Modepalli, Vengama; Rodriguez, Alexandra; Liu, Ruipeng; Pavuluri, Sivapriya; Nicholas, Kevin R.; Barrow, Colin J; Nisbet, David; Williams, Richard J
Nanomaterials are rich in potential, particularly for the formation of scaffolds that mimic the landscape of the host environment of the cell. This niche arises from the spatial organization of a series of biochemical and biomechanical signals. Self-assembling peptides have emerged as an important tool in the development of functional (bio-)nanomaterials; these simple, easily synthesized subunits form structures which present the properties of these larger, more complex systems. Scaffolds based...[Show more]
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