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Біфункціональні поперечно зшиваючі реагенти та методи отримання кон'югатів пептид - носій
1Радавський Ю. Л., 1Зайцева Л. С, 1Кухар В. П.
  1. Інститут біоорганічної хімії та нафтохімії НАН України
    вул. Мурманська, 1, Київ, Україна, 02094


В огляді розглянуто гомо- та гетеробіфункціональні поперечнозшивальні реагенти і методи їх застосування при отриманні кон'югатів пептид – носій. Запропоновані реагенти і методи широко використовуються при вивченні антигенної структури білків, конструюванні хімічних (синтетичних) вакцин, а також є корисними у вирішенні однієї з основних проблем фізико-хімічної біології – білок-білкового пізнавання.


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