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Morphological Control of Self-Assembled Multivalent (SAMul) Heparin Binding in Highly Competitive Media

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JournalChemical communications
DateAccepted/In press - 23 May 2017
DatePublished (current) - 30 May 2017
Volume53
Pages (from-to)6335-6338
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Tuning molecular structures of self-assembling multivalent (SAMul) dendritic cationic lipopeptides controls the self-assembled morphology. In buffer, spherical micelles formed by higher generation systems bind polyanionic heparin better than worm-like micelles formed by lower generation systems. In human serum, the binding of spherical micelles to heparin is adversely affected, while worm-like micelles maintain their relative binding ability.

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