Joachim Fritzsche

Forskare at Chalmers, Physics, Chemical Physics

Originating from Burgdorf, Germany, I obtained my diploma in Physics from Hanover University (2004) for my work on spin dephasing in two-dimensional semiconducting systems. In 2008, I received my PhD from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium), where I studied superconductor/ferromagnet-hybrids and their potential to locally control superconductivity with magnetic domains. I joined the Biophysics group at Gothenburg University (Sweden) in 2010, focusing on visual studies of genomic DNA at the single molecule level. At Chalmers (since 2012), I explore ways to implement nanoplasmonic sensing in nanofluidic systems.

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Showing 34 publications

2018

Fluorescence microscopy of nanochannel-confined DNA

Fredrik Westerlund, F. Persson, Joachim Fritzsche et al
Methods in Molecular Biology, p. 173-198
Book chapter
2018

Hairpins in the conformations of a confined polymer

E. Werner, A. Jain, A. Muralidhar et al
Biomicrofluidics. Vol. 12 (2)
Journal article
2017

Topographically Flat Nanoplasmonic Sensor Chips for Biosensing and Materials Science

Ferry Nugroho, Rickard Frost, Tomasz Antosiewicz et al
ACS Sensors. Vol. 2 (1), p. 119-127
Journal article
2017

A nano flow cytometer for single lipid vesicle analysis

R. Friedrich, Stephan Block, Mohammadreza Alizadehheidari et al
Lab on a Chip - Miniaturisation for Chemistry and Biology. Vol. 17 (5), p. 830-841
Journal article
2017

Flux penetration in a superconducting film partially capped with a conducting layer

J. Brisbois, V. N. Gladilin, J. Tempere et al
Physical Review B. Vol. 95 (9)
Journal article
2017

Single Particle Nanoplasmonic Sensing in Individual Nanofluidic Channels

David Albinsson, Joachim Fritzsche, Christoph Langhammer
The 8th International Conference on Surface Plasmon Photonics (SPP8)
Paper in proceedings
2016

Single Particle Nanoplasmonic Sensing in Individual Nanofluidic Channels

Joachim Fritzsche, David Albinsson, Michael Fritzsche et al
Nano Letters. Vol. 16 (12), p. 7857-7864
Journal article
2016

Rapid Tracing of Resistance Plasmids in a Nosocomial Outbreak Using Optical DNA Mapping

Vilhelm Müller, N. Karami, Lena Nyberg et al
ACS Infectious Diseases. Vol. 2 (5), p. 322-328
Journal article
2016

Visualizing the Nonhomogeneous Structure of RAD51 Filaments Using Nanofluidic Channels

Louise Fornander, Karolin Frykholm, Joachim Fritzsche et al
Langmuir. Vol. 32 (33), p. 8403-8412
Journal article
2016

New technologies for DNA analysis - a review of the READNA Project

S. McGinn, D. Bauer, T. Brefort et al
New Biotechnology. Vol. 33 (3), p. 311-330
Journal article
2016

Rapid identification of intact bacterial resistance plasmids via optical mapping of single DNA molecules

Lena Nyberg, Mahmood Saair Quaderi, Gustav Emilsson et al
Scientific Reports. Vol. 6
Journal article
2016

Direct identification of antibiotic resistance genes on single plasmid molecules using CRISPR/Cas9 in combination with optical DNA mapping.

Vilhelm Müller, Fredrika Rajer, Karolin Frykholm et al
Scientific Reports. Vol. 6, p. 37938-
Journal article
2015

Fast size-determination of intact bacterial plasmids using nanofluidic channels

Karolin Frykholm, Lena Nyberg, E. Lagerstedt et al
Lab on a Chip - Miniaturisation for Chemistry and Biology. Vol. 15 (13), p. 2739-2743
Journal article
2015

Using nanofluidic channels to probe dynamics of RAD51-Filaments

Louise Fornander, Mohammadreza Alizadehheidari, E. Werner et al
18th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences, MicroTAS 2014, p. 1826-1828
Paper in proceedings
2015

Unfolding of nanoconfined circular DNA

Mohammadreza Alizadehheidari, Erik Werner, C Noble et al
Biophysical Journal. Vol. 108 (2 Supplement 1), p. 231A-231A
Magazine article
2015

Nanoconfined Circular and Linear DNA: Equilibrium Conformations and Unfolding Kinetics

Mohammadreza Alizadehheidari, Erik Werner, C. Noble et al
Macromolecules. Vol. 48 (3), p. 871-878
Journal article
2015

