Special Issue "Current Trends in Chemistry towards Biology"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 July 2023) | Viewed by 6471
2. Department of Chemical Biology, Faculty of Science, Palacky University, Olomouc, Slechtitelu 27, 78371 Olomouc, Czech Republic
Interests: medicinal chemistry; drug design; structure–activity relationships; pharmaceutical analysis; polymorphism; drug bioavailability; ADME; nanoparticles; nanoformulations; controlled/targeted delivery
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Knowledge of the interactions between molecules is undoubtedly the driving force behind all contemporary biomedical and biological sciences. Chemical biology/biological chemistry has become an important multidisciplinary bridge between chemistry and biology dealing with the study of small molecules, peptidomimetics or peptides, and their interactions in biological systems.
This Special Issue is intended for all researchers involved in the structure and analysis of biomolecules, the design and development of biologically active compounds and materials, and their interactions. Both works of a theoretical nature and manuscripts dealing with the mentioned topics at the level of in vitro/ex vivo and in vivo are welcome. Papers dealing with the structure of receptors and the enzymatic cascade are also invited.
Prof. Dr. Josef Jampilek
Dr. Jiri Kos
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- design bioactive molecules
- bioactive materials
- theoretical analysis of biomolecular structure
- analytical and biophysical methods
- structure and dynamics of biomolecules
- intermolecular interactions
- molecular biology/biochemistry
- chemical biology/biological chemistry