• Publication 1: Binding Dynamics of siRNA with Selected Lipopeptides: A Computer-Aided Study of the Effect of Lipopeptides’ Functional Groups and Stereoisomerism
    Evangelia Pantatosaki* and George K. Papadopoulos
  • Publication 2: Identification of hydrated phases in ALPO4-5, and explanation of their effect on the water sorption and dynamics
    Panagiotis D. Kolokathis, Thomas Nonnen, Gerrit Füldner, George K. Papadopoulos
    DOI: 10.1016/j.micromeso.2021.111501
  • Publication 3: A Localized Enantioselective Catalytic Site on Short DNA Sequences and Their Amphiphiles
    Jun Guo, Danyu Wang, Evangelia Pantatosaki, Huihui Kuang, George K. Papadopoulos, Michael Tsapatsis and Efrosini Kokkoli, JACS Au 2022 2 (2), 483-491
    DOI: 10.1021/jacsau.1c00513

Conferences and Social Events

  • 1. EU Researchers’ Night, Athens 2019, 2020

  • 2. Annual Panhellenic Medical Conference, Athens, 15-18 May 2019

    HIV infection could be cured by means of targeted delivery of synthetic genetic material into cells through the use of properly engineered nanoparticles. Our work on engineering, via computer simulations, gene-based nanoparticles for targeted gene delivery toward an HIV cure.

    Presentation ID 120, title : “In silico study of structure-potency relationship of self-assembled siRNA-nanocarriers for targeted therapeutics”. Evangelia Pantatosaki1, George K. Papadopoulos 1,2

    1School of Chemical Engineering,National Technical University of Athens (N.T.U.A.), Athens, Greece
    2Medical Engineering and Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.), Cambridge MA, U.S.A.

    Photo: Detail of a computer model of synthetic genetic material

    Photo - NIH: Human T cell (blue) under attack by HIV (yellow). The virus specifically targets T cells, which play a critical role in the body's immune response against invaders like bacteria and viruses.