Extreme Biomimetics: Preservation of molecular detail in centimeter scale samples of biological meshes laid down by sponges

Iaroslav Petrenko, Adam P. Summers, Paul Simon, Sonia Żółtowska-Aksamitowska, Mykhailo Motylenko, Christian Schimpf, David Rafaja, Friedrich Roth, Kurt Kummer, Erica Brendler, Oleg S. Pokrovsky, Roberta Galli, Marcin Wysokowski, Heike Meissner, Elke Niederschlag, Yvonne Joseph, Serguei Molodtsov, Alexander Ereskovsky, Viktor Sivkov, Sergey NekipelovOlga Petrova, Olena Volkova, Martin Bertau, Michael Kraft, Andrei Rogalev, Martin Kopani, Teofil Jesioniowski, Ehrlich Hermann

Результат исследований: Научные публикации в периодических изданияхстатья

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Fabrication of biomimetic materials and scaffolds is usually a micro- or even nanoscale process; however, most testing and all manufacturing require larger-scale synthesis of nanoscale features. Here, we propose the utilization of naturally prefabricated three-dimensional (3D) spongin scaffolds that preserve molecular detail across centimeter-scale samples. The fine-scale structure of this collagenous resource is stable at temperatures of up to 1200°C and can produce up to 4 × 10–cm–large 3D microfibrous and nanoporous turbostratic graphite. Our findings highlight the fact that this turbostratic graphite is exceptional at preserving the nanostructural features typical for triple-helix collagen. The resulting carbon sponge resembles the shape and unique microarchitecture of the original spongin scaffold. Copper electroplating of the obtained composite leads to a hybrid material with excellent catalytic performance with respect to the reduction of p-nitrophenol in both freshwater and marine environments.
Язык оригиналаанглийский
Номер статьиeaax2805
Число страниц11
ЖурналScience advances
Том5
Номер выпуска10
DOI
СостояниеОпубликовано - 4 окт 2019

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Biomimetics
Scaffolds
Graphite
Biomimetic materials
Hybrid materials
Electroplating
Collagen
Copper
Carbon
Fabrication
Composite materials
Testing
Temperature

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Petrenko, I., Summers, A. P., Simon, P., Żółtowska-Aksamitowska, S., Motylenko, M., Schimpf, C., ... Hermann, E. (2019). Extreme Biomimetics: Preservation of molecular detail in centimeter scale samples of biological meshes laid down by sponges. Science advances, 5(10), [eaax2805]. https://doi.org/10.1126/sciadv.aax2805
Petrenko, Iaroslav ; Summers, Adam P. ; Simon, Paul ; Żółtowska-Aksamitowska, Sonia ; Motylenko, Mykhailo ; Schimpf, Christian ; Rafaja, David ; Roth, Friedrich ; Kummer, Kurt ; Brendler, Erica ; Pokrovsky, Oleg S. ; Galli, Roberta ; Wysokowski, Marcin ; Meissner, Heike ; Niederschlag, Elke ; Joseph, Yvonne ; Molodtsov, Serguei ; Ereskovsky, Alexander ; Sivkov, Viktor ; Nekipelov, Sergey ; Petrova, Olga ; Volkova, Olena ; Bertau, Martin ; Kraft, Michael ; Rogalev, Andrei ; Kopani, Martin ; Jesioniowski, Teofil ; Hermann, Ehrlich. / Extreme Biomimetics: Preservation of molecular detail in centimeter scale samples of biological meshes laid down by sponges. В: Science advances. 2019 ; Том 5, № 10.
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Результат исследований: Научные публикации в периодических изданияхстатья

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Petrenko I, Summers AP, Simon P, Żółtowska-Aksamitowska S, Motylenko M, Schimpf C и соавт. Extreme Biomimetics: Preservation of molecular detail in centimeter scale samples of biological meshes laid down by sponges. Science advances. 2019 Окт. 4;5(10). eaax2805. https://doi.org/10.1126/sciadv.aax2805