Zarafshani, Z., T. Obata and J. F. Lutz: Smart PEGylation of Trypsin. In: Biomacromolecules 11, 8, 2130-2135 (2010).
Kessel, S., S. Schmidt, R. Müller, E. Wischerhoff, A. Laschewsky, J. F. Lutz, K. Uhlig, A. Lankenau, C. Duschl and A. Fery: Thermoresponsive PEG-Based Polymer Layers: Surface Characterization with AFM Force Measurements. In: Langmuir 26, 5, 3462-3467 (2010).
Uezguen, S., O. Akdemir, G. Hasenpusch, C. Mauksch, M. M. Golas, B. Sander, H. Stark, R. Imker, J. F. Lutz and C. Rudolph: Characterization of tailor-made copolymers of oligo(ethylene glycol) methyl ether methacrylate and N,N-dimethylaminoethyl methacrylate as nonviral gene transfer agents: Influence of macromolecular structure on gene vector particle properties and transfection efficiency.. In: Biomacromolecules 11, 1, 39-50 (2010).
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Tan, I., Z. Zarafshani, J. F. Lutz and M. M. Titirici: PEGylated Chromatography: Efficient Bioseparation on Silica Monoliths Grafted with Smart Biocompatible Polymers. In: ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 1, 9, 1869-1872 (2009).
Chanana, M., S. Jahn, R. Georgieva, J. F. Lutz, H. Bäumler and D. Y. Wang: Fabrication of Colloidal Stable, Thermosensitive, and Biocompatible Magnetite Nanoparticles and Study of Their Reversible Agglomeration in Aqueous Milieu. In: Chemistry of Materials 21, 9, 1906-1914 (2009).
Hentschel, J., K. Bleek, O. Ernst, J. F. Lutz and H. G. Börner: Easy access to bioactive peptide-polymer conjugates via RAFT. In: Macromolecules 41, 4, 1073-1075 (2008).
Lutz, J. F. and H. Schlaad: Modular chemical tools for advanced macromolecular engineering. In: Polymer 49, 4, 817-824 (2008).
Lutz, J. F. and H. G. Börner: Modern trends in polymer bioconjugates design. In: Progress in Polymer Science 33, 1, 1-39 (2008).
Wischerhoff, E., K. Uhlig, A. Lankenau, H. G. Börner, A. Laschewsky, C. Duschl and J. F. Lutz: Controlled cell adhesion on PEG-based switchable surfaces. In: Angewandte Chemie-International Edition 47, 30, 5666-5668 (2008).
Lutz, J. F., H. G. Börner and K. Weichenhan: 'Click' bioconjugation of a well-defined synthetic polymer and a protein transduction domain. In: Australian Journal of Chemistry 60, 6, 410-413 (2007).
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