1. PER REVIEWED ARTICLES

Porphyrin-polymer nanocompartments: singlet oxygen generation and antimicrobial activity
A. Lanzilotto, M. Kyropoulou, E. C. Constable, C. E. Housecroft, W. P. Meier, C. G. Palivan
JBIC., 2017, DOI: 10.1007/s00775-017-1514-8.

Biomimetic Strategy to Reversibly Trigger Functionality of Catalytic Nanocompartments by the Insertion of pH-Responsive Biovalves
C. Edlinger, T. Einfalt, M. Spulber, A. Car, W. Meier, C. G. Palivan
Nano Letters., 2017, 17(9), 5790–5799.

Bio-catalytic nanocompartments for in situ production of glucose-6-phosphate
M. Lomora, G. Gunkel-Grabole, S. Mantri, C. G. Palivan
Chem. Comm., 2017, 53, 10148-10151, and 53, 11253-11253.

Nanostructured surfaces through immobilization of self-assembled polymer architectures using thiol-ene chemistry
G. Gunkel-Grabode, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier
Macromol. Mater. Eng., 2017, 302(4), 1600363.

Strain-promoted thiol-mediated cellular uptake of giant substrates: liposomes and polymersomes
N. Chuard, G. Gasparini, D. Moreau, S. Lörcher, C. Palivan, W. Meier, N. Sakai, S. Matile
Angew. Chem. Int Ed., 2017, 56, 2947–2950.

DNA-mediated self-organization of polymeric nano-compartments leading to interconnected artificial organelles
J. Liu, V. Postupalenko, S. Lörcher, D. Wu, M. Chami, W. Meier, C. G. Palivan
Nano Letters, 2016, 16, 7128-7136.

Angiopep2-functionalized Polymersomes for Targeted Doxorubicin Delivery to Glioblastoma Cells
P. Figueiredo, V. Balasubramanian, M.-A. Shahbazi, A. Correia, D. Wu, C. G. Palivan, J. T. Hirvonen, H. A. Santos
Int. J. Pharmaceutics, 2016, 511(2), 794-803.

An Amphiphilic Graft Copolymer-Based Nanoparticle Platform for Reduction-Responsive Anticancer and Antimalarial Drug Deliver
A. Najer, D. Wu, M. G. Nussbaumer, G. Schwertz, A. Schwab, M. C. Witschel, A. Schäfer, F. Diederich, M. Rottmann, C. G. Palivan, H.-P. Beck, W. Meier
Nanoscale, 2016, 8, 14858-14869.

Novel nanoparticle-based highly sensitive MRI contrast agents with enhanced sensitivity to reductive milieu
S.J. Sigg, F. Santini, A. Najer, P. U. Richard, W. P. Meier, C. G. Palivan
Chem.Comm., 2016, 52, 9937-9940.

"Active surfaces" as Possible Functional Systems in Detection and Chemical (Bio) Reactivity
C.E. Housecroft, C.G. Palivan, K. Gademann, W. Meier, M. Calame, X. Zhang, V. Mikhalevich, E. Piel, M. Szponarski, A. Wiesler, A. Lanzilotto, E.C. Constable, A. Fanget, R.L. Stoop
Chemia, 2016, 6, 402-413.

Artificial Organelles: Reactions Inside Protein-Polymer Supramolecular Assemblies
M. Garni, T. Einfalt, M. Lomora, A. Car, W. Meier, C.G. Palivan
Chemia, 2016, 6, 424-428.

Interfacing Functional Systems
Y. Cotelle, N. Chuard, S. Lascano, V. Lebrun, R. Wehlauch, N. Bohni, S. Lörcher, V. Postupalenko, S.T. Reddy, W. Meier, C.G. Palivan, K. Gademann, T.R. Ward, S. Matile
Chemia, 2016, 6, 418-424.

Giant Host Red Blood Cell Membrane Mimicking Polymersomes bind Parasite Proteins and Malaria Parasites
A. Najer, S. Thamboo, C. G. Palivan, PH Beck, W. Meier
Chemia, 2016, 70(4), 288-291.

