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BIO-AMINES (Professor Gen Larsson)

Period: 2008-09-01 - 2013-08-31

The project is directed to production of chiral amines as building blocks for the pharmaceutical industry. It is a collaboration between KTH Bioprocess Technology and KTH Biochemistry and Swedish » more
Bio-interfaces: From molecular understanding to application - BIOCONTROL (Professor Per Claesson)



  Period: 2006-10-01 - 2009-09-30

BIOCONTROL is an EU sponsored Marie Curie Research and Training Network aiming at controlling biological functions at, or on, bio-interfaces. It is based on the recent recognition of the importance of » more
Comprehensive assessment of hazardous effects of engineered nanomaterials on the immune system - NANOMMUNE (Professor Mamoun Muhammed)

Period: 2008-10-01 - 2011-08-31

The aim of the project is to establish a panel of read-out systems for the prediction of the toxic potential of existing and emerging engineered nanomaterials (ENs), through a comprehensive and » more
Coupling of capillary electrophoresis (CE) to matrix assisted laser desorption/ionisation mass spectrometry (MALDI-MS) (Associate professor Åsa Emmer)

The use of separation techniques in combination with mass spectrometry analysis is an established way to obtain high quality information of extremely complex samples. Capillary electrophoresis has » more
Development of nanoanalytical techniques for wood cells (Associate professor Åsa Emmer)

Period: 2002-01-01

Microanalysis of wood fibres Much is known about the chemical composition of plants. However, the study of single plant cells is much more immature. The minute size of the cells and hence small » more
Development of new analytical methodologies for membrane proteins (Associate professor Åsa Emmer)

Period: 2000-01-01

Membrane proteins are essential in many cellular processes such as for instance signal transduction, active transport and cell-cell recognition. Although these proteins constitute about a third of the » more
Ecological chemistry/natural product chemistry (Professor Anna-Karin Borg Karlsson)

Ecological chemistry is a research area studying the structure and function of chemical signals between organisms. Our aim is to investigate the molecular receptive range (chemodiversity) in insects, » more
Electron transfer in oligometallic co-ordination compounds (Professor Julius Glaser)

Period: 1995-01-01

The aim of this project is to study co-ordination compounds capable of simultaneous two-electron transfer. Towards this end, a family of four new binuclear platinum-thallium cyano compounds containing » more
Element-element additions (Professor Christina Moberg)

The addition of element-element compounds such as disilanes, diboranes, and silylboranes to unsaturated organic compounds (alkynes, alkenes, 1,3-dienes, 1,2-dienes) catalyzed by the Pt group metal » more
Enzymatic synthesis (Professor Per Berglund)

The activities under this title are carried out within the Biocatalysis group, KTH (www.biotech.kth.se/biochem/biocatalysis). We are developing new synthetic methods based on enzyme catalysis for » more
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