Jarek Malina

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Institute of Biophysics Brno 
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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
Navas F, Perfahl S, Garino C, et al. (2015) Increasing DNA reactivity and in vitro antitumor activity of trans diiodido Pt(II) complexes with UVA light. Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry. 153: 211-8
Malina J, Scott P, Brabec V. (2015) Recognition of DNA/RNA bulges by antimicrobial and antitumor metallohelices. Dalton Transactions (Cambridge, England : 2003). 44: 14656-65
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
Malina J, Scott P, Brabec V. (2015) Shape-selective recognition of DNA abasic sites by metallohelices: inhibition of human AP endonuclease 1. Nucleic Acids Research. 43: 5297-306
Malina J, Farrell NP, Brabec V. (2014) Substitution-inert trinuclear platinum complexes efficiently condense/aggregate nucleic acids and inhibit enzymatic activity. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English). 53: 12812-6
Malina J, Brabec V. (2014) Thermodynamic impact of abasic sites on simulated translesion DNA synthesis. Chemistry (Weinheim An Der Bergstrasse, Germany). 20: 7566-70
Malina J, Farrell NP, Brabec V. (2014) DNA condensing effects and sequence selectivity of DNA binding of antitumor noncovalent polynuclear platinum complexes. Inorganic Chemistry. 53: 1662-71
Malina J, Hannon MJ, Brabec V. (2014) Recognition of DNA bulges by dinuclear iron(II) metallosupramolecular helicates. The Febs Journal. 281: 987-97
Malina J, Natile G, Brabec V. (2013) Spontaneous translocation of antitumor oxaliplatin, its enantiomeric analogue, and Cisplatin from one strand to another in double-helical DNA. Chemistry (Weinheim An Der Bergstrasse, Germany). 19: 11984-91
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