​Self-assembling peptides as cell-interactive scaffolds

Authors: E.C. Wu, S. Zhang, And C.A.E. Hauser
Self-assembly Peptides Scaffold Tissue engineering

Short self-assembling peptides as building blocks for modern nanodevices

Authors: A. Lakshmanan, S. Zhang, C.A.E. Hauser
Ionic-complementary peptide Nanoparticle superstructures Nanotechnological applications Diphenylalanine nanotubes Amphiphile nanofibers Modified electrodes Manipulation

​From short peptides to nanofibers to macromolecular assemblies in biomedicine

Authors: Y. Loo, S. Zhang, And C.A.E. Hauser
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

Authors: K. Oglęcka, F. Zhuang, And C.A.E. Hauser
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

Authors: A. Lakshmanan, And C.A.E. Hauser
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

Authors: N. Wiradharma, M. Khan, L.-K. Yong, C.A.E. Hauser, S.V. Seow, S. Zhang, Y.-Y. Yang
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

Authors: A. Mishra, Y. Loo, R. Deng, Y.J. Chuah, H.T. Hee, J.Y. Ying, And C.A.E. Hauser
Ultrasmall peptides Self-assembly Hydrogels Tissue engineering

Synthetic cationic amphiphilic α-helical peptides as antimicrobial agents

Authors: N. Wiradharma, U. Khoe, C.A.E. Hauser, S.V. Seow, S. Zhang, And Y.Y. Yang
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

Authors: C.A.E. Hauser, R. Deng, A. Mishra, Y. Loo, U. Khoe, F. Zhuang, D.W. Cheong, A. Accardo, M.B. Sullivan, C. Riekel, J.Y. Ying, And U. Hauser
Self-assembly mechanism Ultrasmall peptides Supramolecular peptide scaffolds Fiber diffraction Molecular dynamics simulation

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