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Διεύθυνση: Πανεπιστήμιο Ιωαννίνων, Τμήμα Χημείας, Τομέας Ανόργανης και Αναλυτικής Χημείας, 45110 Ιωάννινα

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Fax: (+30)-26510-08786

E-mail:  mlouloud@uoi.gr

Ερευνητική Δραστηριότητα

· Βιομιμητικά Συστήματα

Μοντελοποίηση του ενεργού κέντρου μεταλλο-ενζύμων με σκοπό την αντιγραφή δομικών και λειτουργικών χαρακτηριστικών τους: ένζυμα θειαμίνης, κυτοχρώματα Ρ-450, Mn- και Fe-μη αιμικά ένζυμα, ένζυμα-Cu

· Βιομιμητική Κατάλυση-Περιβαλλοντική Κατάλυση

Ανάπτυξη νέων καταλυτικών συστημάτων για: οξείδωση υδρογονανθράκων ( σύμπλοκα-Mn, σύμπλοκα-Fe, πορφυρίνες-Mn, καταλυτικός μηχανισμός), οξείδωση φαινολών-κατεχολών (σύμπλοκα-Cu, καταλυτικός μηχανισμός), οξειδωτική αποδόμηση χλωροφαινολών & χρωστικών (πορφυρίνες-Fe, καταλυτικός μηχανισμός), παραγωγή Η2 (αποδόμηση μυρμηκικού οξέος από μοριακούς καταλύτες/νανοσωματίδια), Ανόργανη Καταλυτική Τεχνολογία

· Ανόργανα-Οργανικά Υβριδικά Υλικά-Σύνθετα Υλικά

Ανάπτυξη ανόργανων-οργανικών υβριδικών και σύνθετων υλικών για περιβαλλοντικές και καταλυτικές εφαρμογές: τροποποίηση σίλικας, τροποποίηση υλικών με βάση τον C, ετερογενείς καταλύτες οξείδωσης, ετερογενείς καταλύτες για αφυδρογονώσεις, βιομιμητικά υλικά

 

        3 PAGE-CURRICULUM VITAE AND 10-YEARS TRACK

                           MARIA LOULOUDI, Ph.D.

Contacts                (Head) Lab of Biomimetic Catalysis

                                & Biomimetic Materials

                               Dept. of Chemistry,University of Ionnina.

                               45110 Ioannina, Greece

                               Tel +30251008418

                              e-mail:mlouloud@uoi.gr

Personal Data

Marital Status         : married, 2 children 

Place-Date of Birth  : July 6, 1963, Larissa, Greece.

Nationality              : Greek

ACCADEMIC BACKGROUND-Education

  1. Diploma in Chemistry, University of Ioannina, Ioannina, Greece, 1986
  2. Ph.D., Chemistry Department, University of Ioannina, Ioannina, Greece, 1992
  3. Post-doctoral Research, University of Rene Descartes, CNRS, URA 400, Paris, France, 9/93-8/95 (E.U. Human Capital and Mobility Fellowship).
  4. Postdoctoral Fellow Chemistry Department, University of Ioannina, Ioannina, Greece, 1996 (E.U. Return Grant).

Academic Appointments-10-Years Track

2012-   Full Professor (Inorganic Chemistry), Dept. of Chemistry, University of Ionnina.

2007-2012     Associate Professor (Inorganic Chemistry), Dept. of Chemistry, University of Ionnina.

2004-2007     Tenior Assistant Professor (Inorganic Chemistry), Dept. of Chemistry, University of Ionnina.

2001-2004     Assistant Professor (Inorganic Chemistry), Dept. of Chemistry, University of Ionnina.

1996-2001 Lecturer (Inorganic Chemistry), Dept. of Chemistry, University of Ionnina.

