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Dimarchi Richard D: Dipeptide linked medicinal agents. INDIANA UNIVERSITY RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION, Breen John P, July 15, 2010: WO/2010/080605 (37 worldwide citation)

A non-enzymatically self cleaving dipeptide element is provided that can be linked to known medicinal agents via an amide bond. The dipeptide will spontaneously be cleaved from the medicinal agent under physiological conditions through a reaction driven by chemical instability. Accordingly, the dipe ...


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DiMARCHI Richard D: Agents médicinaux liés à un dipeptide, Dipeptide linked medicinal agents. Indiana University Research And Technology Corporation, DiMARCHI Richard D, BREEN John P, December 29, 2011: WO/2011/162968 (2 worldwide citation)

A non-enzymatically self cleaving dipeptide element is provided that can be linked to known medicinal agents via an amide bond. The dipeptide will spontaneously be cleaved from the medicinal agent under physiological conditions through a reaction driven by chemical instability. Accordingly, the dipe ...


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Richard D DiMarchi: Dipeptide linked medicinal agents. Indiana University Research And Technology Corporation, September 29, 2011: US20110237493-A1

A non-enzymatically self cleaving dipeptide element is provided that can be linked to known medicinal agents via an amide bond. The dipeptide will spontaneously be cleaved from the medicinal agent under physiological conditions through a reaction driven by chemical instability. Accordingly, the dipe ...


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DIPEPTIDE LINKED MEDICINAL AGENTS. INDIANA UNIVERSITY RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION, May 30, 2013: US20130137849-A1

A non-enzymatically self cleaving dipeptide element is provided that can be linked to known medicinal agents via an amide bond. The dipeptide will spontaneously be cleaved from the medicinal agent under physiological conditions through a reaction driven by chemical instability. Accordingly, the dipe ...


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Dimarchi Richard: Dipeptide Linked Medicinal Agents. Indiana University Research And Technology Corporation, li jin lin sen, December 28, 2011: CN200980151812

A non-enzymatically self cleaving dipeptide element is provided that can be linked to known medicinal agents via an amide bond. The dipeptide will spontaneously be cleaved from the medicinal agent under physiological conditions through a reaction driven by chemical instability. Accordingly, the dipe ...


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DIPEPTIDE LINKED MEDICINAL AGENTS. June 9, 2016: US20160158375-A1

A non-enzymatically self cleaving dipeptide element is provided that can be linked to known medicinal agents via an amide bond. The dipeptide will spontaneously be cleaved from the medicinal agent under physiological conditions through a reaction driven by chemical instability. Accordingly, the dipe ...



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