Craig Woods

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1998 Chemistry University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 
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Withers F, Del Pozo Zamudio O, Schwarz S, et al. (2015) WSe2 light-emitting tunneling transistors with enhanced brightness at room temperature. Nano Letters
Mishchenko A, Cao Y, Yu GL, et al. (2015) Nonlocal Response and Anamorphosis: The Case of Few-Layer Black Phosphorus. Nano Letters
Cao Y, Mishchenko A, Yu GL, et al. (2015) Quality Heterostructures from Two-Dimensional Crystals Unstable in Air by Their Assembly in Inert Atmosphere. Nano Letters
Ben Shalom M, Zhu MJ, Fal’ko VI, et al. (2015) Quantum oscillations of the critical current and high-field superconducting proximity in ballistic graphene Nature Physics
Rosen MD, Woods CR, Goldberg SD, et al. (2009) Discovery of the first known small-molecule inhibitors of heme-regulated eukaryotic initiation factor 2alpha (HRI) kinase. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters. 19: 6548-51
Rosen MD, Hack MD, Allison BD, et al. (2008) Discovery of potent cholecystokinin-2 receptor antagonists: elucidation of key pharmacophore elements by X-ray crystallographic and NMR conformational analysis. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry. 16: 3917-25
Woods CR, Hack MD, Allison BD, et al. (2007) Synthesis and solid-phase purification of anthranilic sulfonamides as CCK-2 ligands. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters. 17: 6905-9
Allison BD, Phuong VK, McAtee LC, et al. (2006) Identification and optimization of anthranilic sulfonamides as novel, selective cholecystokinin-2 receptor antagonists. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. 49: 6371-90
Benaglia M, Ponzini F, Woods CR, et al. (2001) Synthesis of oligopyridines and their metal complexes as precursors to topological stereoisomers. Organic Letters. 3: 967-9
Toyota S, Woods CR, Benaglia M, et al. (2001) Tetranuclear Copper(I)-Biphenanthroline Gridwork: Violation of the Principle of Maximal Donor Coordination Caused by Intercalation and CH-to-N Forces This work was supported by the US National Science Foundation (CHE-9904275). We thank Professor Tammy Dwyer for assistance with the 2D NMR experiments. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English). 40: 751-754
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