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Polydopamine-coated open cell polyurethane foam as an efficient and easy-to-regenerate soft structured catalytic support (S2CS) for the reduction of dye
Reduction kit, reducing composition and use of said kit and composition
Review of Electrochemically Triggered Macromolecular Film Buildup Processes and Their Biomedical Applications.
Surface-Assisted Self-Assembly Strategies Leading to Supramolecular Hydrogels
Spray-assisted polyelectrolyte multilayer buildup: from step-by-step to single-step polyelectrolyte film constructions.
Polydopamine-coated open cell polyurethane foams as an inexpensive, flexible yet robust catalyst support: a proof of concept
Mussel-Inspired Electro-Cross-Linking of Enzymes for the Development of Biosensors
Electrochemistry on Stretchable Nanocomposite Electrodes: Dependence on Strain
Borohydride-functionalized polydopamine-coated open cell polyurethane foam as a reusable soft structured material for reduction reactions: Application to the removal of a dye
Reversible Soft Mechanochemical Control of Biaryl Conformations through Crosslinking in a 3D Macromolecular Network
Borohydride-functionalized polydopamine-coated open cell polyurethane foam as a reusable soft structured material for reduction reactions
Robust Alginate-Catechol@Polydopamine Free-Standing Membranes Obtained from the Water/Air Interface
Selective Nanotrench Filling by One-Pot Electroclick Self-Constructed Nanoparticle Films
Electrochemically Triggered Assembly of Films: A One-Pot Morphogen-Driven Buildup
Catalytic Saloplastics: Alkaline Phosphatase Immobilized and Stabilized in Compacted Polyelectrolyte Complexes
Enzyme-assisted self-assembly within a hydrogel induced by peptide diffusion
Autonomous Growth of a Spatially Localized Supramolecular Hydrogel with Autocatalytic Ability
Self-Construction of Supramolecular Polyrotaxane Films by an Electrotriggered Morphogen-Driven Process
Self-construction of supramolecular polyrotaxane films by an electrotriggered morphogen-driven process.
Coating of polydopamine on polyurethane open cell foams to design soft structured support for molecular catalysts

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