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A Quantum Dot Conjugated Sugar Ball and Its Cellular Uptake. On the Size Effects of Endocytosis in the Subviral Region
Fumio Osaki;Takuya Kanamori;Shinsuke Sando;Takashi Sera.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2004)
Helical Coordination Polymers from Achiral Components in Crystals. Homochiral Crystallization, Homochiral Helix Winding in the Solid State, and Chirality Control by Seeding
Takayoshi Ezuhara;Ken Endo,†,‡ and;Yasuhiro Aoyama.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1999)
Molecular recognition. 5. Molecular recognition of sugars via hydrogen-bonding interaction with a synthetic polyhydroxy macrocycle
Yasuhiro Aoyama;Yasutaka Tanaka;Shuji Sugahara.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1989)
Guest-Binding Properties of Organic Crystals Having an Extensive Hydrogen-Bonded Network: An Orthogonal Anthracene-Bis(resorcinol) Derivative as a Functional Organic Analog of Zeolites
Ken Endo;Tomoya Sawaki;Masayuki Koyanagi;Kenji Kobayashi.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1995)
Polar host-guest interaction. Binding of nonionic polar compounds with a resorcinol-aldehyde cyclooligomer as a lipophilic polar host
Yasuhiro. Aoyama;Yasutaka. Tanaka;Hiroo. Toi;Hisanobu. Ogoshi.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1988)
Complexation of hydrophobic sugars and nucleosides in water with tetrasulfonate derivatives of resorcinol cyclic tetramer having a polyhydroxy aromatic cavity: importance of guest-host CH-.pi. interaction
Kenji Kobayashi;Yuji Asakawa;Yasushi Kato;Yasuhiro Aoyama.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1992)
CH-.pi. interaction as an important driving force of host-guest complexation in apolar organic media. Binding of monools and acetylated compounds to resorcinol cyclic tetramer as studied by proton NMR and circular dichroism spectroscopy
Kenji Kobayashi;Yuji Asakawa;Yasuaki Kikuchi;Hiroo Toi.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1993)
Protein refolding assisted by self-assembled nanogels as novel artificial molecular chaperone
Yuta Nomura;Masahiro Ikeda;Nozomi Yamaguchi;Yasuhiro Aoyama.
FEBS Letters (2003)
Artificial viruses and their application to gene delivery. Size-controlled gene coating with glycocluster nanoparticles.
Yasuhiro Aoyama;Takuya Kanamori;Takashi Nakai;Toshinori Sasaki.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2003)
Catalysis by Organic Solids. Stereoselective Diels−Alder Reactions Promoted by Microporous Molecular Crystals Having an Extensive Hydrogen-Bonded Network
Ken Endo;Takashi Koike;Tomoya Sawaki;Osamu Hayashida.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1997)
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