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Journal Article (7)

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    Journal Article
    Tabujew, I.; Willig, M.; Leber, N.; Freidel, C.; Negwer, I.; Koynov, K.; Helm, M.; Landfester, K.; Zentel, R.; Peneva, K. et al.; Mailänder, V.: Overcoming the barrier of CD8+ T cells: Two types of nano-sized carriers for siRNA transport. Acta Biomaterialia (2019)
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    Journal Article
    Tabujew, I.; Heidari, M.; Freidel, C.; Helm, M.; Tebbe, L.; Wolfrum, U.; Nagel-Wolfrum, K.; Koynov, K.; Biehl, P.; Schacher, F. H. et al.; Potestio, R.; Peneva, K.: Tackling the Limitations of Copolymeric Small Interfering RNA Delivery Agents by a Combined Experimental-Computational Approach. Biomacromolecules (2019)
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    Journal Article
    Lelle, M.; Freidel, C.; Kaloyanova, S.; Müllen, K.; Peneva, K.: Multivalency: Key Feature in Overcoming Drug Resistance with a Cleavable Cell-Penetrating Peptide-Doxorubicin Conjugate. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PEPTIDE RESEARCH AND THERAPEUTICS 24 (3), pp. 355 - 367 (2018)
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    Journal Article
    Lelle, M.; Freidel, C.; Kaloyanova, S.; Tabujew, I.; Schramm, A.; Musheev, M.; Niehrs, C.; Müllen, K.; Peneva, K.: Overcoming drug resistance by cell-penetrating peptide-mediated delivery of a doxorubicin dimer with high DNA-binding affinity. European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 130, pp. 336 - 345 (2017)
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    Journal Article
    Freidel, C.; Kaloyanova, S.; Peneva, K.: Chemical tags for site-specific fluorescent labeling of biomolecules. Amino Acids 48 (6), pp. 1357 - 1372 (2016)
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    Lelle, M.; Kaloyanova, S.; Freidel, C.; Theodoropoulou, M.; Musheev, M.; Niehrs, C.; Stalla, G.; Peneva, K.: Octreotide-Mediated Tumor-Targeted Drug Delivery via a Cleavable Doxorubicin Peptide Conjugate. Molecular Pharmaceutics 12 (12), pp. 4290 - 4300 (2015)
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    Tabujew, I.; Freidel, C.; Krieg, B.; Helm, M.; Koynov, K.; Müllen, K.; Peneva, K.: The Guanidinium Group as a Key Part of Water-Soluble Polymer Carriers for siRNA Complexation and Protection against Degradation. Macromolecular Rapid Communications 35 (13), pp. 1191 - 1197 (2014)

Thesis - PhD (1)

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    Thesis - PhD
    Freidel, C.: Design, synthesis and application of novel disulfide-intercalation agents for the site-selective modification of peptides and proteins. Dissertation, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz (2018)
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