Andreas Ekebergh

Researcher at Chalmers, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Chemistry and Biochemistry

Showing 9 publications

2018

Exceptionally rapid oxime and hydrazone formation promoted by catalytic amine buffers with low toxicity

Dennis Larsen, Anna M. Kietrys, Spencer A. Clark et al
Chemical Science. Vol. 9 (23), p. 5252-5259
Journal article
2016

Catalytic Iodination of the Aliphatic C-F Bond by YbI3(THF)(3): Mechanistic Insight and Synthetic Utility

Mario Janjetovic, Andreas Ekebergh, Annika M. Träff et al
Organic Letters. Vol. 18 (12), p. 2804-2807
Journal article
2015

Exploring a cascade Heck-Suzuki reaction based route to kinase inhibitors using design of experiments

Andreas Ekebergh, Christine Lingblom, Peter Sandin et al
Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry. Vol. 13 (11), p. 3382-3392
Journal article
2015

On the photostability of scytonemin, analogues thereof and their monomeric counterparts

Andreas Ekebergh, Peter Sandin, Jerker Mårtensson
Photochemical and Photobiological Sciences. Vol. 14 (12), p. 2179-2186
Journal article
2014

Ketoprofen-Induced Formation of Amino Acid Photoadducts: Possible Explanation for Photocontact Allergy to Ketoprofen

I. Karlsson, Elin Persson, Andreas Ekebergh et al
Chemical Research in Toxicology. Vol. 27 (7), p. 1294-1303
Journal article
2012

Total Synthesis of Nostodione A, a Cyanobacterial Metabolite

Andreas Ekebergh, Anna Börje, Jerker Mårtensson
Organic Letters. Vol. 14 (24), p. 6274-6277
Journal article
2012

Strategies and Methods for Synthesizing Scytonemin Analogues

Andreas Ekebergh
Licentiate thesis
2011

Oxidative Coupling as a Biomimetic Approach to the Synthesis of Scytonemin

Andreas Ekebergh, Isabella Karlsson, R. Mete et al
Organic Letters. Vol. 13 (16), p. 4458-4461
Journal article

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