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Title Bio-synthetic hybrid materials and bionanoparticles : a biological chemical approach towards material science / editors: Alexander Boker, Patrick van Rijn
Published [Cambridge] : Royal Society of Chemistry, 2015

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Series RSC smart materials ; 16
RSC smart materials ; 16.
Contents 880-01 Cover; Bio-Synthetic Hybrid Materials and Bionanoparticles A Biological Chemical Approach Towards Material Science; Preface; Contents; Chapter 1 -- Synthetic Modifications of Proteins; 1.1 Introduction: General Approaches to Protein Modification; 1.2 Amino Acid Targeting for Synthetic Protein Modification; 1.3 Synthetic Approaches for Polymer-Protein Hybrid Structures; 1.4 Non-Covalent Approaches for Polymer-Protein Conjugates; 1.5 Protein-Nanoparticle Hybrids via Surface Conjugation; 1.6 Biocatalytic Approaches for Biohybrid Structures; 1.7 Discussion and Conclusion; References
880-01/(S 3.5.2 Detection of the Covalent Modifications of Cys545 using MALDI-TOF-MS3.5.3 Detection of the Covalent Modifications of Cys545 Using the Cysteine Titration Method; 3.5.4 Evaluation of the Secondary Structure of the Grubbs-Hoveyda-FhuA ΔCVFTEV Hybrid Catalyst by CD; 3.5.5 Catalytic Properties of the Grubbs-Hoveyda-FhuA ΔCVFTEV Hybrid Catalyst; 3.6 Prospects and Challenges for the Application of FhuA; Acknowledgements; References; Chapter 4 -- Altering the Function and Properties of Plant Viral Assemblies via Genetic Modification; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Icosahedral VNPs
Chapter 2 -- Inorganic-Protein Hybrid Bionanostructures2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Protein-Inorganic Hybrid Nanostructures via Nanoparticle Templating; 2.3 Protein-Templated Synthesis of Inorganic Structures; 2.3.1 Globular Protein Cages for Particle Synthesis; 2.3.1.1 Cavity Confined; 2.3.1.2 Surface Confined; 2.3.2 Anisotropic Protein Structures for Particle Synthesis; 2.3.2.1 Cavity Confined; 2.3.2.2 Surface Confined; 2.4 Morphology Control of Inorganic-Protein Hybrid Structures; 2.5 Discussion and Conclusion; References
Chapter 3 -- Channel Protein FhuA as a Promising Biomolecular Scaffold for Bioconjugates3.1 Introduction; 3.2 FhuA; 3.3 The Pore-Forming Ability of FhuA Variants in Black Lipid Membranes Investigated by Single-Channel Electrical Recording; 3.4 FhuA as a Channel for Molecule Translocation in/out of Liposomes and Polymersomes; 3.4.1 Triggered Compound Release Through FhuA in Liposomes and Polymersomes; 3.4.2 Re-engineering of FhuA for Different Geometries; 3.5 FhuA as a Protein Scaffold for Hybrid Catalysts; 3.5.1 Re-engineering of FhuA to Accommodate Metal Catalysts
4.2.1 Cowpea Chlorotic Mottle Virus (CCMV)4.2.2 Brome Mosaic Virus (BMV); 4.2.3 Red Clover Necrotic Mosaic Virus (RCNMV); 4.2.4 Hibiscus Chlorotic Ringspot Virus (HCRSV); 4.2.5 Cowpea Mosaic Virus (CPMV); 4.2.6 Tomato Bushy Stunt Virus (TBSV); 4.2.7 Turnip Yellow Mosaic Virus (TYMV); 4.3 Rod-Shaped Viruses; 4.3.1 Tobacco Mosaic Virus (TMV); 4.3.2 Potato Virus X (PVX); 4.4 Bioconjugation to VNPs Using Natural Amino Acids; 4.5 Future Prospects: Bioconjugation to VNPs Using Unnatural Amino Acids; 4.6 Future Prospects: Virus Engineering -- Functionalization and Stabilization; 4.7 Summary
Summary There is much interest in using biological structures for the fabrication of new functional materials. Recent developments in the particle character and behaviour of proteins and viral particles have had a major impact on the development of novel nanoparticle systems with new functions and possibilities. Bio-Synthetic Hybrid Materials and Bionanoparticles approaches the subject by covering the basics of disciplines involved as well as recent advances in new materials. The first section of the book focusses on the design and synthesis of different bionanoparticles and hybrid structures including the use of genetic modification as well as by organic synthesis. The second section of the book looks at the self-assembling behaviour of bionanoparticles to form new materials. The final section looks at bionanoparticle-based functional systems and materials including chapters on biomedical applications and electronic systems and devices. Edited by leading scientists in bionanoparticles, the book is a collaboration between scientists with different backgrounds and perspectives which will initiate the next generation of bio-based structures, materials and devices
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and index
Notes English
Online resource; title from title details screen (Royal Society of Chemistry, viewed September 22, 2015)
Subject Nanostructured materials.
Nanoparticles.
Chemistry.
Materials science.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Materials Science.
SCIENCE -- Chemistry -- General.
Nanoparticles.
Nanostructured materials.
Form Electronic book
Author Boker, Alexander, editor
Rijn, Patrick van, editor
Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain)
ISBN 9781782622109
9781849738224
1782622101
184973822X