Optical mapping of single DNA molecules in nanochannels: A novel method for identification and characterization of antibiotic resistance

Lena Nyberg, Gustav Emilsson, A. Nilsson et al
18th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences, MicroTAS 2014, p. 1045-1047
Paper in proceedings
2015

Extension of nanoconfined DNA: quantitative comparison between experiment and theory

Vitalii Iarko, Erik Werner, Lena Nyberg et al
Physical Review E. Vol. 92 (6), p. Art. Nr. 062701-
Journal article
2015

Visualizing the entire DNA from a chromosome in a single frame

Camilla Freitag, C. Noble, Joachim Fritzsche et al
Biomicrofluidics. Vol. 9 (4), p. 044114-
Journal article
2014

Competitive binding-based optical DNA mapping for fast identification of bacteria - multi-ligand transfer matrix theory and experimental applications on Escherichia coli

A. Nilsson, Gustav Emilsson, Lena Nyberg et al
Nucleic Acids Research. Vol. 42 (15), p. e118-
Journal article
2014

Using Nanofluidic Channels to Probe the Dynamics of Rad51-DNA Filaments

Louise Fornander, F. Persson, Joachim Fritzsche et al
Biophysical Journal. Vol. 106 (2), p. 692A-693A
Magazine article
2014

A Highly UV-transparent Fused Silica Biochip for Sensitive Hepatotoxicity Testing by Autofluorescence

M. Fritzsche, Joachim Fritzsche, J. O. Tegenfeldt et al
Biochip Journal. Vol. 8 (2), p. 115-121
Journal article
2014

Nanoconfined circular DNA

Mohammadreza Alizadehheidari, E. Werner, C. Noble et al
18th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences, MicroTAS 2014, p. 1353-1355
Paper in proceedings
2014

Nanoconfined Circular DNA

Mohammadreza Alizadehheidari, E. Werner, C. Noble et al
Biophysical Journal. Vol. 106 (2), p. 274A-274A
Magazine article
2014

Probing Physical Properties of a DNA- Protein Complex Using Nanofluidic Channels

Karolin Frykholm, Mohammadreza Alizadehheidari, Joachim Fritzsche et al
Small. Vol. 10 (5), p. 884-887
Journal article
2014

Classical analogy for the deflection of flux avalanches by a metallic layer

J. Brisbois, B. Vanderheyden, F. Colauto et al
New Journal of Physics. Vol. 16, p. Art. no. 103003-
Journal article
2014

What do photons do to fluorescently stained DNA in confinement?

J. P. Beech, Lena Nyberg, Joachim Fritzsche et al
17th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences, MicroTAS 2013; Freiburg; Germany; 27 October 2013 through 31 October 2013. Vol. 1, p. 5-7
Paper in proceedings
2014

Controllable morphology of flux avalanches in microstructured superconductors

M. Motta, F. Colauto, J. I. Vestgarden et al
Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. Vol. 89 (13)
Journal article
2014

Probing physical properties of DNA-protein complexes using nanofluidic channels

Karolin Frykholm, Mohammadreza Alizadehheidari, Louise Fornander et al
17th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences, MicroTAS 2013; Freiburg; Germany; 27 October 2013 through 31 October 2013. Vol. 2, p. 1311-1313
Paper in proceedings
2013

Enhanced pinning in superconducting thin films with graded pinning landscapes

M. Motta, F. Colauto, W. A. Ortiz et al
Applied Physics Letters. Vol. 102 (21)
Journal article
2013

Probing the Physical Properties of a DNA-Protein Complex Using Nanofluidic Channels

Mohammadreza Alizadehheidari, Karolin Frykholm, Joachim Fritzsche et al
European Biophysics Journal. Vol. 42, p. S134-S134
Magazine article
2013

Vortex ratchet induced by controlled edge roughness

D. Cerbu, V. N. Gladilin, J. Cuppens et al
New Journal of Physics. Vol. 15
Journal article
2012

Lipid-Based Passivation in Nanofluidics

Fredrik Persson, Joachim Fritzsche, K. U. Mir et al
Nano Letters. Vol. 12 (5), p. 2260-2265
Journal article
2012

A lipid-based passivation scheme for nanofluidics

Joachim Fritzsche, F. Persson, K. U. Mir et al
16th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences, MicroTAS 2012; Okinawa; Japan; 28 October 2012 through 1 November 2012, p. 1876-1878
Paper in proceedings

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