Paul Joseph Dyson
Paul Joseph Dyson
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TitleCited byYear
Bioorganometallic chemistry—from teaching paradigms to medicinal applications
CG Hartinger, PJ Dyson
Chemical Society Reviews 38 (2), 391-401, 2009
8262009
In vitro and in vivo evaluation of ruthenium (II)− arene PTA complexes
C Scolaro, A Bergamo, L Brescacin, R Delfino, M Cocchietto, G Laurenczy, ...
Journal of medicinal chemistry 48 (12), 4161-4171, 2005
7472005
KP1019, a new redox‐active anticancer agent–Preclinical development and results of a clinical phase I study in tumor patients
CG Hartinger, MA Jakupec, S Zorbas‐Seifried, M Groessl, A Egger, ...
Chemistry & biodiversity 5 (10), 2140-2155, 2008
6762008
Efficient dehydrogenation of formic acid using an iron catalyst
A Boddien, D Mellmann, F Gärtner, R Jackstell, H Junge, PJ Dyson, ...
Science 333 (6050), 1733-1736, 2011
5742011
Ruthenium in medicine: current clinical uses and future prospects
CS Allardyce, PJ Dyson
Platinum Metals Review 45 (2), 62-69, 2001
5572001
Why are ionic liquids liquid? A simple explanation based on lattice and solvation energies
I Krossing, JM Slattery, C Daguenet, PJ Dyson, A Oleinikova, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 128 (41), 13427-13434, 2006
5532006
A viable hydrogen‐storage system based on selective formic acid decomposition with a ruthenium catalyst
C Fellay, PJ Dyson, G Laurenczy
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 47 (21), 3966-3968, 2008
5142008
Metal-based antitumour drugs in the post genomic era
PJ Dyson, G Sava
Dalton Transactions, 1929-1933, 2006
4662006
Classical and non‐classical ruthenium‐based anticancer drugs: Towards targeted chemotherapy
W Han Ang, PJ Dyson
European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry 2006 (20), 4003-4018, 2006
4552006
Selective degradation of wood lignin over noble‐metal catalysts in a two‐step process
N Yan, C Zhao, PJ Dyson, C Wang, L Liu, Y Kou
ChemSusChem: Chemistry & Sustainability Energy & Materials 1 (7), 626-629, 2008
4372008
Challenges and opportunities in the development of organometallic anticancer drugs
CG Hartinger, N Metzler-Nolte, PJ Dyson
Organometallics 31 (16), 5677-5685, 2012
4312012
Targeted delivery and controlled release of doxorubicin to cancer cells using modified single wall carbon nanotubes
X Zhang, L Meng, Q Lu, Z Fei, PJ Dyson
Biomaterials 30 (30), 6041-6047, 2009
4302009
Nitrile-functionalized pyridinium ionic liquids: synthesis, characterization, and their application in carbon− carbon coupling reactions
D Zhao, Z Fei, TJ Geldbach, R Scopelliti, PJ Dyson
Journal of the American Chemical Society 126 (48), 15876-15882, 2004
4282004
From dysfunction to bis‐function: on the design and applications of functionalised ionic liquids
Z Fei, TJ Geldbach, D Zhao, PJ Dyson
Chemistry–A European Journal 12 (8), 2122-2130, 2006
3962006
A Well‐Defined Iron Catalyst for the Reduction of Bicarbonates and Carbon Dioxide to Formates, Alkyl Formates, and Formamides
C Federsel, A Boddien, R Jackstell, R Jennerjahn, PJ Dyson, R Scopelliti, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 49 (50), 9777-9780, 2010
3952010
The “Complex‐in‐a‐Complex” Cations [(acac)2M⊂Ru6(piPrC6H4Me)6(tpt)2(dhbq)3]6+: A Trojan Horse for Cancer Cells
B Therrien, G Süss‐Fink, P Govindaswamy, AK Renfrew, PJ Dyson
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 47 (20), 3773-3776, 2008
3822008
Development of organometallic (organo‐transition metal) pharmaceuticals
CS Allardyce, A Dorcier, C Scolaro, PJ Dyson
Applied organometallic chemistry 19 (1), 1-10, 2005
3462005
Direct synthesis of formic acid from carbon dioxide by hydrogenation in acidic media
S Moret, PJ Dyson, G Laurenczy
Nature communications 5, 4017, 2014
3342014
Organometallic ruthenium-based antitumor compounds with novel modes of action
WH Ang, A Casini, G Sava, PJ Dyson
Journal of Organometallic Chemistry 696 (5), 989-998, 2011
3182011
One-Step Conversion of Cellobiose to C6-Alcohols Using a Ruthenium Nanocluster Catalyst
N Yan, C Zhao, C Luo, PJ Dyson, H Liu, Y Kou
Journal of the American Chemical Society 128 (27), 8714-8715, 2006
2992006
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