SFB 1032: Nanoagents for Spatiotemporal Control of Molecular and Cellular Reactions

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ProjectStatusResearchProject leaders
Area A Spatio-temporal control in nanoscale reaction networks  
A01 E Enzyme networks by design Prof. Dr. H. E. Gaub, LMU, Physics
A02 C Sensing and control with nucleic acid hybrid nanoactuators Prof. Dr. Friedrich Simmel, TUM, Physics
A03 C Programmable pattern formation in systems of communicating subunits Prof. Dr. Ulrich Gerland, TUM, Physics
A04 C Mechanical breeding of DNA/RNA sequences Prof. Dr. Dieter Braun, LMU, Physics
A05 C Nano-agents for the manipulation of innate immunity Prof. Dr. Thomas Carell, LMU, Chemistry
A06 C DNA assemblies for structural analysis and plasmon-enhanced SERS Dr. Amelie Heuer-Jungemann, LMU, Physics
Prof. Dr. Tim Liedl
, LMU, Physics
A07 C DNA scaffolds, rafts and switchable supported lipid membranes studied by x-rays PD Dr. Bert Nickel, LMU, Physics
Prof. Dr. Joachim Rädler, LMU, Physics
A08 C Spatio-temporal control of light-driven plasmonic and photoswitchable nanoagents PD Dr. Theobald Lohmüller, LMU, Physics
A09 C Spatio-temporal positioning of nanoagents by protein self-organization Prof. Dr. Petra Schwille, MPI of Biochemistry
A10 C Control of organoid structure formation by the mechanical plasticity of collagen networks Prof. Dr. Andreas Bausch, TUM, Physics
A11 C Nanoimaging of DNA nanoagents interacting with cells Prof. Dr. Ralf Jungmann, LMU, Physics
A12 N RNA aptamers as sensors for the miR200-family of micro RNAs Dr. Sabine Schneider, LMU, Chemistry
A13 N Membrane Sensors by DNA Nanotech Prof. Dr. Philip Tinnefeld, LMU, Chemistry
Area B Nanosystems controlling cellular dynamics  
B01 C Surface designs for the control of cell migration Prof. Dr. Joachim Rädler, LMU, Physics
Prof. Dr. Claudia Veigel, LMU, Medicine
B02 C Formation of Pattern and Shape in Confined Cellular Systems Prof. Dr. Erwin Frey, LMU, Physics
B03 C Combining advanced fluorescence methods and nanoagents Prof. Dr. Don C. Lamb, LMU, Chemistry
B04 C Nucleic acid nanoagents utilizing the intracellular microRNA-200c machinery for switching functions in breast cancer cells Prof. Dr. Ernst Wagner, LMU, Pharmacy
B05 E Switchable mesoporous nanoconstructs for controlling cell functions in space and time Prof. Dr. Thomas Bein, LMU, Chemistry
B07 E Nanoagents in 3-dimensional biopolymer hydrogels Prof. Dr. Oliver Lieleg, TUM, Mechanical Engineering
B08 C Controlling cellular function by structured environments: Artificial angiogenesis Prof. Dr. Stefan Zahler, LMU, Chemistry
B09 C Spatio-temporal control over cell and membrane functions with light-driven nanoagents Dr. Oliver Thorn-Seshold, LMU, Pharmacy
preceded by:
Prof. Dr. Dirk Trauner, LMU, Chemistry
B10 E Spatio-temporal control of immune cell trafficking by multifunctional nanoconstructs in vivo Prof. Dr. Fritz Krombach, LMU, Medicine
PD Dr. Markus Rehberg, LMU, Medicine
B11 C Nanoagents for controlled manipulation of cell-ECM interaction Dr. Hanna Engelke, LMU, Chemistry
B12 C Physical principles of cell migration in confining and structured environments Prof. Dr. Chase Broedersz, LMU, Physics

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