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Inhibitors of Protein–Protein Interactions

Chemical Biology


Kira J. Weissman, Lorraine University, France

Titles in the series:

1: High Throughput Screening Methods: Evolution and Refinement

2: Chemical Biology of Glycoproteins

3: Computational Tools for Chemical Biology

4: Mass Spectrometry in Chemical Biology: Evolving Applications

5: Mechanisms of Primary Energy Transduction in Biology

6: Cyclic Peptides: From Bioorganic Synthesis to Applications

7: DNA-targeting Molecules as Therapeutic Agents

8: Protein Crystallography: Challenges and Practical Solutions

9: Oxidative Folding of Proteins: Principles, Biological Regulation and Design

10: Chemical and Biological Synthesis: Enabling Approaches for Understanding Biology

11: Synthetic Glycomes

12: The Chemical Biology of Sulfur

13: The Chemical Biology of Phosphorus

14: DNA Damage, DNA Repair and Disease: Volume 1

15: DNA Damage, DNA Repair and Disease: Volume 2

16: The Discovery and Utility of Chemical Probes in Target Discovery

17: Inhibitors of Protein–Protein Interactions

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Inhibitors of Protein–Protein Interactions

Edited by

Ali Tavassoli

University of Southampton, UK


Chemical Biology No. 17

Print ISBN: 978-1-78801-569-1

PDF ISBN: 978-1-83916-067-7

EPUB ISBN: 978-1-83916-070-7

Print ISSN: 2055-1975

Electronic ISSN: 2055-1983

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