U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Daniel Appella
 

 Contact Info

 
Tel: 301-451-1052
Email: appellad@niddk.nih.gov
 

 Select Experience

 
  • Assistant ProfessorNorthwestern University2001-2004
  • Postdoctoral FellowMassachusetts Institute of Technology1998 – 2001
  • Ph.D.University of Wisconsin-Madison1998
 

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    Specialties
    • Chemistry/Chemical Biology

    ​Resources

    Patents, materials, and other research resources appear below. Some resources may be available for use through Material Transfer Agreements (MTAs) or licensing agreements.

    Resource Name Description
    PNA-Detection of Pathogens (U.S. Patent Number 13/592,490)

    The laboratory of Daniel Appella, PhD. has developed a prototype HIV testing kit that employs a peptide nucleic acid probe to capture HIV RNA recovered from patient blood.  The probe targets a highly conserved segment of the Gag sequence.   Initial…

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    Programmable self-assembled nanostructures based on sidechain-modified pna for the multivalent display of ligands (U.S. Patent Number EP 2569328 A2)

    The invention concerns compositions comprising strands of polynucleotide and strands of PNA, each PNA strand comprising:

    • (i) from 2 to 50 nucleobase subunits and
    • (ii) one or more gamma substituents.

    The PNA strands are complementary to at least a…

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    Anti-HIV Acylthiol & Thioether prodrugs (U.S. Patent Number 12/414,321)
    These inventions provide the compositions, pharmaceutical carrier, and usages of the new Acylthiols (E-329-2000 family) and Thioether pro-drug (E-177-2010 family) compounds in treatment of retroviral infections such as HIV. These compounds target the…
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