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Segment block dendrimers consisting of polyester and polyaryl ether dendrons were synthesized using reagent free Diels-Alder cycloaddition reactions. Three generations of furan functionalized polyaryl ether dendrons were reacted with maleimide functionalized polyester dendrons of the same generation to obtain segment block dendrimers in good yields. The… (More)
Hydrogels are crosslinked polymeric materials that play a vital role in many biomedical areas such as drug delivery, sensor technology, and tissue engineering. Increasing demand of these materials for such advanced applications has necessitated the development of hydrogels with complex chemical compositions such as incorporating small molecules and… (More)
On-demand delivery of therapeutics plays an essential role in simplifying and improving patient care. The high loading capacity of reduced graphene oxide (rGO) for drugs has made this matrix of particular interest for its hybridization with therapeutics. In this work, we describe the formulation of rGO impregnated poly(ethylene glycol) dimethacrylate based… (More)
Nanoimprint lithography (NIL) [ 1 ] is an important tool for generating 2D and 3D structures beyond the resolution of optical lithography. NIL is a scalable technique and can be adapted to high throughput roll-to-roll processing. The versatility of the NIL has made it an attractive strategy for a wide range of applications such as organic electronics, [ 2 ]… (More)
Diaminopyridine dendritic scaffolds encapsulate polymeric flavin via non-covalent interactions and demonstrate isolation of the redox moiety.
A novel and modular strategy has been developed for the preparation of reactive and functionalized hydrogels. In this strategy, thiol-epoxy coupling chemistry was employed for the formation of a hydrophilic network. The hydroxyl groups, generated during the coupling process, were then engaged in anchoring a fluorescent probe to the hydrogel scaffold.
Hydrogels have emerged as a versatile class of polymeric materials with a wide range of applications in biomedical sciences. The judicious choice of hydrogel precursors allows one to introduce the necessary attributes to these materials that dictate their performance towards intended applications. Traditionally, hydrogels were fabricated using either… (More)
We demonstrate a new approach to grafting thiol-reactive nanopatterned copolymer-brush structures on polymeric substrates by means of extreme ultraviolet (EUV) interference lithography. The copolymer brushes were designed to contain maleimide functional groups as thiol-reactive centers. Fluoropolymer films were exposed to EUV radiation at the X-ray… (More)
Asymmetric reduction of ketimines with trichlorosilane can be catalysed by the Lewis-basic N-methylvaline-derived formamide anchored to a soluble dendron () with good enantioselectivity (</=94% ee) and low catalyst loading (typically 5 mol%) at room temperature in toluene. This protocol represents an improvement and simplification of the isolation procedure… (More)
Fabrication of hydrophilic polymeric nanofibers that undergo facile and selective functionalization through metal catalyst-free Diels-Alder "click" reaction in aqueous environment is outlined. Electrospinning of copolymers containing an electron-rich furan moiety, hydrophobic methyl methacrylate units and hydrophilic poly(ethylene glycol)s as side chains… (More)