Crystal Engineering of Self-Assembled Porous Protein Materials in Living Cells.

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Crystalline porous materials have been investigated for development of important applications in molecular storage, separations, and catalysis. The potential of protein crystals is increasing as they become better understood. Protein crystals have been regarded as porous materials because they present highly ordered 3D arrangements of protein molecules with… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.6b06099

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@article{Abe2017CrystalEO, title={Crystal Engineering of Self-Assembled Porous Protein Materials in Living Cells.}, author={Satoshi Abe and Hiroyasu Tabe and Hiroshi Ijiri and Keitaro Yamashita and Kunio Hirata and Kohei Atsumi and Takuya Shimoi and Masaki Akai and Hajime Mori and Susumu Kitagawa and Takafumi Ueno}, journal={ACS nano}, year={2017}, volume={11 3}, pages={2410-2419} }