Membrane interactions of two arginine-rich peptides with different cell internalization capacities.

@article{Walrant2012MembraneIO,
  title={Membrane interactions of two arginine-rich peptides with different cell internalization capacities.},
  author={Astrid Walrant and Alexander Vogel and Isabelle Correia and Olivier Lequin and Bjoern E.S. Olausson and Bernard Desbat and Sandrine Sagan and Isabel D. Alves},
  journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta},
  year={2012},
  volume={1818 7},
  pages={
          1755-63
        }
}
Cell penetrating peptides (CPPs) can cross cell membranes in a receptor independent manner and transport cargo molecules inside cells. These peptides can internalize through two independent routes: energy dependent endocytosis and energy independent translocation across the membrane, but the exact mechanisms are still unknown. The interaction of the CPP with different membrane components is certainly a preliminary key point that triggers internalization, such as the interaction with lipids to… CONTINUE READING
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