PhD in Fundamental Environmental Chemistry

2019/2020

Quality assurance

The UDC International Doctoral School (EIDUDC) is subject to an Internal Quality Assurance System (IQAS) which governs all UDC PhD programmes ratified by Royal Decree-Law 99/2011, in compliance with EU Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the EHEA. For more information, see documentation relating to the UDC International Doctoral School Internal Quality Assurance System (Regulations for the implementation and administration of the International Doctoral School SGIC for UDC PhD programmes ratified under RD 99/2011; International Doctoral School IQAS Manual; International Doctoral School IQASProcedures).

Guidelines for the monitoring and supervision of the student learning process and outcomes are established in the IQAS Procedures document. The bodies and mechanisms responsible for the coordination, evaluation and continuous improvement of the programme of study are as follows:

Academic Committee for PhD Programmes (CAPD): university body responsible for the academic coordination of PhD programmes and academic decisions regarding PhD degree and degree candidates. The CAPD establishes the guidelines and procedures for the programme coordinator and all individuals involved in the degree. A UDC coordinator is appointed for all UDC PhD programmes ratified under RD 99/2011, including inter-university programmes operated by partner universities.

EIDUDC Quality Assurance Committee (CGC): body responsible for formulating and monitoring the SGIC and PhD degree programmes. The CGC also fulfils an internal communication role within the EIDUDC in relation to its objectives, plans, programmes and responsibilities. An annual monitoring report is produced by the EIDUDC Permanent Committee, acting in the name of the CGC.

Learning outcomes

The International Doctoral School IQAS sets out the standards and indicators applied by Academic Committees in relation to UDC PhD programmes for the measurement and analysis of learning outcomes and academic standards.

These indicators include the number of doctoral theses defended, ‘International Doctorate’ certifications awarded, PhDs completed within the published time scale (3-4 years), PhDs awarded and PhDs abandoned, in addition to the average timescale for completion of the degree.

Quality assurance

To ensure that the title is developed in accordance with the verification report presented the center conducts an annual monitoring report in accordance with the procedures of the center IQAS and results. This report is reviewed by the ACSUG, external evaluation agency.

The outcome of this analysis will emerge corrective actions and improvement proposals that achieve the intended objectives and the improvement of the degree.

Committees

In order to ensure proper standards and quality at UDC, a specific academic management committee of the PhD programme will be established.

Rodríguez Blas, María Teresa
Coordinador/a
Peinador Veira, Carlos
Secretario/a
Muniategui Lorenzo, Soledad Norberta
Vocal PDI
Herrero Rodríguez, Roberto Francisco
Vocal PDI
Kennes, Christian A.M. Henri
Vocal PDI
Carlosena Zubieta, Alatzne
Vocal PDI
Fernández Sánchez, Jesús José
Vocal PDI

