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Molecular Recognition

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Molecular Recognition
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Stemming Variations: Molecular recognitions, Molecular Recognitive
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    • Molecular recognition is a central problem in medicinal sciences, and therefore a knowledge of the salient molecular features necessary for efficient interaction with a receptor as well as their relative spatial arrangement is of crucial importance...

    Florence Moureauet al. Conformational analysis of pseudo-peptides: The case of FK888, a poten...

    • Molecular recognition is a very important process in this world. Enzyme, antibodies, membranes, and biological receptors use the phenomenon of molecular recognition. The “lock-and-key” model that was proposed by Fischer is commonly useful for understanding the phenomenon of the molecular recognition. The complementarily of a lock and a key is essential to this model, in which the lock is the molecular receptor and the key is the substrate that is recognized by the lock to give a defined receptor-substrate complex...

    Katsuyuki Oguraet al. Crystalline dipeptides: their molecular recognition to be useful to en...

    • Molecular recognition is the most recent term for chemical phenomena as old as Fischer's lock-and-key notion of enzyme action. Over the years, as model systems became available a number of other terms have been used: inclusion complexes, weak molecular complexes and host-guest chemistry, but molecular recognition has the advantage of being appreciated by a wider audience. Synthetic organic chemists, for example, understand it as reagent selectivity whereas mechanistic chemists can interpret it in terms of stereoelectronic effects...

    Julius Rebek. Recent progress in molecular recognition

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