Poly-Sarcosines

Polysarcosine (PSR) – originating from the natural, non-toxic amino acid sarcosine (N-Methylglycine) – is the simplest polypeptoid and a newly rediscovered biocompatible and degradable polymer. Polysarcosine has been employed in a number of drug delivery systems, including dendrimers, polymer micelles, polyplexes, protein conjugates and micro- and nanoparticles, polymersomes and nanotubes. However, widespread use of PSR has been hampered by lack of commercially-available functional PSR in good quality.

The use of PSR with functional head- and tail-groups for bioconjugation is comparable to the well-known PEGylation technology.

  1. Structure image for Mal-PSar-OMe (5 kDa)
    Mal-PSar-OMe (5 kDa)

    Product code: PSR1740

  2. Structure image for Mal-PSar-OMe (10 kDa)
    Mal-PSar-OMe (10 kDa)

    Product code: PSR1750

  3. Structure image for Mal-PSar-OMe (15 kDa)
    Mal-PSar-OMe (15 kDa)

    Product code: PSR1760

  4. Structure image for NHS-PSar-OMe (5 kDa)
    NHS-PSar-OMe (5 kDa)

    Product code: PSR1770

  5. Structure image for NHS-PSar-OMe (10 kDa)
    NHS-PSar-OMe (10 kDa)

    Product code: PSR1780

  6. Structure image for NHS-PSar-OMe (15 kDa)
    NHS-PSar-OMe (15 kDa)

    Product code: PSR1790

  7. Structure image for VitE-PSar20
    VitE-PSar20

    Product code: PSR1820

  8. Structure image for VitE-PSar10
    VitE-PSar10

    Product code: PSR1830