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Endowing soft nano-objects with enzyme-mimetic activity via single-chain technology

AuthorsPomposo, José A.
Issue Date2015
Citation250th ACS National Meeting (2015)
AbstractUltra-small unimolecular soft nano-objects endowed with useful, autonomous and smart functions are the expected, long-term valuable output of single chain technology. In recent years different soft nano-objects have been synthesized via single chain technology through chain compaction, such as dynamic, letter-shaped and compositionally unsymmetrical single rings, complex multi-ring systems, single chain nanoparticles, tadpoles, dumbbells and hairpins. This lecture will present our latest advances in the field of endowing single-chain nano-objects with enzyme-mimetic characteristics.
DescriptionResumen del trabajo presentado al 250 American Chemical Society National Metting and Expositio: "Innovation from Discovery to Application", celebrado en Boston (USA) del 16 al 20 de agosto de 2015.
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