- By wichlab on November 23, 2017Read more
The award was given for the complete revision of the German textbook “Beyer/Walter: Organische Chemie”.
The literature prize was given to the three authors Tanja Schirmeister (JGU Mainz), Carsten Schmuck (University Duisburg-Essen, and Peter Wich (JGU Mainz) during the “200th Kuratorium-Sitzung” of the FCI, hosted this year at the Evonik headquarters in Essen.
- By wichlab on November 15, 2017Read more
The paper describes the surface modifications of sugar-based nanoparticles and the influence on immunostimmulatory effects. It is the first paper that shows that DEXylated particles can potentially be used for passive targeting of antigen presenting cells for future immunotherapeutic applications.
D. Bamberger, D. Hobernik, M. Konhäuser, M. Bros and P. R. Wich, Mol. Pharmaceutics 2017, ASAP.
- By wichlab on September 25, 2017Read more
The workshop of the GDCh “Fachgruppe Makromolekulare Chemie” offers young investigators from the are of polymer chemistry and related fields the opportunity to present their work and network with fellow colleagues.
- By wichlab on September 12, 2017Read more
#nosummersun #stillfunthough (more pictures after the click)
- By wichlab on August 2, 2017Read more
“Development of Novel Peptide-based Michael Acceptors Targeting Rhodesain and Falcipain-2 for the Treatment of Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs)”
S. Previti, R. Ettari, S. Cosconati, G. Amendola, K. Chouchene, A. Wagner, U. A. Hellmich, K. Ulrich, R. L. Krauth-Siegel, I. Schmid, P. R. Wich, T. Schirmeister, J. Gut, P. J. Rosenthal, S. Grasso, M. Zappalà,
J. Med. Chem. 2017, just accepted. (DOI: 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.7b00405)
- By wichlab on July 27, 2017Read more
The paper describes the synthesis of an acid-degradable micellar nanoparticle system. It is the first reported fully polysaccharide-based amphiphile that is degradable and forms nanoparticles.
B. Breitenbach, I. Schmid, P. R. Wich, Biomacromolecules 2017, ASAP.
- By wichlab on June 26, 2017Read more
The master study course “Biomedical Chemistry” represents a unique link between the traditional fields of chemistry, pharmacy, biology, and medicine. To ensure that the knowledge acquired during the studies can also be applied practically, students learn special techinques in practical laboratory courses and modules. For this, the “Fonds der Chemischen Industrie” (FCI) supports the purchase of an HPLC instrument with 14,000 Euros.
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