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Christiane Seidler
PhD Student
 
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PhD Student

Christiane Seidler

Christiane Seidler studied chemistry at Ulm University and graduated in December 2013 with a Master's degree. During her Master's studies, she participated in an Erasmus program and worked at TU Delft (Netherlands) in Prof. Dr. Ulf Hanefeld's group. After her Master Thesis in Prof. Dr. Tanja Weil's group at Ulm University, she joined the group 2014 for her PhD. In June 2016, Christiane moved together with the Weil group from Ulm University to the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research in Mainz. Her work focuses on combination of synthetic organic chemistry with protein/peptide modifications to create newly designed biohybrid materials.

 
 

PhD Research

pH-Responsive Boronic Acid Chemistry for Hybrid Biomaterials derived from Native Proteins

 

Publications

C. Seidler, M. M. Zegota, M. Raabe, S. L. Kuan, D. Y. W. Ng, T. Weil, Chemistry - An Asian Journal (Special issue on chemical tools and materials for biological/medicinal applications), 2018, just accepted: Dynamic Core-Shell Bioconjugates for Targeted Protein Delivery and Release.

M. M. Zegota, T. Wang, C. Seidler, D. Y. W. Ng, S. L. Kuan, T. Weil, Bioconjugate Chemistry, 2018, just accepted: "Tag and Modify" Protein Conjugation with Dynamic Covalent Chemistry.

C. Seidler, D. Y. W. Ng, T. Weil, Tetrahedron (Special issue in honor of Professor Ben L. Feringa), 2017, 73 (33), 4979-4987: Native Protein Hydrogels by Dynamic Boronic Acid Chemistry.

C. Seidler, D. Y. W. Ng, Y. Wu, T. Weil, Supramolecular Chemistry 2016, 28 (9-10), 742-746: pH-Responsive Supramolecular Core-Shell Protein Hybrids.

M. Arzt, C. Seidler, D. Y. W. Ng, Y. Wu, T. Weil, Chemistry - An Asian Journal 2014, 9 (8), 1994-2003: Reversible Click Reactions with Boronic Acids to Build Supramolecular Architectures in Water.

V. Resch, C. Seidler, B. Chen, I. Degeling, U. Hanefeld, European Journal of Organic Chemistry 2013, 2013 (34), 7697-7704: On the Michael Addition of Water to alpha,beta-Unsaturated Ketones Using Amino Acids.

 
 

Contact

Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research

Ackermannweg 10

D-55128 Mainz, Germany

Phone: (+49) 6131-379-154 (office room 2.508)

Email: seidler[at]mpip-mainz.mpg.de

 
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