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Faculty and Staff Research Publications: Bolden, Sidney, Jr.

This guide provides information on the publications of Bethune-Cookman University Faculty, Administration, and Staff.

Selected Publications

1. Structure-activity relationship (SAR) and preliminary mode of action studies of 3-substituted benzylthioquinolinium iodide as anti-opportunistic infection agents.

Bolden S Jr, Zhu XY, Etukala JR, Boateng C, Mazu T, Flores-Rozas H, Jacob MR, Khan SI, Walker LA, Ablordeppey SY.

Eur J Med Chem. 2013;70:130-42. doi: 10.1016/j.ejmech.2013.09.044.

2. CoMFA studies and in vitro evaluation of some 3-substituted benzylthio quinolinium salts as anticryptococcal agents.

Bolden S, Boateng CA, Zhu XY, Etukala JR, Eyunni SK, Jacob MR, Khan SI, Ablordeppey SY.

Bioorg Med Chem. 2013 Nov 15;21(22):7194-201. doi: 10.1016/j.bmc.2013.08.043.


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Library Tags

Tags: SchoolofSEM ,  curefacultymentor2017

Sidney Bolden, Jr., Ph.D


Assistant Professor, Chemistry


Office Location: John O. Gross Science Hall/School of Science and Mathematics Room 222
Office Phone: 386 481-2321
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  • Ph.D., Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • B.S. Biochemistry

 Current research interests:

  • The PIs research interests include developing analytical methods to mitigate health disparities in prostate cancer (PCa) research and plant metabolomics for drug discovery. Our work will combine untargeted high resolution accurate mass (HRAM) and targeted multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) liquid chromatography coupled to mass spectrometry (LCMS) for biomarker discovery.
  • The PI is also interested in developing 1H-NMR metabolomics workflows for qualitative analysis of natural products. The Bolden laboratory is actively seeking collaboration with plant pathologists, proteomics/metabolomics researchers, and other basic/translational research scientists to enrich undergraduate student research experience.