Bernd Jastorff mostly deals with Ionic liquid, Protein kinase A, Organic chemistry, Alkyl and Stereochemistry. His Ionic liquid study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Environmental chemistry, Pyridinium and Lipophilicity. His Protein kinase A research also covers Biochemistry, Kinase and Phosphorylation studies.
Organic chemistry connects with themes related to Chemical engineering in his study. His Alkyl study incorporates themes from Combinatorial chemistry, Marine bacteriophage and Toxicity. His studies in Stereochemistry integrate themes in fields like Binding site and Ribose.
Bernd Jastorff spends much of his time researching Biochemistry, Stereochemistry, Protein kinase A, Chromatography and Organic chemistry. Bernd Jastorff focuses mostly in the field of Stereochemistry, narrowing it down to topics relating to Binding site and, in certain cases, CAMP binding. His studies deal with areas such as Molecular biology and Antagonist as well as Protein kinase A.
His research in Chromatography intersects with topics in Phase and Analytical chemistry. His is doing research in Ionic liquid, Biodegradation, Phosphate and Aqueous solution, both of which are found in Organic chemistry. His work in Ionic liquid covers topics such as Alkyl which are related to areas like Combinatorial chemistry and Toxicity.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ionic liquid, Organic chemistry, Cytotoxicity, Biochemistry and Pyridinium. The Ionic liquid study combines topics in areas such as Ion, Lipophilicity, Chemical engineering and Alkyl. He works mostly in the field of Alkyl, limiting it down to topics relating to Marine bacteriophage and, in certain cases, Vibrio, Aquatic toxicology and Combinatorial chemistry.
In general Organic chemistry study, his work on Biodegradation, Hydrolysis and Dispersity often relates to the realm of Toxicological risk and Intrinsic viscosity, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Bernd Jastorff combines subjects such as Toxicity and Acute toxicity with his study of Biochemistry. His work deals with themes such as Ammonium, Solvent, Inorganic chemistry, Nitrile and In vitro cytotoxicity, which intersect with Pyridinium.
Bernd Jastorff spends much of his time researching Ionic liquid, Organic chemistry, Alkyl, Biodegradation and Hydrolysis. His Ionic liquid research incorporates themes from Marine bacteriophage, Adsorption, Pyridinium, Cytotoxicity and Ion. His Pyridinium research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Solvent, Ammonium, Inorganic chemistry, In vitro cytotoxicity and Phosphonium.
His Alkyl research includes elements of Combinatorial chemistry and Membrane. The study incorporates disciplines such as Pyridinium Compounds and Moiety in addition to Biodegradation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Viability assay, Computational chemistry, Cleavage and Rat leukemia.
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Design of sustainable chemical products--the example of ionic liquids.
J Ranke;S Stolte;R Störmann;J Arning.
Chemical Reviews (2007)
Biological effects of imidazolium ionic liquids with varying chain lengths in acute Vibrio fischeri and WST-1 cell viability assays
J Ranke;K Mölter;F Stock;U Bottin-Weber.
Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety (2004)
How hazardous are ionic liquids? Structure–activity relationships and biological testing as important elements for sustainability evaluation
Bernd Jastorff;Reinhold Störmann;Johannes Ranke;Kerstin Mölter.
Green Chemistry (2003)
Effects of different head groups and functionalised side chains on the aquatic toxicity of ionic liquids
Stefan Stolte;Jürgen Arning;Ulrike Bottin-Weber;Anja Müller.
Green Chemistry (2007)
The influence of anion species on the toxicity of 1-alkyl-3-methylimidazolium ionic liquids observed in an (eco)toxicological test battery
Marianne Matzke;Stefan Stolte;Karen Thiele;Tanja Juffernholz.
Green Chemistry (2007)
Lipophilicity parameters for ionic liquid cations and their correlation to in vitro cytotoxicity.
Johannes Ranke;Anja Müller;Ulrike Bottin-Weber;Frauke Stock.
Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety (2007)
Anion effects on the cytotoxicity of ionic liquids
Stefan Stolte;Jürgen Arning;Ulrike Bottin-Weber;Marianne Matzke.
Green Chemistry (2006)
Progress in evaluation of risk potential of ionic liquids—basis for an eco-design of sustainable products
Bernd Jastorff;Kerstin Mölter;Peter Behrend;Ulrike Bottin-Weber.
Green Chemistry (2005)
Primary biodegradation of ionic liquid cations, identification of degradation products of 1-methyl-3-octylimidazolium chloride and electrochemical wastewater treatment of poorly biodegradable compounds
Stefan Stolte;Salha Abdulkarim;Jiirgen Arning;Anne-Katrin Blomeyer-Nienstedt.
Green Chemistry (2008)
Effects of ionic liquids on the acetylcholinesterase – a structure–activity relationship consideration
F. Stock;J. Hoffmann;J. Ranke;R. Störmann.
Green Chemistry (2004)
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