Interaction of Human Serum Album and C60 Aggregates in Solution
AbstractAn important property of C60 in aquatic ecotoxicology is that it can form stable aggregates with nanoscale dimensions, namely nC60. Aggregation allows fullerenes to remain suspended for a long time, and the reactivity of individual C60 is substantially altered in this aggregate form. Herein, we investigated the interaction of nC60 and human serum album (HSA) using the methods of fluorescence, fluorescence dynamics, circular dichroism (CD), and site marker competitive experiments. We proposed a binding model consistent with the available experimental results for the interactions of nC60 with HSA. During the interaction process, the structure and conformation of HSA were affected, leading to functional changes of drug binding sites of HSA. View Full-Text
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Song, M.; Liu, S.; Yin, J.; Wang, H. Interaction of Human Serum Album and C60 Aggregates in Solution. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2011, 12, 4964-4974.
Song M, Liu S, Yin J, Wang H. Interaction of Human Serum Album and C60 Aggregates in Solution. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 2011; 12(8):4964-4974.Chicago/Turabian Style
Song, Maoyong; Liu, Shufang; Yin, Junfa; Wang, Hailin. 2011. "Interaction of Human Serum Album and C60 Aggregates in Solution." Int. J. Mol. Sci. 12, no. 8: 4964-4974.