Academic Activity-10-Years Track

Supervisor of  6 PhD Theses, (3 accomplished, 3 in progress)

Supervisor of  17 MsSc. Theses, (16 accomplished, 1 in progress)

Supervisor of  48 Diploma theses, (45 accomplished, 3 in progress)

TEACHNING

Graduate Level: Teaching of Intermediate and Advanced Inorganic Chemistry and laboratories to the 2nd, 3rd and 4th year of students of Chemistry of the Faculty of Natural Sciences

Topics: Bioinorganic Chemistry, Mechanisms of Inorganic Reactions, Catalysis by Coordination Compounds

Post-Graduate Level:Bioinorganic Chemistry,Biomimetic Materials, Catalytic Processes & Molecular Materials

FOREIGN STAYS-VISITS

2010 -Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry Center of Magnetic Resonance Goethe-University Frankfurt. 2009 - Frumkin Inst. of Physical Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sci. Moscow Russia. 2007 - Dept. of Chemistry Lemonosof  University, Moscow Russia. 2003 -Section De Bioenergetique, Centre des Etudes Nucleaires, Saclay, France. 1999 - Dept. of Chemistry University of Girona, Spain. 1998 - Dept. of Chemistry University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain.

FOUNTATION OF THE LAB BIOMIMETIC CATALYSIS & BIOMIMETIC MATERILAS

Research Interests and Activity

  • Chemical Biomimetics: Metal Ions in Biological Systems, Models of Thiamine Enzymes, Cytochromes P-450, Models of Mn- and Fe-non-Heme Enzymes, Biomimetics of Cu-enzymes.
  • Biomimetic Catalysis-Molecular Catalysis: Hydrocarbon oxidation: Mn-complexes, Fe-complexes, Mn-porphyrins, mechanistic studies. Phenol-catechol oxidation: Cu-complexes, mechanistic studies. Catalytic decomposition of chlorophenols & dyes: Fe-porphyrins, mechanistic studies. H2-production: Formic acid decomposition by molecular catalysts, nanoparticles. Inorganic Catalytic Technology.
  • Hybrid organic-inorganic materials – Development of Composite Materials: Silica Modification. Carbon-based modified materials. Functionalised Carbon Nanotubes. Sol-gel materials. Heterogeneous Oxidation Catalysts.  Heterogenoeus catalysts for dehydrogenations. Biomimetic Materials.

 

ORGANISATION OF SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCES

4. [Member of organising committee] 5th Panhellenic Symposium on Green Chemistry, Ioannina, Greece, October 2014.

3. [Member of organising & Scientific committee] 17th IHSS Conference, Ioannina, Greece, 1-6 September 2014.

2. [Member of organising committee] 2nd Panhellenic Conference on Thermal Analysis, Ioannina, Greece,25-27 June 2004.

1. [Secretary of organising committee and Scientific committee member] Vth International Symposium on Applied Bioinorganic Chemistry Corfu, Greece,13-17 April 1999.

MEMBERSHIP IN SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATIONS

Member of the Greek Chemical Society

Member of the Greek Catalytic Society.

Member of the International Humic Substance Society.

Member of the Materials Research Society.

INVITED PRESENTATION IN ESTABLISHED INTERNATIONAL CONFRENCES

5. M. LouloudiEfficient H2 Production from Formic Acid by a Heterogeneous SiO2 Immobilised Iron Catalyst’ 11th European Congress on Catalysis (Europa-Cat XI), September 2013, Lyon, France.

4. M. LouloudiIron-based Biomimetic Hybrid Matwerials for Catalytic Applications’ International Conference on Bioinspired and Biobased Chemistry & Materials, October 2012, Nice, France.

3. M. Louloudi ‘Mechanisms of Co-catalytic Action of Humic-Like Additives on Pentachlorophenol Oxidation by a Fe-Porphyrin Catalyst’ IHSS16, September 2012, Hangzhou, China.

2. M. Louloudi ‘Fe-non-Heme Oxidation Catalysts: an Oxidation Mechanism based on Catalytic and EPR data’ 4th North America-Greece-Cyprous  Workshop on Paramagnetic Materials, June 2011, Patras, Greece.

1. M. Louloudi ‘Hydrocarbon oxidation by homogeneous and heterogeneous Mn(II) and Fe(III) catalysts’ with H2O2 6th World Congress on Oxidation Catalysis, July 2009, Lille, France.

