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<div> <div> <div> <p>"Peptoids" was proposed, over decades ago, as a term describing analogs of peptides that exhibit better physicochemical and pharmacokinetic properties than peptides. Oligo-(N-substituted glycines) (oligo-NSG) was previously proposed as a peptoid due to its high proteolytic resistance and membrane permeability. However, oligo-NSG is conformationally flexible and is difficult to achieve a defined shape in water. This conformational flexibility is severely limiting biologicaldoi:10.26434/chemrxiv.7552139 fatcat:rz6yjdyqzfb3boe76cjatacu2e