Participation in “Cells in Motion”
- Cells in Motion Professor of Coordination Chemistry and Molecular Imaging
Prof Cristian A. Strassert is fascinated by the interaction between light and matter. Among other things, he is developing strategies designed to fight diseases with the aid of light.
Papers in the research focus “cell dynamics and imaging”
Delcanale P, Galstyan A, Daniliuc CG, Grecco HE, Abbruzzetti S, Faust A, Viappiani C, Strassert CA. Oxygen-Insensitive Aggregates of Pt(II) Complexes as Phosphorescent Labels of Proteins with Luminescence Lifetime-Based Readouts. ACS Appl Mater Interfaces 2018;10: 24361-24369. Abstract Duffy MJ, Planas O, Faust A, Vogl T, Hermann S, Schäfers M, Nonell S, Strassert CA. Towards optimized naphthalocyanines as sonochromes for photoacoustic imaging in vivo. Photoacoustics 2018;9: 49-61. Abstract Gruner MC, Niemann S, Faust A, Strassert CA. Axially Decorated Si(IV) -phthalocyanines Bearing Mannose- or Ammonium-conjugated Siloxanes: Comparative Bacterial Labeling and Photodynamic Inactivation. Photochem Photobiol 2018;94: 890-899. Abstract
Rey YP, Abradelo DG, Santschi N, Strassert CA, Gilmour R. Quantitative Profiling of the Heavy-Atom Effect in BODIPY Dyes: Correlating Initial Rates, Atomic Numbers, and[super:1]O[sub:2]Quantum Yields: Quantitative Profiling of the Heavy-Atom Effect in BODIPY Dyes: Correlating Initial Rates, Atomic Numbers, and[super:1]O[sub:2]Quantum Yields. Eur. J. Org. Chem. 2017;2017: 2170-2178. Abstract Straub L, Gonzalez-Abradelo D, Strassert CA. Oxygen-insensitive phosphorescence in water from a Pt-doped supramolecular array. Chem Commun (Camb) 2017;53: 11806-11809. Abstract
Galstyan A, Block D, Niemann S, Gruner MC, Abbruzzetti S, Oneto M, Daniliuc CG, Hermann S, Viappiani C, Schafers M, Loffler B, Strassert CA, Faust A. Labeling and Selective Inactivation of Gram-Positive Bacteria Employing Bimodal Photoprobes with Dual Readouts. Chemistry 2016;22: 5243-5252. Abstract Galstyan A, Kauscher U, Block D, Ravoo BJ, Strassert CA. Silicon(IV) Phthalocyanine-Decorated Cyclodextrin Vesicles as a Self-Assembled Phototherapeutic Agent against MRSA. ACS Appl Mater Interfaces 2016;8: 12631-12637. Abstract