Anchor peptides: A green and versatile method for polypropylene functionalization

  title={Anchor peptides: A green and versatile method for polypropylene functionalization},
  author={Kristin R{\"u}bsam and Benjamin Stomps and A. B{\"o}ker and Felix Jakob and U. Schwaneberg},
  • Kristin Rübsam, Benjamin Stomps, +2 authors U. Schwaneberg
  • Published 2017
  • Materials Science
  • Polymer
  • Abstract Polypropylene is one of the widest spread commodity polymers in plastic industry with an estimated global consumption of 62.4 million tons in 2020. Surface modification of polypropylene is required for its application as textile fibers, packaging material or filtration membranes. Modification of polypropylene is challenging due to absent functional surface groups. An anchor-peptide-based toolbox for green and versatile polypropylene functionalization was developed. Fusion proteins… CONTINUE READING
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