His main research concerns Stereochemistry, Crystallography, Ligand, Crystal structure and Copper. His Stereochemistry research incorporates themes from Medicinal chemistry, Palladium, Chelation, DNA and Inosine. His research in Crystallography intersects with topics in Coordination geometry, Imidazole, Deprotonation and Amide.
The various areas that Nick Hadjiliadis examines in his Ligand study include Oleic acid, Ionic bonding, Radical, Acetonitrile and Chemical synthesis. His research integrates issues of Thioamide, Pyrene and Triethylamine in his study of Crystal structure. His Copper research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in ATP7A, ATPase, Inorganic chemistry, Chaperone and Protein–protein interaction.
Nick Hadjiliadis spends much of his time researching Stereochemistry, Crystallography, Medicinal chemistry, Crystal structure and Molecule. The study incorporates disciplines such as Chelation, Ligand and Aqueous solution in addition to Stereochemistry. His Crystallography study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Inorganic chemistry, Electron paramagnetic resonance, Metal and Amide.
His Inorganic chemistry research focuses on Copper and how it connects with Magnetic susceptibility. His Medicinal chemistry research incorporates elements of Protonation, Acetonitrile, Palladium and Chloride. His studies in Crystal structure integrate themes in fields like Thioamide, Hydrogen bond and Quinoxaline.
Nick Hadjiliadis focuses on Stereochemistry, Medicinal chemistry, Peptide, Crystal structure and Ligand. Nick Hadjiliadis has included themes like Crystallography, Electron paramagnetic resonance, Deprotonation and Amide in his Stereochemistry study. His Crystallography research includes themes of Ionic bonding and Hydrochloride.
Nick Hadjiliadis combines subjects such as Benzothiazole, Phosphine, Acetonitrile and Antimony with his study of Medicinal chemistry. His Crystal structure research includes elements of Enzyme, Catalysis and Potassium hydroxide. His work carried out in the field of Ligand brings together such families of science as Hydroxybenzoic acid, Selenium and Pyrene.
His primary areas of study are Stereochemistry, Medicinal chemistry, Antimony, Ligand and Organic chemistry. The Stereochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Ionic bonding, Mössbauer spectroscopy, Crystal structure and Palladium. His Crystal structure study incorporates themes from Potassium hydroxide, Hydroxybenzoic acid, Enzyme, Catalysis and Aqueous solution.
Nick Hadjiliadis interconnects Structure–activity relationship and Phosphine in the investigation of issues within Medicinal chemistry. His research in Antimony tackles topics such as Biological activity which are related to areas like Quantitative structure–activity relationship and Antimony compounds. His work on Iodide and Bioinorganic chemistry as part of general Organic chemistry research is frequently linked to Biological studies and Research groups, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
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Palladium coordination compounds as anti-viral, anti-fungal, anti-microbial and anti-tumor agents
A. Garoufis;S.K. Hadjikakou;N. Hadjiliadis.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2009)
Antiproliferative and anti-tumor activity of organotin compounds
Sotiris K. Hadjikakou;Nick Hadjiliadis.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2009)
The Atx1-Ccc2 complex is a metal-mediated protein-protein interaction.
Lucia Banci;Ivano Bertini;Francesca Cantini;Isabella C Felli.
Nature Chemical Biology (2006)
Electron spin echo envelope modulation (ESEEM) spectroscopy as a tool to investigate the coordination environment of metal centers
Yiannis Deligiannakis;Maria Louloudi;Nick Hadjiliadis.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2000)
Biological studies of new organotin(IV) complexes of thioamide ligands
Marianna N. Xanthopoulou;Sotiris K. Hadjikakou;Nick Hadjiliadis;Elena R. Milaeva.
European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry (2008)
Complex compounds of platinum (II) and (IV) with amino acids, peptides and their derivatives
A. Iakovidis;N. Hadjiliadis.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (1994)
Metal Complex–DNA Interactions
Nick D. Hadjiliadis;Einar Sletten.
Synthesis, structural characterization and biological study of new organotin(IV), silver(I) and antimony(III) complexes with thioamides.
S.K. Hadjikakou;I.I. Ozturk;M.N. Xanthopoulou;P.C. Zachariadis.
Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry (2008)
Synthesis, characterization, in vitro antitumor activity, DNA-binding properties and electronic structure (DFT) of the new complex cis-(Cl,Cl)[RuIICl2(NO+)(terpy)]Cl.
Konstantina Karidi;Konstantina Karidi;Achilleas Garoufis;Athanassios Tsipis;Nick Hadjiliadis.
Dalton Transactions (2005)
Synthesis, Characterization and in Vitro Study of the Cytostatic and Antiviral Activity of New Polymeric Silver(I) Complexes with Ribbon Structures Derived from the Conjugated Heterocyclic Thioamide 2‐Mercapto‐3,4,5,6‐tetra‐ hydropyrimidine
Panagiotis C. Zachariadis;Sotiris K. Hadjikakou;Nick Hadjiliadis;Stavroula Skoulika.
European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry (2004)
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