Christine Seidl

Christine Seidl


Christine Seidl studied Biomedical Chemistry at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and graduated in 2018 (M.Sc.). During her master thesis, her research focused on the synthesis and characterization of polypept(o)ide based-cylindrical polymer brushes as trifunctional vaccines for cancer immunotherapy. Her current doctoral study is focused on the synthesis and characterization of tailored polypept(o)ide-based cylindrical polymer brushes as multifunctional drug delivery platform, which is pursued by the synthesis of various brush designs/morphologies, functionalization via in vivo click chemistry and immunoconjugation.


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

+49 6131 39 25468


Research topic

Polypept(o)ide-based Cylindrical Polymer Brushes as Multifunctional Drug Delivery Platform


Trans-Cyclooctene-Functionalized PeptoBrushes with Improved Reaction Kinetics of the Tetrazine Ligation for Pretargeted Nuclear Imaging

E. Johanna L. Stéen, Jesper T. Jørgensen, Kerstin Johann, Kamilla Nørregaard, Barbara Sohr, Dennis Svatunek, Alexander Birke, Vladimir Shalgunov, Patricia E. Edem, Raffaella Rossin, Christine Seidl, Friederike Schmid, Marc S. Robillard, Jesper L. Kristensen, Hannes Mikula, Matthias Barz, Andreas Kjær, Matthias M. Herth

ACS Nano 2020, 14, 1, 568-584


Investigation of α-amino acid N-carboxyanhydrides by X-ray diffraction for controlled ring-opening polymerization

Olga Schäfer, Dieter Schollmeyer, Alexander Birke, Regina Holm, Kerstin Johann, Christian Muhl, Christine Seidl, Benjamin Weber, Matthias Barz

Tetrahedron Letters 201960, 272–275, DOI:

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