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En Route to Supramolecular Functional Plasticity: Synthetic β-Barrels, the Barrel-Stave Motif, and Related Approaches

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Published in Chemical Society Reviews. 2001, vol. 30, p. 158-167
Abstract This review emphasizes recent or pertinent efforts to create functional plasticity with artificial barrel-stave supramolecules and related motifs. On the structural level, a summary of engineered, de novo designed, and artificial ß-barrels beyond peptide chemistry is followed by representative a-helix bundles and barrel-stave supramolecules comprising oligonucleotides, inorganic architecture, and organic barrel-stave ion channel models. On the functional level, selected examples are given to highlight divers aspects of molecular recognition, translocation, and transformation that are currently accessible with artificial barrel-stave supramolecules.
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MATILE, Stefan. En Route to Supramolecular Functional Plasticity: Synthetic β-Barrels, the Barrel-Stave Motif, and Related Approaches. In: Chemical Society Reviews, 2001, vol. 30, p. 158-167. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:7012

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