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Lipofection with estrone-based luminophores featuring aggregation-induced emission properties

Steffen Riebe, Alexander Zimmermann, Johannes Koch, Cecilia Vallet, Shirley K. Knauer, Andrea Sowa, Christoph Wölper, Jens Voskuhl
2020 RSC Advances  
A novel class of cationic amphiphiles based on estrone with aggregation-induced emission (AIE) properties is described which is able to transfect different cell lines. The AIE-effect is used to track the transfection process.
doi:10.1039/d0ra03608k pmid:35515436 pmcid:PMC9054052 fatcat:gsjkpzmr7jbnddni4k4ig5iiii

A glacier–ocean interaction model for tsunami genesis due to iceberg calving

Joshuah Wolper, Ming Gao, Martin P. Lüthi, Valentin Heller, Andreas Vieli, Chenfanfu Jiang, Johan Gaume
2021 Communications Earth & Environment  
As such, we adopt the non-associative flow rule proposed by Wolper et al. 31 to model the dynamic fracture of a variety of solids while ensuring volume preservation.  ...  The proposed deviatoric hardening variable is also different from that proposed by Wolper et al. 31 who used a non-physically based variable formed from simple geometric considerations.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s43247-021-00179-7 fatcat:hczzxmjrbnfoxhhjfhuefauusu

Linker Effects on Amino Acid and Peptide Recognition by Molecular Tweezers

Som Dutt, Constanze Wilch, Thomas Gersthagen, Christoph Wölper, Andrea Anna Sowislok, Frank-Gerrit Klärner, Thomas Schrader
2013 European Journal of Organic Chemistry  
Transition from monotopic symmetrical to ditopic unsymmetrical molecular recognition frequently occurs when a general powerful, but unspecific receptor molecule is transformed into a specific ditopic host. Especially in water, this endeavor is accompanied with great challenges, comprising inter alia host-guest orientation, orthogonal recognition modes and -the nature of the linker unit. This work represents a case study for a powerful general host for basic amino acids and peptides. The
more » ... cal molecular tweezer skeleton was systematically desymmetrized and modified with various common linker units, whose profound influence on the molecular recognition profile was studied in detail by NMR spectroscopy, fluorescence titrations, X-ray crystallography and molecular simulations. A number of diverse effects was discovered and could be attributed to the chemical nature of the different linkers. In general, long alkyl tethers block the tweezers cavity by van-der-Waals contacts to CH groups around its entrance; alkoxyalkyl tethers likewise lower tweezer affinities for basic amino acids by competing self-inclusion. As a general trend, affinities for linkers with ester and carboxylate moieties are substantially higher than those for tethers with ethers and alcohols, most likely, because the electron-rich carbonyl group keeps the cavity open. Additional hydrogen bonds between the linker unit and suitable amino acid or peptide guests greatly support the complexation process; finally high solvent polarity and salt load shift the binding equilibrium from external ion pairing to guest inclusion.
doi:10.1002/ejoc.201301211 fatcat:pobd4kuv4zg5pg6zwus7vw5noa

Incomplete Expansion of Palmaz-Schatz Stents despite High-Pressure Implantation Technique: Impact on Target Lesion Revascularization

Erwin Blessing, Dirk Hausmann, Matthias Sturm, Hans-Georg Wolpers, Ivo Amende, Andreas Mügge
1999 Cardiology  
Figure 1 shows the relation between minimal lumen area within the stents and the mean reference area; 89% of Blessing/Hausmann/Sturm/Wolpers/ Amende/Mügge the stents were smaller than the mean reference  ...  Stable/unstable/post-inf. angina 106 Cardiology 1999;91:102-108 Blessing/Hausmann/Sturm/Wolpers/ Amende/Mügge Table 2 . 2 Target lesion revascularization Group A Group B p 38/10/19 16/3  ... 
doi:10.1159/000006888 pmid:10449881 fatcat:ilgu5ocaunesjdg6pb6cn73g24

A glacier–ocean interaction model for tsunami genesis due to iceberg calving

Joshuah Wolper, Ming Gao, Martin P Lüthi, Valentin Heller, Andreas Vieli, Chenfanfu Jiang, Johan Gaume
2021
As such, we adopt the non-associative flow rule proposed by Wolper et al. 31 to model the dynamic fracture of a variety of solids while ensuring volume preservation.  ...  The proposed deviatoric hardening variable is also different from that proposed by Wolper et al. 31 who used a non-physically based variable formed from simple geometric considerations.  ... 
doi:10.5167/uzh-204822 fatcat:4chbs2m2mjdjpp7m3u3th3nqsm

Page 11 of Afterimage Vol. 22, Issue 6 [page]

1995 Afterimage  
Andrea Wolper, “Making Art, Reclaiming Lives: The Artist and Homeless Collaborative,” p. 259. Ibid, p. 251.  ...  Cited in Andrea Wolper, “Making Art, Reclaiming Lives: The Artist and Homeless Collaborative,” But is it Art? The Spirit of Art as Activism, Nina Felshin, ed., (Seattle: Bay Press, 1995), p. 258.  ... 