Stimuli-responsive co-delivery of oligonucleotides and drugs by self-assembled peptide nanoparticles
S.J. Sigg, V. Postupalenko, J. T. Duskey, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier
Biomacromolecules, 2016, 17(3), 935-945.

Asymmetric tri-block copolymer nanocarriers for controlled localization, and pH sensitive release of proteins
D. Vasquez, T. Einfalt, W. Meier, C. Palivan
Langmuir, 2016, 32(40), 10235-10243.

Active surfaces engineered by immobilizing protein-polymer nanoreactors for selectively detecting sugar alcohols
X. Zhang, M. Lomora, T. Einfalt, W. Meier, N. Klein, D. Schneider, C. G. Palivan
Biomaterials, 2016, 89, 79-88.

Interaction of POEGMA brushes on PDMS-coated membranes with carbon dioxide studied by MTR-FTIR
G. Gunkel-Grabole, Anja Car, V. V. Naik, L. Marot, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier
Macromol. Rapid Commun, 2016, 217, 966- 973.

Charge Transfer Pathways in Three Isomers of Naphthalene-Bridged Organic Mixed Valence Compounds
H. C. Schmidt, M. Spulber, M. Neuburger, C. G. Palivan, M.Meuwly, O. S. Wenger
J. Org. Chem, 2016, 81, 595- 602.

Redox cycling of iridium(III) complexes gives versatile materials for photonics applications
C. D. Morris, M.Spulber, M.Neuburger, C.G.Palivan, E. C. Constable, C. E. Housecroft
Polyhedron, 2015, 106, 51-57.

Polymersomes with engineered ion selective permeability as stimuli-responsive nanocompartments with preserved architecture
M. Lomora, M. Garni, F. Itel, P. Tanner, M. Spulber, C. G Palivan
Biomaterials, 2015, 53, 406-414.

Selective ion-permeable membranes by insertion of biopores intopolymersomes
M. Lomora, F. Itel, A. Dinu, C. G. Palivan
PCCP, 2015, 17, 15538-15546.

Hybrid polymer-lipid films as platforms for directed membrane protein insertion
J. Kowal, D. Wu, V.Mikhalevich, C.P. Palivan, W. Meier
Langmuir, 2015, 31(17), 4868-4877.

Mobility of membrane proteins within synthetic polymer membranes
F. Itel, A. Najer, C.G. Palivan, W. Meier
Nano Letters, 2015, 15(6), 3871-3878.

pH-triggered reversible multiple protein-polymer conjugationbased on molecularrecognition
J. Liu, V. Postupalenko, J. T. Duskey, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier
J. Chem. Phys. B, 2015, 119, 12066-12073.

Stimuli-triggered activity of nanoreactorsby biomimetic engineering polymer membranes
T. Einfalt, R. Goers, A. I.Dinu, A. Najer, M. Spulber, O. Onaca-Fischer, C. G. Palivan
Nano Letters, 2015, 15(11), 7596-7603.

Analysis of molecular parameters determining the antimalarial activity of polymer-based nanomimics
A. Najer, S. Thamboo, J. T. Duskey, C. G. Palivan, H-P Beck, W Meier
Macromol.Rapid.Commun, 2015, 36, 1923-1928.

Does membrane thickness affect the transport of selective ions mediated by ionophores in synthetic membranes?
M. Lomora, I. A. Dinu, F. Itel, S. Rigo, M. Spulber, C. G. Palivan
Macromol.Rapid.Commun, 2015, 36, 1929-1934.

A General Strategy for Creating Self-Defending Surfaces Producing Drugs on Demand for Long Periods of Time
K. Langowska, J. Kowal, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier
J.Mater.Chem.B, 2014, 2, 4684-4693.

"Active Surfaces" Formed by Immobilization of Enzymes on Solid Supported Polymer Membranes
C. Draghici, J. Kowal, A. Darjan, W. Meier, C.G. Palivan
Langmuir, 2014, 30(39), 11660-11669.

Electronic Coupling Mediated by Furan, Thiophene, Selenophene and Tellurophene in a Homologous Series of Organic Mixed Valence Compounds
A. C. Jahnke, M. Spulber, M. Neuburger, C. G. Palivan, O. S. Wenger
Chem. Com., 2014, 50, 10883-10886.

