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  • ​Self-assembling peptides as cell-interactive scaffolds
    E.C. Wu, S. Zhang, and C.A.E. Hauser
    Advanced Functional Materials, 22[3] (2011) 456-468
Keywords:
Self-assembly, Peptides, Scaffold, Tissue engineering
  • Short self-assembling peptides as building blocks for modern nanodevices
    A. Lakshmanan, S. Zhang, C.A.E. Hauser
    Trends in Biotechnology, 30[3] (2011) 155-165
Keywords:
Ionic-complementary peptide, Nanoparticle superstructures, Nanotechnological applications, Diphenylalanine nanotubes, Amphiphile nanofibers, Modified electrodes, Manipulation
  • ​From short peptides to nanofibers to macromolecular assemblies in biomedicine
    Y. Loo, S. Zhang and C.A.E. Hauser
    Biotechnology Advances, 30[3] (2011) 593-603
Keywords:
Hydrogels, Self-assembling peptide motifs, Fibril formation, Supramolecular architecture, Regenerative medicine
  • ​Self-Assembling peptide surfactants A6K and A6D Adopt α-helical structures useful for membrane protein stabilization
    K. Oglęcka, F. Zhuang, and C.A.E. Hauser
    Membranes, 1 (2011) 314-326
Keywords:
Fiber diffraction, Molecular dynamics simulation, Self-assembly mechanism, Supramolecular peptide scaffolds, Ultrasmall peptides
  • ​Ultrasmall peptides self-assemble into diverse nanostructures: morphological evaluation and potential implications
    A. Lakshmanan and C.A.E. Hauser
    International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 12 (2011) 5736-5746
Keywords:
Ultrasmall peptides, Self-assembly, Bioengineering, Nanotechnology, Supramolecular structures, Origin of life
  • ​The effect of thiol functional group incorporation into cationic helical peptides on antimicrobial activities and spectra
    N. Wiradharma, M. Khan, L.-K. Yong, C.A.E. Hauser, S.V. Seow, S. Zhang, Y.-Y. Yang
    Biomaterials, 32 (2011) 9100-9108
Keywords:
Antimicrobial peptides (AMP), alpha-Helix, Thiol and sulfhydryl, Membrane lysis, Hemolysis, Drug resistance
  • ​Ultrasmall natural peptides self-assemble to strong temperature-resistant helical fibers in scaffolds suitable for tissue engineering
    A. Mishra, Y. Loo, R. Deng, Y.J. Chuah, H.T. Hee, J.Y. Ying and C.A.E. Hauser
    NanoToday, 6 (2011) 232-239
Keywords:
Ultrasmall peptides, Self-assembly, Hydrogels, Tissue engineering
  • Synthetic cationic amphiphilic α-helical peptides as antimicrobial agents
    N. Wiradharma, U. Khoe, C.A.E. Hauser, S.V. Seow, S. Zhang, and Y.Y. Yang
    Biomaterials, 32 (2011) 2204-2212
Keywords:
α-Helix, Antimicrobial peptides (AMP), Hemolysis, Membrane lysis, Minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC)
  • Natural tri- to hexapeptides self-assemble in water to amyloid β-type fiber aggregates by unexpected α-helical intermediate structures
    C.A.E. Hauser, R. Deng, A. Mishra, Y. Loo, (...), A. Accardo, M.B. Sullivan, C. Riekel, J.Y. Ying, and U. Hauser
    PNAS, 108 (2011) 1361–1366
Keywords:
Self-assembly mechanism, Ultrasmall peptides, Supramolecular peptide scaffolds, Fiber diffraction, Molecular dynamics simulation