12 zoekresultaten voor “activity-based protein profiling” in de Publieke website
and development of conformational inhibitors and activity-based probes for retaining glycosidases
Glycosidases are essential in fundamental biological processes and are responsible for the degradation of most (oligo)saccharides, glycolipids and glycoproteins.
Activity-based protein profiling of diacylglycerol lipases
Promotor: H.S. Overkleeft, Co-promotor: M. van der Stelt
Cyclophellitol analogues for profiling of exo- and endo-glycosidases
To this day, all cyclophellitol-based inhibitors and ABPs have been close analogues of their natural substrate counterparts. As a result, these probes showed high selectivity towards their target glycosidases.
Inhibitor Selectivity: Profiling and Prediction
Less than 1 in 10 drug candidates that enter phase 1 clinical trials actually gets approved for human use.
Activity-based protein profiling in drug discovery
In the last decades, activity-based protein profiling (ABPP) has emerged as a powerful chemical tool that may aid the ever-challenging drug discovery process.
Activity-based proteomics of the endocannabinoid system
This thesis describes the use of an activity-based proteomics method to study the endocannabinoid system.
Wiskunde en Natuurwetenschappen
Development of kinase inhibitors and activity-based probes
Promotor: H.S. Overkleeft, J. Neefjes, Co-promotor: M. van der Stelt
Applications for activity-based probes in biomedical research on glycosidases
Lysosomal glycosidases are acid hydrolases that fragment glycoconjugates in lysosomes.
A chemical biology approach for targeting of ligand-drug conjugates
Promotores: H.S. Overkleeft, G.A. van der Marel, Co-Promotor: R.G. Boot
The Use of Activity-Based Protein Profiling to Study Proteasome Biology
This Week’s Discoveries | 15 March 2016