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Nrf2 is the major transcription factor that regulates many of the cytoprotective enzymes involved in the adaptive stress response. Modulation of Nrf2 could be therapeutically useful in a number of disease states. Activation can occur through either an electrophilic or non-electrophilic mechanism. To date, most of the research has focused on electrophilic(More)
"Stapled" peptides are typically designed to replace two non-interacting residues with a constraining, olefinic staple. To mimic interacting leucine and isoleucine residues, we have created new amino acids that incorporate a methyl group in the γ-position of the stapling amino acid S5. We have incorporated them into a sequence derived from steroid receptor(More)
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