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Low mucus penetration ability and cellular uptake seriously limit the effectiveness of local vaginal drug administration because of the rapid foreign particulate and pathogen removal property of the mucus layer. Our previous work proved that nanoparticles with a highly dense polyethylene glycol...
In this study, polyacrylonitrile (PAN) nanosheets with unimolecular thickness were successfully synthesized by cross-linking polymerization in the 2D nanospaces of a metal–organic framework. In contrast to 1D and 3D analogues, crystallization could be inhibited by the topological constraint of...
Understanding structure–mechanochemical reactivity relationships is important for informing the rational design of new stimuli-responsive polymers. To this end, establishing accurate reaction kinetics for mechanophore activation is a key objective. Here, we validate an initial rates method that...
Thiol–gold (S–Au) chemistry has been widely used in coating and functionalizing gold surfaces because it is robust and highly efficient. However, recent studies have shown that the S–Au-based self-assembled monolayers can lead to significant instability under external mechanical loading (e.g.,...
Conductive hydrogels are promising material candidates in fields ranging from flexible sensors and electronic skin applications to personalized medical monitoring. However, developing intrinsically conductive polymer hydrogels (ICPHs) with high mechanical properties and excellent printability is...
Polymerization-induced self-assembly (PISA) is typically performed to produce polymer nanoparticles featuring specific assembly morphologies. Herein, we demonstrate the use of PISA as a synthetic tool to direct gradient copolymer synthesis. Specifically, we leverage hydrophobicity-induced...
Polymer coatings with improved surface antibacterial properties are of great importance for the application and development of implantable medical devices. Herein, we report the design, preparation, and antibacterial properties of a series of brush polymers (Dex-KEs) with hydrophilic dextran...
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