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Reports on recent work by and for scientists in the pharmaceutical and agricultural chemical industries, and research biochemists, on molecular recognition, focusing on advances in understanding the mutual recognition of small-small, small- large, and large-large molecules. The 16 reproduced typescripts from an April 1992 conference in Exeter, England, consider theoretical and physical-chemical aspects, the growing area of self-assembly, and specific examples that illustrate innovations in methodology. Acidic paper. Distributed in the US by CRC Press. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (
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  • ISBN-13: 9780851862262
  • Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry, The
  • Publication date: 1/1/1992
  • Series: Special Publication , #11
  • Pages: 199

Table of Contents

A Contribution to Molecular Recognition from Rotational Spectroscopy 1
An Approach to Molecular Recognition Based on Partitioning of Free Energy Contributions 19
On the Role of Preorganization in Molecular Recognition 31
Self-assembly Through Networks of Hydrogen Bonds 35
Controlling Self-assembly in Organic Synthesis 51
Recognition, Replication, and Assembly 65
Directed Hydrogen Bonding in the Design of New Receptors for Complexation and Catalysis 75
Structure and Mechanism of Cholesterol Oxidase 83
Catalytic Mechanism and Active-site Structure of Methylaspartate Ammonia-lyase: Possible Involvement of an Electrophilic Dehydroalanine Reaction Centre 95
Ligand Binding to Acetylcholine Receptors 111
Peptides and Amino-acids of Medicinal Importance 121
Molecular Recognition and Drug Design: The Structural Basis of Specificity of Human and Mouse Renins Defined by X-Ray Analyses of Peptide Inhibitor Complexes
An Investigation of the Bioactive Conformation of ARG-GLY-ASP Containing Cyclic Peptides and Snake Venom Peptides which Inhibit Human Platelet Aggregation 145
Bacterial IgG-Binding Proteins: Two Solutions to a Molecular Recognition Problem 161
Experimental and Theoretical Studies of Enantioselective Receptors for Peptides 171
Enabling Methodology: The Synthetic Chemist's Contribution to Molecular Recognition 183
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