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Part 1. Fundamentals of quadruplexes and their biology
- Fundamentals of G-quadruplex biology
- Quadruplex structure and diversity
- Telomeric quadruplexes as therapeutic targets
- Viral G-quadruplexes: New frontiers in virus pathogenesis and antiviral therapy
- Quadruplex detection in human cells
- An overview of quadruplex ligands: Their common features and chemotype diversity
- Molecular dynamics simulations of G-quadruplexes: The basic principles and their application to folding and ligand binding
- Quadruplex-interacting compounds for regulating the translation of the Epstein–Barr virus nuclear antigen 1 (EBNA1) mRNA: A new strategy to prevent and treat EBV-related cancers
- Click and combinatorial approaches to quadruplex ligand discovery
- Quadruplex nucleic acids in KRAS targeted-cancer therapy
- Transcriptional regulation of MYC through G-quadruplex structures
- KIT promoter: Structure, function and targeting
- Quadruplex targets in neurodegenerative diseases
- Metal complexes as G-quadruplex binders
- Challenges in developing small-molecule quadruplex therapeutics
F. Brad Johnson
Fernaldo Richtia Winnerdy and Anh Tuân Phan
Part 2. Quadruplex targets in human and other organisms
Sefan Asamitsu, Norifumi Shioda and Hiroshi Sugiyama
Emanuela Ruggiero and Sara N. Richter
Part 3. Discovery and design of quadruplex-binding compounds
Valentina Pirota, Michele Stasi, Alessandra Benassi and Filippo Doria
Jiri Sponer, Barira Islam, Petr Stadlbauer and Shozeb Haider
Anton Granzhan, Rodrigo Prado Martins, Robin Fåhraeus, Marc Blondel and Marie-Paule Teulade-Fichou
Jyotirmayee Dash, Puja Saha and Khushnood Fatma
Luigi E. Xodo
Sumirtha Balaratnam and John S. Schneekloth
Silvia Ceschi and Claudia Sissi
Tim Kench and Ramon Vilar
The realisation that human, animal, viral and bacterial genomes all contain over-representation of higher-order quadruplex structures in regulatory and other pharmacologically-useful regions, has led to a large number of studies aimed at exploiting this findings for therapeutic and diagnostic purposes. Quadruplex-binding small molecules are starting to be evaluated in human clinical trials.
- Provides the authority and expertise of leading contributors from an international board of authors
- Presents the latest release in the Annual Reports in Medicinal Chemistry series
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- 25th August 2020
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Stephen Neidle is an Emeritus Professor of Chemical Biology at University College London, where he has also been the Director of Research in the School of Pharmacy. He has published over 500 primary papers and reviews and is a principal inventor on 14 patent filings. He has also written and edited several books on nucleic acids and anti-cancer drugs.
The School of Pharmacy, University College London, UK.
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