Polymersomes conjugated to 83-14 monoclonal antibodies:In vitro targeting of brain capillary endothelial cells
L.H. Dieu, D. Wu, C.G. Palivan, V. Balasubramanian, J. Huwyler
Eur. J. Pharm Biopharm., 2014, 88(2), 316-324.

Cellular Trojan horse based on stimulus-responsive polymer nanoreactors
P. Baumann, M. Spulber, I. A. Dinu, C. G. Palivan
J.Chem.Phys. B, 2014, 118(31), 9361-9370.

Poly (N-isopropylacrylamide-co-tris-nitrilotriacetic acid acrylamide) for a combined study of molecular recognition and distance constraints in protein binding and interactions
J. Liu, M. Spulber, R. M. Talom, C. G. Palivan,W Meier
J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2014, 136, 12607-12614.

Effect of molecular parameters on the architecture and membrane properties of 3D assemblies of amphiphilic
D. Wu, M. Spulber, F. Itel, M. Chami, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier
Macromolecules, 2014, 47(15), 5060-5069.

Functional Surface Engineering by Nucleotide-Modulated Potassium Channel Insertion into Polymer Membranes Attached to Solid Supports
J. Kowal, S. Kowal, D. Wu, H. Stahlberg, C. G. Palivan,W Meier
Biomaterials, 2014, 35(26), 7286-7294.

The amine content of PEGylated chitosan Bombyxmori nanoparticles acts as a trigger for protein delivery
D. Vasquez, R. Milusheva, P. Baumann, D. Constantin, C.G. Palivan
Langmuir, 2014, 30(4), 965-975.

Water-Soluble Co(III) Complexes of Substituted Phenanthrolines with Cell Selective Anticancer Activity
S. Jagadeesan, V. Balasubramanian, P. Baumann, M. Neuburger, D. Hauessinger and C. G. Palivan
Inorganic Chemistry, 2013, 53, 12535-12544.

Natural channel protein inserts and functions in a completely artificial, solid-supported bilayer membrane
X. Zhang, W. Fu, C.G. Palivan, W. Meier
Nature Sci. Reports, 2013, 3, 2196-2201.

Polymer nanoreactors shown to produce and release antibiotics locally
K. Langowska, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier
Chem. Commun., 2013, 49, 128-130.

Adding Nature’s organelles: Artificial peroxisomes play their role
P. Tanner, V. Balasubramanian, C. Palivan
Nano Letters, 2013, 13(6), 2875-2883.

Fluoreswcence-based assay for the optimization of artificial transfer hydrogenase activity within a biocompatible compartment
T. Heinisch, K. Langowska, P. Tanner, J.L. Reymond, C. Palivan, W. Meier, T. Ward
ChemCatChem., 2013, 3, 2196, 5(3), 15889-15899.

Light-sensitive polymer nanoreactors: A source of reactive oxygen species on demand
P. Baumann, V. Balasubramanian, O. Onaca, A. Sienkiewicz, C. G. Palivan
Nanoscience, 2013, 5(1), 217-224.

Polymer nanoreactors with a dual-functionality: simultaneous detoxification of peroxynitrites and transport of oxygen
D. Dobrunz, A. Toma, P. Tanner, T. Pfohl, C.G. Palivan
Langmuir, 2012, 28(45), 15889-15899.

Specific His(6)-tag Attachment to Metal-Functionalized Polymersomes Relies on Molecular Recognition
P. Tanner, M. Ezhavskaya, R. Nehring, S. van Doorslaer, W. Meier, C. Palivan
J. Chem. Phys. B, 2012, 116, 10113-10124.

Photoresponsive Polymersomes as Smart Triggerable Nanocarriers
E. Cabane, V. Malinova, S. Menon, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier
Soft Matter, 2011, 7(19), 9167-9176.

From fibres to micelles using point mutated amphiphilic peptides
T. B. Schuster, D. de Bruyn Ouboter, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier
Langmuir, 2011, 27(8), 4578-4584.

Biocompatible Functionalization of Polymersome Surfaces: A new Approach to Surface Immobilization and Cell Targeting using Polymersomes
S. Egli, M. G. Nussbaumer, V. Balasubramanian, M. Chami, N. Bruns, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier
JACS, 2011, 133(12), 4476-4483.

