Medicinal and biological chemistry
This guide contains resources of interest to researchers in the areas of medicinal and biological chemistry.
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New resources on pharmaceutical chemistry
Isocoumarin, Thiaisocoumarin and Phosphaisocoumarin : natural occurrences, synthetic approaches and pharmaceutical applications
Modern Synthetic Methodologies for Creating Drugs and Functional Materials (MOSM2018) : proceedings of the II international conference : conference date: 15-17 November 2018, location: Yekaterinburg, Russia
New Chem & ChemEng Faculty Publications
Updated weekly, below are new articles by faculty in Stanford's Chemistry Department and Chemical Engineering Department from the Web of Science (WoS) database. Only users with a current SUNet ID can view full WoS records.
- Chemoselective N-Alkylation of Indoles in Aqueous Microdroplets
- A Pathogen-Responsive Gene Cluster for Highly Modified Fatty Acids in Tomato
- Fine-Tuning Semiconducting Polymer Self-Aggregation and Crystallinity Enables Optimal Morphology and High-Performance Printed All-Polymer Solar Cells
- Scaling Relations in Homogeneous Catalysis: Analyzing the Buchwald-Hartwig Amination Reaction
- Electrostatic control of photoisomerization pathways in proteins
- Dynamic Manipulation of Cell Membrane Curvature by Light-Driven Reshaping of Azopolymer
- Ink Development and Printing of Conducting Polymers for Intrinsically Stretchable Interconnects and Circuits
- Efficient Pourbaix diagrams of many-element compounds
Futurity: news from leading research universities
- 1 number could make the hunt for cancer cells easier
- Robot kayaks find surprisingly fast tidewater glacier melting
- Space ‘super-storms’ may be more common than we thought
- This standard test for autism could be more reliable
- 25% of hospitalized kids get antibiotics they don’t need
- Does cognitive dissonance account for rising xenophobia?
- Two traits may link major depression and alcohol dependence
- After infection, lung immune cells remember for next time
- ACL tears can cause harmful changes to your brain
- Mixing chlorine and drinking water creates toxic byproducts
Methods & Protocols
Major Reference Works
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