His primary areas of investigation include Peptide, Astrophysics, Redshift, Astronomy and Combinatorial chemistry. He combines subjects such as Thioester, Native chemical ligation and Stereochemistry with his study of Peptide. His Sky and Galaxy study are his primary interests in Astrophysics.
As part of his studies on Redshift, Stephen B. H. Kent frequently links adjacent subjects like Quasar. His work focuses on many connections between Quasar and other disciplines, such as Spectral line, that overlap with his field of interest in OVV quasar. His Combinatorial chemistry study incorporates themes from Yield, Chemical ligation, Total synthesis and Chemical synthesis.
His primary scientific interests are in Chemical synthesis, Stereochemistry, Peptide, Biochemistry and Combinatorial chemistry. His Chemical synthesis research focuses on Chemical ligation and how it relates to Peptide bond. His Stereochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Covalent bond, Crystallography, Crystal structure, Protein structure and HIV-1 protease.
Stephen B. H. Kent has included themes like Cleavage, Thioester, Chromatography, Mass spectrometry and Antibody in his Peptide study. His Biochemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Insulin and Proinsulin. His research investigates the link between Combinatorial chemistry and topics such as Peptide synthesis that cross with problems in Phase.
His main research concerns Chemical synthesis, Biochemistry, Stereochemistry, Molecule and Combinatorial chemistry. His work deals with themes such as Glycoprotein, Chemical ligation, Protein structure and Total synthesis, Organic chemistry, which intersect with Chemical synthesis. His work on Peptide sequence and Protein folding as part of general Biochemistry research is frequently linked to Scorpion toxin, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His Stereochemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Side chain and Toxin. His research in Combinatorial chemistry intersects with topics in Native chemical ligation, Phase and Peptide. His Peptide research focuses on Peptide bond in particular.
Chemical synthesis, Biochemistry, Native chemical ligation, Stereochemistry and Peptide are his primary areas of study. His Chemical synthesis research incorporates elements of Chemical ligation, Total synthesis, Erythropoietin and Glycoprotein. His Amino acid, Xenopus, Extracellular and Conotoxin study in the realm of Biochemistry interacts with subjects such as Scorpion toxin.
His research integrates issues of Combinatorial chemistry and Molecule in his study of Native chemical ligation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Peptide bond, Natural product, Small molecule and Protein biosynthesis in addition to Combinatorial chemistry. His study in Peptide is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Hydrolysis, Organic chemistry, Hydrogen fluoride and Peptide sequence.
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Synthesis of proteins by native chemical ligation
Stephen B. H. Kent;Tom W. Muir;Philip E. Dawson.
Fluorescence detection in automated DNA sequence analysis
Lloyd M. Smith;Jane Z. Sanders;Robert J. Kaiser;Peter Hughes.
Composite Quasar Spectra from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey
Daniel E. Vanden Berk;Gordon T. Richards;Amanda Bauer;Michael A. Strauss.
The Astronomical Journal (2001)
A cellular gene encodes scrapie PrP 27-30 protein
Bruno Oesch;Bruno Oesch;David Westaway;Monika Wälchli;Monika Wälchli;Michael P. McKinley.
Conserved folding in retroviral proteases: crystal structure of a synthetic HIV-1 protease
Alexander Wlodawer;Maria Miller;Mariusz Jaskólski;Bangalore K. Sathyanarayana.
Spectroscopic Target Selection in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey: The Quasar Sample
Gordon T. Richards;Xiaohui Fan;Heidi Jo Newberg;Michael A. Strauss.
arXiv: Astrophysics (2002)
Efficient method for the preparation of peptoids [oligo(N-substituted glycines)] by submonomer solid-phase synthesis
Ronald N. Zuckermann;Janice M. Kerr;Stephen B. H. Kent;Walter H. Moos.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1992)
In situ neutralization in Boc-chemistry solid phase peptide synthesis. Rapid, high yield assembly of difficult sequences.
Martina SCHNölzer;Paul Alewood;Alun Jones;Dianne Alewood.
International Journal of Peptide and Protein Research (2009)
Synthesis of native proteins by chemical ligation.
Philip E. Dawson;Stephen B. H. Kent.
Annual Review of Biochemistry (2000)
Quantitative monitoring of solid-phase peptide synthesis by the ninhydrin reaction.
Virender K. Sarin;Stephen B.H. Kent;James P. Tam;R.B. Merrifield.
Analytical Biochemistry (1981)
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