His primary areas of study are Transplantation, Biophysics, Xylem, Analytical chemistry and Membrane. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including In vitro, Diabetic mouse, Biomedical engineering, Capsule and In vivo. His Biophysics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Lymphocyte, Membrane transport, Electrical resistivity and conductivity and Cell membrane.
His studies deal with areas such as Phloem and Transpiration as well as Xylem. Ulrich Zimmermann has included themes like Electrorotation, Dielectric, Electrical breakdown, Permittivity and Chemical engineering in his Analytical chemistry study. His Membrane research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Hydraulic conductivity, Electroporation, Dielectrophoresis and Propidium iodide.
Ulrich Zimmermann spends much of his time researching Biophysics, Botany, Membrane, Electrofusion and Xylem. His Biophysics research focuses on Electroporation and how it relates to Propidium iodide and Intracellular. His is involved in several facets of Botany study, as is seen by his studies on Turgor pressure and Osmotic pressure.
His work deals with themes such as Cell, Membrane potential and Analytical chemistry, which intersect with Membrane. His Electrofusion research integrates issues from Protoplast, Immunology and Cell fusion. As part of one scientific family, he deals mainly with the area of Xylem, narrowing it down to issues related to the Transpiration, and often Light intensity.
Ulrich Zimmermann focuses on Botany, Biophysics, Xylem, Turgor pressure and Electrofusion. His work in Transpiration and Osmotic pressure is related to Botany. His Biophysics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cell culture, Chromatography and Osmotic shock.
His work on Pressure bomb as part of general Xylem study is frequently linked to Water flow, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Turgor pressure study combines topics in areas such as Leaf water, Patch clamp, Plant cell and Stomatal conductance. His Electrofusion research includes elements of Electrorotation, Membrane, Biochemistry, Membrane potential and Electroporation.
Ulrich Zimmermann mainly focuses on Biophysics, Nanotechnology, Botany, Biocompatibility and Transplantation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Cell culture, Electrofusion and Osmotic shock in addition to Biophysics. His work carried out in the field of Electrofusion brings together such families of science as Trehalose, Biochemistry, Growth medium and Transfection.
His work in the fields of Botany, such as Xylem, Osmotic pressure and Turgor pressure, intersects with other areas such as Flow imaging. His study on Biocompatibility also encompasses disciplines like
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Electrical breakdown, electropermeabilization and electrofusion
Reviews of Physiology Biochemistry and Pharmacology (1986)
Significance of plasmalemma aquaporins for water-transport in Arabidopsis thaliana
Ralf Kaldenhoff;Karsten Grote;Jian-Jun Zhu;Ulrich Zimmermann.
Plant Journal (1998)
Biocompatibility of mannuronic acid-rich alginates.
Gerd Klöck;Anja Pfeffermann;Christoph Ryser;Patrik Gröhn.
Towards a medically approved technology for alginate-based microcapsules allowing long-term immunoisolated transplantation
H. Zimmermann;Dirk Zimmermann;R. Reuss;P.J. Feilen.
Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine (2005)
Alginate-based encapsulation of cells: past, present, and future.
Heiko Zimmermann;Stephen G. Shirley;Ulrich Zimmermann.
Current Diabetes Reports (2007)
Production of purified alginates suitable for use in immunoisolated transplantation.
Gerd Klöck;Hermann Frank;Roland Houben;Tobias Zekorn.
Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology (1994)
Production of mitogen-contamination free alginates with variable ratios of mannuronic acid to guluronic acid by free flow electrophoresis.
Ulrich Zimmermann;Gerd Klöck;Konrad Federlin;Kurt Hannig.
Water ascent in tall trees: does evolution of land plants rely on a highly metastable state?
Ulrich Zimmermann;Heike Schneider;Lars H. Wegner;Axel Haase.
New Phytologist (2004)
Long-Term Graft Function of Adult Rat and Human Islets Encapsulated in Novel Alginate-Based Microcapsules After Transplantation in Immunocompetent Diabetic Mice
Stephan Schneider;Peter J. Feilen;Frank Brunnenmeier;Timo Minnemann.
Comparative measurements of the xylem pressure of Nicotiana plants by means of the pressure bomb and pressure probe
Angelika Balling;Ulrich Zimmermann.
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