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“…Looking beyond lipohilicity, we then considered the hydrogen bonding potential of the peptides following recent literature reports on the importance of intra-molecular and intermolecular hydrogen bonds for cyclic peptides [14][15][16] and small molecules [38]. Specifically, structural studies of cell-permeable peptides have suggested that steric occlusion of polar groups and internal hydrogen bonding can lead to increased permeability [39,40].…”
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“…Looking beyond lipohilicity, we then considered the hydrogen bonding potential of the peptides following recent literature reports on the importance of intra-molecular and intermolecular hydrogen bonds for cyclic peptides [14][15][16] and small molecules [38]. Specifically, structural studies of cell-permeable peptides have suggested that steric occlusion of polar groups and internal hydrogen bonding can lead to increased permeability [39,40].…”
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“…101 Descriptors included logP, |pK a -pH| and the surface areas occupied by the hydrogen-bond acceptor (SAHA) and donor atoms (SAHB). The data set had 35…”
Section: Modeling Of Intestinal Permeabilitymentioning
“…This method consists of a hydrophobic filter material that is coated with a mixture of lecithin and inert organic solvent creating an artificial lipid membrane (11)(12)(13)(14)(15). The extent of permeation through the membrane is measured and compared with a known degree of drug absorption in humans.…”
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