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Self-assembling peptide amphiphiles

Image Number 17 for United States Patent #8114834.

The present invention provides for self-assembling peptide amphiphiles that are capable of forming nanofibers. In particular, the present invention provides for diacetylene peptide amphiphiles that find use as scaffolds for tissue growth or for drug delivery.

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