Program tracking facts

Period Value
Places offered
Number of places for new students entering PhD (IPD01)
2018/2019 15
Demand
Number of applicants for PhD admission (IPD02)
2018/2019 8
First-time enrollment
Number of first-time enrollment students in PhD (IPD03)
2018/2019 6
First-time enrollment by adaptation
Number of first-time enrollment students in the program or students coming from other studies in extinction (IPD03.1)
2018/2019 0
Total enrollment
Total number of students enrolled (IPD04)
2018/2019 29
First-time enrollment coming from other universities
Ratio between the number of first-time enrolled students coming from other universities and the total number of first-time enrolled students in the program (IPD05)
2018/2019 16.67
Percentage of foreign students
Ratio between the number of foreign students enrolled and the total number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD06)
2018/2019 13.79
Percentage of first-time enrolled students who need training complements
Ratio between the number of students enrolled who need training complements and the total number of new students enrolled in the programme (IPD07)
2018/2019 0
Percentage of full-time enrollees
Ratio between the number of students under full time status and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD08.1)
2018/2019 79.31
Percentage of partial-time enrollees
Ratio between the number of students under half time status and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD08.2)
2018/2019 6.9
Percentage of enrollees under mixed status
Ratio between the number of students under mixed status and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD08.3)
2018/2019 13.79
Percentage of enrollees who carried out a stay passed by the CAPD (Outgoing)
Ratio between the number of students who carried out a stay as visiting researchers passed by the CAPD (outgoing students) and the total number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD09.1)
2018/2019 24.14
Percentage of enrollees with a grant or pre-doctoral contract
Ratio between the number of students with a grant or pre-doctoral contract and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD11)
2018/2019 24.14
Percentage of theses defended by students who had several directors
Ratio between the number of theses defended by students of the programme who had several directors and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD14)
2018/2019 100
Percentage of examination board members coming from an foreign institution
Ratio between the number of examination board members of thesis linked to the programme coming from an foreign institution and the total umber of examination board members of thesis linked to the programme (IPD17)
2018/2019 23.81
Total number of defended thesis
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.1)
2018/2019 7
Percentage of defended thesis written by full-time students
Ratio between the total number of defended thesis written by students under full time status and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD18.2.1)
2018/2019 100
Percentage of defended thesis written by partial-time students
Ratio between the total number of defended thesis written by students under partial time status and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD18.2.2)
2018/2019 0
Percentage of defended thesis written by students under mixed status
Ratio between the total number of defended thesis written by students under mixed status and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD18.2.3)
2018/2019 0
Total number of tesis written in Galician
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme written in Galician (IPD18.3.1)
2018/2019 0
Total number of tesis written in Spanish
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme written in Spanish (IPD18.3.2)
2018/2019 4
Total number of tesis written in other languages
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme written in other languages (IPD18.3.3)
2018/2019 3
Average duration of studies of full-time students
Average duration of studies for students under full time status who defended a thesis (in days) (IPD18.4.1)
2018/2019 1,643
Average duration of studies of partial-time students
Average duration of studies for students under half time status who defended a thesis (in days) (IPD18.4.2)
2018/2019 n/a
Average duration of studies of students under mixed time status
Average duration of studies for students under mixed time status who defended a thesis (in days) (IPD18.4.3)
2018/2019 n/a
Success rate. Percentage of students who defended their theses without asking for an extension
Ratio between the number of doctoral students who defended their theses without asking for an extension and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.5.1)
2018/2019 0
Success rate. Percentage of students who defended their theses after asking for the first extension
Ratio between the number of doctoral students who defended their theses after asking for the first extension and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.5.2)
2018/2019 42.86
Success rate. Percentage of students who defended their theses after asking for the second extension
Ratio between the number of doctoral students who defended their theses after asking for the second extension and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.5.3)
2018/2019 57.14
Percentage of "cum laude" theses
Ratio between the number of defended theses linked to the programme with "Cum Laude" qualification and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.6)
2018/2019 100
Percentage of theses with International Component
Ratio between the number of defended theses linked to the programme with International Component and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.7)
2018/2019 100
Period Value
Places offered
Number of places for new students entering PhD (IPD01)
2017/2018 15
Demand
Number of applicants for PhD admission (IPD02)
2017/2018 8
First-time enrollment
Number of first-time enrollment students in PhD (IPD03)
2017/2018 5
First-time enrollment by adaptation
Number of first-time enrollment students in the program or students coming from other studies in extinction (IPD03.1)
2017/2018 0
Total enrollment
Total number of students enrolled (IPD04)
2017/2018 28
First-time enrollment coming from other universities
Ratio between the number of first-time enrolled students coming from other universities and the total number of first-time enrolled students in the program (IPD05)
2017/2018 40
Percentage of foreign students
Ratio between the number of foreign students enrolled and the total number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD06)
2017/2018 17.86
Percentage of first-time enrolled students who need training complements
Ratio between the number of students enrolled who need training complements and the total number of new students enrolled in the programme (IPD07)
2017/2018 0
Percentage of full-time enrollees
Ratio between the number of students under full time status and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD08.1)
2017/2018 78.57
Percentage of partial-time enrollees
Ratio between the number of students under half time status and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD08.2)
2017/2018 7.14
Percentage of enrollees under mixed status
Ratio between the number of students under mixed status and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD08.3)
2017/2018 14.29
Percentage of enrollees who carried out a stay passed by the CAPD (Outgoing)
Ratio between the number of students who carried out a stay as visiting researchers passed by the CAPD (outgoing students) and the total number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD09.1)
2017/2018 10.71
Percentage of enrollees who carried out a stay passed by the CAPD at UDC (Incoming)
Number of students who carried out a stay as visiting researchers passed by the CAPD (incoming students) (IPD09.2)
2017/2018 n/a
Percentage of enrollees with a grant or pre-doctoral contract
Ratio between the number of students with a grant or pre-doctoral contract and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD11)
2017/2018 14.29
Percentage of theses defended by students who had several directors
Ratio between the number of theses defended by students of the programme who had several directors and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD14)
2017/2018 100
Percentage of examination board members coming from an foreign institution
Ratio between the number of examination board members of thesis linked to the programme coming from an foreign institution and the total umber of examination board members of thesis linked to the programme (IPD17)
2017/2018 14.29
Total number of defended thesis
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.1)
2017/2018 7
Percentage of defended thesis written by full-time students
Ratio between the total number of defended thesis written by students under full time status and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD18.2.1)
2017/2018 71.43
Percentage of defended thesis written by partial-time students
Ratio between the total number of defended thesis written by students under partial time status and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD18.2.2)
2017/2018 14.29
Percentage of defended thesis written by students under mixed status
Ratio between the total number of defended thesis written by students under mixed status and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD18.2.3)
2017/2018 14.29
Total number of tesis written in Galician
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme written in Galician (IPD18.3.1)
2017/2018 0
Total number of tesis written in Spanish
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme written in Spanish (IPD18.3.2)
2017/2018 7
Total number of tesis written in other languages
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme written in other languages (IPD18.3.3)
2017/2018 0
Average duration of studies of full-time students
Average duration of studies for students under full time status who defended a thesis (in days) (IPD18.4.1)
2017/2018 1,517
Average duration of studies of partial-time students
Average duration of studies for students under half time status who defended a thesis (in days) (IPD18.4.2)
2017/2018 357.5
Average duration of studies of students under mixed time status
Average duration of studies for students under mixed time status who defended a thesis (in days) (IPD18.4.3)
2017/2018 977.5
Success rate. Percentage of students who defended their theses without asking for an extension
Ratio between the number of doctoral students who defended their theses without asking for an extension and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.5.1)
2017/2018 28.57
Success rate. Percentage of students who defended their theses after asking for the first extension
Ratio between the number of doctoral students who defended their theses after asking for the first extension and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.5.2)
2017/2018 57.14
Success rate. Percentage of students who defended their theses after asking for the second extension
Ratio between the number of doctoral students who defended their theses after asking for the second extension and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.5.3)
2017/2018 14.29
Percentage of "cum laude" theses
Ratio between the number of defended theses linked to the programme with "Cum Laude" qualification and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.6)
2017/2018 100
Percentage of theses with International Component
Ratio between the number of defended theses linked to the programme with International Component and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.7)
2017/2018 57.14
Period Value
Places offered
Number of places for new students entering PhD (IPD01)
