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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

Jobs

Highly motivated students, who are interested in pursuing their M.Sc. thesis or HiWi position in our interdisciplinary research team, are invited to apply.

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 />Dr. Stephan Eickelmann<br />Jasmin Heidepriem<br />Grigori Paris<br />Alexandra Tsouka<br />Junfang Zhang<br /><br /></span>

Members

Dr. Felix Loeffler
Dr. Marco Mende
Dr. Stephan Eickelmann
Jasmin Heidepriem
Grigori Paris
Alexandra Tsouka
Junfang Zhang

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T. Jaenisch et al. (2019) High-density peptide arrays help to identify linear immunogenic B cell epitopes in individuals naturally exposed to malaria infection. Mol Cell Proteomics
L.K. Weber 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

Publications

  1. T. Jaenisch et al. (2019) High-density peptide arrays help to identify linear immunogenic B cell epitopes in individuals naturally exposed to malaria infection. Mol Cell Proteomics
  2. L.K. Weber et al. (2017) Single amino acid fingerprinting of the human antibody repertoire with high density peptide arrays. J Immunol Methods
  3. F.F. Loeffler et al. (2016) High-flexibility combinatorial peptide synthesis with laser-based transfer of monomers in solid matrix material. Nature Communications
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