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43 A bioerodible poly(ortho ester) was used, which should degrade in response to very slight pH decreases. Thus, with the incorporation of glucose oxidase, it would render the system glucose erodible, since it would degrade much faster in the presence of glucose. This degradation could be coupled to the release of infused insulin. However, it was noticed that the poly(ortho ester) was not very specific for its degradation. The inclusion of tertiary amine components solved this problem by increasing the hydrophilicity of the system at an acidic pH.
Copyright 2014 American Chemical Society. 6 A B A Contractile/extensile motions in rotaxane-based molecular muscles. In the polydaisy chains, the crown ether (red) binds at low pH at station B, at higher pH at A. Adapted with permission from C. J. Bruns, J. F. Stoddart, Acc. Chem. , 2014, 47, 2186–2199. Copyright 2014 American Chemical Society. 6 illustrates how, with ligands that dimerize around a Fe21 complex as a linker, one can obtain linear polymers with an average of B3000 repeating units with a total length of several nm.
Chemoresponsive materials : stimulation by chemical and biological signals by Hans-Jorg Schneider, Mohsen Shahinpoor, Omar Fisher, Mary Moore, N Peppas, Seiji Shinkai, Christoph Schalley, María Vallet-Regi, Akira Harada, Gregory Payne, D Appelhans, Brigitte Voit, Xianghong Qian, S. Ranil Wickramasinghe, Johan Engbersen, O Cayre, Da