A rationally designed peptidomimetic biosensor for sialic acid on cell surfaces

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Abstract

We have developed peptidomimetic sialic acid (Sia) biosensors using boronic acid and arginine groups on the peptide backbone. The designed peptides were conjugated to fluorescent streptavidin via biotin enabling the optical labeling of cells. This approach provides unique opportunities to detect Sia composition on the cell surfaces and filopodia. This journal is

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Chaudhary, P. M., Murthy, R. V., Yadav, R., & Kikkeri, R. (2015). A rationally designed peptidomimetic biosensor for sialic acid on cell surfaces. Chemical Communications, 51(38), 8112–8115. https://doi.org/10.1039/c5cc01662b

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