A new sesquiterpene lactone from the leaves of Panax vietnamensis Ha et Grushv. (Vietnamese ginseng)Le, H. K., Phan, T. T., Nguyen, T. M. N., Nguyen, T. C., Tran, C. L., Hansen, P. E. & That, Q. T., 2023, In: Natural Product Research. 37, 21, p. 3580-3587 8 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Journal article › Research › peer-review
- Mojsoska, B., 27 Nov 2023.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Conference abstract for conference › Research › peer-review
Electrochemical sensors for screening of tyrosine and tryptophan as biomarkers for diseases: A narrative reviewNasimi, H., Madsen, J. S., Zedan, A. H., Malmendal, A., Osther, P. J. S. & Alatraktchi, F. A. Z. A., Jul 2023, In: Microchemical Journal. 190, 108737.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Review › peer-review
Biljana Mojsoska (Participant)22 Nov 2023 → 24 Nov 2023
Activity: Participating in or organising an event › Participation in workshop, seminar, course
Can nanomaterials be used as shields against bacteria and viruses?
Is it possible to create new nanomaterials that can form surfaces capable of recognising and degrading harmful bacteria or viruses? Scientists from Roskilde University are about to investigate this in a new research project that has received DKK 2 million from Villum Experiment.
Substance derived from the cannabis plant can combat MRSA
In new results, scientists from Roskilde University have shown that individual chemical components of cannabis have an effective impact on methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). The results confirm existing research and add crucial new knowledge on how active molecules from the cannabis plant can be applied in combination with a number of traditional antibiotics currently used to treat MRSA in humans. The results could lay the groundwork for the development of new types of medicine that could reduce consumption of conventional antibiotics and curb the growth of antibiotic resistance.
Breakthrough in the search for a new treatment for multi-drug resistant tuberculosis
Chemist Biljana Mojsoska and molecular biologist Håvard Jenssen from Roskilde University have in collaboration with international research colleagues developed and tested new antimicrobial drugs that can be used as an alternative to antibiotics in the fight against the infectious disease tuberculosis. The mycobacteria that triggers tuberculosis develops resistance to more and more known antibiotics.
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PhD Programme: Doctoral School of Science and Environment
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