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Methods for the creation of cyclic peptide libraries for use in lead discovery

Methods for the creation of cyclic peptide libraries for use in lead discovery
Methods for the creation of cyclic peptide libraries for use in lead discovery
The identification of initial hits is a crucial stage in the drug discovery process. Although many projects adopt high-throughput screening of small-molecule libraries at this stage, there is significant potential for screening libraries of macromolecules created using chemical biology approaches. Not only can the production of the library be directly interfaced with a cell-based assay, but these libraries also require significantly fewer resources to generate and maintain. In this context, cyclic peptides are increasingly viewed as ideal scaffolds and have proven capability against challenging targets such as protein-protein interactions. Here we discuss a range of methods used for the creation of cyclic peptide libraries and detail examples of their successful implementation.
cyclic peptide, high-throughput screening, protein-protein interactions, review
1087-0571
563-567
Foster, Andrew
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Ingram, James
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Leitch, Eilidh
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Lennard, Katherine
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Osher, Eliot
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Tavassoli, Ali
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Foster, Andrew
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Ingram, James
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Leitch, Eilidh
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Lennard, Katherine
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Osher, Eliot
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Tavassoli, Ali
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Foster, Andrew, Ingram, James, Leitch, Eilidh, Lennard, Katherine, Osher, Eliot and Tavassoli, Ali (2015) Methods for the creation of cyclic peptide libraries for use in lead discovery. Journal of Biomolecular Screening, 20 (5), 563-567. (doi:10.1177/1087057114566803). (PMID:25586497)

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Abstract

The identification of initial hits is a crucial stage in the drug discovery process. Although many projects adopt high-throughput screening of small-molecule libraries at this stage, there is significant potential for screening libraries of macromolecules created using chemical biology approaches. Not only can the production of the library be directly interfaced with a cell-based assay, but these libraries also require significantly fewer resources to generate and maintain. In this context, cyclic peptides are increasingly viewed as ideal scaffolds and have proven capability against challenging targets such as protein-protein interactions. Here we discuss a range of methods used for the creation of cyclic peptide libraries and detail examples of their successful implementation.

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Accepted/In Press date: 11 December 2014
e-pub ahead of print date: 19 May 2015
Published date: June 2015
Keywords: cyclic peptide, high-throughput screening, protein-protein interactions, review

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Local EPrints ID: 389333
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/389333
ISSN: 1087-0571
PURE UUID: 0eea101d-8be7-4adc-84c1-26a759eeaaa5
ORCID for Ali Tavassoli: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-7420-5063

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Date deposited: 04 Mar 2016 11:56
Last modified: 17 Sep 2019 00:49

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