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PEG-bis(phosphonic acid trimethylsilyl ester) is a chemical compound that belongs to the class of polyethylene glycol (PEG) derivatives. This compound contains two phosphonic acid functional groups (-PO3H2) attached to the PEG chain, each of which is modified with a trimethylsilyl ester group (-Si(CH3)3).

One of the primary uses of PEG-bis(phosphonic acid trimethylsilyl ester) is in the design and development of novel drug delivery systems. Its ability to form stable, biocompatible complexes with various therapeutic agents, such as small molecules, peptides, and proteins, allows for improved solubility, increased circulation time, and targeted delivery to specific tissues and organs.

Furthermore, the presence of the phosphonic acid functional groups enables PEG-bis(phosphonic acid trimethylsilyl ester) to bind strongly to the surface of hydroxyapatite, a mineral component of bone tissue. This property has led to its application in the development of bone-targeting drug delivery systems and bone implants, which can be used to treat various bone diseases and injuries.

PEG-bis(phosphonic acid trimethylsilyl ester)

Cat# Name Structure M.W. Purity Pricing
AP14134PEG3-bis(phosphonic acid trimethylsilyl ester)554.8≥95% Pricing
AP14133PEG4-bis(phosphonic acid trimethylsilyl ester)598.9≥95% Pricing

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