Jin Soon Cha

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The binding properties of S- and R-ofloxacin to poly[d(A-T)(2)], poly[d(G-C)(2)] and poly[d(I-C)(2)] were studied by circular dichroism (CD) and various fluorescence techniques. The spectral properties of R-ofloxacin did not change when it was mixed with poly[d(A-T)(2)] and poly[d(I-C)(2)], indicating that R-enantiomer does not interact with these(More)
1-Nitropyrene 4,5-oxide and 1-nitropyrene 9,10-oxide are oxidative metabolites that are responsible for the mutagenicity of 1-nitropyrene. In this study, the mutation spectra induced by oxidative metabolites in human cells were determined using a shuttle vector assay. The mutation frequencies induced by 1-nitropyrene 9,10-oxide were 2-3 times higher than(More)
Aluminum hydride, a very interesting and valuable reducing agent, has been widely used in numerous applications in organic syntheses. Jorgenson first reported the comparison in the reducing properties between lithium aluminum hydride and aluminum hydride on the reduction of cinnamaldehyde, and Brown and Yoon reported a systematic study on the reducing(More)
Zirconia is known to be one of the best chromatographic support materials due to its excellent chemical, thermal, and mechanical stability. A quinine carbamate-coated zirconia was prepared as a chiral stationary phase for separation of enantiomers of DNP-amino acids in reversed-phase liquid chromatography. Retention and enantioselectivity of this phase were(More)
Zirconia is known to be one of the best materials for the chromatographic support due to its excellent chemical, thermal, and mechanical stability. In this work, we report preparation and use of 9-O-(phenyloxycarbonyl)quinine-bonded carbon-clad zirconia (QNCZ) as a chiral stationary phase (CSP) for separation of N-(2,4-dinitrophenyl) (DNP)-amino acids (AAs)(More)
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