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Tailoring multivalent interactions in the design of biomaterials

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Multivalent interactions control many biological processes and can be exploited in the design of materials selectively responsive to specific cells. The use of recombinant methods for the production of such scaffolds has yielded functional polypeptide templates capable of forming multiple morphologies and with potential applications ranging from drug delivery to device manufacture.

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