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Th is fluorescently labeled vector can now be utilized for imaging, besides being potentially useful for coupling metal NPs with appropriate functional groups for coupling to amine and carboxyl groups on the virus surface. 3 RCNMV assembly around an NP. NP-labeled phages and plant viruses have greatly aided in the development and demonstration of the principles of construction of novel organic–inorganic nanobiosystems. However, for translational biomedical purposes, capitalizing on recent advances in gene therapy applications, coupling NPs to human viral-vector-based systems would be optimal.
2) (Lee et al. 2002). More complex structures, as explained in another section below, were generated utilizing similar approaches. Besides MS1, another bacteriophage, MS2, was modified to surfaceexpress cysteine residues, and could thus potentially be used for coupling NPs to this sulfhydryl moiety (Peabody 2003). The use of cysteine residues for coupling is beneficial, as covalent coupling chemistry results in permanent attachment of NPs to the viruses. 2 (A) M13 bacteriophage can be genetically engineered to express different NP-binding affi nity peptides on its surface.
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Handbook of nanophysics. / no. 7, Nanomedicine and nanorobotics by Klaus D Sattler