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In bottom-up synthetic biology, one of the major methodological challenges is to provide reaction spaces that mimic biological systems with regard to topology and surface functionality. Of particular interest are cell-or organelleshaped membrane compartments, as many protein functions unfold at lipid interfaces. However, shaping artificial cell systems using materials with nonintrusive physicochemical properties, while maintaining flexible lipid interfaces relevant to the reconstituted proteindoi:10.1021/acsami.9b05073.s002 fatcat:hb4pmah3v5dlrkavoamqtmwd4q