Publications

Publications

2019

Dewetting and photochemical crosslinking of adhesive pads onto lithographically patterned surfaces
P Samyn, M Biesalski, O Prucker, J Rühe
Journal of Applied Polymer Science 136(15), 2019 47321
Towards best practices for improving paper-based microfluidic fuel cells
LL Shen, GR Zhang, T Venter, M Biesalski, BJM Etzold
Electrochimica Acta 298, 2019 389-399
Preparation and characterization of cellulose-based barrier coatings for producing a release-liner out of a porous base paper
S von Gradowski, C Torborg, M Biesalski
Cellulose 26 (3), 2019 1881-1894
Light‐Controlled Chemoenzymatic Immobilization of Proteins towards Engineering of Bioactive Papers
V Hilberg, O Avrutina, A Ebenig, D Yanakieva, T Meckel, M Biesalski
Chemistry–A European Journal 25(7), 2019 1746-1751
Design of friction, morphology, wetting and protein affinity by cellulose blend thin film composition
C Czibula, G Teichert, M Nau, M Hobisch, C Palasingh, M Biesalski
Frontiers in Chemistry 7, 2019 239

2018

Combining Wax Printing with Hot Embossing for the Design of Geometrically Well-Defined Microfluidic Papers
N Postulka, A Striegel, M Krauße, D Mager, D Spiehl, T Meckel, M Worgull, M Biesalski
ACS applied materials & interfaces 11(4) 2018: 4578-4587
Superhydrophobic Hybrid Paper Sheets with Janus-Type Wettability
C Koşak Söz, S Trosien, M Biesalski
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 10(43) 2018 37478-37488
Functional surface coatings from tailor-made long-chain hydroxypropyl cellulose ester nanoparticles
M Nau, D Seelinger, M Biesalski
Cellulose 25 (10), 2018 5769-5780
Design of interfaces with lithographically patterned adhesive pads for gluing at the microscale
P Samyn, J Rühe, O Prucker, M Biesalski
International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives, 85, 2018 88-99
Covalent Attachment of Enzymes to Paper Fibers for Paper-Based Analytical Devices
A Boehm, S Trosien, O Avrutina, H Kolmar, M Biesalski
Frontiers in Chemistry, 2018, 6, 214

2017

Building with paper: New Applications for a diverse material
A Auslender, M Biesalski, P Groche, U Knaack, J Schneider, S Schabel
Wochenblatt für Papierfabrikation, 2017, 145 (12), 822-824
Modifier-Free Microfluidic Electrochemical Sensor for Heavy-Metal Detection
LL Shen, GR Zhang, W Li, M Biesalski, BJM Etzold
ACS Omega, 2017, 2 (8), 4593-4603
Paper-based microfluidic devices: A complex low-cost material in high-tech applications
A Boehm, M Biesalski
MRS Bulletin, 2017, 42 (5), 356-364
Development and investigation of a cellulose-based low adhesion coating for adhesive tapes
S von Gradowski, M Nau, M Biesalski
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, 2017, Vol. 253
Microfluidic paper-influence of fiber source, sheet properties and fiber surface modification on capillary driven flow
M Biesalski, A Boehm, S Wendenburg
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, 2017, Vol. 253
Tailoring the Retention of Charged Model Compounds in Polymer Functionalized Paper-Based Microfluidic Devices
S. Wendenburg, M. Nachbar, M. Biesalski
Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 2017, 218, 2
Fluid Flow Programming in Paper-Derived Silica–Polymer Hybrids
C. Dubois, N. Herzog, C. Rüttiger, A. Geißler, E. Grange, U. Kunz, H.-J. Kleebe, M. Biesalski, T. Meckel, T. Gutmann, M. Gallei, and A. Andrieu-Brunsen
Langmuir, 2017, 33 (1), pp 332–339

