- By wichlab on May 21, 2019Read more
The paper describes the preparation of folic acid-functionalized dextran nanoparticles for the targeted delivery of drugs with the aim to improve photodynamic therapy of cancer.
K. Butzbach, M. Konhäuser, D. N. Bamberger, B. Breitenbach, B. Epe and P. R. Wich, Polymers, 2019, 11, 896.
- By wichlab on February 20, 2019Read more
Great job! We all wish you the best for your future endeavours, rock on!
- By wichlab on January 9, 2019Read more
The paper describes the development of a double responsive polysaccharide-based material that effectively transports photoactive therapeutics into cells.
B. Breitenbach, E. Steiert, M. Konhäuser, L.-M.Vogt, Y. Wang, S. H. Parekh and P. R. Wich, Soft Matter, 2019, just accepted.
- By wichlab on October 12, 2018Read more
Great job Dr. Ira! Congratulations and all the best for your future endeavours!
- By wichlab on September 20, 2018Read more
The paper describes the stepwise development of a nanocapsule for vaccination approaches, comprising a shell consisting of antigen and loaded with a superadditive adjuvant combination.
D. Paßlick, K. Piradashvili, D. Bamberger, M. Li, S. Jiang, D. Strand, P. R. Wich, K. Landfester, S. Grabbe, M. Bros, V. Mailänder, J. Controlled Release. 2018, just accepted
- By wichlab on July 24, 2018Read more
He was selected as one of 20 participants of the Leibniz Young Polymer Scientist Forum, organized by DWI and Evonik Industries in Aachen (June 28 – 29, 2018)
Benjamin was part the winning team that received the Evonik Young Scientist Award. Their project “Deligel” describes a nutraceutical, which releases several supplements specifically. This system could be an option for people with swallowing difficulties.
- By wichlab on July 9, 2018Read more
We are looking for enthusiastic and dedicated new team members who enjoy science and are excited about new challenges.
Interested students in the field of chemistry, chemical engineering, biomedicinal chemistry, material science (and neighboring fields) who would like to join the WichLab as PhD students in Australia are welcome to send their applications via email, the contact form on our website or drop by…
- By wichlab on June 5, 2018Read more
The paper describes the double emulsion preparation of nanoparticles that carry enzymes with antibacterial activity. It is the first reported example where both payload and carrier material are protein-biopolymers.
E. Steiert, L. Radi, M. Fach, P. R. Wich, Macromol. Rapid Commun. 2018, 1800186
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