Amino Acids, Peptides and Proteins, Volume 16
J H Jones
Royal Society of Chemistry, Jan 1, 1985 - Science - 407 pages
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Synthesis of 3 and Higher Homologous Natural
Physical and Stereochemical Studies of Amino Acids
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3-sheet Acad Acta Crystallogr active acyl alkylation amide amino acid Anal analogues Antibiot aspartic atom ATPase bacteriorhodopsin binding Biochem Biochemistry Biol Biophys Biopolymers bond Bovine Bull carboxyl chain Chem Chim chiral Chromatogr chromatography complex compound conformation crosslinking crystal cyclic cysteine cytochrome dehydrogenase deprotection derivatives dipeptide disulphide enantiomer Enkephalin enzyme ester FEBS Lett formation fragment glutamic glutamic acid glycine gramicidin haem helical histidine hydrogen hydrophobic inactivation inhibitor insulin interactions intermediate labelling ligand lysine membrane MeOH method methyl modified molecule Mossbauer Natl Nature London oxidation Pept Peptide Ref Perkin Trans Photoaffinity Photoaffinity labelling Phys Porcine prefix presence Proc proline Protein Res racemization Raman reaction reagent receptor residues resin Sect sequence serine shows side-chain solvent spectra stability structure studies substitution substrate subunits symbols synthesis Tetrahedron Lett trivial name tryptophan tyrosine