Soren Preus

2013-2015 Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark 
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Füchtbauer AF, Preus S, Börjesson K, et al. (2017) Fluorescent RNA cytosine analogue - an internal probe for detailed structure and dynamics investigations. Scientific Reports. 7: 2393
Savic AG, Preus S, Rebecchi L, et al. (2016) New multivariate image analysis method for detection of differences in chemical and structural composition of chitin structures in tardigrade feeding apparatuses Zoomorphology. 135: 43-50
Hildebrandt LL, Preus S, Birkedal V. (2015) Quantitative single molecule FRET efficiencies using TIRF microscopy Faraday Discussions. 184: 131-142
Foller Larsen A, Dumat B, Wranne MS, et al. (2015) Development of bright fluorescent quadracyclic adenine analogues: TDDFT-calculation supported rational design. Scientific Reports. 5: 12653
Preus S, Noer SL, Hildebrandt LL, et al. (2015) ISMS: Single-molecule FRET microscopy software Nature Methods. 12: 593-594
Dumat B, Bood M, Wranne MS, et al. (2015) Second-generation fluorescent quadracyclic adenine analogues: environment-responsive probes with enhanced brightness Chemistry (Weinheim An Der Bergstrasse, Germany). 21: 4039-4048
Hildebrandt LL, Preus S, Zhang Z, et al. (2014) Single molecule FRET analysis of the 11 discrete steps of a DNA actuator. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 136: 8957-62
Preus S, Jønck S, Pittelkow M, et al. (2013) The photoinduced transformation of fluorescent DNA base analogue tC triggers DNA melting Photochemical and Photobiological Sciences. 12: 1416-1422
Preus S, Kilså K, Miannay FA, et al. (2013) FRETmatrix: a general methodology for the simulation and analysis of FRET in nucleic acids. Nucleic Acids Research. 41: e18
Burns JR, Preus S, Singleton DG, et al. (2012) A DNA based five-state switch with programmed reversibility. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England). 48: 11088-90
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