Histidylated polylysine as a synthetic vector for gene transfer into immortalized cystic fibrosis airway surface and airway gland serous cells

Abstract : We recently designed a cationic polymer called histidylated polylysine made of polylysine partially substituted with histidyl residues which become protonated at slightly acidic pH. This polymer is thought to induce the leakage of acidic vesicles containing plasmid/histidylated polylysine complexes.
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Isabelle Fajac, J.C Allo, Evelyne Souil, Marc Merten, Chantal Pichon, et al.. Histidylated polylysine as a synthetic vector for gene transfer into immortalized cystic fibrosis airway surface and airway gland serous cells. The Journal of Gene Medicine, Wiley, 2000, 2 (5), pp.368-378. ⟨10.1002/1521-2254(200009/10)2:5<368::AID-JGM118>3.0.CO;2-F⟩. ⟨hal-02135988⟩

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