Roberto Quesada, PhD

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Chemistry University of Burgos 
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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
Pérez-Hernández M, Arias A, Martínez-García D, et al. (2019) Targeting Autophagy for Cancer Treatment and Tumor Chemosensitization. Cancers. 11
Martínez-García D, Pérez-Hernández M, Korrodi-Gregório L, et al. (2019) The Natural-Based Antitumor Compound T21 Decreases Survivin Levels through Potent STAT3 Inhibition in Lung Cancer Models. Biomolecules. 9
Hernando E, Capurro V, Cossu C, et al. (2018) Small molecule anionophores promote transmembrane anion permeation matching CFTR activity. Scientific Reports. 8: 2608
Gale PA, Davis JT, Quesada R. (2017) Anion transport and supramolecular medicinal chemistry. Chemical Society Reviews
Knight NJ, Hernando E, Haynes CJE, et al. (2016) QSAR analysis of substituent effects on tambjamine anion transporters. Chemical Science. 7: 1600-1608
Rodilla AM, Korrodi-Gregório L, Hernando E, et al. (2016) Synthetic tambjamine analogues induce mitochondrial swelling and lysosomal dysfunction leading to autophagy blockade and necrotic cell death in lung cancer. Biochemical Pharmacology
Soto-Cerrato V, Manuel-Manresa P, Hernando E, et al. (2015) Facilitated Anion Transport Induces Hyperpolarization of the Cell Membrane that Triggers Differentiation and Cell Death in Cancer Stem Cells. Journal of the American Chemical Society
González-Mendoza L, Altava B, Burguete MI, et al. (2015) Bis(imidazolium) salts derived from amino acids as receptors and transport agents for chloride anions Rsc Advances. 5: 34415-34423
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