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2046-2069

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  • Interrelated shape memory and Payne effect in polyurethane/graphene oxide nanocomposites
    Publication
    • D. Ponnamma
    • K. K. Sadasivuni
    • M. Strankowski
    • P. Moldenaers
    • S. Thomas
    • Y. Grohens

    - RSC Advances - Year 2013

    We report the fabrication of graphene oxide (GO) based polyurethane (PU) nanocomposites by a simple method of mixing and their shape memory properties at different temperatures. Both the polymer and the filler were synthesized in the laboratory by simple and easy methods – PU by pre-polymer method and GO by improved graphene oxide synthesis method. High molecular level dispersion of GO platelets within the PU matrix and thus good...

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  • New clicked full agonists of the estrogen receptor β
    Publication
    • S. Demkowicz
    • K. Filipiak
    • M. Maslyk
    • J. Ciepielski
    • S. de Pascual-Teresa
    • S. Martín-Santamaría
    • B. De Pascual-Teresa
    • A. Ramos

    - RSC Advances - Year 2013

    A click chemistry approach was used to synthesize a series of 1,4-diaryl-substituted 1,2,3-triazoles designed to behave as estrogen receptor (ER) ligands. We studied their affinities for both receptors α and β, their agonist activities in a cell-based luciferase reporter assay and their effect on the proliferation of the hormone-dependent MCF-7 cell line. We found two compounds (3a and 3c) that behave as selective full agonists...

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