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Chloride ion efflux from liposomes is controlled by sidechains in a channel-forming heptapeptide

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Abstract

A suite of amphiphilic heptapeptides incorporating a glutamic acid derivative on the C-terminal side of a (Gly)3Pro sequence gives dramatically lower chloride ion release from liposomes when present in free carboxyl form rather than as an ester or amide.

Graphical abstract: Chloride ion efflux from liposomes is controlled by sidechains in a channel-forming heptapeptide

Article information


Submitted
09 Sep 2005
Accepted
08 Dec 2005
First published
03 Jan 2006

Chem. Commun., 2006, 603-605
Article type
Communication

Chloride ion efflux from liposomes is controlled by sidechains in a channel-forming heptapeptide

L. You, R. Ferdani and G. W. Gokel, Chem. Commun., 2006, 603 DOI: 10.1039/B517713H

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