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This list is arranged by the name of the first author. Please, note the change in numbering of the references. Any omissions, mistakes and inconsistencies please communicate to the authors of compilation (michal@5z.com). (If you are pointing to any reference, please use its ID# -- the last number in the reference.) You are welcome to use this compilation in your work. Proper way to quote it in your paper is: Lebl M., Leblova Z.: Dynamic database of references in molecular diversity. Internet http://www.5z.com.

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  1. Amato, I. (1992) Molecular design: Speeding up a chemical game of chance. Science, 257, 330-331. #5193

  2. Anderson, R.W., Bennink, J.R., Yewdell, J.W., Maloy, W.L., & Coligan, J.E. (1992) Influenza basic polymerase 2 peptides are recognized by influenza nucleoprotein-specific cytotoxic T lymphocytes. Mol. Immunol., 29, 1089-1096. #4821

  3. Appel, J.R., Pinilla, C., & Houghten, R.A. (1992) Identification of related peptides recognized by a monoclonal antibody using a synthetic peptide combinatorial library. Immunomethods, 1, 17-23. #560

  4. Ban, J., Czene, S., Altaner, C., Callebaut, I., Krchnak, V., Merza, M., Burny, A., Kettmann, R., & Portetelle, D. (1992) Mapping of sequential epitopes recognized by monoclonal antibodies on the bovine leukemia virus external glycoproteins expressed in Escherichia coli by means of antipeptide antibodies. J. Gen. Virol., 73, 2457-2461. #5899

  5. Baragi, V.M., Jordan, H., & Renkiewicz, R.R. (1992) A protocol for rapid screening of proteoglycan-degrading metalloproteinase inhibitors. J. Pharmacol. Toxicol. Method., 27, 101-105. #2631

  6. Barbas, C.F.I., Crowe, J.E.J., Cababa, D., Jones, T.M., Zebedee, S.L., Murphy, B.R., Chanock, R.M., & Burton, D.R. (1992) Human monoclonal Fab fragments derived from a combinatorial library bind to respiratory syncytial virus F glycoprotein and neutralize infectivity. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 89, 10164-10168. #4715

  7. Barbas, C.F.I., Bain, J.D., Hoekstra, D.M., & Lerner, R.A. (1992) Semisynthetic combinatorial antibody libraries: A chemical solution to the diversity problem. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 89, 4457-4461. #1

  8. Barrett, R.W., Cwirla, S.E., Ackerman, M.S., Olson, A.M., Peters, E.A., & Dower, W.J. (1992) Selective enrichment and characterization of high affinity ligands from collections of random peptides on filamentous phage. Anal. Biochem., 204, 357-364. #766

  9. Baumbach, G.A., & Hammond, D.J. (1992) Protein purification using affinity ligands deduced from peptide libraries. BioPharm, 5, 24-35. #2381

  10. Beaudry, A.A., & Joyce, G.F. (1992) Directed evolution of an RNA enzyme. Science, 257, 635-641. #2361

  11. Benichou, S., Legrand, R., Nakagawa, N., Faure, T., Traincard, F., Vogt, G., Dormont, D., Tiollais, P., Kieny, M.P., & Madaule, P. (1992) Identification of neutralizing domain in the external envelope glycoprotein of simian immunodeficiency virus. AIDS Res. Hum. Retroviruses, 8, 1165-1170. #4761

  12. Birnbaum, S., & Mosbach, K. (1992) Peptide screening. Curr. Opin. Biotechnol., 3, 49-54. #711

  13. Blake, J., & Litzi-Davis, L. (1992) Evaluation of peptide libraries: An iterative strategy to analyze the reactivity of peptide mixtures with antibodies. Bioconjug. Chem., 3, 510-513. #193

  14. Bock, L.C., Griffin, L.C., Latham, J.A., Vermaas, E.H., & Toole, J.J. (1992) Selection of single-stranded DNA molecules that bind and inhibit human thrombin. Nature, 355, 564-566. #533

  15. Brenner, S., & Lerner, R.A. (1992) Encoded combinatorial chemistry. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 89, 5381-5383. #4

  16. Brown, E.L., Wooters, J.L. & Sookdeo, H.K. (1992) Screening pools of synthetic peptides for biological activity. In J.A. Smith & J.E. Rivier (Eds.), Peptides: Chemistry and Biology, Proc.12.APS. (pp. 521-522). ESCOM, Leiden. #1317

