In this work peptoid analogs of two short amino acid sequences with antitumor activity (one derived from the CD44-v6 coreceptor and one from the BAG-1L protein), have been designed and synthesized. Comparison of the biological activity of the peptides and the different peptoid analogs led to the establishment of structure-activity relationships and the identification of a lead compound showing high potential for cancer therapy. In addition, a method for the synthesis of amide-containing submonomers as free bases and their incorporation into peptoid oligomers is described. Different-length homo-oligomers of $alpha$-chiral amide residues were successfully synthesized for structural investigations.
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