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Specifically addressing cell surface molecules on cancer cells facilitates targeted cancer therapies that offer the potential to selectively destroy malignant cells, while sparing healthy tissue. Thus, undesired side‐effects in tumor patients are highly reduced. Peptide‐binding receptors are...
Uncontrolled protein oligomerization leading to deposition of fibrils is related to several diseases including neurodegeneration and diabetes. Involvement of natural compounds in regulation of this process has been documented. Therefore, the design and detailed study of bioinspired new molecular...
The rising number of multidrug‐resistant microorganisms has triggered interest in the prospection of biocompounds with antimicrobial activities. Synoeca‐MP consists of an antimicrobial peptide (AMP) classified as a mastoparan, which was isolated from the venom of Synoeca surinama, a social wasp....
Naturally derived antimicrobial peptides have been an area of great interest because of high selectivity against bacterial targets over host cells and the limited development of bacterial resistance to these molecules throughout evolution. There are also a significant number of venom‐derived...
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