Mr Duncan Allardyce


Mr Duncan Allardyce
NameMr Duncan Allardyce
Job titleLecturer in Chemistry/Biochemistry
Research institute
Primary appointmentNatural Sciences
Email addressd.allardyce@mdx.ac.uk
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0001-7895-2640
Contact categoryResearcher

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Associate lecturer in Biosciences
Middlesex University
01 Oct 2016
01 Jan 2020
Lecturer in Chemistry/Biochemistry
Middlesex University
01 Jan 2020

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Identification of a new class of proteasome inhibitors based on a naphthyl-azotricyclic-urea-phenyl scaffold

Allardyce, D., Adu Mantey, P., Szalecka, M., Nkwo, R. and Loizidou, E. 2023. Identification of a new class of proteasome inhibitors based on a naphthyl-azotricyclic-urea-phenyl scaffold. RSC Medicinal Chemistry. 14 (3), pp. 573-582. https://doi.org/10.1039/D2MD00404F

Intentionality for inclusivity - the journey at Middlesex University

Roberts, H., Punev, I., Allardyce, D., Kyprianou, A., Appiah, S., Megeney, A., Calin, A., Gallacher, D. and Mill, R. 2022. Intentionality for inclusivity - the journey at Middlesex University. McGraw Hill.

Argyrin B a non-competitive inhibitor of the human immunoproteasome exhibiting preference for β1i

Allardyce, D., Bell, C. and Loizidou, E. 2019. Argyrin B a non-competitive inhibitor of the human immunoproteasome exhibiting preference for β1i. Chemical Biology and Drug Design. 94 (2), pp. 1556-1567. https://doi.org/10.1111/cbdd.13539

Biochemical and computational studies towards selective inhibition of the immunoproteasome

Allardyce, D. 2018. Biochemical and computational studies towards selective inhibition of the immunoproteasome. Masters thesis Middlesex University Natural Sciences

Analysis of argyrin B binding at constitutive and immunoproteasome active sites using molecular modelling and kinetic assays

Allardyce, D., Bell, C. and Loizidou, E. 2017. Analysis of argyrin B binding at constitutive and immunoproteasome active sites using molecular modelling and kinetic assays. Computational Advances in Drug Discovery (Structure Based Drug Design). Lausanne, Switzerland 05 - 08 Sep 2017
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