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It is now over 100 years since the first report of peptide synthesis by Emil Fischer in 1899. This book, published in the English language, will reflect the current changes of this important discipline, which is at the center of modern chemistry and biology. The five-volume set, edited by the internationally renowned peptide chemists will comprise a critical selection of synthetic methods in a consistent style. This is an indispensable resource for every synthetic chemist. Content:• Front Matter • Preface • Table of Contents •Volume 1. E22a - Synthesis of Peptides 1. Scope of the Volumes 2. Protection of Functional Groups 3. Peptide Bond Formation 4. Synthesis of Peptides •Volume 2. E22b 5. Methods for Protein Synthesis 6.Specific Methods 7. Analytics of Synthetic Peptides •Volume 3. E22c - Synthesis of Peptidomimetics• 8. Introduction to the Synthesis of Peptidomimetics 9. Side-Chain-Modified Peptides 10. Main-Chain-Modified Peptides 11. Combined Side-Chain- and Main-Chain-Modified Peptides 12. Peptides Incorporating Secondary Structure Inducers and Mimetics •Volume 4. E22d• Introduction to Volume E22d 13. De Novo Peptide Structures 14. Macropeptide Structures 15. Reactive Peptides 16. Synthesis of Peptide Natural Products •Volume 5. E22e 17. Authors' Index 18. Keyword Index 19. Preparation Index • Abbreviations • Appendix: Abbreviations for Amino Acids
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