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Tell and Ulijn, Rein V. (2016) Enzymatically activated emulsions stabilised by interfacial nanofibre networks. Soft Matter, 12 (9). ABSTRACT We report on the on-demand formation of emulsions stabilized by interfacial nanoscale networks by biocatalytic self-assembly of Fmoc (9-fluorenylmethoxycarbonyl) dipeptide amphiphiles in aqueous/organic mixtures. The use of an alkaline phosphatase to transform phosphorylated precursors into self-assembling aromatic peptide amphiphilesdoi:10.1039/c5sm02730f pmid:26905042 fatcat:hfuogj66nbbi3hdcrplifgocsa