2016

Redox-mediated flux control in functional paper
C. Rüttiger, S. Mehlhase, S. Vowinkel, G. Cherkashinin, N. Liuc, C. Dietz, R. W. Stark, M. Biesalski, M. Gallei
Polymer, 2016, 98, Pages 429–436
Cellulose-graft-polystyrene bottle-brush copolymers by homogeneous RAFT polymerization of soluble cellulose macro-CTAs and “CTA-shuttled” R-group approach
M. W. Ott, H. Herbert, M. Graf, M. Biesalski
Polymer, 2016, 98, Pages 505–515
Studies of a photochromic model system using NMR with ex-situ and in-situ irradiation devices
C. Wolff, J. Kind, H. Schenderlein, H. Bartling, C. Feldmeier, R. M. Gschwind, M. Biesalski and C. M. Thiele
Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry, 2016, 54, 6, pages 485–491
Preparation of photochromic paper, using fibre attached spiropyran polymer networks
W. Li, S. Trosien, H. Schenderlein, M. Graf and M. Biesalski
RSC Advances 2016, 6, 109514-109518
Preparation of photoreactive nanocellulosic materials via benzophenone grafting
H. Orelma, M. Vuoriluoto, L.-S. Johansson, J. M. Campbell, I. Filpponen, M. Biesalski and O. J. Rojas
RSC Advances, 2016, 6, 85100-85106
Polymer brushes
M. Ballauff, M. Biesalski, A. Müller
Polymer, 2016, 98, Pages 387-388

2015

Cross-Linking Cellulosic Fibers with Photoreactive Polymers: Visualization with Confocal Raman and Fluorescence Microscopy
M. Janko, M. Jocher, A. Böhm, L. Babel, S. Bump, M. Biesalski, T. Meckel, and R. W. Stark,
Biomacromolecules, 2015, 16 (7), pp 2179–2187.
Spatial, spectral, radiometric, and temporal analysis of polymer-modified paper substrates using fluorescence microscopy
S. Bump, A. Böhm, L. Babel, S. Wendenburg, F. Carstens, S. Schabel, M. Biesalski, T. Meckel,
Cellulose, 2015, Volume 22, Issue 1, pp 73-88.
Enhancing the wet strength of lignocellulosic fibrous networks using photo-crosslinkable polymers
M. Jocher, M. Gattermayer, H.-J. Kleebe, S. Kleemann, M. Biesalski,
Cellulose, 2015, Volume 22, Issue 1, pp 581-591
Functional lignins used as curing agent in fiber-reinforced epoxy-materials
M. Biesalski, M. Baaske, S. Mehlhase, R. Klein, S. Valkonen, M. Duetsch
Abstracts of papers of the ACS, 2015, Vol. 249

2014

Fluorescent sensibility of microarrays through functionalized adhesive polydiacetylene vesicles
P. Samyn, K. Shroff, O. Prucker, J. Rühe, M. Biesalski,
Sensors and Actuators A (Physical), 2014, 214, 45-57, DOI: 10.1016/j.sna.2014.04.010.
Darmstadt Paper Chemistry Colloquium – Complexity of Paper – Understanding, Tailoring and Benefits
R. Pelzer, M. Biesalski,
Wochenblatt für Papierfabrikation, 2014, 142 (6), 370-+.
Colorimetric sensing properties of catechol-functional polymerized vesicles in aqueous solution and at solid surfaces
P. Samyn, K. Shroff, O. Prucker, J. Rühe, M. Biesalski,
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 441 2014: 242-254
Thermo-responsive superhydrophobic paper using nanostructured cellulose stearoyl ester
A. Geissler, F. Loyal, M. Biesalski, K. Zhang*,
Cellulose, 21(1) 2014: 357-366
Engineering microfluidic papers: effect of fiber source and paper sheet properties on capillary-driven fluid flow
A. Böhm, F. Carstens, C. Trieb, S. Schabel, M. Biesalski,
Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 16(5), 2014 789-799.
Formation of nanostructured cellulose stearoyl esters via nanoprecipitation
A. Geissler, M. Biesalski, T. Heinze, et al.,
Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2014, 2 (4), 1107-1116.

