Dr. Guillermo Delgado Lamas

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Department of Natural Products

Researcher
Address: Circuito Exterior s/n, Ciudad Universitaria. Delegación Coyoacán,  C.P. 04510
México, D.F.

Phone: +52 (55) 56-22-44-45 / +52 (55) 56-22-44-46
Fax: +52 (55) 56-16-22-17

 

ACADEMIC SUMMARY

Dr. Guillermo Delgado Lamas is a chemist graduated from the Faculty of Chemistry of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), where he also studied a Master Degree and a PHD in Chemistry Science, specialized in Organic Chemistry, under the tutelage of Dr. Alfonso Romo de Vivar. He also did temporary appointments in the Department of Chemistry of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zürich, at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) in La Jolla, California, USA, under the tutelage of Prof. Albert Eschenmoser.

RESEARCH TOPICS 

The research topics comprehend the determination of the molecular structure; stereochemistry, chemical reactions, biogenesis, biotransformation, semisynthesis and bioactivity of products obtained from several natural sources. These studies include the analysis of vegetal species commonly use in agronomics, food, drugs, among others. These researches aim to the understanding of the molecular mechanism that operates in nature and to establishing the liaison between molecular structures and bioactivity

TEACHING ACTIVITIES

Doctor Guillermo Delgado has been an advisor of 42 Bachelor Degree, 31 master degrees and 8 PHD dissertations. He teaches organic chemistry for bachelor courses and post graduate studies. He is an accredit tutor for the Postgraduate Program for Chemistry Science and Biomedical Science, both at UNAM.

He is currently available to tutor students.  

Recent PHD Theses:

Transformation of the Natural Phthalide: Diligustilide, Toquinólida B Z-Ligustilide.
Beatriz Quiroz García (2004).

Structural Chemistry and Analysis of Chiroptera of Cytotoxic Terpenoids based on select species form Croton and Jatropha (Euphorbiaceae).
Edgar Abraham García Zepeda (2006).

Research of Substances with Antioxidant Activity and Antihiperglicemic of Select Species, from the Fabaceae Family, used in Traditional Medicine.
José Manuel Narváez Mastache (2007).

AWARDS AND HONORS

Distinction from the National University for Young Teachers in the Natural Science Research Field, 1989.

Exact Science Research Award, from the Mexican Academy of Science, 1992.

National Chemistry Award Andrés M. del Río, awarded by the Mexican Chemical Society, 2003.

Editor of the Journal of the Mexican Chemical Society (1996-2006).

Coordinator of the Master and PhD Program of Chemical Science at UNAM (2005-2007).

President (2007-2009) and Vicepresident (2005-2007) of the Mexican Chemical Society.

Member of the National Research System, since 1984, where he is currently level III.


RECENT PUBLICATIONS

  • Antioxidant evaluation of Eysenhardtia species (Fabaceae): relay synthesis of 3-O-Acetyl-11? ,12? -epoxy-oleanan-28,13? -olide isolated from E. platycarpa and its protective effect in experimental diabetes. Narváez-Mastache, J. M.; Soto, C.; Delgado, G. Biological & Pharmaceutical Bulletin 30, 1503-1510, 2007.
  • Antioxidant aryl-prenylcoumarin, flavan-3-ols and flavonoids from Eysenhardtia subcoriacea. Narváez-Mastache, J. M.; Novillo, F.; Delgado, G. Phytochemistry 69, 451-456, 2008.
  • The Effect of Environment on Molecular Structure: the Crystalline-State Stereochemistry of N-methylated Adamantane 1,3-Diammonium Salts. Ergaz, I.; Toscano, R. A.; Delgado, G.; Steinberg, A.; Glaser, R. Crystal Growth and Design 8, 1399-1405, 2008.
  • Sesquiterpene Lactones, Acyl Phenyl Propanoids and Other Constituents from Schkuhria pinnata var. wislizeni. Antioxidant Evaluation.
  • León, A.; Reyes, B. M.; Chávez, M. I.; Toscano, R. A.; Delgado, G. Journal of the Mexican Chemical Society 53, 192-200, 2009.
  • Biotransformation of Sclareolide by filamentous fungi; cytotoxic evaluations of the derivatives. Cano, A.; Ramírez-Apan, M. T.; Delgado, G. J. Braz. Chem. Soc. 2011, 22, 1177.
  • León, A.; Chávez, M.I.; Delgado, G. 1H and DOSY NMR spectroscopy analysis of Licusticum porteri rhizome extracts. Magn. Res. Chem. 2011, 49, 469-476.
  • León, A.; Toscano, R. A., Cogordán, J. A.; Delgado, G. Differentiated cyclization of the ketoacid derived from Tokinolide B. Heterocycles 2011, 82, 1567.
  • León, A.; Toscano, R. A.; Tortoriello, J.; Delgado, G. Phthalides and other constituents from Ligusticum porteri. Sedative and spasmolytic activities of some natural products and derivatives. Nat. Prod. Res. 2011, 25, 1234-1242.
  • Torres-Gurrola, G.; Delgado-Lamas, G.; Espinosa-García, F. J. The foliar chemical profile of criollo avocado, Persea americana var. drymifolia (Lauraceae), and its relationship with the incidence of a gall-forming insect, Trioza ancepts (Triozidac). Biochem. Syst. Ecol. 2011, 39, 102-111.
  • León, A.; Cogordán, J. A.; Sterner, O.; Delgado, G. Enantiomeric derivatives of Tokinolide B: Absolute configuration and biological properties. J. Nat. Prod. 2012, 75, 859-864.

 

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