Protein- and peptide-mediated transduction: mechanisms and implications for drug delivery
Protein transduction: from physiology to technology and vice versa
Adaptive translocation: the role of hydrogen bonding and membrane potential in the uptake of guanidinium-rich transporters into cells
Nuclear delivery of macromolecules: barriers and carriers
Cell-penetrating peptides: mechanism and kinetics of cargo delivery
Membrane-permeable arginine-rich peptides and the translocation mechanisms
Tat peptide-mediated cellular delivery: back to basics
Transmembrane delivery of protein and peptide drugs by TAT-mediated transduction in the treatment of cancer
Transcellular protein transduction using the Tat protein of HIV-1
Intracellular targeting of polymer-bound drugs for cancer chemotherapy
Intracellular delivery of large molecules and small particles by cell-penetrating proteins and peptides
The role of alpha-helical structure in p53 peptides as a determinant for their mechanism of cell death: necrosis versus apoptosis