2016/2017 15
Demand
Number of applicants for PhD admission (IPD02)
2016/2017 13
First-time enrollment
Number of first-time enrollment students in PhD (IPD03)
2016/2017 8
First-time enrollment by adaptation
Number of first-time enrollment students in the program or students coming from other studies in extinction (IPD03.1)
2016/2017 1
Total enrollment
Total number of students enrolled (IPD04)
2016/2017 30
First-time enrollment coming from other universities
Ratio between the number of first-time enrolled students coming from other universities and the total number of first-time enrolled students in the program (IPD05)
2016/2017 25
Percentage of foreign students
Ratio between the number of foreign students enrolled and the total number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD06)
2016/2017 13.33
Percentage of first-time enrolled students who need training complements
Ratio between the number of students enrolled who need training complements and the total number of new students enrolled in the programme (IPD07)
2016/2017 0
Percentage of full-time enrollees
Ratio between the number of students under full time status and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD08.1)
2016/2017 80
Percentage of partial-time enrollees
Ratio between the number of students under half time status and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD08.2)
2016/2017 10
Percentage of enrollees under mixed status
Ratio between the number of students under mixed status and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD08.3)
2016/2017 10
Percentage of enrollees who carried out a stay passed by the CAPD (Outgoing)
Ratio between the number of students who carried out a stay as visiting researchers passed by the CAPD (outgoing students) and the total number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD09.1)
2016/2017 20
Percentage of enrollees who carried out a stay passed by the CAPD at UDC (Incoming)
Number of students who carried out a stay as visiting researchers passed by the CAPD (incoming students) (IPD09.2)
2016/2017 0
Percentage of enrollees with a grant or pre-doctoral contract
Ratio between the number of students with a grant or pre-doctoral contract and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD11)
2016/2017 0
Percentage of theses defended by students who had several directors
Ratio between the number of theses defended by students of the programme who had several directors and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD14)
2016/2017 80
Percentage of examination board members coming from an foreign institution
Ratio between the number of examination board members of thesis linked to the programme coming from an foreign institution and the total umber of examination board members of thesis linked to the programme (IPD17)
2016/2017 20
Total number of defended thesis
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.1)
2016/2017 5
Percentage of defended thesis written by full-time students
Ratio between the total number of defended thesis written by students under full time status and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD18.2.1)
2016/2017 100
Percentage of defended thesis written by partial-time students
Ratio between the total number of defended thesis written by students under partial time status and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD18.2.2)
2016/2017 0
Percentage of defended thesis written by students under mixed status
Ratio between the total number of defended thesis written by students under mixed status and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD18.2.3)
2016/2017 0
Total number of tesis written in Galician
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme written in Galician (IPD18.3.1)
2016/2017 0
Total number of tesis written in Spanish
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme written in Spanish (IPD18.3.2)
2016/2017 3
Total number of tesis written in other languages
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme written in other languages (IPD18.3.3)
2016/2017 2
Average duration of studies of full-time students
Average duration of studies for students under full time status who defended a thesis (in days) (IPD18.4.1)
2016/2017 959.3
Average duration of studies of partial-time students
Average duration of studies for students under half time status who defended a thesis (in days) (IPD18.4.2)
2016/2017 n/a
Average duration of studies of students under mixed time status
Average duration of studies for students under mixed time status who defended a thesis (in days) (IPD18.4.3)
2016/2017 n/a
Success rate. Percentage of students who defended their theses without asking for an extension
Ratio between the number of doctoral students who defended their theses without asking for an extension and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.5.1)
2016/2017 60
Success rate. Percentage of students who defended their theses after asking for the first extension
Ratio between the number of doctoral students who defended their theses after asking for the first extension and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.5.2)
2016/2017 40
Success rate. Percentage of students who defended their theses after asking for the second extension
Ratio between the number of doctoral students who defended their theses after asking for the second extension and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.5.3)
2016/2017 0
Percentage of "cum laude" theses
Ratio between the number of defended theses linked to the programme with "Cum Laude" qualification and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.6)
2016/2017 80
Percentage of theses with International Component
Ratio between the number of defended theses linked to the programme with International Component and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.7)
2016/2017 60
Period Value
Places offered
Number of places for new students entering PhD (IPD01)
2015/2016 15
Demand
Number of applicants for PhD admission (IPD02)
2015/2016 11
First-time enrollment
Number of first-time enrollment students in PhD (IPD03)
2015/2016 6
First-time enrollment by adaptation
Number of first-time enrollment students in the program or students coming from other studies in extinction (IPD03.1)
2015/2016 5
Total enrollment
Total number of students enrolled (IPD04)
2015/2016 24
First-time enrollment coming from other universities
Ratio between the number of first-time enrolled students coming from other universities and the total number of first-time enrolled students in the program (IPD05)
2015/2016 16.67
Percentage of foreign students
Ratio between the number of foreign students enrolled and the total number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD06)
2015/2016 12.5
Percentage of first-time enrolled students who need training complements
Ratio between the number of students enrolled who need training complements and the total number of new students enrolled in the programme (IPD07)
2015/2016 0
Percentage of full-time enrollees
Ratio between the number of students under full time status and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD08.1)
2015/2016 87.5
Percentage of partial-time enrollees
Ratio between the number of students under half time status and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD08.2)
2015/2016 4.17
Percentage of enrollees under mixed status
Ratio between the number of students under mixed status and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD08.3)
2015/2016 8.33
Percentage of enrollees who carried out a stay passed by the CAPD (Outgoing)
Ratio between the number of students who carried out a stay as visiting researchers passed by the CAPD (outgoing students) and the total number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD09.1)
2015/2016 4.17
Percentage of enrollees who carried out a stay passed by the CAPD at UDC (Incoming)
Number of students who carried out a stay as visiting researchers passed by the CAPD (incoming students) (IPD09.2)
2015/2016 0
Percentage of enrollees with a grant or pre-doctoral contract
Ratio between the number of students with a grant or pre-doctoral contract and the number of students enrolled in the programme (IPD11)
2015/2016 8.33
Percentage of theses defended by students who had several directors
Ratio between the number of theses defended by students of the programme who had several directors and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD14)
2015/2016 n/a
Percentage of examination board members coming from an foreign institution
Ratio between the number of examination board members of thesis linked to the programme coming from an foreign institution and the total umber of examination board members of thesis linked to the programme (IPD17)
2015/2016 n/a
Total number of defended thesis
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.1)
2015/2016 1
Percentage of defended thesis written by full-time students
Ratio between the total number of defended thesis written by students under full time status and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD18.2.1)
2015/2016 100
Percentage of defended thesis written by partial-time students
Ratio between the total number of defended thesis written by students under partial time status and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD18.2.2)
2015/2016 0
Percentage of defended thesis written by students under mixed status
Ratio between the total number of defended thesis written by students under mixed status and the total number of defended theses in the programme (IPD18.2.3)
2015/2016 0
Total number of tesis written in Galician
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme written in Galician (IPD18.3.1)
2015/2016 0
Total number of tesis written in Spanish
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme written in Spanish (IPD18.3.2)
2015/2016 0
Total number of tesis written in other languages
Total number of defended thesis linked to the programme written in other languages (IPD18.3.3)
2015/2016 1
Average duration of studies of full-time students
Average duration of studies for students under full time status who defended a thesis (in days) (IPD18.4.1)
2015/2016 394.5
Average duration of studies of partial-time students
Average duration of studies for students under half time status who defended a thesis (in days) (IPD18.4.2)
2015/2016 n/a
Average duration of studies of students under mixed time status
Average duration of studies for students under mixed time status who defended a thesis (in days) (IPD18.4.3)
2015/2016 n/a
Success rate. Percentage of students who defended their theses without asking for an extension
Ratio between the number of doctoral students who defended their theses without asking for an extension and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.5.1)
2015/2016 100
Success rate. Percentage of students who defended their theses after asking for the first extension
Ratio between the number of doctoral students who defended their theses after asking for the first extension and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.5.2)
2015/2016 0
Success rate. Percentage of students who defended their theses after asking for the second extension
Ratio between the number of doctoral students who defended their theses after asking for the second extension and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.5.3)
2015/2016 0
Percentage of "cum laude" theses
Ratio between the number of defended theses linked to the programme with "Cum Laude" qualification and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.6)
2015/2016 0
Percentage of theses with International Component
Ratio between the number of defended theses linked to the programme with International Component and the total number of defended thesis linked to the programme (IPD18.7)
2015/2016 100

