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Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, ISSN 1022-1352, 05/2014, Volume 215, Issue 10, pp. 945 - 957
The physical adsorption of block copolymers is a simple and reliable approach to functionalize the surface of organic or inorganic nanoparticles. This article... 
block copolymers | nanoparticles | polymer adsorption | polymer brushes | self‐assembly | self-assembly | POLYMER SCIENCE | OXIDE | MACROMOLECULES | MEMBRANES | MICELLES | AQUEOUS-SOLUTION | PROTEIN ADSORPTION | FORMULATION PROCESS | SURFACE | SILICA | Nanoparticles | Methods | Block copolymers | Copolymers | Solvents | Charging | Adsorption | Surface chemistry | Polarity | Dispersions | Polymers | Chemical Sciences
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Macromolecular Rapid Communications, ISSN 1022-1336, 10/2010, Volume 31, Issue 19, pp. 1664 - 1684
While polysaccharide graft copolymers and glycopolymers have been widely studied and used in various applications, linear block copolymer structures combining... 
polysaccharides | biodegradability | block copolymers | biopolymers | self‐assembly | DIBLOCK COPOLYMERS | SHAPED HYBRID POLYMERS | POLYMER SCIENCE | CLICK CHEMISTRY | EMULSION POLYMERIZATION | TRANSFER RADICAL POLYMERIZATION | AQUEOUS-SOLUTION | WELL-DEFINED GLYCOPOLYMER | self-assembly | GRAFT-COPOLYMERIZATION | ROD-COIL | BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS | Polymers | Chemical Sciences
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Biomacromolecules, ISSN 1525-7797, 05/2003, Volume 4, Issue 3, pp. 641 - 648
Physicochemical properties of a homogeneous series of chitosans with different degrees of acetylation and almost the same degree of polymerization were... 
POLYMER SCIENCE | ACETYLATION | BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY | STATIC LIGHT-SCATTERING | POLYMER | CHITIN | CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC | SYSTEMS | SIZE-EXCLUSION CHROMATOGRAPHY | POLYELECTROLYTE | GEL | Chitin - analogs & derivatives | Solutions | Chemical Phenomena | Water - chemistry | Chitin - chemistry | Chitosan | Chemistry, Physical
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by Vallejo-Vaz, Antonio J and De Marco, Martina and Stevens, Christophe A.T and Akram, Asif and Freiberger, Tomas and Hovingh, G. Kees and Kastelein, John J.P and Mata, Pedro and Raal, Frederick J and Santos, Raul D and Santos, Lourdes E and Soran, Handrean and Watts, Gerald F and Abifadel, Marianne and Aguilar-Salinas, Carlos A and Al-khnifsawi, Mutaz and AlKindi, Fahad A and Alnouri, Fahad and Alonso, Rodrigo and Al-Rasadi, Khalid and Al-Sarraf, Ahmad and Ashavaid, Tester F and Binder, Christoph J and Bogsrud, Martin P and Bourbon, Mafalda and Bruckert, Eric and Chlebus, Krzysztof and Corral, Pablo and Descamps, Olivier and Durst, Ronen and Ezhov, Marat and Fras, Zlatko and Genest, Jacques and Groselj, Urh and Harada-Shiba, Mariko and Kayikcioglu, Meral and Lalic, Katarina and Lam, Carolyn S.P and Latkovskis, Gustavs and Laufs, Ulrich and Liberopoulos, Evangelos and Lin, Jie and Maher, Vincent and Majano, Nelson and Marais, A. David and März, Winfried and Mirrakhimov, Erkin and Miserez, André R and Mitchenko, Olena and Nawawi, Hapizah M and Nordestgaard, Børge G and Paragh, György and Petrulioniene, Zaneta and Pojskic, Belma and Postadzhiyan, Arman and Reda, Ashraf and Reiner, Željko and Sadoh, Wilson E and Sahebkar, Amirhossein and Shehab, Abdullah and Shek, Aleksander B and Stoll, Mario and Su, Ta-Chen and Subramaniam, Tavintharan and Susekov, Andrey V and Symeonides, Phivos and Tilney, Myra and Tomlinson, Brian and Truong, Thanh-Huong and Tselepis, Alexandros D and Tybjærg-Hansen, Anne and Vázquez-Cárdenas, Alejandra and Viigimaa, Margus and Vohnout, Branislav and Widén, Elisabeth and Yamashita, Shizuya and Banach, Maciej and Gaita, Dan and Jiang, Lixin and Nilsson, Lennart and Schunkert, Heribert and Tokgözoğlu, Lale and Car, Josip and Catapano, Alberico L and Ray, Kausik K and EAS Familial Hypercholesterolaemia and EAS Familial Hypercholestero and EAS Familial Hypercholesterolaemia Studies Collaboration and EAS Familial Hypercholesterolaemia Studies Collaboration (FHSC) Investigators and Avdelningen för kardiovaskulär medicin and Medicinska fakulteten and Region Östergötland and Linköpings universitet and Institutionen för medicin och hälsa and Hjärt- och Medicincentrum and Kardiologiska kliniken US
