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Enzyme responsive materials : design strategies and future developments

Zelzer, Mischa and Todd, Simon J. and Hirst, Andrew R. and McDonald, Tom O. and Ulijn, Rein (2012) Enzyme responsive materials : design strategies and future developments. Biomaterials Science, 1 (1). pp. 11-39.

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Abstract

Enzyme responsive materials (ERMs) are a class of stimuli responsive materials with broad application potential in biological settings. This review highlights current and potential future design strategies for ERMs and provides an overview of the present state of the art in the area.