Roberto Quesada, PhD

Chemistry University of Burgos 
"Roberto Quesada"
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Scorciapino MA, Picci G, Quesada R, et al. (2022) A Simulation Model for the Non-Electrogenic Uniport Carrier-Assisted Transport of Ions across Lipid Membranes. Membranes. 12
Pomorski R, García-Valverde M, Quesada R, et al. (2021) Transmembrane anion transport promoted by thioamides. Rsc Advances. 11: 12249-12253
Valls A, Altava B, Aseyev V, et al. (2021) Structure-antitumor activity relationships of tripodal imidazolium-amino acid based salts. Effect of the nature of the amino acid, amide substitution and anion. Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry. 19: 10575-10586
Picci G, Kubicki M, Garau A, et al. (2020) Simple squaramide receptors for highly efficient anion binding in aqueous media and transmembrane transport. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England)
Davis JT, Gale PA, Quesada R. (2020) Advances in anion transport and supramolecular medicinal chemistry. Chemical Society Reviews
Gianotti A, Capurro V, Delpiano L, et al. (2020) Small Molecule Anion Carriers Correct Abnormal Airway Surface Liquid Properties in Cystic Fibrosis Airway Epithelia. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 21
Carreira-Barral I, Mielczarek M, Alonso-Carrillo D, et al. (2020) Click-tambjamines as efficient and tunable bioactive anion transporters. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England)
Picci G, Carreira-Barral I, Alonso-Carrillo D, et al. (2020) Simple isophthalamides/dipicolineamides as active transmembrane anion transporters Supramolecular Chemistry. 32: 112-118
Quesada R, Dutzler R. (2019) Alternative chloride transport pathways as pharmacological targets for the treatment of cystic fibrosis. Journal of Cystic Fibrosis : Official Journal of the European Cystic Fibrosis Society
Carreira-Barral I, Rumbo C, Mielczarek M, et al. (2019) Small molecule anion transporters display in vitro antimicrobial activity against clinically relevant bacterial strains. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England)
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