Anders Lundgren

Gästforskare at Department of Physics, Biological Physics

There is a great need for functional coatings that support the interaction between living matter and devices; for example sensors and implants. In my research, I design and build such interfaces, often by the use of gold nanoparticles. These particles are larger than most molecules, but similar in size to proteins, making them ideal for engineering and detection at the single protein level. Furthermore, gold nanoparticles provide a great contrast in many imaging techniques. In the present project I design interfaces, functional nanoparticles and methods that can be used for separation and imaging of proteins in artificial cell membranes.

Source: chalmers.se

Projects

2014–2016

Live dynamics of bacterial fimbriae and the formation of pathogenic biofilms

Anders Lundgren Department of Applied Physics, Biological Physics
Swedish Research Council (VR)

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Publications

2016

Nonspecific Colloidal-Type Interaction Explains Size-Dependent Specific Binding of Membrane-Targeted Nanoparticles

Anders Lundgren, Björn Agnarsson, R. Zirbs et al
ACS Nano. Vol. 10 (11), p. 9974-9982
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2016

Two-dimensional flow nanometry of biological nanoparticles for accurate determination of their size and emission intensity

Stephan Block, Björn Johansson, Anders Lundgren et al
Nature Communications. Vol. 7, p. art no 12956
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2016

Formation of Gold Nanoparticle Size and Density Gradients via Bipolar Electrochemistry

Anders Lundgren, S. Munktell, M. Lacey et al
Chemelectrochem. Vol. 3 (3), p. 378-382
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2015

Evanescent Light-Scattering Microscopy for Label-Free Interfacial Imaging: From Single Sub-100 nm Vesicles to Live Cells

Björn Agnarsson, Anders Lundgren, Anders Gunnarsson et al
ACS Nano. Vol. 9 (12), p. 11849-11862
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2013

Gradients in surface nanotopography used to study platelet adhesion and activation

Mats Hulander, Anders Lundgren, L. Faxälv et al
Colloids and Surfaces B-Biointerfaces. Vol. 110, p. 261-269
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
1979

Hur viktig är bostadsrättsföreningens storlek?

Björn Rombach, Anders Lundgren,
Att bo (5), p. 22-26
Journal/newspaper article