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Project Description

Vanadium Project at University of Michigan
Vanadium has been found to play a number of roles in biological systems. It is present in certain vanadium dependent haloperoxidase and nitrogenase enzymes. Many sea squirts accumulate vanadium in ver...

Yeast as a cell factory for organoselenium compounds
The project will map, engineer and optimise the metabolic routes in yeast leading to the target selenium compounds. The selenium compounds produced be the various strain modifications of yeasts will b...



Research Group

Australia: University of Sydney: Group of Peter A. Lay
Areas of Interest Cr- and Ni-induced cancers Vanadium and Cr(III) anti-diabetic drugs Ruthenium and gallium anti-...

Australia: University of Western Sydney: Biologically Active Drugs by Design Group
Aldrich-Wright Group;  Keywords: anticancer, metallointercalators, biological activity, NMR, platinumWithin our group we have developed new types of metallodrugs, which bind to DNA by vari...

Austria: University of Graz, IfC, Environmental and Trace Element Analysis
Forschungsschwerpunkte - Arbeitsgruppe USA Our major research area is the development of methods of trace element analysis and speciation analysis (the determination of chemic...

Austria: University of Vienna: Institute of Inorganic Chemistry: Working group of B. Keppler
Bioinorganic Chemistryand Medicinal Chemistry, Synthetic Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Bioanalytics as well as Cell BiologyResponsible: Bernhard Keppler together with Vladimir Arion, Markus Galansk...

Belgium: Atomic and Mass Spectrometry Workgroup at the University of Gent

Bioaccessibility Research Canada (BARC)
BARC is a Canadian working group that brings together the university, industry, government, and risk assessment communities to study inorganic and organic contaminant bioaccessibility in soils...

Biodiversity Research Institute: Center for Mercury Studies
BRI has been actively working with an expansive network of mercury scientists around the world to develop plans for an effective national mercury monitoring network. To that end, the Institute has d...

Canada: University of Alberta, Dr. Chris Le Group on Environmental Health Sciences
Chemical Speciation of Trace Elements in Environmental and Biological SystemsChemical speciation studies are essential to an understanding of toxicity and bioavailability of the element in the environ...

CODA-CERVA: Cadmium
CODA-CERVA is the Belgian National Reference laboratory (NRL) for the determination of trace elements in food and animal feed.  The major route of cadmium intake by non-smokers is through the ing...

CODA-CERVA: Mercury
CODA-CERVA is the Belgian National Reference laboratory (NRL) for the determination of trace elements in food and animal feed. Nonoccupational sources of exposure to mercury include food (methylmercur...

Denmark: McKenzie Group: Bioinorganic Chemistry & Nanobioscience
Inspired by the way in which living organisms utilise the unique chemical and physical properties of the transition metal ions in metalloenzymes, gene regulation, homeostasis and much more, we design ...

Denmark: Working group at the Danish University of Pharmaceutical Science
Elemental speciation analysis in biological materials – hyphenated techniques Development of analytical techniques capable of providing information on the identity and quantity of hetero-atom-c...

France: GEIST - Research Group on Water, Soil and the Environment (GRESE)
The Research Group on Water, Soil and the Environment federates 25 permanent researchers and 20 PhD students in the field of Environmental Sciences, including analytical chemistry, engineering science...

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