theses

publications

This is a sample of the scientific production of the PhD students and is intended to guide prospective students interested in this program. Under no circumstances should it be considered a full and exhaustive list of all the scientific production of the students. The information is supplied by the PhD students themselves in a relatively unstructured manner but it has been checked and approved by the academic committee.

Artículos en revistas internacionales
Autores: Kálmán, F.K.; Nagy, V.; Uzal-Varela, R.; Pérez-Lourido, P.; Esteban-Gómez, D.; Garda, Z.; Pota, K.; Mezei, R.; Pallier, A.; Tóth, É.; Platas-Iglesias, c.;  Tircsó, G.Título: Expanding the Ligand Classes Used for Mn(II) Complexation: Oxa-aza Macrocycles Make the Difference. Revista: Moleculeshttps:// doi.org/10.3390/molecules26061524
Artículos en revistas nacionales
Autores (p.o. de sinatura): Aurora Rodríguez-Rodríguez, Rocío Uzal-Varela, David Esteban-Gómez, Carlos Platas‑IglesiasTítulo: O Fascinante Grupo dos Elementos Lantanoides: Terras Raras?"Ref. Revista: Boletín das CienciasEditorial: Enciga (Ensinantes de Ciencias de Galicia)Clave: AVolume:90Páxinas, inicial: 185final: 198                  Data: 2020 Lugar de publicación: España-ISSN.: 0214-1988 
Artículos en revistas internacionales
"The Outer Membrane Protein FstC of Aeromonas salmonicida subsp. salmonicida Acts as Receptor for Amonabactin Siderophores and Displays a Wide Ligand Plasticity. Structure−Activity Relationships of Synthetic Amonabactin Analogues" Diego Rey-Varela, Javier Cisneros-Sureda, Miguel Balado, Jaime Rodríguez, Manuel L. Lemos and Carlos Jiménez.ACS Infect. Dis. 2019, 5, 1936−1951. DOI: 10.1021/acsinfecdis.9b00274
Salgado-Beceiro, J.; Castro-García, S.; Sánchez-Andújar M..; Rivadulla, F. Motional Narrowing of Electron Spin Resonance Absorption in the Plastic-Crystal Phase of [(CH34N]FeCl4The Journal of Physical Chemistry C2018122 (48), 27769-27774. DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpcc.8b09367
Pech-Puch, D .; Pérez-Povedano, M .; Lenis-Rojas, OA; Rodriguez, J .; Jiménez, C. Productos Naturales Marinos de la Península de Yucatán. Mar. Drogas 2020 18 , 59.
A. Blanco-Gómez, I. Neira; J. L. Barriada, M. Melle-Franco, C. Peinador and M. D. García,Thinking outside the "blue box": from molecular to supramolecular pH-responsiveness, Chem. Sci., 2019, 10, 10680-10686.
"Major, minor and trace elements composition of Amazonian foodstuffs and its contribution to dietary intake".Jorge Moreda-Piñeiro, Joel Sánchez-Piñero, Elia Alonso-Rodríguez, Isabel Turnes-Carou, Purificación López-Mahía y Soledad Muniategui-Lorenzo (2020) Journal of Food Measurement and Characterizationhttps://doi.org/10.1007/s11694-020-00379-3
Antonino Arenaza-Corona, Raúl Villamil-Ramos, Jorge Guerrero-Álvarez, Herbert Höpfl and Victor Barba. Bis-Dithiocarbamates derived from 1,10-diaza-18-crown-6 as ligand tectons for 1D, 2D and 3D supramolecular structure arrangements.CrystEngComm. 2020. 22, 1063-1077
Sabín López, A., Paredes Ramos, M., Herrero, R. y López Vilariño, J. M. Synthesis of magnetic green nanoparticle – Molecular imprinted polymers with emerging contaminants templates. Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering. Volume 8, Issue 4, 2020. ISSN 2213-3437. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jece.2020.103889. (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2213343720302372)
“The occurrence and distribution of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, bisphenol A and organophosphate flame retardants in indoor dust and soils from public open spaces: Implications for human exposure”. Joel Sánchez-Piñero, Samantha L. Bowerbank, Jorge Moreda-Piñeiro, Purificación López-Mahía, John R. Dean (2020).Environmental Pollution 266. DOI: 10.1016/j.envpol.2020.115372
“Inhalation bioaccessibility estimation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from atmospheric particulate matter (PM10): Influence of PM10 composition and health risk assessment”. Joel Sánchez-Piñero, Jorge Moreda-Piñeiro, Estefanía Concha-Graña, María Fernández-Amado, Soledad Muniategui-Lorenzo, Purificación López-Mahía (2021). Chemosphere 263. DOI: 10.1016/j.chemosphere.2020.127847
Computational approximations of molecularly imprinted polymers with sulphur based monomers for biological purposes, Materials Today Communications 20 (2019) 100526
Computational aided acetaminophen - phthalic acid molecularly imprinted polymer design for analytical determination of known and new developed recreational drugs, Journal of Molecular Graphics and Modelling 100 (2020) 107627
Is high performance computing a requirement for novel drug discovery and how will this impact  academic efforts? Expert Opinion on Drug Discovery (2020), DOI: 10.1080/17460441.2020.1758664
Elena Pazos, Paula Novo, Carlos Peinador, Angel E. Kaifer, Marcos D. García. Cucurbit[8]uril (CB[8])-Based Supramolecular Switches. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2019, 58, 403-416.
Pablo Cortón, Paula Novo, Vanesa López-Sobreado, Marcos D. García, Carlos Peinador, Elena Pazos. Solid Phase Zincke Reaction for the Synthesis of Peptide-4,4'-bipyridinium Conjugates. Synthesis 2020, 52, 537-543. Invited contribution to the Bürgenstock Special Section 2019 Future Stars in Organic Chemistry.
Autores: Uzal-Varela, Rocío; Rodríguez-Rodríguez, Aurora; Martínez-Calvo, Miguel; Carniato, Fabio; Lalli, Daniela; Esteban-Gómez, David; Brandariz, Isabel; Pérez-Lourido, Paulo; Botta, Mauro; Platas-Iglesias, CarlosTítulo: Mn2+ Complexes Containing Sulfonamide Groups with pH-Responsive RelaxivityRevista: Inorganic Chemistry (2020). Aceptado y en prensa
