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Theses 2000 - 2016

06/16 M. Sc. Ellen Broda
Development and application of flow experiments for quantitative studies on nanoparticle binding to biological surfaces

12/15 M. Sc. Leonhard Möckl
The Sweet Side of the Membrane: Sugars in Biophysics, Bacterial Adhesion, and siRNA Delivery

07/15 M. Sc. Adriano de Andrade Torrano
Quantitative live-cell imaging studies on the biological effects of nanoparticles at the cellular level

07/14 M. Sc. Veronika Weiß
Mesoporous silica nanoparticles as drug delivery platforms

07/13 M. Sc. Melari Davies
Single Molecule Microscopy - Investigations of Highly Oriented Mesoporous Silica Channels, Photophysics of New Fluorescent Rylene Derivatives and Synchronous Emission on Silver Nanowires

07/13 M. Sc. Frauke Mickler 
Live-cell imaging elucidates cellular interactions of gene nanocarriers for cancer therapy

10/12 M. Sc. Julia Blechinger 
Nanoparticles and human health - Development and application of an experimental strategy designed to characterize uptake kinetics, uptake pathways and cytotoxicity of SiO2 nanoparticles interacting with human cells using fluores-cence microscopy methods

05/12 M. Sc. Florian Feil 
Single molecule diffusion studies in nanoporous systems: From fundamental concepts to material science and nano-medicine

10/11 M. Sc. Anna Sauer 
Live-cell imagingof drug delivery bymesoporous silica nanoparticles

07/10 Dipl. Chem. Timo Lebold
Mesoporous silica nanostructures: A versatile platform in Drug-Delivery and Material Science

07/09 Dipl. Phys. Peter Schwaderer
Investigation of the strength of the PDMS Backbone under Tensile Stress and the Self-Assembly of Mesoporous Nanostructures

07/08 Dipl. Phys. Stephan Wörmke
Single Molecule Spectroscopy on Native and Reconstituted Peridinin-Chlorophyll-Protein Light-Harvesting Complexes

07/08 M.Sc. Karla de Bruin
Internalization and photoinduced endosomal release of polyplexes studied on a single cell level

10/07 Christophe Jung
Single Molecule Traffic in Mesoporous Materials and New Photostable Water-Soluble Terrylenediimide Derivatives

09/07 Dipl. Chem. Johanna Kirstein
Diffusion of single molecules in nanoporous mesostructured materials

04/07 Dipl. Chem. Ondrej Burkacky
CARS-Mikroskopie und Aufbau sowie Charakterisierung einer Apparatur zur dreidimensionalen Verfolgung von Einzelobjekten in Echtzeit

12/05 Dipl. Chem. Stephan Grimm
Theoretische Untersuchungen von p-Bindungssytemen im Restricted Open Shell Kohn-Sham-Modell

11/05 Dipl. Chem. Thomas Endreß
Single Virus Tracing: Untersuchungen zum Infektionsverhalten von Adeno-Assoziierten Viren (AAV-2) sowie von Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV-1) an und in lebenden Zellen

07/05 Dipl. Chem. Christel Nonnenberg
Moleküldynamische Untersuchungen von ultraschnellen Reaktionen

07/05 Dipl. Chem. Christian Hellriegel
Translational, Orientational and Spectral Dynamics of Individual Molecules in Nano-Structured Materials Studied with Single-Molecule-Spectroscopy

04/04 Dipl. Chem. Andrew Hards
The combined AFM manipulation and fluorescence imaging of single DNA molecules

03/04 Dipl. Phys. Thomas Hellerer
CARS-Mikroskopie: Entwicklung und Anwendung

07/03 Dipl. Chem. Peter Zehetmayer
Das Monomer des Lichtsammelkomplexes Phycoerythrocyanin: Optische Experimente am Ensemble, an einzelnen Molekülen und Modellierung des Energietransferverhalten

03/03 Dipl. Chem. David Müller
Herstellung photovernetzbarer,heterostrukturierter organischer Halbleiterbauteile aus Lösung

11/02 Dipl. Phys. Pamela Kolb
Untersuchung zum Antigen-Bindungsverhalten an einzelnen biologischen Nanoassemblies über den Energietransfer nach Förster

10/02 Dipl. Chem. Thomas Ruppert
Aufbau und Charakterisierung eines konfokalen Tieftemperaturmikroskops und Spektroskopie einzelner organischer Moleküle in mesoporösen Wirtsystemen

