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Welcome to Aljabali Lab

Tiny Particles, Big Ideas in Nanomedicine

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Aljabali's Lab mission is to develop new cutting-edge technologies in the wonderful and awesome world of nanotechnology. My research interest falls within the boundaries of biology, chemistry, medicine, pharmacy, and material science.

We are working on the development of clinically viable novel and new molecular imaging agents, biodegradable and biocompatible drug delivery vehicles. In addition, the research lab works on the development of biosensing devices for various applications.

 


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Figure 1. Schematic of the conjugation method for preparation of (A) CPMV-DOX and (B) CPMV-SS-DOX. (C) Photograph of aqueous suspensions of wild-type CPMV (left) and CPMV-DOX (right).



 

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AttachmentAljazera Report on Viral Nanoparticles
AttachmentPresenting my Work at John Innes Centre
AttachmentProudly presenting my student presenting his exciting work about nanoscience at Yarmouk University.12/24/2015
 

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Aljabali, Alaa A. A. (Nanoscientist); Evans, David J. (Chemist)

Plant virus capsids have emerged as useful biotemplates for material synthesis. All plant virus capsids are assembled with high-precision, three-dimensional structures providing nanoscale architectures that are highly monodisperse, can be produced in large quantities and that cannot replicate in mammalian cells (so are safe). Such exceptional characteristics make plant viruses strong candidates for application as biotemplates for novel and new material synthesis.
 
  
Supplemntary Data for the MS "Covalent assembly of nanoparticles as a peptidase-degradable platform for molecular MRI"