Search Results for peptide-based-materials

Biomaterials 29:4164–4169 Hule RA, Nagarkar RP, Altunbas A et al (2008) Correlations between structure, material properties and bioproperties in self-assembled beta-hairpin peptide hydrogels. Faraday Discuss 139:251–264 Yan CQ, ...

Author: Timothy Deming

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642271397

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 174

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Synthesis of Polypeptides by Ring-Opening Polymerization of α-Amino Acid N-Carboxyanhydrides, by Jianjun Cheng and Timothy J. Deming.- Peptide Synthesis and Self-Assembly, by S. Maude, L. R. Tai, R. P. W. Davies, B. Liu, S. A. Harris, P. J. Kocienski and A. Aggeli.- Elastomeric Polypeptides, by Mark B. van Eldijk, Christopher L. McGann, Kristi L. Kiick andJan C. M. van Hest.- Self-Assembled Polypeptide and Polypeptide Hybrid Vesicles: From Synthesis to Application, by Uh-Joo Choe, Victor Z. Sun, James-Kevin Y. Tan and Daniel T. Kamei.- Peptide-Based and Polypeptide-Based Hydrogels for Drug Delivery and Tissue Engineering, by Aysegul Altunbas and Darrin J. Pochan.-
2012-01-10 By Timothy Deming

PeptideBased. Materials. for. Biomedical. Applications. Tiffany R. Walsh Abstract The molecular-level interactions between peptides and medically-relevant biomaterials, including nanoparticles, have the potential to advance technologies ...

Author: Anwar Sunna

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319660950

Category: Science

Page: 300

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Solid-binding peptides have been used increasingly as molecular building blocks in nanobiotechnology as they can direct the assembly and functionalisation of a diverse range of materials and have the ability to regulate the synthesis of nanoparticles and complex nanostructures. Nanostructured materials such as β-sheet fibril-forming peptides and α-helical coiled coil systems have displayed many useful properties including stimulus-responsiveness, modularity and multi-functionality, providing potential technological applications in tissue engineering, antimicrobials, drug delivery and nanoscale electronics. The current situation with respect to self-assembling peptides and bioactive matrices for regenerative medicine are reviewed, as well as peptide-target modeling and an examination of future prospects for peptides in these areas.
2017-10-26 By Anwar Sunna

(A) Double-crossover tile design showing the DNA strand modified with the RGDS peptide. ... 4,38,40,64,65 In this section we discuss self-assembled peptide-based materials that are covalently functionalized with DNA handles.

Author: Mustafa O. Guler

Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry

ISBN: 9781839161155

Category: Science

Page: 487

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Research and new tools in biomaterials development by using peptides are currently growing, as more functional and versatile building blocks are used to design a host of functional biomaterials via chemical modifications for health care applications. It is a field that is attracting researchers from across soft matter science, molecular engineering and biomaterials science. Covering the fundamental concepts of self-assembly, design and synthesis of peptides, this book will provide a solid introduction to the field for those interested in developing functional biomaterials by using peptide derivatives. The bioactive nature of the peptides and their physical properties are discussed in various applications in biomedicine. This book will help researchers and students working in biomaterials and biomedicine fields and help their understanding of modulating biological processes for disease diagnosis and treatments.
2020-11-26 By Mustafa O. Guler



ISBN: 908240401X



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Author: Alberto Bianco


ISBN: OCLC:838081970


Page: 96

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2011 By Alberto Bianco

realize that a broad three-stage control of precursor properties could be achieved in peptide-based materials. The stages are as follows: 1. Side-chain and backbone modifications: Functionalization of amino acid side-chains and chemical ...

Author: Carlos Aleman

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118592410

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 464

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Peptides are the building blocks of the natural world; with varied sequences and structures, they enrich materials producing more complex shapes, scaffolds and chemical properties with tailorable functionality. Essentially based on self-assembly and self-organization and mimicking the strategies that occur in Nature, peptide materials have been developed to accomplish certain functions such as the creation of specific secondary structures (a- or 310-helices, b-turns, b-sheets, coiled coils) or biocompatible surfaces with predetermined properties. They also play a key role in the generation of hybrid materials e.g. as peptide-inorganic biomineralized systems and peptide/polymer conjugates, producing smart materials for imaging, bioelectronics, biosensing and molecular recognition applications. Organized into four sections, the book covers the fundamentals of peptide materials, peptide nanostructures, peptide conjugates and hybrid nanomaterials, and applications with chapters including: Properties of peptide scaffolds in solution and on solid substrates Nanostructures, peptide assembly, and peptide nanostructure design Soft spherical structures obtained from amphiphilic peptides and peptide-polymer hybrids Functionalization of carbon nanotubes with peptides Adsorption of peptides on metal and oxide surfaces Peptide applications including tissue engineering, molecular switches, peptide drugs and drug delivery Peptide Materials: From Nanostructures to Applications gives a truly interdisciplinary review, and should appeal to graduate students and researchers in the fields of materials science, nanotechnology, biomedicine and engineering as well as researchers in biomaterials and bio-inspired smart materials.
2013-03-29 By Carlos Aleman

Mild synthetic conditions of bioinspired silica formation have allowed the formation of nanostructured silicas containing peptides, proteins and enzymes [69]. A key advantage of using bioinspired method is that the materials properties ...

