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Photochemistry and Photobiology

Strained, Photoejecting Ru(II) Complexes that are Cytotoxic Under Hypoxic Conditions

Published: 07 December 2019

Author(s): John Roque, Dmytro Havrylyuk, Patrick C. Barrett, Tariq Sainuddin, Julia McCain, Katsuya Colón, William T. Sparks, Evan Bradner, Susan Monro, David Heidary, Colin G. Cameron, Edith C. Glazer, Sherri A. McFarland

Abstract A series of strained Ru(II) complexes were studied for potential anticancer activity in hypoxic tissues. The complexes were constructed with methylated ligands that were photolabile and an imidizo[4,5‐f][1,10]phenanthroline ligand that contained an appended aromatic group to potentially allow for contributions of ligand‐centered excited states. A systematic variation of the size and energy of the aromatic group was performed using systems containing 1–4 fused rings, and the...

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Photochemistry and Photobiology

Reactive Oxygen Species Explicit Dosimetry for Photofrin‐mediated Pleural Photodynamic Therapy

Published: 07 December 2019

Author(s): Yi Hong Ong, Andreaa Dimofte, Michele M. Kim, Jarod C. Finlay, Tianqi Sheng, Sunil Singhal, Keith A. Cengel, Arjun G. Yodh, Theresa M. Busch, Timothy C. Zhu

Abstract Explicit dosimetry of treatment light fluence and implicit dosimetry of photosensitizer photobleaching are commonly used methods to guide dose delivery during clinical PDT. Tissue oxygen, however, is not routinely monitored intraoperatively even though it is one of the three major components of treatment. Quantitative information about in vivo tissue oxygenation during PDT is desirable, because it enables reactive oxygen species explicit dosimetry (ROSED) for prediction of treatment...

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Journal of Heterocyclic Chemistry

Synthesis of fused hydroxy dihydropyrroles and unexpected dihydropyrazine and dihydroquinoxaline derivatives based on heterocyclic ketene aminals

Published: 07 December 2019

Author(s): Monireh Rezaei, Mohammad Bayat, Behrouz Notash

Abstract The one‐pot four‐component synthesis of highly functionalized fused hydroxyl dihydropyrroles and dihydropyrazines from readily available diamines, 1,1‐bis (methylsulfanyl)‐2‐nitroethene, phenylglyoxal monohydrates, and C‐H acids have been developed. This strategy provides an efficient, catalyst‐free approach for easy access to various new hydroxyl‐dihydropyrrole and dihydropyrazine rings in good to high yields. The products were confirmed by 1H and 13C NMR, IR, mass, and X‐ray crystal...

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International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology

The fracture properties of metal‐ceramic composites manufactured via stereolithography

Published: 07 December 2019

Author(s): Bhargavi Mummareddy, Michael Maravola, Eric MacDonald, Jason Walker, Brian Hetzel, Brett Conner, Pedro Cortes

Abstract In this work, metal‐ceramic composite parts based on aluminum and alumina were manufactured in a two‐stage process. First, silica was printed using a vat photopolymerization technique, followed by a curing and sintering stage, which resulted in ceramic precursors. Subsequently, these samples were subjected to a metal infiltration process to form interpenetrating metal‐ceramic composites (IPCs). These composites have attracted considerable attention in the aerospace and defense sector...

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FEBS Journal

Cardiac regeneration and remodelling of the cardiomyocyte cytoarchitecture

Published: 07 December 2019

Author(s): Hashim Ali, Luca Braga, Mauro Giacca

Adult mammals are unable to regenerate their hearts after cardiac injury, largely due to the incapacity of cardiomyocytes (CMs) to undergo cell division. However, mammalian embryonic and fetal CMs, similar to CMs from fish and amphibians during their entire life, exhibit robust replicative activity, which stops abruptly after birth and never significantly resumes. Converging evidence indicates that formation of the highly ordered and stable cytoarchitecture of mammalian mature CMs is coupled...

