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|07/2016:||David, Christian and Nadine presented their work at the 23rd IUPAC Conference on Physical Organic Chemistry in Sydney. Nadine and Christian won a poster price.|
|06/2016:||Leonora, Larissa and Christoph join the group.|
|01/2016:||Ulrike and Yannic join the working group.|
|12/2015:||We wish you a merry christmas and a happy new year 2016.|
|11/2015:||Philipp received the publication award of the Karlsruhe School of Optics and Photonics (KSOP).|
Substitution of metallocene with [2.2]-paracyclophane to enable confocal microscopy imaging in living cells
J. Skiba, C. Schmidt, P. Lippmann, P. Ensslen, H.-A. Wagenknecht, R. Czerwieniec, F. Brandl, I. Ott, T. Bernas, B. Krawczyk, D. Szczukocki, K. Kowalski, Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 2016, in press.
Two wavelength-shifting molecular beacons for simultaneous and selective imaging of vesicular miRNA-21 and miRNA-31 in living cancer cells
P. R. Bohländer, M. L. Abba, F. Bestvater, H. Allgayer, H.-A. Wagenknecht, Org. Biomol. Chem. 2016, in press.
Synthetic Wavelength-Shifting Fluorescent Probes of Nucleic Acids
C. Schwechheimer, M.Merkel, P. R. Bohländer, H.-A. Wagenknecht
in: K. Nakatani, Y. Tor (Eds.)
Modified Nucleic Acids
2016, Springer International Publishing Switzerland.
Synthesis of wavelength-shifting DNA hybridization probes by using photostable cyanine dyesS. Arndt, H.-K. Walter, H.-A. Wagenknecht, JoVE 2016, in press.
Nucleic acid chemistry:
New building blocks and postsynthetic methodologies
Sustainability by light and organic dyes
Fluorescent DNA and RNA:
Photostability and cellular imaging of nucleic acids
Biomolecular architectures with optical and electronic functionalities