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33) R. Grötsch, J. Boekhoven, Unique properties of supramolecular biomaterials through non-equilibrium self-assembly, in production.


32) B. Winkeljann, B. Käsdorf, J. Boekhoven, O.Lieleg, Macromolecular coating enables tunable selectivity in a porous PDMS matrix,
Macromol. Biosci.


31) M. Tena-Solsona,* B. Rieß,* R. Grötsch , F. Löhrer, C. Wanzke,  B. Käsdorf, A. Bausch, P. Mueller-Buschbaum, O. Lieleg, J. Boekhoven
Non-equilibrium dissipative supramolecular materials with a tunable lifetime
Nature Commun.
Self-destructing material mimics nature“, Chemistry World
Self-Destructing Materials Could Create Vanishing Ink“, Live Science
Supramolecular materials with a time switch“, TUM News
Self-disposing supramolecular materials with a tunable lifetime“, Science Daily
Materialien, die sich selbst entsorgen“,
Self–destructing material brings Snapchat to life“, Red Bull Research

30) S. van Rossum,* M. Tena-Solsona,* J. van Esch, R. Eelkema, J. Boekhoven
Dissipative out-of-equilibrium assembly of man-made supramolecular materials
Chem. Soc. Rev.

29) R. Freeman, N. Stephanopoulos, Z. Alvarez, J. Lewis , S. Sur, C. Serrano, J. Boekhoven, S. Lee, S. Stupp
Instructing Cells with Programmable Peptide DNA Hybrids
Nature Commun.
New technology to manipulate cells could one day help treat Parkinson’s“, Northwestern News
Research Suggests New Technology to Manipulate Cells Could Help Treat Parkinson’s,“, Scicast
Manipulating cells may help in treating Parkinson’s disease“, Business Standard

28) R. Kazantsev, A. Dannenhoffer, A. Weingarten, B. Phelan, B. Harutyunyan, T.  Aytun, A.  Narayanan, D. Fairfield, J. Boekhoven, H. Sai, A. Senesi, P. O’Dogherty, L. Palmer, M. Bedzyk, M. Wasielewski, S. Stupp
Crystal Phase Transitions and Photocatalysis in Supramolecular Scaffolds“,
J. Am. Chem. Soc.


27) T. Tantakitti,* J. Boekhoven*, X. Wang, R. Kazantsev, T. Yu, J. Li, E. Zhuang, R. Zandi, J. Ortony, C. Newcomb, L. Palmer, S. Gajendra, M. Olvera de la Cruz, G. Schatz, S. Stupp
“Energy landscapes of supramolecular systems determine their function”
Nature Materials

26) J. Boekhoven, A.  Brizard, M. Stuart, L. Florusse, G. Raffy, A. Del Guerzo, J. van Esch
Bio-inspired supramolecular materials by orthogonal self-assembly of hydrogelators and phospholipids
Chem. Sci.

25) J. Poolman, C. Maity, J. Boekhoven, L. van der Mee, M. Groenewold, S. van Kasteren,  F. Versluis, J. van Esch, R. Eelkema
A toolbox for controlling the properties and functionalisation of hydrazone-based supramolecular hydrogels
J. Mat. Chem B
Listed as J. Mat. Chem. B most accessed paper in 2016

24) E. Berns, Z. Álvarez, J. Goldberger, J. Boekhoven, J. Kessler, H. Kuhn, S. Stupp
“A tenascin-C mimetic peptide amphiphile nanofiber gel promotes neurite outgrowth and cell migration of neurosphere-derived cells”
Acta Biomaterialia


23) J. Boekhoven,* W. Hendriksen,*  G.Koper, R. Eelkema, J. van Esch,
Transient assembly of active materials fueled by a chemical reaction
S. Van der Zwaag, B. Meijer, “Fueling connections between chemistry and biology“, Science
M. Lavine, “Nonequilibrium transient self-assembly“, Science
Kunstmatige nanovezels doen alsof ze leven”, NRC Handelsblad (Dutch National newspaper)
Chemische brandstof brengt synthetische materialen tot leven”,
Brandstof brengt synthetisch celskelet tot leven”,

22) R. Freeman, J. Boekhoven, M. Dickerson, R. Naik, S. Stupp,
Biopolymers and Supramolecular Polymers As Biomaterials For Biomedical Applications
MRS Bulletins 

21) J. Boekhoven, R. Zha, S. Stupp,
Alginate-peptide amphiphile core-shell microparticles as a targeted drug delivery system
RSC advances


20) J. Boekhoven, S. Stupp,
Supramolecular Materials for Regenerative Medicine”,
Adv. Mater.