I. Neira, A. Blanco-Gómez, J. M. Quintela, C. Peinador M. D. García, Org. Lett., 2019, 21, 8976−8980.
A. Blanco-Gómez, I. Neira, J. L. Barriada, M. Melle-Franco,C. Peinador, M. D. García, Chem. Sci., 2019, 10, 10680-10686. Cover.
I. Neira, O. Domarco, J. L. Barriada, P. Franchi, M. Lucarini, M. D. García, C. Peinador, Org. Biomol. Chem. 2020,18,5228-5233.
A. Blanco-Gómez, P. Cortón, L. Barravechia, I. Neira, E. Pazos, C. Peinador, M. D. García, Chem. Soc. Rev., 2020, 49, 3834-3862.
Artículos en revistas nacionales
Sabín López, A., Paredes Ramos, M. y López Vilariño, J. M. El interés del xanthohumol como molécula saluble. Tecnifood: La revista de la tecnología alimentaria. Nº 130, 101-103, agosto 2020. ISSN: 1138-9028.
Artículos en revistas internacionales
Autores: Rabindra N. Pradhan, Sayed M. Hossain, Avinash Lakma, Dragana D. Stojkov, Tatjana Ž. Verbić, Goran Angelovski, Rosa Pujales–Paradela, Carlos Platas–Iglesias, Akhilesh K. Singh. Título: Water soluble Eu(III) complexes of macrocyclic triamide ligands: Structure, stability, luminescence and redox properties. Revista: Inorganica Chimica Acta, 2019, 486, pp. 252-260. DOI: 10.1016/j.ica.2018.10.050. Factor de impacto: 2.264. ISSN: 0020-1693.
Rosa Pujales-Paradela, Fabio Carniato, Rocío Uzal-Varela, Isabel Brandariz, Emilia Iglesias, Carlos Platas-Iglesias, Mauro Botta and David Esteban-Gómez, "A Pentadentate Member of the Picolinate Family for Mn(II) Complexation and an Amphiphilic Derivative", Dalton Trans., 2018, Accepted Manuscript, 10.1039/C8DT03856B
"Oral bioavailability estimation of toxic and essential trace elements in PM10" .Jorge Moreda–Piñeiro, Lucía Dans-Sánchez, Joel Sánchez-Piñero, Isabel Turnes-Carou, Soledad Muniategui-Lorenzo y Purificación López-Mahía (2019) Atmospheric Environment, 213, 104-115. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2019.06.001.
Thinking Outside the "blue Box": Induced Fit within a Unique Self-Assembled Polycationic CyclophaneArturo Blanco-Gómez, Ángel Fernández-Blanco, Víctor Blanco, Jaime Rodríguez, Carlos Peinador, Marcos D. GarcíaJournal of the American Chemical Society, 2019, 141, 9, 3959-3964
“Multi-element determinations in foods from Amazon region by ICP-MS after enzymatic hydrolysis assisted by pressurisation and microwave energy”. Jorge Moreda-Piñeiro, Joel Sánchez-Piñero, Adriana Mañana-López, Isabel Turnes-Carou, Elia Alonso-Rodríguez, Purificación López-Mahía, Soledad Muniategui-Lorenzo. Microchemical Journal 137, 402-409 (2018). DOI: 10.1016/j.microc.2017.11.018.
“Selenium Species Determination in Foods Harvested in Seleniferous Soils by HPLC−ICP-MS after Enzymatic Hydrolysis Assisted by Pressurisation and Microwave Energy”Jorge Moreda-Piñeiro, Joel Sánchez-Piñero, Adriana Mañana-López, Isabel Turnes-Carou, Elia Alonso-Rodríguez, Purificación López-Mahía, Soledad Muniategui-Lorenzo (2018) Food Research International, Volume 111September 2018, Pages 621-630DOI: 10.1016/j.foodres.2018.06.003
Antonino Arenaza-Corona,David Morales-Morales, Iran F. Hernández-Ahuactzic and Victor Barba. CrystEngComm, 2018, 20, 6733
M. Fernández-Amado, M.C. Prieto-Blanco, P. López-Mahía, M. Piñeiro-Iglesias, S. Muniategui-Lorenzo, S. Iglesias-Samitier, C.A. Alves, D. Custódio, V. Esteves, T. Nunes,Interrelationships between major components of PM10 and sub-micron particles: Influence of Atlantic air masses, Atmospheric Research, Volume 212, 2018, Pages 64-76, ISSN 0169-8095, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosres.2018.05.003.
E. Alonso-Blanco, F.J. Gómez-Moreno, B. Artíñano, S. Iglesias-Samitier, V. Juncal-Bello, M. Piñeiro-Iglesias, P. López-Mahía, N. Pérez, M. Brines, A. Alastuey, M.I. García, S. Rodríguez, M. Sorribas, A. del Águila, G. Titos, H. Lyamani, L. Alados-Arboledas, Temporal and spatial variability of atmospheric particle number size distributions across Spain, Atmospheric Environment, Volume 190, 2018, Pages 146-160, ISSN 1352-2310, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2018.06.046.
Pech-Puch, D .; Rodríguez, J .; Cautain, B .; Sandoval-Castro, CA; Jiménez, C. Furanoditerpenos citotóxicos de la esponja Esponja tubulifera recolectada en el Caribe mexicano. Mar. Drogas 201917.
I. Neira, M. D. García, C. Peinador, A. E. Kaifer, J. Org. Chem201984, 2325-2329.
I. Neira, C. Alvariño, O. Domarco, V. Blanco, M. D. García, C. Peinador, J. M. Quintela, Chem. Eur. J., 2019, Accepted
TÍTULO: Understanding the mechanism of base–assisted decomposition of (N–halo)–N–alkylalcoholaminesAUTORES: J. Andrés, X. L. Armesto, M. Canle L., M. V. García, D. R. Ramos, J. A. SantaballaREVISTA: Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, 1 (2003) 4323–4328
TÍTULO: Taurine chlorination by myeloperoxidase/H2O2/Cl system: a kinetic steady-state studyAUTORES: D. R. Ramos, M. Canle L., M. V. García, J. A. Santaballa, C. ObingerREVISTA: Chemicke Listy, 97 (2003) 496–497
TÍTULO: A DFT study on the microscopic ionization of cysteine in waterAUTORES: M. Canle L., D. R. Ramos, J. A. SantaballaREVISTA: Chemical Physics Letters, 417 (2006) 28–33
TÍTULO: Density functional study of the Hoffmann elimination of (N–Cl),N–methylethanolamine in gas phase and in aqueous solutionAUTORES: D. R. Ramos, R. Castillo, M. Canle L., M. V. García, J. Andrés, J. A. SantaballaREVISTA: Chemical Physics Letters, 429 (2006) 425–429
TÍTULO: Myeloperoxidase–catalyzed taurine chlorination: initial versus equilibrium rateAUTORES: D. R. Ramos, M. V. García, M. Canle L., J. A. Santaballa, P. G. Furtmüller, C. ObingerREVISTA: Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics, 466 (2007) 221–233
