Matthew Harrington
Matthew Harrington
Dept. of Chemistry, McGill University
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pH-induced metal-ligand cross-links inspired by mussel yield self-healing polymer networks with near-covalent elastic moduli
N Holten-Andersen, MJ Harrington, H Birkedal, BP Lee, PB Messersmith, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (7), 2651-2655, 2011
Iron-clad fibers: a metal-based biological strategy for hard flexible coatings
MJ Harrington, A Masic, N Holten-Andersen, JH Waite, P Fratzl
Science 328 (5975), 216-220, 2010
Protein-and metal-dependent interactions of a prominent protein in mussel adhesive plaques
DS Hwang, H Zeng, A Masic, MJ Harrington, JN Israelachvili, JH Waite
Journal of biological chemistry 285 (33), 25850-25858, 2010
Origami-like unfolding of hydro-actuated ice plant seed capsules
MJ Harrington, K Razghandi, F Ditsch, L Guiducci, M Rueggeberg, ...
Nature communications 2 (1), 1-7, 2011
Holdfast heroics: comparing the molecular and mechanical properties of Mytilus californianus byssal threads
MJ Harrington, JH Waite
Journal of Experimental Biology 210 (24), 4307-4318, 2007
The mechanical role of metal ions in biogenic protein‐based materials
E Degtyar, MJ Harrington, Y Politi, P Fratzl
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 53 (45), 12026-12044, 2014
Metal-coordination: using one of nature's tricks to control soft material mechanics
N Holten-Andersen, A Jaishankar, MJ Harrington, DE Fullenkamp, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry B 2 (17), 2467-2472, 2014
Collagen insulated from tensile damage by domains that unfold reversibly: In situ X-ray investigation of mechanical yield and damage repair in the mussel byssus
MJ Harrington, HS Gupta, P Fratzl, JH Waite
Journal of structural biology 167 (1), 47-54, 2009
Rapid self-assembly of complex biomolecular architectures during mussel byssus biofabrication
T Priemel, E Degtyar, MN Dean, MJ Harrington
Nature communications 8 (1), 1-12, 2017
Role of sacrificial protein–metal bond exchange in mussel byssal thread self-healing
CNZ Schmitt, Y Politi, A Reinecke, MJ Harrington
Biomacromolecules 16 (9), 2852-2861, 2015
Reorientation of cellulose nanowhiskers in agarose hydrogels under tensile loading
A Osorio-Madrazo, M Eder, M Rueggeberg, JK Pandey, MJ Harrington, ...
Biomacromolecules 13 (3), 850-856, 2012
pH-dependent locking of giant mesogens in fibers drawn from mussel byssal collagens
MJ Harrington, JH Waite
Biomacromolecules 9 (5), 1480-1486, 2008
Metal-mediated molecular self-healing in histidine-rich mussel peptides
S Schmidt, A Reinecke, F Wojcik, D Pussak, L Hartmann, MJ Harrington
Biomacromolecules 15 (5), 1644-1652, 2014
Mussel foot protein-1 (mcfp-1) interaction with titania surfaces
DS Hwang, MJ Harrington, Q Lu, A Masic, H Zeng, JH Waite
Journal of materials chemistry 22 (31), 15530-15533, 2012
How nature modulates a fiber's mechanical properties: mechanically distinct fibers drawn from natural mesogenic block copolymer variants
MJ Harrington, JH Waite
Advanced Materials 21 (4), 440-444, 2009
Self-repair of a biological fiber guided by an ordered elastic framework
S Krauss, TH Metzger, P Fratzl, MJ Harrington
Biomacromolecules 14 (5), 1520-1528, 2013
Self-healing response in supramolecular polymers based on reversible zinc–histidine interactions
M Enke, S Bode, J Vitz, FH Schacher, MJ Harrington, MD Hager, ...
Polymer 69, 274-282, 2015
Isolation and biochemical characterization of underwater adhesives from diatoms
N Poulsen, N Kröger, MJ Harrington, E Brunner, S Paasch, MT Buhmann
Biofouling 30 (4), 513-523, 2014
Cooperative behavior of a sacrificial bond network and elastic framework in providing self-healing capacity in mussel byssal threads
A Reinecke, L Bertinetti, P Fratzl, MJ Harrington
Journal of structural biology 196 (3), 329-339, 2016
Pseudoelastic behaviour of a natural material is achieved via reversible changes in protein backbone conformation
MJ Harrington, SS Wasko, A Masic, FD Fischer, HS Gupta, P Fratzl
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 9 (76), 2911-2922, 2012
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