Angela Casini

School of Chemistry, Minneapolis, MN, United States 
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Deiser S, Drexler M, Moreno-Alcántar G, et al. (2023) Synthesis of Lu-Labeled, Somatostatin-2 Receptor-Targeted Metalla-Assemblies: Challenges in the Design of Supramolecular Radiotherapeutics. Inorganic Chemistry
Scalcon V, Bonsignore R, Aupič J, et al. (2023) Exploring the Anticancer Activity of Tamoxifen-Based Metal Complexes Targeting Mitochondria. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry
Kumar NM, Gruhs P, Casini A, et al. (2023) Electrochemical Detection of Drugs via a Supramolecular Cucurbit[7]uril-Based Indicator Displacement Assay. Acs Sensors
Moreno-Alcántar G, Picchetti P, Casini A. (2023) Gold Complexes in Anticancer Therapy: From New Design Principles to Particle-Based Delivery Systems. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English). e202218000
Kaußler C, Wragg D, Schmidt C, et al. (2022) "Dynamical Docking" of Cyclic Dinuclear Au(I) Bis-N-heterocyclic Complexes Facilitates Their Binding to G-Quadruplexes. Inorganic Chemistry
Moreno-Alcántar G, Casini A. (2022) Bioinorganic Supramolecular Coordination Complexes and Their Biomedical Applications. Febs Letters
Schmidt C, Zollo M, Bonsignore R, et al. (2022) Competitive profiling of ligandable cysteines in with an organogold compound. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England). 58: 5526-5529
Meier-Menches S, Neuditschko B, Zappe K, et al. (2020) An organometallic gold(I) bis-N-heterocyclic carbene complex with multimodal activity in ovarian cancer cells. Chemistry (Weinheim An Der Bergstrasse, Germany)
Minori K, Rosa LB, Bonsignore R, et al. (2020) Comparing the antileishmanial activity of gold(I) and gold(III) compounds in L. amazonensis and L. braziliensisin vitro. Chemmedchem
Kaur G, Javed W, Ponomarenko O, et al. (2020) Human Red Blood Cell Uptake and Sequestration of Arsenite and Selenite: Evidence of Seleno-bis(S-glutathionyl) Arsinium Ion Formation in Human Cells. Biochemical Pharmacology. 114141
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