Author: Paul M. Zelisko

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9789401794398

Category: Science

Page: 127

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The contributed volume addresses a wide range of topics including, but not limited to, biotechnology, synthetic chemistry, polymer chemistry and materials chemistry. The book will serve as a specialized review of the field of biologically inspired silicon-based structures. Researchers studying biologically inspired silicon materials chemistry will find this volume invaluable.
2014-11-14 By Paul M. Zelisko

3.2.1 General considerations Preparation strategies for peptide surfaces have to meet several general criteria. First, the immobilisation of the peptide-based material to the surface has to be stable under the conditions used for the ...

Author: Johnathan Zhang

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780857097170

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 324

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Surface modification of biomaterials can ultimately determine whether a material is accepted or rejected from the human body, and a responsive surface can further make the material "smart" and "intelligent". Switchable and Responsive Surfaces and Materials for Biomedical Applications outlines synthetic and biological materials that are responsive under different stimuli, their surface design and modification techniques, and applicability in regenerative medicine/tissue engineering, drug delivery, medical devices, and biomedical diagnostics. Part one provides a detailed overview of switchable and responsive materials and surfaces, exploring thermo-responsive polymers, environmentally responsive polyelectrolytes and zwitterionic polymers, as well as peptide-based and photonic sensitive switchable materials. Further chapters include a detailed overview of the preparation and analysis of switchable polymer brushes and copolymers for biomedical application. Part two explores the biological interactions and biomedical applications of switchable surfaces, where expert analysis is provided on the interaction of switchable surfaces with proteins and cells. The interaction of stimuli-sensitive polymers for tissue engineering and drug delivery with biosurfaces is critiqued, whilst the editor provides a skillful study into the application of responsive polymers in implantable medical devices and biosensors. A comprehensive overview of switchable and responsive materials and surfaces Includes in depth analysis of thermo-responsive polymers, photonic sensitive materials and peptide-based surfaces Detailed exploration of biological interactions of responsive and switchable surfaces, covering stimuli-sensitive polymers for drug delivery, surfaces with proteins/cells and application of polymers in medical devices
2014-12-11 By Johnathan Zhang

Here we will focus on peptide-based materials that can be switched between the main conformational structures of peptides: a-helix, b-sheet and random coil. A transition between these can often be ascribed to a change in intramolecular ...

Author: Hans-Jörg Schneider

Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry

ISBN: 9781782620624

Category: Science

Page: 529

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Smart materials stimulated by chemical or biological signals are of interest for their many applications including drug delivery, as well as in new sensors and actuators for environmental monitoring, process and food control, and medicine. In contrast to other books on responsive materials, this volume concentrates on materials which are stimulated by chemical or biological signals. Chemoresponsive Materials introduces the area with chapters covering different responsive material systems including hydrogels, organogels, membranes, thin layers, polymer brushes, chemomechanical and imprinted polymers, nanomaterials, silica particles, as well as carbohydrate- and bio-based systems. Many promising applications are highlighted, with an emphasis on drug delivery, sensors and actuators. With contributions from internationally known experts, the book will appeal to graduate students and researchers in academia, healthcare and industry interested in functional materials and their applications.
2015-07-13 By Hans-Jörg Schneider

In recent years, application fields of peptide-based materials have been consistently developing. These materials are nonimmunogenic, biocompatible, biodegradable, and easily modifiable. Peptide-based nanomaterials are therefore an ...

Author: Mehdi Razavi

Publisher: Woodhead Publishing

ISBN: 9780081009680

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 340

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Nanobiomaterials Science, Development and Evaluation examines the practical aspects of producing nanostructured biomaterials for a range of applications. With a strong focus on materials, such as metals, ceramics, polymers, and composites, the book also examines nanostructured coatings and toxicology aspects. Chapters in Part One look at materials classes and their synthesis with information on all major material groups. Part Two focuses on nanostructured coatings and practical aspects associated with the use of nanobiomaterials in vivo. This book brings together the work of international contributors who are actively engaged on the forefront of research in their respective disciplines, and is a valuable resource for materials scientists in academia, industry, and all those who wish to broaden their knowledge in the allied field. Focuses on the synthesis and evaluation techniques for a range of nanobiomaterials Examines nanostructured inorganic coatings for biomaterials Discusses issues related to the toxicology of nanobiomaterials Presents the practical aspects of nanobiomaterials
2017-05-22 By Mehdi Razavi