16 datasets for European Polymer Journal
Data for: pH-Responsive benzaldehyde-functionalized PEG-based polymeric nanoparticles for drug delivery: effect of preparation method on morphology, dye encapsulation and attachment
Contributors: Efrosyni Themistou, Mona Semsarilar, Gemma Black, Daniel Lavery, Tom Gibson, Gavin Irvine, chris scott, Peter Smyth
... Supplementary material
Data for: Imidodiphosphorimidate (IDPi) as an efficient organocatalyst for controlled/living ring-opening polymerization of lactones
Contributors: Saihu Liao, Xun Zhang, Qiang Ma, QingGang Wang, Siping Hu
... Supplementary material
Data for: Folic Acid and Rhodamine Labelled pH Responsive Hyperbranched Polymers: synthesis, characterization and cell uptake studies
Contributors: Hongyun Tai, Wenxin Wang, Martina Salerno, Xi Wang, Edgar Hartsuiker, Chester Blackburn
... Supplementary Materials: Figure S1 1H NMR of synthesized HBP5050, Figure S2 1H NMR of synthesized HBP4060, Figure S3 1H NMR of synthesized HBP3070, Figure S4 PCS peak output as a function of intensity for HBP4060 in differing pH media, Figure S5 PCS output for HBP4060pegf¬ as a function of intensity, Figure S6 SEC Trace for HBPs HBP3070 (Green) HBP4060 (Blue) HBP5050 (Red), Figure S7 UV-VIS Spectra for HBP and HBP folate conjugates with RAFT agent peak identification, Figure S8 1H NMR of synthesized HBP4060pegf , Table S1 Summarization of Figure S4, Table S2 Summarization of figure S5. E1 Experimental procedures.
Contributors: Kyukwan Zong, Mi-Jung Choi, Seok-In Na, Kyeong-Ha Song, Hyokwon Kim
... Device optimizations for OPVs are described in detail such as the solvent, PCBM, film thickness, additive, so on.
Data for: Promising anti-amyloid behavior of cationic pyridylphenylene dendrimers: role of structural features and mechanism of action
Contributors: Svetlana Sorokina, Vladimir Muronetz, Yulia Stroylova, Zinaida Shifrina, Sofya Tishina
... The study describes the ability of cationic pyridylphenylene dendrimers of the second (G2), third (G3) and fourth (G4) generations to efficiently suppress the amyloid transformation of full-length ovine prion protein. The dendrimers are able to inhibit both the formation of the most toxic soluble oligomers and amyloid fibrils. monitor the secondary structure changes of PrP during oligomerization in the presence of dendrimers, circular dichroism spectroscopy (CD) was performed. CD molar elipticity.opj file collects raw circular dichroism data of the structures obtained when prevented prion protein oligomer formation by the dendrimers. Conversion CD to molar elipticity.xlsx file provides the information about molar elipticity calculation. The data show the formation of beta-sheet structure after incubation of PrP at 65 °C for 150 min without dendrimers, while addition of the dendrimers resulted in the mixed α/β structure. The formation of protein oligomers was monitored by dynamic light scattering (DLS). Sorokina_oligomers_dls.dts file consists of raw dynamic light scattering data to be opened in Zetasizer Software. The analysis revealed the formation of PrP oligomers of 21 nm in size, while a clear decrease in particle sizes was observed for G3. An absence of the conversion capacity of PrP-dendrimer complexes obtained when prevented amyloid fibril formation was tested using amyloid seeding assay. For the goal, the complexes resulted in the process of inhibition of amyloid fibril formation by the dendrimers were separated and thoroughly washed from the mixture and added as a seed to the native PrP. Seeding raw data.xslx file summarizes the raw thioflavine T fluorescence data and seeding.opj file represents the statistic calculation. It can be seen that even at low concentrations of 5 and 10 μM dendrimers significantly decrease the fluorescence intensity in comparison with that of the control. The highest impact was observed for G4 that inhibited the process at a concentration of 1 μM. The observations indicate the absence of conversion capacity in the protein-dendrimer complexes as they did not induce the conversion of the native PrP into abnormal form.
Contributors: Hsuan Ying Chen, Cheng-Jie Lian, Michael Chiang, Wei-Yi Lu, Kuohui Wu, Yi-Chen Lin, Bao-Tsan Ko, Chu-Chieh Lin
... All the kinetic data and 1H and 13C NMR spectra were in this file
Data for: One step synthesis of monodisperse thiol-ene clickable polymer microspheres and application on biological functionalization
Contributors: Zhaohua Zeng, Jianwen Yang, Yongping Huang, Jiayu Yuan, Jianhua Tang
... 1. Confocal microscope raw data for Fig. 10 in the manuscript. 2. GPC raw data for P(THPAA)-TTC and P(THPAA-b-AA)-TTC. These raw data were treated by Origin Pro 9.2, giving the GPC curves (Fig. 1) 3. NMR raw data for biotin-succinimide (Fig. S3), biotin disulfide (Fig. S4), DDMAT (RAFT agent), THPAA (functional monomer, Fig. S1), PTHPAA120-b-AA200 (macro-RAFT agent, Fig. S1) and PMMA microspheres (Fig. 4). 4. SEM processed data by Image pro 6.0 for particle size statistics, giving size distribution histogram (Fig. 3). 5. UV-VIS raw data for Fig. 8 and Fig. 9. 6. XPS raw data for PMMA microspheres before and after biotin click (Fig. 7)
Data for: Electrospun poly(vinylidene fluoride-trifluoroethylene) based flexible magnetoelectric nanofibers
Contributors: Netzahualpille Hernandez, Virgilio González, Nancy Ornelas, Jose Manuel Barandiaran, Isaen Dzul, Jon Gutierrez
... SEM microscopy of fibers fabricated by electrospinning
Data for: A Novel Waterborne Polyurethane Coating Functionalized by Isobornyl Acrylate with Enhanced Antibacterial Adhesion and Hydrophobic Property
Contributors: Lin Wei, Jianhui Wu, Changdao Mu, Chunhua Wang
... The raw date in our manuscript are true
Data for: Size Control of Cross-Linked Carboxy-Functionalized Polystyrene Particles: Four Orders of Magnitude of Dimensional Versatility
Contributors: Kristin Hutchins, Nina Sekerak, Jin Gu Kang, Binbin Luo, Qian Chen, Paul Braun
... This file contains the supplementary data for the manuscript titled, "Size Control of Cross-Linked Carboxy-Functionalized Polystyrene Particles: Four Orders of Magnitude of Dimensional Versatility" and includes experimental details, NMR and IR spectra, SEM images, optical images, DLS data, and movies of particles in organic solvents.