From simplicity to complex systems with bioinspired pseudopeptides
Pseudopeptidic compounds are chemical species with attractive applications in many fields of chemistry. The increasing complexity in pseudopeptidic molecules has allowed improvements of their properties, very often after an initial bio-inspiration. Two main types of complexity can be proposed: structural and interactional. These operational processes have recently been used for the generation of new elaborated pseudopetidic molecules and complex molecular systems. This feature article presents a brief discussion of the recent advances done following this rational and with these privileged molecules.