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Research group of Prof. Dr. A. J. Minnaard

The mission of our research programme is the further development of the field of organic chemistry, in particular organic synthesis and catalysis, and its application in the study of biological phenomena.

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262. Ghanem, M., Dubé, J-Y., Wang, J., McIntosh, F., Houle, D., Domenech, P., Reed, M. B., Raman, S., Buter, J., Minnaard, A. J., Moody, D. B.,  Behr, M. A.  2020 ‘Heterologous Production of 1-Tuberculosinyladenosine in Mycobacterium kansasii Models Pathoevolution towards the Transcellular Lifestyle of Mycobacterium tuberculosis.’ mBio, vol. 11, no. 5, pp. 1-15.  Web

261. Uiterweerd, M. T., Santiago, I. N., van der Heul, H., van Wezel, G. P., Minnaard, A. J. 2020 ‘Iso-maleimycin, a Constitutional Isomer of Maleimycin, fromStreptomycessp. QL37.’ European Journal of Organic Chemistry, vol. 2020, no. 32, pp. 5145-5152. Web

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News from our lab

PhD ceremony Mira Holzheimer

Mira will defend her thesis titled: “On the Total Synthesis of Archaeal and Mycobacterial Natural Products” on the 5th of February…

SinterKerst 2020

Every year we have SinterKerst, with lots of games, gifts and pepernoten. This year we could not end the year…

PhD ceremony Steven Wan

Steven will defend his thesis titled: "Novel methods towards rare sugars based on site-selective chemistry" on the 5th of January at 11:00.…

CHAINS 2020- Online

Our group member Ruben Andringa presented his poster "Total synthesis of macrocyclic archaeal lipids and mycoketide" this year online at…

Prof. Minnaard and Dr. Buter have been awarded first NWO ENW Team Science Award

Prof. Minnaard and Dr. Buter (UG, Stratingh Institute ), together with Dr. van Rhijn (University of Utrecht) and Prof. Moody (Harvard),…

The synthesis and immunogenicity of M. tuberculosis born diacyl trehaloses

Mira Holzheimer together with Frederiek Reijneveld and collaborators from Boston and Groningen have published their results on the synthesis and…