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Al Dott. Gianluca Casotti il premio C.I.N.M.P.I.S. per la miglior Tesi di dottorato 2022

Al Dott. Gianluca Casotti il premio  C.I.N.M.P.I.S. per la miglior Tesi di dottorato 2022

Il Dott. Gianluca Casotti, attualmente assegnista di ricerca presso i laboratori Molecolab/SoS&PePsy del nostro dipartimento DCCI, è stato premiato dal C.I.N.M.P.I.S., Consorzio Interuniversitario Nazionale di ricerca in Metodologie e Processi...

Bando per il 38° ciclo - Call for 38th cycle

Bando per il 38° ciclo - Call for 38th cycle

Il bando per il 38° ciclo del Dottorato è stato pubblicato sul sito UNIPI https://dottorato.unipi.it/index.php/it/concorsi-d-ammissione-a-a-2022-2023/item/667.html con scadenza 8 Agosto.The call for the 38th cycle of the PhD has been published...

Il Dott. Gianluca Casotti premiato per la sua Tesi di Dottorato

Il Dott. Gianluca Casotti premiato per la sua Tesi di Dottorato

Congratulazioni al Dott. Gianluca Casotti, vincitore del Premio Miglior Tesi di Ateneo per il settore Scienze Chimiche, Scienze Biologiche, Scienze Agrarie e Scienze del Farmaco. La tesi “New protocols for...

 

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biodiesel biomass catalysisGiant reed (Arundo donax L.) is a promising source of carbohydrates that can be converted into single cell oil (SCO) by oleaginous yeasts. Microbial conversion of both hemicellulose and cellulose fractions represents the key step for increasing the economic sustainability for SCO production. Lipomyces starkeyi DSM 70296 was cultivated in two xylose-rich hydrolysates, obtained by the microwave-assisted hydrolysis of hemicellulose catalysed by FeCl3 or Amberlyst-70, and in two glucose-rich hydrolysates obtained by the enzymatic hydrolysis of cellulose.

computational ocpCongratulation to our PhD Mattia Bondanza for his publication on JACS "Molecular Mechanisms of Activation in the Orange Carotenoid Protein Revealed by Molecular Dynamics". We reveal, for the first time, by simulating at the atomistic level the whole dynamics of the complex through an effective combination of enhanced sampling techniques, the molecular mechanism that lead to the structural rearrangement of OCP after the photochemical event.

multiscale qmm polarizableCongratulation to our PhD student Michele Nottoli for his publication: "General formulation of polarizable embedding models and of their coupling". In this work, we propose a general formalism for polarizable embedding models that can be applied to either continuum or atomistic polarizable models. After deriving such a formalism for both variational and non-variational models, we address the problem of coupling two polarizable models among themselves and to a quantum mechanical (QM) description in the spirit of multiscale quantum chemistry.

biofilm electrochemistryCongratulations to our Ph.D. students Noemi Poma, Federico Vivaldi and Andrea Bonini, from the Chemistry Lab for Analytical Technologies and Sensors (CATS), for their recent review entitled "Microbial biofilm monitoring by electrochemical transduction methods". The negative impact associated to biofilm development in both the industry and the human health, demands the development of strategies for the in situ and early detection of biofilm formation.

enantioselective organozincStabilised arylzinc iodide, prepared by direct insertion of zinc into aryl iodides, were used as nucleophiles in the Hayashi Rh‐catalysed enantioselective conjugate addition to enones. The reaction conditions were optimized in the addition of phenylzinc iodide to 2‐cyclohexen‐1‐one, obtaining good yields and 99% ee of the addition product. The general applicability of the protocol was checked using different arylzinc iodides and enones. Organometallic reagents endowed with both halogen and electrophilic groups were also successfully used.

protein fluorescence ligandsProtein binding heavily modulates drug activity. Therefore, the binding features need to be elucidated when chemistry researchers study new molecules to be used as drugs. This short review concerns the analysis of the binding of small molecules to a fluorescent protein (the golden standard serum albumin) by using direct fluorescence titrations. This widely used technique is valuable, but often much more tricky than it might appear at first sight. We aim to share a mechanistic approach, discussing the critical aspects for correctly designing the experiments and treating the data.

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