Nathalie Busschaert, Ph.D.

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Chemistry Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, United States 
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Leigh JS, Hiscock JR, Koops S, et al. (2022) Managing research throughout COVID-19: Lived experiences of supramolecular chemists. Chem. 8: 299-311
Park SH, Park SH, Howe ENW, et al. (2019) Determinants of Ion-Transporter Cancer Cell Death. Chem. 5: 2079-2098
Li H, Valkenier H, Thorne AG, et al. (2019) Anion carriers as potential treatments for cystic fibrosis: transport in cystic fibrosis cells, and additivity to channel-targeting drugs. Chemical Science. 10: 9663-9672
Zhang S, Wang Y, Xie W, et al. (2019) Author Correction: Squaramide-based synthetic chloride transporters activate TFEB but block autophagic flux. Cell Death & Disease. 10: 301
Spooner MJ, Li H, Marques I, et al. (2019) Fluorinated synthetic anion carriers: experimental and computational insights into transmembrane chloride transport. Chemical Science. 10: 1976-1985
Zhang S, Wang Y, Xie W, et al. (2019) Squaramide-based synthetic chloride transporters activate TFEB but block autophagic flux. Cell Death & Disease. 10: 242
Park S, Park S, Howe EN, et al. (2019) Determinants of Ion-Transporter Cancer Cell Death Chem. 5: 2079-2098
Marques I, Costa PMR, Q Miranda M, et al. (2018) Full elucidation of the transmembrane anion transport mechanism of squaramides using in silico investigations. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics : Pccp
Jowett L, Howe E, Wu X, et al. (2018) New insights into the anion transport selectivity and mechanism of tren-based tris-(thio)ureas. Chemistry (Weinheim An Der Bergstrasse, Germany)
Cheung S, Wu D, Daly HC, et al. (2018) Real-Time Recording of the Cellular Effects of the Anion Transporter Prodigiosin Chem. 4: 879-895
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