Peptide-assisted nucleic acid delivery systems

Tarvirdirpour, Shabnam and Schoenenberger, Cora-Ann and Palivan, Cornelia G.. (2021) Peptide-assisted nucleic acid delivery systems. Scholarly Community Encyclopedia.

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Advances in peptide development have made peptide-assisted gene delivery more efficient in vitro and, in some instances, in small animal models. For example, cell and tissue selectivity could be greatly enhanced in the newest generation of CPPs. Other advances which allow for improved performance with regard to targeting and delivery of nucleic acids include adapting peptide sequences to facilitate escape or release from intracellular vesicles or respond to environmental stimuli for a controlled release of cargo, and the development of composite, multivalent peptide-based, or peptide-coupled structures.
Faculties and Departments:05 Faculty of Science > Departement Chemie > Chemie > Physikalische Chemie (Palivan)
UniBasel Contributors:Palivan, Cornelia G and Tarvirdipour, Shabnam and Schönenberger, Cora-Ann
Item Type:Working Paper
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