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Health

ISSN Print: 1949-4998
ISSN Online: 1949-5005
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[1] Computational Studies on the Mechanisms of Nonenzymatic Intramolecular Cyclization of the Glutamine Residues Located at N-Termini Catalyzed by Inorganic …
2020
[2] Influence of the conformations of αA-crystallin peptides on the isomerization rates of aspartic acid residues
2020
[3] Computational Studies on Water-Catalyzed Mechanisms for Stereoinversion of Glutarimide Intermediates Formed from Glutamic Acid Residues in Aqueous Phase
2019
[4] Computational Studies on Water-Catalyzed Mechanisms for Stereoinversion of Glutarimide Intermediates Formed from Glutamic Acid Residues in Aqueous …
2019
[5] Computational studies on cyclic imide formation mechanism of glutamic acid residues catalyzed by two water molecules
2018
[6] Comparison of the activation energy barrier for succinimide formation from α-and β-aspartic acid residues obtained from density functional theory calculations
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Proteins and Proteomics, 2018
[7] Influences of conformations of peptides on stereoinversions and/or isomerizations of aspartic acid residues
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Proteins and Proteomics, 2018
[8] Computational studies on the water‐catalyzed stereoinversion mechanism of glutamic acid residues in peptides and proteins
Chirality, 2018
[9] Phosphate-Catalyzed Succinimide Formation from an NGR-Containing Cyclic Peptide: A Novel Mechanism for Deammoniation of the Tetrahedral Intermediate
Molecules, 2018
[10] Theoretical study on keto–enol tautomerisation of glutarimide for exploration of the isomerisation reaction pathway of glutamic acid in proteins using density functional …
Molecular Physics, 2017
[11] Racemization of Serine Residues Catalyzed by Dihydrogen Phosphate Ion: A Computational Study
Catalysts, 2017
[12] Computational studies on non-succinimide-mediated stereoinversion mechanism of aspartic acid residues assisted by phosphate
Applied Spectroscopy Reviews, 2017
[13] Identification of Sequence Similarities among Isomerization Hotspots in Crystallin Proteins
Journal of Proteome Research, 2017
[14] Succinimide Formation from an NGR-Containing Cyclic Peptide: Computational Evidence for Catalytic Roles of Phosphate Buffer and the Arginine Side Chain
International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2017
[15] Racemization of the Succinimide Intermediate Formed in Proteins and Peptides: A Computational Study of the Mechanism Catalyzed by Dihydrogen …
International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2016
[16] Theoretical study on keto–enol tautomerisation of glutarimide for exploration of the isomerisation reaction pathway of glutamic acid in proteins using density functional …
Early Child Development and Care, 2016
[17] A Computational Study of the Mechanism of Succinimide Formation in the Asn–His Sequence: Intramolecular Catalysis by the His Side Chain
Molecules, 2016
[18] Racemization of the succinimide intermediate formed in proteins and peptides: A computational study of the mechanism catalyzed by dihydrogen phosphate …
International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2016
[19] Racemization of the succinimide intermediate formed in proteins and peptides: A computational study of the mechanism catalyzed by dihydrogen phosphate ion
2016
[20] Acetic Acid Can Catalyze Succinimide Formation from Aspartic Acid Residues by a Concerted Bond Reorganization Mechanism: A Computational Study
International Journal of Molecular Sciences , 2015
[21] Glycolic acid-catalyzed deamidation of asparagine residues in degrading PLGA matrices: A computational study
International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2015
[22] Intramolecular cyclization of aspartic acid residues assisted by three water molecules: a density functional theory study
Computational Science & Discovery, 2014
[23] Roles of Intramolecular and Intermolecular Hydrogen Bonding in a Three-Water-Assisted Mechanism of Succinimide Formation from Aspartic Acid Residues
Molecules, 2014
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