Apr 9, 2020

A chemical strategy to control protein networks in vivo

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
M. J. ZieglerRichard Wombacher

Abstract

Direct control of protein interaction by chemically induced protein proximity (CIPP) holds great potential for cell- and synthetic biology as well as therapeutic applications. However, toxicity, low cell-permeability and lack of orthogonality currently limit the use of available chemical inducers of proximity (CIP). We present Mandi, a novel CIP and demonstrate its applicability in cell culture systems as well as living organisms for protein translocation, protein network shuttling and manipulation of endogenous proteins.

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