This category contains sites from Organic and Natural Products Chemistry research groups.
Research in the Magnus Lab at the University of Texas is focused on the total synthesis of natural products.
Identification of natural products with interesting, often novel, structures and useful biological properties that may lead to medicinal agents for treatment of cancer, cardiovascular disorders and infectious diseases.
Syntheses of natural and unnatural products that are of biological or structural interest.
Development of bidentate Lewis acid chemistry. Molecular design of chiral phase-transfer catalysts. Precise design of bowl-shaped artificial enzymes. Hypercoordination chemistry. Development of new radical reaction processes and novel methodologies.
Studies conjugated polymers, physisorbed monolayers and crystal polymorphism.
Kinetic studies of carbocation-carbanion combinations.
Applications of organometallic chemistry to problems in materials deposition, methodology for organic synthesis, and catalysis.
Molecular glycosciences: complex glycoconjugate synthesis and carbohydrate-based molecular recognition.
Natural product synthesis, synthetic methods development, and design of new transition metal catalyzed reactions.
Exploiting organic and organometallic chemistry to solve problems in materials science and biology.
Chemistry, bioorganic chemistry of marine natural products with novel structural and biological properties.
New reactions involving nickel catalysis.
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