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Toll-like receptors (TLRs) and the type I IL-1 receptor (IL-1RI) are key components of the innate immune system activated by microbial infections and inflammation. The signaling cascade from… (More)
A variety of aromatic guest molecules are co-encapsulated with Bu4SbBr in an assembly of six resorcinarene subunits.
[structure: see text] Chiral calixarene alpha-aminophosphonic acids were obtained through diastereoselective Pudovik-type addition of sodium ethyl phosphites to the chiral calixarene imines,… (More)
Resorcinarene 1b forms a hexameric assembly in water-saturated CDCl(3) that encapsulates one tetraalkylammonium salt (2(+)Br(-)). The remaining space is occupied by coencapsulated solvent molecules.… (More)
Resorcinarenes assemble in wet chloroform or benzene to form hexameric capsules, resembling inflated cubes or volleyballs. NMR methods are used to determine the number of solvent molecules detained… (More)
A kinetically stable, dimeric capsule is formed by tetrahydroxyresorcinarene in methanol; it encapsulates tropylium and tetramethylammonium cations.
A synthetic receptor is described with the appropriate shape and size for alkylated trimethylammonium ions such as choline and carnitine. The structure features a deep, concave binding site, lined… (More)
Pyrrogallolarenes 2 were prepared by acid-catalyzed condensation of pyrrogallol with aldehydes. Compound 2a crystallizes from a methanol solution of quinuclidine hydrochloride to give a dimeric… (More)
The host-guest complexes of resorcinarenes are re-examined in solution through modern spectroscopic methods; the assemblies are characterized by 1H NMR and the guest exchange rates are measured by… (More)