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The α‐factor receptor(Ste2p) is required for the sexual conjugation of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Ste2p belongs to the G protein‐coupled receptor (GPCR) family sharing a common heptahelical transmembrane structure. Biological synthesis of regions of Ste2p fused to a leader protein...
Peptide‐bond modification via N‐hydroxylation has been explored as a strategy for metal coordination to induce conformational rigidity and orient side chains for specific molecular recognition. N‐Hydroxyamides were prepared by reacting N‐benzyloxyamino acid esters or amides with...
Solid‐phase synthesis of biomolecules, of which peptides are the principal example, is well established. However, synthetic peptides containing modifications at the carboxy termini are often desired because of their potential therapeutic properties. As a result, there is a necessity for...
In this minireview, the nature of the forces controlling selectivity in the high performance capillary electrochromatographic (HP‐CEC) separation of peptides has been examined. For uncharged and charged peptides, a synergistic interplay occurs in HP‐CEC systems between adsorptive/partitioning...
The side‐chain orientation of a tyrosine residue located in a peptide, which is an excellent substrate of Syk tyrosine kinase (A. M. Brunati, A. Donella‐Deana, M. Ruzzene, O. Marin, L. A. Pinna, FEBS Letters, 1995, Vol. 367, pp. 149–152), was fixed in the gauche (+) or gauche (−)...
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