Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry Issue 1

Caroline Potter PotterC at
Fri Jan 10 09:41:41 EST 2003

The Royal Society of Chemistry is pleased to announce that Issue 1 of
Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry is now available online at  

Issue 1 of Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry includes the following:

An Editorial - by Professor Ben Feringa, Chair of the Editorial Board
introducing Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry. 

An Emerging Area - A short personal account of a new area of research.
Metabolic engineering-a genetic toolbox for small molecule organic
Michael D. Burkart 

A Perspective - A critical appraisal or personal viewpoint of a
specialist area.
HIV-1 protease: mechanism and drug discovery
Ashraf Brik, Chi-Huey Wong

Plus 9 communications and 25 articles including:-

Probing the mechanism of a fungal glycosyltransferase essential for cell
wall biosynthesis. UDP-Chitobiose is not a substrate for chitin synthase
Robert Chang, Adam R. Yeager, Nathaniel S. Finney

DNA recognition by the anthracycline antibiotic respinomycin D: NMR
structure of the intercalation complex with d(AGACGTCT)2
Mark S. Searle, Allister J. Maynard, Huw E. L. Williams

Peptides to peptidomimetics: towards the design and synthesis of
bioavailable inhibitors of oligosaccharyl transferase
Eranthie Weerapana, Barbara Imperiali

A PDF of the contents pages can be found at

Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry will bring together molecular design,
synthesis, structure, function and reactivity in one journal.  It will
publish fundamental work on synthetic, physical and biomolecular organic
chemistry as well as all organic aspects of: chemical biology, medicinal
chemistry, natural product chemistry, supramolecular chemistry,
macromolecular chemistry, theoretical chemistry, and catalysis. It has
been formed from the merger of the two journals Perkin Transactions 1
and 2. further information is available at 

Dr Caroline V Potter
Managing Editor, Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry 
Royal Society of Chemistry
Thomas Graham House, Science Park, Milton Road Cambridge CB4 0WF
Tel: +44 (0)1223 432137	Fax: +44 (0)1223 420247 <>  and

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