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Dynamic remodelling of disordered protein aggregates is an alternative pathway to achieve robust self-assembly of nanostructures

Corresponding authors
Materials Science & Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, USA
Chemical Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, USA
Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, USA
Stanford Institute for Materials and Energy Science, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Menlo Park, USA
Soft Matter, 2013,9, 9137-9145

DOI: 10.1039/C3SM50830G
Received 22 Mar 2013, Accepted 30 May 2013
First published online 30 May 2013

This article is part of themed collection: Directed self-assembly and 2013 Hot Papers
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