Sugar amino acids in designing new molecules

Chakraborty, Tushar Kanti ; Srinivasu, Pothukanuri ; Tapadar, Subhasish ; Mohan, Bajjuri Krishna (2005) Sugar amino acids in designing new molecules Glycoconjugate Journal, 22 (3). pp. 83-93. ISSN 0282-0080

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Emulating the basic principles followed by Nature to build its vast repertoire of biomolecules, organic chemists are developing many novel multifunctional building blocks and using them to create 'nature-like' and yet unnatural organic molecules. Sugar amino acids constitute an important class of such polyfunctional scaffolds where the carboxyl, amino and hydroxyl termini provide an excellent opportunity to organic chemists to create structural diversities akin to Nature's molecular arsenal. This article describes some of our works on various sugar amino acids and many other related building blocks, like furan amino acids, pyrrole amino acids etc. used in wide-ranging peptidomimetic studies.

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Keywords:Sugar Amino Acids; Furan Amino Acids; Pyrrole Amino Acids; Peptides; Nmr; Molecular Dynamics; Hydrogen Bonding
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