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Rosenstein, B.; Shirakov, A.; Belker, D.; Ishaaya, A.A. 2015: Highly efficient 10  cm long fiber laser. Optics Letters 40(3): 407-410
Antipov, O.; Novikov, A.; Larin, S.; Obronov, I. 2016: Highly efficient 2  μm CW and Q-switched Tm3+:Lu2O3 ceramics lasers in-band pumped by a Raman-shifted erbium fiber laser at 1670  nm. Optics Letters 41(10): 2298-2301
Piehler, S.; Dietrich, T.; Rumpel, M.; Graf, T.; Ahmed, M.A. 2016: Highly efficient 400  W near-fundamental-mode green thin-disk laser. Optics Letters 41(1): 171-174
Gou, Y.; Zhou, R.; Ye, X.; Gao, S.; Li, X. 2015: Highly efficient in vitro biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles using Lysinibacillus sphaericus MR-1 and their characterization. Science and Technology of Advanced Materials 16(1): 015004
Equbal, A.; Basse, K.; Nielsen, N.C. 2016: Highly efficient 19F heteronuclear decoupling in solid-state NMR spectroscopy using supercycled refocused-CW irradiation. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics: Pccp 18(45): 30990-30997
Zhang, C.; Meng, X.; Wei, X.; Lu, L. 2016: Highly efficient CRISPR mutagenesis by microhomology-mediated end joining in Aspergillus fumigatus. Fungal Genetics and Biology: Fg and B 86: 47-57
Lee, N.C.O.; Larionov, V.; Kouprina, N. 2015: Highly efficient CRISPR/Cas9-mediated TAR cloning of genes and chromosomal loci from complex genomes in yeast. Nucleic Acids Research 43(8): E55
Liu, T.-t.; Fan, D.; Ran, L.-y.; Jiang, Y.-z.; Liu, R.; Luo, K.-m. 2015: Highly efficient CRISPR/Cas9-mediated targeted mutagenesis of multiple genes in Populus. Yi Chuan 37(10): 1044-1052
Wang, B.; Li, K.; Wang, A.; Reiser, M.; Saunders, T.; Lockey, R.F.; Wang, J.-W. 2015: Highly efficient CRISPR/HDR-mediated knock-in for mouse embryonic stem cells and zygotes. Biotechniques 59(4): 201
Gantz, V.M.; Jasinskiene, N.; Tatarenkova, O.; Fazekas, A.; Macias, V.M.; Bier, E.; James, A.A. 2015: Highly efficient Cas9-mediated gene drive for population modification of the malaria vector mosquito Anopheles stephensi. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 112(49): E6736-E6743
Shen, L.; Xu, C.; Qi, X.; Cao, Y.; Tang, J.; Zheng, Y.; Jiang, L. 2016: Highly efficient CuxO/TiO2 catalysts: controllable dispersion and isolation of metal active species. Dalton Transactions 45(11): 4491-4495
Han, Q.; Yao, Y.; Chen, Y.; Liu, F.; Liu, T.; Xiao, H. 2015: Highly efficient Er/Yb-codoped fiber amplifier with an Yb-band fiber Bragg grating. Optics Letters 40(11): 2634-2636
Granzin, M.; Stojanovic, A.; Miller, M.; Childs, R.; Huppert, V.; Cerwenka, A. 2016: Highly efficient IL-21 and feeder cell-driven ex vivo expansion of human NK cells with therapeutic activity in a xenograft mouse model of melanoma. Oncoimmunology 5(9): E1219007
Kamińska, A.; Witkowska, E.; Kowalska, A.; Skoczyńska, A.; Gawryszewska, I.; Guziewicz, E.żb.; Snigurenko, D.; Waluk, J. 2016: Highly efficient SERS-based detection of cerebrospinal fluid neopterin as a diagnostic marker of bacterial infection. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 408(16): 4319-4327
Yao, W.; Wu, F.; Zhao, Y.; Chen, H.; Xu, X.; Shen, D. 2016: Highly efficient Tm:CaYAlO4 laser in-band pumped by a Raman fiber laser at 1.7  μm. Applied Optics 55(14): 3730-3733
Jain, D.; Alam, S.; Jung, Y.; Barua, P.; Velazquez, M.N.; Sahu, J.K. 2015: Highly efficient Yb-free Er-La-Al doped ultra-low NA large mode area single-trench fiber laser. Optics Express 23(22): 28282-28287
Guo, C.; Yu, H.; Feng, B.; Gao, W.; Yan, M.; Zhang, Z.; Li, Y.; Liu, S. 2015: Highly efficient ablation of metastatic breast cancer using ammonium-tungsten-bronze nanocube as a novel 1064 nm-laser-driven photothermal agent. Biomaterials 52: 407-416
Silva, P.N.; Atto, Z.; Regeenes, R.; Tufa, U.; Chen, Y.Y.; Chan, W.C.W.; Volchuk, A.; Kilkenny, D.M.; Rocheleau, J.V. 2016: Highly efficient adenoviral transduction of pancreatic islets using a microfluidic device. Lab on a Chip 16(15): 2921-2934
Sewu, D.D.; Boakye, P.; Woo, S.H. 2017: Highly efficient adsorption of cationic dye by biochar produced with Korean cabbage waste. Bioresource Technology 224: 206-213
Sasano, Y.; Kogure, N.; Nishiyama, T.; Nagasawa, S.; Iwabuchi, Y. 2015: Highly efficient aerobic oxidation of alcohols by using less-hindered nitroxyl-radical/copper catalysis: optimum catalyst combinations and their substrate scope. Chemistry An Asian Journal 10(4): 1004-1009
Kovalenko, O.O.; Adolfsson, H. 2015: Highly efficient and chemoselective zinc-catalyzed hydrosilylation of esters under mild conditions. Chemistry 21(7): 2785-2788
Kim, M.; Jeon, S.K.; Hwang, S.-H.; Lee, S.-s.; Yu, E.; Lee, J.Y. 2016: Highly efficient and color tunable thermally activated delayed fluorescent emitters using a "twin emitter" molecular design. Chemical Communications 52(2): 339-342
Schweiger, D.; Schoelermann, A.M.; Filbry, A.; Hamann, T.; Moser, C.; Rippke, F. 2015: Highly efficient and compatible shampoo for use after hair transplant. Clinical Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology 8: 355-360
Yang, T.; Zhu, H.; Wan, M.; Dong, L.; Zhang, M.; Du, M. 2016: Highly efficient and durable PtCo alloy nanoparticles encapsulated in carbon nanofibers for electrochemical hydrogen generation. Chemical Communications 52(5): 990-993
Kim, H.; Cho, M.K.; Kwon, J.A.; Jeong, Y.H.; Lee, K.J.; Kim, N.Y.; Kim, M.J.; Yoo, S.J.; Jang, J.H.; Kim, H.-J.; Nam, S.W.; Lim, D.-H.; Cho, E.; Lee, K.-Y.; Kim, J.Y. 2015: Highly efficient and durable TiN nanofiber electrocatalyst supports. Nanoscale 7(44): 18429-18434
Last, D.; Müller, J.; Dawood, A.W.H.; Moldenhauer, E.J.; Pavlidis, I.V.; Bornscheuer, U.T. 2016: Highly efficient and easy protease-mediated protein purification. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 100(4): 1945-1953
Choi, S.-H.; Jeong, W.-j.; Choi, S.-j.; Lim, Y.-b. 2015: Highly efficient and fast pre-activation cyclization of the long peptide: Succinimidyl ester-amine reaction revisited. Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters 25(22): 5335-5338
Yesilkoy, F.; Ueno, R.; Desbiolles, B.X.E.; Grisi, M.; Sakai, Y.; Kim, B.J.; Brugger, J. 2016: Highly efficient and gentle trapping of single cells in large microfluidic arrays for time-lapse experiments. Biomicrofluidics 10(1): 014120
Long, D.; Lu, W.; Hao, Z.; Xiang, Z.; Zhao, A. 2016: Highly efficient and inducible DNA excision in transgenic silkworms using the FLP/FRT site-specific recombination system. Transgenic Research 25(6): 795-811
Dai, M.; Ma, L.; Xu, Y.; Lu, M.; Liu, X.; Chen, Y. 2015: Highly efficient and perfectly vertical chip-to-fiber dual-layer grating coupler. Optics Express 23(2): 1691-1698
Dong, T.; Cao, S.; Xu, G. 2017: Highly efficient and recyclable depth filtrating system using structured kapok filters for oil removal and recovery from wastewater. Journal of Hazardous Materials 321: 859-867
Li, W.; Wu, H.; Liu, B.; Hou, X.; Wan, D.; Lou, W.; Zhao, J. 2015: Highly efficient and regioselective synthesis of dihydromyricetin esters by immobilized lipase. Journal of Biotechnology 199: 31-37
Martins, L.M.D.R.S.; Ribeiro, A.P.C.; Carabineiro, S.A.C.; Figueiredo, J.L.; Pombeiro, A.J.L. 2016: Highly efficient and reusable CNT supported iron(ii) catalyst for microwave assisted alcohol oxidation. Dalton Transactions 45(16): 6816-6819
Wu, R.; Li, L.; Deng, C. 2016: Highly efficient and selective enrichment of glycopeptides using easily synthesized magG/PDA/Au/l-Cys composites. Proteomics 16(9): 1311-1320
Wang, S.; Thomas, A.; Lee, E.; Yang, S.; Cheng, X.; Liu, Y. 2016: Highly efficient and selective isolation of rare tumor cells using a microfluidic chip with wavy-herringbone micro-patterned surfaces. Analyst 141(7): 2228-2237
