Amino Acids and Peptides, Volume 21
J H Jones
Royal Society of Chemistry, Jan 1, 1990 - Reference - 234 pages
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Chemical Synthesis and Resolution of Amino Acids
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a-amino Acta alkylation Amer amide bond amino acids analogues antagonists antibiotic aqueous asymmetric azetidinone Balaram binding Biochem Biochemistry Biol biological activity Bioorg BocNH Bull C-terminal carbapenems cephalosporins chain Chem Chem.Abs Chen Chim chiral chloride CHMe2 cleavage Coll complexes compounds condensation conformation coupling crystal structure cyclic Czech deprotection derivatives derivatization diastereoisomers dipeptides disulphide enantiomer enantiomeric excesses enkephalin enolate enzyme esters Fmoc formation formed fragments give glycine glycoproteins H-bond hydrolysis imines inhibition inhibitors Int.J.Pept.Protein Res intermediate intramolecular J.Chem.Soc J.Labelled J.Med.Chem J.Org.Chem Khim ligand method methyl molecules novel oxidation P-lactam P-turn penicillin Pept peptide bond Peptide Protein Res peptide synthesis peptides containing Pharm potent precursor prepared proline protecting groups racemization reaction Reagents receptor reduction renin reported residues ring route Scheme sequence side-chain solution somatostatin SPPS studies substituted substrate Tetrahedron Lett thiol Toniolo tripeptide V.J. Hruby Yajima yield