Keda Zhang

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The retention factors of neutral, positively charged, and negatively charged solutes were determined in a liposome electrokinetic chromatography (EKC) system, where cerasome was used as the investigated liposome. The Abraham linear free energy relationship (LFER) for neutral and ionized solutes gave a good account of the retention factors (N = 71, R(2) =(More)
4alpha-Aminosteroids were synthesized by the substitution of a 2alpha-bromo ketone using K(2)CO(3) as an activator; 4beta-aminosteroids were synthesized in excellent yields by a highly regioselective and trans-stereospecific ring opening of a steroidal 3,4alpha-epoxide using ZnCl(2)-H(2)O as a catalyst.
Lipid membrane-water partitions (e.g., immobilized artificial membrane systems where the lipid membrane is a neutral phospholipid monolayer bound to gel beads) were compared to various organic solvent-water partitions using linear free energy relationships. To this end, we also measured the retention factors of 36 compounds (including neutral and ionic(More)
Experimental values of permeability coefficients, as log Kp, of chemical compounds across human skin were collected by carefully screening the literature, and adjusted to 37°C for the effect of temperature. The values of log Kp for partially ionized acids and bases were separated into those for their neutral and ionic species, forming a total data set of(More)
The permeability, K(p), of some ionized solutes (including nine acids and nine bases) through human epidermis membrane was measured in this work. Combined with the experimental K(p) data set for neutral species created by Abraham and Martins and reliable K(p) data for ionic species from the literature, a linear free-energy relationship (LFER) analysis was(More)
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