2020-01-15Zeitschriftenartikel DOI: 10.18452/21068
Peptide-Assisted Design of Precision Polymer Sequences
On the Relevance of the Side-Chain Sequences and the Variability of the Backbone
Börner, Hans G.
Functional sequences of monodisperse, sequence‐defined oligo(amide‐urethane)s are designed based on a peptide sequence as blueprint. The translation of a discrete side‐chain functionality sequence from a known peptide‐based solubilizer of the photosensitizer meta‐tetra(hydroxyphenyl)‐chlorin, into a non‐peptidic precision polymer backbone is demonstrated. The resulting peptidomimetic precision polymers retain the functions of the parent peptide sequence, showing analogues sensitivity toward single monomer mutations/exchanges and even exceeding the parent peptide equivalent by reaching up to 69% higher payload capacities and more favored release kinetics.
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