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High density unaggregated Au nanoparticles on ZnO nanorod arrays function as efficient and recyclable photocatalysts for environmental purification.
High density AuNPs, dispersed perfectly on the ZNA surfaces, significantly improve the separation of the photogenerated electron-hole pairs, enlarge the reaction space, and consequently enhance the photocatalytic property for degradation of chemical pollutants.
Benzouracil-coumarin-arene conjugates as inhibiting agents for chikungunya virus.
Facile surface functionalization of nanodiamonds.
- I. P. Chang, K. Hwang, J. Ho, Chun‐Cheng Lin, R. Hwu, J. Horng
- ChemistryLangmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and…
- 2 March 2010
A facile process was developed to allow easy and rapid surface modification of NDs to become dispersible in either water or organic solvents using the same process.
Sequential one-pot enzymatic synthesis of oligo-N-acetyllactosamine and its multi-sialylated extensions.
A simple and efficient protocol for the preparative-scale synthesis of various lengths of oligo-N-acetyllactosamine (oligo-LacNAc) and its multi-sialylated extensions is described. The strategy…
Fabrication of highly stable glyco-gold nanoparticles and development of a glyco-gold nanoparticle-based oriented immobilized antibody microarray for lectin (GOAL) assay.
The results indicate that glyconanoparticles represent a versatile and highly sensitive method for detecting and probing the binding of glycan to proteins, with significant implications for the construction of a variety of platforms for the development of glyconAnoparticle-based biosensors.
Characterization of Meiothermus taiwanensis Galactokinase and its Use in the One-Pot Enzymatic Synthesis of Uridine Diphosphate-Galactose and the Chemoenzymatic Synthesis of the Carbohydrate Antigen…
The first characteriza- tion of a novel galactokinase from Meiothermus tai- wanensis sp.
Gold-nanostructured immunosensor for the electrochemical sensing of biotin based on liposomal competitive assay.
- J. Ho, Je-Kuan Chiu, Jiajin Hong, Chun‐Cheng Lin, K. Hwang, J. Hwu
- ChemistryJournal of nanoscience and nanotechnology
- 1 April 2009
This work describes the development of a cost-effective, easy-to-use, portable immunoanalytical platform technology with sufficient sensitivity for use in the detection of physiologically important…
A plate-based high-throughput activity assay for polysialyltransferase from Neisseria meningitidis.
Visible-light initiated copper(I)-catalysed oxidative C–N coupling of anilines with terminal alkynes: one-step synthesis of α-ketoamides
A highly atom efficient green process for the synthesis of α-ketoamides via visible-light induced copper(I) chloride catalysed direct oxidative Csp–N coupling reactions using commercially available alkynes and anilines at room temperature without the use of hazardous chemicals and harsh reaction conditions is reported.
Copper(i)-catalysed oxidative C-N coupling of 2-aminopyridine with terminal alkynes featuring a C[triple bond, length as m-dash]C bond cleavage promoted by visible light.
- A. Ragupathi, A. Sagadevan, Chun‐Cheng Lin, J. Hwu, K. Hwang
- Chemistry, BiologyChemical communications
- 27 September 2016
This reaction allows direct synthesis of biologically important pyridyl amides by utilization of commercially available starting materials without the need for bases/external oxidants.