FUNDED RESEARCH GRANTS

  • SYNERGASIA 2012-2015. DEVELOPMENT OF PYROLYTIC MATERILAS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND CATALYTIC APPLICATIONS (co-coordinator).
  • THALIS 2012-2015. DEVELOPMENT OF SYNTHETIC STRATEGIES, REACTIVITY AND APPLICATIONS IN MAGNETIC AND CATALYTIC MATERIALS (group leader).
  • THALIS 2012-2015. DEVELOPMENT OF HYBRID MESO AND NANO POROUS MATERIALS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND CATALYTIC APPLICATIONS.
  • Grant funded by ALUMINION S.A. 2011-2012. DEVELOPMENT OF LOW-Tg GLASSES EXPLOITING RED MUD WASTES FOR HEAVY METAL REMEDIATION (coordinator).
  • ΙΚΥ-DAAD (Greece-Germany) 2010-2012. STUDIES OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL MATERIALS WITH ADVANCED EPR SPECTROSCOPIES.
  • Bilatteral Collaboration (Greece-Russia) 2005-2007. Metallo-porphyrins on silica for hydrocarbon oxidation (coordinator).
  • NATO (Greece-Russia) 2007-2009. NOVEL HYBRID CATALYTIC MATERIALS FOR DECOMPOSITION OF ORGANIC POLLUTANTS.
  • “PYTHAGORAS” ΙΙ-EPEAEK (2004-2007) «Bioactive and biomimetic materials via sol-gel method » (coordinator).
  • “PYTHAGORAS” Ι-EPEAEK (2004-2007) «Development of novel hybrid materials for catalytic and environmental applications».
  • “HRAKLEITOS” Ι-EPEAEK (2002-2006) DEVELOPMENT OF COMPOSITE BIOMIMETIC MATERIALS FOR CATALYTIC OXIDATION OF ORGANIC SUBSTRATES (coordinator)
  • PICS (Greece-France) Programme Internationale pour la Cooperation Scientifique (2002-2006).
  • E.U. COST D21 ‘Metalloenzymes and Chemical Biomimetics’; working group D21/0007/00 on ‘Biomimetic catalytic activation of dioxygen species by metalloenzymes and models’ (2001-2006).
  • E.U. ‘Pierre et Marie Curie’ Program Network with Lund, Sweden- Pavia, Italy- Bologna, Italy-Grenoble, France- Ioannina, Greece (2000-2005).
  • E.U. COST D8 ‘Chemistry of Metals in Medicine’; working group D8/0015/97 on ‘Biomimetics for copper and zinc proteins’ (1997-2001)

 

PATENT HOLDING

  1. M. Louloudi, G. Armatas, Ph. Pomonis, N. Hadjiliadis, COMPLEXRES OF METAL IONS WITH IMIDAZOLE AND ITS DERIVATIVES GRAFTED ON SILICA SURFACE FOR CO ABSORPTION (Greek Patent CODE Nr 1003613).
  2. M. Louloudi, Y. Deligiannakis, P. Stathi, A. Hamalaki, K. Bourtzis, HYBRID ANTIBACTERIAL NANOMATERIAL (SI.GA.BAC.) (Greek Patent CODE Nr 20130100459).

 

ADDITIONAL SCIENTIFIC Activities

Referee for  Journal of Materials Chemistry, ChemComm, Dalton Transactions, PCCP & Faraday Discussions, New Journal Chemistry, Polyhedron, Catalysis Communications, J. Molecular Catalysis A, Catalysis Letters, Applied Catalysis A: General, Journal of Catalysis, Environmental Science & Technology.

Reviewer for national (: Greek) agencies (GGET, Ministry of Education). Also: reviews for STW (Dutch Technology Foundation), reviews for FWF (Austrian Science Foundation).

 

LIST OF (ISI)  PUBLICATIONS

               Citations>850

65. P. Stathi, Y. Deligiannakis, M. Louloudi, “Co-catalytic Enhancement of H2 Production by Metal Oxide Nanoparticles.” Catal. Today  Submitted for publication (2014).

64. S. Lympeopoulou, M. Papastergiou, M. Louloudi, C. Raptopoulou, V. Psycharis, C. J. Milios, J. C. Plakatouras, “Synthesis, Characterization, Magnetic and Catalytic properties of a novel Mn(II) Ladder Shaped Coordination Polymer.” Eur. J. Inorg. Chem.  Submitted for publication (2014).

63. A. Maurogiorgou, M. Papastergiou, Y. Deligiannakis, M. Louloudi, “Activated Carbon Functionalised with Mn(II) Schiff base Complexes as Efficient Alkene Oxidation Catalysts: Solid Support Matters”  J. Mol. Catal. A submitted for publication (2014).

