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Chem. Sci. , 2019, Accepted Manuscript DOI : 10.1039/C9SC02128K, Edge Article. Open Access. This article is licensed under a. Ruidi Wang, Jiayu Li, Xiumei Li, Jin Guo, Junqiu Liu, Hongbin Li The giant muscle protein titin is the largest protein in the cell and responsible for the passive elasticity of muscles. Titin, made of hundreds of individually folded globular domains, is... The content of this RSS Feed © The Royal Society of Chemistry.
Two isomeric all‐acceptor copolymers are synthesized by a new direct arylation polycondensation route. The isomerism affects the optoelectronic, molecular packing, and electron transporting properties. The highly crystalline isomer polymer P2 produces highly stable transistors with the excellent electron mobility of 2.55 cm2 V−1 s−1. Abstract. The direct arylation polycondensation (DArP) appeared as an efficient method for producing semiconducting polymers but often requires acceptor monomers with orienting or activating groups for the reactive carbon‐hydrogen (C‐H) bonds, which limits the choice of acceptor units. In this study, we describe a DArP for producing high‐molecular‐weight all‐acceptor polymers composed of the acceptor monomers wi.
Star‐shaped: A general strategy leads to the creation of permanently ligated thermoresponsive nanoparticles with tunable dimensions and compositions by utilizing a rationally designed starlike diblock copolymer (PNIPAM) as a nanoreactor. Studies of the nanoparticles, showing two seemingly contradictory observations on both temperature‐dependent optical and catalytic properties, have led to the reconciliation of data. LCST=lower critical solution temperature. Abstract. Thermoresponsive nanoparticles (NPs) represent an important hybrid material comprising functional NPs with temperature‐sensitive polymer ligands. Strikingly, significant discrepancies in optical and catalytic properties of thermoresponsive noble‐metal NPs have been reported, an.
Innate immune activation is an important hallmark in fighting infectious diseases and cancer and can be provoked by potent small molecule agonists of pathogen associated molecular patterns. However, uncontrolled triggering evokes systemic inflammatory immune responses and has hampered clinical translation of several classes of small molecule immune‐modulators such as imidazoquinoline TLR7/8 agonists. Taking advantage of the inherent serum protein‐binding property of lipid motifs and their tendency to accumulate in lymphoid tissue we design amphiphilic lipid‐polymer conjugates that confer suppression of systemic inflammation but provoke potent lymph node immune activation. In our work we provide a rational base for the design of lipid‐polyme.


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