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Context-dependent signaling, as a ubiquitous phenomenon in nature, is a dynamic molecular process at nano- and microscales, but how to mimic its essence using non-covalent synthesis in cellular environment has yet to be developed. Here we show a dynamic continuum of non-covalent filaments formed by instructed-assembly (iA) of a supramolecular phosphoglycopeptide (sPGP) as context-dependent signals for controlling death and morphogenesis of cells. Specifically, while enzymes (i.e.,doi:10.26434/chemrxiv.7581590 fatcat:2xnm2pykbfhbjciuopojbau36i