Her primary areas of study are Organic chemistry, Antioxidant, Biochemistry, Lipophilicity and Structure–activity relationship. Her Antioxidant course of study focuses on Redox and Function and Moiety. Her Biochemistry research incorporates themes from Cell culture and Pharmacology.
The various areas that she examines in her Pharmacology study include Signal transduction, Crosstalk, Kinase, MAPK/ERK pathway and Anticarcinogenic Agents. The concepts of her Structure–activity relationship study are interwoven with issues in Nucleus, Stereochemistry, Biological activity, Isozyme and Gene isoform. Her work on Docking as part of general Stereochemistry research is often related to Normorphine, thus linking different fields of science.
Her primary areas of investigation include Stereochemistry, Organic chemistry, Biochemistry, Pharmacology and Antioxidant. Her Stereochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Selectivity, Ring and Monoamine oxidase. DPPH and Redox are among the areas of Organic chemistry where Fernanda Borges concentrates her study.
Her biological study focuses on Caffeic acid. Her Pharmacology study incorporates themes from Oxidative stress, Toxicity and Cytotoxicity. Her Antioxidant study combines topics in areas such as Lipophilicity and Mitochondrion.
Her primary scientific interests are in Oxidative stress, Pharmacology, Antioxidant, Drug discovery and Stereochemistry. Her Pharmacology research includes themes of Blood–brain barrier and Cytotoxicity. Her Antioxidant study is concerned with Biochemistry in general.
Her studies in Drug discovery integrate themes in fields like Cancer, Virtual screening, Disease, Biological activity and Computational biology. Her Stereochemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Structure–activity relationship, Cholinesterase and Monoamine oxidase. Her work deals with themes such as Molecular model and Coumarin, which intersect with Structure–activity relationship.
Fernanda Borges mainly focuses on Antioxidant, Drug discovery, Biochemistry, Oxidative stress and Mitochondrion. The Antioxidant study combines topics in areas such as Melanin, Oxidative phosphorylation and Kojic acid. Fernanda Borges interconnects Alzheimer's disease, Virtual screening and Computational biology in the investigation of issues within Drug discovery.
Her Oxidative stress research includes elements of Hydroxybenzoic acid, Pharmacology and Mitochondrial permeability transition pore. With her scientific publications, her incorporates both Pharmacology and Nitrogen oxides. As a part of the same scientific study, Fernanda Borges usually deals with the Chromone, concentrating on Crystallography and frequently concerns with Structure–activity relationship.
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Simple coumarins and analogues in medicinal chemistry: occurrence, synthesis and biological activity.
F. Borges;F. Roleira;N. Milhazes;L. Santana.
Current Medicinal Chemistry (2005)
New insights on the anticancer properties of dietary polyphenols.
P. Fresco;F. Borges;F. Borges;C. Diniz;M.P.M. Marques.
Medicinal Research Reviews (2006)
Chromone: A Valid Scaffold in Medicinal Chemistry
Alexandra Gaspar;Maria João Matos;Jorge Garrido;Eugenio Uriarte.
Chemical Reviews (2014)
Phenolic acids and derivatives: studies on the relationship among structure, radical scavenging activity, and physicochemical parameters.
Francisco A. M. Silva;Fernanda Borges;Carla Guimarães;José L. F. C. Lima.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2000)
Progress towards the discovery of xanthine oxidase inhibitors.
F. Borges;E. Fernandes;F. Roleira.
Current Medicinal Chemistry (2002)
Phenolic acid derivatives with potential anticancer properties--a structure-activity relationship study. Part 1: methyl, propyl and octyl esters of caffeic and gallic acids.
S.M. Fiuza;C. Gomes;L.J. Teixeira;M.T. Girão da Cruz.
Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry (2004)
Plant derived and dietary phenolic antioxidants: anticancer properties.
Fernanda M.F. Roleira;Elisiário J. Tavares-da-Silva;Carla L. Varela;Saul C. Costa.
Food Chemistry (2015)
TGF-β1–Containing Exosomes from Injured Epithelial Cells Activate Fibroblasts to Initiate Tissue Regenerative Responses and Fibrosis
Fernanda T. Borges;Sonia A. Melo;Sonia A. Melo;Berna C. Özdemir;Berna C. Özdemir;Noritoshi Kato.
Journal of The American Society of Nephrology (2013)
Wine and grape polyphenols — a chemical perspective
Jorge Garrido;Jorge Garrido;Fernanda Borges.
Food Research International (2011)
Hydroxycinnamic acid antioxidants: an electrochemical overview.
José Teixeira;Alexandra Gaspar;E. Manuela Garrido;Jorge Garrido.
BioMed Research International (2013)
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