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Journal of Heterocyclic Chemistry

Highlights on the synthesis of novel phenothiazine‐based azines scaffold as antioxidant agents

Published: 07 December 2019

Author(s): Wafaa S. Hamama, Moustafa A. Gouda, Hadwah A. Kamal El‐din, Hanafi H. Zoorob

Abstract Azines derivatives of phenothiazines were synthetically constructed from one‐pot multicomponent reactions of 1‐(4a,10a‐dihydro‐10H‐phenothiazin‐2‐yl)ethan‐1‐one with various reagents. The obtained novel target compounds were evaluated as antioxidant agents using ABTS+• scavenging assay. Antioxidant results revealed that the incorporation of azines to phenothiazine ring system enhanced the activity. In addition, compound 18 prevent the damage of DNA due to the formation of...

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Journal of Heterocyclic Chemistry

Amine‐carbon disulfide promoted synthesis of novel benzo[e][1,3]thiazepin‐5(1H)‐one derivatives

Published: 07 December 2019

Author(s): Mohammad Sadegh Asgari, Saeed Bahadorikhalili, Mehdi Asadi, Parviz Rashidi Ranjbar, Bagher Larijani, Rahmatollah Rahimi, Mohammad Mahdavi

Abstract In this paper, a simple method is introduced for the synthesis of novel 4‐substituted‐3‐thioxo‐3,4‐dihydrobenzo[e][1,3]thiazepin‐5(1H)‐one derivatives. The synthesis is based on a two‐step reaction of 2‐methylbenzoic acid, an amine, and carbon disulfide. In the first step, 2‐methylbenzoic acid reacts with sulfuric acid in ethanol, followed by the reaction with N‐bromosuccinimide to produce ethyl 2‐(bromomethyl)benzoate. Amine and carbon disulfide react in a separate flask in basic...

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Journal of Food Science

Applications of soy protein hydrolysates in the emerging functional foods: a review

Published: 07 December 2019

Author(s): Tolulope Joshua Ashaolu

Summary Several applications of protein hydrolysates have been documented including gelation, solubility and emulsifying properties. However, very rare reviews have solely explored the potentials of soy protein hydrolysates (SPHs). Varying and abundant pieces of information on the physicochemical properties of soy proteins, such as foaming, solubility, emulsifying, gelling, fat‐ and water‐holding capacities, suggest their hydrolysates to be equally or more important. In this regard, this...

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Journal of Food Science

Development of pectin–eugenol emulsion coatings for inhibition of Listeria on webbed‐rind melons: a comparative study with fig and citrus pectins

Published: 07 December 2019

Author(s): Elif Çavdaroğlu, Stefano Farris, Ahmet Yemenicioğlu

Summary The objective of this study was to employ pectin‐based antimicrobial coatings for inhibition of Listeria on surfaces of whole webbed‐rind melons that cause frequent outbreaks of listeriosis. For this purpose, emulsion‐based coatings were developed using citrus pectin (CPEC) or pectin extracted from processing wastes of sun‐dried figs (FPEC) and eugenol (EUG). The emulsions of FPEC and CPEC with EUG (droplet size range: 1.99–11.22 µm) were highly stable for minimum 10 days at 10 °C. The...

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Journal of Food Science

Comparison of Lupinus angustifolius protein digestibility in dependence on protein, amino acids, trypsin inhibitors and polyphenolic compounds content

Published: 07 December 2019

Author(s): Magdalena Zielińska‐Dawidziak, Aneta Tomczak, Marta Burzyńska, Ewa Rokosik, Krzysztof Dwiecki, Dorota Piasecka‐Kwiatkowska

Summary Lupine seeds are proposed as a source of valuable protein in human and animal nutrition. However, not only protein content but its bioavailability is important. Thus, the protein digestibility of twenty Lupinus angustifolius varieties seeds and the impact of some factors (protein and polyphenols content, trypsin inhibition and amino acids composition) on the protein digestion were discussed. Composition as well as the digestibility of these seeds was influenced by variety, weather...

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Why is Ferrocene so Exceptional? [Microreview]
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