Seraphine Wegner Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Ackermannweg 10, Germany, Germany,
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Fei Chen
  • Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Ackermannweg 10, Germany, Germany,
  • 1 Author merit

Education

Master, National Center for Nanoscience and Technology, China, 2015

Current position

PhD, Chemistry, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Germany

Publications

  1. https://scholar.google.com.hk/citations?hl=de&view_op=list_works&gmla=AJsN-F5mqKu8GHDW-Dgj5mzCi-JGnIux8ns-k2l2QukswsL_-4P67DttnlIjt3ZuHvjKjJ1ZsVheZasSdvhBxaJgtWTlqpNRnesdSgeaQwWVxXnhD0p6ORA&user=e_NViRYAAAAJ
  2. https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Fei_Chen35/contributions
  3. Chen, F. and Wegner, S. V. (2017). Blue Light Switchable Bacterial Adhesion as a Key Step toward the Design of Biofilms. ACS Synth Biol 6(12): 2170-2174.
  4. You, J., Chen, Y., Mohamed Alsayeh, Z. M., Shen, X., Li, C., Zhao, P., Chen, F., Liu, Y. and Xu, C. (2017). Nanocrystals of a new camptothecin derivative WCN-21 enhance its solubility and efficacy. Oncotarget 8(18): 29808-29822.
  5. Chen, F., Zhao, Y., Pan, Y., Xue, X., Zhang, X., Kumar, A. and Liang, X. J. (2015). Synergistically Enhanced Therapeutic Effect of a Carrier-Free HCPT/DOX Nanodrug on Breast Cancer Cells through Improved Cellular Drug Accumulation. Mol Pharm 12(7): 2237-2244.
  6. Wang, Y. F., Che, J., Zheng, Y. C., Zhao, Y. Y., Chen, F., Jin, S. B., Gong, N. Q., Xu, J., Hu, Z. B. and Liang, X. J. (2015). Multi-stable fluorescent silica nanoparticles obtained from in situ doping with aggregation-induced emission molecules. J Mater Chem B 3(45): 8775-8781.
  7. Xue, X., Jin, S., Zhang, C., Yang, K., Huo, S., Chen, F., Zou, G. and Liang, X. J. (2015). Probe-inspired nano-prodrug with dual-color fluorogenic property reveals spatiotemporal drug release in living cells. ACS Nano 9(3): 2729-2739.
  8. Zhao, Y., Chen, F., Pan, Y., Li, Z., Xue, X., Okeke, C. I., Wang, Y., Li, C., Peng, L., Wang, P. C., Ma, X. and Liang, X. J. (2015). Nanodrug Formed by Coassembly of Dual Anticancer Drugs to Inhibit Cancer Cell Drug Resistance. ACS Appl Mater Interfaces 7(34): 19295-19305.
  9. Xu, X., Zhao, Y., Xue, X., Huo, S., Chen, F., Zou, G. and Liang, X. J. (2014). Seedless synthesis of high aspect ratio gold nanorods with high yield. J Mater Chem A 2(10): 3528-3535.
  10. Zhang, X., Zhao, Y., Xu, Y., Pan, Y., Chen, F., Kumar, A., Zou, G. and Liang, X. J. (2014). In situ self-assembly of peptides in glucan particles for macrophage-targeted oral delivery. J Mater Chem B 2(35): 5882-5890.
  11. Kumar, A., Chen, F., Mozhi, A., Zhang, X., Zhao, Y., Xue, X., Hao, Y., Zhang, X., Wang, P. C. and Liang, X. J. (2013). Innovative pharmaceutical development based on unique properties of nanoscale delivery formulation. Nanoscale 5(18): 8307-8325.
  12. Zhao, Y., Zhang, X., Xue, X., Li, Z., Chen, F., Li, S., Kumar, A., Zou, G. and Liang, X. J. (2013). High throughput detection of human neutrophil peptides from serum, saliva, and tear by anthrax lethal factor-modified nanoparticles. ACS Appl Mater Interfaces 5(17): 8267-8272.
1 Protocol published
Implementation of Blue Light Switchable Bacterial Adhesion for Design of Biofilms
Authors:  Fei Chen and Seraphine V. Wegner, date: 06/20/2018, view: 1252, Q&A: 0
Control of bacterial adhesions to a substrate with high precision in space and time is important to form a well-defined biofilm. Here, we present a method to engineer bacteria such that they adhere specifically to substrates under blue light through ...
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