Catja Freiburghaus

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Agonistic antibodies targeting costimulatory pathways for the immune system hold great potential for cancer immunotherapy. However, systemic administration of immunoactivating antibodies can be associated with side effects such as cytokine release syndrome and liver toxicity. Polymeric nanoparticles (NPs) represent an exciting approach to control the(More)
  • F.-K Thielemann, F Brachwitz, +5 authors W R Hix
  • 2008
Type II supernovae (SNe II) are linked to the gravitational collapse of massive stars (M>8M) at the end of their hydrostatic evolution. The resulting central hot proto-neutron star cools via neutrino emission. Neutrino opacities and transport determine the neutrino emission luminosity, which, together with the neutrino heating eeency in adjacent layers, is(More)
We give an overview of chemical equilibria in explosive burning and the role which neutron and/or proton separation energies play. We focus then on the rapid neutron-capture process (r-process) which encounters unstable nuclei far from beta-stability with neutron separation energies in the range 1-4 MeV. Its observable features, like the abundances, witness(More)
  • K.-L Kratz, W B Ohmer, +4 authors F.-K Thielemann
  • 2007
In the framework of our investigation to explain the nucleosynthetic origin of the correlated Ca-Ti-Cr isotopic anomalies in the Ca-Al-rich "FUN" inclusion EK-1-4-1 of the Allende meteorite, the nuclear-physics basis in the neutron-rich N = 28 region has been updated by including recent experimental data on-decay properties and microscopic predictions of(More)
  • K.-L Kratz, W B Ohmer, +4 authors F.-K Thielemann
  • 2000
In the framework of our investigation to explain the nucleosynthetic origin of the correlated Ca-Ti-Cr isotopic anomalies in the Ca-Al-rich " FUN " inclusion EK-1-4-1 of the Allende meteorite, the nuclear-physics basis in the neutron-rich N = 28 region has been updated by including recent experimental data on β-decay properties and microscopic predictions(More)
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