1 article(s) from Schillinger, Eva-Kathrin
Various morphological organization examples of fibrillar aggregates that can be formed by polymer b...
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Synthesis of quaterthiophene-β-sheet-peptide hybrid 1 ; (i) Hg(II)OAc2, CHCl3, 0 °C → r.t., 14 h; I2...
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Synthesis of quaterthiophene-β-sheet-peptide hybrid 6 ; (i) POCl3, DMF, dichloroethane, reflux, 3 h...
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The A–B–A-type hybrid 1 in the deprotected, but still kinked, form 1'.
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AFM height images of hybrid 1' on mica from a 1:1 DCM/MeOH solution; a) left: Network of fibers aft...
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AFM images of the switched PEO–peptide–quaterthiophene–peptide–PEO compound 1 .
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A–B system 6' in deprotected, but still kinked, form.
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AFM height images of 6' on mica from a 1:1 DCM/MeOH solution. a) left: Image of fibers obtained aft...
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AFM height and amplitude images of fully switched PEO–peptide–quaterthiophene 6 on mica . a) left: ...
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Calculated minimum energy conformation of oligothiophene–oligopeptide hybrid 1' in the three Cartes...
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a) Schematic representation of hybrid 1. Black coils: PEO chains, green arrow: Peptide strand; yell...
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Model for the self-assembly of hybrid 6', based on the theoretically calculated conformation of 6' ...
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Theoretical analysis workflow (see text).
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Constructed periodic crystalline cells for (a) antiparallel and (b) parallel arrangement of peptide...
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Possible options for the arrangement of β-sheets in a cross-β motif. Two identical sheets can be cl...
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Schematic representations of constructed double-layer periodic arrangements from the hybrid molecul...
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Snapshots of four different types of fibrils at the initial conformation (a1, b1, c1, d1) and after...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2011, 2, 525–544, doi:10.3762/bjnano.2.57
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