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Olefination of Furans and Unactivated Alkenes

Author: Veronika Belusa

07 August 2014 – Branched vinylfurans formed in high yields and with high selectivities by oxidative olefination of furans with unactivated alkenes

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Guidelines to Target Protein-Protein Interactions

Author: Melania Tesio

06 August 2014 – Guidelines to design libraries of synthetic macrocyles targeting protein-protein interactions developed

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Faster Immobilization by Microwave Irradiation

Author: Lisa-Marie Rauschendorfer

05 August 2014 – Covalent immobilization of enzymes on inorganic surfaces by microwave-irradiation is much faster than conventional methods

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Organic Cages Got New Talent

Author: Xin Su

05 August 2014 – Porous organic cages prove to be effective in separating rare gases as well as chiral molecules via selective binding

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Antibody-Free Detection

Author: Rosalyne Cowie

05 August 2014 – Graphene oxide photoluminescence can be modulated to allow detection of neurotransmitters

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Exploiting DNA Damage

Author: Melania Tesio

04 August 2014 – Sepantronium bromide holds promises as a selective genotoxic drug for cancer treatment

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A Selective Omega-3 Fatty Acid Agonist

Author: Melania Tesio

03 August 2014 – Anti-inflammatory effects are exerted and the sensitivity to the hormone insulin increased by a selective omega-3 fatty acid agonist

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Contamination of Seafood with Arsenolipids

Author: Lisa-Marie Rauschendorfer

02 August 2014 – RP-HPLC-ICP-MS in combination with ESI-MS reveals that Arsenolipids are the major class of Arsenic in canned cod liver

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Nanoparticles: Safe for the Brain?

Author: Melania Tesio

01 August 2014 – Once delivered to the brain, polymeric micelles exert toxic effects that depend on their charge

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Preserving Food Quality with Cinnamon

Author: Melania Tesio

31 July 2014 – Cinnamon cassia oils inhibit the growth of Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli, a common food contaminating pathogen

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