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    • Bacteriophage M13 as a Template for Multi-Enzyme Assembly 

      Urquhart, Taylor (University of Waterloo, 2019-09-25)
      An important aspect of bionanotechnology is the utilization of biomolecules to prepare controlled and defined arrangements of multiple components with nanoscale order. Bacteriophage M13 is a filamentous phage composed of ...
    • Cage-like Proteins as Bioink Components for 3D Bioprinting 

      Delgado, Adrian (University of Waterloo, 2018-01-24)
      Hydrogel matrices have been used as structural surrogates in 3D bioprinting as a mechanism to provide the appropriate environment for cell adhesion and proliferation. In this research, the preparation and optimization of ...
    • Hydrophobic Engineering of a Bacterial Nanodimensional Capsule Protein 

      BEN KRAYEM, OMAIMA RAMADAN (University of Waterloo, 2017-07-07)
      Recently, numerous protein-based nanomedicine platforms have been intensively explored. These systems are usually composed of self-assembling proteins that form controllable systems with different shapes and types. A ...
    • Investigation of Peptides That Exhibit Affinity Towards Advanced Materials 

      Kim, Hyun Seok (University of Waterloo, 2017-05-19)
      A number of commercially employed polymers are refractory to surface modification and may require harsh conditions ranging from corona discharge to halogenation to assemble a functional surface. We are exploring combinatorial ...
    • Protein Engineering of Microbial Ferritins 

      Gyamfi, Hawa (University of Waterloo, 2019-09-23)
      Nanotechnology has become a field of intense interest due to its applications in medicine, cosmetics, energy, and fabrics. The field has evolved to include nanodimensional self-assembling cage proteins which are multisubunit ...
    • Supramolecular Assembly of Three-Dimensional Protein Networks 

      Merza, Fatima (University of Waterloo, 2020-09-02)
      Intense interest is being focused on self-assembling biological networks and their practical applications, making them powerful tools for the next-generation of advanced bionanomaterials. This thesis project explores ...

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