N-terminal PEGylation of human serum albumin and investigation of its pharmacokinetics and pulmonary microvascular retention.

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Human serum albumin (HSA) is used as an important plasma volume expander in clinical practice. In the present study, HSA was N-terminally PEGylated and a PEGylated HAS (PEG-HSA) carrying one chain of PEG (20 kDa) per HSA molecule was obtained. The purity, secondary structure and hydrodynamic radius of the modified protein were characterized using sodium… (More)

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