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Medicinal Research Reviews, ISSN 0198-6325, 11/2014, Volume 34, Issue 6, pp. 1168 - 1216
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ACS Medicinal Chemistry Letters, ISSN 1948-5875, 08/2018, Volume 9, Issue 8, pp. 797 - 802
Although heparan sulfate (HS) has been implicated in facilitating entry of enveloped viruses including herpes simplex virus (HSV), small molecules that... 
glycosaminoglycans | herpes simplex virus | Chemical probes | glycoprotein D | heparan sulfate mimetics | DESIGNING ALLOSTERIC REGULATORS | CHEMISTRY, MEDICINAL | SMALL MOLECULES | EXOSITE 2 | FACTOR XIA | NON-SACCHARIDE | BINDING-SITE | HSV ENTRY | 3-O-SULFATED HEPARAN-SULFATE | GLYCOPROTEIN-D | HIGH SPECIFICITY
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03/2011, ISBN 0470713976, 21
This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Random RNAs Readily Adopt a Compact and Thermostable Secondary Structure Random RNAs can be Easily Designed... 
synthetic biology, new biological parts, devices and systems ‐ in non‐natural settings | exploring sequence space ‐ for novel biological entities (NBEs) | directed evolution (DE), mimicking natural evolution ‐ iterative cycles of mutation–selection–amplification | DE, for designing novel ribozymes ‐ from random sequences | random RNAs ‐ compact and thermostable secondary structure | synthetic biology, new discipline ‐ biology and engineering interface | never‐born RNAs ‐ versatile modules for chemical synthetic biology | never‐born RNA features ‐ sequence space related to random RNAs, untapped diversity | molecular design, as protein engineering ‐ three alternative strategies, HTS, RD and DE | random RNAs ‐ as modular scaffold for synthetic biology | Never-born RNA features-sequence space related to random RNAs, untapped diversity | Synthetic biology, new discipline-biology and engineering interface | Exploring sequence space-for novel biological entities (NBEs) | DE, for designing novel ribozymes-from random sequences | Molecular design, as protein engineering-three alternative strategies, HTS, RD and DE | Random RNAs-as modular scaffold for synthetic biology | Directed evolution (DE), mimicking natural evolution-iterative cycles of mutation-selection-amplification | Synthetic biology, new biological parts, devices and systems-in non-natural settings | Never-born RNAs-versatile modules for chemical synthetic biology | Random RNAs-compact and thermostable secondary structure
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