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Prof.Ding's Research Group
Department of Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering, College of Life Sciences
State Key Laboratory of Medicinal Chemical Biology
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Prof. Dr. Dan Ding
College of Life Science, Nankai University
Prof. Dr. Dan Ding was born in August 1982. He graduated from the Department of Chemistry of Nanjing University in 2010. From 2010 to 2013, he went to the National University of Singapore for postdoctoral research. He joined Nankai University in 2013 and is now the deputy dean of the College of Life Sciences. He has published more than 100 SCI papers as the corresponding author or the first author in Nature Communications, JACS, Advanced Materials, ACS Nano and other important international journals, and his research results have been widely paid attention by domestic and foreign peer experts, with an H-index of 55.
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The research direction of Professor Ding's group is the design, preparation and biomedical application of novel molecular imaging probes. We mainly develop new molecular imaging probes based on "aggregation-induced luminescence" fluorescent molecules and semiconductor conjugated polymers, and devote to the development of new materials and methods that can be applied to the diagnosis and treatment of tumors, tissue ischemia and other important diseases.
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Zhaoyun Liu, Jingtian Zhang, Hui Liu, Hongli Shen, Nanhao Meng, Xinwen Qi, Kai Ding, Jia Song, Rong Fu*, Dan Ding*, Guangxue Feng*. BSA-AIE nanoparticles with boosted ROS generation for immunogenic cell death immunotherapy of multiple myeloma. Advanced Materials. 2022, 2208692.

Tianjiao Wang, Zhiyuan Gao, Yufan Zhang, Yuning Hong, Youhong Tang, Ke Shan, Xianglong Kong, Zhiming Wang, Yang Shi*, Dan Ding*. A supramolecular self-assembled nanomaterial for synergistic therapy of immunosuppressive tumor. Journal of Controlled Release. 2022, 351, 272-283.

Marie-claire Giel, Shouxiang Zhang, Qi Hu, Dan Ding, Youhong Tang, Yuning Hong*. Synthesis of a β-Arylethenesulfonyl Fluoride-Functionalized AIEgen for Activity-Based Urinary Trypsin Detection. ACS Applied Bio Materials. 2022, 5 (9), 4321-4326.

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