2013

Designing microfabricated paper devices through tailored polymer attachment.
A. Böhm, M. Gattermayer, F. Carstens, S. Schabel, M. Biesalski,
Adv. Pulp. Paper Sci. Res., In: I'Anson SJ (ed) Trans XVth fundamental res. symposium, Cambridge, FRC Cambridge, UK: 599-618.
Paper-supported elastomeric opal films for enhanced and reversible solvatochromic response
C. Schäfer, M. Biesalski, G. Hellmann, M. Rehahn, M. Gallei.
Journal of Nanophotonics 2013, 7, 070599, DOI: 10.1117/1.JNP.7.070599.
Particle Manipulation Based on Optically Controlled Free Surface Hydrodynamics
S. N. Varanakkottu, S. D. George, T. Baier, S. Hardt, M. Ewald and M. Biesalski,
Angewandte Chemie-International Edition 2013, 52, 7291-7295.
Superhydrophobic surfaces fabricated from nano- and microstructured cellulose stearoyl esters
A. Geissler, L. Q. Chen, K. Zhang, E. Bonaccurso and M. Biesalski,
Chemical Communications 2013, 49, 4962-4964.
Preparation and Characterization of Light-Switchable Polymer Networks Attached to Solid Substrates
H. Schenderlein, A. Voss, R. W. Stark and M. Biesalski,
Langmuir 2013, 29, 4525-4534.

2012

Designing microfabricated paper devices through tailored polymer attachment
M. Biesalski, A. Böhm, M. Gattermayer, S. Schabel, E. Bonaccurso
Proceedings of the 4th intl. conference on pulping, papermaking and biotechnology, 2012, Nanjing, China.
Photo-attaching functional polymers to cellulose fibers for the design of chemically modified paper
A. Böhm, M. Gattermayer, C. Trieb, S. Schabel, D. Fiedler, F. Miletzky, M. Biesalski
Cellulose, 2012, DOI: 10.1007/s10570-012-9798-x

2011

Soft Control – Mit Polymeren an Grenzflächen Funktionen schalten
M. Biesalski
Polymerforschung Darmstadt, GIT-Verlag, Wiley-VCH, Darmstadt, 2011, 7(1), 46.
“Triazole Bridge”: Disulfide-Bond Replacement by Ruthenium-Catalyzed Formation of 1,5-Disubstituted 1,2,3-Triazoles
M. Empting, O. Avrutina, R. Meusinger, S. Fabritz, M. Reinwarth, M. Biesalski, S. Voigt, G. Buntkowsky, H. Kolmar
Angewandte Chemie Intl. Edition, 2011, 50 (22), 5207-5211.
Microstructured thin peptide-polymer films that spatially control the surface-attachment of living cells
S. Petersen, M. Biesalski
International Journal Of Artificial Organs, 2011, 34 (2), 210-214.
Hold on at the right spot: Bioactive surfaces for the design of live-cell micropatterns
S. Petersen, M. Gattermayer, M. Biesalski
Bioactive Surfaces J.F. Lutz, H.G. Börner (Eds.) Adv. Polym. Sci, 2011, 240, 35-79.

2010

In situ cross-linking of the shell of petide-polymer nanotubes
R. Gokhale, J. Couet, M. Biesalski
Phys. Stat. Solidi A, 2010, 4, 878 – 884.
Biomimetic polymerized vesicles with controlled local presentation of adhesive DOPA-groups
P. Samyn, J. Rühe, M. Biesalski
Langmuir 2010, 26 (11), pp. 8573–8581.
Tailoring the surface of solid materials including paper by photo-chemical attachment of thin polymer films
M. Biesalski, M. Gattermayer, S. Petersen, M. Müller-Sievers
Applied Interface-Science, W. Dietz, L. Bley, R. Greuz (Eds.) Books on demand, 2010.

2009

Cell-Microarrays from Surface-Attached Peptide-Polymer Monolayers
S. Petersen, S. Loschonsky, O. Prucker, J. Rühe, M. Biesalski
Phys. Stat. Solidi A, 2009, 3, 468.
Engineering of peptide-polymer interfaces for active manipulation of cell-surface contacts
M. Biesalski, S. Petersen, O. Prucker, et al.
Abstracts of papers of the American Chemical Society, 2009, 237, 256-POLY.
Surface initiated polymerization from self-assembled peptide nanotubes
R. Gokhale, Y. Egorov, J. Couet, M. Biesalski, et al.
Abstracts of papers of the American Chemical Society, 2009, 237, 295-POLY.
Guiding cells with biofunctional peptide-polymer monolayers
S. Petersen, M. Biesalski, O. Prucker, et al.
Abstracts of papers of the American Chemical Society, 2009, 237, 295-POLY.

