Special Issue "Biomolecules Modification"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (10 April 2016).
Departament of Biocatalysis, Institute of Catalysis (ICP-CSIC), Marie Curie 2, Cantoblanco, Campus UAM, 28049 Madrid, Spain
Interests: protein chemistry; nanocatalysis; biotransformations; biocatalysis; carbohydrate chemistry; chemical biology
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Interests: catalysis; protein modification; oligonucleotides; biosensors; signal amplification
Biomolecules are essential components involved in all biological processes in living organisms. In particular, peptides and proteins are essential for many different biological processes. Posttranslational modifications of proteins represent essential steps in their final biological activity. In this way, chemical biology approaches have been developed in the last few years in order to create new modified artificial or semisynthetic proteins very useful to study and know the behavior of different biological processes in different diseases, such as Alzheimer, cancer, Parkinson, etc. Furthermore, the capacity of some proteins to act, catalyzing several natural or unnatural processes have been altered and improved by different modification strategies. New oligonucleotides or oligosaccharides represent a class of new pharmaceuticals, such as drugs or vaccines for different diseases, such as Hepatitis, HIV, malaria, etc. Nevertheless, to access novel modified biomolecules, specially developing new strategies and methodologies to create them is still needed.
This Special Issue will be focused on innovative and novel research in the modification of biomolecules by different biological or chemical strategies and their application in organic, bioorganic, or medicinal chemistry.
Prof. Jose M. Palomo
Prof. Chris Frost
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- protein chemistry
- molecular biology
- medicinal chemistry
- chemical biology