Qamar, M.; Elsayed, R.B.; Alhooshani, K.R.; Ahmed, M.I.; Bahnemann, D.W. 2015: Highly efficient and selective oxidation of aromatic alcohols photocatalyzed by nanoporous hierarchical Pt/Bi2WO6 in organic solvent-free environment. Acs Applied Materials and Interfaces 7(2): 1257-1269
Li, T.-T.; Li, F.-M.; Zhao, W.-L.; Tian, Y.-H.; Chen, Y.; Cai, R.; Fu, W.-F. 2015: Highly efficient and selective photocatalytic oxidation of sulfide by a chromophore-catalyst dyad of ruthenium-based complexes. Inorganic Chemistry 54(1): 183-191
Gao, W.-Z.; Xu, Y.; Chen, Y.; Fu, W.-F. 2015: Highly efficient and selective photocatalytic reduction of nitroarenes using the Ni2P/CdS catalyst under visible-light irradiation. Chemical Communications 51(67): 13217-13220
Guan, J.; Song, Y. 2016: Highly efficient and selective pressure-assisted photon-induced polymerization of styrene. Journal of Chemical Physics 144(21): 214904
Zhu, W.; Xiao, S.; Zhang, D.; Liu, P.; Zhou, H.; Dai, W.; Liu, F.; Li, H. 2015: Highly efficient and stable Au/CeO2-TiO2 photocatalyst for nitric oxide abatement: potential application in flue gas treatment. Langmuir 31(39): 10822-10830
Lockhart de la Rosa, C.és.J.; Nourbakhsh, A.; Heyne, M.; Asselberghs, I.; Huyghebaert, C.; Radu, I.; Heyns, M.; De Gendt, S. 2017: Highly efficient and stable MoS2 FETs with reversible n-doping using a dehydrated poly(vinyl-alcohol) coating. Nanoscale 9(1): 258-265
Xu, Z.; Yu, Y.; Liu, H.; Niu, J. 2017: Highly efficient and stable Zr-doped nanocrystalline PbO2 electrode for mineralization of perfluorooctanoic acid in a sequential treatment system. Science of the Total Environment 579: 1600-1607
Liu, J.; Wu, X.; Shi, X.; Wang, J.; Min, Z.; Wang, Y.; Yang, M.; He, G. 2015: Highly efficient and stable electron injection layer for inverted organic light-emitting diodes. Acs Applied Materials and Interfaces 7(12): 6438-6443
Li, M.; Li, P.; Chang, K.; Wang, T.; Liu, L.; Kang, Q.; Ouyang, S.; Ye, J. 2015: Highly efficient and stable photocatalytic reduction of CO2 to CH4 over Ru loaded NaTaO3. Chemical Communications 51(36): 7645-7648
Liu, H.; Xu, B.; Liu, J.-M.; Yin, J.; Miao, F.; Duan, C.-G.; Wan, X.G. 2016: Highly efficient and ultrastable visible-light photocatalytic water splitting over ReS2. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics: Pccp 18(21): 14222-14227
Peng, C.-C.; Zhang, M.-J.; Sun, X.-X.; Cai, X.-J.; Chen, Y.; Chen, W.-H. 2016: Highly efficient anion transport mediated by 1,3-bis(benzimidazol-2-yl)benzene derivatives bearing electron-withdrawing substituents. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry 14(35): 8232-8236
Wu, H.-X.; Tan, L.; Tang, Z.-W.; Yang, M.-Y.; Xiao, J.-Y.; Liu, C.-J.; Zhuo, R.-X. 2015: Highly efficient antibacterial surface grafted with a triclosan-decorated poly(N-hydroxyethylacrylamide) brush. Acs Applied Materials and Interfaces 7(12): 7008-7015
Kong, D.; Li, M.; Wang, R.; Zi, G.; Hou, G. 2016: Highly efficient asymmetric hydrogenation of cyano-substituted acrylate esters for synthesis of chiral γ-lactams and amino acids. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry 14(4): 1216-1220
Zupanič Pajnič, I.; Debska, M.; Gornjak Pogorelc, B.; Vodopivec Mohorčič, K.; Balažic, J.že.; Zupanc, T.ž; Štefanič, B.; Geršak, K. 2016: Highly efficient automated extraction of DNA from old and contemporary skeletal remains. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine 37: 78-86
Sander, A.C.; Maji, S.; Francàs, L.; Böhnisch, T.; Dechert, S.; Llobet, A.; Meyer, F. 2015: Highly efficient binuclear ruthenium catalyst for water oxidation. Chemsuschem 8(10): 1697-1702
Duan, L.; Wang, L.; Li, F.; Li, F.; Sun, L. 2015: Highly efficient bioinspired molecular Ru water oxidation catalysts with negatively charged backbone ligands. Accounts of Chemical Research 48(7): 2084-2096
Zhou, P.; Ye, L.; Xie, W.; Lv, X.; Yu, H. 2015: Highly efficient biosynthesis of astaxanthin in Saccharomyces cerevisiae by integration and tuning of algal crtZ and bkt. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 99(20): 8419-8428
Senf, F.; Bijkerk, F.; Eggenstein, F.; Gwalt, G.; Huang, Q.; Kruijs, R.; Kutz, O.; Lemke, S.; Louis, E.; Mertin, M.; Packe, I.; Rudolph, I.; Schäfers, F.; Siewert, F.; Sokolov, A.; Sturm, J.M.; Waberski, C.; Wang, Z.; Wolf, J.; Zeschke, T.; Erko, A. 2016: Highly efficient blazed grating with multilayer coating for tender X-ray energies. Optics Express 24(12): 13220-13230
Li, X.-L.; Ouyang, X.; Chen, D.; Cai, X.; Liu, M.; Ge, Z.; Cao, Y.; Su, S.-J. 2016: Highly efficient blue and warm white organic light-emitting diodes with a simplified structure. Nanotechnology 27(12): 124001
Tang, B.; Zhang, H.; Ye, K.; Zhang, H.; Wang, Y. 2016: Highly efficient blue solid emitters and tautomerization-induced ON/OFF fluorescence switching based on structurally simple 3(5)-phenol-1H-pyrazoles. Chemical Communications 52(89): 13128-13131
Treadway, J.W.; Wyndham, K.D.; Jorgenson, J.W. 2015: Highly efficient capillary columns packed with superficially porous particles via sequential column packing. Journal of Chromatography. a 1422: 345-349
Xue, P.; Wu, Y.; Guo, J.; Kang, Y. 2015: Highly efficient capture and harvest of circulating tumor cells on a microfluidic chip integrated with herringbone and micropost arrays. Biomedical Microdevices 17(2): 39
Hu, J.; Menyuk, C.R.; Wei, C.; Brandon Shaw, L.; Sanghera, J.S.; Aggarwal, I.D. 2015: Highly efficient cascaded amplification using Pr(3+)-doped mid-infrared chalcogenide fiber amplifiers. Optics Letters 40(16): 3687-3690
Cheung, S.; Kawakita, Y.; Shang, K.; Yoo, S.J.B. 2015: Highly efficient chip-scale III-V/silicon hybrid optical amplifiers. Optics Express 23(17): 22431-22443
Li, Z.; Li, T.; An, L.; Fu, P.; Gao, C.; Zhang, Z. 2016: Highly efficient chromium(VI) adsorption with nanofibrous filter paper prepared through electrospinning chitosan/polymethylmethacrylate composite. Carbohydrate Polymers 137: 119-126
Samuel, E.L.G.; Marcano, D.C.; Berka, V.; Bitner, B.R.; Wu, G.; Potter, A.; Fabian, R.H.; Pautler, R.G.; Kent, T.A.; Tsai, A.-L.; Tour, J.M. 2015: Highly efficient conversion of superoxide to oxygen using hydrophilic carbon clusters. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 112(8): 2343-2348
Mihai, M.; Bunia, I.; Doroftei, F.; Varganici, C.-D.; Simionescu, B.C. 2015: Highly efficient copper(II) ion sorbents obtained by calcium carbonate mineralization on functionalized cross-linked copolymers. Chemistry 21(13): 5220-5230
Nida, H.; Blum, S.; Zielinski, D.; Srivastava, D.A.; Elbaum, R.; Xin, Z.; Erlich, Y.; Fridman, E.; Shental, N. 2016: Highly efficient de novo mutant identification in a Sorghum bicolor TILLING population using the ComSeq approach. Plant Journal: for Cell and Molecular Biology 86(4): 349-359
Javaid, R.; Qazi, U.Y.; Kawasaki, S.-I. 2016: Highly efficient decomposition of Remazol Brilliant Blue R using tubular reactor coated with thin layer of PdO. Journal of Environmental Management 180: 551-556
Yin, C.; Cai, J.; Gao, L.; Yin, J.; Zhou, J. 2016: Highly efficient degradation of 4-nitrophenol over the catalyst of Mn2O3/AC by microwave catalytic oxidation degradation method. Journal of Hazardous Materials 305: 15-20
Muthulingam, S.; Lee, I.-H.; Uthirakumar, P. 2015: Highly efficient degradation of dyes by carbon quantum dots/N-doped zinc oxide (CQD/N-ZnO) photocatalyst and its compatibility on three different commercial dyes under daylight. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 455: 101-109
Li, S.; Li, H.; Liu, J.; Zhang, H.; Yang, Y.; Yang, Z.; Wang, L.; Wang, B. 2015: Highly efficient degradation of organic dyes by palladium nanoparticles decorated on 2D magnetic reduced graphene oxide nanosheets. Dalton Transactions 44(19): 9193-9199
