Catechol functionalized hyperbranched polymers as biomedical materials

Volume: 78, Pages: 47 - 55
Published: Mar 1, 2018
Abstract
The catechol plays a variety of important roles in biological processes, prompting researchers to include them in the design of biomimetic biomedical materials. The low molecular weight and good water solubility of the catechol group (or its derivatives) make it a good candidate for functionalizing biomaterials that can be typically achieved by grafting it onto a polymer chain. To fully harness the powerful capabilities of catechols, one can...
Paper Details
Title
Catechol functionalized hyperbranched polymers as biomedical materials
Published Date
Mar 1, 2018
Volume
78
Pages
47 - 55
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