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Home  >  Journal list  >  Polymer Journal  >  Vol.42 No.10 (2010)

Polymer Journal
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Development of self-oscillating polymers and gels with autonomous function ( pp.777 - 789 )
Ryo Yoshida1,2

 
Synthesis of a photocrosslinkable hyperbranched polyester containing methacryloyl groups by the reaction of 1,4-bis(chloromethyl)benzene with 1,3,5-benzenetricarboxylic acid followed by reaction with methacrylic acid ( pp.790 - 794 )
Ken Maruyama1, Toshiaki Hirabayashi1, Hiroto Kudo1 and Tadatomi Nishikubo1

 
Poly(arylene sulfone)s containing 9,9′-spirobifluorene: synthesis and excellent optical properties ( pp.795 - 798 )
Hitoshi Okuda1, Ryota Seto1, Yasuhito Koyama1 and Toshikazu Takata1

 
Synthesis and characterization of hyperbranched polymer consisting of silsesquioxane derivatives ( pp.799 - 803 )
Makoto Miyasaka1, Yusuke Fujiwara1, Hiroto Kudo1 and Tadatomi Nishikubo1

 
Improved dyeability of polypropylene fabrics finished with β-cyclodextrin–citric acid polymer ( pp.804 - 811 )
Yassine El Ghoul1, Bernard Martel1, Ahmida El Achari2, Christine Campagne2, Lova Razafimahefa2 and Isabelle Vroman2

 
Flexibility and local structure of a worm-like cylinder of self-assembled discotic triazine triamide ( pp.812 - 817 )
Yasuya Kudo1, Mina Sakuragi1, Satoshi Hashida1, Rempei Kuwahara2, Tsutomu Ishi-I2, Hiroyasu Masunaga3 and Kazuo Sakurai1

 
Enhancement of enzyme activity and stability by poly(γ-glutamic acid) ( pp.818 - 822 )
Eun-Hye Lee1, Takashi Tsujimoto1, Hiroshi Uyama1, Moon-Hee Sung2,3, Kwang Kim4 and Seiki Kuramitsu4

 
Polysaccharide nanogel–cyclodextrin system as an artificial chaperone for in vitro protein synthesis of green fluorescent protein ( pp.823 - 828 )
Yoshihiro Sasaki1,2, Yuta Nomura1, Shin-ichi Sawada1 and Kazunari Akiyoshi1,3

 
Preparation methods of alginate micro-hydrogel particles and evaluation of their electrophoresis behavior for possible electronic paper ink application ( pp.829 - 833 )
Daisaku Kaneko1, Nguyen Quyen Thi le1, Tatsuya Shimoda1 and Tatsuo Kaneko1

 
Controlled permeation of model drugs through a bioconjugated membrane with antigen–antibody complexes as reversible crosslinks ( pp.834 - 837 )
Takashi Miyata1,2,3, Noriko Asami1, Yurie Okita1 and Tadashi Uragami1,3

 


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