Dr Ysobel Baker
Ysobel obtained her masters degree in Chemistry from the University of Southampton before moving to the University of Cambridge for her PhD studies, working at the chemistry/biology interface under the supervision of Prof. David Spring. She joined the Brown group in October 2015 and is investigating oligonucleotide functionalised nanoparticles with diagnostic and therapeutic applications.
Synthesis, Affinity for Complementary RNA and DNA, and Enzymatic Stability of Triazole-Linked Locked Nucleic Acids (t-LNAs).
(6), 6976-6987, 2018.ACS Omega 3
Preparation and characterization of manganese, cobalt and zinc DNA nanoflowers with tuneable morphology, DNA content and size
(15), 7495-7505, 2018.Nucleic Acids Res. 46
Enzyme-free synthesis of cyclic single-stranded DNA constructs containing a single triazole, amide or phosphoramidate backbone linkage and their use as templates for rolling circle amplification and nanoflower formation
8110-8120, 2018.Chem. Sci. 9,