Invited Lecture: From Host Defence Peptides to New Antibiotics

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Invited Lecture: From Host Defence Peptides to New Antibiotics. / Hansen, Paul Robert.

2014. Abstract from Antibiotic alternatives for the new millennium, London, United Kingdom.

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Hansen, PR 2014, 'Invited Lecture: From Host Defence Peptides to New Antibiotics', Antibiotic alternatives for the new millennium, London, United Kingdom, 05/11/2014 - 07/11/2014.

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Hansen, P. R. (2014). Invited Lecture: From Host Defence Peptides to New Antibiotics. Abstract from Antibiotic alternatives for the new millennium, London, United Kingdom.

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Hansen PR. Invited Lecture: From Host Defence Peptides to New Antibiotics. 2014. Abstract from Antibiotic alternatives for the new millennium, London, United Kingdom.

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Hansen, Paul Robert. / Invited Lecture: From Host Defence Peptides to New Antibiotics. Abstract from Antibiotic alternatives for the new millennium, London, United Kingdom.

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title = "Invited Lecture: From Host Defence Peptides to New Antibiotics",
abstract = "Antimicrobial peptides hold promise as the next generation of antimicrobial agents. However, the potential is weakened by their susceptibility to proteolytic degradation, poor bioavailabillity , toxicity and high cost. Our research interest is in determining the structure/activity relationships of these antimicrobial peptides, which enables us to better understand their mechanism of action and facilitates the development of lead antimicrobial agents. As an example, in this talk I will focus on our work on anoplin and analogues, a decapeptide isolated from the Japanese wasp Anoplius samariensis. I will describe the elucidation of their structure/activity relationships, and our efforts towards developing them into antibiotics.",
author = "Hansen, {Paul Robert}",
year = "2014",
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note = "Antibiotic alternatives for the new millennium ; Conference date: 05-11-2014 Through 07-11-2014",

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AU - Hansen, Paul Robert

PY - 2014

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N2 - Antimicrobial peptides hold promise as the next generation of antimicrobial agents. However, the potential is weakened by their susceptibility to proteolytic degradation, poor bioavailabillity , toxicity and high cost. Our research interest is in determining the structure/activity relationships of these antimicrobial peptides, which enables us to better understand their mechanism of action and facilitates the development of lead antimicrobial agents. As an example, in this talk I will focus on our work on anoplin and analogues, a decapeptide isolated from the Japanese wasp Anoplius samariensis. I will describe the elucidation of their structure/activity relationships, and our efforts towards developing them into antibiotics.

AB - Antimicrobial peptides hold promise as the next generation of antimicrobial agents. However, the potential is weakened by their susceptibility to proteolytic degradation, poor bioavailabillity , toxicity and high cost. Our research interest is in determining the structure/activity relationships of these antimicrobial peptides, which enables us to better understand their mechanism of action and facilitates the development of lead antimicrobial agents. As an example, in this talk I will focus on our work on anoplin and analogues, a decapeptide isolated from the Japanese wasp Anoplius samariensis. I will describe the elucidation of their structure/activity relationships, and our efforts towards developing them into antibiotics.

M3 - Conference abstract for conference

T2 - Antibiotic alternatives for the new millennium

Y2 - 5 November 2014 through 7 November 2014

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