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Preparation of cationic proteoliposomes using cell-free membrane protein synthesis: the chaperoning effect of cationic liposomes

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Abstract

Membrane protein reconstituted cationic liposomes are constructed using cell-free membrane protein synthesis in the presence of cationic liposomes. The chaperon effect of cationic liposomal membrane assists in folding the functional conformation of membrane protein. This preparation method enables the provision of the usage of proteoliposomes for drug delivery.

Graphical abstract: Preparation of cationic proteoliposomes using cell-free membrane protein synthesis: the chaperoning effect of cationic liposomes

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Submitted
03 Jul 2020
Accepted
29 Jul 2020
First published
04 Aug 2020

This article is Open Access

RSC Adv., 2020,10, 28741-28745
Article type
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Preparation of cationic proteoliposomes using cell-free membrane protein synthesis: the chaperoning effect of cationic liposomes

M. Ando, Y. Sasaki and K. Akiyoshi, RSC Adv., 2020, 10, 28741
DOI: 10.1039/D0RA05825D

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