Secondary Structural Effects of Polyamino Acids in Materials Science and Biomedicine

Baihong Li


Polyaminoacids not only have excellent biocompatibility and biodegradability, but also have special functions different from conventional polymers due to their secondary structure (α-helix, random curl), which is similar to protein and its responsive transformation, which has important applications in the fields of materials and biomedicine. In this paper, the new progress of the research group on the secondary structure of polyaminoacids in polymer antifouling coating, nanoparticle-cell membrane interaction and protein modification in recent years is briefly summarized, and the future development direction of the secondary structure of polyamino acids is briefly prospected.


Polyamino Acid; Secondary Structure; Cell Uptake

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