Mulheres no mundo muçulmano e o ativismo para os direitos humanos

Evelyn Faria da Silva Luz
2020 Malala  
Julie; Wolper, Andrea (Org.). Women`s Rights. Human Rigths: - spectives. Londres: Routledge,1995. p.11-16 Islamic Studies - - tents>. artigo  ...  Julie; Wolper, Andrea (Org.). Women`s Rights. Human Rigths: spectives. Londres: Routledge,1995. p.103-114 Um Diálogo com o Pensamento de Feminismo islâmico: Paulo, São Paulo, 2017. LOSANO, Mário.  ... 
doi:10.11606/issn.2446-5240.malala.2020.161807 fatcat:sbeefxw2nbh3dl2czt4axxvkeq

The Mur ϕ verification system [chapter]

David L. Dill
1996 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Hu, Andreas Drexler, Ralph Melton, C. Norris Ip, Seungjoon Park, and Ulrich Stern.  ...  The key is to find a bound on this probability, as Leroy and Wolper did.  ...  We have also been exploring probabilistic verification algorithms, originally based on ideas from Gerard Holzmann, Pierre Wolper, and Denis Leroy [Ho187, WL, WL93] , in which a small signature for each  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-61474-5_86 fatcat:settx4cbqncu3oo2ybrio2q7ni

Page 268 of Journal of World History Vol. 19, Issue 3 [page]

2008 Journal of World History  
Linder, ‘ Canine for Women: The Contri bution of Scandinavian Women at the UN, 1946-1966,” Scandinavian Studies, June 2001; nd essays in Julie Peters and Andrea Wolper, eds., Women’s Rights, Human Rights  ... 

Page 6166 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 94j [page]

1994 Mathematical Reviews  
oo nccsccccessnvacitecs 62105 TWN, cs ccccccvsccawcoasecpesd 62195 WHE, FON TE osvicsiscccscccsccacs 35031 Wolfmann, Jacques ING GEIR. cncscccsccencnccspesis * 68003 Wolfstahl, Yaron Wolfsthal, Yaron Wolpers  ...  , Andreas Wolter, Uwe MIN Seidietecdiia shes See Wood, Derick 68151,68260 WU TI BR ona ciccccncnescadewasen 05050 WORN BPs ccki cians 82034 See Wolfstahl, Yaron Woodside, C.  ... 

Page 2288 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 99c [page]

1991 Mathematical Reviews  
Mateusz de Wit, Bernard Wittenmark, Emma Wittum, G. de CAD ere 68116 Wojciechowski, Jerzy Wojtczak, Leszek a osc ov aece sanescscenten Wolf, Frauke Wolf, Kurt Bernardo Wolf, Michael Wolfmann, Jacques a Wolper  ...  Wentworth, Richard A. ............. 57044 RN hi cietidigu is nse tndafein\ chie Cases Werner, Andreas Werschulz, Arthur G. Sd CRN ee 81188-81189,81246 WR.  ... 

Page 404 of The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute Vol. 2, Issue 2 [page]

1996 The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute  
. £35.00 (cloth), £12.95 (paper) Peers, JULIE & ANDREA WOLPER (eds). Women’s rights, human rights: international feminist perspectives. x, 372 pp.  ... 

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2017 Zeitschrift für Naturforschung. B, A journal of chemical sciences  
Boom, Andreas W. Ehlers, Martin Nieger and J. Chris Slootweg Coordination of the ambiphilic phosphinoborane tBu 2 PCH 2 BPh 2 to Cu(I)Cl 781 Julia Volk, Bruno A.  ...  substituents 785 Daniel Rudolph und Thomas Schleid Die Europium(II)-Oxidhalogenide Eu 2 OBr 2 und Eu 2 OI 2 795 The europium(II) oxide halides Eu 2 OBr 2 and Eu 2 OI 2 Jessica Wiederkehr, Christoph Wölper  ... 
doi:10.1515/znb-2017-frontmatter11 fatcat:skvczgjunnbk3js3wuav3o4loe

Page 5353 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 94i [page]

1994 Mathematical Reviews  
Wolpers, A calculus for higher order procedures with global vari- ables (714-723); Ralf Treinen, Feature constraints with first-class features (734-743); Dorothea Wagner and Frank Wagner [Frank O.  ...  363-374); Maurice Margenstern, Nonerasing Turing ma- chines: a frontier between a decidable halting problem and uni- versality (375-385); Alexandru Mateescu, On scattered syntactic monoids (386-395); Andreas  ... 

Page 5242 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 98H [page]

1998 Mathematical Reviews  
(electronic)); Andrea Corradini and Reiko Heckel, A compositional approach to structuring and refinement of typed graph grammars (10 pp.  ...  (electronic)); Andrea Corra- dini, Concurrent computing: from Petri nets to graph grammars (15 pp. (electronic)); Bruno Courcelle, Logic and graphs (2 pp.  ... 
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