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Supramolecular enzyme engineering in complex nanometer-thin biomimetic organosilica layers
The use of enzymes in industrial processes is often hampered by their limited stability under operational conditions. As enzymes' function and stability are directly correlated to their three-dimensional structure, ...
Enzyme Shielding in an Enzyme-thin and Soft Organosilica Layer
The fragile nature of most enzymes is a major hindrance to their use in industrial processes. Herein, we describe a synthetic chem. strategy to produce hybrid org./inorg. nanobiocatalysts; it exploits the self-assembly ...
Immobilization of an artificial imine reductase within silica nanoparticles improves its performances
Silica nanoparticles equipped with an artificial imine reductase (biotinylated iridium complex conjugated with streptavidin) display marked redn. activity toward cyclic imines and NAD. The method, based on immobilization ...
Binding of calixarene-based Langmuir monolayers to mercury chloride is dependent on the amphiphile structure
Two amphiphilic calixarenes bearing four dodecyl chains at the lower rim and two amino functions (vicinal and distal) at the para-phenolic positions have been synthesized. Surface-pressure vs. mol.-area isotherms ...
Virus-like particles as virus substitutes to design artificial virus-recognition nanomaterials
(Royal Society of Chemistry, 2015-01-05)
Functional recognition imprints of virus-like particles, at the surface of silica particles, were generated following a strategy based on protein-templated polycondensation of organosilanes.