New Issue ::: Current Protein & Peptide Science

Current Protein & Peptide Science publishes review articles on specific aspects involving proteins, peptides, and interactions between the enzymes, the binding interactions of hormones and their receptors; the properties of transcription factors and other molecules that regulate gene expression; the reactions leading to the immune response; the process of signal transduction; the structure and function of proteins involved in the cytoskeleton and molecular motors; the properties of membrane channels and transporters; and the generation and storage of metabolic energy. In addition, reviews of experimental studies of protein folding and design are given special emphasis. Manuscripts submitted to Current Protein and Peptide Science should cover a field by discussing research from the leading laboratories in a field and should pose questions for future studies. Original papers, research articles and letter articles/short communications are not considered for publication in Current Protein & Peptide Science.

NEW ISSUE 3

Articles from the journal in Current Protein & Peptide Science, Volume 17 Issue 2:

  • Editorial (Thematic Issue: Chemistry Towards Biology: Proceedings of the Katowice Conference)
  • Reactions of Dinuclear Platinum(II) Complexes with Peptides
  • On Spontaneously Pulsating Proline-Phenylalanine Peptide Microfibers
  • Cellulose Template Assembled Synthetic Peptides as Molecular Receptors
  • Advances in Peptide-based DNA/RNA-Intercalators
  • Advances in peptidic and peptidomimetic-based approaches to inhibit STAT signaling in human diseases
  • Bacterial expression and/or solid phase peptide synthesis of 20-40 amino acid long polypeptides and miniproteins, the case study of Class B GPCR ligands
  • Pentameric models as alternative molecular targets for the design of new antiaggregant agents
  • Protein Folding and Misfolding, Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress in Neurodegenerative Diseases: in Trace of Novel Drug Targets
  • Characterization of a Bacteriophage-Derived Murein Peptidase for Elimination of Antibiotic-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus
  • Rescue of the activity of HNH nuclease mutants – towards controlled enzymes for gene therapy
  • Analysis of Aged Human Serum Albumin Affinity for Doxazosin

For details on the articles, please visit this link :: http://bit.ly/1MaI8s6

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