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Oligomerization, Albumin Binding And Catabolism Of Therapeutic Peptides In The Subcutaneous Compartment: An Investigation On Lipidated GLP-1 Analogs

Oligomerization, albumin binding and catabolism of therapeutic peptides in the subcutaneous compartment: an investigation on lipidated GLP-1 analogs

We are delighted to publish our first paper of 2022 in the Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis (Elsevier). Here we leveraged our peptide #ADME toolbox to gain a better understanding of the interplay between oligomerization, albumin binding and catabolism of lipidated peptides in the subcutaneous compartment, using #GLP-1 analogs as model peptides.
Structure Based Design

Series of Novel and Highly Potent Cyclic Peptide PCSK9 Inhibitors Derived from an mRNA Display Screen and Optimized via Structure-Based Design

In the last few years macrocyclic peptides have emerged as a better class of lead candidates for inhibition of protein-protein interactions with respect to conventional small molecules. The IRBM peptide chemistry team collaborated with the teams at Merck & co. and RaPharma to develop potent macrocyclic peptide inhibitors of PCSK9 a key regulator of plasma LDL-cholesterol.
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