Special Issue "Feature Reviews in Bioorganic Chemistry"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 January 2021) | Viewed by 4308
Interests: drug design; metalloenzymes; carbonic anhydrases; anticancer agents; antiinfectives; sulfonamides; coumarins
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The research on the interface between biology and chemistry is pivotal and brings more understanding of essential processes connected with metabolism, enzyme action and inhibition, ligand–receptor recognition, catalytic processes, drugs design and many other related fields. The importance of this Special Issue lays in deepening our knowledge of the fundamental phenomena governing bioorganic chemistry. Moreover, this Special Issue has the aim of bringing together recent data to illustrate the prominent advances in bioorganic chemistry.
We aim to gather only review papers covering all aspects of bioorganic chemistry, and colleagues active in all these fields are warmly invited to contribute. Additionally, we also encourage authors to send their abstracts for pre-evaluation to avoid overlaps in the reviewed subjects.
I look forward to receiving your reviews!
Prof. Dr. Claudiu T. Supuran
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- drug design
- enzyme inhibition
- ligand–drug recognition
- natural products