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Click chemistry

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Click chemistry links proteins, lipids, nucleic acids, and carbohydrates to partner molecules with high efficiency, under physiological conditions, and without toxic catalysts or byproducts. These partner molecules include reporters and imaging agents, allowing the in vivo visualization and tracking of biomolecules and cells; polymers, providing scaffolds for tissue engineering; nanoparticles, facilitating advances in drug delivery; and nanomaterials, enabling the design of electrochemical biosensors.

This Collection invites Articles that apply click chemistry to biomedicine, materials science, and other fields.

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Click chemistry links proteins, lipids, nucleic acids, and carbohydrates to partner molecules with high efficiency, under physiological conditions, and without toxic catalysts or byproducts. These partner molecules include reporters and imaging agents, allowing the in vivo visualization and tracking of biomolecules and cells; polymers, providing scaffolds for tissue engineering; nanoparticles, facilitating advances in drug delivery; and nanomaterials, enabling the design of electrochemical biosensors. This Collection invites Articles that apply click chemistry to biomedicine, materials science, and other fields.

 

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