19) C. Newcomb, S. Sur, J. Ortony, O. Lee, J. Matson, J. Boekhoven, J. Yu, G. Schatz, S. Stupp,
Cell death and cell survival instructed by supramolecular cohesion of biomaterials
Nature Commun. 

18) J. Poolman, J. Boekhoven, A. Besselink, A. Olive, J. van Esch, R. Eelkema,
Tuning gelation time and stiffness of low molecular weight hydrogels through catalytic control over self-assembly”,
Nature Protoc.

17) R. Zha, S. Sur, J. Boekhoven, M. Zhang, S. Stupp
Supramolecular Assembly of Multifunctional Maspin-Mimetic Nanostructures as a Highly Potent Inhibitor of Angiogenesis
Acta. Biomateriala

16) S. Khan, S. Sur, P. Dankers, R. da Silva, J. Boekhoven, T. Poor, S. Stupp
Post-Assembly Functionalization of Supramolecular Nanostructures with Bioactive Peptides and Fluorescent Proteins by Native Chemical Ligation
Bioconjugate Chem.


15) J. Boekhoven, J. Poolman, C. Maity, F. Li, L. van der Mee, C. Minkenberg, J. van Esch, R. Eelkema
Catalytic control over supramolecular gel formation”,
Nature Chem.
Press: TUDelta

14) J. Boekhoven, C. Rubert, S. Sur, A. Worthy, S. Stupp
Dynamic Display of Bioactivity through Host–Guest Chemistry
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.

13) H. Kassam, T. Moyer, J. Boekhoven, T. Chew, S. Stupp, M. Kibbe
Binding of an intravascular delivery vehicle for prevention of arterial restenosis is contingent on tertiary structure
J. Am. Coll. Surg.

12) D. Janeliunas, P. van Rijn, J. Boekhoven, R. Eelkema, J. van Esch
Aggregation-driven reversible formation of conjugated polymers in water”,
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.

11) G. Koper, J. Boekhoven, W. Hendriksen, J. van Esch, R. Eelkema
The Lost Work in Dissipative Self-Assembly
Int. J. Thermophys.


10) J. Boekhoven, M. Koot, T. Wezendonk, R. Eelkema, J. van Esch
A Self-Assembled Delivery Platform with Post-production Tunable Release Rate
J. Am. Chem. Soc.
Press: Chemistry and Industry Magazine

9) J. Boekhoven. Ph.D. Thesis
Multicomponent and Dissipative Self-assembly Approaches: Towards Functional Materials

8) C. Minkenberg, B. Homan, J. Boekhoven, B. Norder, R. Eelkema, J. van Esch
Responsive Wormlike Micelles from Dynamic Covalent Surfactants”,

7) M. Wadekar, J. Boekhoven, W. Jager, G. Koper, S. Picken
Micellization Behavior of Aromatic Moiety Bearing Hybrid Fluorocarbon Surfactants


6) J. Boekhoven, P. van Rijn, J. van Esch
Self-Assembly of Facial Amphiphiles
Chapter in: Supramolecular Chemistry: From Molecules to Nanomaterials.

5) J. Boekhoven, A. Brizard, P. van Rijn, M. Stuart, R. Eelkema, J. van Esch
“Programmed Morphological Transitions of Multisegment Assemblies by Molecular Chaperone Analogs”
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.

4) C. Minkenberg, F. Li, P. van Rijn, L. Florusse, J. Boekhoven, G. Koper, R. Eelkema, J. van Esch
Responsive Vesicles from Dynamic Covalent Surfactants
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.
This work was highlighted in Nature 


3) A. Hirst, S. Roy, M. Arora, A. Das, N. Hodson, P. Murray, P. Marshall, S. Javide, J. Sefcike, J. Boekhoven, J. van Esch, S. Santabarbara, N.Hunt, R. Ulijn
Biocatalytic Induction of Supramolecular Order
Nature Chem.

2) J. Boekhoven, A. Brizard, K. Kowlgi, G. Koper, R. Eelkema, J. van Esch
Dissipative Self-Assembly of a Molecular Gelator by Using a Chemical Fuel
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.
This work was nominated as a “Hot Paper” and was highlighted in Nature Chem.

1) J. Boekhoven, P van Rijn, A. Brizard, M. Stuart, J. van Esch
Size control and compartmentalisation in self-assembled nano-structures of a multisegment amphiphile
Chem. Commun.