Special Issue "Selected Papers from the 7th European Chemical Biology Symposium 2021 (ECBS/LS EuCHEMS)"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 September 2021.
Interests: computational chemical biology; molecular recognition; drug design; innate immunity receptors; antimicrobial resistance; glycomimetics; toll-like receptors; lectins
Interests: bioorganic chemistry; biomolecular NMR spectroscopy; molecular recognition; metabolomics; foodomics; natural bioactive compounds; rational drug design; anti-amyloidogenic, antitumor, antibacterials molecules
Interests: medicinal and bioorganic chemistry; drug development; glycolipids targeting Toll-like Receptor 4 (TLR4); anti-inflammatory compounds; vaccine adjuvants and vaccine formulations; molecules targeting Serca 2a as drug leads for heart failure
Interests: biomolecular structure and dynamics; protein–surface interactions; misfolding; molecular recognition; biomolecular NMR spectroscopy; protein chemical modifications
Special Issues and Collections in MDPI journals
Interests: isolation and stereostructural elucidation of novel molecules from marine origin; molecular networking; leads mokecules in drug discovery; quorum sensing and quorum quenching molecules; cyanobateria-derived molecules; cyanobacteria toxins; poliketides/peptide mixed molecules
Special Issues and Collections in MDPI journals
Special Issue in Marine Drugs: Marine Secondary Metabolite II, 2017
Special Issue in Marine Drugs: Quorum Quenching Agents: Exploring Quorum Sensing Interfering Strategies in Marine Bacteria for the Development of Novel Therapeutics
Topical Collection in Marine Drugs: International Summer School on Natural Products: The Contribution of Young Researchers to Marine Inspired Products
Special Issue in Molecules: Sea-Inspired Molecules
The 7th ECBS/LS EuCHEMS (ECBS 2021) will be held at the University of Milano-Bicocca in Milano, Italy, from 24 to 26 May 2021.
After the success and wide resonance of the 2019 edition in Madrid, this biennial, highly interdisciplinary meeting, belonging to the European Chemical Biology Symposium ECBS series, is becoming the reference event in Europe, bringing together world experts and top scientists and young investigators in the fields of Medicinal and Biological Chemistry. Jointly organized by the Life Sciences division of EuCheMS (http://www.euchems.eu/) and by the European ESFRI infrastructure EU-OPENSCREEN (http://www.eu-openscreen.eu/), the ECBS meeting focuses on diverse aspects of innovative chemistry at the interface with biology, material science, biophysiscs, and other disciplines.
Among the topics addressed at this conference are: artificial intelligence in drug design, small molecules targeting nucleic acids, new pharmacolocal approaches: targeting protein degradation, protein aggregation and self-assembly, bio-nanotechnology and synthetic biology, natural compounds chemistry and biology, glycochemistry and glycobiology, fighting resistant pathogens, and new approaches in antiviral therapies.
Attendants of the conference, especially early-stage researchers, are cordially invited to contribute to this Special issue with original research papers or reviews.
Dr. Sonsoles Martín‐Santamaría
Prof. Dr. Cristina Airoldi
Prof. Francesco Peri
Prof. Dr. Michael Assfalg
Prof. Dr. Valeria Costantino
Manuscript Submission Information
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- protein biotechnology
- computational biology
- machine learning
- bacterial resistance
- drug discovery
- natural products
- synthetic biology
- biomedical materials
- chemical glycobiology