07/02 Dipl. Chem. Christian Seebacher
Einzelmolekülspektroskopie von organischen Farbstoffmolekülen in porösen Festkörpern und Tieftemperaturspektroskopie an dem grün fluoreszierenden Protein

06/01 Dipl. Chem. Gregor M.K. Jung
Zweifarben-Fluoreszenzspektroskopie am Grün fluoreszierenden Protein und seinen Mutanten

03/01 Dipl. Chem. Georg Seisenberger
Mikroskopische Untersuchungen zum Infektionsweg von Adeno-assoziierten Viren in lebenden HeLa-Zellen auf der Ebene einzelner Moleküle und Modelluntersuchungen zu FRET

12/00 Dipl. Chem. Markus Gross
Poly(4,4'-dimethoxybithiophen)-Filme als polymere Anoden mit variabler Austrittsarbeit

05/00 Dipl. Chem. Elmar Schmälzlin
Untersuchung der nichtlinear-optischen Eigenschaften neuartiger Molekülsysteme mit laserspektroskopischen Methoden

02/00 Dipl. Phys. Robert Baumann
Untersuchung der der molekularen Dynamik in eingeschlossenen Flüssigkeiten

02/00 Dipl. Phys. Stefan Mais
Spektroskopie und Mikroskopie einzelner Farbstoffmoleküle im Festkörper zwischen 1.4 Kelvin und Raumtemperatur

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Selected Papers

A photoswitchable trivalent cluster mannoside to probe the effect of ligand orientation in bacterial adhesion, ChemBioChem 20 (2019), 2373. more information... 

Bisacylphosphane oxides as photo-latent cytostatic agents and potential photo-latent anticancer drugs, Scientific Reports 9:6003 (2019). more information... 

Invasiveness of cells changes their interaction behaviour with the glycocalyx, Advanced Biosystems 2, (2018),1800083. more information... 

Dendrimer-Based Signal Amplification of Click-Labelled DNA in Situ, ChemBioChem 18, (2017), 1716. more information... 

Quantification of volume and lipid filling of intracellular vesicles carrying the ABCA3 transporter, BBA - Molecular Cell Research, 1864(12) (2017), 2330. more information... 

Spektromikroskopie für biologische Fragestellungen in der Physikalischen Chemie, p. 85, Beitrag im Buch “Unendliche Weiten: Kreuz und quer durchs Chemie-Universum”, Eds.: T.K. Lindhorst, H-J.Quadbeck-Seeger, Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker Wiley VCH Verlag GmbH (2017). more information... 

New insights into the intracellular distribution pattern of cationic amphiphilic drugs, Scientific Reports (2017), Article number 44277. more information... 

Azido pentoses: A New Tool to Efficiently Label Mycobacterium tuberculosis Clinical Isolates, ChemBioChem 18 (2017), 1172. more information... 

The Endothelial Glycocalyx Controls Interactions of Quantum Dots with the Endothelium and Their Translocation across the Blood−Tissue Border ACS Nano, 11(2), (2017), 1498. more information... 

The Glycocalyx Regulates the Uptake of Nanoparticles by Human Endothelial Cells In Vitro, Nanomedicine 12(3) (2017), 207.  more information... 

Salinomycin co-treatment enhances tamoxifen cytotoxicity in luminal A breast tumor cells by facilitating lysosomal degradation of receptor tyrosine kinases, Oncotarget 7(31) (2016), 50461. more information... 

En route from artificial to natural: Evaluation of inhibitors of mannose-specific adhesion of E. coli under flow , Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1860 (2016), 2031. more information... 

Cell Membrane Penetration and Mitochondrial Targeting by Platinum-Decorated Ceria Nanoparticles, Nanoscale 8 (2016), 13352. more information... 

Dendronized Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles Provide an Internal Endosomal Escape Mechanism for Successful Cytosolic Drug Release, Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 227 (2016), 242. more information... 

Genetically designed biomolecular capping system for mesoporous silica nanoparticles enables receptor-mediated cell uptake and controlled drug release, Nanoscale (2016), 8101. more information... 

Highly efficient siRNA delivery from core–shell mesoporous silica nanoparticles with multifunctional polymer caps, Nanoscale 8 (2016), 4007. more information... 

Artificial Formation and Tuning of Glycoprotein Networks on Live Cell Membranes: A Single-Molecule Tracking Study, ChemPhysChem 17(6) (2016), 829. more information... 

Switching first contact: photocontrol of E. coli adhesion to human cells, Chem. Comm. 52 (2016), 1254. more information...