New MPGC speakers

New MPGC speakers

May 19, 2022

Prof. Dr. Tanja Weil and Prof. Dr. Mischa Bonn new joint MPGC speakers more

Designing bioresponsive nanomaterials for intracellular self-assembly

Imitating nature's supramolecular assemblies inside cells is a challenging task that could help advance nanomedicine and synthetic biology. This review highlights recent advances in the design of synthetic materials for intracellular self-assembly. more

Squaric Ester-Based Nanogels: Nanocarriers for Immune Modulation

In this paper Nuhn et al. report on a novel nanocarrier platform based on polymerizable squaric ester amides for a hydrolysis-resistant post-polymerization modification of pH-degradable, immunodrug-loaded nanogels. more

<h1 id="screen-reader-main-title" class="Head u-font-serif u-h2 u-margin-s-ver"><span class="title-text">PspA adopts an ESCRT-III-like fold and remodels bacterial membranes</span></h1>

Membranproteine von Bakterien und Menschen zeigen überraschende Gemeinsamkeiten more

Filling the gap in the Metallacrown Family:

The 9‐MC‐3 Chromium Metallacrown more

New MPGC Speaker

New MPGC Speaker

November 25, 2020

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Pöschl elected as new MPGC spokesperson more

Protective Shield

Protective Shield

October 26, 2020

A membrane-attached protein protects bacteria and chloroplasts from stress more

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