Initial structural studies of charged receptors that bind to inorganic phosphate anion and to an anionic phospholipid found in bacterial membranes.

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ITC titration studies of a family of bis-ammonium receptors based upon a scaffold of two bis-linked phenol rings show that several of the receptors bind to both dihydrogenphosphate and phosphatidylglycerol anions in a similar binding motif. Thermodynamic properties determined from ITC show that anion binding is entropy driven. Job plots determined from (1)H… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/jo102383j

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@article{Koralegedara2011InitialSS, title={Initial structural studies of charged receptors that bind to inorganic phosphate anion and to an anionic phospholipid found in bacterial membranes.}, author={Manjula B Koralegedara and Hong W Aw and Dennis H Burns}, journal={The Journal of organic chemistry}, year={2011}, volume={76 6}, pages={1930-3} }