Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
Functionalization and biological application of nanodiamonds
- Wu, Y., Cao, S., Alam, M.N.A., Raabe, M., Michel-Souzy, S., Wang, Z., Wagner, M., Ermakova, A., Cornelissen, J.J.L.M., & Weil, T. (2021). Fluorescent Nanodiamonds Encapsulated by Cowpea Chlorotic Mottle Virus (CCMV) Proteins for Intracellular 3D-Trajectory Analysis. Journal of Materials Chemistry B.
- Wu, Y., Alam, M. N. A., Balasubramanian, P., Ermakova, A., Fischer, S., Barth, H., Wagner, M., Raabe, M., Jelezko, F., Weil, T., & Weil, T. (2021). Nanodiamond Theranostic for Light- Controlled Intracellular Heating and Nanoscale Temperature Sensing. Nano Letters, 21(9), 3780-3788.
- Wu, Y., Alam, M. N. A., Balasubramanian, P., Winterwerber, P., Ermakova, A., Müller, M., Wagner, M., Jelezko, F., Raabe, M., & Weil, T. (2021). Fluorescent Nanodiamond– Nanogels for Nanoscale Sensing and Photodynamic Applications. Advanced NanoBiomed Research, 1(7), 2000101.
Yingke Wu received Bachelor degree from Hebei University of Technology (Tianjin, China) in Polymer Materials and Engineering in 2014,and Master degree from Sichuan University (Sichuan, China) in Polymer Science and Engineering in 2017, the Master thesis research was on "Preparation and Characteristic of Biodegradable Waterborne Polyurethane Tissue Engineering Scaffolds". Since September 2017, He joined the Weil's group at the Max-Planck-Institute for Polymer Research (MPIP) in Mainz, Germany, and in July 2021, he obtained his doctoral degree due to his research work on" Surface Modification of Nanodiamonds for Bioapplication". Since August 2021, He works as postdoc researcher here.