細胞穿透胜肽之分子運送 Molecular Delivery of Cell-Penetrating Peptides. 李漢榮 國立東華大學 自然資源與環境學系. Speaker: Dr. Han-Jung Lee Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Studies National Dong Hwa University. b -Gal. Introduction. PTD. Extracellular. Intracellular. Plasma Membrane.
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Speaker: Dr. Han-Jung Lee
Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Studies
National Dong Hwa University
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CPPs, also called protein transduction domains (PTDs), are a group of short, highly basic peptides which can penetrate into cells either alone or associated with cargoes.
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noncovalent protein transduction (NPT)
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CPPs are able to deliver proteins into cells in a covalent protein transduction (CPT) and noncovalent protein transduction (NPT).
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CPPs can deliver proteins, DNAs and RNAs into cells in a noncovalent manner.
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CPPs are able to deliver proteins into cells in a covalent protein transduction (CPT), noncovalent protein transduction (NPT) and covalent and noncovalent protein transductions (CNPT).
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We demonstrate that CPPs can effectively deliver proteins, DNAs, RNAs and nanoparticles into live cells.
However, the mechanism of protein transduction is unknown yet.