Exploring molecular recognition pathways within a family of gelators with different hydrogen bonding motifs

John G. Hardy, Andrew R. Hirst, Ian Ashworth, Colin Brennan, David K. Smith
  • Tetrahedron, July 2007, Elsevier
  • DOI: 10.1016/j.tet.2007.03.120

effect of hydrogen bonding motif on peptide assembly

What is it about?

This was a systematic study of the effect of the hydrogen bonding motif on the supramolecular assembly of the molecules.

Why is it important?

This was a systematic study of the effect of the hydrogen bonding motif on the supramolecular assembly of the molecules.

Perspectives

Dr John George Hardy (Author)
Lancaster University

This manuscript describes lysine-based peptides with various hydrogen bonding motifs that direct the assembly of the molecules into supramolecular polymers in organic liquids. At sufficiently high concentrations, the polymers immobilize the liquid.

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