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Synthetic receptors for viruses

Surface-imprinted hybrid materials for the selective detection of viruses

Dr. Mehmet Dinc, Prof. Dr. Boris Mizaikoff

Thanks to technological advances in polymer chemistry and nanotechnology, it is now possible to synthetically produce nanomaterials with a wide range of properties and functionalities. This has paved the way for producing bio-inspired structures and systems which, for example, possess binding properties that follow the molecular recognition principles of biological systems.

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Micelles as a reaction environment

Photoredox catalysis has developed into a powerful tool for the synthesis of organic compounds with diverse structures. However, the high stability of carbon-chloride bonds has long (…)

Colorful off-odors in artists’ paints

Acrylic-based paints are among the most frequently used by artists. Although they can be produced on a water basis and with low levels of volatile substances, they often still possess a (…)

Cell cultures in the third dimension

For chemicals and pharmaceutical products that are brought to the market, meaningful toxicological data needs to be ascertained. While, to the present day, animal experiments play a key (…)

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Dr. Mehmet Dinc

Mehmet Dinc, born in 1986, studied chemistry at Ulm University (Germany) and graduate (…)

Peter T. Rühr

Peter T. Rühr, born in 1988, studied biology with a focus on the head morphology of p (…)

Majlinda Xhaferaj

Majlinda Xhaferaj, born in 1992, completed her food chemistry studies in 2018 at the (…)

Mine Ozcelik

Mine Ozcelik, born in 1984, graduated with Bachelor’s and Master’s of Engineering deg (…)


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