Dennis T. Bong

Affiliations: 
Chemistry and Biochemistry Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
Area:
organic chemistry at interfaces, particularly lipid membranes
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Parents

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K. Peter C. Vollhardt research assistant 1991-1994 UC Berkeley
M. Reza Ghadiri grad student 2001 Scripps Institute
 (I. Mechanistic insights into non-enveloped virus transfection. II. Templating peptide tertiary folds by design.)
Ronald Charles David Breslow post-doc 2001-2004 Columbia

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Kitty Agarwal grad student 2014 Ohio State
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Bong DT, Chan EW, Diercks R, et al. (2004) Syntheses of syn and anti doublebent [5]phenylene. Organic Letters. 6: 2249-52
Bong DT, Gentric L, Holmes D, et al. (2002) Synthesis of bent [4]phenylene (cyclobuta[1,2-a:3,4-b']bisbiphenylene) and structure of a bis(trimethylsilyl) derivative: the last [4]phenylene isomer. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England). 278-9
Bong DT, Ghadiri MR. (2001) Self-Assembling Cyclic Peptide Cylinders as Nuclei for Crystal Engineering. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English). 40: 2163-2166
Bong DT, Ghadiri MR. (2001) Chemoselective Pd(0)-catalyzed peptide coupling in water. Organic Letters. 3: 2509-11
Bong DT, Ghadiri MR. (2001) Self-Assembling Cyclic Peptide Cylinders as Nuclei for Crystal Engineering This work was supported in part by the Office of Naval Research and the National Institutes of Health (GM 52190). We thank R.K. Chadja for crystallographic analysis and N. Kresge for assistance with computer graphics representations. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English). 40: 2163-2166
Bong DT, Janshoff A, Steinem C, et al. (2000) Membrane partitioning of the cleavage peptide in flock house virus. Biophysical Journal. 78: 839-45
Bong DT, Steinem C, Janshoff A, et al. (1999) A highly membrane-active peptide in Flock House virus: implications for the mechanism of nodavirus infection. Chemistry & Biology. 6: 473-81
Janshoff A, Bong DT, Steinem C, et al. (1999) An animal virus-derived peptide switches membrane morphology: possible relevance to nodaviral transfection processes. Biochemistry. 38: 5328-36
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