Tag Archives: anticancer

One-pot synthesis creates anticancer candidates

One-pot synthesis creates anticancer candidates – Researchers in Germany have developed a simple, rapid and high-yielding cascade synthesis of a collection of polycyclic compounds that resemble indole alkaloid natural products and which interfere with cell division. The compounds could be …

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Six Slinn Picks – chemical news

Zinc complexes as anti-microbial wound dressings – Scientists in the UK have made metal-containing thin films that can be incorporated into wound dressings or on surfaces to kill microbes and bacteria in hospitals. Endosulfan banned as agreement is reached with …

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Six Slinn Picks – chemical news

Berkeley Lab Researchers Create Next-Generation Chemical Mapping on the Nanoscale – Berkeley Lab scientists at the Molecular Foundry have pioneered a new chemical mapping method that provides unprecedented insight into materials at the nanoscale. These new maps will guide researchers …

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Six Slinn Picks – chemical news

Millimeter-sized monolayer crystals open the door to single crystal organic nanoelectronics – A research team have combined organic electronics with nanoelectronics and developed the first 2D crystal of organic semiconductors on the millimeter scale, the thickness of which is only …

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Latest chemistry news

Alzheimer’s protein revealed – CSIRO scientists and collaborators have made major inroads in cracking a structure of the protein thought to cause Alzheimer’s disease. Compounds to combat cold sores – New compounds to fight the herpes simplex virus (HSV-1), which …

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Chemical news from Robert Slinn

Filtered chemistry news from Robert Slinn for Reactive Reports. First report on fate of underwater dispersants in Deepwater Horizon oil spill – Scientists are reporting that key chemical components of the 770,000 gallons of oil dispersants applied below the ocean …

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