Christine Seidl

Christine Seidl

About

Christine Seidl is studying biomedical chemistry at the JGU and currently works on her master thesis. Her thesis addresses the synthesis and characterization of tailored and precisely controllable polypept(o)ide based cylindrical brush polymers. Hereby the development of a carrier and targeting system for multifunctional vaccines is pursuit through the synthesis of various brush designs, functionalization via click chemistry and immunoconjugation.

Contact

Institut für Organische Chemie
Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
Duesbergweg 10-14
55128 Mainz  

+49 6131 39 25468

Research topic

Cylindrical Brush Polymers for Vaccination

publications

Polysarcosine-Based Lipids: From Lipopolypeptoid Micelles to Stealth-Like Lipids in Langmuir Blodgett Monolayers

Benjamin Weber, Christine Seidl, David Schwiertz, Martin Scherer, Stefan Bleher, Regine Süss, Matthias Barz

Polymers 20168, 427-440. DOI: 10.3390/polym8120427