2008

Polymer-wrapped peptide nanotubes: Peptide-grafted polymer mass impacts length and diameter
J. Couet and M. Biesalski
Small, 2008, (4), 1008-1016.
Synthesis of peptide/polymer conjugates by solution ATRP of butylacrylate using an initiator-modified cyclic D-alt-L-peptide
S. Loschonsky, J. Couet and M. Biesalski
Macromolecular Rapid Communications, 2008, (29), 309-315.
Surface-attached PDMAA-GRGDSP hybrid polymer monolayers that promote the adhesion of living cells
S. Loschonsky, K. Shroff, A. Worz, O. Prucker, J. Rühe and M. Biesalski
Biomacromolecules, 2008, (9), 543-552.

2007

Biocompatible Materials in Engineered Microsystems
J. Rühe, M. Biesalski, H. Zappe et al.
(Eds.) Elsevier, 2007.
Combining self-assembling cyclic peptides with soft polymers for the design of shape-defining nanostructures
M. Biesalski
Abstracts of papers of the American Chemical Society, 2007, 234, 182-PMSE.

2006

Cell adhesion on a polymerized peptide-amphiphile monolayer
Biesalski, M. A., A. Knaebel, R. Tu and M. Tirrell
Biomaterials, 2006, (27), 1259-1269.
Conjugating self-assembling rigid rings to flexible polymer coils for the design of organic nanotubes
Couet, J. and M. Biesalski
Soft Matter, 2006, (2), 1005-1014.
Surface-initiated ATRP of N-isopropylacrylamide from initiator-modified self-assembled peptide nanotubes
Couet, J. and M. Biesalski
Macromolecules, 2006, (39), 7258-7268.
Surface-initiated ATRP polymerization from self-assembled peptide nanotubes – towards polymer-wrapped peptide nanotubes
M. Biesalski
Abstracts of papers of the American Chemical Society, 2006, 231, 129-PMSE.
Synthesis and characterization of star-like peptide-polymer hybrid molecules
S. Duman, M. Biesalski
Abstracts of papers of the American Chemical Society, 2006, 231, 299-POLY.

2005

Polymerized vesicles containing molecular recognition sites
Biesalski, M., R. Tu and M. V. Tirrell
Langmuir, 2005, (21), 5663-5666.
Self-assembly of model DNA-binding peptide amphiphiles
Bitton, R., J. Schmidt, M. Biesalski, R. Tu, M. Tirrell and H. Bianco-Peled
Langmuir, 2005, (21), 11888-11895.
Peptide-polymer hybrid nanotubes
Couet, J., J. D. Jeyaprakash, S. Samuel, A. Kopyshev, S. Santer and M. Biesalski
Angewandte Chemie-International Edition, 2005, (44), 3297-3301.
Peptide-templated polymer nanostructures
M. Biesalski, J. Couet, S. Duman
Abstracts of papers of the American Chemical Society, 2005, 229, U916, Part 2, 065-POLY.
Peptide-templated polymer hybrid nanotubes
J. Couet, J. Samuel, A. Kopyshev, et al.
Abstracts of papers of the American Chemical Society, 2005, 229, U1136, Part 2, 212-PMSE.
Ultrathin polymer layers for the control of cell adhesion: From biocompatible surfaces to living cell chips
J. Rühe, A. Worz, B.J. Chang, M. Biesalski, et al.
Abstracts of papers of the American Chemical Society, 2005, 229, U912, Part 2, 038-POLY.

2004

Electrolyte-induced collapse of a polyelectrolyte brush
Biesalski, M., D. Johannsmann and J. Rühe
Journal of Chemical Physics, 2004, (120), 8807-8814.
Scaling laws for the swelling of neutral and charged polymer brushes in good solvents (vol 35, pg 449, 2002)
Biesalski, M. and J. Rühe
Macromolecules, 2004, (37), 1166-1166.
Tailoring the charge density of surface-attached polyelectrolyte brushes
Biesalski, M. and J. Rühe
Macromolecules, 2004, (37), 2196-2202.
Polyelectrolyte brushes
Rühe, J., M. Ballauff, M. Biesalski, P. Dziezok, F. Grohn, D. Johannsmann, N. Houbenov, N. Hugenberg, R. Konradi, S. Minko, M. Motornov, R. R. Netz, M. Schmidt, C. Seidel, M. Stamm, T. Stephan, D. Usov and H. N. Zhang
Polyelectrolytes with Defined Molecular Architecture, 2004, (165), 79-150.
Self-assembled monolayers of dendritic polyglycerol derivatives on gold that resist the adsorption of proteins
Siegers, C., M. Biesalski and R. Haag
Chemistry-a European Journal, 2004, (10), 2831-2838.
Weak Palyelectrolytes at Solid Surfaces: Multilayers and Brushes in Handbook of Polyelectrolytes and their Applications
R. Konradi, H. Zhang, M. Biesalski, J. Rühe, et al.
Polymer Brushes (Eds.) Wiley-VCH, 2004.

