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Controlling Polymer Morphologies by Intramolecular and Intermolecular Dynamic Covalent Iron(III)/Catechol Complexation – From Polypeptide Single Chain Nanoparticles to Hydrogels

By Marco Hebel and others at
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Responsive biomaterials, tunable from the molecular to the macroscopic scale, are attractive for various applications in nanotechnology. Herein, a long polypeptide chain derived from the abundant serum protein human serum albumin was cross-linked by dynamic-coordinative iron(III)/catechol bonds. By tuning the binding stoichiometry and the pH, reversible intramolecular folding into polypeptide... Show more
July 2, 2021
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Controlling Polymer Morphologies by Intramolecular and Intermolecular Dynamic Covalent Iron(III)/Catechol Complexation – From Polypeptide Single Chain Nanoparticles to Hydrogels
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