Anna Mårtensson

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

Anna Mårtensson is a PhD student at the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. By using synthesis and physical chemistry, she hopes to explore the many qualities of ruthenium complexes, focusing on its ability to intercalate to DNA. She also conducts cellular studies with the ambition to develop a ruthenium complex that will affect a live cell's replication cycle.

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Showing 8 publications

2019

Diastereomeric Crowding Effects in the Competitive DNA Intercalation of Ru(phenanthroline)2dipyridophenazine2+ Enantiomers

Anna Mårtensson, Maria Abrahamsson, Eimer Tuite et al
Inorganic Chemistry. Vol. 58 (14), p. 9452-9459
Journal article
2019

Hydrophobic catalysis and a potential biological role of DNA unstacking induced by environment effects

Bobo Feng, Robert P. Sosa, Anna Mårtensson et al
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. Vol. 116 (35), p. 17169-17174
Journal article
2018

Effects of methyl substitution on DNA binding enthalpies of enantiopure Ru(phenanthroline)2dipyridophenazine2+ complexes

Anna Mårtensson, Per Lincoln
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. Vol. 20 (16), p. 11336-11341
Journal article
2018

Competitive DNA binding of Ru(bpy)2dppz2+ enantiomers studied with isothermal titration calorimetry (ITC) using a direct and general binding isotherm algorithm

Anna Mårtensson, Per Lincoln
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. Vol. 20 (12), p. 7920-7930
Journal article
2016

Diastereomeric bactericidal effect of Ru(phenanthroline)(2)dipyridophenazine

Anna Mårtensson, Mattias Bergentall, Valentina Tremaroli et al
Chirality. Vol. 28 (11), p. 713-720
Journal article
2015

Binding of Ru(terpyridine)(pyridine)dipyridophenazine to DNA studied with polarized spectroscopy and calorimetry

Anna Mårtensson, Per Lincoln
Dalton Transactions. Vol. 44 (8), p. 3604-3613
Journal article
2015

Biological and Biophysical Studies on Ruthenium Complexes

Anna Mårtensson
Licentiate thesis

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