Jeffrey B. Arterburn

1990 University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 
 1992- Chemistry and Biochemistry New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM, United States 
small molecular probes, imaging agents, anticancer and antiviral drugs.
"Jeffrey B. Arterburn"
Jeffrey B. Arterburn (right), born in Denver, Colorado (USA) in 1962, completed his Ph.D. in organic chemistry in 1990 at the University of Arizona, Tucson under the direction of E.A. Mash. He conducted postdoctoral research in organometallic chemistry at the ETH Zurich with Prof. D. Seebach, and the University of Washington with Prof. J. M. Mayer. He has been a faculty member in the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry at New Mexico State University since 1992, where he holds the rank of Professor, and serves as the Director of the New Mexico IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Program.

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Eugene Arthur Mash grad student 1990 University of Arizona
 (Studies in asymmetric synthesis: Diastereoselective manipulation of chromatographically resolved pyranosides for the syntheses of natural products.)
Dieter Seebach post-doc 1991 ETH Zürich
James M. Mayer post-doc 1991-1992 University of Washington
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Scroggs SLP, Gass JT, Chinnasamy R, et al. (2020) Evolution of resistance to fluoroquinolones by dengue virus serotype 4 provides insight into mechanism of action and consequences for viral fitness. Virology. 552: 94-106
Scroggs SLP, Andrade CC, Chinnasamy R, et al. (2020) Old Drugs with New Tricks: Efficacy of Fluoroquinolones to Suppress Replication of Flaviviruses. Viruses. 12
Sapkota RR, Jarvis JM, Schaub TM, et al. (2019) Bimolecular Cross-Metathesis of a Tetrasubstituted Alkene with Allylic Sulfones. Chemistryopen. 8: 201-205
Mash EA, Arterburn JB, Nimkar SK. (1992) Synthesis of a mevinic acid lactone precursor Journal of Carbohydrate Chemistry. 11: 415-424
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