Stringing them along: The pores of a mesoporous silica particle were filled with guest molecules and then blocked by threading cyclodextrin molecules (CDs) onto the surface-grafted polyethylenimine (PEI) chains at pH 11. At pH 5.5, the guest molecules can be released from the pores of the particle by reversible dethreading of the CDs from the PEI chains.
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