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Starting Date: 08/28/2007 | Closing Date: 09/01/2007
Updated On: 09/02/2008

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University of East Anglia
Norwich, Norfolk, United Kingdom
+44 1384 279324
+44 1384 279324
r.epton@mayflower.demon.co.uk
www.biocom.co.uk/symp07.htm

European Peptide Society And RSC (UK) Protein And Peptide Science Group [Organiser]

The symposium provides an ongoing forum for the presentation of advances in solid phase synthesis and combinatorial chemistry as well as in complementary solution phase methods and other non-classical technologies. Biological targets will include peptides, proteins, oligonucleotides, DNA, RNA, etc. Non-natural targets will include mimetics and analogues of all kinds, including diverse small organic molecules.

The objectives of the Symposium are as follows:
? To provide a forum for the presentation of advances in solid phase synthesis and combinatorial chemistry as well as in complementary solution phase methods and other non-classical technologies.

? To promote the potential of the methods and the compounds synthesized for the solution of problems in the biological and biomedical sciences, including drug discovery, optimization and development.

? Biological targets will include peptides, glycopeptides, proteins, oligonucleotides, DNA, RNA, etc.

? Non-natural targets will include mimetics and analogues of all kinds, including diverse small organic molecules.

The detailed Symposium Lecture Programme is under development. The final programmes will be displayed on the Symposium Web Site in the weeks leading up to the Symposium. It will include Keynote, Invited and Contributed Lectures.

Abstract Submission: Contributed lectures, oral and poster abstracts are welcome.