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Part (I): Synthesis, Characterization and Antibacterial Activity of Vanadium(V) Complexes with ONS Schiff bases Part (II): Synthesis of 9-CD₃-11-cis-Retinal for the Investigation of the Activation Mechanism of GPCR Rhodopsin by Solid-State ²H NMR Spectroscopy
Vanadium compounds are known to play many roles in both biology and industry, and the biochemical activity of these compounds has led to their increased importance in both biological and medical research. In the present ...
Surface Modification of Core-Shell Silver-Titania Nanocomposites with Copper Bipyridine–Phosphonates and Studies on Ag@TiO₂ Mediated Degradation of Organophosphates
Silver nanoparticles, coated with a titania shell were prepared and were shown to be catalytically active for the rapid degradation of organothiophosphate methyl parathion (MeP). Formation of the degradation product, ...
Metastable-state Photoacids and the Related Photo-Responsive Polymers
Metastable-state photoacid is a type of photo-sensitive compounds that can release large amount of protons reversibly upon visible-light irradiation. Since being developed by our group in 2011, metastable-state photoacid ...
Metastable-State NH Photoacids and Organic Photo Carbon Monoxide Releasing Materials
The recently discovered metastable-state photoacids (mPAHs) can produce a large proton concentration with high efficiency and good reversibility upon irradiation with visible light with moderate intensity. Therefore, ...
Interaction between Fragments of Tau Protein Investigated by Force Spectroscopy Using AFM
Over the last couple of decades, there has been rapidly growing interest in research of natively unfolded proteins. Some proteins from this group are implicated in a number of neurodegenerative diseases. One group of ...
5-Oxo-ETE Antagonists in Allergic Disease; Design and Synthesis of Affinity Chromatography Ligand for 5-HEDH; and Synthesis of Isoprostanes as an Index for the Diagnosis in Alzheimer’s Disease
Arachidonic acid (AA, 4, Figure 1) is a 20:4 (ω-6) fatty acid with a 20-carbon chain and four cis-double bonds, and the esterified form of AA in phospholipids can be enzymatically liberated by phospholipases (PL) and ...