Researchers from the Department of Chemistry Tin Klačić and Davor Kovačević and a former student on the Department Nikolina Peranić, in collaboration with Borna Radatović from the Institute of Physics, have published their latest results in the journal Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects (IF 5.518), in a paper titled Biocompatible hydroxyapatite nanoparticles as templates for the preparation of thin film polyelectrolyte multilayer nanocapsules.
Researchers from the Department of Chemistry - Branimir Bertoša, Sanja Škulj, Antun Barišić, in collaboration with researchers from the Austrian Institute of Technology in Vienna (Ivan Barišić, Natalie Mutter, Oliver Spadiut) have published the scientific publication Effect of N-glycosylation on Horseradish Peroxidase Structural and Dynamical Properties. The paper was published in the prestigious journal Computational and Structural Biotechnology Journal (IF = 7.271).
Researchers from the Department of Chemistry, Branimir Bertoša and Katarina Radman, in collaboration with researchers from the Ruđer Bošković Institute in Zagreb (Marijeta Kralj, Marija Mioč, Tatjana Šumanovac) and the ELKH Research Centre for Natural Sciences in Budapest (Balázs Sarkadi i Ágnes Telbisz) have published the scientific paper Interaction of crown ethers with the ABCG2 transporter and their implication for multidrug resistance reversal in the journal Histochemistry and Cell Biology (IF = 4.304).
Researchers from the Department of Chemistry Nea Baus Topić, Nikola Bedeković, Vladimir Stilinović and Dominik Cinčić, in collaboration with Katarina Lisac from the Ruđer Bošković Institute have published the study Halogen-Bonded Cocrystals of 1,3,5-Triiodo-2,4,6-trifluorobenzene and Structural Isomers of Benzoylpyridine in the ACS journal Crystal Growth & Design (IF = 4.076).
Researchers from the Department of Chemistry, Branimir Bertoša and Zoe Jelić Matošević, in collaboration with reserchers from the Austrian Institute of Technology in Vienna (Ivan Barišić, David Kuťák, Lucas Melo, Fabian Schroeder, Natalie Mutter) have published the scientific publication CATANA: an online modelling environment for proteins and nucleic acid nanostructures. The paper was published in the prestigious journal Nucleic Acids Research (IF = 16.971).
Branimir Bertoša, a researcher from the Chemistry Department, in collaboration with researchers from the Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology (Marijana Hranjec, Anja Beč, Patricia Debogović, Marija Kos), Ruđer Bošković Institute (Marija Mioč and Marijeta Kralj) and the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Zagreb (Kristina Starčević) has published the scientific paper Design, synthesis, biological evaluation and QSAR analysis of novel N-substituted benzimidazole derived carboxamides in Journal of Enzyme Inhibition and Medicinal Chemistry (IF = 5,051).
Researchers from the Department of Chemistry Barbara Panić, Hrvoj Vančik and Ivana Biljan and a student from the Department of Chemistry Lujo Matasović in collaboration with a former researcher of the Department of Chemistry Igor Rončević, currently working in the Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry in Prague, and Matej Bubaš from the Ruđer Bošković Institute have published the study Modulating electronic properties of dinitrosoarene polymers in Journal of Materials Chemistry C (IF = 7.393).
The paper was highlighted on the Front Cover of the issue, and was included in the collection of HOT papers for 2022.
Researchers from the Department of Chemistry Mateja Pisačić, Ivan Kodrin, Marijana Đaković, and a former student on the Department Amanda Trninić have published their latest results in the ACS journal Chemistry of Materials (IF 9.811), in a paper titled Two-Dimensional Anisotropic Flexibility of Mechanically Responsive Crystalline Cadmium(II) Coordination Polymers.
The paper has been featured on the supplementary cover of the Journal issue.
Researchers from the Department of Chemistry Nikola Bedeković, Vladimir Stilinović and Dominik Cinčić, in collaboration with Tomislav Piteša and Mihael Eraković from the Ruđer Bošković Institute have published the study Anticooperativity of Multiple Halogen Bonds and Its Effect on Stoichiometry of Cocrystals of Perfluorinated Iodobenzenes in the ACS journal Crystal Growth & Design (IF = 4.076).
A researcher from the Department of Chemistry Davor Kovačević, collaborating with Klemen Bohinc ftom the Univertity of Ljubljana and a former researcher of the Department of Chemistry, currently working on the University of Graz, have published a review Nanoparticles: From Synthesis to Applications and Beyond, in the Advances in Colloid and Interface Science (IF 12.984).
A researcher from the Department of Chemistry Predrag Novak and a PhD student Ivana Rubić, collaborating with Josipa Kuleš, Renata Barić Rafaj, Tomislav Mašek and Vladimir Mrljak from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Zagreb, Anita Horvatić from the Faculty of Food Technology and Biotechnology, University of Zagreb as well as Richard Burchmore, Stefan Weidt, Clement Regnault and Peter David Eckersall from the University in Glasgow, have published a paper "Multi Platforms Strategies and Metabolomics Approaches for the Investigation of Comprehensive Metabolite Profile in Dogs with Babesia canis Infection", in International Journal of Molecular Sciences (IF = 5.924).
Researchers from the Department of Chemistry Jasmina Jukić, Davor Kovačević, Nikola Cindro and Josip Požar, in collaboration with Rok Fink, Martina Oder and Ana-Marija Milisav from the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Ljubljana, have published the study “Predicting the outcomes of interpolyelectrolyte neutralization at surfaces on the basis of complexation experiments and vice versa” in the Royal Society of Chemistry journal Soft Matter (IF = 3.679).
The paper was featured on the Back Cover of the issue.
The results of a structural project worth ca 9.5 million EUR were presented today at the Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb (PMF), thanks to which a center for the state-of-the-art chemistry research was established. The Center of Excellence in Chemistry (Centar Izvrsnosti u Kemiji – CIuK) will strengthen the cooperation with partners from the pharmaceutical, food, chemical and oil industries, while working on sophisticated equipment will enable students to acquire knowledge and skills that will make them highly competitive in the global labor market.