Structural requirements for anti-oxidant activity of calix[n]arenes and their associated anti-bacterial activity
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Treatment of neural cells with calix[n]arenes featuring sulphonate moieties and linked to Ag nanoparticles results in reduced reactive species. For gram+ bacteria there is an inverse correlation between anti-bacterial activity and ROS reduction whereas for gram- bacteria only calixarenes bearing O-alkyl sulphonate functions act as ROS inhibitors and anti-bacterial agents.
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