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XPS and AFM characterization of aminosilanes with different numbers of bonding sites on a silicon wafer
Thiazole orange-induced c-di-GMP quadruplex formation facilitates a simple fluorescent detection of this ubiquitous biofilm regulating molecule.
- Shizuka Nakayama, Ilana Kelsey, +5 authors H. Sintim
- Chemistry, MedicineJournal of the American Chemical Society
- 8 March 2011
It is demonstrated that c-di-GMP can form G-quadruplexes at low micromolar concentrations when aromatic molecules such as thiazole orange template the quadruplex formation, and this property of aromatic molecule-induced G- quadruplex formation is used to design a thiazoles orange-based fluorescent detection of this important signaling molecule.
Influence of different solvents on the morphology of APTMS-modified silicon surfaces
New cyclopentane derivatives as inhibitors of steroid metabolizing enzymes AKR1C1 and AKR1C3.
- B. Štefane, P. Brožič, Matej Vehovc, T. Rižner, S. Gobec
- Chemistry, MedicineEuropean journal of medicinal chemistry
- 1 June 2009
A series of cyclopentane derivatives represent promising starting points in the development of new anticancer agents for the treatment of hormone-dependent forms of cancer and other diseases where AKR 1C1 and AKR1C3 are involved.
A study of the thermal decomposition of adulterated cocaine samples under optimized aerobic pyrolytic conditions.
Surface-Functionalized COMB Capacitive Sensors and CMOS Electronics for Vapor Trace Detection of Explosives
In this paper, we present a miniature detection system, which is able to detect and selectively recognize different vapor traces of explosives. It is based on surface-functionalized array of COMB…
Synthesis and X-ray crystal structures of bis(bis(μ2-2-aminoethanolato–N,O,O)–cobalt(III))–cobalt(II) hydrate, tris(biscyclohexylammonium)μ-hydroxo–bis(μ2-nitro–N,O)–hexanitro–dicobaltate(III) and…
Hydrogenation of BF2 Complexes with 1,3-Dicarbonyl Ligands.
Metal-Catalysed Transfer Hydrogenation of Ketones
The focus of this review is devoted to chiral catalyst types which are capable of inducing high stereoselectivities, and Ruthenium complexes still represent the largest part of the catalysts, but other metals are rapidly penetrating this field.
Advances in Catalyst Systems for the Asymmetric Hydrogenation and Transfer Hydrogenation of Ketones
Hydrogenation of prochiral ketones using chiral transition-metal catalysts represents the cleanest way to access enantiomerically enriched secondary alcohols, which are important building blocks in…