Papp, G.; Ölveti, G.; Horváth, H.; Kathó, Á; Joó, F. 2016: Highly efficient dehydrogenation of formic acid in aqueous solution catalysed by an easily available water-soluble iridium(iii) dihydride. Dalton Transactions 45(37): 14516-14519
Mitsudome, T.; Urayama, T.; Maeno, Z.; Mizugaki, T.; Jitsukawa, K.; Kaneda, K. 2015: Highly efficient dehydrogenative coupling of hydrosilanes with amines or amides using supported gold nanoparticles. Chemistry 21(8): 3202-3205
Dixon, J.E.; Osman, G.; Morris, G.E.; Markides, H.; Rotherham, M.; Bayoussef, Z.; El Haj, A.J.; Denning, C.; Shakesheff, K.M. 2016: Highly efficient delivery of functional cargoes by the synergistic effect of GAG binding motifs and cell-penetrating peptides. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113(3): E291-E299
Marks, P.; Radaram, B.; Levine, M.; Levitsky, I.A. 2015: Highly efficient detection of hydrogen peroxide in solution and in the vapor phase via fluorescence quenching. Chemical Communications 51(32): 7061-7064
Liu, Z.; Wei, X.; Ren, K.; Zhu, G.; Zhang, Z.; Wang, J.; Du, D. 2016: Highly efficient detection of paclobutrazol in environmental water and soil samples by time-resolved fluoroimmunoassay. Science of the Total Environment 569-570: 1629-1634
Dai, P.; Harada, Y.; Takamatsu, T. 2015: Highly efficient direct conversion of human fibroblasts to neuronal cells by chemical compounds. Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition 56(3): 166-170
Al-Sehemi, A.G.; Irfan, A.; Al-Melfi, M.A.M. 2015: Highly efficient donor-acceptor hydrazone dyes-inorganic Si/TiO₂ hybrid solar cells. Spectrochimica Acta. Part a Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy 145: 40-46
Cheng, C.-C.; Chang, F.-C.; Kao, W.-Y.; Hwang, S.-M.; Liao, L.-C.; Chang, Y.-J.; Liang, M.-C.; Chen, J.-K.; Lee, D.-J. 2016: Highly efficient drug delivery systems based on functional supramolecular polymers: in vitro evaluation. Acta Biomaterialia 33: 194-202
Zeng, H.; Wen, S.; Xu, W.; He, Z.; Zhai, G.; Liu, Y.; Deng, Z.; Sun, Y. 2015: Highly efficient editing of the actinorhodin polyketide chain length factor gene in Streptomyces coelicolor M145 using CRISPR/Cas9-CodA(sm) combined system. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 99(24): 10575-10585
Zhang, Q.; Wang, J.; Wang, R.K. 2016: Highly efficient eigen decomposition based statistical optical microangiography. Quantitative Imaging in Medicine and Surgery 6(5): 557-563
Tang, Q.; Wang, D.; Yao, D.M.; Yang, C.W.; Sun, Y.C. 2016: Highly efficient electro-generation of hydrogen peroxide using NCNT/NF/CNT air diffusion electrode for electro-Fenton degradation of p-nitrophenol. Water Science and Technology: a Journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research 73(7): 1652-1658
Beyene, B.B.; Mane, S.B.; Hung, C-Hsiung. 2015: Highly efficient electrocatalytic hydrogen evolution from neutral aqueous solution by a water-soluble anionic cobalt(II) porphyrin. Chemical Communications 51(81): 15067-15070
Yang, B.; Jiang, C.; Yu, G.; Zhuo, Q.; Deng, S.; Wu, J.; Zhang, H. 2015: Highly efficient electrochemical degradation of perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) by F-doped Ti/SnO2 electrode. Journal of Hazardous Materials 299: 417-424
Tang, C.; Xie, L.; Sun, X.; Asiri, A.M.; He, Y. 2016: Highly efficient electrochemical hydrogen evolution based on nickel diselenide nanowall film. Nanotechnology 27(20): 20lt02
Zhang, S.-H.; Wang, J.-M.; Zhang, H.-Y.; Fan, Y.-P.; Xiao, Y. 2017: Highly efficient electrochemiluminescence based on 4-amino-1,2,4-triazole Schiff base two-dimensional Zn/Cd coordination polymers. Dalton Transactions 46(2): 410-419
Feng, C.; Ma, Y.-H.; Zhang, D.; Li, X.-J.; Zhao, H. 2016: Highly efficient electrochemiluminescence based on pyrazolecarboxylic metal organic framework. Dalton Transactions 45(12): 5081-5091
Zhou, Y.; Li, W.; Yu, L.; Liu, Y.; Wang, X.; Zhou, M. 2015: Highly efficient electrochemiluminescence from iridium(III) complexes with 2-phenylquinoline ligand. Dalton Transactions 44(4): 1858-1865
Kuang, C.; Tang, G.; Jiu, T.; Yang, H.; Liu, H.; Li, B.; Luo, W.; Li, X.; Zhang, W.; Lu, F.; Fang, J.; Li, Y. 2015: Highly efficient electron transport obtained by doping PCBM with graphdiyne in planar-heterojunction perovskite solar cells. Nano Letters 15(4): 2756-2762
Almeida, J.; Liang, D.; Vistas, C.R.; Guillot, E. 2015: Highly efficient end-side-pumped Nd:YAG solar laser by a heliostat-parabolic mirror system. Applied Optics 54(8): 1970-1977
Karpulevich, A.A.; Maksimov, E.G.; Sluchanko, N.N.; Vasiliev, A.N.; Paschenko, V.Z. 2016: Highly efficient energy transfer from quantum dot to allophycocyanin in hybrid structures. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology. B Biology 160: 96-101
Xie, Y.; Deng, C. 2016: Highly efficient enrichment of phosphopeptides by a magnetic lanthanide metal-organic framework. Talanta 159: 1-6
He, Z.; Shi, X.; Du, B.; Qin, Y.; Cong, P.; Chen, Y. 2015: Highly efficient enrichment of porcine cells with deletions induced by CRISPR/Cas9 using dual fluorescence selection. Journal of Biotechnology 214: 69-74
Mangas-Sánchez, J.; Adlercreutz, P. 2015: Highly efficient enzymatic biodiesel production promoted by particle-induced emulsification. Biotechnology for Biofuels 8: 58
He, X.-J.; Chen, S.-Y.; Wu, J.-P.; Yang, L.-R.; Xu, G. 2015: Highly efficient enzymatic synthesis of tert-butyl (S)-6-chloro-5-hydroxy-3-oxohexanoate with a mutant alcohol dehydrogenase of Lactobacillus kefir. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 99(21): 8963-8975
Schoonen, L.; Nolte, R.J.M.; van Hest, J.C.M. 2016: Highly efficient enzyme encapsulation in a protein nanocage: towards enzyme catalysis in a cellular nanocompartment mimic. Nanoscale 8(30): 14467-14472
Jeon, S.K.; Yook, K.S.; Lee, J.Y. 2016: Highly efficient exciplex organic light-emitting diodes using thermally activated delayed fluorescent emitters as donor and acceptor materials. Nanotechnology 27(22): 224001
Wang, Y.; Ohkita, H.; Benten, H.; Ito, S. 2015: Highly efficient exciton harvesting and charge transport in ternary blend solar cells based on wide- and low-bandgap polymers. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics: Pccp 17(40): 27217-27224
Li, C.; Wu, L.; Chen, L.; Yuan, X.; Cai, Y.; Feng, W.; Liu, N.; Ren, Y.; Sengupta, A.; Murali, M.S.; Mohapatra, P.K.; Tao, G.; Zeng, H.; Ding, S.; Yuan, L. 2016: Highly efficient extraction of actinides with pillar[5]arene-derived diglycolamides in ionic liquids via a unique mechanism involving competitive host-guest interactions. Dalton Transactions 45(48): 19299-19310
Jeong, K.M.; Zhao, J.; Jin, Y.; Heo, S.R.; Han, S.Y.; Yoo, D.E.; Lee, J. 2015: Highly efficient extraction of anthocyanins from grape skin using deep eutectic solvents as green and tunable media. Archives of Pharmacal Research 38(12): 2143-2152
Qi, S.; Li, Y.; Zhao, Y.; Li, W.; Tang, C.Y. 2015: Highly efficient forward osmosis based on porous membranes--applications and implications. Environmental Science and Technology 49(7): 4690-4695
Nakajima, K.; Yaoita, Y. 2015: Highly efficient gene knockout by injection of TALEN mRNAs into oocytes and host transfer in Xenopus laevis. Biology Open 4(2): 180-185
Vives, C.; Charlot, F.; Mhiri, C.; Contreras, B.; Daniel, J.; Epert, A.; Voytas, D.F.; Grandbastien, M.-A.èl.; Nogué, F.; Casacuberta, J.M. 2016: Highly efficient gene tagging in the bryophyte Physcomitrella patens using the tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum) Tnt1 retrotransposon. New Phytologist 212(3): 759-769
Kusabuka, H.; Fujiwara, K.; Tokunaga, Y.; Hirobe, S.; Nakagawa, S.; Okada, N. 2016: Highly efficient gene transfer using a retroviral vector into murine T cells for preclinical chimeric antigen receptor-expressing T cell therapy. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 473(1): 73-79
