Influence of metal salts on the hydrogelation properties of ultrashort aliphatic peptides

Authors: A. Mishra, K.-H. Chan, M.R. Reithofer, And C.A.E. Hauser
Self-assembling peptide Hofmeister series Spectroscopy Stability scaffolds Coordination Biomaterials

​Tunable mechanical properties of ultrasmall peptide hydrogels by crosslinking and functionalization to achieve the 3D distribution of cells

Authors: W.Y. Seow, And C.A.E. Hauser
Ultrasmall peptides Hydrogel Disulfide bonds 3D environment Crosslinking

​A convenient and minimally-invasive method to study gel formation by surface tension measurements

Year:2013 ISSN:2304-1099
Authors: W.Y. Seow, And C.A.E. Hauser
Hydrogel Gelation Kinetics Surface Tension Gel Formation

​Oxidation as a facile strategy to reduce the surface charge and toxicity of polyethyleneimine gene carriers

Authors: W.Y. Seow, K. Liang, M. Kurisawa, And C.A.E. Hauser
Poly(ethylenimine) Degradation Efficiency Peptides Vector Cells

Aliphatic peptides show similar self-assembly to amyloid core sequences, challenging the importance of aromatic interactions in amyloidosis

Authors: A. Lakshmanan, D.W. Cheong, A. Accardo, E. Di Fabrizio, C. Riekel, And C.A.E. Hauser
Fibril formation Structural-characterization Polypeptide iapp Building-blocks X-ray Nanostructures Transthyretin Oligomers Proteins

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