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000221034 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1002/adma.201104072
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000221034 245__ $$aHierarchical Formation of Supramolecular Transient Networks in Water: A Modular Injectable Delivery System
000221034 260__ $$bWiley-Blackwell$$c2012
000221034 269__ $$a2012
000221034 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000221034 520__ $$aA modular one-component supramolecular transient network in water, based on poly(ethylene glycol) and end-capped with four-fold hydrogen bonding units, is reported. Due to its nonlinear structural formation, this system allows active proteins to be added to the hydrogel during formation. Once implanted in vivo it releases the protein by erosion of both the protein and polymer via dissolution.
000221034 700__ $$aDankers, Patricia Y. W.
000221034 700__ $$aHermans, Thomas M.
000221034 700__ $$aBaughman, Travis W.
000221034 700__ $$aKamikawa, Yuko
000221034 700__ $$aKieltyka, Roxanne E.
000221034 700__ $$0250285$$aBastings, Maartje$$g270858
000221034 700__ $$aJanssen, Henk M.
000221034 700__ $$aSommerdijk, Nico A. J. M.
000221034 700__ $$aLarsen, Antje
000221034 700__ $$aVan Luyn, Marja J. A.
000221034 700__ $$aBosman, Anton W.
000221034 700__ $$aPopa, Eliane R.
000221034 700__ $$aFytas, George
000221034 700__ $$aMeijer, E. W.
000221034 773__ $$j24$$k20$$q2703-2709$$tAdvanced Materials
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