Bioinspired Metal-Polyphenol Materials: Self-Healing and Beyond

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Bioinspired Metal-Polyphenol Materials : Self-Healing and Beyond. / Andersen, Amanda; Chen, Yaqing; Birkedal, Henrik.

In: Biomimetics, Vol. Special Issue, 30, 04.04.2019.

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@article{0992b731d7374a4786022eea36eca80d,
title = "Bioinspired Metal-Polyphenol Materials: Self-Healing and Beyond",
abstract = "The blue mussel incorporates the polyphenolic amino acid l-3,4-dihydroxyphenylalanine (DOPA) to achieve self-healing, pH-responsiveness, and impressive underwater adhesion in the byssus threads that ensure the survival of the animal. This is achieved by a pH-dependent and versatile reaction chemistry of polyphenols, including both physical interactions as well as reversible and irreversible chemical bonding. With a short introduction to the biological background, we here review the latest advances in the development of smart materials based on the metal-chelating capabilities of polyphenols. We focus on new ways of utilizing the polyphenolic properties, including studies on the modifications of the nearby chemical environment (on and near the polyphenolic moiety) and on the incorporation of polyphenols into untraditional materials.",
keywords = "coordination chemistry, catechols, mussel-inspired, self-healing, phenols, tannins, DOPA, multifunctional materials, SINGLE-MOLECULE MECHANICS, MUSSEL-INSPIRED ADHESIVES, CROSS-LINKING, BLOCK-COPOLYMERS, COORDINATION-COMPLEXES, NETWORK HYDROGELS, PHENOLIC NETWORKS, CATECHOL POLYMERS, ENERGY-STORAGE, MARINE MUSSEL",
author = "Amanda Andersen and Yaqing Chen and Henrik Birkedal",
year = "2019",
month = "4",
day = "4",
doi = "10.3390/biomimetics4020030",
language = "English",
volume = "Special Issue",
journal = "Biomimetics",
issn = "2313-7673",
publisher = "MDPI",

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T2 - Self-Healing and Beyond

AU - Andersen, Amanda

AU - Chen, Yaqing

AU - Birkedal, Henrik

PY - 2019/4/4

Y1 - 2019/4/4

N2 - The blue mussel incorporates the polyphenolic amino acid l-3,4-dihydroxyphenylalanine (DOPA) to achieve self-healing, pH-responsiveness, and impressive underwater adhesion in the byssus threads that ensure the survival of the animal. This is achieved by a pH-dependent and versatile reaction chemistry of polyphenols, including both physical interactions as well as reversible and irreversible chemical bonding. With a short introduction to the biological background, we here review the latest advances in the development of smart materials based on the metal-chelating capabilities of polyphenols. We focus on new ways of utilizing the polyphenolic properties, including studies on the modifications of the nearby chemical environment (on and near the polyphenolic moiety) and on the incorporation of polyphenols into untraditional materials.

AB - The blue mussel incorporates the polyphenolic amino acid l-3,4-dihydroxyphenylalanine (DOPA) to achieve self-healing, pH-responsiveness, and impressive underwater adhesion in the byssus threads that ensure the survival of the animal. This is achieved by a pH-dependent and versatile reaction chemistry of polyphenols, including both physical interactions as well as reversible and irreversible chemical bonding. With a short introduction to the biological background, we here review the latest advances in the development of smart materials based on the metal-chelating capabilities of polyphenols. We focus on new ways of utilizing the polyphenolic properties, including studies on the modifications of the nearby chemical environment (on and near the polyphenolic moiety) and on the incorporation of polyphenols into untraditional materials.

KW - coordination chemistry

KW - catechols

KW - mussel-inspired

KW - self-healing

KW - phenols

KW - tannins

KW - DOPA

KW - multifunctional materials

KW - SINGLE-MOLECULE MECHANICS

KW - MUSSEL-INSPIRED ADHESIVES

KW - CROSS-LINKING

KW - BLOCK-COPOLYMERS

KW - COORDINATION-COMPLEXES

KW - NETWORK HYDROGELS

KW - PHENOLIC NETWORKS

KW - CATECHOL POLYMERS

KW - ENERGY-STORAGE

KW - MARINE MUSSEL

U2 - 10.3390/biomimetics4020030

DO - 10.3390/biomimetics4020030

M3 - Review

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VL - Special Issue

JO - Biomimetics

JF - Biomimetics

SN - 2313-7673

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