 2005
4412005
Direct imaging of individual intrinsic hydration layers on lipid bilayers at Ångstrom resolution
T Fukuma, MJ Higgins, SP Jarvis
Biophysical Journal 92 (10), 3603-3609, 2007
2422007
Development of liquid-environment frequency modulation atomic force microscope with low noise deflection sensor for cantilevers of various dimensions
T Fukuma, SP Jarvis
Review of Scientific Instruments 77 (4), 2006
2302006
Direct imaging of lipid-ion network formation under physiological conditions by frequency modulation atomic force microscopy
T Fukuma, MJ Higgins, SP Jarvis
Physical Review Letters 98 (10), 106101, 2007
1902007
Structured water layers adjacent to biological membranes
MJ Higgins, M Polcik, T Fukuma, JE Sader, Y Nakayama, SP Jarvis
Biophysical journal 91 (7), 2532-2542, 2006
1902006
True molecular resolution in liquid by frequency-modulation atomic force microscopy
T Fukuma, K Kobayashi, K Matsushige, H Yamada
Applied Physics Letters 86 (19), 2005
1792005
Wideband low-noise optical beam deflection sensor with photothermal excitation for liquid-environment atomic force microscopy
T Fukuma
Review of Scientific Instruments 80 (2), 2009
1572009
High‐Resolution Electrochemical Mapping of the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction on Transition‐Metal Dichalcogenide Nanosheets
Y Takahashi, Y Kobayashi, Z Wang, Y Ito, M Ota, H Ida, A Kumatani, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 59 (9), 3601-3608, 2020
1462020
Atomic-and molecular-resolution mapping of solid–liquid interfaces by 3D atomic force microscopy
T Fukuma, R Garcia
ACS nano 12 (12), 11785-11797, 2018
1402018
Three-dimensional quantitative force maps in liquid with 10 piconewton, angstrom and sub-minute resolutions
ET Herruzo, H Asakawa, T Fukuma, R Garcia
Nanoscale 5 (7), 2678-2685, 2013
1352013
Nanoscale mechanical characterisation of amyloid fibrils discovered in a natural adhesive
AS Mostaert, MJ Higgins, T Fukuma, F Rindi, SP Jarvis
Journal of biological physics 32, 393-401, 2006
1342006
Mechanism of atomic force microscopy imaging of three-dimensional hydration structures at a solid-liquid interface
T Fukuma, B Reischl, N Kobayashi, P Spijker, FF Canova, K Miyazawa, ...
Physical Review B 92 (15), 155412, 2015
1192015
Water distribution at solid/liquid interfaces visualized by frequency modulation atomic force microscopy
T Fukuma
Science and technology of advanced materials, 2010
1062010
Spatial distribution of lipid headgroups and water molecules at membrane/water interfaces visualized by three-dimensional scanning force microscopy
H Asakawa, S Yoshioka, K Nishimura, T Fukuma
ACS nano 6 (10), 9013-9020, 2012
1012012
High resonance frequency force microscope scanner using inertia balance support
T Fukuma, Y Okazaki, N Kodera, T Uchihashi, T Ando
Applied Physics Letters 92 (24), 2008
952008
True-molecular resolution imaging by frequency modulation atomic force microscopy in various environments
T Fukuma, T Ichii, K Kobayashi, H Yamada, K Matsushige
Applied Physics Letters 86 (3), 2005
942005
Phase modulation atomic force microscope with true atomic resolution
T Fukuma, JI Kilpatrick, SP Jarvis
Review of scientific instruments 77 (12), 2006
932006
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