16 search results for “ethylene sulfate” in the Public website
Synthesis and biological evaluation of spirocyclic antagonists of CCR2 (chemokine CC receptor subtype 2)
Source: Bioorg Med Chem, Volume 23, Issue 14, pp. 4034-49 (2015)
Copper trispyrazolylborate complexes for ethene detection
Promotor: E. Bouwman Co-Promotor: S. Bonnet
Protein-polyelectrolyte interactions: Monitoring particle formation and growth by nanoparticle tracking analysis and flow imaging microscopy
The purpose of this study was to investigate the formation and growth kinetics of complexes between proteins and oppositely charged polyelectrolytes.
Design and application of dextran based cross-linked networks
This thesis describes the design, characterization and application of dextran based crosslinked network.
More JAZ in the orchestration of jasmonate-mediated plant defense
Promotor: Prof.dr. J. Memelink
How Bio-questionable are the Different Recombinant Human Erythropoietin Copy Products in Thailand?
The high prevalence of pure red cell aplasia in Thailand has been associated with the sharp increase in number of recombinant human erythropoietin (rhEPO) copy products, based on a classical generic regulatory pathway, which have entered the market.
Zipping into Fusion
Promotor: J.G.E.M.Fraaije, Co-promotor: A. Kros
Electroreduction of nitrate and carbon dioxide on copper electrodes: a mechanistic study
In this thesis we have discussed several parameters that affect the electrochemical conversion of enviromentaly harmful molecules such as nitrates and carbon dioxide to more valuable and less deleterious compounds, in order to cast light onto the mechanism of the reaction to achieve an efficient and…
Supramolecular materials: from biosensors to cell delivery devices
The group of Dr. Roxanne Kieltyka designs and synthesizes molecules that self-assemble into polymeric materials using specific non-covalent interactions. These substrates can be used for numerous applications in medicine ranging from disease detection to cell delivery depending on the (bio)molecular…
Fruit, flowers and vegetables can be kept longer using new sensor
As fruit and vegetables ripen, ethylene gas is released. Ethylene also influences the speed at which they ripen. Chemist Tom van Dijkman studied how small and inexpensive sensors can be made that measure ethylene concentrations during transportation. PhD defence 12 May 2016.
Making fuels from sunlight and CO2
Plants could be regarded as small chemical factories, which produce chemical substances via photosynthesis. If we can imitate photosynthesis in an artificial system, we can make clean fuels and materials out of sunlight and CO2. Huub de Groot is very close to designing a system of this kind.
On the road to renewable fuel
Greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere and fertilizers in the groundwater have negative consequences for our environment. With an electrochemical process they can be transformed to more valuable and useful substances like fuel and alcohol. Chemistry PhD candidate Elena Perez Gallent discovered how this…
New method to catch notorious Alzheimer protein
A new biophysical technique enables scientists to study the behavior of Aβ-peptide. This protein is known to play a role in Alzheimer’s, but for effective medication we need to know exactly what it does. Publication in Journal of Biological Physics on March 16th.
Reedijk Symposium 2014 - Guest Lecturers: Prof. Alan Rowan & Prof. Matthew Neurock
On Friday October 31st 2014 the fourth annual Jan Reedijk LIC Symposium will be held. The main lectures of the day will be
Making flawless graphene coatings
Graphene, the ultra-thin wonder material just a single carbon atom in thickness, holds the promise of such impressive applications as wear-resistant, friction-free coatings. But first manufacturers have to be able to produce large sheets of graphene under precisely controlled conditions. Dirk van Baarle…
- In situ Surface Resonant X-Ray Diffraction to probe the electronic structure at electrochemical interfaces