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Stereoselective Formation of Chiral Metallopeptides
Playing into our hands: The achiral bipyridine amino acid fluorenylmethyloxycarbonyl 5‐amino‐3‐oxapentanoic acid (Fmoc‐O1PenBpy‐OH) has been used for the solid‐phase synthesis of metallopeptides. Circular dichroism, molecular ...
A chemosensor for dihydrogenphosphate based on an oxoazamacrocycle possessing three thiourea arms
(Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012)
We report a new H-bond macrocyclic chromogenic chemosensor in organic media, H3L, which displayed drastic changes in its UV–vis spectra revealing selectivity for dihydrogenphosphate over other inorganic anions, such as ...
Selective G-quadruplex binding by oligoarginine-Ru(dppz) metallopeptides
(Royal Society of Chemistry, 2018)
A set of Ru(II) metallopeptides containing the dppz ligand has been synthesized using SPPS methods. Fluorescence titration studies show that those metallopeptides featuring an octaarginine tail display a large binding ...
Programmed stereoselective assembly of DNA-binding helical metallopeptides
(Royal Society of Chemistry, 2014)
A flexible and versatile synthetic approach for the construction of water-stable DNA-binding chiral peptide helicates based on the solid phase peptide synthesis (SPPS) methodology is reported
The folding of a metallopeptide
(Royal Society of Chemistry, 2016)
We have applied solid-phase synthesis methods for the construction of tris(bipyridyl) peptidic ligands that coordinate Fe(II) ions with high affinity and fold into stable mononuclear metallopeptides. The main factors ...
Canonical DNA minor groove insertion of bisbenzamidine–Ru(ii) complexes with chiral selectivity
(Royal Society of Chemistry, 2019)
We report the first Ru(II) coordination compounds that interact with DNA through a canonical minor groove insertion mode and with selectivity for A/T rich sites. This was made possible by integrating a bis-benzamidine minor ...