Flavio Grynszpan
Flavio Grynszpan
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Click chemistry in situ: acetylcholinesterase as a reaction vessel for the selective assembly of a femtomolar inhibitor from an array of building blocks
WG Lewis, LG Green, F Grynszpan, Z Radić, PR Carlier, P Taylor, ...
Angewandte Chemie 114 (6), 1095-1099, 2002
An efficient sol− gel reactor for antibody-catalyzed transformations
D Shabat, F Grynszpan, S Saphier, A Turniansky, D Avnir, E Keinan
Chemistry of materials 9 (11), 2258-2260, 1997
Alkanediyl bridged calix [4] arenes: Synthesis, conformational analysis, and rotational barriers
SE Biali, V Böhmer, S Cohen, G Ferguson, C Grüttner, F Grynszpan, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 118 (51), 12938-12949, 1996
Partially hydroxyl depleted calix [4] arenes
F Grynszpan, Z Goren, SE Biali
The Journal of Organic Chemistry 56 (2), 532-536, 1991
Preparation, stereochemistry, and reactions of the bis (spirodienone) derivatives of p-tert-butylcalix [4] arene
AM Litwak, F Grynszpan, O Aleksiuk, S Cohen, SE Biali
The Journal of Organic Chemistry 58 (2), 393-402, 1993
Cyclization and reductive cleavage of monospirodienone calix [4] arene derivatives. Trihydroxy-p-tert-butylcalix [4] arene revisited
F Grynszpan, O Aleksiuk, SE Biali
The Journal of Organic Chemistry 59 (8), 2070-2074, 1994
Preparation, structure and stereodynamics of phosphorus-bridged calixarenes
O Aleksiuk, F Grynszpan, SE Biali
Journal of inclusion phenomena and molecular recognition in chemistry 19 (1 …, 1994
Calix [4] arenes with alkylidene bridges, synthesis and conformational properties
C Grüttner, V Böhmer, W Vogt, I Thondorf, SE Biali, F Grynszpan
Tetrahedron letters 35 (34), 6267-6270, 1994
Spirodienone route for aminodehydroxylation: monoaminotrihydroxy-p-tert-butylcalix [4] arene
O Aleksiuk, F Grynszpan, SE Biali
The Journal of Organic Chemistry 58 (8), 1994-1996, 1993
F. Paulus, E.; Thondorf, I
I Columbus, G Ferguson, C Gruttner, F Grynszpan
J. Chem. Soc., Perkin Trans 2, 2261, 1998
Automated Docking with Protein Flexibility in the Design of Femtomolar “Click Chemistry” Inhibitors of Acetylcholinesterase
FG G.M. Morris, L.G. Green, Z. Radić, P. Taylor, K.B. Sharpless, A.J. Olson
J. Chem. Inf. Model. 53 (4), 898–906, 2013
Phosphorus polybridged calixarenes
F Grynszpan, O Aleksiuk, SE Biali
Journal of the Chemical Society, Chemical Communications, 13-16, 1993
Using antibodies to perturb the coordination sphere of a transition metal complex
P Ghosh, D Shabat, S Kumar, SC Sinha, F Grynszpan, J Li, L Noodleman, ...
Nature 382 (6589), 339-341, 1996
Proximal intraannular modifications of calix [4] arene via its spirodienone derivative
O Aleksiuk, F Grynszpan, SE Biali
Journal of the Chemical Society, Chemical Communications, 11-13, 1993
Solution conformation and inversion barrier in p-tert-butyl-25, 27-dihydroxycalix [4] arene
F Grynszpan, SE Biali
Tetrahedron letters 32 (38), 5155-5158, 1991
Model of the αLβ2 integrin I‐domain/ICAM‐1 DI interface suggests that subtle changes in loop orientation determine ligand specificity
GB Legge, GM Morris, MF Sanner, Y Takada, AJ Olson, F Grynszpan
Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics 48 (2), 151-160, 2002
NMR diffusion coefficients of p-tert-butylcalix [n] arene systems
O Mayzel, O Aleksiuk, F Grynszpan, SE Biali, Y Cohen
Journal of the Chemical Society, Chemical Communications, 1183-1184, 1995
Mutants of 4‐Oxalocrotonate Tautomerase Catalyze the Decarboxylation of Oxaloacetate through an Imine Mechanism
A Brik, LJ D'Souza, E Keinan, F Grynszpan, PE Dawson
ChemBioChem 3 (9), 845-851, 2002
Multiple reactive immunization towards the hydrolysis of organophosphorus nerve agents: hapten design and synthesis
H Huang, WG Han, L Noodleman, F Grynszpan
Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry 9 (12), 3185-3195, 2001
Conformation and stereodynamics of monodioxamethylene calix [4] arene derivatives
J Wöhnert, J Brenn, M Stoldt, O Aleksiuk, F Grynszpan, I Thondorf, ...
The Journal of Organic Chemistry 63 (12), 3866-3874, 1998
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