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  • April 2015, Have a look at the last release of Plos One, online Journal

The article presents the preparation and characterization of Phospho-(Tyrosine)-Mimetic Calmodulin Mutants.


Villalobo and al. prestents some very interesting properties after the characterisation of Phospho-(Tyrosine)-Mimetic Calmodulin Mutants.

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  • January 2015, Great release:  Front Cover &  Article in the latest issue of Chemical Communication!

         Dynamic constitutional frameworks for DNA biomimetic recognition

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Romina Catana, Mihai Barboiu et al. in collaboration with a

Romanian team present a linear and cross-linked

constitutional frameworks that show dominant coiling

DNA binding, closer to histone DNA Binding wrapping

mechanism.

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  • December 2014: Have a look at the last release of the Journal of pharmacy and pharmaceutical Science!

Short review on the new axis in cancer therapy through the regulation exerted by the calcium-receptor protein calmodulin involving ErbB family receptor and the adaptator protein Grb7.

Villalobo et al. present a brief review with an overview and available information up-to-date on the research stage of Calmodulin regulation and its role inside the hyperactivity of both ErbB receptors and Grb7 in tumors. >> READ MORE

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  • December 2014: Have a look at the new release of JACS!

Facil access to dynamic covalent peptides by reverse Native Chemical Ligation (NCL)

Guiseppone's group in Strasbourg University has developed a new methodology of peptide exchange reaction without enzymatic catalysis. >> READ MORE

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  • June 2014: Do not miss the new Nature Communication!

The 1ST supramolecular artificial model to show natural mimicking Gramicidin-A (gA) channel!

The 1st route to conceive novel strategies for artificial channels mimicking nature (gA) was achieved by the collaboration between the NSA group at IEM, the ICGM team, both from Montpellier and the Fyles’ group from Victoria University, Canada.

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