2003

Synthesis of a poly(p-styrenesulfonate) brush via surface-initiated polymerization
Biesalski, M. and J. Rühe
Macromolecules, 2003, (36), 1222-1227.
Tailoring the charge density of surface-attached polyelectrolyte brushes
M. Biesalski, J. Rühe
Macromolecules, 2003, 37, 2196-2202.
Biomimetic assemblies from polymerizable peptide-amphiphiles
M. Biesalski, A. Knäbel, K. Shroff, et al.
Abstracts of papers of the American Chemical Society, 2003, 225, U670, Part 2, 64-PMSE.
Nutritargeting
M. Biesalski, S. Duman, I. Kramer, et al.
Abstracts of papers of the American Chemical Society, 2003, 225, U77, Part 1, AGFD-056.
Swelling behavior of surface-attached neutral and charged brushes
M. Biesalski, J. Rühe
Abstracts of papers of the American Chemical Society, 2003, 225, U651, Part 2, 697-POLY.

2002

Synthesis and swelling behavior of a weak polyacid brush
Biesalski, M., D. Johannsmann and J. Rühe
Journal of Chemical Physics 2002 (117) 4988-4994.
Scaling laws for the swelling of neutral and charged polymer brushes in good solvents
Biesalski, M. and J. Rühe
Macromolecules 2002 (35) 499-507.
The role of surface science in bioengineered materials
Tirrell, M., E. Kokkoli and M. Biesalski
Surface Science 2002 (500) 61-83
Self-assembly of peptide-amphiphile colliods
Tu, R. S., M. Biesalski and M. V. Tirrell
Biophysical Journal 2002 (82) 162A-162A.
Polyelectrolyte Networks Based on Poly (Para-phenylene) s: Synthesis, Preparation of Thin Films, and Swelling Behavior
D Ulbrich, WH Meyer, G Wegner, O Prucker, M Biesalski, J Rühe
Soft Materials 2002, 1 (1), 33-52
Polyelectrolytes at Solid Surfaces: Multilayers and Brushes in Handvook of Polyelectrolytes and their Applications
M. Biesalski, J. Rühe, R. Kügler, W. Knoll
S.K. Tripathy et al. (Eds.), Am. Sci. Publishers USA 2002, Vol 1, 39-64

1999 – 2001

Swelling of a polyelectrolyte brush in humid air
Biesalski, M. and J. Rühe
Langmuir 2000 (16) 1943-1950.
Collapse of polyelectrolyte brushes probed by noise analysis of a scanning force microscope cantilever
Gelbert, M., M. Biesalski, J. Rühe and D. Johannsmann
Langmuir 2000 (16) 5774-5784.
Neutral and charged polymer brushes at solid surfaces
Biesalski, M., D. Johannsmann and J. Rühe
Macromolecular Symposia 1999 (145) 113-124.
Preparation and characterization of a polyelectrolyte monolayer covalently attached to a planar solid surface
Biesalski, M. and J. Rühe
Macromolecules 1999 (32) 2309-2316.
Segment density profiles of polyelectrolyte brushes determined by Fourier transform ellipsometry
Biesalski, M., J. Rühe and D. Johannsmann
Journal of Chemical Physics 1999 (111) 7029-7037.
Terminal an Festkörperoberflächen gebundene Polyelektrolytbürsten: Synthese und Quellungsverhalten
M. Biesalski
(Dissertiation) Logos Verlag Berlin 1999

Books

M. 1.05-Biocompatibility of Microsystems.
J. Rühe & M. Biesalski