Conserved Binding Regions Provide the Clue for Peptide-Based Vaccine Development: A Chemical Perspective.

Abstract

Synthetic peptides have become invaluable biomedical research and medicinal chemistry tools for studying functional roles, i.e., binding or proteolytic activity, naturally-occurring regions' immunogenicity in proteins and developing therapeutic agents and vaccines. Synthetic peptides can mimic protein sites; their structure and function can be easily… (More)
DOI: 10.3390/molecules22122199

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@article{Curtidor2017ConservedBR, title={Conserved Binding Regions Provide the Clue for Peptide-Based Vaccine Development: A Chemical Perspective.}, author={Hernando Curtidor and C{\'e}sar Reyes and Adriana Berm{\'u}dez and Magnolia Vanegas and Yahson Varela and Manuel Elkin Patarroyo}, journal={Molecules}, year={2017}, volume={22 12} }