Kent Kirshenbaum

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Chemistry New York University, New York, NY, United States 
Area:
Organic Chemistry, Polymer Chemistry
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Hangjun Jang grad student 2007 NYU
Barney Yoo grad student 2008 NYU
Justin M. Holub grad student 2009 NYU
Yeliz Utku grad student 2009 NYU
Nancy Hom grad student 2011 NYU
Mia L. Huang grad student 2012 NYU
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Kim JH, Kim SC, Kline MA, et al. (2019) Discovery of Stable and Selective Antibody Mimetics from Combinatorial Libraries of Polyvalent, Loop-Functionalized Peptoid Nanosheets. Acs Nano
Kirshenbaum K, Zuckermann RN. (2019) Molecular folding science. Biopolymers. 110: e23314
Kirshenbaum K, Zuckermann RN. (2019) Peptoids in Wonderland. Biopolymers. 110: e23279
Spencer RK, Butterfoss GL, Edison JR, et al. (2019) Stereochemistry of polypeptoid chain configurations. Biopolymers. e23266
Schneider JA, Craven TW, Kasper AC, et al. (2018) Design of Peptoid-peptide Macrocycles to Inhibit the β-catenin TCF Interaction in Prostate Cancer. Nature Communications. 9: 4396
Andreev K, Martynowycz MW, Huang ML, et al. (2018) Hydrophobic interactions modulate antimicrobial peptoid selectivity towards anionic lipid membranes. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta
Battigelli A, Kim JH, Dehigaspitiya DC, et al. (2018) Glycosylated Peptoid Nanosheets as a Multivalent Scaffold for Protein Recognition. Acs Nano
Andreev K, Martynowycz MW, Ivankin A, et al. (2016) Cyclization Improves Membrane Permeation by Antimicrobial Peptoids. Langmuir : the Acs Journal of Surfaces and Colloids
Wang Y, Dehigaspitiya DC, Levine PM, et al. (2016) Multivalent peptoid conjugates suppress enzalutamide-resistant prostate cancer cellular proliferation. Cancer Research
Craven TW, Cho MK, Traaseth NJ, et al. (2016) A Miniature Protein Stabilized by a Cation-π Interaction Network. Journal of the American Chemical Society
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