Our lab has series of molecular hydrogels of peptides for 3D/2D cell culture. They can also be used for drug/protein delivery. Anyone who is interested, pleased contact professor Yang. By the way, all are free!
Congratulations to Jie Zhan, her paper entitled “Spatiotemporal Control of Supramolecular Self-Assembly and Function”has been accepted by the journal ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces.
Congratulations to Yanbin, his first-authored paper entitled "Supramolecular ‘Trojan Horse’ for Nuclear Delivery of Dual Anticancer Drugs" has been accepted by the JACS.
Congratulations to Jie Zhan, her paper entitled "Supramolecular Silk from a Peptide Hydrogel" has been published in Materials Chemistry Frontiers.
Congratulations to Yongquan and Guojuan, their co-first authored paper entitled "Gd(III)-induced Supramolecular Hydrogelation with Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Performance for Enzyme Detection" has been accepted by Scientific Reports.
Congratulations to Huaimin, his first authored paper entitled 'Integrating Enzymatic Self-Assembly and Mitochondria Targeting for Selectively Killing Cancer Cells without Acquired Drug Resistance' has been accepted by JACS.
Congratulations to Zichao, Qinjie Wu, and Chengbiao, their co-first authored paper entitled 'A powerful CD8+ T-cell stimulating D-tetra-peptide hydrogel as a very promising vaccine adjuvant' has been accepted by Adv. Mater.
Congratulations to Tengyan Xu, his paper entitled 'Surface-induced hydrogelation for fluorescence and naked-eye detections of enzyme activity in blood' has been published on by Analytical Chemistry.
Congratulations to Xinrui Ren, her paper entitled ' Controlling the Width of Nanosheets by Peptide Length in Peptoid-peptide Biohybrid Hydrogels' has been published on RSC advanced .
Congratulations to Xiaoli Zhang, her paper entitled 'Supramolecular Nanofibers of Self-assembling Peptides and DDP to Inhibit Cancer Cell Growth' has been published on RSC advanced.
April 28th,Congratulations to Chengbiao Yang, his paper entitled 'Enzymatic induction of supramolecular order and bioactivity' has been accepted by Nanoscale.
Congratulations to Huaimin and Zichao, their collaborative paper entitled 'Enzyme-catalyzed Formation of Supramolecular Hydrogels as Promising Vaccine Adjuvants' has been accepted by Adv. Funct. Mater.
December 14th, Congratulations to our collaborator, Prof. Jiang and Prof. Shao, Dr. Ye Liu and Dr. Huaimin Wang, our collaborative paper entitled 'In-situ formation of peptidic nanofibers can fundamentally optimize the quality of immune responses against HIV vaccine' has been accepted by Nanoscale Horiz.
Congratulations to Yanbin Cai, his paper entitled "Optimized Ratiometric Fluorescent Probes by Peptide Self-Assembly" has been accepted for publication by Anal. Chem.
October 16th, Congratulations to Huaimin Wang! His paper entitled "Biocompatible fluorescent supramolecular nanofibrous hydrogel for long-term cell tracking and tumor imaging applications "has been accepted for publication in Scientific Reports .
August 29th, Congratulations to Xiaoli Zhang! Her paper entitled ''Rational Design of a Photo-responsive UVR8-derived Protein and a Self-assembling Peptide-Protein Conjugate for Responsive Hydrogel Formation''has been accepted for publication in Nanoscale.
August 18th, Congratulations to Yang Shi! His paper entitled ''Multi-Responsive Supramolecular Hydrogels for Drug Delivery''has been accepted for publication in Chem. Commun.
August 3rd，Congratulations to Huaimin Wang and Youzhi Wang! Their paper entitled ''Supramolecular nanofibers of self-assembling peptides and proteins for protein delivery''has been accepted for publication in Chem. Commun.
Feb 12th, Congratulations to Chunhua! Her paper entitled "When Molecular Probes Meet Self-Assembly: An Enhanced Quenching Effect " has been accepted for publication in Angew. Chem. Int. Ed .
Sep 17th, Congratulations to Yang Shi! Two of his papers which entitled " Glutathione-Triggered Formation of a Fmoc-Protected Short Peptide-Based Supramolecular Hydrogel " and "Self-assembling Choline Mimicks with Enhanced Binding Affinities to CLytA" have been accepted for publication in plos one and scientific report, respectively .
Sep 15th, Congratulations to Jian Wu! His paper entitled "Visualized detection of melamine in milk by supramolecular hydrogelations " has been accepted for publication in Chem. Commun .
Sep 2th, Congratulations to Chunhua! Her paper entitled "Gemcitabine induced supramolecular hydrogelations of aldehyde-containing short peptides" has been accepted for publication in RSC Adv .
Congratulations to Chunhua and Jianwu! Their paper entitled "Self-assembling small molecules for the detection of important analytes" has been accepted for publication in Chem. Soc. Rev.
June 6th, Our paper entitled "Cellular Membrane Enrichment of Self-assembling D-Peptides for Cell Surface Engineering" has been accepted by ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces., Congratulations to Huaimin and his collaborator.
May 30th, Congratulations to Chengbiao, his paper entitled 'The first supramolecular hydrogelator of curcumin' has been accepted by Chem Comm.
May 20th, Congratulations to Xiaoli, her paper entitled 'Rational Design of Multifunctional Hetero Hexameric Proteins for Hydrogel Formation and Controlled Delivery of Bioactive Molecules' has been accepted by Adv. Healthcare Mater.
February 25th, Congratulations to our collaborator, Prof. Jiang and Prof. Shao, Dr. Yue Tian and Mr. Huaimin Wang, our collaborative paper entitled 'A peptide-based nanofibrous hydrogel as a promising DNA nanovector for optimizing the efficacy of HIV vaccine' has been accepted by Nano Lett.
February 12th, Congratulations to Chunhua Ren, her paper entitled 'Interfacial Self-assembly Leads to Formation of Fluorescent Nanoparticles for Simultaneous Bacterial Detection and Inhibition' has been accepted by Chem Comm.
February, Congratulations to Yanbin, his paper entitled 'Environment-Sensitive Fluorescent Supramolecular Nanofibers for Imaging Applications' has been accepted by Anal. Chem.
January 15th, Congratulations to Huaimin Wang and Jie Liu, their paper entitled 'Self-Assembly-Induced Far-Red/Near-Infrared Fluorescence Light-up for Detecting and Visualizing Specific Protein-Peptide Interactions' has been accepted for publication in ACS NANO.