Increasing cytostatic effects of ricin A chain and Staphylococcus aureus enterotoxin A through in vitro hydrophobization with fatty acid residues.


In order to impart an ability for receptor-independent transmembrane transfer to water-soluble proteins, it has been suggested that they be hydrophobized by lipid groups (fatty acids, etc.). To this end, systems of reversed micelles of surfactants in organic solvents were used as reaction media for protein modification. It was shown that after introduction… (More)


Figures and Tables

Sorry, we couldn't extract any figures or tables for this paper.