Daniel Midtvedt

Post doc at University of Gothenburg, Department of Physics

I joined the Biological Physics group in September 2015. Characterization of intracellular transport and diffuson is of fundamental importance to understand the ways by which cells respond to external stimuli and how they maintain viability in a changing environment. In my research, I use quantitative phase imaging and single particle tracking to study and quantify changes and fluctuations in the intracellular environment, and how these changes help the cells to adapt to their environment.

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Showing 18 publications

2019

Label-free spatio-temporal monitoring of cytosolic mass, osmolarity, and volume in living cells

Daniel Midtvedt, Erik Olsén, Fredrik Höök et al
Nature Communications. Vol. 10 (1)
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2018

Intracellular Mass Density Increase Is Accompanying but Not Sufficient for Stiffening and Growth Arrest of Yeast Cells

Shada Abuhattum, Kyoohyun Kim, Titus M. Franzmann et al
Frontiers in Physics. Vol. 6 (NOV)
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2018

Membrane Deformation Induces Clustering of Norovirus Bound to Glycosphingolipids in a Supported Cell-Membrane Mimic

Nagma Parveen, Inga Rimkute, Stephan Block et al
Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. Vol. 9 (9), p. 2278-2284
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2017

Multi-scale approach for strain-engineering of phosphorene

Daniel Midtvedt, C. H. Lewenkopf, Alexander Croy
Journal of Physics Condensed Matter. Vol. 29 (18), p. Article nr 185702 -
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2017

The Matrix protein M1 from influenza C virus induces tubular membrane invaginations in an in vitro cell membrane model

D. Saletti, J. Radzimanowski, G. Effantin et al
Scientific Reports. Vol. 7
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2016

Strain-displacement relations for strain engineering in single-layer 2d materials

Daniel Midtvedt, C. H. Lewenkopf, Alexander Croy
2D Materials. Vol. 3 (1)
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2016

Valence-force model and nanomechanics of single-layer phosphorene

Daniel Midtvedt, Alexander Croy
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. Vol. 18 (33), p. 23312-23319
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2016

A pH-driven transition of the cytoplasm from a fluid- to a solid-like state promotes entry into dormancy

Anna Taubenberger, Liliana Malikovska, Maik Herbig et al
eLife
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2014

Nonlinear phononics using atomically thin membranes

Daniel Midtvedt, Andreas Isacsson, Alexander Croy
Nature Communications. Vol. 5, p. Article No. 4838 -
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2014

Fermi-Pasta-Ulam Physics with Nanomechanical Graphene Resonators: Intrinsic Relaxation and Thermalization from Flexural Mode Coupling

Daniel Midtvedt, Alexander Croy, Andreas Isacsson et al
Physical Review Letters. Vol. 112 (14)
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2013

Frequency tuning, nonlinearities and mode coupling in circular mechanical graphene resonators

Martin Eriksson, Daniel Midtvedt, Alexander Croy et al
Nanotechnology. Vol. 24 (39), p. srt. no. 395702-
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2012

Nonlinear damping in graphene resonators

Alexander Croy, Daniel Midtvedt, Andreas Isacsson et al
Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. Vol. 86 (23), p. Article Number: 235435-
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2012

Elastic properties of suspended graphene

Daniel Midtvedt
Licentiate thesis
2012

Determination of the Bending Rigidity of Graphene via Electrostatic Actuation of Buckled Membranes

Niklas Lindahl, Daniel Midtvedt, Johannes Svensson et al
Nano Letters. Vol. 12 (7), p. 3526-3531
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2011

Parametric Resonance in Nanoelectromechanical Single Electron Transistors

Daniel Midtvedt, Yury Tarakanov, Jari Kinaret
Nano Letters. Vol. 11 (4), p. 1439-1442
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2011

Carbon Nanotube Field Effect Transistors with Suspended Graphene Gates

J. Svensson, N. Lindahl, H. Yun et al
Nano Letters. Vol. 11 (9), p. 3569-3575
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2009

Direct measurement of nitric oxide (NO) in the gastrointestinal tract of cod (Gadus morhua)

Daniel Midtvedt, Jon O. Lundberg, Tore Midtvedt
Microbial Ecology in Health and Disease. Vol. 21 (3-4), p. 175-177
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