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Ruthenium-based caging of nitrile-containing enzyme inhibitors
Technology Summary: Novel synthesis methods for caging nitrile-containing bioactive molecules to a non-toxic ruthenium metal complex have been developed which enable light activated release of a cathespin K inhibitor. Numerous potent and selective cathepsin inhibitors are being developed as drug candidates. Cysteine cathepsins are involved in the p...
Published: 4/29/2013   |   Inventor(s): Jeremy Kodanko, Claudia Turro
Keywords(s): Cancer, Pharmaceuticals
Category(s): Chemicals, Drug Delivery, Life Science, Physical Sciences, Other
First Row Transition Metal Diazadiene Film Growth Precursors
Technology Overview Wayne State University researchers have developed a new class of thermally stable, volatile transition chemical compounds that have desirable properties for the growth of thin films of transition metal-containing materials. These novel film precursors have high potential for use in the growth of thin films by chemical vap...
Published: 5/2/2011   |   Inventor(s): Charles Winter, Thomas Knisley
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Category(s): Chemicals, Materials, Other, Physical Sciences, Thin films
Development of TiO2 Anatase Thin Films Grown by Pulsed DC Magnetron Reactive Sputtering for Device Applications
WSU researchers have developed a novel procedure for creating Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) thin films using anatase material. Procedure uses TiO2 thin film with single phase a textured material and reproducible with different thickness on amorphous and crystalline substrates. Anatase is attracting much interest for its unique properties and has valuable...
Published: 5/11/2010   |   Inventor(s): Ibrahim Al-Houmoudi, Golam Newaz, Gregory Auner, Ratna Naik
Keywords(s): Anti Reflection, Sensors
Category(s): Chemicals, Materials, Thin films, Physical Sciences, Sensors, Industrial & Manufacturing, Other
Volatile Thermally Stable Transition Metal Precursors for Thin Film Growth
Wayne State researchers have developed a new class of thermally stable, volatile transition chemical compounds that have desirable properties for the growth of thin films of transition metal-containing materials by atomic layer deposition and chemical vapor deposition.Commercial Applications ? Microelectronic devices o Automotive applicatio...
Published: 4/23/2010   |   Inventor(s): Charles Winter, Mahesh Karunrathne
Keywords(s): Batteries, Coatings, Electronics
Category(s): Materials, Chemicals, Other, Physical Sciences, Thin films