TÍTULO: Myeloperoxidase–catalyzed chlorination: the quest for the active speciesAUTORES: D. R. Ramos, M. V. García, M. Canle L., J. A. Santaballa, P. G. Furtmüller, C. ObingerREVISTA: Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, 102 (2008) 1300–1311
TÍTULO: A theoretical study on the mechanism of the base–promoted decomposition of (N–Cl), N–methylethanolamineAUTORES: D. R. Ramos, R. Castillo, M. Canle L., M. V. García, J. Andrés, J. A. SantaballaREVISTA: Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, 7 (2009) 1807–1814
Artículos en revistas nacionales
TÍTULO: Environment and roles of the active site of heme peroxidasesAUTORES: D. R. Ramos, M. V. García, J. A. SantaballaREVISTA: Díxitos – Special edition: Computational Science Monograph, (2008) 42–43
Artículos en revistas internacionales
T. Rama, A. Blanco-Gómez, I. Neira, O. Domarco, M. D. García, J. M. Quintela, C. Peinador, Chem. Eur. J., 2017, 23, 16743–16747.
A. Blanco-Gómez, T. Rama, O. Domarco, I. Neira, V. Blanco, J. M. Quintela, M. D. García, C. Peinador, Dalton Trans., 2017, 46, 15671-15675.
José M. Gil-Negrete, José Pérez Sestelo, Luis A. Sarandeses. Synthesis of Bench-Stable Solid Triorganoindium Reagents and Reactivity in Palladium-Catalyzed Cross-Coupling Reactions. Chem. Commun. 2018, 54, 1453-1456. DOI: 10.1039/c7cc09344f
Carlos-A. BernalLeonardo CastellanosDiana M. AragónDiana Martínez-MatamorosCarlos JiménezYolima BaenaFreddy A. Ramos.  Peruvioses A to F, sucrose esters from the exudate of Physalis peruviana fruit as α-amylase inhibitors.  Carbohydrate ResearchIn Press, Accepted Manuscripthttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.carres.2018.03.003
Rama, Tamara; Blanco-Gomez, Arturo; Neira, Iago; Domarco, Olaya; Garcia, Marcos D.; Quintela, Jose M.; Peinador, Carlos, Chemistry - A European Journal, 2017, 23, 16743-16747.
AHL-lactonase expression in three marine emerging pathogenic Vibrio spp. reduces virulence and mortality in brine shrimp (Artemia salina) and Manila clam (Venerupis philippinarum) Marta Torres1,2¤, Jose Carlos Reina1, Juan Carlos Fuentes-Monteverde3, Gerardo FernaÂndez4, Jaime RodrõÂguez3, Carlos JimeÂnez3, Inmaculada Llamas1,2*
Balado, M.; Lages, M. A.; Fuentes-Monteverde, J. C.; Martínez-Matamoros, D.; Rodríguez, J.; Jiménez, C.; Lemos, M. L. The Siderophore Piscibactin Is a Relevant Virulence Factor for Vibrio anguillarum Favored at Low Temperatures. Front. Microbiol.20189, 1766.
[(CH32NH27Pb4X15 (X= Cl and Br) 2D-Peroskite Related Hybrids, with Dielectric Transitions and Broadband Photoluminiscent EmissionAlberto García-Fernández,*a Juan M. Bermúdez-García,a Socorro Castro-García,a Antonio L. Llamas-Saiz,b Ramón Artiaga,c Jorge López-Beceiro,c Manuel Sánchez-Andújar*a and María A. Señarís-Rodríguez,aInorganic Chemistry,2018, 57, 3215−3222, DOI: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.7b03217
Diimidazolium halobismuthates [Dim]2[Bi2X10] (X= Cl, Br, I): A new class of thermochromic and photoluminiscent materialsAlberto García-Fernández,*a Ismael Marcos,a Carlos Platas-Iglesias,b Socorro Castro-García,*a Digna Vázquez-García,a Alberto Fernándeza and Manuel Sánchez-Andújar aInorganic Chemistry,2018, 57, 7655−7664, DOI: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.8b00629
Guillén-Hernández S, González-Salas C, Pech-Puch D, Villegas-Hernández H (2018) Octopus maya parasites off the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico. II. Salivary gland damage by cestodes. Dis Aquat Org 130:45-50. https://doi.org/10.3354/dao03252 
T. Rama, A. Blanco-Gómez, I. Neira, O. Domarco, M. D. García, J. M. Quintela, C. Peinador, Chem. Eur. J., 2017, 23, 16743–16747.
A. Blanco-Gómez, T. Rama, O. Domarco, I. Neira, V. Blanco, J. M. Quintela, M. D. García, C. Peinador, Dalton Trans., 2017, 46, 15671-15675.
Synthesis of Thelepamide via Catalyst-Controlled 1,4-Addition of Cysteine Derivatives and Structure Revision of Thelepamide. Tobias Seitz, Ramón E. Millán, Dieter Lentz, Carlos Jiménez, Jaime Rodríguez, Mathias Christmann. Organic Letters201820, 594
Rosa Pujales-Paradela, Aurora Rodríguez-Rodríguez, Antonella Gayoso-Padula, Isabel Brandariz, Valencia Laura, David Esteban-Gómez and Carlos Platas-Iglesias, "On the Consequences of the Stereochemical Activity of the Bi(III) 6s2 Lone Pair in Cyclen-based Complexes. The [Bi(DO3A)] Case", Dalton Trans., 2018, Accepted Manuscript. DOI: 10.1039/C8DT02602E
Ferreiro López-Riobóo, J.I., Crespo González, N., López Mahía, P. et al. Preparation of items for a textile proficiency testing scheme. Accred Qual Assur (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00769-018-1325-9
Preparation and characterization of terdentate [C,N,N] acetophenone and acetylpyridine hydrazone platinacycles: a DFT insight into the reaction mechanism.
Capítulo de Libro
L. Helm, J. R. Morrow, C. J. Bond, F. Carniato, M. Botta, M. Braun, Z. Baranyai, R. Pujales-Paradela, M. Regueiro-Figueroa, D. Esteban-Gómez, C. Platas-Iglesias and T. J. Scholl. (2018). Contrast Agents for MRI: Experimental Methods. In The Royal Society of Chemistry Publishing (Ed.), Gadolinium-based Contrast Agents (pp. 121-242). http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/9781788010146-00121. Impreso ISBN: 978-1-78262-447-9. PDF eISBN: 978-1-78801-014-6
R. Pujales-Paradela, M. Regueiro-Figueroa, D. Esteban-Gómez and C. Platas-Iglesias. (2018). Contrast Agents for MRI: Experimental Methods. In The Royal Society of Chemistry Publishing (Ed.), Transition Metal-based T1 Contrast Agents (pp. 448-478). DOI: 10.1039/9781788010146-00448. Impreso ISBN: 978-1-78262-447-9. PDF eISBN: 978-1-78801-014-6
Libro
