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Title: Circular aromatic Gamma-peptides derived from phenol- and methoxybenzene-based building blocks
Keywords: aromatic circular gamma-peptides, foldamers, oligoamides, hydrogen bonds, ab initio calculation, synthetic ion channels
Issue Date: 3-Aug-2009
Citation: SHU YINGYING (2009-08-03). Circular aromatic Gamma-peptides derived from phenol- and methoxybenzene-based building blocks. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Phenol- and methoxybenzene-based aromatic circular gamma-peptide 1 and methoxybenzene-based aromantic circular gamma-peptide 2 were synthesized through noncircular short peptides. The bifurcated hydrogen bonds rigidified the backbones and enforced the peptides to stay in crescent conformations. Ab initio calculation was carried out to predict the conformations of the intermediates and the circular peptides. X-ray crystallography and 2D NOESY analysis showed the conformation of the molecules in solid state and solution state which were both consistent with theoretical modeling results.
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