Membrane permeability of bifunctional, amino site-specific, cross-linking reagents.

@article{Miyakawa1978MembranePO,
  title={Membrane permeability of bifunctional, amino site-specific, cross-linking reagents.},
  author={Tokichi Miyakawa and Larry J. Takemoto and C. Fred Fox},
  journal={Journal of supramolecular structure},
  year={1978},
  volume={8 3},
  pages={
          303-10
        }
}
The membrane permeability of a series of reversible cross-linking reagents which are diazide tartarate derivatives has been compared with that of dimethyl-3,3'-dithiobispropionimidate (DTBP). The diazide tartarate derivatives tested include tartryl-diazide (TDA), tartryl-di(glycylazide) (TDGA), tartryl-di(beta-alanylazide) (TDAA), tartryl-di-(gamma-aminobutyrylazide) (TDBA), tartryl-di(epsilon-aminocaproylazide) (TDCA). TDA, which has the shortest chain length of the diazide tartarate… 
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