Cell Penetrating Peptides to Improve Cytosolic Drug Delivery

November 10, 2016
Session 11 of the 2016 Drug Design and Delivery Symposium


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Join Dehua Pei of The Ohio State University as he describes how the novel CPPs were discovered, their mechanism of action, and their applications for delivering peptides and proteins in vitro and in vivo. After this presentation you will discover how Cyclic CPPs may finally realize the potential originally hoped for cell-penetrating peptides.

What You Will Learn

  • A well-defined mechanism of action including mechanism of endosomal escape
  • Unprecedented delivery efficiency (>100% cytosolic delivery efficiency)
  • Greatly improved drug properties such as oral bioavailability and biodistribution

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Experts

Dehua Pei
The Ohio State University

Scott Hart
Bristol-Myers Squibb

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