Atherosclerosis, ISSN 0021-9150, 10/2018, Volume 277, pp. 234 - 255
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by Clark, Andrew G and Eisen, Michael B and Smith, Douglas R and Bergman, Casey M and Oliver, Brian and Markow, Therese A and Kaufman, Thomas C and Kellis, Manolis and Gelbart, William and Iyer, Venky N and Pollard, Daniel A and Sackton, Timothy B and Larracuente, Amanda M and Singh, Nadia D and Abad, Jose P and Abt, Dawn N and Adryan, Boris and Aguade, Montserrat and Akashi, Hiroshi and Anderson, Wyatt W and Aquadro, Charles F and Ardell, David H and Arguello, Roman and Artieri, Carlo G and Barbash, Daniel A and Barker, Daniel and Barsanti, Paolo and Batterham, Phil and Batzoglou, Serafim and Begun, Dave and Bhutkar, Arjun and Blanco, Enrico and Bosak, Stephanie A and Bradley, Robert K and Brand, Adrianne D and Brent, Michael R and Brooks, Angela N and Brown, Randall H and Butlin, Roger K and Caggese, Corrado and Calvi, Brian R and Bernardo De Carvalho, A and Caspi, Anat and Castrezana, Sergio and Celniker, Susan E and Chang, Jean L and Chapple, Charles and Chatterji, Sourav and Chinwalla, Asif and Civetta, Alberto and Clifton, Sandra W and Comeron, Josep M and Costello, James C and Coyne, Jerry A and Daub, Jennifer and David, Robert G and Delcher, Arthur L and Delehaunty, Kim and Do, Chuong B and Ebling, Heather and Edwards, Kevin and Eickbush, Thomas and Evans, Jay D and Filipski, Alan and Findeiß, Sven and Freyhult, Eva and Fulton, Lucinda and Fulton, Robert and Garcia, Ana C. L and Gardiner, Anastasia and Garfield, David A and Garvin, Barry E and Gibson, Greg and Gilbert, Don and Gnerre, Sante and Godfrey, Jennifer and Good, Robert and Gotea, Valer and Gravely, Brenton and Greenberg, Anthony J and Griffiths-Jones, Sam and Gross, Samuel and Guigo, Roderic and Gustafson, Erik A and Haerty, Wilfried and Hahn, Matthew W and Halligan, Daniel L and Halpern, Aaron L and Halter, Gillian M and Han, Mira V and Heger, Andreas and Hillier, LaDeana and Hinrichs, Angie S and Holmes, Ian and Hoskins, Roger A and Hubisz, Melissa J and Hultmark, Dan and Huntley, Melanie A and Jaffe, David B and Jagadeeshan, Santosh and ... and Drosophila 12 Genomes Consor and Broad Inst Whole Genome Ass and Broad Inst Genome Sequencing and Drosophila 12 Genomes Consortium and Medicinska fakulteten and Umeå centrum för molekylär patogenes (UCMP) (Medicinska fakulteten) and Umeå universitet
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Langmuir, ISSN 0743-7463, 11/2003, Volume 19, Issue 23, pp. 9896 - 9903
The neutralization of a homogeneous series of chitosans with degrees of acetylation (DA) varying between 1% and 71% was followed stepwise by static light... 
CHITIN | CHEMISTRY, PHYSICAL | ACETYLATION
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Applied Surface Science, ISSN 0169-4332, 01/2018, Volume 428, pp. 870 - 876
In order to obtain efficient electrophoretic inks, Tridodecylamine (Dod N), has been studied as charge control agent (CCA) in a non-polar paraffin solvent... 
Charge control agent | Surface charging | Mineral oxides | Electrophoretic ink | Non-polar solvent | ELECTRONIC INK | POLYMER PARTICLES | PHYSICS, CONDENSED MATTER | PHYSICS, APPLIED | SURFACTANTS | ENCAPSULATION | CHEMISTRY, PHYSICAL | COLLOIDS | APOLAR MEDIA | NANOPARTICLES | DISPLAYS | SOLVENTS | SILICA | MATERIALS SCIENCE, COATINGS & FILMS | Oxides | Optical properties | Polymers | Chemical Sciences
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