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In situ deprotection and incorporation of unnatural amino acids during cell-free protein synthesis.
I. N. Arthur
James E. Hennessy
Corpus ID: 23990162
The S30 extract from E. coli BL21 Star (DE3) used for cell-free protein synthesis removes a wide range of α-amino acid protecting…
Peptides containing gamma,delta-dihydroxy-L-leucine.
Benson J. Edagwa
Carol M Taylor
The Journal of organic chemistry
Corpus ID: 207715679
(+/-)-Dehydroleucine was prepared and resolved by porcine kidney acylase. Under the conditions of the Sharpless asymmetric…
Conformationally constrained formyl methionyl tripeptides: structure-function study of analogs containing alpha,beta-dehydrophenylalanine and dehydroleucine.
V. S. Chauhan
Corpus ID: 22292877
In order to probe the role of peptide backbone conformation on the biological activity of chemotactic peptides through…
Biosynthesis of thiopeptide antibiotic A10255: incorporation of isotopically-labeled precursors.
J. W. Paschal
L. D. Boeck
The Journal of antibiotics
Corpus ID: 6686777
The biosynthetic origin of antibiotic A10255 was investigated using 14C- and 13C-labeled amino acids. DL-[1-(13)C]Serine labeled…
Synthetic and conformational studies on dehydroalanine‐containing model peptides
Virander S. Chauhan
Corpus ID: 29193991
Three model dipeptides containing a dehydroalanine residue (ΔAla) at the C‐terminal, Boc‐X‐ΔAla‐NHCH3 [X = Ala, Val, and Phe…
The 3H-Labelling of Peptides by Reduction of Dehydroleucine
P. M. Hardy
Corpus ID: 155544928
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