Yuewen Xu, Ph.D. - Publications

Affiliations: 
2011 Chemistry University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 
Area:
Supramolecular Chemistry, Nanomaterials, Bioorganic, Organic Photochemistry, Physical Organic Chemistry, and Crystal Engineering

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2016 Yang J, Li WH, An R, Wang YL, Xu Y, Chen J, Wang XF, Zhang XB, Li J, Ding WJ. Differentially expressed genes in heads and tails of Angelica sinensis diels: Focusing on ferulic acid metabolism. Chinese Journal of Integrative Medicine. PMID 27586474 DOI: 10.1007/s11655-016-2603-1  0.56
2016 Ye J, Cai X, Yang J, Sun X, Hu C, Xia J, Shen J, Su K, Yan H, Xu Y, Zhang Y, Zhang S, Yang L, Zhi H, Gao SP, et al. Bacillus as a potential diagnostic marker for yellow tongue coating. Scientific Reports. 6: 32496. PMID 27578261 DOI: 10.1038/srep32496  0.56
2010 Xu Y, Smith MD, Geer MF, Pellechia PJ, Brown JC, Wibowo AC, Shimizu LS. Thermal reaction of a columnar assembled diacetylene macrocycle. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 132: 5334-5. PMID 20337462 DOI: 10.1021/ja9107066  0.56
2009 Xu Y, Smith MD, Krause JA, Shimizu LS. Control of the intramolecular [2+2] photocycloaddition in a bis-stilbene macrocycle. The Journal of Organic Chemistry. 74: 4874-7. PMID 19462988 DOI: 10.1021/jo900443e  0.56
2009 Yang J, Dewal MB, Sobransingh D, Smith MD, Xu Y, Shimizu LS. Examination of the structural features that favor the columnar self-assembly of bis-urea macrocycles. The Journal of Organic Chemistry. 74: 102-10. PMID 19061419 DOI: 10.1021/jo801717w  0.56
2008 Dewal MB, Xu Y, Yang J, Mohammed F, Smith MD, Shimizu LS. Manipulating the cavity of a porous material changes the photoreactivity of included guests. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England). 3909-11. PMID 18726031 DOI: 10.1039/b805895d  0.56
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