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Dr. Felix Löffler
Dr. Felix Löffler
Group Leader
Phone:+49 331 567-9359Fax:+49 331 567-9302

Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces - Biomolecular Systems, Am Mühlenberg 1, 14476 Potsdam, Germany

Synthetic Array Technologies

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Synthetic Array Technologies

<p>Emerging technologies in microarray fabrication enable new high-throughput approaches to disease research, diagnostics, and drug discovery. <br /> Our highly interdisciplinary research focuses on the development of microarray technologies (biotechnology), laser processing (physics &amp; engineering), synthesis strategies (chemistry), and diagnostic applications (biology, medicine &amp; bioinformatics).</p>

Research

Emerging technologies in microarray fabrication enable new high-throughput approaches to disease research, diagnostics, and drug discovery.
Our highly interdisciplinary research focuses on the development of microarray technologies (biotechnology), laser processing (physics & engineering), synthesis strategies (chemistry), and diagnostic applications (biology, medicine & bioinformatics).

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<span>Dr. Felix Loeffler<br />Dr. Marco Mende<br />Stephan Eickelmann<br />Jasmin Heidepriem<br />Grigori Paris<br />Alexandra Tsouka<br /></span>

Members

Dr. Felix Loeffler
Dr. Marco Mende
Stephan Eickelmann
Jasmin Heidepriem
Grigori Paris
Alexandra Tsouka
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Weber L.K. et al. (2017) Single amino acid fingerprinting of the human antibody repertoire with high density peptide arrays. J Immunol Methods
F.F. Loeffler et al. (2016) High-flexibility combinatorial peptide synthesis with laser-based transfer of monomers in solid matrix material. Nature Communications
Muenster B. et al. (2016) Solid-material-based Coupling Efficiency Analyzed with Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry. Appl Surf Sci

Publications

  1. Weber L.K. et al. (2017) Single amino acid fingerprinting of the human antibody repertoire with high density peptide arrays. J Immunol Methods
  2. F.F. Loeffler et al. (2016) High-flexibility combinatorial peptide synthesis with laser-based transfer of monomers in solid matrix material. Nature Communications
  3. Muenster B. et al. (2016) Solid-material-based Coupling Efficiency Analyzed with Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry. Appl Surf Sci
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