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For the controlled synthesis of even the simplest dipeptide, the Nα‐amino group of one of the amino acids and the C‐terminal carboxyl group of the other should both be blocked with suitable protecting groups. Formation of the desired amide bond can now occur upon activation of the free...
The synthesis, properties, and application of condensing reagents derived from 1,3,5‐triazines are described. The mechanism of activation of carboxylic function, structure of reactive intermediates, and mechanism of acylation of nucleophiles are presented. The synthetic versatility of mono‐...
The functionalization of peptides and proteins by aldehyde or keto groups has become the subject of intensive research since the discovery of the inhibition properties of peptide aldehydes and the advent of protein engineering. The first part of this review focuses upon the tremendous efforts...
Conformationally constrained amino acid and dipeptide units can serve in mimics of specific secondary structures for studying relationships between peptide conformation and biological activity. A variety of mimics are required to study systematically the structure–activity relationships in...
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