Highlights in Bioorganic Chemistry: Methods and Applications

Highlights in Bioorganic Chemistry: Methods and Applications

Editor(s): Carsten Schmuck, Helma Wennemers

Published Online: 27 MAY 2005

Print ISBN: 9783527306565

Online ISBN: 9783527603725

DOI: 10.1002/3527603727

About this Book

This is a fascinating introduction to the topic. Spanning the spectrum of nucleic acid chemistry, carbohydrates, peptides, molecular recognition, biosynthesis and natural biosynthesis, right up to medical and biophysical chemistry, the book provides advanced students and those already working in the field with a balanced overview.
In more than 30 contributions, a new generation of recognized scientists gives an account of the latest research in such areas as
* Artificial receptors for the stabilization of ?-sheet structures
* Carbohydrate recognition by artificial receptors
* Combinatorial chemistry as a tool for the discovery of catalysts
* The interaction of NO and peroxynitrite with hemoglobin and myoglobin
* Inhibitors against human mast-cell-tryptase as a potential approach to conquering asthma
* The selectivity of DNA replication.
A readily accessible survey for everyone wishing to stay abreast of developments.

With a Foreword by Ronald Breslow.

Table of contents

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  1. Part 1: Biomolecules and Their Conformation

  2. Part 2: Non-Covalent Intermolecular Interactions

  3. Part 3: Studies in Drug Developments

  4. Part 4: Studies in Diagnostic Developments

    1. Chapter 4.1

      Selectivity of DNA Replication (pages 297–310)

      Andreas Marx, Daniel Summerer, Michael Strerath and Susanne Brakmann

    2. Chapter 4.4

      Labeling of Fusion Proteins with Small Molecules in Vivo (pages 344–351)

      Susanne Gendreizig, Antje Keppler, Alexandre Juillerat, Thomas Gronemeyer and Kai Johnsson

  5. Part 5: Catalysis

    1. Chapter 5.2

      Twin Ribozymes (pages 404–421)

      Sabine Müller, Rüdiger Welz, Sergei A. Ivanov and Katrin Bossmann

    2. Chapter 5.3

      RNA As a Catalyst: The Diels–Alderase Ribozyme (pages 422–435)

      Sonja Keiper, Dirk Bebenroth, Friedrich Stuhlmann and Andres Jäschke

  6. Part 6: Methodology, Bioengineering and Bioinspired Assemblies

    1. Chapter 6.2

      Small Molecule Arrays (pages 485–500)

      Rolf Breinbauer, Maja Köhn and Carsten Peters

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