The team from the Department of Chemistry, comprising Edi Topić, Mirta Rubčić, Jana Pisk, and the recently graduated Josip Sarjanović, in collaboration with scientists Lidija Androš Dubraja and Luka Pavić from the Ruđer Bošković Institute, have published a significant research article titled Evaluation of vanadium conversions derived from simple acetic acid hydrazide as non-conventional semiconductors in the Journal of Materials Chemistry C, Materials with applications in optical, magnetic & electronic devices (IF=6.4)
Scientists from the Department of Chemistry, Tomislav Jednačak, Sanda Rončević, Ivan Nemet, Ines Primožič, Tomica Hrenar, and Predrag Novak, in collaboration with scientists Ana-Marija Jagatić Korenika, Ana Jeromel, and Ivana Tomaz, have published a scientific paper titled "Deep Reinforcement Learning Classification of Sparkling Wines Based on ICP-MS and DOSY NMR Spectra" in the prestigious journal Food Chemistry: X (IF = 6.1).
Scientists from the Department of Chemistry David Klarić and Nives Galić together with former student Melita Kelrajter and in collaboration with scientists Ana Čikoš (Ruđer Bošković Institute) and Ana Budimir (Faculty of Pharmacy and Biochemistry) published a scientific paper entitled Inclusion complexes of nabumetone with β-cyclodextrins: Spectroscopic, spectrometric and calorimetric studies in solution
A researcher from the Chemistry Department Branimir Bertoša, a recent student Ana Marija Knez, and a recent researcher from the Chemistry Department Zoe Jelić Matošević, in collaboration with Martina Manenica, a project collaborator, have published the scientific publication: Allosteric mechanism of MntR transcription factor from alkalophilic bacterium Halalkalibacterium halodurans. The paper was published in the prestigious journal Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics (IF = 5.2).
Master student Matej Kožić and researcher Branimir Bertoša, both from the Chemistry Department, have published the scientific publication: Trajectory maps: molecular dynamics visualization and analysis. The paper was published in the prestigious journal NAR Genomics and Bioinformatics (IF = 4.41).
A researcher from the Department of Chemistry, Branimir Bertoša, together with recent researchers from the Department of Chemistry Sanja Škulj and Antun Barišić, and master student Matej Kožić, in collaboration with researchers from Ramon Llull University in Barcelona (Aitor Vega and Xevi Biarnés), Austrian Institute of Technology in Vienna (Ivan Barišić), and Ruđer Bošković Institute (Ivo Piantanida) have published the scientific publication Comparison of two peroxidases with high potential for biotechnology applications – HRP vs. APEX2. The paper was published in the prestigious journal Computational and Structural Biotechnology Journal (IF = 6.0).
Researchers from the Chemistry Department, Katarina Radman, Nikola Bregović and Branimir Bertoša, and a recent researcher from the Chemistry Department, Zoe Jelić Matošević, in collaboration with researchers from the Ruđer Bošković Institute (Ivo Crnolatac, Ivo Piantanida, Marina Kveder, Dijana Žilić, Ivana Leščić Ašler) and researcher from University of Porto (Pedro A. Fernandes) have published the scientific publication: Structural and dynamical changes of the Streptococcus gordonii metalloregulatory ScaR protein induced by Mn2+ ion binding. The paper was published in the prestigious journal International Journal of Biological Macromolecules (IF = 8.025).
Researchers from the Department of Chemistry Karla Korade, Ivan Nemet and Davor Kovačević in collaboration with and a former researcher of the Department of Chemistry Atiđa Selmani (currently at University of Graz), a former student of the Department of Chemistry Mario Špadina (SeaCras), a researcher from the Institute of Physics Borna Radatović and collaborators from Slovenia (Goran Dražić and Klemen Bohinc) and France (Bertrand Siboulet, Yann Foucaud and Jean-François Dufrêche) have published the scientific publication Cation Adsorption in TiO2 Nanotubes: Implication for Water Decontamination in the prestigious ACS Applied Nano Materials (IF 5,9).
Researchers from the Department of Chemistry Nea Baus Topić and Dominik Cinčić have published the study Perhalogenated Hydroxyl Aryl Imines as Halogen Bond Donors in Cocrystals with Nitrogen-Containing Acceptors in the ACS journal Crystal Growth & Design (IF = 4.010).
Branimir Bertoša and Katarina Radman, researchers from the Chemistry Department, in collaboration with researchers from the Ruđer Bošković Institute (Lana Vujica, Jovica Lončar, Lana Mišić, Bono Lučić, Ivan Mihaljević, Josip Mesarić, Marina Horvat, and Tvrtko Smital) have published the scientific publication: Environmental contaminants modulate transport activity of zebrafish (Danio rerio) multidrug and toxin extrusion protein 3 (Mate3/Slc47a2.1). The paper was published in the prestigious journal Science of the Total Environment (IF = 10.754).