Nanoassemblies driven by cyclodextrin-based inclusion complexation
Nanoscaled supramolecular systems have attracted significant attention because of their promising applications in many fields. This review focuses on recent advances in the construction of nanoassemblies driven by cyclodextrin (CD)-based inclusion complexation and their application in biomedical and biomimetic fields. As a result of the reversibility of the CD-based host–guest interactions, CD-based driving forces provide the opportunity to generate complex and sophisticated nanoassemblies with tunable properties.
- This article is part of the themed collection: Polymer Self-Assembly