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Poly-6-cationic Amphiphilic Cyclodextrins Designed For Gene Delivery.

C. Byrne, F. Sallas, D. Rai, J. Ogier, R. Darcy
Published 2009 · Chemistry, Medicine

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A new series of amphiphilic cyclodextrins containing cationic groups at the 6-positions and alkyl or biolabile ester groups at the 2-positions has been synthesised. Selective 2-O-allylation followed by photochemical addition of lipophilic thiols made it possible to control lipophilicity in these mesomolecules and allow solubility and self-assembly in water. The cationic groups are cysteamine-derived, while the alkyl and ester groups are C(1)-C(16) and benzyl ester groups. This is a new general synthetic route to a potentially wide range of polycationic cyclodextrins capable of acting as gene delivery vectors by condensing DNA and forming liquid crystalline complexes with oligonucleotides.
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