An economical and preparative orthogonal solid phase synthesis of fluorescein and rhodamine derivatized peptides: FRET substrates for the Staphylococcus aureus sortase SrtA transpeptidase reaction.

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An economical and preparative-scale orthogonal solid-phase method of incorporating carboxyrhodamine and carboxyfluorescein fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET) probes site-specifically into synthetic peptide substrates for the S. aureus Sortase transpeptidase SrtA has been developed. 

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@article{Kruger2002AnEA, title={An economical and preparative orthogonal solid phase synthesis of fluorescein and rhodamine derivatized peptides: FRET substrates for the Staphylococcus aureus sortase SrtA transpeptidase reaction.}, author={Ryan G. Kruger and Patrick J Dostal and Dewey G. McCafferty}, journal={Chemical communications}, year={2002}, volume={18}, pages={2092-3} }