Cell-Penetrating Peptides(CPPs) and Drug Delivery

Cell-Penetrating Peptides (CPPs) exhibit the ability to transport pharmacologically active compounds such as proteins, plasmid DNA, liposomes, and nanoparticles into cells, presenting a promising avenue for forthcoming therapeutic applications. Nevertheless, the precise pathways through which uptake occurs remain a topic of ongoing discussion. Our research endeavors center around multiple CPPs, with the goal of uncovering their distinct transport mechanisms and elucidating their interactions with diverse lipid molecules.