Solid-supported synthesis of polymerizable lanthanide-ion chelating lipids for protein detection
Abbreviated Journal Title
HUMAN CARBONIC-ANHYDRASE; PHASE SYNTHESIS; HIGHLY LUMINESCENT; FIBEROPTIC PROBE; LIPOSOMES; COMPLEXES; SPECTROSCOPY; TRANSFECTION; STABILITY; DELIVERY; Chemistry, Inorganic & Nuclear
Usually, lipids are synthesized employing solution-phase organic synthesis techniques. Though successful, the purifications can be difficult to accomplish due to the amphiphilic nature of the molecules. Herein, we demonstrate the advantages of a solid-phase approach for preparing a variety of metal-chelating lipids. A number of saturated and polymerizable metal-chelating lipids were prepared using this methodology. This approach requires one chromatographic purification after cleaving the lipids from the solid support. We also demonstrate that the resulting polymerized liposomes (containing Eu3+) possess the appropriate luminescence properties for the qualitative and quantitative determination of proteins.
"Solid-supported synthesis of polymerizable lanthanide-ion chelating lipids for protein detection" (2005). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 5505.