A surprising system: polymeric nanoreactors containing a mimic with dual-enzyme activity
V. Balasubramanian, O. Onaca, M. Ezhevskaya, S. Van Doorslaer, B. Sivasankaran, C. G. Palivan
Soft Matter, 2011, 7, 5595- 5603.

Enzyme-containing nanoreactors
C.G. Palivan
EPS, 2011, vol. 35E, 38.

Enzymatic Cascade Reactions inside Polymeric Nanocontainers - A Means to Combat Oxidative Stress
P. Tanner, O. Onaca, V. Balasubramanian, W. Meier, C. G. Palivan
Chem. Eur. J, 2011, 17, 4552-4560.

Polymeric membranes
W. Meier, C.G. Palivan
Chimia, 2010, 64(12), 880-883.

Protein decorated membranes by specific molecular interactions
Rainer Nehring, Cornelia G. Palivan, Susana Moreno-Flores, Alexandre Mantion, Pascal Tanner, Jose Luis Toca-Herrera, Andreas Thuenemann, Wolfgang Meier
Soft Matter, 2010, 6, 2815-2824.

Half grid is better than no grid: competition between 2,2':6',2''-terpyridine and 3,6-di(pyrid-2-yl)pyridazine for copper(II)
E.C. Constable, S. Decurtins, C.E. Housecroft, T.D. Keene, C.G. Palivan, J.R. Price, J.A. Zampese
Dalton Trans., 2010, 39, 2337-2343.

Amphiphilic copolymer membranes promote NADH:Ubiquinone Oxidoreductase activity: Towards an Electron-Transfer Nanodevice
A. Graff, C. Fraysse-Ailhas, C.G. Palivan, M. Grzelakowski, T. Friedrich, C. Vebert, G. Gescheidt, W. Meier
Macromol. Phys. Chem., 2010, 211, 229-238.

SOD antioxidant nanoreactors: Influence of block copolymer composition on the nanoreactor efficiency
O. Onaca, D.W. Hughes, V. Balasubramanian, M. Grzelakowski, W. Meier, C. G. Palivan
Macromol. Biosci, 2010, 10(5), 531-535.

Amphiphilic diblock copolymers for molecular recognition: Metal-NTA functionalised vesicles
R. Nehring, C. G. Palivan, O. Casse, P. Tanner, J. Tuxen, W. Meier
Langmuir, 2009, 25(2), 1122-1130.

Structural characterization of a highly active superoxide-dismutase mimic
V. Balasubramanian, M. Ezhevskaya, H. Moons, M. Neuburger, C. Cristescu, S. Van Doorslaer, C.G. Palivan
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2009, 11, 6778-6787.

Global structure-activity analysis in drug development illustrated for active Cu/Zn superoxide dismutase-mimics
Palivan, V. Balasubramanian, B.A. Goodman
Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 2009, 31, 4634-4639.

How to Reduce Superoxide Anion Concentration using Antioxidant Nanoreactors
V. Balasubramanian, O. Onaca, F. Axthelm, D. Hughes, M. Grzelakowski, W. Meier, C.G. Palivan
J. Optoelectronics & Adv. Mat., 2009, 1(6), 1083-1087.

Metal-peptide frameworks (MPFs)-"bioinspired" metal organic frameworks
A. Mantion, L. Massuger, P. Rabu, C. Palivan, L. Mac Cusker, A. Taubert
J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2008, 130, 2517-2526.

Antioxidant nanoreactor based on Superoxide dismutase encapsulated in superoxide-permeable vesicles
F. Axthelm, O. Casse, W. Koppenol, T. Nauser, W. Meier, C. Palivan
J. Phys. Chem. B, 2008, 112(28), 8211-8217.

Homo- and heteropolynuclear Ni2+ and Cu2+ complexes of polytopic ligands, consisting of a tren unit substituted with three 12-membered tetraazamacrocycles
L. Siegfried, C. N. McMahon, J. Baumeister, M. Neuburger, Th.A. Kaden, S. Anandaram, C.G. Palivan
J. Chem. Soc. Dalton Trans, 2007, 207, 4797-4810.

