Items where Author is " Kanizsai Iván"

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Madácsi Ramóna, Gyuris Márió, Wölfling János, Puskás László, Kanizsai Iván: Highly regioselective 4-hydroxy-1-methylpiperidine mediated aromatic nucleophilic substitution on a perfluorinated phthalimide core.
JOURNAL OF FLUORINE CHEMISTRY, (212). pp. 38-44. ISSN 0022-1139 (2018)

Angyal Anikó, Demjén András, Wéber Edit, Kovács Anita Kármen, Wölfling János, Puskás László, Kanizsai Iván: Lewis acid-catalyzed diastereoselective synthesis of multisubstituted N-acylaziridine-2-carboxamides from 2H-azirines via Joullié–Ugi three-component reaction.
The Journal of Organic Chemistry, (83) 7. pp. 3570-3581. ISSN 0022-3263 (2018)

Demjén András, Angyal Anikó, Wölfling János, Puskás László, Kanizsai Iván: One-pot synthesis of diverse N,N '-disubstituted guanidines from N-chlorophthalimide, isocyanides and amines via N-phthaloyl-guanidines.
ORGANIC & BIOMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY, (16) 12. pp. 2143-2149. ISSN 1477-0520 (2018)

Angyal Anikó, Demjén András, Wölfling János, Puskás László, Kanizsai Iván: A green, isocyanide-based three-component reaction approach for the synthesis of multisubstituted ureas and thioureas.
TETRAHEDRON LETTERS, (59) 1. pp. 54-57. ISSN 0040-4039 (2018)

Hackler László, Ózsvári Béla, Gyuris Márió, Sipos Péter, Fábián Gabriella, Molnár Eszter, Marton Annamária, Faragó Nóra, Mihály József, Nagy Lajos István, Szénási Tibor, Diron Andrea, Párducz Árpád, Kanizsai Iván, Puskás László G.: The Curcumin Analog C-150, Influencing NF-kappaB, UPR and Akt/Notch Pathways Has Potent Anticancer Activity In Vitro and In Vivo.
PLoS ONE, (11) 3. Terjedelem: 16 p.-Azonosító: e0149832. ISSN 1932-6203 (2016)

Korkmaz Sevil, Barnucz Enikő, Loganathan Sivakkanan, Li Shiliang, Radovits Tamás, Hegedűs Péter, Zubarevich Alina, Hirschberg Kristóf, Weymann Alexander, Puskás László G., Ózsvári Béla, Faragó Nóra, Kanizsai Iván, Fábián Gabriella, Gyuris Márió, Merkely Béla, Karck Matthias, Szabó Csaba, Szabó Gábor: Q50, an Iron-Chelating and Zinc-Complexing Agent, Improves Cardiac Function in Rat Models of Ischemia/Reperfusion-Induced Myocardial Injury.
CIRCULATION JOURNAL, (77) 7. pp. 1817-1826. ISSN 1346-9843 (2013)

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