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De novo design of biomimetic antimicrobial polymers.
Activity of an antimicrobial peptide mimetic against planktonic and biofilm cultures of oral pathogens.
Investigating the effect of increasing charge density on the hemolytic activity of synthetic antimicrobial polymers.
Interactions between antimicrobial polynorbornenes and phospholipid vesicles monitored by light scattering and microcalorimetry.
Mechanism of a prototypical synthetic membrane-active antimicrobial: Efficient hole-punching via interaction with negative intrinsic curvature lipids.
Dependence of antimicrobial selectivity and potency on oligomer structure investigated using substrate supported lipid bilayers and sum frequency generation vibrational spectroscopy.
De novo design of antimicrobial polymers, foldamers, and small molecules: from discovery to practical applications.
Observing a molecular knife at work.
Antimicrobial activity of an abiotic host defense peptide mimic.
Amphiphilic poly(phenyleneethynylene)s can mimic antimicrobial peptide membrane disordering effect by membrane insertion.
Conformationally rigid proteomimetics: a case study in designing antimicrobial aryl oligomers.
Antimicrobial polymers prepared by ROMP with unprecedented selectivity: a molecular construction kit approach.
De novo designed synthetic mimics of antimicrobial peptides.
"Doubly selective" antimicrobial polymers: how do they differentiate between bacteria?
Antimicrobial polymers prepared by ring-opening metathesis polymerization: manipulating antimicrobial properties by organic counterion and charge density variation.
Synthetic mimics of antimicrobial peptides with immunomodulatory responses.
Identification of synthetic host defense peptide mimics that exert dual antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory activities.
Mimics of Host Defense Proteins; Strategies for Translation to Therapeutic Applications.
Anti Infective Agents