Chem. Soc. Rev. Li Jia's team from Shanghai Institute of Medicine published a "Guideline Review" for the research of small molecule fluorescent probes
Time of Update: 2021-07-30
This article mainly introduces the design strategy of small molecule fluorescent probes for the research of major organ diseases, and emphasizes the importance of biomarker detection for the study of organ dysfunction and other organ-related diseases .
Chem. SOC. Rev: Professor Pan Xiangcheng's research group of Fudan University published
Time of Update: 2018-07-11
Atom transfer radical polymerization (ATRP) is based on simple organic halide as initiator and transition metal complex as catalyst
Through atom transfer mechanism
Chem. SOC. Rev. Reports on the research progress of the research team of Professor Zhang Jinlong
Time of Update: 2018-03-26
Recently, the international well-known review journal chem
Reported on-line a comprehensive paper (DOI: 10.1039 / c7cs00904f) entitled
in Chem SOC Rev: nano catalytic chemical reaction for tumor specific treatment
Time of Update: 2018-02-28
Recently, researcher Chen Yu and researcher Shi Jianlin from Shanghai Silicate Research Institute of Chinese Academy of Sciences were in the review of Chemical Society of Royal
J. Am. Chem. SOC.: asymmetric total synthesis of natural products hippolachnin A and gracioethers
Time of Update: 2018-01-28
SOC.) the research work was completed by Tang Yefeng research group, School of pharmacy, Tsinghua University and Dieter Enders, Professor of Aachen University of technology, Germany.
J. Am. Chem. SOC.: copper catalyzed three component alkene amination
Time of Update: 2017-11-07
Summary: hull team developed copper catalyzed three-component carboamination reaction with olefins, alkyl halides and amines as raw materials.
J. Am. Chem. SOC.: try green tea extract to prevent Alzheimer's disease
Time of Update: 2017-10-13
From the Department of chemical biology, McMaster University, Canada, showed through clinical evidence that EGCG, an extract of green tea, can interfere with the accumulation of toxic substances, thus inhibiting the cognitive decline of Alzheimer's disease patients.