Wang, Y.; Li, J.; Xiang, J.; Wen, B.; Mu, H.; Zhang, W.; Han, J. 2016: Highly efficient generation of biallelic reporter gene knock-in mice via CRISPR-mediated genome editing of ESCs. Protein and Cell 7(2): 152-156
González-Burguera, I.; Ricobaraza, A.; Aretxabala, X.; Barrondo, S.; García del Caño, G.; López de Jesús, M.; Sallés, J. 2016: Highly efficient generation of glutamatergic/cholinergic NT2-derived postmitotic human neurons by short-term treatment with the nucleoside analogue cytosine β-D-arabinofuranoside. Stem Cell Research 16(2): 541-551
Bock, M.; Lenhard, A.; Chunnilall, C.; Becher, C. 2016: Highly efficient heralded single-photon source for telecom wavelengths based on a PPLN waveguide. Optics express 24(21): 23992-24001
Steinert, J.; Schiml, S.; Fauser, F.; Puchta, H. 2015: Highly efficient heritable plant genome engineering using Cas9 orthologues from Streptococcus thermophilus and Staphylococcus aureus. Plant Journal: for Cell and Molecular Biology 84(6): 1295-1305
Ho, H.E.; Ishikawa, Y.; Asao, N.; Yamamoto, Y.; Jin, T. 2015: Highly efficient heterogeneous aerobic cross-dehydrogenative coupling via C-H functionalization of tertiary amines using a nanoporous gold skeleton catalyst. Chemical Communications 51(64): 12764-12767
Wang, J.; DeClercq, J.J.; Hayward, S.B.; Li, P.W.-L.; Shivak, D.A.; Gregory, P.D.; Lee, G.; Holmes, M.C. 2016: Highly efficient homology-driven genome editing in human T cells by combining zinc-finger nuclease mRNA and AAV6 donor delivery. Nucleic Acids Research 44(3): E30
Yang, X.; Pachfule, P.; Chen, Y.; Tsumori, N.; Xu, Q. 2016: Highly efficient hydrogen generation from formic acid using a reduced graphene oxide-supported AuPd nanoparticle catalyst. Chemical Communications 52(22): 4171-4174
Li, P.; Xiao, Z.; Liu, Z.; Huang, J.; Li, Q.; Sun, D. 2015: Highly efficient hydrogen generation from methanolysis of ammonia borane on CuPd alloy nanoparticles. Nanotechnology 26(2): 025401
Melchionna, M.; Beltram, A.; Montini, T.; Monai, M.; Nasi, L.; Fornasiero, P.; Prato, M. 2016: Highly efficient hydrogen production through ethanol photoreforming by a carbon nanocone/Pd@TiO2 hybrid catalyst. Chemical Communications 52(4): 764-767
Su, J.; Yang, L.; Lu, M.; Lin, H. 2015: Highly efficient hydrogen storage system based on ammonium bicarbonate/formate redox equilibrium over palladium nanocatalysts. Chemsuschem 8(5): 813-816
Fu, Z-Cheng.; Xu, Y.; Chan, S.Lai-Fung.; Wang, W-Wei.; Li, F.; Liang, F.; Chen, Y.; Lin, Z-Shuai.; Fu, W-Fu.; Che, C-Ming. 2017: Highly efficient hydrolysis of ammonia borane by anion ( - OH, F - , Cl - )-tuned interactions between reactant molecules and CoP nanoparticles. Chemical Communications 53(4): 705-708
Cao, Y.; Hughes, T.; Giesen, D.; Halls, M.D.; Goldberg, A.; Vadicherla, T.Reddy.; Sastry, M.; Patel, B.; Sherman, W.; Weisman, A.L.; Friesner, R.A. 2016: Highly efficient implementation of pseudospectral time-dependent density-functional theory for the calculation of excitation energies of large molecules. Journal of Computational Chemistry 37(16): 1425-1441
Phung, T.; Pushp, A.; Thomas, L.; Rettner, C.; Yang, S.-H.; Ryu, K.-S.; Baglin, J.; Hughes, B.; Parkin, S. 2015: Highly efficient in-line magnetic domain wall injector. Nano Letters 15(2): 835-841
Jing, P.; Paraiso, H.; Burris, B. 2016: Highly efficient integration of the viral portal proteins from different types of phages into planar bilayers for the black lipid membrane analysis. Molecular Biosystems 12(2): 480-489
Eltaher, H.M.; Yang, J.; Shakesheff, K.M.; Dixon, J.E. 2016: Highly efficient intracellular transduction in three-dimensional gradients for programming cell fate. Acta Biomaterialia 41: 181-192
Lee, J.E.; Yi, R. 2014: Highly efficient ligation of small RNA molecules for microRNA quantitation by high-throughput sequencing. Journal of Visualized Experiments: Jove 93: E52095
Ota, S.; Oshima, K.; Yamazaki, T.; Kim, S.; Yu, Z.; Yoshihara, M.; Takeda, K.; Takeshita, T.; Hirata, A.; Bišová, K.ři.; Zachleder, V.ém.; Hattori, M.; Kawano, S. 2016: Highly efficient lipid production in the green alga Parachlorella kessleri: draft genome and transcriptome endorsed by whole-cell 3D ultrastructure. Biotechnology for Biofuels 9: 13
Engelbrecht, S.; Fondengcap, M.T.; Rathsack, K.; Martienssen, M. 2016: Highly efficient long-term storage of carrier-bound anammox biomass. Water Science and Technology: a Journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research 74(8): 1911-1918
Jia, X.; Shen, L.; Yao, M.; Liu, Y.; Yu, W.; Guo, W.; Ruan, S. 2015: Highly efficient low-bandgap polymer solar cells with solution-processed and annealing-free phosphomolybdic acid as hole-transport layers. Acs Applied Materials and Interfaces 7(9): 5367-5372
Hofbeck, T.; Monkowius, U.; Yersin, H. 2015: Highly efficient luminescence of Cu(I) compounds: thermally activated delayed fluorescence combined with short-lived phosphorescence. Journal of the American Chemical Society 137(1): 399-404
Daňková, J.; Buzgo, M.; Vejpravová, J.; Kubíčková, S.; Sovková, Věra.; Vysloužilová, L.; Mantlíková, A.; Nečas, A.; Amler, Ežen. 2015: Highly efficient mesenchymal stem cell proliferation on poly-ε-caprolactone nanofibers with embedded magnetic nanoparticles. International Journal of Nanomedicine 10: 7307-7317
Choi, M.H.; Shim, H.E.; Yun, S.-J.; Kim, H.R.; Mushtaq, S.; Lee, C.H.; Park, S.H.; Choi, D.S.; Lee, D.-E.; Byun, E.-B.; Jang, B.-S.; Jeon, J. 2016: Highly efficient method for 125I-radiolabeling of biomolecules using inverse-electron-demand Diels-Alder reaction. Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry 2016
Yu, L.; Reynaud, F.; Falk, J.; Spencer, A.; Ding, Y.-D.; Baumlé, V.ér.; Lu, R.; Castellani, V.ér.; Yuan, C.; Rudkin, B.B. 2015: Highly efficient method for gene delivery into mouse dorsal root ganglia neurons. Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience 8: 2
Cardoso, R.M.; de Souza, C.D.; Rostelato, M.E.C.M.; Araki, K. 2017: Highly efficient method for production of radioactive silver seed cores for brachytherapy. Applied Radiation and Isotopes: Including Data Instrumentation and Methods for use in Agriculture Industry and Medicine 120: 76-81
Bhatt, D.R.; Maheria, K.C.; Parikh, J.K. 2015: Highly efficient micellar extraction of toxic picric acid into novel ionic liquid: Effect of parameters, solubilization isotherm, evaluation of thermodynamics and design parameters. Journal of Hazardous Materials 300: 338-346
Wang, X.; Hu, R.; Ge, A.; Hu, L.; Wang, S.; Feng, X.; Du, W.; Liu, B.-F. 2015: Highly efficient microfluidic sorting device for synchronizing developmental stages of C. elegans based on deflecting electrotaxis. Lab on a Chip 15(11): 2513-2521
Murray, R.T.; Runcorn, T.H.; Kelleher, E.J.R.; Taylor, J.R. 2016: Highly efficient mid-infrared difference-frequency generation using synchronously pulsed fiber lasers. Optics Letters 41(11): 2446-2449
Majewski, M.R.; Jackson, S.D. 2016: Highly efficient mid-infrared dysprosium fiber laser. Optics Letters 41(10): 2173-2176
Wang, L.; Wang, X.; Kohsei, T.; Yoshimura, K.-i.; Izumi, M.; Hirosaki, N.; Xie, R.-J. 2015: Highly efficient narrow-band green and red phosphors enabling wider color-gamut LED backlight for more brilliant displays. Optics Express 23(22): 28707-28717
Kim, B.; Lee, J.; Park, Y.; Lee, C.; Park, J.W. 2014: Highly efficient new hole injection materials for organic light emitting diodes base on phenothiazine derivatives. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 14(8): 6404-6408
Duan, Y.; Wang, T.; Xie, Q.; Yu, X.; Guo, W.; Wang, J.; Liu, G. 2016: Highly efficient nitrogen chelated ruthenium carbene metathesis catalysts. Dalton Transactions 45(48): 19441-19448
