Pharmacist characteristics, medication use perceptions, and professional satisfaction: a first national survey in the state of Qatar

  • El Hajj M
  • Kheir N
  • Manal Zaidan
  • et al.
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Abstract

Peptide macrocycles have found applications that range from drug discovery to nanomaterials. These ring-shaped molecules have shown remarkable capacity for functional fine-tuning. Such capacity is enabled by the possibility of adjusting the peptide conformation using the techniques of chemical synthesis. Cyclic peptides have been difficult, and often impossible, to prepare using traditional synthetic methods. For macrocyclization to occur, the activated peptide must adopt an entropically disfavoured pre-cyclization conformation before forming the desired product. Here, we review recent solutions to some of the major challenges in this important area of contemporary synthesis.

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El Hajj, M., Kheir, N., Manal Zaidan, & Jewesson. (2011). Pharmacist characteristics, medication use perceptions, and professional satisfaction: a first national survey in the state of Qatar. Journal of Healthcare Leadership, 9. https://doi.org/10.2147/jhl.s11700

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