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Inhibition of Ras-Effector Interaction by Cyclic Peptides.
Medical Chemistry Communications (2013)
  • Miguel A. Villalona Calero, M.D.
A combinatorial library of 6 × 106 cyclic peptides was synthesized in the one bead-two compound format, with each bead displaying a unique cyclic peptide on its surface and a linear peptide encoding tag in its interior. Screening of the library against K-Ras identified compounds that bound K-Ras with submicromolar affinity and disrupted its interaction with effector proteins.
Publication Date
February 1, 2013
Citation Information
Miguel A. Villalona Calero. "Inhibition of Ras-Effector Interaction by Cyclic Peptides." Medical Chemistry Communications Vol. 4 Iss. 2 (2013) p. 378 - 382
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