62. P. Stathi, Y. Deligiannakis, G. Avgouropoulos, M. Louloudi, “Efficient H2 Production from Formic Acid by a Supported Iron Catalyst on Silica.” J.Catal.  Submitted for publication (2014).

61. G. Bilis, P. Stathi, A. Mavrogiorgou, Y. Deligiannakis, M. Louloudi, “Improved Robustness of Heterogeneous Fe-non-heme Oxidation Catalysts: a Catalytic and EPR study” Appl. Catal. A-Gen. 470 (2014) 376.

60. P. Stathi, G. Mitrikas, Y. Sanakis, M. Louloudi, Y. Deligiannakis, “Back-clocking of Fe2+/Fe1+ Spin states in a H2 Producing Catalyst by Advanced EPR” Mol. Phys. 111 (2013) 2942.

59. N. C. Anastasiadis, G. Bilis, J. C. Plakatouras, C. P. Raptopoulou, V. Psycharis, C. Beavers, S. J. Teat, M. Louloudi, S. P. Perlepes, “Iron(III) chloride – benzotriazole adducts with trigonal bipyramidal geometry: Spectroscopic, structural and catalytic studies” Polyhedron 64 (2013) 189.

58. M. Baikousi, Ag. Stamatis, M. Louloudi, M.A. Karakassides, “Thiamine pyrophosphate intercalation in layered double hydroxides (LDH): an active bio-hybrid catalyst for pyruvate decarboxylation” Appl. Clay Sci. 75-76 (2013) 126.  

57.  F. Papafotiou, K. Karidi, A. Garoufis, M. Louloudi, “Heterogenization of a ruthenium catalyst on silica and its application in olefin oxidation with HOOtBu” Polyhedron 52 (2013) 634.

56. M. Drosos, M. Louloudi, M. Jerzykiewicz, Y. Deligiannakis, “Progress Towards Synthetic Modelling of Humic Acid (II): Peering into the Physicochemical Polymerization Mechanism” Colloids Surf. A 389 (2011) 254.

55. K.C. Christoforidis, E. Seristatidou, M. Louloudi, I.K. Konstantinou, E.R. Milaeva, Y. Deligiannakis, “Mechanism of Catalytic Degradation of 2,4,6-Trichlorophenol by a Fe-porphyrin Catalyst” Appl. Catal. B- Environ. 101 (2011) 417.

54. G.S. Armatas, G. Bilis, M. Louloudi, “Highly Ordered Mesoporus Zirconia-Polyoxometalate Nanocomposite Materials for Catalytic Oxidation of Alkenes” J. Mater.  Chem. 21 (2011) 2997.
53. Ag. Stamatis, Ch. Vartzouma, M. Louloudi, “A biomimetic tris-imidazole/Mn(II) system for homogeneous catalytic epoxidation of olefins with H2O2”  Catalysis Communications 12 (2011) 475.
52. M. Louloudi, Y. Deligiannakis, “Substrate and Co-catalyst Effects on the Local Coordination Environment of a Fe-Porphyrin Catalyst”  Chem. Phys. Lett. 494 (2010) 289.

51. G.Bilis, M. Louloudi, “The catalytic function of non-heme iron(III) complex for hydrocarbon oxidation” Bioinorg. Chem. Appl. art. no. 861892 (2010).

50. K.C. Christoforidis, M. Louloudi, Y. Deligiannakis, “Complete Dechlorination of Pentachlorophenol by a Heterogeneous SiO2-Fe-Porphyrin Catalyst” Appl. Catal. B- Environ. 95 (2010) 297.

 49. K.C. Christoforidis, M. Louloudi, E.R. Milaeva, Y. Deligiannakis, “Mechanism of Catalytic Decomposition of Pentachlorophenol by a Highly Recyclable Heterogeneous Fe-Porphyrin Catalyst” J. Catal. 270 (2010) 153.

48. G.Bilis, K.C. Christoforidis, Y. Deligiannakis, M. Louloudi, “Hydrocarbon oxidation by homogeneous and heterogeneous non-heme iron(III) catalysts with H2O2Catal.Today 157 (2010) 101.