Juana Isabel Ferreiro López-Riobóo, Natalia Crespo González, P. López-Mahía, S. Muniategui-Lorenzo and D. Prada-Rodríguez. Preparation of items for a Proficiency Testing Scheme of textiles. 2017. 9th Workshop Proficiency Testing in Analytical Chemistry, Microbiology and Laboratory Medicine. Workshop book. Eurachem.
Juana Isabel Ferreiro López-Riobóo, Carmen María Moscoso Pérez, Natalia Crespo González, P. López-Mahía, S. Muniategui-Lorenzo, D. Prada-Rodriguez. Fast and simple extraction procedure of DEHP, DBP and BBP from a PVC matrix. ExTech2017. 19th International Symposium on Advances in Extraction Technologies. Book of Abstracts. Santiago de Compostela, España. ISBN: 978-84-946451-7-4
Artículos en revistas internacionales
López-García, M., Martínez-Cabanas, M., Vilariño, T., Lodeiro, P., Rodríguez-Barro, P., Herrero, R., Barriada, J.L. New polymeric/inorganic hybrid sorbents based on red mud and nanosized magnetite for large scale applications in As(V) removal. Chemical Engineering Journal. (In press)
Angela Pinzón, Diana Martinez-Matamoros, Leonardo Castellanos, Carmenza Duque, Carlos Jiménez, Jaime Rodríguez, and Freddy A. Ramos. Cyclic tetrapeptide from a Bacillus cereus strain isolated from the soft coral Antillogorgia elisabethae (syn. Pseudopterogorgia elisabethaeTetrahedron, 2017, 58, 634-637.
Self-assembly of dinuclear Pd(II)/Pt(II) metallacyclic receptors incorporating N-heterocyclic carbene complexes as cornersIsmael Marcos,Olaya Domarco,Carlos Peinador, Alberto Fenández, Jesús J. Fernández, Digna Vázquez-García y Marcos D. GarcíaDalton Trans., 2017, 46, 4182 
Dinuclear RuII(bipy)2 Derivatives: Structural, Biological, and in Vivo Zebrafish Toxicity Evaluation. Inorg. Chem. 2017, 56, 7127.
Self-assembled Pt2L2 boxes strongly bind G-quadruplex DNA and influence gene expression in cancer cellsOlaya Domarco1, Tamara Rama1, Iago Neira1, Arturo Blanco1, Marcos D. García1, Carlos Peinador1, J. M. Quintela1, Bernhard Keppler2,3, Walter Berger3,4, Alessio Terenzi2,3
Self-assembly of dinuclear Pd(II)/Pt(II) metallacyclic receptors incorporating N-heterocyclic carbene complexes as cornersIsmael MarcosaOlaya DomarcoaCarlos PeinadoraAlberto FenándezaJesús J. FernándezaDigna Vázquez-Garcíaa  and  Marcos D. Garcíaa
Synthesis of non-symmetric viologen-containing ditopic ligands and their Pd(II)/Pt(II)-directed self-assemblyOlaya DomarcoaIago NeiraaTamara RamaaArturo Blanco-GómezaMarcos D. GarcíaaCarlos Peinadora  and  José M. Quintelaa
Alonso-Marañón, L.; Sarandeses, L. A.; Martínez, M. M.; Pérez Sestelo, J.Org. Chem. Front. 2017, 4, 500
Attila Forgacs, Rosa Pujales-Paradela, Martín Regueiro-Figueroa, Laura Valencia, David Esteban-Gómez,Mauro Botta, Carlos Platas-Iglesias; "Developing the Family of Picolinate Ligands for Mn2+ Complexation". Dalton Trans., 46, 1546-1558. 10.1039/C6DT04442E
Org. Biomol. Chem., 2017, 15, 3594. 
Secreted Citrate Serves as Iron Carrier for the Marine Pathogen Photobacterium damselae subsp damselaeMiguel Balado, Beatriz Puentes , Lucía Couceiro, Juan C. Fuentes-Monteverde, Jaime Rodríguez , Carlos R. Osorio, Carlos Jiménez  and Manuel L. Lemos Frontiers in Cellular and Infection MicrobiologyAugust 2017 | Volume 7 | Article 361
O. Domarco, I. Neira, T. Rama, A. Blanco, M. D. García, C. Peinador, J. M. Quintela, Org. Biomol. Chem., 2017, 15, 3592-3602.
Arturo Blanco-Gómez, Tamara Rama, Olaya Domarco, Iago Neira, Víctor Blanco, José M. Quintela, Marcos D. García* and Carlos Peinador*, Dalton Trans., 2017, 46, 15671–15675
Domarco, Olaya; Neira, Iago; Rama, Tamara; Blanco-Gomez, Arturo; Garcia, Marcos D.; Peinador, Carlos; Quintela, Jose M.,Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, 2017, 15, 3594-3602. 
Artículos en revistas internacionales
MARTÍNEZ-MATAMOROS D., LAITON FONSECA M., DUQUE C., RAMOS F.A., CASTELLANOS L.BÚSQUEDA DE BACTERIAS MARINAS COMO FUENTE DE INHIBIDORES DE QUORUM SENSING (IQS): PRIMER ESTUDIO QUIMICO DE Oceanobacillus profundus (RKHC-62B). VITAEVolumen 23 número 1, año 2016 Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia. págs. 11-
Preparation of Imidazol-2-ylidene Carbene Palladacycles with Bi- and Tridentate Schiff Bases – Analyses of the Spectroscopic, Molecular Structure, and DFT Calculation Data Leticia Naya,Digna Vázquez-García,Alberto Fernández,Margarita López-Torres,Vicente Ojea,Ismael Marcos, José M. Vila,and Jesús J. FernándezEur. J. Inorg. Chem. 2016, 422–431 
RSC Adv. 2015, 5, 83818-83824
Inorg. Chem. 2015, 54, 11680−11687
Marta Torres,  José Carlos Reina,  Juan Carlos Fuentes-Monteverde,  Gerardo Fernández,  Jaime Rodriguez,  Esther Rubio-Portillo,  Josefa Antón,   Emilia Quesada,  Carlos Jimenez  and Inmaculada Llamas. CHARACTERIZATION  OF QUORUM SENSING SIGNAL MOLECULES AND THEIR POSSIBLE ROLE IN  THREE  PATHOGENIC  VIBRIO  SPECIES  ISOLATED  FROM  THE  CORALS  OCULINA PATAGONICA AND CLADOCORA CAESPITOSA. Marine Biotechnology
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.poly.2015.12.027
José M. Gil-Negrete, José Pérez Sestelo, Luis A. Sarandeses. Transition-Metal-Free Cross-Coupling of Indium Organometallics with Chromene and Isochroman Acetals Mediated by BF3·OEt2. Organic Letters, 2016, Vol. 18, 4316-4319DOI: 10.1021/acs.orglett.6b02058
M. Regueiro-Figueroa, D. Esteban-Gómez, R. Pujales-Paradela, L. Caneda-Martínez, A. de Blas, C.  Platas-Iglesias. Int. J. Quantum Chem. 2016, 116, 1388–1396. DOI: 10.1002/qua.25191
J. Mater. Chem. C, 2016, 4, 4889
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2016,18, 19605.
Polyhedron, 2016, 114, 249.
DOI: 10.1002/ejic.201600192
Self-assembly of Pd2L2 Metallacycles Owning Diversely Functionalized Racemic LigandsTamara Rama, Cristina Alvariño, Olaya Domarco, Carlos Platas-Iglesias, Víctor Blanco, Marcos D. García, Carlos Peinador y José M. QuintelaInorganic Chemistry 2016, 55, 2290–2298
