Michael John Hannon

University of Birmingham (UK) 
Bioinorganic chemistry; metallo-drugs; metals in medicine; supramolecular chemistry
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Craig JS, Melidis L, Williams HD, et al. (2023) Organometallic Pillarplexes That Bind DNA 4-Way Holliday Junctions and Forks. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Hooper CAJ, Cardo L, Craig JS, et al. (2020) Rotaxanating Metallo-supramolecular Nano-cylinder Helicates to Switch DNA Junction Binding. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Silva DES, Becceneri AB, Santiago JVB, et al. (2020) Silver(I) complexes of 3-methoxy-4-hydroxybenzaldehyde thiosemicarbazones and triphenylphosphine: structural, cytotoxicity, and apoptotic studies. Dalton Transactions (Cambridge, England : 2003)
Scarpantonio L, Cotton SA, Del Giorgio E, et al. (2020) A luminescent europium hairpin for DNA photosensing in the visible, based on trimetallic bis-intercalators. Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry. 209: 111119
Caballero AB, Cardo L, Claire S, et al. (2019) Assisted delivery of anti-tumour platinum drugs using DNA-coiling gold nanoparticles bearing lumophores and intercalators: towards a new generation of multimodal nanocarriers with enhanced action. Chemical Science. 10: 9244-9256
Cardo L, Nawroth I, Cail PJ, et al. (2018) Metallo supramolecular cylinders inhibit HIV-1 TAR-TAT complex formation and viral replication in cellulo. Scientific Reports. 8: 13342
King SM, Claire S, Teixeira RI, et al. (2018) Iridium nanoparticles for multichannel luminescence lifetime imaging, mapping localization in live cancer cells. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Cardo L, Hannon MJ. (2018) Non-covalent Metallo-Drugs: Using Shape to Target DNA and RNA Junctions and Other Nucleic Acid Structures. Metal Ions in Life Sciences. 18
Malina J, Hannon MJ, Brabec V. (2016) Iron(II) supramolecular helicates interfere with the HIV-1 Tat-TAR RNA interaction critical for viral replication. Scientific Reports. 6: 29674
Malina J, Hannon MJ, Brabec V. (2015) Iron(II) supramolecular helicates condense plasmid DNA and inhibit vital DNA-related enzymatic activities. Chemistry (Weinheim An Der Bergstrasse, Germany). 21: 11189-95
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