47. Ag. Stamatis, D. Giasafaki, K.C. Christoforidis, Y. Deligiannakis, M. Louloudi,“The catalytic function of SiO2-Immobilized Mn(II)-Complexes for Alkene Epoxidation with H2O2J. Mol. Catal. A 319 (2010) 58.

46. P. Stathi, M. Louloudi, Y. Deligiannakis, “EPR Study of Phenolic Radical Stabilization by Grafting on SiO2”  Chem. Phys. Lett. 472 (2009), 85.

45. Ag. Stamatis, P. Doutsi, Ch. Vartzouma, K.C. Christoforidis, Y. Deligiannakis, M. Louloudi, “Epoxidation of olefins with H2O2 catalyzed by New Symmetrical acetylacetone-based Schiff bases/Mn(II) homogeneous systems: A Catalytic and EPR Study” J. Mol. Catal. A 297 (2009), 44.

44. V.N. Dokorou, D. Kovala-Demertzi, M. Louloudi, A. Silvestru, M.A. Demertzis, “Synthesis, characterization and catalytic properties of diorganotin derivatives.  Crystal and molecular structure of the first complex of 2-(2-methyl-3-nitroanilino)benzoic Acid of 1,2:3,4-di-μ2-2-(2-methyl-3-nitroanilino)benzoato-O,O-1,3-bis-22-(2-methyl-3-nitroanilino)benzoato-O-1,2,4:2,3,4-di- μ3-oxo-tetrakis[di-methyltin(IV)” J.Organom.Chem. 693 (2008), 3587.

43. K.C. Christoforidis, M. Louloudi, A.W. Rutherford, Y. Deligiannakis, “Semiquinone in Molecularly Imprinted Hybrid Aminoacid-SiO2 Biomimetic Materials. An Experimental and Theoretical Study” J. Phys.Chem. C 112 (2008), 12841.

42. M. Baikousi, S. Agathopoulos, I. Panagiotopoulos, A.D. Georgoulis, M. Louloudi, M.A. Karakassides, “Synthesis and characterization of sol-gel derived bioactive CaO-SiO2-P2O5 glasses containing magnetic nanoparticles” J. Sol-Gel Sci. Technol. 47 (2008), 95.

41. G. Grigoropoulou, M.A.Karakassides, M.Louloudi, Y. Deligiannakis, “Functionalized SiO2 with N- or S-Containing Ligands for Pb(II) and Cd(II) Adsorption” Colloids Surf.A  320 (2008), 25.

40. A. Serafimidou, A. Stamatis, M. Louloudi, “Μanganese(II) complexes of imidazole based-acetamide as homogeneous and heterogenised catalysts for alkene epoxidation with H2O2Catalysis Communications 9 (2008), 35.

39. K.C. Christoforidis, M. Louloudi, E.R. Milaeva, Y. Sanakis, Y. Deligiannakis, “EPR Study of a Novel [Fe-Porphyrin] Catalyst” Mol. Phys. 105 (2007), 2185.

38. E.R. Milaeva, O.A.lGerasimova, A.L. Maximov, E.A. Ivanova, E.A. Karachanov, N. Hadjiliadis, M. Louloudi, “The catalytic activity of immobilized on modified silica metalloporphyrins bearing antioxidative phenol pendants” Catalysis Communications 8 (2007), 2069.

37. G. Grigoropoulou, K. C. Christoforidis, M. Louloudi, Y. Deligiannakis “Structure-Catalytic Function Relationship of SiO2-Immobilized Mononuclear Cu-Complexes: An EPR Study” Langmuir 23 (2007), 10407.

36. P. Stathi, M. Louloudi, Y. Deligiannakis, “Effects of dissolved carbonates and carboxylates on the sorption of thiuram disulfide pesticides on humic acids and model surfaces” Environ. Sci. Technol.  41 (2007), 2782.

35. A. Stamatis, G. Malandrinos, N. Hadjiliadis, M. Louloudi, “Intermediates of thiamine catalysis immobilized on silica surface as active biocatalysts for a-ketoacid decarboxylation” J. Mol. Catal. A 267 (2007), 120.

