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Name:   Michael R. Detty
Affiliation:  Department of Chemistry, State University of New York at Buffalo
      Department Chair/Professor
      Department Chairperson   (Prior Position)
 Associate Professor 12, Medicinal Chemistry, State University of New York at Buffalo
Degree(s):  PhD, Ohio State University, Organic Chemistry, 1977
Communities:  Bioinformatics, Biomedical Science, Chemistry
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22 Co-Authors
332 2nd Level Co-Authors
6735 3rd Level Co-Authors
38 Departmental Colleagues
Expertise:  
  1. Synthetic Enzymes and Redox Catalysts
  2. Antifouling and Foul-Release Surfaces Derived from Organochalcogenide-Containing Xerogels and Catalyst-Free Xerogels.....

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"The control of marine biofouling on xerogel surfaces with nanometer-scale topography." Biofouling 27, No. 2 2011, pp. 137-49.
GunariNikhil; BrewerLenora H; BennettStephanie M; SokolovaAnastasiya; KrautNadine D; FinlayJohn A; MeyerAnne E; WalkerGilbert C; WendtDean E; CallowMaureen E; CallowJames A; BrightFrank V; DettyMichael R
From Abstract:
) and tetraethoxysilane (TEOS) gave xerogel surfaces of varying topography. The 1:49:50 C18/C8/TEOS xerogel formed... xerogel was observed by IR microscopy. Immersion in ASW for 48 h gave no statistical difference in surface energy for the 1:49:50 C18/C8/TEOS xerogel and a significant increase for the 50:50 C8/TEOS

"The control of marine biofouling on xerogel surfaces with nanometer-scale topography" Biofouling 26, No. 7 2010.
GunariNikhil; BrewerLenora H.; BennettStephanie M.; SokolovaAnastasiya; KrautNadine D.; FinlayJohn A.; MeyerAnne E.; WalkerGilbert C.; WendtDean E.; CallowMaureen E.; CallowJames A.; BrightFrank V.; DettyMichael R.
From Abstract:
) and tetraethoxysilane (TEOS) gave xerogel surfaces of varying topography. The 1:49:50 C18/C8/TEOS xerogel formed... xerogel was observed by IR microscopy. Immersion in ASW for 48 h gave no statistical difference in surface energy for the 1:49:50 C18/C8/TEOS xerogel and a significant increase for the 50:50 C8/TEOS

"Synthesis of analogues of a flexible thiopyrylium photosensitizer for purging blood-borne pathogens and binding mode and affinity studies of their complexes with DNA." Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry 15, No. 13 2007, pp. 4406-18.
McKnightRuel E; YeMao; OhulchanskyyTymish Y; SahabiSadia; WetzelBryan R; WagnerStephen J; SkripchenkoAndrey; DettyMichael R

"Generation of 3- and 5-lithiothiophene-2-carboxylates via metal-halogen exchange and their addition reactions to chalcogenoxanthones." The Journal of organic chemistry 72, No. 7 2007, pp. 2647-50.
GannonMichael K; DettyMichael R

"Detty, M.R; Friedman, A.E; Oseroff, A. A Mechanism for the Oxidation of Glutathione to Glutathione Disulfide with Organotellurium(IV) and Organoselenium(IV) Compounds. A Step-wise Process with Implications for Photodynamic Therapy and Other Oxidative Chemotherapy, J. Org. Chem. 1994, 59, 8245" 1994.
DettyMichael R.
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