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Functional Synthetic Receptors
edited by
Thomas Schrader
and Andrew D. Hamilton

Functional Synthetic Receptors is a timely overview of this rapidly-expanding topic, covering the most important classes of compounds and incorporating the latest literature.

With its application-oriented approach, Functional Synthetic Receptors is the first to emphasize current and potential applications, extending to such fields as materials science, bioorganic chemistry, medicinal chemistry, and organic synthesis.

In the biological context in particular, Functional Synthetic Receptors clarifies which receptor systems work well in water or better under physiological conditions.

Functional Synthetic Receptors is aimed at graduate students and specialists in the field, this is also of interest to pharmaceutical companies involved in drug design, as well as chemical companies with a polymer or nanotechnology group.

In addition, analytical companies working on the advanced equipment covered here will find stimulating new applications.

Contents:

  1. Artificial (Pseudo)peptides for Molecular Recognition and Catalysis
    • Recognition of Biological Targets by Pseudo-peptides
    • Synthetic (Pseudo)peptide-based Supermolecules: From Structure to Function
    • Combinatorial Selection of Functional (Pseudo)peptides

  2. Carbohydrate Receptors
    • Carbohydrate Receptors Employing Noncovalent Interactions
    • Receptors Employing BO Bond Formation

  3. Ammonium, Amidinium, Guanidinium, and Pyridinium Cations
    • Ammonium Cations
    • Amidinium Cations
    • Guanidinium Cations
    • Pyridinium Cations

  4. Artif icial Pyrrole-based Anion Receptors
    • Anions in Biological Systems
    • Cationic Pyrrole-based Receptors
    • Neutral Pyrrole-based Anion Receptors
    • Anion Carriers in Transport Applications
    • Anion Sensing
    • Guanidinium-based Anion Receptors
    • Amide-based Anion Receptors
    • Urea-based Anion Receptors

  5. Molecular Containers in Action
    • Variety of Molecular Containers
    • Chemistry Inside Capsules
    • Storage of Information Inside Capsules
    • Materials and Sensors by Encapsulation
    • Biologically Relevant Encapsulation

  6. Formation and Recognition Properties of Dynamic Combinatorial Libraries
    • Covalent Interactions Used in DCC Design
    • Noncovalent Interactions Used in DCC Design
    • Conformational/Configurational Isomerization
    • Receptor-based Screening, Selection, and Amplification

  7. Synthetic Molecular Machines
    • Controlling Conformational Changes
    • Controlling Configurational Changes
    • Controlling Motion in Supramolecular Systems
    • Controlling Motion in Interlocked Systems
    • From Laboratory to Technology: Toward Useful Molecular Machines

  8. Replicable Nanoscaffolded Multifunctionality A Chemical Perspective
    • A Manifesto for Nanorobot Implementation

Index

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Functional Synthetic Receptors
edited by Thomas Schrader and Andrew D. Hamilton

2005 428 pages $224.00 + shipping
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