Mechanistic insights into stereoselective catalysis- The effects of counterions in a Cu(II)Bis(sulfoximine) catalysed hetero Dield-Alder reaction
C. Bolm, M. Martin, G. Gescheidt, C. Palivan, T. Stanoeva, H. Bergantolli, M. Feth, A. Schwieger, G. Mitrikas, J. Harmer
Chem. Eur. J., 2007, 13(6), 1842-1850.

Ionic liquid crystal precursors (ILCPs) for inorganic particles: Cu(II)-Cu(I) reduction and CuCl nanoplatelet formation kinetics
A. Taubert, C.G. Palivan, O. Casse, A.R. McGhie, F. Gozzo, B. Schmitt
J. Phys. Chem. C, 2007, 111, 4077-4082.

Stable free radicals in insect cuticles: Electron spin resonance spectroscopy reveals differences between melanization and sclerotization
H. Kayser, C.G. Palivan
Archives of Biochem. Biophys., 2006, 453, 179-187.

Biologically Active CuII and FeIII Complexes of a Phenothiazine Derivative with Extended Co-ordination Sphere. Solution Structures
C.G. Palivan, E. Bacu, S. Antonescu, C. Guran, G. Gescheidt
Revue Roum. Chim., 2006, 51(3), 169-178.

Kinetics and mechanism of the stepwise complex formation of Cu(II) with tren-centered tris-macrocycles
M. Soibinet, D. Gusmeroli, L. Siegfried, Th.A. Kaden, C.Palivan, A. Schweiger
J. Chem. Soc. Dalton Trans, 2005, 12, 2138-2146.

Solution structures of some Cu(II) complexes of phenothiazine derivatives
C.G. Palivan, S. Pasolescu, C. Guran
Revue Roum. Chem., 2004, 49(2), 127-134.

Tren centered tris-macrocycles as polytopic ligands for Cu(II) and Ni(II)
L. Siegfried, C.N. McMahon, T.A. Kaden, C. Palivan, G. Gescheidt
J.Chem.Soc. Dalton Trans, 2004, 2115-2125.

Electron Delocalisation in One-Electron Oxidized Aniline Oligomers, Paradigms for Polyaniline: A Study by Paramagnetic Resonance in fluid solution
B. Grossmann, J. Heinze, T. Moll, C.G. Palivan, S. Ivan, G. Gescheidt
J. Phys. Chem. B, 2004 108(15), 4669-4672.

Local Structure is Critical for Superoxide Dismutase Activity in Copper Complexes: Relationship between EPR parameters, Structure and Activity in Some Sterically-Hindered Copper(II) Bis(Hydrazono-Triazine) Complexes
B. Goodman, C.G. Palivan, H.M.N. Palivan, S. Tomas
Appl. Magn. Reson., 2003, 25, 13-28.

Spectroscopic Investigations of Bis(sulfoximine) Copper(II) Complexes and their Relevence in Asymmetric Catalysis
C. Bolm, M. Martin, G. Gescheidt, C. Palivan, D. Neshchadin, H. Bergantolli, M. Feth, A. Schwieger, G. Mitrikas, J. Harmer
J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2003, 125(20), 6222-6227.

Chemical and Photochemical Electron Transfer of New Helianthrone Derivatives – Aspects of their Photodynamic Activity
S. Rahimipour, C. Palivan, F. Barbosa, I. Bilkis, L. Weiner, Y. Mazur, M. Fridkin and G. Gescheidt
J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2003, 125(5), 1376-1384.

Redox and magnetic switching in 1,3,5-acceptor-substituted benzenes: reversible formation of radical anions, dianions and trianions in doublet, triplet, and quartet spin states
E. Beer, J. Daub, C. Palivan, G. Gescheidt
J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans, 2002, 9, 1605-1610.

Hypericin Derivatives: Substituent Effects on Radical-anion Formation
S. Rajimipour, C. Palivan, D. Freeman, F. Barbosa, M. Fridkin, L. Weiner, Y. Mazur, G. Gescheidt
Photochem. Photobiol, 2001, 74, 149-154.

