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Charge complementary enzymatic reconfigurable polymeric nanostructures

Caponi, Pier-Francesco and Winnik, Francoise M. and Ulijn, Rein V. (2012) Charge complementary enzymatic reconfigurable polymeric nanostructures. Soft Matter, 8 (19). pp. 5127-5130. ISSN 1744-6848

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Abstract

We report on reconfigurable polymeric nanostructures based on ionic interactions between two Fmoc-amino acids coupled to polyoxazoline. The dimension, composition and thermal responsiveness of these structures can be selectively modified by the catalytic action of alkaline phosphatase.