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Novel water-insoluble polymers, which are degraded and solubilized by the action of specific proteolytic enzymes, were successfully synthesized from α-amino acid, 1,2-ethanediol, and adipic acid.
Water-insoluble four-component polymers, comprising glycine (Gly), phenylalanine (Phe), 1,2-ethanediol, and adipic acid, were synthesized. These polymers exhibited degrading solubilization upon… Continue Reading
To help to understand lubrication in order to design a good lubricant, a glass surface is modified by various monomolecular layers or bilayers (polymer on monolayer) and their effects on the… Continue Reading
Several kinds of silicon-containing resist materials for bi-layer resist systems devel-oped in our' Laboratories are reported. For negative working resists,… Continue Reading
Abstract It was found that viologen (propyl viologen) acted as an Electron Transfer Catalyst (ETC) in the reduction of aryl ketones with zinc powder. α-Diketones undertook the two-electron reduction… Continue Reading
Novel biodegradable poly(amide-ester)s were successfully synthesized from antibiotic penicillin, utilizing a nucleophilic addition of primary amines to the β-lactam ring of penicillin.