  17. Bunin, B.A., & Ellman, J.A. (1992) A general and expedient method for the solid phase synthesis of 1,4-benzodiazepine derivatives. J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 114, 10997-10998. #108

  18. Cesareni, G. (1992) Peptide display on filamentous phage capsids: A new powerful tool to study protein-ligand interaction. FEBS Lett., 307, 66-70. #649

  19. Christian, R.B., Zuckermann, R.N., Kerr, J.M., Wang, L., & Malcolm, B.A. (1992) Simplified methods for construction, assessment and rapid screening of peptide libraries in bacteriophage. J. Mol. Biol., 227, 711-718. #652

  20. Collet, T.A., Roben, P., O'Kennedy, R., Barbas, C.F.I., Burton, D.R., & Lerner, R.A. (1992) A binary plasmid system for shuffling combinatorial antibody libraries. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 89, 10026-10030. #4659

  21. Crooke, S.T. (1992) Therapeutic applications of oligonucleotides. Biotechnology, 10, 882-886. #3150

  22. Cull, M.G., Miller, J.F., & Schatz, P.J. (1992) Screening for receptor ligands using large libraries of peptides linked to the C terminus of the lac repressor. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 89, 1865-1869. #492

  23. Duchosal, M.A., Eming, S.A., Fischer, P., Leturcq, D., Barbas, C.F.I., McConahey, P.J., Caothien, R.H., Thornton, G.B., Dixon, F.J., & Burton, D.R. (1992) Immunization of hu-PBL-SCID mice and the rescue of human monoclonal Fab fragments through combinatorial libraries. Nature, 355, 258-262. #4673

  24. Ellington, A.D., & Szostak, J.W. (1992) Selection in vitro of single-stranded DNA molecules that fold into specific ligand-binding structures. Nature, 355, 850-852. #1043

  25. Famulok, M., & Szostak, J.W. (1992) In vitro selection of specific ligand-binding nucleic acids. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 31, 979-988. #2362

  26. Fowlkes, D.M., Adams, M.D., Fowler, V.A., & Kay, B.K. (1992) Multipurpose vectors for peptide expression on the M13 viral surface. BioTechniques, 13, 422-427. #2013

  27. Frank, R. (1992) SPOT synthesis: An easy technique for the positionally addressable, parallel chemical synthesis on a membrane support. Tetrahedron, 48, 9217-9232. #1316

  28. Frank, R. & Guler, S. (1992) SPOT-synthesis: A novel technique for facile and rapid peptide screening. In J.A. Smith & J.E. Rivier (Eds.), Peptides: Chemistry and Biology, Proc.12.APS. (pp. 519-520). ESCOM, Leiden. #1892

  29. Geisow, M.J. (1992) Bioactive peptides from 'alphabet soup'. Trends Biotech., 10, 110-111. #718

  30. Ginsburg, D., Bockenstedt, P.L., Allen, E.A., Fox, D.A., Foster, P.A., Ruggeri, Z.M., Zimmerman, T.S., Montgomery, R.R., Bahou, W.F., Johnson, T.A., & Yang, A.Y. (1992) Fine mapping of monoclonal antibody epitopes on human von Willebrand factor using a recombinant peptide library. Thromb. Haemost., 67, 166-171. #712

  31. Goldman, E.R., & Youvan, D.C. (1992) An algorithmically optimized combinatorial library screened by digital imaging spectroscopy. Biotechnology, 10, 1557-1561. #4657

  32. Gram, H., Marconi, L.A., Barbas, C.F.I., Collet, T.A., Lerner, R.A., & Kang, A.S. (1992) In vitro selection and affinity maturation of antibodies from a naive combinatorial immunoglobulin library. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 89, 3576-3580. #707

  33. Gruber, S.M., Yu-Yang, P. & Fodor, S.P.A. (1992) Light-directed combinatorial peptide synthesis. In J.A. Smith & J.E. Rivier (Eds.), Peptides: Chemistry and Biology, Proc.12.APS. (pp. 489-491). ESCOM, Leiden. #538

  34. Gundling, G.J. (1992) Antibody libraries on filamentous bacteriophage. J. Clin. Immunoassay, 15, 31-34. #629

  35. Hammer, J., Takacs, B., & Sinigaglia, F. (1992) Identification of a motif for HLA-DR1 binding peptides using M13 display libraries. J. Exp. Med., 176, 1007-1013. #650

