R. Marshall Wilson, Ph.D.
Research Professor, Chemistry Department
Our research interests are directed towards photochemical application of lasers, primarily argon ion lasers, and fall into two broad categories: the laser synthesis of new materials and the development of reagents for the photochemical manipulation of biological systems. These include:
“The Vocabulary of Organic Chemistry”, 2nd Edition, Wiley-Interscience, 2005, with Milton Orchin, Allan Pinhas, and Roger Macomber.
“Photoaffinity Labeling with 8-Azidoadenosine and Its Derivatives: The Chemistry of Closed and Open Adenosine Diazaquinodimethanes”, Biochemistry, 2005, 44, 11241-11253, with Dmitrii Polshakov, Saroj Rai, Eric T. Mack, Martin Vogel, Jeanette Krause, Gotard Burdzinski, and Matthew S. Platz.
“DNA Photocleavage and Biological Activity of a Pyrene Dihydrodioxin”, Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters, 2005, 15, 2173-2176, with Eric T. Mack, Dagne Birzniece, Darren Veach, and William Coyle.
“Thermal and Photochemistry of a Pyrene Dihydrodioxin (PDHD) and Its Radical Cation: A Photoactivated Masking Group for ortho-Quinones”, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2004, 126, 15324, with Eric T. Mack, A. Björn Carle, and J. T.-M. Liang, W. Coyle.
Center for Photochemical Sciences
Bowling Green State University
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