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Prætorius Group. Modulation of neurotransmission and epigenetic biology

rac@sund.ku.dk
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Jagtvej 162, Copenhagen
Denmark
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Modulation of neurotransmission and epigenetic biology, biostructure based SAR studies, peptide and protein based ligands, organic synthesis.

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Research scope of the group: - Modulation of neurotransmission. Design and synthesis of modulators of neurotransmitter receptors, and transporters in the central nervous system. - Modulation of epigenetic biology, development of tool compounds for epigenetic research

Publications
  1. Substrate- and Cofactor-independent Inhibition of Histone Demethylase KDM4C Leurs, U., et al. 11 Jul 2014 In : A C S Chemical Biology. 9, 9, p. 2131-2138 8 p.
  2. Posttranslational Modifications of the Histone 3 Tail and Their Impact on the Activity of Histone Lysine Demethylases In Vitro Lohse, B., et al. 2 Jul 2013 In : P L o S One. 8, 7, p. e67653
  3. Targeting histone lysine demethylases by truncating the histone 3 tail to obtain selective substrate-based inhibitors Lohse, B., et al. 19 Sep 2011 In : Angewandte Chemie (International Edition). 50, 39, p. 9100-9103
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