  36. Heller, R.A., Song, K., & Freire-Moar, J. (1992) Rapid screening of libraries with radiolabeled DNA sequences generated by PCR using highly degenerate oligonucleotide mixtures. BioTechniques, 12, 30-35. #5209

  37. Hodgson, J. (1992) Receptor screening and the search for new pharmaceuticals. Biotechnology, 10, 973-980. #3151

  38. Holmes, C.P. & Fodor, S.P.A. (1992) Photolithography, chemistry and biological recognition. In M.R. Ladisch & A. Bose (Eds.), Harnessing Biotechnology in the 21st Century (Proc. of the 9th Int. Biotechnology Symposium Exposition). (pp. 241-243). American Chemical Society, Washington,DC. #2150

  39. Holmes, C.P., Adams, C.L., Fodor, S.P.A. & Yu-Yang, P. (1992) New techniques in random screening: The use of light-directed spatially addressable chemical synthesis. In B. Testa, E. Kyburz, W. Fuher & R. Giger (Eds.), Perspectives in Medicinal Chemistry. (pp. 489-500). VHCA, Basel. #2151

  40. Hortin, G.L., Staatz, W.D., & Santoro, S.A. (1992) Preparation of soluble peptide libraries: Application to studies of platelet adhesion sequences. Biochem. Int., 26, 731-738. #630

  41. Houghten, R.A., Blondelle, S.E. & Cuervo, J.H. (1992) Development of new antimicrobial agents using a synthetic peptide combinatorial library involving more than 34 million hexamers. In R. Epton (Ed.), Innovation and Perspectives in Solid Phase Peptide Synthesis. (pp. 237-239). Intercept Limited, Andover. #494

  42. Houghten, R.A., Cuervo, J.H., Pinilla, C., Appel, J.R., Dooley, C.T. & Blondelle, S.E. (1992) The use of a peptide library composed of 34 012 224 hexamers for basic research and drug discovery. In J.A. Smith & J.E. Rivier (Eds.), Peptides: Chemistry and Biology, Proc.12.APS. (pp. 560-561). ESCOM, Leiden. #540

  43. Houghten, R.A., Appel, J.R., Blondelle, S.E., Cuervo, J.H., Dooley, C.T., & Pinilla, C. (1992) The use of synthetic peptide combinatorial libraries for the identification of bioactive peptides. BioTechniques, 13, 412-421. #481

  44. Houghten, R.A., Appel, J.R., Blondelle, S.E., Cuervo, J.H., Dooley, C.T., & Pinilla, C. (1992) The use of synthetic peptide combinatorial libraries for the identification of bioactive peptides. Peptide Res., 5, 351-358. #666

  45. Huse, W. (1992) Combinatorial antibody expression libraries in filamentous phage. In C.A.K. Borrebaeck (Ed.), Antibody Engineering. (pp. 103-120). W.H.Freeman and Company, New York. #4882

  46. Huse, W.D., Sastry, L., Iverson, S.A., Kang, A.S., Alting-Mees, M., Burton, D.R., Benkovic, S.J., & Lerner, R.A. (1992) Generation of a large combinatorial library of the immunoglobulin repertoire in phage lambda. Biotechnology, 24, 517-523. #4712

  47. Jung, G., & Beck-Sickinger, A.G. (1992) Multiple peptide synthesis methods and their applications. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 31, 367-386. #10

  48. Jung, G., Beck-Sickinger, A.G., Zimmermann, N., Metzger, J., Spohn, R., Stevanovic, S., Deres, K. & Wiesmuller, K.H. (1992) Modern methods in multiple peptide synthesis and multiple peptide analysis. In R. Epton (Ed.), Innovation and Perspectives in Solid Phase Peptide Synthesis. (pp. 227-235). Intercept Limited, Andover. #3232

  49. Kasai, Y., Herlyn, D., Sperlagh, M., Maruyama, H., Matsushita, S., & Linnenbach, A.J. (1992) Molecular cloning of murine monoclonal anti-idiotypic Fab. J. Immunol. Method, 155, 77-89. #4711

  50. Kinoshita, Y., Nishigaki, K., & Husimi, Y. (1992) Enzymatic synthesis of sequencing primers based on a library of tetramers. Chem. Express., 7, 149-152. #14396

  51. Knight, D.M., McDonough, M., Moore, M.A., Abercrombie, D., Siegel, R., & Ghrayeb, J. (1992) Stable expression of cloned human antibody genes in murine myeloma cells. Hum. Antibodies. Hybridomas., 3, 129-136. #4671

