SUPRAMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY GROUP

University of Valencia

  • Carbon Dioxide Fixation
  • Substrate Recognition by Modified Nanoparticles
  • Distribution Diagram of Species
  • Singel-crystal X-ray
  • Fluorescence Sensors
  • DRX Polycrystalline Nanoparticles
  • Supramolecular Gels
  • 1D Coordination Polymers
  • Molecular Dynamic Studies
  • SEM
  • UV-Vis Spectroscopy
  • Antioxidants Yeast Studies
  • TEM
  • DNA Intercalation
  • Contrast Agent
  • NMR Studies
Carbon Dioxide Fixation1 Substrate Recognition by Modified Nanoparticles2 Distribution Diagram of Species3 Singel-crystal X-ray4 Fluorescence Sensors5 DRX Polycrystalline Nanoparticles6 Supramolecular Gels7 1D Coordination Polymers8 Molecular Dynamic Studies9 SEM10 UV-Vis Spectroscopy11 Antioxidants Yeast Studies12 TEM13 DNA Intercalation14 Contrast Agent15 NMR Studies16
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The Supramolecular Chemistry group of the University of Valencia, ICMol, is an interdisciplinary unit whose members afford different research perspectives spanning from biomedicinal to environmental chemistry. The Supramol group coordinated by Prof. Enrique García-España is currently integrated by three staff professors, five PhD doctors, six PhD students and five master students.

The research activity is organized around the following topics:

i) Development of new drugs with either antiparasitic, anti-inflammatory or antitoumoral  activity.

ii) Design and study of compounds able to mimic superoxide dismutase and other enzymes related to molecular oxygen metabolism.

iii) Synthesis of new receptors able to interact selectively with nucleic acids via intercalative binding or through the formation of G-quadruplex structures, design of contrast agents for imaging arteriosclerotic injuries.

iv) Synthesis of inorganic-organic hybrid materials.

v) Design of molecular chemosensors for metal ions and anions of biological or environmemtal relevance.