publication . Article . 2006

Methacrylamide polymers with hydrolysis-sensitive cationic side groups as degradable gene carriers

Jordy Luten; Niels Akeroyd; Arjen M. Funhoff; Martin C. Lok; Herre Talsma; Wim E. Hennink;
  • Published: 27 Jun 2006
  • Country: Netherlands
Water-soluble polymers with hydrolyzable cationic side groups (structure of the monomers are shown in Figure 1) were synthesized and evaluated as DNA delivery systems. The polymers, except for pHPMA−NHEM, were able to condense plasmid DNA into positively charged nanosized particles. The rate of hydrolysis at 37 °C and pH 7.4 of the side groups differed widely; the fastest rate of hydrolysis was observed for HPMA−DEAE (half-life of 2 h), while HPMA−DMAPr had the lowest rate of hydrolysis (half-life of 70 h). In line with this, pHPMA−DEAE-based polyplexes showed the fastest destabilization of the polyplexes at 37 °C and pH 7.4. Polyplexes based on pHPMA−DEAE, pHPM...
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free text keywords: Medical technology, Farmacie(FARM), Biomedische technologie en medicijnen, Pharmacology, Biotechnology, Organic Chemistry, Bioengineering, Pharmaceutical Science, Biomedical Engineering, Chemistry, Cationic polymerization, DNA, chemistry.chemical_compound, Incubation, Polymer chemistry, Methacrylamide, Transfection, Hydrolysis, Organic chemistry, Polymer, chemistry.chemical_classification, Monomer
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