Synthesis, Structures, and ApplicationsEdited by
- Bernd Gutte
In recent years, research has shown the importance of peptides in neuroscience, immunology, and cell biology. Active research programs worldwide are now engaged in developing peptide-based drugs and vaccines using modification of natural peptides and proteins, design of artificial peptides and peptide mimetics, and screening of peptide and phage libraries.In this comprehensive book, the authors discuss peptide synthesis and application within the context of their increasing importance to the pharmaceutical industry. Peptides: Synthesis, Structures, and Applications explores the broad growth of information in modern peptide synthetic methods and the structure-activity relationships of synthetic polypeptides.
Hardbound, 511 Pages
Published: October 1995
Imprint: Academic Press
- (Chapter Headings) the History of Peptide Chemistry. Amide Formation, Deprotection, And Disulfide Formation in Peptide Synthesis. Solid Phase Peptide Synthesis. A-Helix Formation By Peptides in Water. Peptide Conformation: Stability and Dynamics. Structure-Function Studies of Peptide Hormones: An Overview. Neuropeptides: Peptides and Nonpeptide Analogs. Reversible Inhibitors of Serine Proteinases, Naturallly Occurring Miniproteins, Semisynthetic Variants, Recombinant Homologues and Synthetic Peptides. Design of Polypeptides. Chemical Combinatorial Libraries: Current Capabilities and Future Possibilities. Epitope Mapping with Peptides. Active Immunization Using Synthetic Peptides.