Combinatorial approaches to synthetic receptors

Current Opinion in Chemical Biology
Natarajan Srinivasan, Jeremy D Kilburn

Abstract

Combinatorial chemistry can be efficiently used for the synthesis and evaluation of binding properties of libraries of synthetic receptors. This approach has been applied particularly to 'tweezer' and other 'multi-armed' receptors, and has been used for the identification of receptors for peptides in aqueous media, and for the development of new sensors and sensor arrays.

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