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Francisco M. Raymo

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Chemistry (Arts & Sciences) University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL 
Area:
General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry
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http://www.as.miami.edu/chemistry/people/faculty/franisco-m-raymo/
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Zhang Y, Tang S, Ravelo L, et al. (2020) Far-red photoactivatable BODIPYs for the super-resolution imaging of live cells. Methods in Enzymology. 640: 131-147
Wang W, van Niekerk EA, Zhang Y, et al. (2020) Compact, "Clickable" Quantum Dots Photoligated with Multifunctional Zwitterionic Polymers for Immunofluorescence and In-Vivo Imaging. Bioconjugate Chemistry
Zhang Y, Raymo FM. (2020) Photoactivatable fluorophores for single-molecule localization microscopy of live cells. Methods and Applications in Fluorescence
Raymo FM, Zhang Y. (2020) Live-Cell Imaging at the Nanoscale with Bioconjugatable and Photoactivatable Fluorophores. Bioconjugate Chemistry
Sansalone L, Zhang Y, Mazza MMA, et al. (2019) High-Throughput Single-Molecule Spectroscopy Resolves the Conformational Isomers of BODIPY Chromophores. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters
Sansalone L, Bratsch-Prince J, Tang S, et al. (2019) Photopotentiation of the GABA receptor with caged diazepam. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Naren G, Hsu CW, Li S, et al. (2019) An all-photonic full color RGB system based on molecular photoswitches. Nature Communications. 10: 3996
Mazza MMA, Cardano F, Cusido J, et al. (2019) Ratiometric temperature sensing with fluorescent thermochromic switches. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England)
Zhang Y, Song KH, Tang S, et al. (2018) Far-Red Photoactivatable BODIPYs for the Super-Resolution Imaging of Live Cells. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Zhang Y, Tang S, Thapaliya ER, et al. (2018) Fluorescence activation with switchable oxazines. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England)
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