Makoto Fujita

Applied Chemistry University of Tokyo, Bunkyō-ku, Tōkyō-to, Japan 
"Makoto Fujita"

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Iwane M, Tada T, Osuga T, et al. (2018) Controlling stacking order and charge transport in π-stacks of aromatic molecules based on surface assembly. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England)
Mitsuhashi T, Kikuchi T, Hoshino S, et al. (2018) Crystalline Sponge Method Enabled the Investigation of a Prenyltransferase-terpene Synthase Chimeric Enzyme, Whose Product Exhibits Broadened NMR Signals. Organic Letters
Yamagami M, Sawada T, Fujita M. (2018) Synthetic β-barrel by metal-induced folding and assembly. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Wada N, Kersten R, Iwai T, et al. (2018) Crystalline Sponge-based Structural Analysis of Crude Natural Product Extracts. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English)
Kersten RD, Lee S, Fujita D, et al. (2017) A Red Algal Bourbonane Sesquiterpene Synthase Defined by Microgram-scale NMR-coupled Crystalline Sponge XRD Analysis. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Uchida J, Yoshio M, Sato S, et al. (2017) Self-Assembly of Giant Spherical Liquid-Crystalline Complexes and Formation of Nanostructured Dynamic Gels Exhibiting Self-Healing Properties. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English)
Yan K, Dubey R, Arai T, et al. (2017) Chiral Crystalline Sponges for the Absolute Structure Determination of Chiral Guests. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Lee S, Hoshino M, Fujita M, et al. (2017) Cycloelatanene A and B: absolute configuration determination and structural revision by the crystalline sponge method. Chemical Science. 8: 1547-1550
Zigon N, Kikuchi T, Ariyoshi J, et al. (2017) Structural elucidation of trace amounts of volatile compounds Using the crystalline sponge method. Chemistry, An Asian Journal
Sawada T, Yamagami M, Akinaga S, et al. (2017) Porous Peptide Complexes by a Folding-and-Assembly Strategy. Chemistry, An Asian Journal
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