Special Issue "Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Druggability of Proteins"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 28 February 2023 | Viewed by 32709
Interests: drug design; metalloenzymes; carbonic anhydrases; anticancer agents; antiinfectives; sulfonamides; coumarins
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The proteins are probably the most essential biomolecules for all life processes. In the last 20 years, huge progress with genomics, proteomics, and other OMICS has led to a deep understanding of most aspects of these important biomolecules. However, their study remains as fascinating as ever, because the exact functions of many proteins are not well understood, the regulatory processes and the interactions between proteins have been investigated in detail only recently, and the applications of this research have produced relevant results only in the last decade. These and other aspects related to molecular biology, regulation, structure, and function, as well as druggability of proteins, will be dealt with in this special issue of IJMS. Potential authors are invited to present their latest research in all these fields.
Prof. Dr. Claudiu T. Supuran
Prof. Paola Gratteri
Prof. Silvia Selleri
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- Protein structure and function
- Proteins as drug targets
- Protein folding
- Protein–protein interaction