Our article "Metal-Free, Hydroacylation of C=C and N=N bonds via aerobic C-H activation of aldehydes, and reaction of the products thereof" in Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry has been highlighted in Wiley-VCH's ChemInform Abstracts.
Check out the Caddick Research Group Blog for a review of our publications in 2013.
We have already had a number of papers accepted and published in 2014 including: "Regioselective and stoichiometrically controlled conjugation of photodynamic sensitizers to a HER2 targeting antibody fragment" in Bioconjugate Chemistry, "Optical control of trimeric P2X receptors and acid-sensing ion channels" in PNAS and "Acyl hydrazides as acyl donors for the synthesis of diaryl and aryl alkyl ketones" in Chemical Communications, check out are publication pages for more information.
The Caddick laboratory has a wide range of research interests cutting across synthetic organic chemistry, organometallic chemistry, medicinal chemistry, chemical biology and drug discovery. We have a multi-disciplinary laboratory of around 12 researchers with skills in molecular / cell biology, bioinformatics and synthetic chemistry, with considerable industry links. Our research interests can be divided into four broad areas of activity.
- Discovery research and innovation in organic synthesis
- Development of small molecule tools for applications in biology
- Synthetic protein chemistry and chemical mutagenesis
- ThioLogics – Delivering Homogeneous Protein Modification
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