Chemical Approaches to the Synthesis of Peptides and Protiens by Paul Lloyd-Williams, Fernando Albericio and Ernest Giralt
By: Williams, Paul Lloyd.
Contributor(s): Albericio, Fernando | Giralt, Ernest.Material type: BookPublisher: New York CRC Press 1997Description: 278p.ISBN: 9780849391422.Subject(s): Organic SynthesisDDC classification: 547.2
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The latest, most efficient methods for the synthesis of peptides and proteins. This reference evaluates the most important synthesis methods available today, and also considers methods that show promise for future applications. This text describes the state of the art in efficient synthetic methods for the synthesis of both natural and artificial large peptide and protein molecules. Subjects include an introduction to basic topics, linear solid-phase synthesis of peptides, peptide synthesis in solution, convergent solid-phase synthesis, methods for the synthesis of branched peptides, formation of disulfide bridges, and more. The book emphasizes strategies and tactics that must be considered for the successful synthesis of peptides.