2002

Peptide Science — Present and Future

Proceedings of the 1st International Peptide Symposium

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ISBN: 978-0-7923-5271-6 (Print) 978-0-306-46864-3 (Online)

Table of contents (285 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxxxvi

  2. Plenary lectures

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      From big molecules to smaller ones

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      Pages 6-14

      Directions for solving the remaining problems in the synthesis of large peptides

  3. General lectures

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      Pages 15-20

      Peptide science: past, present and future

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      Pages 21-25

      Quo vadis? Where is peptide chemistry headed?

  4. Peptide mimetics and de novo design

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      Pages 26-29

      Designing peptidomimetic antagonists for peptide receptors: topochemical differences of agonists and antagonists

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      Pages 30-33

      Self-assembling homopolymeric peptide tapes in aqueous solution

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      Pages 34-38

      Peptides containing nonnatural amino acids with functional side groups

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      Pages 39-40

      Active carbonates of N -protected amino alcohols for synthesis of carbamate pseudopeptides

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      Pages 41-43

      Convenient one-pot synthesis of cystine-containing peptides from protected peptidyl resins and its application to the synthesis of bifunctional anti-HIV compounds

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      Pages 44-46

      Stereoselective synthesis of two type ( E )-alkene dipeptide isosteres from a single substrate of β-aziridinyl- α,β-enoate

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      Pages 47-48

      Design and synthesis of conformationally constrained dipeptide containing the α-fluoroglycine residue

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      Pages 49-51

      Screening of peptidomimetic tyrosine kinase inhibitors for inducing programmed cell death

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      Pages 52-53

      Molecular assembly of helix peptides vertically oriented on gold surface

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      Pages 54-56

      Gramicidin vesicles — self-assembly in water composed of gramicidin A as hydrophobic core of membrane

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      Pages 57-58

      Design, synthesis, and characterization of a dimeric analog of small globular protein (SGP) in solution and its biological and channel-forming activities

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      Pages 59-60

      Molecular design of cyclic peptides containing a non-natural amino acid: novel synthetic approach to artificial ion channels

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      Pages 61-63

      Structure based design and characterization of exocyclic peptidomimetics that inhibit TNFα binding to its receptor

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      Pages 64-66

      A three-helix bundle metallopeptide destabilized at an acidic condition

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      Pages 67-69

      The alamethicin-leucine zipper hybrid peptide: modulation of the assembling of transmembrane peptides through the extramembrane peptide segments

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      Pages 70-72

      BCvir: backbone cyclic peptide, which mimics the nuclear localization signal of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 matrix protein, inhibits nuclear import and virus production in non-dividing cells

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