Team NO

Nitric oxide (NO) is a powerful signaling molecule with far reaching effects. Inspired by Cu and Zn environments in biology, we employ synthetic models that outline pathways to interconvert molecules in NO signaling such as nitrate, nitrite, and S-nitrosothiols (RSNO).

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Current Team Members

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Pokhraj Ghosh, PhD

pg686@georgetown.edu

 

examining nitrite and NO reduction at copper

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Valiallah Hosseininasab

vh122@georgetown.edu

Lewis acid facilitated reduction of NOx and species in H2S/NO crosstalk

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Molly Atkinson 

mka75@georgetown.edu

modeling reduction of nitrite at copper

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Kelly Harris

kah335@georgetown.edu

DFT modeling of heme-copper-NO systems