Kim, K.-H.; Baek, J.Y.; Cheon, C.W.; Moon, C.-K.; Sim, B.; Choi, M.Y.; Kim, J.-J.; Kim, Y.-H. 2016: Highly efficient non-doped deep blue fluorescent emitters with horizontal emitting dipoles using interconnecting units between chromophores. Chemical Communications 52(73): 10956-10959
Shui, J.; Chen, C.; Grabstanowicz, L.; Zhao, D.; Liu, D.-J. 2015: Highly efficient nonprecious metal catalyst prepared with metal-organic framework in a continuous carbon nanofibrous network. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 112(34): 10629-10634
Zhu, C.; Li, H.; Fu, S.; Du, D.; Lin, Y. 2016: Highly efficient nonprecious metal catalysts towards oxygen reduction reaction based on three-dimensional porous carbon nanostructures. Chemical Society Reviews 45(3): 517-531
Cruz, G.ão.; Atkinson, D.; Henningsson, M.; Botnar, R.M.; Prieto, C. 2017: Highly efficient nonrigid motion-corrected 3D whole-heart coronary vessel wall imaging. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 77(5): 1894-1908
Zheng, X.T.; Ma, X.Q.; Li, C.M. 2016: Highly efficient nuclear delivery of anti-cancer drugs using a bio-functionalized reduced graphene oxide. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 467: 35-42
Liu, H.; Ye, R.; Wang, Y.Y. 2015: Highly efficient one-step PCR-based mutagenesis technique for large plasmids using high-fidelity DNA polymerase. Genetics and Molecular Research: Gmr 14(2): 3466-3473
Shui, T.; Feng, S.; Yuan, Z.; Kuboki, T.; Xu, C.C. 2016: Highly efficient organosolv fractionation of cornstalk into cellulose and lignin in organic acids. Bioresource Technology 218: 953-961
Dai, W.; Lv, Y.; Wang, L.; Shang, S.; Chen, B.; Li, G.; Gao, S. 2015: Highly efficient oxidation of alcohols catalyzed by a porphyrin-inspired manganese complex. Chemical Communications 51(56): 11268-11271
Shen, D.; Miao, C.; Xu, D.; Xia, C.; Sun, W. 2015: Highly efficient oxidation of secondary alcohols to ketones catalyzed by manganese complexes of N4 ligands with H2O2. Organic Letters 17(1): 54-57
Zhang, W.; Anaya, M.; Lozano, G.; Calvo, M.E.; Johnston, M.B.; Míguez, H.án.; Snaith, H.J. 2015: Highly efficient perovskite solar cells with tunable structural color. Nano Letters 15(3): 1698-1702
Tenti, L.; Maynau, D.; Angeli, C.; Calzado, C.J. 2016: Highly efficient perturbative + variational strategy based on orthogonal valence bond theory for the evaluation of magnetic coupling constants. Application to the trinuclear Cu(ii) site of multicopper oxidases. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics: Pccp 18(27): 18365-18380
Kishimoto, T.; Inafune, K.; Ogawa, Y.; Sasaki, H.; Murai, H. 2016: Highly efficient phase-sensitive parametric gain in periodically poled LiNbO3 ridge waveguide. Optics Letters 41(9): 1905-1908
Yu, T.; Xu, Z.; Su, W.; Zhao, Y.; Zhang, H.; Bao, Y. 2016: Highly efficient phosphorescent materials based on Ir(iii) complexes-grafted on a polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxane core. Dalton Transactions 45(34): 13491-13502
Kuriakose, S.; Satpati, B.; Mohapatra, S. 2015: Highly efficient photocatalytic degradation of organic dyes by Cu doped ZnO nanostructures. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics: Pccp 17(38): 25172-25181
Py-Daniel, K.R.; Namban, J.S.; de Andrade, L.R.; de Souza, P.E.N.; Paterno, L.G.; Azevedo, R.B.; Soler, M.A.G. 2016: Highly efficient photodynamic therapy colloidal system based on chloroaluminum phthalocyanine/pluronic micelles. European Journal of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics: Official Journal of Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Pharmazeutische Verfahrenstechnik E.V 103: 23-31
Bin, A.Rashid.; Yusoff, M.; Jang, J. 2016: Highly efficient photoelectrochemical water splitting by a hybrid tandem perovskite solar cell. Chemical Communications 52(34): 5824-5827
Feng, F.; Guo, H.; Li, D.; Wu, C.; Wu, J.; Zhang, W.; Fan, S.; Yang, Y.; Wu, X.; Yang, J.; Ye, B.; Xie, Y. 2015: Highly efficient photothermal effect by atomic-thickness confinement in two-dimensional ZrNCl nanosheets. Acs Nano 9(2): 1683-1691
Zhang, Z.; Liao, Q.; Zhang, X.; Zhang, G.; Li, P.; Lu, S.; Liu, S.; Zhang, Y. 2015: Highly efficient piezotronic strain sensors with symmetrical Schottky contacts on the monopolar surface of ZnO nanobelts. Nanoscale 7(5): 1796-1801
Lu, H.; Cumming, B.P.; Gu, M. 2015: Highly efficient plasmonic enhancement of graphene absorption at telecommunication wavelengths. Optics Letters 40(15): 3647-3650
Umakoshi, T.; Saito, Y.; Verma, P. 2016: Highly efficient plasmonic tip design for plasmon nanofocusing in near-field optical microscopy. Nanoscale 8(10): 5634-5640
Sun, Q.; Zhang, F.; An, Q.; Zhang, M.; Wang, J.; Zhang, J. 2016: Highly efficient polymer solar cells by step-by-step optimizing donor molecular packing and acceptor redistribution. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics: Pccp 19(1): 709-716
Gowda, S.G.B.; Usuki, S.; Hammam, M.A.S.; Murai, Y.; Igarashi, Y.; Monde, K. 2016: Highly efficient preparation of sphingoid bases from glucosylceramides by chemoenzymatic method. Journal of Lipid Research 57(2): 325-331
Semenova, E.; Savitskaya, E.; Musharova, O.; Strotskaya, A.; Vorontsova, D.; Datsenko, K.A.; Logacheva, M.D.; Severinov, K. 2016: Highly efficient primed spacer acquisition from targets destroyed by the Escherichia coli type I-E CRISPR-Cas interfering complex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113(27): 7626-7631
Xu, Q.; Zang, Y.; Zhou, J.; Liu, P.; Li, X.; Yong, Q.; Ouyang, J. 2016: Highly efficient production of D-lactic acid from chicory-derived inulin by Lactobacillus bulgaricus. Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering 39(11): 1749-1757
Lu, J.F.; Zhu, Y.; Sun, H.L.; Liang, S.; Leng, F.F.; Li, H.Y. 2016: Highly efficient production of hyaluronic acid by Streptococcus zooepidemicus R42 derived from heterologous expression of bacterial haemoglobin and mutant selection. Letters in Applied Microbiology 62(4): 316-322
Upadhyay, L.Sheo.Bachan.; Verma, N. 2014: Highly efficient production of inverted syrup in an analytical column with immobilized invertase. Journal of Food Science and Technology 51(12): 4120-4125
Ma, K.; Hu, G.; Pan, L.; Wang, Z.; Zhou, Y.; Wang, Y.; Ruan, Z.; He, M. 2016: Highly efficient production of optically pure l-lactic acid from corn stover hydrolysate by thermophilic Bacillus coagulans. Bioresource Technology 219: 114-122
Bosshart, A.; Wagner, N.; Lei, L.; Panke, S.; Bechtold, M. 2016: Highly efficient production of rare sugars D-psicose and L-tagatose by two engineered D-tagatose epimerases. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 113(2): 349-358
Azizi, P.; Rafii, M.Y.; Mahmood, M.; Hanafi, M.M.; Abdullah, S.N.A.; Abiri, R.; Sahebi, M. 2015: Highly efficient protocol for callogenesis, somagenesis and regeneration of Indica rice plants. Comptes Rendus Biologies 338(7): 463-470
Yang, L.; McCue, C.; Zhang, Q.; Uchaker, E.; Mai, Y.; Cao, G. 2015: Highly efficient quantum dot-sensitized TiO2 solar cells based on multilayered semiconductors (ZnSe/CdS/CdSe). Nanoscale 7(7): 3173-3180
Gao, Y.; Liu, X.; Qi, W.; Gao, W.; Li, Y.; Xu, G. 2015: Highly efficient quenching of tris(2,2'-bipyridyl)ruthenium(II) electrochemiluminescence by ozone using formaldehyde, methylglyoxal, and glyoxalate as co-reactants and its application to ozone sensing. Analyst 140(12): 3996-4000
Lane, M.D.; Seelig, B. 2016: Highly efficient recombinant production and purification of streptococcal cysteine protease streptopain with increased enzymatic activity. Protein Expression and Purification 121: 66-72
Choi, J-Hwan.; Park, H.; Park, C.; Wang, N-Hwa.Linda.; Mun, S. 2016: Highly efficient recovery of xylobiose from xylooligosaccharides using a simulated moving bed method. Journal of Chromatography. a 1465: 143-154
