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    • Oligomers in ChemBioDraw's Sequence Tool: modified residues; cyclic & branched peptides; chimeras and hybrids

    • Nucleotide and peptide sequences can be drawn, stored, and searched in ChemBioDraw's Sequence Tool.
    • Author: Jesse Gordon , Company: PerkinElmer Informatics
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  • Nucleotide and peptide sequences can be drawn, stored, and searched in ChemBioDraw's Sequence Tool and related databases, for natural sequences and for numerous types of synthetic modifications. This paper defines the currently available tools for biopolymers, which are discussed under the following topics:

    • Natural amino acids and bases
    • Modified and variable residues
    • Disulfide bridges
    • Branched biopolymers
    • Anti-sense nucleotides
    • Cyclic peptides
    • Hybrid sequences and chimeric sequences

    ChemBioDraw's oligonucleotides and oligopeptides (and all biopolymers) are of unlimited length, and always include atom-by-atom underlying chemical structures. The structures can be displayed ("expanded"), or kept in "collapsed" as monomer abbreviations. In either case, ChemBioDraw can perform chemical analysis (atom count, Molecular Weight calculation, etc.), and the structures can be stored in ChemBioFinder or other ChemBioDraw-associated databases. ChemBioDraw has several methods for representing .....

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