Synthesis of alkylated derivatives of 3-aminophthalhydrazide as compounds with potential biological applications
Microwave ydrofosfinyliosi unactivated alkenes extreme without adding catalyst or radical initiator
Rational design of novel selective inhibitors with possible antidepressant activity that interact with the extracellular domain of CRF1
Study of fragmentation ketones and identification fatty acids with high resolution mass spectrometry
Development of Organocatalitic Methodologies for the Synthesis of Bioactive Compounds
C-H Bond Activation catalyzed by copper and N-heterocyclic carbenes-Application to Sonogashira reaction and to carboxylation reaction of terminal alkynes
Synthesischaracterization andpropertiesof self-assembled hybridphotoniccages"
Rational design, synthesis and in vitro evaluation of M1 aminopeptidases' inhibitors
Synthesis and study of the antioxidant action of derivatives of 3,4-dihydroxyphenylacetic acid
Development of catalysis' methods frindly to the environment.
Investigation of Diastereoselectivity during the Synthesis of P1΄-Isoxazol Substituted Phosphinic Dipeptides via P-Michael Addition
Investigation stereoselective synthesis approaches phosphonates pseudo peptide logs
Synthetic Approach to the Diastereoselective Development of Conformationally Restricted Phosphinic Dipeptides
Synthesis of H- phosphinic acids as possible enzyme inhibitors
Synthesis of new amide compounds derivatives of 2-pyrrolidinone and the study of their organocatalytic properties
Synthesis of modified purine for biological and technological applications
Synthesis of modified 5',8-cyclo-2'-deoxyguanosines for their application in the development of novel nanomaterials
Aglycon and derivatives synthesis of glycogen phosphorylase inhibitors: Study of the effect on inhibition constants
Conformational Analysis of peptides with potential bioactivity against depression and multiple sclerosis
Creation of pharmacophore model for the enzyme cytosolic phospholipase A2 (cPLA2). The use of chemical databases for the discovery of novel potential leads.