2012 - Fellow of the American Chemical Society
2010 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Stereochemistry, Furanose, Organic chemistry, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and Carbon-13 are his primary areas of study. As a part of the same scientific study, Anthony S. Serianni usually deals with the Stereochemistry, concentrating on Crystallography and frequently concerns with Aqueous solution and Molecule. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Ribose under Furanose, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Phosphate, Sorbose and Heteronuclear molecule.
His study in the field of Aldose, Epimer, Molybdate and Carbon skeleton is also linked to topics like Glyceraldehyde. His work in the fields of Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, such as Saturation transfer, overlaps with other areas such as Proton. His studies in Hydroxymethyl integrate themes in fields like Dihedral angle, Density functional theory and NMR spectra database.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Stereochemistry, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Computational chemistry, Crystallography and Furanose. His Stereochemistry research includes themes of Ring and Crystal structure. His Computational chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Molecule and Molecular orbital.
His studies deal with areas such as Density functional theory and Carbon-13 NMR as well as Crystallography. Anthony S. Serianni has included themes like Biochemistry and Metabolism in his Carbon-13 NMR study. His Hydroxymethyl study combines topics in areas such as Dihedral angle and Cyclohexane conformation.
His primary scientific interests are in Density functional theory, Stereochemistry, Crystal structure, Computational chemistry and Side chain. His study on Density functional theory also encompasses disciplines like
Anthony S. Serianni combines subjects such as Disaccharide, Solvent and Hydrogen bond with his study of Crystal structure. He has included themes like Glycosidic bond and Hydroxymethyl in his Hydrogen bond study. His Computational chemistry research incorporates themes from Reactivity, Organic chemistry and Ring.
Anthony S. Serianni focuses on Density functional theory, Computational chemistry, Conformational isomerism, Molecule and Glycosidic bond. The various areas that Anthony S. Serianni examines in his Density functional theory study include Carbohydrate conformation and Molecular dynamics. His Computational chemistry research integrates issues from Substituent and Ring.
His biological study deals with issues like Pyranose, which deal with fields such as Anomer and Hydroxymethyl. He has researched Glycosidic bond in several fields, including Dihedral angle, Hydrogen bond, Disaccharide and Crystal structure. Disaccharide is a subfield of Stereochemistry that Anthony S. Serianni studies.
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Epimerization of aldoses by molybdate involving a novel rearrangement of the carbon skeleton
Michael L. Hayes;Nicholas J. Pennings;Anthony S. Serianni;Robert Barker.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1982)
Acyclic Forms of [1-13C]Aldohexoses in Aqueous Solution: Quantitation by 13C NMR and Deuterium Isotope Effects on Tautomeric Equilibria
Yuping Zhu;Jaroslav Zajicek;Anthony S. Serianni.
Journal of Organic Chemistry (2001)
Modification of proteins in vitro by physiological levels of glucose: pyridoxamine inhibits conversion of Amadori intermediate to advanced glycation end-products through binding of redox metal ions.
Paul A. Voziyan;Raja G. Khalifah;Christophe Thibaudeau;Alaattin Yildiz.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2003)
[13C]Enriched Methyl Aldopyranosides: Structural Interpretations of 13C-1H Spin-Coupling Constants and 1H Chemical Shifts
Carol A. Podlasek;Jian Wu;Wayne A. Stripe;Paul B. Bondo.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1995)
Three-Bond C−O−C−C Spin-Coupling Constants in Carbohydrates: Development of a Karplus Relationship
Bidisha Bose;Shikai Zhao;Roland Stenutz;Francis Cloran.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1998)
Correlated C-C and C-O bond conformations in saccharide hydroxymethyl groups: parametrization and application of redundant 1H-1H, 13C-1H, and 13C-13C NMR J-couplings.
Christophe Thibaudeau;Roland Stenutz;Brian Hertz;Thomas E Klepach.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2004)
Carbon-13 NMR studies of [1-13C]aldoses: empirical rules correlating pyranose ring configuration and conformation with carbon-13 chemical shifts and carbon-13/carbon-13 spin couplings
Melinda J. King-Morris;Anthony S. Serianni.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1987)
D-Idose: a one- and two-dimensional NMR investigation of solution composition and conformation
Joseph R. Snyder;Anthony S. Serianni.
Journal of Organic Chemistry (1986)
[13C]-Enriched tetroses and tetrofuranosides: an evaluation of the relationship between NMR parameters and furanosyl ring conformation
Anthony S. Serianni;Robert Barker.
Journal of Organic Chemistry (1984)
Density Functional Calculations on Disaccharide Mimics: Studies of Molecular Geometries and Trans-O-glycosidic 3JCOCH and 3JCOCC Spin-Couplings
Francis Cloran;Ian Carmichael;Anthony S. Serianni.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1999)
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