Synthesis of poly(aspartimide)-based bio-glycoconjugates
Carlescu, I., Osborn, H. M.I., Desbrieres, J., Scutaru, D. and Popa, M. (2010) Synthesis of poly(aspartimide)-based bio-glycoconjugates. Carbohydrate Research, 345 (1). pp. 33-40. ISSN 0008-6215
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To link to this article DOI: 10.1016/j.carres.2009.08.034
The purpose of this programme was to synthesize and analyze new bioconjugates of interest for the potential inhibition of the influenza virus, using poly(aspartimide) as a polymer support. The macromolecular targets were obtained by attaching various sialic acid-linker-amine compounds to poly(aspartimide). 1H and 13C NMR studies were then performed to analyze the degree of incorporation of the sialic acid-linker-amine compounds within the poly(aspartimide). These studies illustrated that the incorporation was dependent on the nature of the spacer between the sugar and the amine functionality. Thus aliphatic spacers favoured the inclusion of sialic acid onto the polymer support whereas compounds having only an aromatic moiety between the sialic acid and the amine could not be easily incorporated.
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