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Peptides and Peptide-based Biomaterials and their Biomedical Applications

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Erschienen am 26. Oktober 2017
XIII, 300 Seiten
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Solid-binding peptides have been used increasingly as molecular building blocks in nanobiotechnology as they can direct the assembly and functionalisation of a diverse range of materials and have the ability to regulate the synthesis of nanoparticles and complex nanostructures. Nanostructured materials such as ß-sheet fibril-forming peptides and a-helical coiled coil systems have displayed many useful properties including stimulus-responsiveness, modularity and multi-functionality, providing potential technological applications in tissue engineering, antimicrobials, drug delivery and nanoscale electronics. The current situation with respect to self-assembling peptides and bioactive matrices for regenerative medicine are reviewed, as well as peptide-target modeling and an examination of future prospects for peptides in these areas.
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1st ed. 2017
Sprache
Englisch
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Cham
Schweiz
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Springer International Publishing
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74 farbige Abbildungen, 37 s/w Abbildungen
XIII, 300 p. 111 illus., 74 illus. in color.
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12,65 MB
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978-3-319-66095-0 (9783319660950)
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10.1007/978-3-319-66095-0
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Anwar Sunna is an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Sciences at Macquarie University (MQ), Sydney, Australia. He obtained a PhD from the Hamburg University of Technology in Germany. He was manager of the Environmental Biotechnology Co-operative Research Centre at MQ and later was the recipient of the prestigious Vice-Chancellor's Innovation Fellowship. His recent research has been on the interaction between biomolecules and inorganic compounds including new synthetic peptide linkers with applications in the functionalisation of nanoparticles, bioimaging and cancer therapy. Anwar is a member of the MQ Biomolecular Discovery and Design Research Centre, MQ Biosecurity Futures Research Centre, Australian Research Council (ARC) Training Centre for Molecular Technology in the Food Industry and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Nanoscale BioPhotonics. He is also one of the directors of Synthetic Biology Australasia.
Andrew Care is a Research Fellow in the ARC Centre of Excellence for Nanoscale BioPhotonics, a transdisciplinary research centre that aims to develop innovative nanotechnologies to investigate complex living systems. He obtained his PhD from Macquarie University (MQ) in Sydney, Australia. Andrew is also a member of both the MQ Biomolecular Discovery and Design Research Centre and the MQ BioFocus Research Centre. His current research is focused on the development of engineered biomolecules, including solid-binding peptides, to control the self-assembly and biofunctionalisation of materials and biomolecules in a range of biomedical and biotechnological applications.
Peter Bergquist is Emeritus Professor in the Biomolecular Discovery and Design Research Centre at Macquarie University and Emeritus Professor in the Department of Molecular Medicine & Pathology at The University of Auckland Medical School. He has a PhD and DSc from the University of Auckland in New Zealand and has been a Postdoctoral Fellow and Research Fellow at Harvard Medical School, Yale and Oxford Universities and a Visiting Fellow at New York University School of Medicine. His recent publications reflect research performed with the Environmental Biotechnology Co-operative Research Centre in Australia and he developed research expertise in gas phase catalysis and biofunctionalisation of inorganic matrices containing silica. He has been on the editorial boards of several significant journals such as Applied and Environmental Microbiology and Journal of Bacteriology.
IntroductionBinding peptides for the functionalisation of nanomaterials in biomedicine Peptide-based biopolymers in biomedicine and biotechnology Cell penetrating peptides Bioactive peptides Nanostructured materials constructed from peptides Peptides for the synthesis of biomaterials and biomedical electronics Self-assembling peptides for tissue Peptide-based bioactive matrices for regenerative medicineAntimicrobial peptides Peptides and drug delivery Peptide-target interaction modelling

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