Synthetic peptides derived from diatom Cylindrotheca fusiformis: kinetics of silica formation and morphology characterisation

P W Whitlock, Siddharth Patwardhan, M O Stone, Stephen J. Clarson

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Abstract

Biocatalysis refers to the use of enzymes, microbes or higher organisms to carry out chemical or polymer reactions. It is currently a hot research topic with many academic, industrial, and government laboratories doing basic and applied R&D. In polymer science this field is rapidly growing, and many new reactions and new biocatalysts are being discovered and applied.
Likewise, biomaterials comprise an equally exciting field of research that finds many applications in dental, surgical, and medical areas. Both fields are highly interdisciplinary, requiring (at various times) knowledge and expertise in organic and polymer chemistry, material science, biochemistry, molecular biology, microbiology, and chemical engineering.
This symposium volume provides state-of-the-art reviews of these exciting fields as well as original research papers. The editors and the authors are all experts and active practitioners of polymer biocatalysis and biomaterials. They include academic, industrial, and government scientists who have brought different expertise and perspectives to these fields. Together, they have provided a most useful book that contains up-to-date developments in fundamental research and industrial R&D efforts.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationPolymer Biocatalysis and Biomaterials II
EditorsH. N. Cheng, R A Gross
Pages412–433
Number of pages21
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2008

Publication series

NameACS symposium series
PublisherAmerican Chemical Society
Volume999

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Silicon Dioxide
Polymers
Peptides
Kinetics
Biocompatible Materials
Microbiology
Biochemistry
Molecular biology
Chemical engineering
Enzymes
Materials science
Biocatalysis

Keywords

  • biomolecules
  • biosilica
  • organic material
  • silica in vitro
  • diatom
  • in vivo biosilicification

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Whitlock, P. W., Patwardhan, S., Stone, M. O., & Clarson, S. J. (2008). Synthetic peptides derived from diatom Cylindrotheca fusiformis: kinetics of silica formation and morphology characterisation. In H. N. Cheng, & R. A. Gross (Eds.), Polymer Biocatalysis and Biomaterials II (pp. 412–433). (ACS symposium series; Vol. 999). https://doi.org/10.1021/bk-2008-0999.ch026
Whitlock, P W ; Patwardhan, Siddharth ; Stone, M O ; Clarson, Stephen J. / Synthetic peptides derived from diatom Cylindrotheca fusiformis : kinetics of silica formation and morphology characterisation. Polymer Biocatalysis and Biomaterials II. editor / H. N. Cheng ; R A Gross. 2008. pp. 412–433 (ACS symposium series).
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Whitlock, PW, Patwardhan, S, Stone, MO & Clarson, SJ 2008, Synthetic peptides derived from diatom Cylindrotheca fusiformis: kinetics of silica formation and morphology characterisation. in HN Cheng & RA Gross (eds), Polymer Biocatalysis and Biomaterials II. ACS symposium series, vol. 999, pp. 412–433. https://doi.org/10.1021/bk-2008-0999.ch026

Synthetic peptides derived from diatom Cylindrotheca fusiformis : kinetics of silica formation and morphology characterisation. / Whitlock, P W ; Patwardhan, Siddharth; Stone, M O ; Clarson, Stephen J.

Polymer Biocatalysis and Biomaterials II. ed. / H. N. Cheng; R A Gross. 2008. p. 412–433 (ACS symposium series; Vol. 999).

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Whitlock PW, Patwardhan S, Stone MO, Clarson SJ. Synthetic peptides derived from diatom Cylindrotheca fusiformis: kinetics of silica formation and morphology characterisation. In Cheng HN, Gross RA, editors, Polymer Biocatalysis and Biomaterials II. 2008. p. 412–433. (ACS symposium series). https://doi.org/10.1021/bk-2008-0999.ch026