Amino Acids, Peptides and Proteins Vol. 37 by Etelka Farkas, Maxim Ryadnov, Jonathan Heddle, Ferenc
By Etelka Farkas, Maxim Ryadnov, Jonathan Heddle, Ferenc Hudecz, Shuguang Zhang, Luc Brunsveld, Jason Crain
Written for researchers, teachers and execs, those papers characterize an integral reference resource at the most modern traits and findings within the box of proteins, amino acids and peptides. content material: Preface; Amino acid and petide bioconjugates; Self-assembling peptide fabrics; steel complexes of amino acids and peptides; version platforms for folding and teriary contacts in peptides: A standpoint from the actual sciences; Protein nanotubes, channels and cages; Prescriptive peptide layout; focusing on alpha-helix dependent protein interactions - nuclear receptors as a case learn summary: Written for researchers, teachers and execs, those papers characterize an fundamental reference resource at the most recent tendencies and findings within the box of proteins, amino acids and peptides
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Francis and co-workes reported on a new protein bioconjugation method which exploits the addition of anilines to o-aminophenols in the 20 | Amino Acids, Pept. Proteins, 2012, 37, 1–39 presence of sodium periodate (Scheme 24). 143 Another promising study by C. F. Barbas and co-workers describes a new class of cyclic diazodicarboxamides that reacts chemoselectively with phenols therefore the phenolic side chain of tyrosine (Scheme 25). The eﬃciency of the ene-like reaction was investigated under mild aqueous milieu at pH range 2–10.
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