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If somebody spends several decades in the world of scientific publishing as author, referee and editor, it is difficult to evade certain ethical issues. Researchers are fallible humans, after all, not free of vices like vanity, envy or jealousy. The range is wide from slightly tendentious selection among data to rudely falsified results, from distrait… (More)
In this paper we describe a high-yielding method leading to a novel family of sugars: the sugar triazene N-oxides. The anticonvulsant effect of one of these compounds was tested. It showed a promising activity indicating the potential therapeutic usefulness of this class of carbohydrate derivatives.
More than ten years after the first computer viruses has appeared, it was time to launch a serious peer reviewed journal on the topic. As a publisher and as an individual internet passionate, I had no doubt about the need for a research depositary of articles related to computer virology. I just had a realistic idea on the difficult task to launch such a… (More)
We describe in this paper a new titration technique for phenobarbital using a cupric derivative of 1-methyl-3-o-nitrophenyl triazene N-oxide as a coloured indicator. The precision of the dosage with this method meets the requirements of the European Pharmacopeia.
We describe in this paper the preparation of 46 new sugar nitrone derivatives and their antibacterial activity against Escherichia coli and Bacillus subtilis.
This paper describes the synthesis of six new well-defined, stable cupric complexes of the general formula Cu(Ligand)2 in which the organic ligand is a nitrogen-bearing sugar derivative. Some of these compounds showed a border-line cytotoxic activity.