Design and Synthesis of Peptides for Developing Biomaterials
Peptide Self-assembly Applied to Catalytic Asymmetric Aldol Reactions
The Use of
d-Amino Acids for Peptide Self-assembled Systems
Drug Delivery Applications of Peptide Materials
Glycosylated Peptide Materials
Ultrashort Tetrameric Peptide Nanogels Support Tissue Graft Formation, Wound Healing and 3D Bioprinting
Self-assembled Peptide Nanostructures for Antibacterial Applications
Peptide-based Biomaterials for Repair and Regeneration of the Intervertebral Disc
New Functions Emerging from Peptide–DNA Materials
About this book
Research and new tools in biomaterials development by using peptides are currently growing, as more functional and versatile building blocks are used to design a host of functional biomaterials via chemical modifications for health care applications. It is a field that is attracting researchers from across soft matter science, molecular engineering and biomaterials science.
Covering the fundamental concepts of self-assembly, design and synthesis of peptides, this book will provide a solid introduction to the field for those interested in developing functional biomaterials by using peptide derivatives. The bioactive nature of the peptides and their physical properties are discussed in various applications in biomedicine. This book will help researchers and students working in biomaterials and biomedicine fields and help their understanding of modulating biological processes for disease diagnosis and treatments.