Martínez-Cabanas, M., López-García, M., Barriada, J.L., Herrero, R., Sastre de Vicente, M.E. 2016. Green synthesis of iron oxide nanoparticles. Development of magnetic hybrid materials for efficient As(V) removal. Chemical Engineering Journal301, 83-91.
Inorg. Chem. 2016, 55, 2290-2298
RSC. Adv. 2016, 6, 80181-80192
Pembamide, a N-methylated linear peptide from a sponge Cribrochalina sp.Tetrahedron letters, Volume 57, Issue 30, 27 July 2016, Pages 3239–3242Carlos Urda, Marta Pérez, Jaime Rodríguez, Carlos Jiménez, Carmen Cuevas, Rogelio Fernández
Méndez JA, Mateos J, Beceiro A, Lopez M, Tomás M, Poza M, Bou G. Quantitative proteomic analysis of host-pathogen interactions: a study of Acinetobacter baumannii responses to host airways. BMC Genomics 2015;16:422. 10.1186/s12864-015-1608-z [PMC free articlePubMedCross Ref
Juana Isabel Ferreiro López-Riobóo. Long-term (2001–2012) study of a proficiency testing scheme for textiles. Accred Qual Assur (2015) 20: 239. doi:10.1007/s00769-015-1128-1
Rodríguez, J.; Jiménez, C.; Blanco, M.; Tarazona, G.; Fernández, R.; Cuevas, C. Org. Lett.201618, 5832–5835.
Heteroleptic mononuclear compounds of ruthenium(II): synthesis, structural analyses, in vitro antitumor activity and in vivo toxicity on zebrafish embryos Dalton trans. 2016, 45, 19127
Rega, M.; Candal, P.; Jiménez, C.; Rodríguez, J. Mycothiazole: Synthesis of the C8–C18 Subunit and Further Evidence of the (Z)‐Δ14 Double Bond Configuration. Eur. J. Org. Chem. 2006, 2007, 934-942.
Rega, M.; Jiménez, C.; Rodríguez, J. 6E-Hydroximinosteroid homodimerization by cross-metathesis processes. Steroids 2007, 72, 729-735.
Poza, J.; Rega, M.; Paz, V.; Alonso, B.; Rodríguez, J.; Salvador, N.; Fernández, A.; Jiménez, C. Synthesis and evaluation of new 6-hydroximinosteroid analogs as cytotoxic agents. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry 2007, 15, 4722-4740.
Libro
Juana Isabel Ferreiro López-Riobóo, Natalia Crespo González, P. López-Mahía2, S. Muniategui-Lorenzo2, D. Prada-Rodríguez. Scanning Electron Microscopy for the identification of textile fibres. Book of Abstracts of the I “Julio Palacios” International Symposium. ISBN: 978-84-617-4004-8
Otras publicaciones
Juana Isabel Ferreiro López-Riobóo. Conference Proceeding. Colour fastness proficiency testing scheme for textiles. The Fifth International Proficiency Testing Conference. Rumanía. 2015. http://www.pt-conf.org/2015.php/conference-proceeding/
Juana Isabel Ferreiro López-Riobóo, Carmen María Moscoso Pérez, Natalia Crespo González, P. López-Mahía, S. Muniategui-Lorenzo, D. Prada-Rodríguez. In-house method validation of a method for the determination of certain phthalates in toys, childcare and textile articles. Book of Abstracts. Validation in Analytical Science. Curent Practices and Future Challenges. Eurachem, Belab. http://www.belab-eurachem2016.com/uploads/8/8/5/1/8851691/book_of_abstracts_echmv16.pdf
Juana Isabel Ferreiro López-Riobóo, ES, Natalia Crespo Gonzalez, Purificación López Mahía, Soledad Muniategui Lorenzo, Dario Prada Rodríguez. Quantitative chemical analysis of textile binary mixtures with acrylic fibres. 6TH EuCheMS Chemistry Congress. Congress Program.
Recensiones
Juana Isabel Ferreiro López-Riobóo. Conference Proceeding. Colour fastness proficiency testing scheme for textiles. The Fifth International Proficiency Testing Conference. Rumanía. 2015
Artículos en revistas internacionales
Chem. Eur. J. 2015, 21, 9482-9487DOI:10.1002/Chem .201501087
M. Martínez-Cabanas, L. Carro, M. López-García, R. Herrero, J.L. Barriada, M.E. Sastre de Vicente, Achieving sub-10 ppb arsenic levels with iron based biomass-silica gel composites, Chem. Eng. J. 279 (2015) 1-8.
A Transmissible Plasmid-Borne Pathogenicity Island Confers Piscibactin Biosynthesis in the Fish Pathogen Photobacterium damselae subsp. Piscicida.Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 2015, 81, 5867-5879
Insights into the virulence-related genes of Edwardsiella tarda isolated from turbot in Europe: genetic homogeneity and evidence for vibrioferrin production. Journal of Fish Diseases. 2015, en imprenta, doi:10.1111/jfd.12389
Artículos en revistas nacionales
O. A. Lenis, F. Marques, J. Rodriguez-Fernandez, J.Lado, D. Vázquez-García, A. Fernandez, Diseño de nuevos metalociclos de' rutenio derivados de ligandos bidentados con átomos donadores del grupo 15 con potencial aplicación biológica”. XXXV Bienal RSQE, 19-23 Julio A Coruña, España.
Artículos en revistas internacionales
Inorganica Chimica Acta, 2014, 417, 27-37DOI:10.1016/j.ica.2013.10.037
Intercomparisons of Mobility Size Spectrometers and Condensation Particle Counters in the Frame of the Spanish Atmospheric Observational Aerosol Network Francisco J. Gómez-Moreno , Elisabeth Alonso , Begoña Artíñano , Vanesa Juncal-Bello , Silvia Iglesias-Samitier , María Piñeiro Iglesias , Purificación López Mahía , Noemí Pérez , Jorge Pey , Anna Ripoll , Andrés Alastuey , Benito A. de la Morena , M. Isabel García , Sergio Rodríguez , Mar Sorribas , Gloria Titos , Hassan Lyamani , Lucas Alados-Arboledas , Enrique Latorre , Torsten Tritscher , Oliver F. Bischof  Aerosol Science and Technology Vol. 49, Iss. 92015
Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 772-773, (2014), 192-201
RSC ADV, 2013, 44, 3, 22404-22411
L. Naya et al. Novel palladacycle N-heterocyclic carbene complexes with bidentate [CN] and terdentate [CNN] and [CNO] Schiff bases. Synthesis, characterization and crystal structure analysis. Jornal of Organometallic Chemistry 772-773 (2014) 192-201
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