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Publikationen - ATTO Farbstoffe - ATTO 390

J.J. Babcock, L. Brancaleon, The Effect of Local Dynamics of Atto 390-Labeled Lysozyme on Fluorescence Anisotropy Modeling, Biopolymers 103, 285 (2015).

Z. Hashim, M. Green et al., Gd-containing conjugated polymer nanoparticles: bimodal nanoparticles for fluorscence and MRI imaging, Nanoscale 6, 8376 (2014).

I. Ziomkiewicz, A. Loman et al., Dynamic Conformational Transitions of the EGF Receptor in Living Mammalian Cells Determined by FRET and Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Microscopy, Cytometry A 83, 794 (2013).

R.K. Singh, D. Seliktar, A.J. Putnam, Capillary morphogenesis in PEG-collagen hydrogels, Biomaterials 34, 9331 (2013).

D. Luo, C. Kuang et al., Experimental investigations on fluorescence excitation and depletion of ATTO 390 dye, Optics Laser Techn. 45, 723 (2013).

Q. Li, S. Seeger, Multidonor Deep-UV FRET Study of Protein - Ligand Binding and its Potential to Obtain Structure Information, J. Phys. Chem. B 115, 13643 (2011).

C. Kuang, W. Zhao, G. Wang, Far-field optical nanoscopy based on continuous wave laser stimulated emission depletion, Rev. Sci. Instr. 81, 053709 (2010).

P. Howes, M. Green et al., Magnetic Conjugated Polymer Nanoparticles as Bimodal Imaging Agents, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 132, 9833 (2010).

P. Howes, M. Green et al., Phospholipid Encapsulated Semiconducting Polymer Nanoparticles: Their Use in Cell Imaging and Protein Attachment, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 132, 3989 (2010).

S. Corrie, P. Sova, G. Lawrie, B. Battersby, N. Kiviat, M. Trau, Development of a multiplexed bead-based assay for detection of DNA methylation in cancer-related genes, Mol. Biosystems 5, 262 (2009).

D. Kozak, A. Chen, M. Trau, Profiling Protein-Surface Interactions of Multicomponent Suspensions via Flow Cytometry, Langmuir 24, 1204 (2008).

G. Zauner, E. Lonardi, L. Bubacco, T.J. Aartsma et al., Tryptophan to Dye Fluorescence Energy Transfer Applied to Oxygen Sensing by Using Type-3 Copper Proteins, Chem. Eur. J. 13, 7085 (2007).