34. Ch. Vartzouma, E. Evaggellou, Y. Sanakis, N. Hadjiliadis, M. Louloudi, “Alkene epoxidation by manganese(II) homogeneous and heterogenised catalysts with hydrogen peroxide” J. Mol. Catal. A 263 (2007), 77.

33. D.Zois, Ch. Vartzouma, Y. Deligiannakis, N. Hadjiliadis, L. Casella, E. Monzani, M. Louloudi, “Active catalytic centers in silica-supported Cu(II) and Mn(II) biomimetic complexes: correlation between catalytic and EPR data” J. Mol. Catal. A 261 (2007), 306.

32. G. Malandrinos, M. Louloudi, N. Hadjiliadis, “Thiamine models and perspectives on the mechanism of action of thiamine-dependent enzymes” Chem. Soc. Rev. 35 (2006), 684.

31. Ch. Vartzouma, M. Louloudi, M. Prodromidis, N. Hadjiliadis, “Synthesis and characterization of NAD+-modified silica: a convenient immobilization of biomolecule via its phosphate group” Mater. Sci. Engin. C 24 (2004), 473.

30. G. S. Armatas, C. E. Salmas, M. Louloudi, G. P. Androutsopoulos, P. J. Pomonis, “Relationships among pore size, connectivity, dimensionality of capillary condensation, and pore structure tortuosity of functionalized mesoporous silica” Langmuir 19 (2003), 3128.

29. M. Louloudi, K. Mitopoulou, E. Evaggelou, Y. Deligiannakis, N. Hadjiliadis, “Homogeneous and heterogenized copper(II) complexes as catechol oxidation catalysts” J. Mol. Catal. A 198 (2003), 231.

28. G. Malandrinos, M. Louloudi, N. Hadjiliadis, “Models for active site of thiamin-dependent enzymes: Interactions of Zn2+ and Cd2+ with HETPP and the pentapeptide Asp-Asp-Asn-Lys-Ile in solution” Inorg. Chim. Acta, 349 (2003), 279.

27. Ch. Vartzouma, M. Louloudi, I.S. Butler, N. Hadjiliadis, “Practical tethering of vitamin B1 on a silica surface via its phosphate group and evaluation of its activity” Chem. Commun. (2002), 522.

26. D.Gournis, M. Louloudi,  M.A. Karakassides, Ch. Kolokytha, K.Mitopoulou, N. Hadjiliadis, “Heterogeneous clay-manganese(II) oxidation catalyst”  Mater. Sci. Engin. C 22 (2002), 113. 

25. M. Louloudi, Ch. Kolokytha, N. Hadjiliadis, “Alkene Epoxidation Catalysed by Binuclear Manganese Complexes”  J. Mol. Catal. A 180 (2002), 19.

24.  G. Malandrinos, M. Louloudi, Y. Deligiannakis, N. Hadjiliadis, “Complexation of Cu2+ by HETPP and the pentapeptide Asp-Asp-Asn-Lys-Ile: a structural model of the active site of thiamin-dependent enzymes in solution”  Inorg. Chem. 40 (2001), 4558.

23.  G. Malandrinos, M. Louloudi, Y. Deligiannakis, N. Hadjiliadis, “2D-Hyperfine Sublevel Correlation (HYSCORE) Spectroscopy Applied in the Study of a Cu2+-[2-(a-hydroxy-ethyl)thiamin pyrophosphate]-[Pentapeptide] System as a Model of Thiamin-Dependent Enzymes”  J. Phys. Chem. B  105 (2001), 7323.

22. G. Malandrinos, M. Louloudi, A. Koukou, I. Sovago, K. Drainas, N. Hadjiliadis, “Metal Complexes of Thiamin Pyrophosphate and 2-(a-Hydroxy-ethyl)thiamin Pyrophosphate: Models for Activation of Pyruvate Decarboxylase” J. Biol. Inorg. Chem. 5 (2000), 218.

21. Y. Deligiannakis, M. Louloudi, N. Hadjiliadis, “Electron Spin Echo Envelope Modulation (ESEEM) Spectroscopy as a Tool to Investigate the Coordination Environment of Metal Centers” Coord. Chem. Rev. (invited review) 204 (2000), 1.

20. M. Louloudi, Y. Deligiannakis, N. Hadjiliadis, “Design and synthesis of new biomimetic materials” J. Inorg. Biochem. 79 (2000), 93.

