Multi-block copolymers

F.A. de Wolf (Inventor), M.A. Cohen Stuart (Inventor), G. Eggink (Inventor), M.W.T. Werten (Inventor), A.A. Martens (Inventor)

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A multi-block copolymer comprises at least one hydrophilic collagen-like block and at least one silk-like block. The silk-like block comprises an amino acid sequence ((GA) m GX) n , wherein G is glycine, A is alanine, m and n are at least 2. X is an ionizable amino acid. The ionizable amino acid is inducible to bear a positive charge or a negative charge. The ionizable amino acid bearing the positive charge is preferably histidine and the one bearing the negative charge is preferably glutamic acid.
Original languageEnglish
Patent numberWO2009031095
Priority date7/09/07
Publication statusPublished - 23 Jun 2010

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