Jiang, Y.-F.; Yuan, C.-Z.; Zhou, X.; Guo, H.-L.; Liu, Y.-N.; Jiang, N.; Xu, A.-W. 2016: Highly efficient redox-driven reversible color switching of dye molecules via hydrogenation/oxygenation. Chemical Communications 53(2): 360-363
Ma, Q.-Q.; Liu, T.; Li, S.; Zhang, J.; Chen, X.; Guan, H. 2016: Highly efficient reduction of carbon dioxide with a borane catalyzed by bis(phosphinite) pincer ligated palladium thiolate complexes. Chemical Communications 52(99): 14262-14265
Wang, J.; Zhou, C.; Ma, J.; Zong, Y.; Jia, W. 2016: Highly efficient reflective Dammann grating with a triangular structure. Applied Optics 55(19): 5203-5207
Tafazolian, H.; Schmidt, J.A.R. 2015: Highly efficient regioselective hydrosilylation of allenes using a [(3IP)Pd(allyl)]OTf catalyst; first example of allene hydrosilylation with phenyl- and diphenylsilane. Chemical Communications 51(27): 5943-5946
Zhou, X.; Jing, G.; Lv, B.; Zhou, Z.; Zhu, R. 2016: Highly efficient removal of chromium(VI) by Fe/Ni bimetallic nanoparticles in an ultrasound-assisted system. Chemosphere 160: 332-341
Zhan, S.; Zhu, D.; Ma, S.; Yu, W.; Jia, Y.; Li, Y.; Yu, H.; Shen, Z. 2015: Highly efficient removal of pathogenic bacteria with magnetic graphene composite. Acs Applied Materials and Interfaces 7(7): 4290-4298
Miyanoiri, Y.; Ishida, Y.; Takeda, M.; Terauchi, T.; Inouye, M.; Kainosho, M. 2016: Highly efficient residue-selective labeling with isotope-labeled Ile, Leu, and Val using a new auxotrophic E. coli strain. Journal of Biomolecular NMR 65(2): 109-119
Lam, S.; Cao, H.; Wu, J.; Duan, R.; Hu, J. 2014: Highly efficient retinal gene delivery with helper-dependent adenoviral vectors. Genes and Diseases 1(2): 227-237
Tang, B.; Lei, P.; Xu, Z.; Jiang, Y.; Xu, Z.; Liang, J.; Feng, X.; Xu, H. 2015: Highly efficient rice straw utilization for poly-(γ-glutamic acid) production by Bacillus subtilis NX-2. Bioresource Technology 193: 370-376
Ma, B.; Song, Y-Zhen.; Niu, J-Cheng.; Wu, Z-Yong. 2016: Highly efficient sample stacking by enhanced field amplification on a simple paper device. Lab on a Chip 16(18): 3460-3465
Sun, Y.; Zheng, Z.; Cheng, J.; Sun, G.; Qiao, G. 2015: Highly efficient second harmonic generation in hyperbolic metamaterial slot waveguides with large phase matching tolerance. Optics Express 23(5): 6370-6378
Yu, W.; Jia, X.; Long, Y.; Shen, L.; Liu, Y.; Guo, W.; Ruan, S. 2015: Highly efficient semitransparent polymer solar cells with color rendering index approaching 100 using one-dimensional photonic crystal. Acs Applied Materials and Interfaces 7(18): 9920-9928
Wang, Y.; Deng, T.; Chen, Q.; Liang, F.; Liu, Z. 2016: Highly efficient shrinkage of inverted-pyramid silicon nanopores by plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition technology. Nanotechnology 27(25): 254005
Möller, K.; Müller, K.; Engelke, H.; Bräuchle, C.; Wagner, E.; Bein, T. 2016: Highly efficient siRNA delivery from core-shell mesoporous silica nanoparticles with multifunctional polymer caps. Nanoscale 8(7): 4007-4019
Chen, D.; Xiao, X.; Wang, L.; Liu, W.; Yang, Q.; Yu, S. 2016: Highly efficient silicon optical polarization rotators based on mode order conversions. Optics Letters 41(5): 1070-1073
Suchomel, P.; Prucek, R.; Černá, Kára.; Fargašová, A.; Panáček, Aš.; Gedanken, A.; Zbořil, R.; Kvítek, L. 2016: Highly efficient silver particle layers on glass substrate synthesized by the sonochemical method for surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy purposes. Ultrasonics Sonochemistry 32: 165-172
Jamshidi, M.; Ghaedi, M.; Dashtian, K.; Ghaedi, A.M.; Hajati, S.; Goudarzi, A.; Alipanahpour, E. 2016: Highly efficient simultaneous ultrasonic assisted adsorption of brilliant green and eosin B onto ZnS nanoparticles loaded activated carbon: Artificial neural network modeling and central composite design optimization. Spectrochimica Acta. Part A Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy 153: 257-267
Zare-Dorabei, R.; Ferdowsi, S.M.; Barzin, A.; Tadjarodi, A. 2016: Highly efficient simultaneous ultrasonic-assisted adsorption of Pb(II), Cd(II), Ni(II) and Cu (II) ions from aqueous solutions by graphene oxide modified with 2,2'-dipyridylamine: Central composite design optimization. Ultrasonics Sonochemistry 32: 265-276
Kim, S.H.; Antfolk, M.; Kobayashi, M.; Kaneda, S.; Laurell, T.; Fujii, T. 2015: Highly efficient single cell arraying by integrating acoustophoretic cell pre-concentration and dielectrophoretic cell trapping. Lab on a Chip 15(22): 4356-4363
Hansen, A.K.; Andersen, P.E.; Jensen, O.B.; Sumpf, B.; Erbert, G.öt.; Petersen, P.M. 2015: Highly efficient single-pass sum frequency generation by cascaded nonlinear crystals. Optics Letters 40(23): 5526-5529
Jiang, Q.; Pham, A.; Huant, S.; Bellessa, J.; Genet, C.; Drezet, A.él. 2016: Highly efficient singular surface plasmon generation by achiral apertures. Optics Letters 41(19): 4534-4537
Qin, Q.; Wang, B.; Chang, M.; Zhou, Z.; Shi, X.; Xu, G. 2016: Highly efficient solid-phase derivatization of sugar phosphates with titanium-immobilized hydrophilic polydopamine-coated silica. Journal of Chromatography. a 1457: 125-133
Katarkevich, V.M.; Rubinov, A.N.; Efendiev, T.Sh.; Anufrik, S.S.; Koldunov, M.F. 2015: Highly efficient solid-state distributed feedback dye laser based on polymer-filled nanoporous glass composite excited by a diode-pumped solid-state Nd:LSB microlaser. Applied Optics 54(26): 7962-7972
Kim, H.; Lee, H.J.; Lee, S.M.; Moon, H.S. 2015: Highly efficient source for frequency-entangled photon pairs generated in a 3(rd)-order periodically poled MgO-doped stoichiometric LiTaO(3) crystal. Optics Letters 40(13): 3061-3064
Wang, G.; Wang, C.; Yan, Z.; Zhang, L. 2016: Highly efficient spectrally encoded imaging using a 45° tilted fiber grating. Optics Letters 41(11): 2398-2401
Makida, H.; Abe, H.; Inouye, M. 2015: Highly efficient stabilisation of meta-ethynylpyridine polymers with amide side chains in water by coordination of rare-earth metals. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry 13(6): 1700-1707
Díaz-Valle, A.; García-Salcedo, Y.M.; Chávez-Calvillo, G.; Silva-Rosales, L.; Carrillo-Tripp, M. 2015: Highly efficient strategy for the heterologous expression and purification of soluble Cowpea chlorotic mottle virus capsid protein and in vitro pH-dependent assembly of virus-like particles. Journal of Virological Methods 225: 23-29
Hashemi, L.; Morsali, A. 2015: Highly efficient syntheses of nano mixed-anions lead(II) thiocyanate/nitrate and lead(II) thiocyanate coordination polymers by sonochemical process. Ultrasonics Sonochemistry 24: 146-149
Gauthier, D.R.; Sherry, B.D.; Cao, Y.; Journet, M.; Humphrey, G.; Itoh, T.; Mangion, I.; Tschaen, D.M. 2015: Highly efficient synthesis of HIV NNRTi doravirine. Organic Letters 17(6): 1353-1356
Jiang, J.; Lu, W.; Lv, H.; Zhang, X. 2015: Highly efficient synthesis of chiral α-CF3 amines via Rh-catalyzed asymmetric hydrogenation. Organic Letters 17(5): 1154-1156
Liao, J.-X.; Fan, N.-L.; Liu, H.; Tu, Y.-H.; Sun, J.-S. 2016: Highly efficient synthesis of flavonol 5-O-glycosides with glycosyl ortho-alkynylbenzoates as donors. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry 14(4): 1221-1225
Pace, V.; Murgia, I.; Westermayer, S.; Langer, T.; Holzer, W. 2016: Highly efficient synthesis of functionalized α-oxyketones via Weinreb amides homologation with α-oxygenated organolithiums. Chemical Communications 52(48): 7584-7587
Zhang, H.; Li, X.; Shi, Q.; Li, Y.; Xia, G.; Chen, L.; Yang, Z.; Jiang, Z.-X. 2015: Highly efficient synthesis of monodisperse poly(ethylene glycols) and derivatives through macrocyclization of oligo(ethylene glycols). Angewandte Chemie 54(12): 3763-3767