Complexes of Hypericin with Cu(II) in Different Solvents: Complex Formation, Stochiometry, and Geometry
C.G. Palivan, G. Gescheidt, L. Weiner, T. Stanoeva
J. Inorg. Biochem., 2001, 86(1), 369-369 (Abstract)

Bis Triazine Copper Complexes: the Relationship between structure, EPR Spectral Parameters and Superoxide Radical Scavenging Activities
C.G. Palivan, B.A. Goodman
J. Inorg. Biochem., 2001, 86(1), 369-369 (Abstract)

Ion pairing in radical cations: the example of 9,9’-bianthryl
M.N. Khan, C. Palivan, F. Barbosa, J. Amandrut, G. Gescheidt
J. Chem. Soc. Perkin Trans, 2001, 2, 1522-1526.

Four-co-ordinated copper(II) species obtained by X-ray irradiation of a three-co-ordinated copper(I) complex: a single crystal EPR study
C.G. Palivan, S. Ramaprabhu
J. Chem. Soc. Dalton Trans, 2000, 3513-3518.

The Acrylamide Polymerization Initiation Reaction Induced by γ Irradiation: An EPR and Extended Hückel Study
C.G. Palivan, P. Birza, M. Dragusin
Roum. Reports in Phys., 2000, 51(7-10), 961-967.

General acquisition program for spectra
H. Palivan, C.G. Palivan
Roum. Reports in Phys., 2000, 51(7-10), 989-995.

Superoxide Scavenger Copper(II) Complexes Having Bis(Hydrazino-Triazine) Ligands: an ESR and MM+ Study
C.G. Palivan, C. Darmon, S. Thomas
Bull. Magnetic Resonance, 1999, 19(1-4), 29-33.

ESR Study of some Asymmetric-Triazine Copper(II) Complexes having high Antiviral Activity
C.G. Palivan, H.M.N. Palivan, B.A. Goodman, C. Cristescu
Appl. Magnetic Resonance, 1998, 15(3-4), 477-488.

ESR study of some asymmetric-triazine copper(II) complexes having high antiviral activity
G.C. Palivan, H.M.N. Palivan, B.A. Goodman, C. Cristescu
Balkan Phys. Letters, 1998, 6, 440-443.

Free radicals in some aza-uracil derivatives having antiviral activity: an ESR and INDO study
C.G.Palivan, H.M.N. Palivan, C.Cristescu
Proc. Suppl., Balkan Phys. Letters, 1997, 5(3), 1929-1932.

Comparative characterisation by EPR Spectroscopy and MM+ Calculus of two Cu-complexes of asymetric-triasines having high SOD activity
C.G. Palivan, C. Cristescu
Roum. J. Phys., 1997, 42(5-6), 409-417.

Characterisation by EPR spectroscopy of the coordination environment of copper in some Cu(II) complexes of asymmetric triazines having high superoxide dismutaze activity
B.A. Goodman, C.G. Palivan, C. Cristescu
Polyhedron, 1995, 14(17-18), 2523-2535.

Oxidation of a Tricoordinated Cu(I) Complex into a Tetracoordinated Cu(II) Species: a Single Crystal ESR Study
C.G. Palivan, T. Berclaz, M. Geoffroy, S. Ramaprabhu, G. Bernardinelli
J. Chem. Soc. Faraday Trans, 1995, 91(14), 2155-2160.

Characterisation by EPR spectroscopy of the co-ordination environment of copper in superoxid dismutaze from horseradish (Armoracia rusticana Gaertn.)
C.G. Palivan, H. Palivan, B.A. Goodman
Proc Roy Soc Edinburgh, 1994, 102B, 273-277.

Study by AAS of cations contaminations for fluids serving as injections
C.G. Palivan, D. Rughinis, G. Ciohodaru, E. Niculete
Revista de Chimie, 1992, 43(5-6), 275-278.

Amitriptyline- selective Plastic Membrane Sensors and their pharmaceutical applications
A.A. Bunaciu, M.S. Ionescu, C.G. Palivan, V.V. Cosofret
Analyst, 1991, 116, 239-243.

Studies on the availability of iron II from Glubifer tablets in simulated gastrointestinal fluids
C.G. Palivan, D. Rughinis, V. Tamas, V.V. Cosofret
Die Pharmazie, 1989, 44, 648-649.

