2023 - Research.com Chemistry in Germany Leader Award
2002 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Peter H. Seeberger spends much of his time researching Biochemistry, Glycan, Oligosaccharide, Combinatorial chemistry and Organic chemistry. While the research belongs to areas of Biochemistry, Peter H. Seeberger spends his time largely on the problem of Computational biology, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Proteins metabolism. His Glycan research includes elements of Glycolipid, Chemical biology and Sialic acid.
His work on Oligosaccharide synthesis as part of general Oligosaccharide study is frequently linked to Linker, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His research on Combinatorial chemistry also deals with topics like
His primary areas of investigation include Glycan, Biochemistry, Combinatorial chemistry, Stereochemistry and Microbiology. His Glycan study incorporates themes from Glycosylation, Epitope, Antigen, Glycoconjugate and Computational biology. Oligosaccharide, DNA microarray, Glycomics, Glycolipid and Glycoprotein are the core of his Biochemistry study.
His Combinatorial chemistry research incorporates themes from Organic chemistry, Solid-phase synthesis and Oligosaccharide synthesis. His study in Glycosyl and Trisaccharide falls within the category of Stereochemistry. His Microbiology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Antibody, Immune system and Virology.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Glycan, Combinatorial chemistry, Microbiology, Glycoconjugate and Glycosylation. Biochemistry covers he research in Glycan. Peter H. Seeberger is interested in Glycoprotein, which is a field of Biochemistry.
His study looks at the relationship between Combinatorial chemistry and topics such as Catalysis, which overlap with Aryl and Nickel. His research in Glycoconjugate intersects with topics in Epitope and Streptococcus pneumoniae. His Glycosylation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Glycosidic bond, Glycosyl, Nucleophile and Stereoselectivity.
His primary areas of study are Glycan, Antibody, Antigen, Glycosylation and Combinatorial chemistry. His Glycan study results in a more complete grasp of Biochemistry. His research in Biochemistry focuses on subjects like Function, which are connected to Polysaccharide.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Glycoconjugate and Microbiology in addition to Antibody. His Antigen study deals with Serotype intersecting with Streptococcus pneumoniae. His research integrates issues of Glycosyl, Reaction conditions, Nucleophile and Biochemical engineering in his study of Glycosylation.
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Essentials of Glycobiology [Internet]
Ajit Varki;Richard D Cummings;Jeffrey D Esko;Pamela Stanley.
The Hitchhiker's Guide to Flow Chemistry
Matthew B. Plutschack;Bartholomäus Pieber;Kerry Gilmore;Peter H. Seeberger.
Chemical Reviews (2017)
Automated Solid-Phase Synthesis of Oligosaccharides
Obadiah J. Plante;Emma R. Palmacci;Peter H. Seeberger.
Synthesis and medical applications of oligosaccharides
Peter H. Seeberger;Daniel B. Werz;Daniel B. Werz.
Symbol Nomenclature for Graphical Representations of Glycans.
Ajit Varki;Richard D. Cummings;Markus Aebi;Nicole H. Packer.
Synthetic GPI as a candidate anti-toxic vaccine in a model of malaria
Louis Schofield;Michael C. Hewitt;Krystal Evans;Mary-Anne Siomos.
Solid-phase oligosaccharide synthesis and combinatorial carbohydrate libraries.
Peter H. Seeberger;Wilm-Christian Haase.
Chemical Reviews (2000)
Continuous-flow synthesis of the anti-malaria drug artemisinin.
François Lévesque;Peter H. Seeberger.
Angewandte Chemie (2012)
Detection of Bacteria with Carbohydrate-Functionalized Fluorescent Polymers
Matthew D. Disney;Juan Zheng;Timothy M. Swager;Peter H. Seeberger.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2004)
Microreactors as Tools for Synthetic Chemists—The Chemists' Round‐Bottomed Flask of the 21st Century?
Karolin Geyer;Jeroen D. C. Codée;Peter H. Seeberger.
Chemistry: A European Journal (2006)
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