Li, J.; Liu, Y.; Xu, X.-S.; Li, Y.-L.; Zhang, S.-G.; Yoon, I.; Shim, Y.K.; Wang, J.-J.; Yin, J.-G. 2015: Highly efficient synthesis of novel methyl 13(2)-methylene mesopyropheophorbide a and its stereoselective Michael addition reaction. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry 13(7): 1992-1995
Yan, J.; Xu, Y.; Zhuang, F.; Tian, J.; Zhang, G. 2016: Highly efficient synthesis of quinoxaline derivatives from 1,2-benzenediamine and α-aminoxylated 1,3-dicarbonyl compounds. Molecular Diversity 20(2): 567-573
Zheng, Z.; Zhang, S.; Zhang, M.; Zhao, K.; Ye, L.; Chen, Y.; Yang, B.; Hou, J. 2015: Highly efficient tandem polymer solar cells with a photovoltaic response in the visible light range. Advanced Materials 27(7): 1189-1194
Jin, Z.; Zhuo, H.B.; Nakazawa, T.; Shin, J.H.; Wakamatsu, S.; Yugami, N.; Hosokai, T.; Zou, D.B.; Yu, M.Y.; Sheng, Z.M.; Kodama, R. 2016: Highly efficient terahertz radiation from a thin foil irradiated by a high-contrast laser pulse. Physical Review e 94(3-1): 033206
Tan, X.; Wang, Y.; Liu, Y.; Wang, F.; Shi, L.; Lee, K.-H.; Lin, Z.; Lv, H.; Zhang, X. 2015: Highly efficient tetradentate ruthenium catalyst for ester reduction: especially for hydrogenation of fatty acid esters. Organic Letters 17(3): 454-457
Li, Q.; Das, A.; Wang, S.; Chen, Y.; Jin, R. 2016: Highly efficient three-component coupling reaction catalysed by atomically precise ligand-protected Au38(SC2H4Ph)24 nanoclusters. Chemical Communications 52(99): 14298-14301
Higuchi, Y.; Eshima, Y.; Huang, Y.; Kinoshita, T.; Sumiyoshi, W.; Nakakita, S.-I.; Takegawa, K. 2017: Highly efficient transglycosylation of sialo-complex-type oligosaccharide using Coprinopsis cinerea endoglycosidase and sugar oxazoline. Biotechnology Letters 39(1): 157-162
Phua, W.K.; Akimov, Y.; Wu, L.; Chu, H.S.; Bai, P.; Danner, A. 2016: Highly efficient tunable and localized on-chip electrical plasmon source using protruded metal-insulator-metal structure. Optics Express 24(10): 10663-10674
Liu, J.; Tang, P.; Chen, Y.; Zhao, C.; Shen, D.; Wen, S.; Fan, D. 2015: Highly efficient tunable mid-infrared optical parametric oscillator pumped by a wavelength locked, Q-switched Er:YAG laser. Optics Express 23(16): 20812-20819
Tadjarodi, A.; Moazen Ferdowsi, S.; Zare-Dorabei, R.; Barzin, A. 2016: Highly efficient ultrasonic-assisted removal of Hg(II) ions on graphene oxide modified with 2-pyridinecarboxaldehyde thiosemicarbazone: Adsorption isotherms and kinetics studies. Ultrasonics Sonochemistry 33: 118-128
Boccolini, A.; Favilla, E.; Tonelli, M.; Richards, B.S.; Thomson, R.R. 2015: Highly efficient upconversion in Er³⁺ doped BaY₂F₈ single crystals: dependence of quantum yield on excitation wavelength and thickness. Optics Express 23(15): A903-A915
Uemura, M.; Hoshiyama, M.; Furukawa, A.; Sato, T.; Higuchi, Y.; Komeda, S. 2015: Highly efficient uptake into cisplatin-resistant cells and the isomerization upon coordinative DNA binding of anticancer tetrazolato-bridged dinuclear platinum(II) complexes. Metallomics: Integrated Biometal Science 7(11): 1488-1496
Tian, A.; Ning, Y.; Ying, J.; Zhang, J.; Hou, X.; Li, T.; Wang, X. 2015: Highly efficient usage of the hydrothermal technique through the one-pot method to construct four Keggin-based compounds containing pendent ligands. Dalton Transactions 44(22): 10499-10507
Bala, M.; Verma, P.K.; Sharma, D.; Kumar, N.; Singh, B. 2015: Highly efficient water-mediated approach to access benzazoles: metal catalyst and base-free synthesis of 2-substituted benzimidazoles, benzoxazoles, and benzothiazoles. Molecular Diversity 19(2): 263-272
Gu, G.; Liu, Z.; Kong, F.; Tam, H.; Shori, R.K.; Dong, L. 2015: Highly efficient ytterbium-doped phosphosilicate fiber lasers operating below 1020 nm. Optics Express 23(14): 17693-17700
Li, X.; Shao, Q.-P.; Chen, S.-F.; Huang, W. 2014: Highly efficient, color-stable white top-emitting organic light-emitting diodes. Guang Pu Xue Yu Guang Pu Fen Xi 34(9): 2360-2364
Shen, X.; Li, S.; Li, L.; Yao, S.Q.; Xu, Q.-H. 2015: Highly efficient, conjugated-polymer-based nano-photosensitizers for selectively targeted two-photon photodynamic therapy and imaging of cancer cells. Chemistry 21(5): 2214-2221
Desmet, J.; Meunier, C.; Danloy, E.; Duprez, M.-E.; Lox, F.éd.ér.; Thomas, D.; Hantson, A.-L.; Crine, M.; Toye, D.; Rooke, J.; Su, B.-L. 2015: Highly efficient, long life, reusable and robust photosynthetic hybrid core-shell beads for the sustainable production of high value compounds. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 448: 79-87
Baran, T.; Açıksöz, E.; Menteş, A. 2016: Highly efficient, quick and green synthesis of biarlys with chitosan supported catalyst using microwave irradiation in the absence of solvent. Carbohydrate Polymers 142: 189-198
Jeffries, E.M.; Allen, R.A.; Gao, J.; Pesce, M.; Wang, Y. 2015: Highly elastic and suturable electrospun poly(glycerol sebacate) fibrous scaffolds. Acta Biomaterialia 18: 30-39
Ruhhammer, J.; Zens, M.; Goldschmidtboeing, F.; Seifert, A.; Woias, P. 2015: Highly elastic conductive polymeric MEMS. Science and Technology of Advanced Materials 16(1): 015003
Korenaga, T.; Sasaki, R.; Shimada, K. 2015: Highly electron-poor Buchwald-type ligand: application for Pd-catalysed direct arylation of thiophene derivatives and theoretical consideration of the secondary Pd(0)-arene interaction. Dalton Transactions 44(45): 19642-19650
Cunha, B.A.; Raza, M.; Schmidt, A. 2015: Highly elevated serum ferritin levels are a diagnostic marker in babesiosis. Clinical Infectious Diseases: An Official Publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America 60(5): 827-829
Kim, S.J.; Hong, J.S.; Chang, M.H.; Kim, J.-A.; Kwak, J.-Y.; Kim, J.S.; Yoon, D.H.; Lee, W.S.; Do, Y.R.; Kang, H.J.; Eom, H.-S.; Park, Y.; Won, J.-H.; Mun, Y.-C.; Kim, H.J.; Kwon, J.H.; Kong, J.H.; Oh, S.Y.; Lee, S.; Bae, S.H.; Yang, D.-H.; Jun, H.J.; Kim, Y.S.; Yun, H.J.; Lee, S.I.; Kim, M.K.; Park, E.K.; Kim, W.S.; Suh, C. 2016: Highly elevated serum lactate dehydrogenase is associated with central nervous system relapse in patients with diffuse large B-cell lymphoma: Results of a multicenter prospective cohort study. Oncotarget 7(44): 72033-72043
Jin, Y.-J.; Lee, W.-E.; Lee, C.-L.; Kwak, G. 2016: Highly emissive 'frozen-in' conjugated polymer nanofibers. Soft Matter 12(19): 4443-4448
Shaikh, A.C.; Ranade, D.S.; Thorat, S.; Maity, A.; Kulkarni, P.P.; Gonnade, R.G.; Munshi, P.; Patil, N.T. 2015: Highly emissive organic solids with remarkably broad color tunability based on N,C-chelate, four-coordinate organoborons. Chemical Communications 51(89): 16115-16118
Duerrbeck, A.; Gorelik, S.; Hobley, J.; Wu, J.'E.; Hor, A.; Long, N. 2015: Highly emissive, solution-processable and dynamic Eu(III)-containing coordination polymers. Chemical Communications 51(41): 8656-8659
Fässler, J.ür.; McCubbin, J.A.; Roglans, A.; Kimachi, T.; Hollett, J.W.; Kunz, R.W.; Tinkl, M.; Zhang, Y.; Wang, R.; Campbell, M.; Snieckus, V. 2015: Highly enantioselective (-)-sparteine-mediated lateral metalation-functionalization of remote silyl protected ortho-ethyl N,N-dialkyl aryl O-carbamates. Journal of Organic Chemistry 80(7): 3368-3386
Wang, Z.-Y.; Ban, S.-R.; Yang, M.-C.; Li, Q.-S. 2016: Highly enantioselective Michael addition of cyclohexanone to nitroolefins catalyzed by pyrrolidine-based bifunctional benzoylthiourea in water. Chirality 28(11): 721-727
Zhang, Z.-P.; Dong, N.; Li, X.; Cheng, J.-P. 2015: Highly enantioselective Michael addition reactions of 2-substituted benzofuran-3(2H)-ones to nitroolefins. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry 13(39): 9943-9947
