Zhen Gu at Joint UNC/NC State Department of Biomedical Engineering gives an overview of the recent advances in protein nanogels for biomedical applications
Lienkamp and coworkers propose polymer surfaces with antimicrobial and antifouling functionalities designed to fight biofilm formation in medical devices.
Short engineered protein sequences have been used to initiate the simultaneous synthesis of two inorganic species in desired locations with nanoscale accuracy.
Researchers at Nankai University report the design and engineering of a recombinant protein that can be used for drug-delivering hydrogels.
Protein-based photoelectrochemical cell produces a direct current under continuous light but a novel alternating current under discontinuous illumination.
Technique finds new use in patterning polymers to control cells and proteins.
Thermal transitions and structural relaxations in protein-based thermoplastics are reviewed by New Zealand researchers.
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The Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry highlights some important research in the latest issue.
Researchers use whey protein to stabilise nanotransporter and control pH-dependent drug release.