RAFT POLYMERISATION DISSERTATION

These hybrid structures are found to be able to stabilise the formation of discrete, well-defined polymer nanoparticles at elevated temperatures. Chapter 6 describes the use of the DNA segment of a DNA—polymer conjugate to assemble a discrete three dimensional nanostructure — a DNA tetrahedron — incorporating the temperature-responsive polymer poly N-isopropylacrylamide. PhD thesis, University of Warwick. The effect of polymer molecular weight and structure on the strength of this interaction are explored. Request changes or add full text files to a record. The inverse electron-demand Diels—Alder reaction between tetrazine and norbornene Chapter 4 is explored and found to produce DNA—polymer conjugates in high yield in organic solvents; however, the precursor compounds are time-consuming to prepare and so the generality of this approach is limited. Request Changes to record.

The effect of polymer molecular weight and structure on the strength of this interaction are explored. The need for a general, solutionphase technique for DNA—polymer conjugation is highlighted. Finally, the copper-catalysed azide—alkyne cycloaddition Chapter 5 is found to be an excellent method for the production of a wide range of DNA—polymer conjugates. The need for a general, solutionphase technique for DNA—polymer conjugation is highlighted. In Chapters , the use of a number of different strategies for the production of DNA—polymer conjugates is described.

Amide coupling Chapter 2 is found to produce the desired products only under very specific reaction conditions. The inverse electron-demand Diels—Alder reaction between tetrazine and norbornene Chapter 4 is explored and found to produce DNA—polymer conjugates in high yield in organic solvents; however, the precursor compounds are time-consuming to prepare and so the generality of this approach is limited.

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Downloads per month over past year. Chapter 7 describes the use of a non-covalent interaction intercalation to produce DNA— polymer conjugates. Request changes or add full text files to a record.

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Request Changes to record. These hybrid structures are found to be able to stabilise the formation of discrete, well-defined polymer nanoparticles at elevated temperatures. Chapter 7 describes the use disxertation a non-covalent interaction intercalation to produce DNA— polymer conjugates. Skip to content Skip to navigation. Downloads per month over past year. In Chaptersthe use of a number of different strategies for the production of DNA—polymer conjugates is described.

Chapter 1 gives a general introduction to the field of DNA—polymer conjugates, their potential applications and methods for their synthesis. Request Changes to record. Finally, intercalation is exploited to template the formation of discrete polymer particles on a DNA strand.

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In Chaptersthe use of a number of different strategies for dissertstion production of DNA—polymer conjugates is described.

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PhD thesis, University of Warwick. The use of reversible addition—fragmentation chain transfer RAFT polymerisation for the production of DNA—polymer conjugates is explored.

Downloads per month over past year. In Chaptersthe use of a number of different strategies for the production of DNA—polymer conjugates is described. PhD thesis, University of Warwick. The need for a general, solutionphase technique for DNA—polymer conjugation is highlighted. Chapter 1 gives a general introduction to the field of DNA—polymer conjugates, their potential applications and methods for their synthesis.

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Date Event August Chapter 1 gives a general introduction to the field of DNA—polymer conjugates, their potential applications and methods for their synthesis. The inverse electron-demand Diels—Alder reaction between tetrazine and norbornene Chapter 4 is explored and found to produce DNA—polymer conjugates in high yield in organic solvents; however, the precursor compounds are time-consuming to prepare and so the generality of this approach is limited.

The thiol—alkene Michael addition reaction Chapter 3 is found to afford DNA—polymer conjugates in aqueous solution with high yield; however, attempts to replicate this using organic solvents are not successful. The need for a general, solutionphase technique for DNA—polymer conjugation is highlighted. The need for a general, solutionphase technique for DNA—polymer conjugation is highlighted. The inverse electron-demand Diels—Alder reaction between tetrazine and norbornene Chapter 4 is explored and found to produce DNA—polymer conjugates in high yield in organic solvents; however, the precursor compounds are time-consuming to prepare and so the generality of this approach is limited.

In Chaptersthe use of a number of different strategies for the production of DNA—polymer conjugates is described.