American Peptide Society

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Hydrophobic Moieties

Hydrophobic Moieties

Trans amide bonds and fast cis–trans isomerization of Xaa-Pro bonds are crucial for the stability and folding rate of collagen, the most abundant protein in mammals...

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Ghost Peptides

Ghost Peptides

A major hurdle in chemical biology is the delivery of native proteins into the cytosol of mammalian cells. Published in ACS Chemical Biology, and presented...

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Roads to Rome

Roads to Rome

Ribosomally synthesized and post-translationally modified peptides, RiPPs, are ubiquitous natural products. Bioactive RiPPs are produced from a precursor...

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Short Peptides

Short Peptides

Helical secondary and tertiary motifs are commonly observed as binding epitopes in natural and engineered protein scaffolds. While several strategies...

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Ice Nucleators

Ice Nucleators

In a manuscript published in Langmuir, Yuki Kamijo and Ratmir Derda from the, University of Alberta, describe a screening system that employs the difference...

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Platinum Nanoparticles

Platinum Nanoparticles

Hepatocellular carcinoma, HCC, is the sixth most frequent cancer and the second leading cause of death from cancer worldwide. Sorafenib is the most commonly used FDA‐approved systemic...

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Octreotide Analogs

Octreotide Analogs

Somatostatin, SS, is a cyclic tetradecapeptide able to inhibit the release of growth hormone, GH, mainly through the binding to two G‐protein coupled...

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Enzyme Sequestration

Enzyme Sequestration

Liquid-like droplets of biomacromolecules are emerging as a fundamental mechanism of cellular signaling, but designing synthetic mimics to form such...

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Azapeptide Libraries

Azapeptide Libraries

Aza‐propargylglycine, azaPra, peptides are branching points for the synthesis of azapeptide libraries. Researchers in the Lubell Lab, published in...

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Young Investigator

Young Investigator

Sheherazade Jekhmane from Utrecht University is one of the winners of the 2019 Young Investigators Oral Presentations Award, presented at this year's American Peptide Society Symposium in Monterey, CA...

Young Investigator

Young Investigator

ne of the winners of the 2019 Peptide Science Poster Award, presented at the 2019 American Peptide Society Symposium in Monterey, CA, is Hyunjun Yang from the Nowick Group at the University of California at Irvine...

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Volume 111, Issue 6, November 2019

The aim of Peptide Science is to publish significant original research papers and up-to-date reviews covering the entire field of peptide research. Peptide Science provides a forum for papers covering all aspects of peptide synthesis, materials, structure and bioactivity, including the use of peptides in exploring protein functions and protein-protein interactions.