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  • We are currently looking for talented colleagues to join our team at the front-line of research. If you are an experienced researcher with interests at the frontier between Chemistry, Biology […]

    Post Doc position available

    We are currently looking for talented colleagues to join our team at the front-line of research. If you are an experienced researcher with interests at the frontier between Chemistry, Biology […]

  • “Dimerization of the Peptide CXCR4-Antagonist on Macromolecular and Supramolecular Protraction Arms Affords Increased Potency and Enhanced Plasma Stability“ https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.bioconjchem.2c00034 Peptides are prime drug candidates due to their high specificity of […]

    New puplication in Bioconjugate Chemistry!

    “Dimerization of the Peptide CXCR4-Antagonist on Macromolecular and Supramolecular Protraction Arms Affords Increased Potency and Enhanced Plasma Stability“ https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.bioconjchem.2c00034 Peptides are prime drug candidates due to their high specificity of […]

  • Check out two of our most recent results in artificial signaling systems Transmembrane signalling by a bionic receptor: biological input and output, chemical mechanism of signal transduction https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.07.25.453684v1 Green self-immolative […]

    Latest from our team now in preprint!

    Check out two of our most recent results in artificial signaling systems Transmembrane signalling by a bionic receptor: biological input and output, chemical mechanism of signal transduction https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.07.25.453684v1 Green self-immolative […]

  • Our work “Ceria Nanozyme and Phosphate Prodrugs: Drug Synthesis through Enzyme Mimicry” has been published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. Nanozymes can mimic the activities of diverse enzymes, and […]

    New Publication in ACS

    Our work “Ceria Nanozyme and Phosphate Prodrugs: Drug Synthesis through Enzyme Mimicry” has been published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. Nanozymes can mimic the activities of diverse enzymes, and […]

  • Our novel work in protein modification “Per-glycosylation of the Surface-Accessible Lysines: One-Pot Aqueous Route to Stabilized Proteins with Native Activity” has been published in ChemBioChem. Chemical glycosylation of proteins is […]

    New Publication in ChemBioChem

    Our novel work in protein modification “Per-glycosylation of the Surface-Accessible Lysines: One-Pot Aqueous Route to Stabilized Proteins with Native Activity” has been published in ChemBioChem. Chemical glycosylation of proteins is […]

  • Our work “Synthetic Artificial Apoptosis-Inducing Receptor for On-Demand Deactivation of Engineered Cells” has been published in Advanced Science The design of a fully synthetic, chemical “apoptosis-inducing receptor” (AIR) molecule is […]

    New Publication in Advanced Science

    Our work “Synthetic Artificial Apoptosis-Inducing Receptor for On-Demand Deactivation of Engineered Cells” has been published in Advanced Science The design of a fully synthetic, chemical “apoptosis-inducing receptor” (AIR) molecule is […]

  • Our review “Synthetic chemical ligands and cognate antibodies for biorthogonal drug targeting and cell engineering” has been published in Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews A vast range of biomedical applications relies […]

    New Publication in ADDR

    Our review “Synthetic chemical ligands and cognate antibodies for biorthogonal drug targeting and cell engineering” has been published in Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews A vast range of biomedical applications relies […]

  • Our work in “Chemical (neo)glycosylation of biological drugs” has been published in Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews. Biological drugs, specifically proteins and peptides, are a privileged class of medicinal agents and […]

    New publication in ADDR

    Our work in “Chemical (neo)glycosylation of biological drugs” has been published in Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews. Biological drugs, specifically proteins and peptides, are a privileged class of medicinal agents and […]

  • Our work “Nanozymes and Glucuronides: Glucuronidase, Esterase, and/or Transferase Activity” giving mechanistic insights on the degradation of glucuronides by nanozymes has been published in Small. Nanozymes are fundamentally interesting catalysts […]

    New publication in Small

    Our work “Nanozymes and Glucuronides: Glucuronidase, Esterase, and/or Transferase Activity” giving mechanistic insights on the degradation of glucuronides by nanozymes has been published in Small. Nanozymes are fundamentally interesting catalysts […]