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Department of Chemistry
The University of Missouri-Columbia
Chemistry 410 - Winter Semester '97
Prof. Rainer Glaser
Day and Time: Mondays at 11:40 unless otherwise indicated
Room: Chemistry Building Room 50
Dr. John J. Tanner,
University of Houston,
Host: Prof. Tipton
Structural Determinants of Enzyme Thermostability
Dr. Lesa J. Beamer,
Mol. Biol. Inst.,
UCLA, Host: Prof. Tipton
Crystal Structure of BPI, the Human Bactericidal / Permeability-Increasing Protein
|February 17||Prof. Boris V. Spitsyn, Russian Academy of
Sciences, Inst. Phys. Chem.
Chemical Inroads to Synthesis and Doping of Diamond.
Prof. David Berkowitz,
University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Exploring the Organic/Enzymatic Interface: Synthesis and Properties of Unnatural Amino Acids and Lignans.
|March 3||Prof. Peter Toogood,
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
(Host: Prof. Gates) |
Chemistry and Biology of Cyclic Peptide Natural Products.
|March 10||No Seminar, Spring Break|
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
(Host: Prof. Gates)
Proteins: From Catalysis to Cancer and Beyond
|March 31||Wenge Cui, Graduate Student, MU, 2nd-Year
Total Synthesis of Dynemicin A and Development of a Bioreductively Activated Enediyne Pro-Drug.
|April 7||Wanhong Wu, Graduate Student, MU, 2nd-Year
Oxygenophilic Organoaluminium as Lewis Acid in Selective Organic Synthesis
Prof. Lee Brammer,
University of Missouri, St. Louis
Hydrogen Bonds in Organometallic Chemistry: Direct and Indirect Involvement of Transition Metal Centers.
|April 21||Wen Jiang, Graduate Student, MU,
2nd-Year Literature Seminar
Cyclic Tandem Reactions Involving Carbopalladation
|April 28||Hong Zang, Graduate Student, MU, 2nd Year
CC-1065 and the Duocarmycins: Understanding Their Biological Function Through Mechanistic Studies.
|Prof. Kathleen Kilway,
University of Missouri,
Experimental and Theoretical Investigations of the Stabilization of the Ferrocenyl Moiety towards alpha-Carbanions and Carbocations.
|Dr. habil. Jens Wolff,
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Push-Pull Arenes - What Symmetry Does To Their Structures and Non-Linear Optical Properties
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