Synthesis of glycosylated polyethylenimine with reduced toxicity and high transfecting efficiency.


A safe and efficient synthesis of glycosylated polyethylenimine using titanium (IV) isopropoxide and sodium borohydride has been carried out as a substitute for the highly toxic sodium cyanoborohydride method currently used. Poryplexes formed between DNA and the various glycosylated polyethylenimines appeared to be much less cytotoxic than polyethylenimine… (More)


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