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    • 1D to 2D Self Assembly of Cyclic Peptides 

      Insua López, Ignacio; Montenegro García, Javier (American Chemical Society, 2020)
      Despite recent developments in two-dimensional self-assembly, most supramolecular 2D materials are assembled by tedious methodologies, with complex surface chemistry and small sizes. We here report d/l-alternating cyclic ...
    • An Adhesive Peptide from the C-Terminal Domain of α-Synuclein for Single-Layer Adsorption of Nanoparticles onto Substrates 

      Bhak, Ghibom; Méndez Ardoy, Alejandro; Escobedo, Albert; Salvatella, Xavier; Montenegro García, Javier (American Chemical Society, 2020)
      The two-dimensional (2D) homogeneous assembly of nanoparticle monolayer arrays onto a broad range of substrates constitutes an important challenge for chemistry, nanotechnology, and material science. α-Synuclein (αS) is ...
    • Chemo- and Regioselective Lysine Modification on Native Proteins 

      Matos, Maria João Correia Pinto Carvalho de; Oliveira, Bruno L.; Martínez Saéz, Nuria; Guerreiro, Ana; Cal, Pedro M.S.D.; Bertoldo, Jean Borges; Maneiro Rey, María; Perkins, Elizabeth; Howard, Julie A.; Deery, Michael J.; Chalker, Justin M.; Corzana, Francisco; Jiménez Osés, Gonzalo; Bernardes, Gonçalo J.L. (American Chemical Society, 2018)
      Site-selective chemical conjugation of synthetic molecules to proteins expands their functional and therapeutic capacity. Current protein modification methods, based on synthetic and biochemical technologies, can achieve ...
    • Stimuli-Responsive DNA Binding by Synthetic Systems 

      Rodríguez Villar, Jéssica; Mosquera Mosquera, Jesús; Learte Aymamí, Soraya; Vázquez Sentís, Marco Eugenio; Mascareñas Cid, José Luis (American Chemical Society, 2020)
      Conspectus: DNA is the molecule responsible for the storage and transmission of the genetic information in living organisms. The expression of this information is highly regulated. In eukaryotes, it is achieved mainly at ...

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