Journal Article (8)
Rute Andre, Muhammad Nawaz Tahir, Filipe Natalio et al. (2012) Bioinspired synthesis of multifunctional inorganic and bio-organic hybrid materials, 1737-1749. In FEBS Journal 279 (10).
Bahar Nakhjavan, Muhammad Nawaz Tahir, Filipe Natalio et al. (2012) Ni@Fe2O3 heterodimers: Controlled synthesis and magnetically recyclable catalytic application for dehalogenation reactions. In Nanoscale.
Filipe Natalio, Rute Andre, Aloysius F. Hartog et al. (2012) Vanadium pentoxide nanoparticles mimic vanadium haloperoxidases and thwart biofilm formation, 530-535. In Nature Nanotechnology.
Rute André, Mohammed Nawaz Tahir, Thorben Link et al. (2011) Chemical Mimicry: Hierarchical 1D TiO(2)@ZrO(2) Core-Shell Structures Reminiscent of Sponge Spicules by the Synergistic Effect of Silicatein-α and Silintaphin-1, 5464-5471. In Langmuir 27 (9).Download PDF (3.04 MB)
Rute Andre, Muhammad Nawaz Tahir, H.C. Schroeder et al. (2011) Enzymatic synthesis and surface deposition of tin dioxide using silicatein-alpha, 5358–5365. In Chemistry of Materials 23 (24).Download PDF (4.61 MB)
Muhammad Nawaz Tahir, Rute André, Jugal Kishore Sahoo et al. (2011) Hydrogen peroxide sensors for cellular imaging based on horse radish peroxidase reconstituted on polymer-functionalized TiO(2) nanorods., 3907-14. In Nanoscale 3 (9).Download PDF (451.26 KB)
Filipe Natalio, Rute André, Sascha A. Pihan et al. (2011) V2O5 nanowires with an intrinsic iodination activity leading to the formation of self-assembled melanin-like biopolymers, 11923. In Journal of Materials Chemistry 21 (32).Download PDF (340.6 KB)
Rute André, Filipe Natálio, Madalena Humanes et al. (2011) V2O5 Nanowires with an Intrinsic Peroxidase-Like Activity, 501-509. In Advanced Functional Materials 21 (3).Download PDF (592.24 KB)
Awards and Grants
Feb 2009Marie Curie Action (ITN) 7th framework program (EU funded Fellowship) View website
Rute completed her Ph.D. under the supervision of Prof. Wolfgang Tremel and in collaboration with Prof. Werner E.G. Müller. She was the holder of a Marie Curie fellowship since 2009 to 2012. Her main topics focus on bio-inspired approaches for developing hybrid composites, as well as the study of biomimetic catalysts.
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