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Hamley, Ian W. (2014)
Publisher: American Chemical Society
Languages: English
Types: Article
The remarkable diversity of the self-assembly behavior\ud of PEG−peptides is reviewed, including self-assemblies formed by PEG−peptides with β-sheet and α-helical (coiled-coil) peptide sequences. The modes of self-assembly in solution and in the solid state are discussed. Additionally, applications in bionanotechnology and synthetic materials science are summarized.
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