19. G. Malandrinos, K. Dodi, M. Louloudi, N. Hadjiliadis, “On the Mechanism of Action of Thiamin Enzymes in the Presence of Bivalent Metal Ions” J. Inorg. Biochem. 79 (2000), 21.

18. M. Louloudi, V. Nastopoulos, S. Gourbatsis, S. P. Perlepes, N. Hadjiliadis, “Eight-coordination in nitrato manganese (II) complexes with tetradentate di-Schiff bases derived from 2-pyridyl ketones: preparation, characterization and catalytic activity for alkene epoxidationInorg. Chem. Commun. 2 (1999), 479.

17. K. Dodi, M.Louloudi, G. Malandrinos, N. Hadjiliadis, “Metal Complexes with 2-(a-hydroxy-bezyl)thiamin pyrophosphate (HBTPP). Models for Metal Binding of Thiamin Enzymes”, J. Inorg. Biochemistry  73 (1999), 41.

16. M. Louloudi, Y. Deligiannakis, N. Hadjiliadis, “Design and synthesis of new biomimetic materials by sol-gel: A CuII(histidine)2 complex covalently bonded on a silica matrix”  Inorg. Chem. 37 (1998), 6847.

15. G. Malandrinos, M. Louloudi, C. A. Mitsopoulou, I. S. Butler, R. Bau, N. Hadjiliadis, “On the Mechanism of Action of Thiamin Enzymes. Crystal Structure of 2-(a-hydroxy-ethyl)thiamin pyrophosphate (HETPP). Complexes of HETPP with Zinc (II) and Cadmium (II)”, J. Biol. Inorg. Chem. 3 (1998) 437.

14. M. Louloudi, Y. Deligiannakis, J. P. Tuchagues, B. Donnadieu, N. Hadjiliadis, “Orientation Selective ESEEM Study and Crystal Structure of a CuII(thiochrome)Cl2 Complex”, Inorg. Chem., 36 (1997), 6335.

13. P. Battioni, E. Cardin, M. Louloudi, B. Schollhorn, G. A. Spyroulias, D. Mansuy, T. G. Traylor, "Metalloporphyrinosilicas: A new class of hybrid organic-inorganic materials acting as selective biomimetic oxidation catalysts",  J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., (1996), 2037.

12. A. Garoufis, M. Louloudi, S. Kasselouri, J. Hatiris, N. Hadjiliadis,"Ternary complexes of Cu(II) containing inosine(ino), guanosine(guo) and the dipeptides, gly-gly, gly-l-ala, gly-l-val and gly-l-leu" Polyhedron, 14 (1995), 1155.

11. N.Hadjiliadis, K.Dodi, M. Louloudi "Mechanism of Action of Thiamine enzymes. Role of Metal Ions", "Bioinoranic Chemistry: An Inorganic Perspective of Life" NATO ASI Series, Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands (1995), p.113-128.

10. M. Louloudi, N. Hadjiliadis, "Structural aspects of thiamin, its derivatives and their metal complexes, in relation to the enzymatic action of thiamin enzymes" Coord. Chem. Rev., 135/136 (1994), 429.

9. M. Louloudi, N. Hadjiliadis, I. S. Butler, "Mass Spectra of Cobalt, Nickel and Copper Complexes of Active Aldehyde Derivatives of thiamine" Can. J. Appl. Spectry, 39 (1994), 31.

8. M. Louloudi, N. Hadjiliadis, J. P .Laussac, "Transition and Group IIB Metal Complexes with Active Aldehyde Derivatives of Thiamine" Metal Based Drugs, 1 (1994), 221.

7. I. S .Butler, N. T. Kawai, Y. Huang, M. Louloudi, N. Hadjiliadis, "Effect of high pressure on the infrared spectra of the thiamine enzyme 'active aldehyde' intermediate 2-(-hydroxybezyl)thiamine chloride (HBT) and the mercyry (II) complex, Hg(HBT)Cl3" Inorg. Chim. Acta, 196 (1992), 119.

6. M. Louloudi, N. Hadjiliadis, I. S. Butler, "Solution versus solid state conformation of IIB metal complexes of the active derivatives of thiamine" J. Chem. Soc.Dalton, (1992), 1401.

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