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PhD defence J. Han

When:Fr 07-02-2020 11:00 - 12:00
Where:Academy Building

Bioconjugation of metal-based compounds for targeted biomedical applications: from drug delivery to mass spectrometry imaging.

This thesis described the synthesis, characterization, and application of bioconjugated metal-based compounds. The bioconjugated Pd-based metallocages are non-toxic to healthy tissue cells. Their well-defined structure makes them ideal tools for targeted delivery of anticancer drug cisplatin. The bioconjugated Ru-based compounds exhibit high photocleavable property which can be used as mass-tag for the targeted mass spectrometry imaging of tumor tissue.

Promotores: Prof.dr. P.L. Horvatovich and Prof.dr. R.P.H. Bischoff and Prof.dr. A. Casini

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