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Amphiphilic dendrimers control protein binding and corona formation on liposome nanocarriers

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Abstract

Amphiphilic polyphenylene dendrimers (PPDs) with distinct lipophilic and positively or negatively charged surface groups were adsorbed onto liposomes and their impact on protein adsorption in blood plasma was studied. The PPD corona reduced binding of specific opsonins and increased the adsorption of proteins controlling cellular uptake based on their surface patches.

Graphical abstract: Amphiphilic dendrimers control protein binding and corona formation on liposome nanocarriers

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Submitted
06 Apr 2020
Accepted
15 Jun 2020
First published
19 Jun 2020

This article is Open Access

Chem. Commun., 2020, Advance Article
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Communication

Amphiphilic dendrimers control protein binding and corona formation on liposome nanocarriers

J. Wagner, M. Dillenburger, J. Simon, J. Oberländer, K. Landfester, V. Mailänder, D. Y. W. Ng, K. Müllen and T. Weil, Chem. Commun., 2020, Advance Article , DOI: 10.1039/D0CC02486D

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