Xavier Ariza, Ph.D.
|1996-||Organic Chemistry||Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, Cataluña, Spain|
Area:Synthetic methodology, Organic synthesis, Organometallic chemistry
Xavier Ariza was born in Barcelona (1966). He studied Chemistry (1989) at the University of Barcelona (UB) and obtained his PhD degree (1995) for studies on nucleoside chemistry at the same university. He also worked at ETH-Zürich (1993) and at Stanford University (1996-1997), in the area of asymmetric synthesis and organometallic chemistry. Since 2001 he has been Associate Professor at the Organic Chemistry Section in the Chemistry School at the University of Barcelona, located at the Barcelona Knowledge Campus (BKC). Recently, he became member of the Institute of Biomedicine of the University of Barcelona (IBUB) in the group "Synthetic Methodology Applied to Bioactive Compounds" (SMBioCom).
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|Bilbille Y, Vendeix FA, Guenther R, et al. (2009) The structure of the human tRNALys3 anticodon bound to the HIV genome is stabilized by modified nucleosides and adjacent mismatch base pairs. Nucleic Acids Research. 37: 3342-53|
|Jensen SS, Ariza X, Nielsen P, et al. (2007) Collision-induced dissociation of cytidine and its derivatives. Journal of Mass Spectrometry : Jms. 42: 49-57|
|Terrazas M, Ariza X, Vilarrasa J. (2006) [N,1-(15)N2]-2'-deoxyadenosines. Organic Letters. 7: 2477-9|
|Terrazas M, Ariza X, Farràs J, et al. (2005) A novel nucleophilic approach to 1-alkyladenosines. A two-step synthesis of [1-15N]adenosine from inosine. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England). 3968-70|
|Terrazas M, Ariza X, Farràs J, et al. (2004) A direct, efficient method for the preparation of n6-protected 15n-labeled adenosines. The Journal of Organic Chemistry. 69: 5473-5|