Katja Schmitz

Affiliations: 
Clemens Schoepf Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry TU Darmstadt 
Area:
Chemokines, surface modifications, inhibitors
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http://www.chemie.tu-darmstadt.de/schmitz/schmitz/index.de.jsp
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Stubba D, Bensinger D, Steinbacher J, et al. (2019) Cell-Based Optimization of Covalent Reversible Ketoamide Inhibitors Bridging the Unprimed to the Primed Site of Proteasome´s β5 Subunit. Chemmedchem
Brahm K, Wack JS, Eckes S, et al. (2018) Macrocyclization enhances affinity of chemokine-binding peptoids. Biopolymers. e23244
Helmer D, Schmitz K. (2016) Peptides and Peptide Analogs to Inhibit Protein-Protein Interactions. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. 917: 147-83
Helmer D, Rink I, Dalton JAR, et al. (2015) Rational design of a peptide capture agent for CXCL8 based on a model of the CXCL8:CXCR1 complex Rsc Advances. 5: 25657-25668
Jehle K, Cato L, Neeb A, et al. (2014) Coregulator control of androgen receptor action by a novel nuclear receptor-binding motif. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 289: 8839-51
Schmitz K, Hahn F, Schepers U. (2010) Modified GSMP synthesis greatly improves the disulfide crosslink of T7 run-off siRNAs with cell penetrating peptides Synlett. 2959-2963
Hahn F, Schmitz K, Balaban TS, et al. (2008) Conjugation of spermine facilitates cellular uptake and enhances antitumor and antibiotic properties of highly lipophilic porphyrins. Chemmedchem. 3: 1185-8
Schmitz K, Haggarty SJ, McPherson OM, et al. (2007) Detecting binding interactions using microarrays of natural product extracts. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 129: 11346-7
Schröder T, Schmitz K, Niemeier N, et al. (2007) Solid-phase synthesis, bioconjugation, and toxicology of novel cationic oligopeptoids for cellular drug delivery. Bioconjugate Chemistry. 18: 342-54
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