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Binding of phosphorylated peptides and inhibition of their interaction with disease-relevant human proteins by synthetic metal-chelate receptors

Riechers, A. ; Grauer, A. ; Ritter, S. ; Sperl, B. ; Berg, T. ; König, Burkhard



Abstract

The modulation of biological signal transduction pathways by masking phosphorylated amino acid residues represents a viable route toward pharmacologic protein regulation. Binding of phosphorylated amino acid residues has been achieved with synthetic metal-chelate receptors. The affinity and selectivity of such receptors can be enhanced if combined with a second binding site. We demonstrate this ...

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