Diblock-type supramacromolecule via biocomplementary hydrogen bonding.

@article{Noro2006DiblocktypeSV,
  title={Diblock-type supramacromolecule via biocomplementary hydrogen bonding.},
  author={Atsushi Noro and Yutaka Nagata and Atsushi Takano and Yushu Matsushita},
  journal={Biomacromolecules},
  year={2006},
  volume={7 6},
  pages={
          1696-9
        }
}
Control of nanostructure formation by a diblock-type supramacromolecule via biocomplementary hydrogen bonding has been achieved. Two different homopolymers, poly(4-trimethylsilylstyrene) and poly(styrene-d8), that are end-decorated with complementary oligonucleotides, i.e., thymidine phosphates and deoxyadenosine phosphates, were prepared by using the phosphoramidite method and blended successively. Association behavior in a blend solution was examined with NMR, and a cast bulk film obtained… 
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