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Preparation of Supramolecular Complexes with Cyclodextrin

About Cyclodextrin (CD)
Preparation of Supramolecular Complexes with Modified Cyclodextrin
Structure Control of Supramolecular Complexes by External Stimulus-Responsive
Preparation of Supramolecular Complexes with p-Conjugated Molecules
Supramolecular Catalyst Using Modified Cyclodextrin
Single-Molecular Imaging of Rotaxane Based on Glass Substrates : Observations of Rotary Movement of a Roto
Molecular Recognition of CD for Polymer chains
CD Crystal Structure Gallery

Molecular recognition is seen with the bare eye

Macroscopic self-assembly through molecular recognition
Photoswitchable gel assembly based on molecular recognition
Switching of macroscopic molecular recognition selectivity using a mixed solvent system
Temperature-Sensitive Macroscopic Assembly Based on Molecular Recognition
pH-Responsive Self-Assembly by Molecular
Recognition on a Macroscopic Scale
Reversible self-assembly of gels through metal-ligand interactions

Self-healing materials based on Cyclodextrin

Creation of photo-responsive hydrogels
Creation of redox-responsive hydrogels
Creation of preorganized hydrogels

Supramolecular Actuator Based on Cyclodextrins

Light-Responsive Supramolecular Gel
Redox-Responsive Supramolecular Gel
Light-Responsive Topological Gel

Recognition of Polymer Side Chains by Cyclodextrins

Enhancement of the Selectivity by the Steric Effect of Polymer Main Chain
Enhancement of the Selectivity by Multi-Site Interaction
Interaction of Cyclodextrins with Polymer Micelles
Stimuli-Responsive Hydrogels
Side Chain Polyrotaxanes with Unidirectional Inclusion

Supramolecular Assembly of Bio-Related Polymers and Their Functionalization

Antibody Dendrimer
Linear Antibody Supramolecules: Application for a Novel Biosensing Method
Functionalization of Metalloporphyrin-Antibody Complexes 
Asymmetric Hydrogenation Catalyst
Porphyrin Chemistry
DNA Catenanes

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