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Evaluation of Acridine Orange Derivatives as DNA-Targeted Radiopharmaceuticals for Auger Therapy: Influence of the Radionuclide and Distance to DNA


Edgar Pereira, Letícia do Quental, Elisa Palma et al.


A new family of 99mTc(I)- tricarbonyl complexes and 125I-heteroaromatic compounds bearing an acridine orange (AO) DNA targeting unit was evaluated for Auger therapy. …


High-Performance Regular Perovskite Solar Cells Employing Low-Cost Poly(ethylenedioxythiophene) as a Hole-Transporting Material


Xiaoqing Jiang, Ze Yu, Yuchen Zhang et al.


Herein, we successfully applied a facile in-situ solid-state synthesis of conducting polymer poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) (PEDOT) as a HTM, directly on top of the perovskite …


Electrical and photocatalytic properties of boron-doped ZnO nanostructure grown on PET–ITO flexible substrates by hydrothermal method


Wei Wang, Taotao Ai, Qi Yu


Boron-doped zinc oxide sheet-spheres were synthesized on PETITO flexible substrates using a hydrothermal method at 90 °C for 5 h. The results of X-ray diffraction and X-ray …


Experimental observation of spatially resolved photo-luminescence intensity distribution in dual mode upconverting nanorod bundles


Pawan Kumar, Satbir Singh, V. N. Singh et al.


A novel method for demonstration of photoluminescence intensity distribution in upconverting nanorod bundles using confocal microscopy is reported. Herein, a strategy for the …


Mechanism study on the sulfidation of ZnO with sulfur and iron oxide at high temperature


Junwei Han, Wei Liu, Tianfu Zhang et al.


The mechanism of ZnO sulfidation with sulfur and iron oxide at high temperatures was studied. The thermodynamic analysis, sulfidation behavior of zinc, phase transformations, …


Non-patchy strategy for inter-atomic distances from Extended X-ray Absorption Fine Structure


Gu Xu, Guifang Li, Xianya LI et al.


Extended X-ray Absorption Fine Structure (EXAFS) has been one of the few structural probes available for crystalline, non-crystalline and even highly disordered specimens. …


Corrigendum: Structural revisions of small molecules reported to cross-link G-quadruplex DNA in vivo reveal a repetitive assignment error in the literature


Paul E. Reyes-Gutiérrez, Tomáš Kapal, Blanka Klepetářová et al.



Millitesla magnetic field effects on the photocycle of an animal cryptochrome


Dean M. W. Sheppard, Jing Li, Kevin B. Henbest et al.


Drosophila have been used as model organisms to explore both the biophysical mechanisms of animal magnetoreception and the possibility that weak, low-frequency anthropogenic …


Photodeposited Pd Nanoparticles with Disordered Structure for Phenylacetylene Semihydrogenation


Qining Fan, Sha He, Lin Hao et al.


Developing effective heterogeneous metal catalysts with high selectivity and satisfactory activity for chemoselective hydrogenation of alkyne to alkene is of great importance in …


Phytoalexin Phenalenone Derivatives Inactivate Mosquito Larvae and Root-knot Nematode as Type-II Photosensitizer


Runjiang Song, Yian Feng, Donghui Wang et al.


Phytoalexins phenalenones (PNs) are phytochemicals biosynthesized inside the plant in responsive to exterior threat. PNs are excellent type-II photosensitizers, which efficiently …


A hybrid electrochemical device based on a synergetic inner combination of Li ion battery and Li ion capacitor for energy storage


Jun-Sheng Zheng, Lei Zhang, Annadanesh Shellikeri et al.


Li ion battery (LIB) and electrochemical capacitor (EC) are considered as the most widely used energy storage systems (ESSs) because they can produce a high energy density or a …


Lithium intercalation mechanism into FeF3·0.5H2O as a highly stable composite cathode material


Ghulam Ali, Ji–Hoon Lee, Wonyoung Chang et al.


The growing demand for lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) requires investigation of high-performance electrode materials with the advantages of being environmentally friendly and …


Aza-heterocyclic Receptors for Direct Electron Transfer Hemoglobin Biosensor


Vinay Kumar, D. M. Nikhila Kashyap, Suraj Hebbar et al.


Direct Electron Transfer biosensors, facilitating direct communication between the biomolecule of interest and electrode surface, are preferable compared to enzymatic and …

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