  52. Lam, K.S., & Lebl, M. (1992) Streptavidin and avidin recognize peptide ligands with different motifs. Immunomethods, 1, 11-15. #141

  53. Lam, K.S., Salmon, S.E., Hersh, E.M., Hruby, V.J., Al-Obeidi, F., Kazmierski, W.M. & Knapp, R.J. (1992) The Selectide process:Rapid generation of large synthestic peptide libraries linked to identification and structure determination of acceptor-binding ligands. In J.A. Smith & J.E. Rivier (Eds.), Peptides: Chemistry and Biology, Proc.12.APS. (pp. 492-495). ESCOM, Leiden. #695

  54. Lawrence, K.B., Venepalli, B.R., Appell, K.C., Goswami, R., Logan, M.E., Tomczuk, B.E., & et al. (1992) Synthesis and substance P antagonist activity of naphthimidazolium derivatives. J. Med. Chem., 35, 1273-1279. #11131

  55. Lenstra, J.A., Erkens, J.H.F., Langeveld, J.G.A., Posthumus, W.P.A., Meloen, R.H., Gebauer, F., Correa, I., Enjuanes, L., & Stanley, K.K. (1992) Isolation of sequences from a random-sequence expression library that mimic viral epitopes. J. Immunol. Method, 152, 149-157. #648

  56. Maeji, N.J., Tribbick, G., Bray, A.M., & Geysen, H.M. (1992) Simultaneous multiple synthesis of peptide-carrier conjugates. J. Immunol. Method, 146, 83-90. #628

  57. Marks, J.D., Hoogenboom, H.R., Griffiths, A.D., & Winter, G. (1992) Molecular evolution of proteins on filamentous phage. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 267, 16007-16010. #8

  58. Morrison, S.L. (1992) In vitro antibodies: Strategies for production and application. Annu. Rev. Immunol., 10, 239-265. #4672

  59. Musser, J.H. (1992) Carbohydrates as drug discovery leads. Annu. Rep. Med. Chem., 27, 301-309. #11

  60. O'Neil, K.T., Hoess, R.H., Jackson, S.A., Ramachandran, N.S., Mousa, S.A., & DeGrado, W.F. (1992) Identification of novel peptide antagonists for GPIIb/IIIa from a conformationally constrained phage peptide library. Protein-Struct. Funct. Genet., 14, 509-515. #654

  61. Oldenburg, K.R., Loganathan, D., Goldstein, I.J., Schultz, P.G., & Gallop, M.A. (1992) Peptide ligands for a sugar-binding protein isolated from a random peptide library. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 89, 5393-5397. #3

  62. Pinilla, C., Appel, J. & Houghten, R.A. (1992) Synthetic peptide combinatorial libraries: The screening of tens of millions of peptides for basic research and drug discovery. In F. Brown, R.M. Chanock, H.S. Ginsberg & R.A. Lerner (Eds.), Vaccines 92. (pp. 25-28). Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor. #559

  63. Pinilla, C., Appel, J.R., Blanc, P., & Houghten, R.A. (1992) Rapid identification of high affinity peptide ligands using positional scanning synthetic peptide combinatorial libraries. BioTechniques, 13, 901-905. #495

  64. Radunz, H.E. (1992) Peptide libraries. A fast approach to new biologically active compounds. GIT Fachz. Lab., 36, 869-873. #2630

  65. Rozsynai, L.F., Benson, D.R., Fodor, S.P.A., & Schultz, P.G. (1992) Photolitographic immobilization of biopolymers on solid supports. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 31, 759-761. #482

  66. Sandhu, J.S. (1992) Protein engineering of antibodies. Crit. Rev. Biotechnol., 12, 437-462. #4670

  67. Schumacher, T.N.M., Van Bleek, G.M., Heemels, M.T., Deres, K., Li, K.W., Imarai, M., Vernie, L.N., Nathenson, S.G., & Ploegh, H.L. (1992) Synthetic peptide libraries in the determination of T cell epitopes and peptide binding specificity of class I molecules. Eur. J. Immunol., 22, 1405-1412. #4820

  68. Scott, J.K., Olivera, B.M., Myers, R., Rivier, J.E., Smith, G.P. & Hillyard, D. (1992) Conotope phage libraries. In J.A. Smith & J.E. Rivier (Eds.), Peptides: Chemistry and Biology, Proc.12.APS. (pp. 595-596). ESCOM, Leiden. #541

