An amphipathic cyclic tetrapeptide scaffold containing halogenated β2,2 -amino acids with activity against multiresistant bacteria.

Published on Oct 1, 2018in Journal of Peptide Science1.877
· DOI :10.1002/PSC.3117
Marianne Hagensen Paulsen3
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Eskil André Karlsen1
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+ 7 AuthorsMorten B. Strøm21
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Abstract
The present study describes the synthesis and biological studies of a small series of head-to-tail cyclic tetrapeptides of the general structure c(Lys‐β2,2‐Xaa‐Lys) containing one lipophilic β2,2-a ...
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