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Folding of phosphodiester-linked donor-acceptor oligomers into supramolecular nanotubes in water

Abstract : Inspired by the automated synthesis of DNA on solid support, electron-rich dialkxoynaphthalene dialkoxynaphthalene (DAN) donor and electron-deficient-naphthalene-tetracarboxylic diimide (NDI) acceptor, amphiphilic foldamers have been synthesised from their respective phosphoramidite building blocks. The folding of the phosphodiester-linked hexamer (DAN-NDI)3 revealed in water the formation in water of regular supramolecular nanotubes resulting from the self-assembly of multiple hexamers stabilized by donor/acceptor interactions and solvophobic effect.
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Kévan Pérez de Carvasal, Nesrine Aissaoui, Gérard Vergoten, Gaëtan Bellot, Jean-Jacques Vasseur, et al.. Folding of phosphodiester-linked donor-acceptor oligomers into supramolecular nanotubes in water. Chemical Communications, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2021, 57 (34), pp.4130-4133. ⟨10.1039/D1CC01064F⟩. ⟨hal-03739371⟩

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