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Enzymatic fingerprinting of structurally similar homologous proteins using polyion complex library constructed by tuning PEGylated polyamine functionalities

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Abstract

Human plasma proteins and even structurally similar homologous albumins were fingerprinted and discriminated by a sensor array consisting of a polyion complex library with artificial differentiation constructed by facile tuning of PEGylated polyamine functionalities.

Graphical abstract: Enzymatic fingerprinting of structurally similar homologous proteins using polyion complex library constructed by tuning PEGylated polyamine functionalities

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The article was received on 30 Jul 2014, accepted on 29 Sep 2014 and first published on 30 Sep 2014


Article type: Communication
DOI: 10.1039/C4AN01398K
Citation: Analyst, 2014,139, 6100-6103
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    Enzymatic fingerprinting of structurally similar homologous proteins using polyion complex library constructed by tuning PEGylated polyamine functionalities

    S. Tomita, T. Soejima, K. Shiraki and K. Yoshimoto, Analyst, 2014, 139, 6100
    DOI: 10.1039/C4AN01398K

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