  69. Scott, J. K. Identifying mimetic peptides from epitope libraries. 1992. #12540

  70. Scott, J.K., Loganathan, D., Easley, R.B., Gong, X., & Goldstein, I.J. (1992) A family of concanavalin A-binding peptides from a hexapeptide epitope library. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 89, 5398-5402. #646

  71. Scott, J.K. (1992) Discovering peptide ligands using epitope libraries. Trends Biochem. Sci., 17, 241-245. #9

  72. Seldon, M.A., Karabatsas, M., Bray, A.M., Maeji, N.J., & Geysen, H.M. (1992) High-volume in vivo pharmacological screening of angiotensin II: Related peptides synthesized by the multipin method. Immunomethods, 1, 25-31. #2212

  73. Simon, R.J. (1992) 'Peptoids' synthetized for use in drug discovery. C&EN, 19-19. #1529

  74. Simon, R.J., Kaina, R.S., Zuckermann, R.N., Huebner, V.D., Jewell, D.A., Banville, S., Ng, S., Wang, L., Rosenberg, S., Marlowe, C.K., Spellmeyer, D.C., Tan, R., Frankel, A.D., Santi, D.V., Cohen, F.E., & Bartlett, P.A. (1992) Peptoids: A modular approach to drug discovery. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 89, 9367-9371. #13

  75. Smith, G.P. & Scott, J.K. (1992) Using an epitope library to identify peptide ligands for antibodies against folded epitopes. In J.A. Smith & J.E. Rivier (Eds.), Peptides: Chemistry and Biology, Proc.12.APS. (pp. 485-488). ESCOM, Leiden. #537

  76. Stephen, C.W., & Lane, D.P. (1992) Mutant conformation of p53. Precise epitope mapping using a filamentous phage epitope library. J. Mol. Biol., 225, 577-583. #2929

  77. Wang, Z., & Laursen, R.A. (1992) Multiple peptide synthesis on polypropylene membranes for rapid screening of bioactive peptides. Peptide Res., 5, 275-280. #662

  78. Welsh, J.H., Zerbe, O., von Philipsborn, W., & Robinson, J.A. (1992) Beta-turns induced in bradykinin by (S)-alpha-methylproline. FEBS Lett., 297, 216-220. #4822

  79. Wing, D.R., Rademacher, T.W., Field, M.C., Dwek, R.A., Schmitz, B., Thor, G., & Schachner, M. (1992) Use of large-scale hydrazinolysis in the preparation of N-linked oligosaccharide libraries: Application to brain tissue. Glycoconjugate J., 9, 293-301. #334

  80. Wright, A., Shin, S.U., & Morrison, S.L. (1992) Genetically engineered antibodies: Progress and prospects. Crit. Rev. Immun., 12, 125-168. #4658

  81. Zebedee, S.L., Barbas, C.F.I., Hom, Y.L., Caothien, R.H., Graff, R., DeGraw, J., Pyati, J., LaPolla, R., Burton, D.R., Lerner, R.A., & Thornton, G.B. (1992) Human combinatorial antibody libraries to hepatitis B surface antigen. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 89, 3175-3179. #703

  82. Zuckermann, R.N., Kerr, J.M., Kent, S.B.H., & Moos, W.H. (1992) Efficient method for the preparation of peptoids [oligo(N- substituted glycines)] by submonomer solid-phase synthesis. J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 114, 10646-10647. #104

  83. Zuckermann, R.N., Kerr, J.M., Siani, M.A., & Banville, S.C. (1992) Design, construction and application of a fully automated equimolar peptide mixture synthesizer. Int. J. Peptide Prot. Res., 40, 497-506. #100

  84. Zuckermann, R.N., Kerr, J.M., Siani, M.A., Banville, S.C., & Santi, D.V. (1992) Identification of highest-affinity ligands by affinity selection from equimolar peptide mixtures generated by robotic synthesis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 89, 4505-4509. #5

  85. Zuckermann, R.N., Siani, M.A., & Banville, S.C. (1992) Control of the zymate robot with an external computer: Construction of a multiple peptide synthesizer. Lab. Robotics Automation, 4, 183-192. #2213

  86. Zuckermann, R.N., & Banville, S.C. (1992) Automated peptide-resin deprotection/cleavage by a robotic workstation. Peptide Res., 5, 169-174. #99

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