Analytical & Biological Chemistry Research Facility

Analytical & Biological Chemistry Research Facility

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  • McCaw, Patrick G. (University College Cork, 2018)
    The research described in this thesis is an extensive study on the synthesis and reactivity of α-diazosulfoxides utilising continuous flow processing, and contrasting the outcomes from a synthetic perspective with traditional ...
  • Hou, Jia (University College Cork, 2018)
    The effects of Cheddar cheese quality has been studied previously on pH, composition, ionic strength (NaCl) and temperature; however, physicochemical and biochemical parameters of cheese such as milk composition, processing ...
  • Torres-Fuentes, Cristina; Pastor-Cavada, Elena; Cano, Rafael; Kandil, Dalia; Shanahan, Rachel; Juan, Rocio; Shaban, Hamdy; McGlacken, Gerard P.; Schellekens, Harriet (MDPI, 2018)
    Cachexia is a metabolic wasting disorder characterized by progressive weight loss, muscle atrophy, fatigue, weakness, and appetite loss. Cachexia is associated with almost all major chronic illnesses including cancer, heart ...
  • Buzid, Alyah; McGlacken, Gerard P.; Glennon, Jeremy D.; Luong, John H. T. (American Chemical Society (ACS), 2018)
    Nafion formed on the surface of a boron-doped diamond electrode allows for a chemosensing system for biotin. The modified electrode is capable of oxidizing biotin and offers a detection limit of 5 nM, the average normal ...
  • Wicker, Jerome G. P.; Crowley, Lorraine M.; Robshaw, Oliver; Little, Edmund J.; Stokes, Stephen P.; Cooper, Richard I.; Lawrence, Simon E. (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2017)
    A data-driven approach to predicting co-crystal formation reduces the number of experiments required to successfully produce new co-crystals. A machine learning algorithm trained on an in-house set of co-crystallization ...

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