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pdf PHA 6356 Structure Determination Complex Natural Products_Spring 2023

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Course Number PHA 6356 Course Title Structure Determination of Complex Natural Products Instructor Ranjala Ratnayake, Ph.D.; HSC P5-27, 627-9220; rratnayake

pdf PHA 6467C Drug Design II_Spring 2023

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13-17 Spring break – NO CLASS 20 Peptide drugs Aldrich (CG-056) 22 Natural product Ranjala (CG-056) 24 High-throughput screening Ranjala (CG-056) 27 Target

Qi-Yin Chen , Ph.D.

Research Associate Professor

Qi-Yin Chen, Ph.D., serves as a research associate professor in Dr. Hendrik Luesch’s group in the department of Medicinal Chemist…

Marine Natural Products Drug Discovery and Development

https://mc.pharmacy.ufl.edu/research/faculty-research-areas/marine-natural-products-drug-discovery-and-development/

, identification and structure determination of bioactive small molecules with a focus on marine natural products, studies toward their mechanism of action, chemical synthesis and drug

Discovery of Bioactive Marine Natural Products

https://mc.pharmacy.ufl.edu/research/faculty-research-areas/marine-natural-products-drug-discovery-and-development/discovery-of-bioactive-marine-natural-products/

Approximately half of all current drugs are derived from natural products, demonstrating their potential for drug discovery. The structural diversity and biological activity

Dr. Hendrik Luesch appointed to Natural Product Reports’ editorial board

http://mc.pharmacy.ufl.edu/2018/01/18/dr-hendrik-luesch-appointed-to-natural-product-reports-editorial-board/

Natural Product Reports is the Royal Society of Chemistry’s journal for publication of reviews in all areas of natural products chemistry, including biosynthesis, chemical biology, pharmacology and organic synthesis.

Target Identification and Mode of Action Studies

https://mc.pharmacy.ufl.edu/research/faculty-research-areas/marine-natural-products-drug-discovery-and-development/target-identification-and-mode-of-action-studies/

of compound available for characterization studies is an additional fundamental concern in natural products drug discovery, particularly if the structural complexity precludes