D-UV study of the stability of some vitamin A and D mixtures on inert support
C.G. Palivan, M. Surmeian, V. Tamas, V.V. Cosofret
Revista de Chimie, 1988, 39(12), 1155-1159.


2. REVIEWS

Amphiphilic peptide self-assembly: Expansion to hybrid materials
V. Mikhalevich, I. Craciun, M. Kyropoulou, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier
Biomacromolecules, 2017, 18(11), 3471–3480

Expanding the potential of magnetic resonance imaging contrast agents through multifunctional polymeric nanocarriers
I. Craciun, G. Gunkel-Grabole, A. Belluati, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier
Nanomedicine, 2017, 12(7), 811-817.

Polymer capsules as micro/nanoreactors for therapeutic applications: current strategies to control membrane permeability
A. Larrañaga, M. Lomora, J.R. Sarasua, C.G. Palivan, A. Pandi
Progress in Materials Science, 2017, 90, 325–357.

Biopores/membrane proteins in synthetic polymer membrane
M. Garni, S. Thamboo, C. Schenenberger, C.G. Palivan
BBA- Biomembranes., 2016, DOI: 10.1016/j.bbamem.2016.10.015.

Bioinspired polymer vesicles and membranes for biological and medical applications
C.G. Palivan, R. Goers, A. Najer, X. Zhang, W. Meier
Chem. Soc. Rev., 2016, 45, 377-411.

New concepts to fight oxidative stress: antioxidant compounds inside 3-D nano-assemblies
P. Richard, J. Duskey, S. Stolarov, M. Spulber, C.G. Palivan
Expert Opinion Drug Delivery., 2015, 12(9), 1-19.

Polymeric 3D nano-architectures for transport and delivery of therapeutically relevant biomacromolecules
G. Gunkel-Grabode, S. Sigg, M. Lomora, S. Lörcher,C. G. Palivan, W. Meier
Biomater. Sci., 2015, 3, 25-40.

Planar biomimetic membranes based on amphiphilic block copolymers
J. Kowal, X. Zhang, I. A. Dinu, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier
ACR Macro Lett., 2014, 3, 59-63.

Protein-polymer supramolecular assemblies: A key combination for multifunctionality
C.G. Palivan, X. Zhang, W. Meier
Chemia, 2013, 67(11), 791-795.

Polymer nanocompartments in broad spectrum medical applications
A. Najer, D. Wu, D. Vasquez, C.G. Palivan, W. Meier
Nanomericine, 2013, 8(3), 1-23.

Polymer nanoreactors
C. Edlinger, X. Zhang, O. Fischer-Onaca, C.G. Palivan
Encyclopedia of polymer science and technology, 2013, DOI: 10.1002/0471440264.pst581.

Mimiking the cell membrane with block copolymer membranes
X. Zhang, P. Tanner, A. Graff, C. Palivan, W. Meier
J. Pol. Sci, Part A, 2012, 50(12), 2293-2318.

Stimuli responsive polymers and their applications in nanomedicine
E. Cabane, X. Zhang, K. Langowska, CG Palivan, W. Meier
Biointerphases, 2012, 7(9), 2-27.

Polymeric nanocariers and nanoreactors: A survey of possible therapeutic applications
O. Onaca, J. Liu, M. Inglin, C.G. Palivan
Current Pharmaceutical Design, 2012, 18(18), 2622-2643..

Protein-polymer nanoreactors for medical applications
C.G. Palivan, O. Onaca, M. Delcea, F. Itel, W. Meier
Chem Soc. Rev., 2012, DOI: 10.1039/C1CS15240H.

Can polymeric vesicles that confine enzymatic reactions act as simplified organelles?
P. Tanner, S. Egli, V. Balasubramanian, O. Onaca, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier
FEBS Letter, 2011, 585, 1699-1706.

Polymeric Vesicles: From Drug Carriers to Nanoreactors and Artificial Organelles
P. Tanner, P. Baumann, R. Enea, O. Onaca, C. Palivan, W. Meier
Accounts of Chemical Research, 2011, 44(10), 1039-1055.

