Today, December 19th, the CIQUS PhD student Jesús Mosquera Mosquera defended his Doctoral Thesis, with European Doctorate mention, entitled "Modulating the interaction of peptides derived from transcription factors with specific DNA sequences". His work has been supervised by Prof. José L. Mascareñas and Dr. Eugenio Vázquez, from the CiQUS research group MetBioCat and the Organic Chemistry Department of The USC.
Researchers Martín Fañanás and Moisés Gulías have been recognized with the 'Thieme Chemistry Award 2015', a prize given by the editorial boards of scientific journals Synlett, Synthesis, and Synfacts.
Irreversible Covalent Modification of Type I Dehydroquinase by a Stable Schiff Base
Gold(I)-Catalyzed Intermolecular Cycloaddition of Allenamides with α, β-Unsaturated Hydrazones: Efficient Access to Highly SubstitutedCyclobutanes
Predicting PSR Filters by Transverse Relaxation Enhancements
Systemically administered brain-targeted nanoparticles transport peptides across the blood–brain barrier and provide neuroprotection
Substituted Corannulenes and Sumanenes as Fullerene Receptors. A Dispersion-Corrected Density Functional Theory Study