David K. Leung, Ph.D.

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2001 Columbia University, New York, NY 
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physical organic chemistry
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Ronald Charles David Breslow grad student 2001 Columbia
 (I. Cyclodextrin dimers and timers in peptide binding, protein inhibition, and photodynamic cancer therapy. II. Studies toward synthesis of a stable symmetrical cyclopropenyl anion.)
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Leivers M, Tam I, Groves K, et al. (2004) A forbidden rearrangement. Organic Letters. 5: 3407-9
Leivers M, Tam I, Groves K, et al. (2003) A Forbidden Rearrangement Organic Letters. 5: 3407-3409
Yang J, Leung DK. (2002) Facile synthesis of beta-cyclodextrin dithiols. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters. 12: 169-70
Baugh SD, Yang Z, Leung DK, et al. (2001) Cyclodextrin dimers as cleavable carriers of photodynamic sensitizers. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 123: 12488-94
Leung DK, Atkins JH, Breslow R. (2001) Synthesis and binding properties of cyclodextrin trimers Tetrahedron Letters. 42: 6255-6258
Leung DK, Yang Z, Breslow R. (2000) Selective disruption of protein aggregation by cyclodextrin dimers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 97: 5050-3
Breslow R, Belvedere S, Gershell L, et al. (2000) The chelate effect in binding, catalysis, and chemotherapy Pure and Applied Chemistry. 72: 333-342
Breslow R, Belvedere S, Gershell L, et al. (2000) The chelate effect in binding, catalysis, and chemotherapy Pure and Applied Chemistry. 72: 333-342
Ruebner A, Yang Z, Leung D, et al. (1999) A cyclodextrin dimer with a photocleavable linker as a possible carrier for the photosensitizer in photodynamic tumor therapy Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 96: 14692-14693
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