Molecular Rods with Oligospiroketal Backbone as Anchors in Biological Membranes

P. Müller, J. Nikolaus, S. Schiller, A. Herrmann, K. Möllnitz, S. Czapla, P. Wessig – 2009

Getting stuck in: A hydrophobic molecular rod with terminal fluorescent moieties has been synthesized. The insertion of the rod into membranes was investigated and shown to incorporate efficiently into model and biological membranes (see picture; gray C, blue N, red O). Those rods can be used as stable membrane-associated anchors for functionalization of membrane surfaces.

Titel
Molecular Rods with Oligospiroketal Backbone as Anchors in Biological Membranes
Verfasser
P. Müller, J. Nikolaus, S. Schiller, A. Herrmann, K. Möllnitz, S. Czapla, P. Wessig
Datum
2009
Kennung
10.1002/anie.200901133
Zitierweise
Angew. Chem. Int.Ed. 2009, 48, 4433-4435
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