Bio-decorated polymer membranes: a new approach in diagnostics and therapeutics
P. Baumann, P. Tanner, O. Onaca, C. G. Palivan
Polymers, 2011, 3, 173-192.

Proteins delivery: From Conventional drug delivery carriers to polymeric nanoreactors
V. Balasubramanian, O. Onaca, R. Enea, D.W. Hughes, C.G. Palivan
Expert Opinion Drug Delivery, 2010, 7(1), 63-78.


3. BOOK CHAPTERS/BOOKS

chapter: Bio-inspired polymer membranes
V. Mikhalevich, C. Zelmer, A. Car, C. Palivan, W. Meier, in Bio-inspired polymers
[Publisher: Elsevier, 2016, 1024, ISBN 9781466580343].

chapter: Bio-nanoreactors: from confined reaction spaces to artificial organelles
V. Postupalenko, T. Einfalt, M. Lomora, I. A. Dinu, C. G. Palivan, in Organic Nanoreactors: From Molecular to Supramolecular Organic Compounds
[Publisher: Elsevier, 2016, 221-258, DOI:10.1039/9781782626664-00221].

chapter: Supramolecular architecturesfrom self-assembled copolymers
T. Einfalt, G. Gunkel, M. Spulber, A. Najer, C. G. Palivan, in CRC Concise Encyclopedia of Nanotechnology
[Publisher: CRC Press, 2015, USA, 1055-1072, ISBN 978-1-4665-8034-3].

chapter: Polymer vesicles
I.A. Dinu, C. Edlinger, E. Konishcheva, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier, in Encyclopedia of Polymeric Nanomaterials
[Publisher: Springer, 2014, Berlin, ISBN 978-3642296475].

chapter: Nanoreactors for biomedical applications
F. Itel, A. Dinu, P. Tanner, O. Fischer, C.G. Palivan, in Handbook of Nanobiomedical Research, [Frontiers in Nanobiomedical research series
Edited by: Vladimir Torchilin; Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd, 2014, 457-508, ISSN: 2251-3965].

chapter: Polymer Vesicles on Surfaces
A. Jagoda, J. Kowal, M. Delcea, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier, in Biomaterials Surface Science
[Publisher: Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim, 2013, Germany].

chapter: Responsive self-assembled nanostructures
C.G. Palivan, C. Vebert, F. Axthelm, W. Meier, in Nanotechnology in Biology and Medicine
[Publisher: CRC Press, 2007, USA, 467-492, ISBN:9780849329494].

chapter: Determination of the Copper Co-ordination Environment in Superoxide Dismutases (SODs) and Complexes with SOD Activity using Molecular Mechanics Force Field Calculations and Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
C.G. Palivan and B.A. Goodman, in Recent Research Developments in Inorganic and Organometallic Chemistry
[Publisher: Pandalai, 2001, India, 141-159, ISBN: 81-7736-050-7].

Tips in Linux
C.G.Palivan and H. Palivan
[Publisher: Editura Tehnica, Bucharest, Romania, 2001, 270 pag., ISBN973312060x].


4. PATENTS

Giant Plasma Membrane Vesicle based Bioassay
M. Garni, T. Einfalt, C. G. Palivan, W. Meier
PCT Int. Appl., 2017-11-16, patent application.

Self-assembled nanostructures and methods of use thereof
A. Najer, C. Palivan, P. Bruck, W. Meier
EP, 2014, 14188354.6.

PCT Int. Appl., 2016, WO 2016055611 A1 20160414.

Oxygen permeable polymeric nanocontainers for encapsulation of sensitive compounds.
C.Palivan, W. Meier, F. Axthelm, W.Koppenol
US, 2008, 60/799,908.

PCT Int. Appl., 2009, WO 2009034458 A2 20090319.


5. OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Vesikel aus Polymeren
T. Einfalt, R. Goers, J. Gaitzsch, G. Gunkel-Grabole, C. Ann-Schoenenberger, C. G. Palivan
Nachrichten aus der Chemie, 2016, 64 (10), 965-967.

Membranen, die der Natur nachgebaut sind
C.G. Palivan, W. Meier
UniNova, Basel, 2011, 117, 22-23.