Prof. Dr. Marga Lensen

Junior scientist in UniCat

Research interests

Novel (bio)materials, patterning methodologies, micro- and nanopatterned electrodes, cellular responses, protein immobilisation using gold nanoparticles, biointerfaces, characterization of biomaterials, scanning probe microscopy

Research Fields in UniCat

2012-2014: Research Fields E3, D4 and E4
2008-2011: B5

Selection of research projects

Cellular responses
Patterning methodologies
Novel (bio)materials

UniCat publications

2321 Fully electrochemical MIP sensor for artemisinin A. F. T. Waffo, C. Yesildag, G. Caserta, S. Katz, I. Zebger, M. C. Lensen, U. Wollenberger, F. W. Scheller, Z. Altintas Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 2018, 275, 163–173, 10.1016/j.snb.2018.08.018

2039 Design ofS-Allylcysteine in Situ Production and Incorporation Based on a Novel Pyrrolysyl-tRNA Synthetase Variant M. P. Exner, T. Kuenzl, T. M. T. To, Z. Ouyang, S. Schwagerus, M. G. Hoesl, C. P. R. Hackenberger, M. C. Lensen, S. Panke, N. Budisa ChemBioChem 2016, 18, 85–90, 10.1002/cbic.201600537

1135 Hybrid hierarchical patterns of gold nanoparticles and poly(ethylene glycol) microstructures J. Chen, M. Arafeh, A. Guiet, D. Felkel, A. Loebus, S. M. Kelleher, A. Fischer, M. C. Lensen Journal of Materials Chemistry C 2013, 1, 7709–7715, 10.1039/C3TC30811A

849 Nanomolding of PEG-Based Hydrogels with Sub-10-nm Resolution M. Diez, P. Mela, V. Seshan, M. Möller, M. C. Lensen small 2009, 5, 2756–2760, 10.1002/smll.200901313

848 Microcontact Deprinting: A Technique to Pattern Gold Nanoparticles J. Chen, P. Mela, M. Möller, M. C. Lensen ACS Nano 2009, 3, 1451–1456, 10.1021/nn9002924

847 Patternable biomaterials: elastomers for biomedical applications M. C. Lensen, M. Diez, V. A. Schulte Elastomers: Types: Properties and Applications Jovan Balcazara, Edgardo Paules NOVA Publishers 2012, 37–58,

846 Induction of specific macrophage subtypes by defined micro-patterned structures M. Bartneck, V. A. Schulte, N. E. Paul, M. Diez, M. C. Lensen, G. Zwadlo-Klarwasser Acta Biomaterialia 2010, 10.1016/j.actbio.2010.04.025

845 A hydrophobic perfluoropolyether elastomer as a patternable biomaterial for cell culture and tissue engineering V. A. Schulte, Y. Hu, M. Diez, D. Bünger, M. Möller, M. C. Lensen Biomaterials 2010, 31, 8583–8595, 10.1016/j.biomaterials.2010.07.070

Prof. Dr. Marga Lensen

Marga Lensen
Technische Universität Berlin
Fakultät II Inst. für Chemie
Franklinstr. 29
Berlin , 10587
+49 30 314-29555


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