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Nanoparticle Mediated Suppression of Protein Aggregation
The increasing demands for biopharmaceuticals to treat different diseases have raised concerns about controlling the quality and efficacy of such pharmaceuticals. The design and formulation of a stable protein or peptide ...
Utilization Of Small Molelcules In C1 Chemistry
Functionalized Layered Double Hydroxides and Gold Nanorods
The reversible and topotactic insertion of guest species within layered host lattices, known as intercalation is a widely studied phenomena. The Layered Double Hydroxides (LDHs) or Anionic Alloys are important class of ...
Self-Assembled Coordination Cages for Catalysis and Proton Conduction
Biological systems construct varieties of self-assembled architectures with incredible elegance and precession utilizing proteins as subunits to accomplish widespread functions. Inspired by natural systems, construction ...
Investigations Of Open-Framework Metal Phosphates, Phosphites And Phosphite-Oxalate Materials
Open-framework inorganic materials constitute an important area of study in materials chemistry, because of their potential applications in areas such as sorption and catalysis. After the discovery of nanoporous aluminium ...
An Architectural Exploration in Coordination Driven Self-Assembly & Fluorescent Imidazolium Salts as Picric Acid Receptors
Nature has always remained a constant source of inspiration for chemists for synthesizing natural products, mimicking enzymatic reactions or to construct molecular architectures resembling biological assemblies. With the ...