Linkerology

  1. Linkerology® for Targeted Delivery and Release

    Use the possibilities of Linkerology® to boost the efficacy of your drug! We illustrate how the drug Gepirone (ExxuaTM), a medication to treat major depressive disorders, can be conjugated.

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  2. Phenylboronate Amino Acid Building Blocks

    Boron is not boring at all! Today, we'll delve deeper into the exciting world of boronate-containing amino acid building blocks and unlock the potential of the next generation of peptides. Read on!

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  3. Linkerology® - An Example of Advanced Conjugation

    The targeted delivery and traceless release of drugs is an important concept in pharmacology. Discover the possibilities of payload conjugation to carrier proteins shown for the example drug Elacestrant.

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  4. Combination Therapy & Linkerology®

    Discover possibilities to fight chronic pain diseases by employing linker technologies. Check out the options for multiple drug conjugation in combination with different release mechanisms.

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  5. Linkerology® on Metal & Ore Surfaces

    A heart of gold! Metals and ores - see here how their surfaces can be equipped with bifunctional organic linker molecules and thus be turned into modifiable biocompatible materials.

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  6. PotM: Multiconjugates via Simultaneous Double-Click Reaction

    Discover our new building block 4-(azido-propyl-tetrazine)phenylalanine (pTAF) and make use of the orthogonality of the 2nd and 3rd generation Click reaction to build multiconjugates via double-Click.

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  7. Conjugating Small Molecule Drugs

    You want to attach your small molecule to a certain carrier? Let’s analyze the functional groups present and discuss Linkerology® possibilities for permanent or trigger-inducible, tracelessly-cleavable linkage.

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  8. Cell-Free Bioengineering & Linkerology®

    Bioengineering in combination with Linkerology®. Check out the unique options for membrane proteins, recombinant immunotoxins (RITs) and novel antibody-drug conjugates.

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  9. Conjugating Natural Products (3)

    The potential of natural products of daily life, such as 6-shogaol from ginger (Zingiber officinale), can flourish if the active ingredient is conjugated to an appropriate carrier via Linkerology®. 

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  10. Functionalization of Carbon Materials by Linker Attachment

    Allotropes of carbon show distinct characteristics in structure and e.g. electric and biophysiological properties. Discover how these materials can be further exploited by linker attachment!

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