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Effect of molecular parameters on the binding of phenoxyacetic acid derivatives to albumins.

The interaction of 12 phenoxyacetic acid derivatives with human and serum albumin as well as with egg albumin was studied by charge-transfer reversed-phase (RP) thin-layer chromatography (TLC) and the relative strength of interaction was calculated. Each phenoxyacetic acid derivative interacted with human and bovine serum albumins whereas no interaction was observed with egg albumin. Stepwise regression analysis proved that the lipophilicity of the derivatives exert a significant impact on their capacity to bind to serum albumins. This result supports the hypothesis that the binding of phenoxyacetic acid derivatives to albumins may involve hydrophobic forces occurring between the corresponding apolar substructures of these derivatives and the amino acid side chains.[1]


  1. Effect of molecular parameters on the binding of phenoxyacetic acid derivatives to albumins. Cserháti, T., Forgács, E., Deyl, Z., Miksík, I. J. Chromatogr. B Biomed. Sci. Appl. (2001) [Pubmed]
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