Clickable Poly(ionic liquids): A Materials Platform for Transfection.

@article{Freyer2016ClickablePL,
  title={Clickable Poly(ionic liquids): A Materials Platform for Transfection.},
  author={Jessica L. Freyer and Spencer D. Brucks and Graham Gobieski and S. T. Russell and Carrie E. Yozwiak and Mengzhen Sun and Zhixing Chen and Yivan Jiang and Jeffrey S Bandar and B. Stockwell and T. Lambert and L. Campos},
  journal={Angewandte Chemie},
  year={2016},
  volume={55 40},
  pages={
          12382-6
        }
}
  • Jessica L. Freyer, Spencer D. Brucks, +9 authors L. Campos
  • Published 2016
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Angewandte Chemie
  • The potential applications of cationic poly(ionic liquids) range from medicine to energy storage, and the development of efficient synthetic strategies to target innovative cationic building blocks is an important goal. A post-polymerization click reaction is reported that provides facile access to trisaminocyclopropenium (TAC) ion-functionalized macromolecules of various architectures, which are the first class of polyelectrolytes that bear a formal charge on carbon. Quantitative conversions… CONTINUE READING

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