Journal article

Engineering Multifunctional Capsules through the Assembly of Metal-Phenolic Networks

Junling Guo, Yuan Ping, Hirotaka Ejima, Karen Alt, Mirko Meissner, Joseph J Richardson, Yan Yan, Karlheinz Peter, Dominik von Elverfeldt, Christoph E Hagemeyer, Frank Caruso



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Awarded by German Research Foundation

Awarded by National Heart Foundation

Funding Acknowledgements

The authors acknowledge support of this research by the Australian Research Council under the Australian Laureate Fellowship FL120100030 (F. C.), Discovery Project DP0877360 (F. C.), Discovery Early Career Researcher Award DE130100488 (Y.Y.), and Future Fellowship FT0992210 (K. P.) schemes. This work was supported by a project grant from the National Health and Medical Research Council (grant number 1029249; K. P. and C. E. H.). K. A. is supported by the German Research Foundation (grant number Al 1521/1-1). C. E. H. is supported by a National Heart Foundation Career Development Fellowship (grant number CR 11M 6066). The work was also supported in part by the Victorian Government's Operational Infrastructure Support Program, Monash Biomedical Imaging and Victoria's Science Agenda Strategic Project Fund. We acknowledge the Centre for PET at the Austin (Melbourne, Australia) for supply of the <SUP>64</SUP>Cu. We thank X. Wang (Sichuan University) for assistance with the catalytic experiments, X. Duan (The University of Melbourne) for assistance with XPS analysis, Dr. K. Liang (The University of Melbourne) for assistance with deconvolution microscopy, and Dr. Ming Hu, Dr. Jiwei Cui, Yi Ju, and Tomoya Suma (The University of Melbourne) for helpful discussions.