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Dr. Mirja Hartmann, Patrick Betz, Yuchen Sun, Prof. Dr. Stanislav N. Gorb, Prof. Dr. Thisbe K. Lindhorst and Prof. Dr. Anke Krueger Cover Picture: Saccharide-Modified Nanodiamond Conjugates for the Efficient Detection and Removal of Pathogenic Bacteria (Chem. Eur. J. 21/2012) Chemistry - A European Journal 18

Article first published online: 15 MAY 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/chem.201290083

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A carbohydrate-modifiednanodiamond is a valuable new material for the straightforward detection and efficient removal of pathogenic bacteria from polluted water sources. It is nontoxic and can readily be used in difficult environments. Furthermore, sugar specificity of bacterial surface proteins allows for identification and targeted sectioning of particular virulent strains through tailored glycosylation of the nanodiamond surface. For more details see the Full Paper by A. Krueger, T. K. Lindhorst et al. on page 6485 ff.

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