Water-soluble MBHA derivatives were found to self-assemble in a water environment to generate aggregates showing core–shell architectures. The aggregates appeared to be capable of working as nanoreactors performing a multi-functionalization of poly-histidine fragments, which after an initial interaction with the solvated oligo(ethylene glycol) shell reach the reactive core.

Paolino, M., Reale, A., Razzano, V., Giuliani, G., Donati, A., Bonechi, C., et al. (2019). Nanoreactors for the multi-functionalization of poly-histidine fragments. NEW JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY, 43(18), 6834-6837 [10.1039/C9NJ00279K].

Nanoreactors for the multi-functionalization of poly-histidine fragments

Paolino, Marco;Reale, Annalisa;Razzano, Vincenzo;Giuliani, Germano;Donati, Alessandro;Bonechi, Claudia;Licciardi, Mariano;Paccagnini, Eugenio;Gentile, Mariangela;Salvini, Laura;Cappelli, Andrea
2019-01-01

Abstract

Water-soluble MBHA derivatives were found to self-assemble in a water environment to generate aggregates showing core–shell architectures. The aggregates appeared to be capable of working as nanoreactors performing a multi-functionalization of poly-histidine fragments, which after an initial interaction with the solvated oligo(ethylene glycol) shell reach the reactive core.
Paolino, M., Reale, A., Razzano, V., Giuliani, G., Donati, A., Bonechi, C., et al. (2019). Nanoreactors for the multi-functionalization of poly-histidine fragments. NEW JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY, 43(18), 6834-6837 [10.1039/C9NJ00279K].
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