biomacromolecule

bi·o·mac·ro·mol·e·cule

(bī'ō-māk'rō-mol'ĕ-kyūl),
A naturally occurring substance of large molecular weight (for example, protein, DNA).

biomacromolecule

A generic term for any large molecule—e.g., nucleic acid, protein, polysaccharide—of biological origin.
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Shen, Surface modification of polycaprolactone membrane via aminolysis and biomacromolecule immobilization for promoting cytocompatibility of human endothelial cells, Biomacromolecules, 3, 1312-1319 (2002).
Some chapter topics include AuNPs as antigen carriers and adjuvants, laser synthesis of AuNPs, and fabrication and applications of bionic-function interfaces and films based on biomacromolecule of cell AuNPs.
2006, "In vitro study of the proteolytic degradation of Antheraea pernyi silk fibroin," Biomacromolecule, 7, pp.
Some specific topics covered include chemical vectors for delivery of nucleic acid-based drugs, lipid nanoparticle-based systems for delivery of biomacromolecule therapeutics, nanocarriers for the delivery of peptides and proteins, pulmonary delivery of small interfering RNA for novel therapeutics, and influenza virosomes as delivery systems for antigens.
solid lipid nanoparticle based systems for delivery of biomacromolecule therapeutics
Tailoring Nanoparticles for the Recognition of Biomacromolecule Surfaces (Mrinmoy De, Rochelle R.
Large and Small Assembly: Combining Functional Macromolecules with Small Peptides to Control the Morphology of Skeletal Muscle Progenitor Cells," Biomacromolecules, 2018; DOI: 10.
Biomacromolecules as Flame Retardants for Wood-Based Construction
Their topics include scientific fundamentals of preparing innovative pressure-sensitive adhesives by mixing non-adhesive functional polymers, pressure-sensitive adhesive hydrogels and moisture absorbents, electroconducting pressure-sensitive adhesives based on poly-electrolyte complexes, hybrid pressure-sensitive adhesives based on biomacromolecules for monitoring neuron cell signals, and applications of innovative adhesives in the form of specific products.
A study, published in the journal Biomacromolecules, looking at the molecular packets show such results.
Sheardown recently published these findings in the journal Biomacromolecules, where she and her colleagues described the micellization process in detail.
As a result, the species react with biomacromolecules in cells to trigger cytotoxic response (e.