Wei, F.; Huang, H.-Y.; Zhong, N.-J.; Gu, C.-L.; Wang, D.; Liu, L. 2015: Highly enantioselective [3 + 2]-annulation of isatin-derived morita-baylis-hillman adducts with cyclic sulfonimines. Organic Letters 17(7): 1688-1691
Zhang, M.; Yu, S.; Hu, F.; Liao, Y.; Liao, L.; Xu, X.; Yuan, W.; Zhang, X. 2016: Highly enantioselective [3+2] coupling of cyclic enamides with quinone monoimines promoted by a chiral phosphoric acid. Chemical Communications 52(56): 8757-8760
Wei, F.; Ren, C.-L.; Wang, D.; Liu, L. 2015: Highly enantioselective [3+2] cycloaddition of vinylcyclopropane with nitroalkenes catalyzed by palladium(0) with a chiral bis(tert-amine) ligand. Chemistry 21(6): 2335-2338
Wang, F.; Luo, C.; Shen, Y.-Y.; Wang, Z.-D.; Li, X.; Cheng, J.-P. 2015: Highly enantioselective [4 + 2] cycloaddition of allenoates and 2-olefinic benzofuran-3-ones. Organic Letters 17(2): 338-341
Prinz, J.; Gröning, O.; Brune, H.; Widmer, R. 2015: Highly enantioselective adsorption of small prochiral molecules on a chiral intermetallic compound. Angewandte Chemie 54(13): 3902-3906
Zhang, X.; Wang, M.; Ding, R.; Xu, Y.-H.; Loh, T.-P. 2015: Highly enantioselective and anti-diastereoselective catalytic intermolecular glyoxylate-ene reactions: effect of the geometrical isomers of alkenes. Organic Letters 17(11): 2736-2739
Vijaya, P.K.; Murugesan, S.; Siva, A. 2016: Highly enantioselective asymmetric Henry reaction catalyzed by novel chiral phase transfer catalysts derived from cinchona alkaloids. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry 14(42): 10101-10109
Xu, Z.; Li, Y.; Liu, J.; Wu, N.; Li, K.; Zhu, S.; Zhang, R.; Liu, Y. 2015: Highly enantioselective asymmetric transfer hydrogenation (ATH) of α-phthalimide ketones. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry 13(27): 7513-7516
Lee, S.I.; Kim, K.E.; Hwang, G.-S.; Ryu, D.H. 2015: Highly enantioselective catalytic 1,3-dipolar cycloadditions of α-alkyl diazoacetates: efficient synthesis of functionalized 2-pyrazolines. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry 13(9): 2745-2749
Enomoto, K.; Oyama, H.; Nakada, M. 2015: Highly enantioselective catalytic asymmetric [2+2] cycloadditions of cyclic α-alkylidene β-oxo imides with ynamides. Chemistry 21(7): 2798-2802
Sun, S.; Li, C.; Floreancig, P.E.; Lou, H.; Liu, L. 2015: Highly enantioselective catalytic cross-dehydrogenative coupling of N-carbamoyl tetrahydroisoquinolines and terminal alkynes. Organic Letters 17(7): 1684-1687
Zhao, X.; Mei, H.; Xiong, Q.; Fu, K.; Lin, L.; Liu, X.; Feng, X. 2016: Highly enantioselective construction of carbazole derivatives via [4+2] cycloaddition of silyloxyvinylindoles and β,γ-unsaturated α-ketoesters. Chemical Communications 52(70): 10692-10695
Sanz-Marco, A.; Blay, G.; Muñoz, M.C.; Pedro, J.é R. 2015: Highly enantioselective copper(I)-catalyzed conjugate addition of 1,3-diynes to α,β-unsaturated trifluoromethyl ketones. Chemical Communications 51(43): 8958-8961
Yao, L.; Wen, J.; Liu, S.; Tan, R.; Wood, N.M.; Chen, W.; Zhang, S.; Zhang, X. 2016: Highly enantioselective hydrogenation of α-oxy functionalized α,β-unsaturated acids catalyzed by a ChenPhos-Rh complex in CF3CH2OH. Chemical Communications 52(11): 2273-2276
Meng, J.; Gao, M.; Lv, H.; Zhang, X. 2015: Highly enantioselective hydrogenation of ο-alkoxy tetrasubstituted enamides catalyzed by a Rh/(R,S)-JosiPhos catalyst. Organic Letters 17(8): 1842-1845
Dong, X.; Liang, L.; Li, E.; Huang, Y. 2015: Highly enantioselective intermolecular cross Rauhut-Currier reaction catalyzed by a multifunctional Lewis base catalyst. Angewandte Chemie 54(5): 1621-1624
Fu, W.; Nie, M.; Wang, A.; Cao, Z.; Tang, W. 2015: Highly enantioselective nickel-catalyzed intramolecular reductive cyclization of alkynones. Angewandte Chemie 54(8): 2520-2524
Janeczko, T.; Dymarska, M.; Kostrzewa-Susłow, E. 2014: Highly enantioselective production of (R)-halohydrins with whole cells of Rhodotorula rubra KCh 82 culture. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 15(12): 22392-22404
Wei, Y.; Xia, S.; He, C.; Xiong, W.; Xu, H. 2016: Highly enantioselective production of a chiral intermediate of sitagliptin by a novel isolate of Pseudomonas pseudoalcaligenes. Biotechnology Letters 38(5): 841-846
He, Y.; Cheng, C.; Chen, B.; Duan, K.; Zhuang, Y.; Yuan, B.; Zhang, M.; Zhou, Y.; Zhou, Z.; Su, Y.-J.; Cao, R.; Qiu, L. 2014: Highly enantioselective synthesis of 2,3-dihydro-1H-imidazo[2,1-a]isoindol-5(9bH)-ones via catalytic asymmetric intramolecular cascade imidization-nucleophilic addition-lactamization. Organic Letters 16(24): 6366-6369
Han, X.; Ni, H.; Chan, W.-L.; Gai, X.; Wang, Y.; Lu, Y. 2016: Highly enantioselective synthesis of dihydrocoumarin-fused dihydropyrans via the phosphine-catalyzed [4 + 2] annulation of allenones with 3-aroylcoumarins. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry 14(22): 5059-5064
Molleti, N.; Singh, V.K. 2015: Highly enantioselective synthesis of naphthoquinones and pyranonaphthoquinones catalyzed by bifunctional chiral bis-squaramides. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry 13(18): 5243-5254
Ji, J.; Chen, C.; Cai, J.; Wang, X.; Zhang, K.; Shi, L.; Lv, H.; Zhang, X. 2015: Highly enantioselective synthesis of non-natural aliphatic α-amino acids via asymmetric hydrogenation. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry 13(28): 7624-7627
Chi, Y.; Qiu, L.; Xu, X. 2016: Highly enantioselective synthesis of spirocyclopropyloxindoles via a Rh(ii)-catalyzed asymmetric cyclopropanation reaction. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry 14(44): 10357-10361
Bigler, R.; Huber, R.; Mezzetti, A. 2015: Highly enantioselective transfer hydrogenation of ketones with chiral (NH)2 P2 macrocyclic iron(II) complexes. Angewandte Chemie 54(17): 5171-5174
Qiu, J.-S.; Wang, Y.-F.; Qi, G.-R.; Karmaker, P.G.; Yin, H.-Q.; Chen, F.-X. 2017: Highly Enantioselective α-Cyanation with 4-Acetylphenyl Cyanate. Chemistry 23(8): 1775-1778
Fang, Y.-Q.; Tadross, P.M.; Jacobsen, E.N. 2014: Highly enantioselective, intermolecular hydroamination of allenyl esters catalyzed by bifunctional phosphinothioureas. Journal of the American Chemical Society 136(52): 17966-17968
Zeka, B.; Hastermann, M.; Hochmeister, S.; Kögl, N.; Kaufmann, N.; Schanda, K.; Mader, S.; Misu, T.; Rommer, P.; Fujihara, K.; Illes, Z.; Leutmezer, F.; Sato, D.K.; Nakashima, I.; Reindl, M.; Lassmann, H.; Bradl, M. 2015: Highly encephalitogenic aquaporin 4-specific T cells and NMO-IgG jointly orchestrate lesion location and tissue damage in the CNS. Acta Neuropathologica 130(6): 783-798
Yan, Q.-L.; Gozin, M.; Zhao, F.-Q.; Cohen, A.; Pang, S.-P. 2016: Highly energetic compositions based on functionalized carbon nanomaterials. Nanoscale 8(9): 4799-4851
Lalonde, J. 2016: Highly engineered biocatalysts for efficient small molecule pharmaceutical synthesis. Current Opinion in Biotechnology 42: 152-158
Tran, L.; Wu, P.; Zhu, Y.; Yang, L.; Zhu, N. 2015: Highly enhanced adsorption for the removal of Hg(II) from aqueous solution by Mercaptoethylamine/Mercaptopropyltrimethoxysilane functionalized vermiculites. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 445: 348-356
Kim, J.; Kim, S.; Jung, W. 2017: Highly enhanced compatibility of human brain vascular pericyte cells on monolayer graphene. Bioengineered 8(1): 85-91
Wang, Q.; Shi, X.; Xu, J.; Crittenden, J.C.; Liu, E.; Zhang, Y.; Cong, Y. 2016: Highly enhanced photocatalytic reduction of Cr(VI) on AgI/TiO2 under visible light irradiation: Influence of calcination temperature. Journal of Hazardous Materials 307: 213-220
Ruan, Q.; Fang, C.; Jiang, R.; Jia, H.; Lai, Y.; Wang, J.; Lin, H-Qing. 2016: Highly enhanced transverse plasmon resonance and tunable double Fano resonances in gold@titania nanorods. Nanoscale 8(12): 6514-6526
Liu, J.; Bo, X.; Zhao, Z.; Guo, L. 2015: Highly exposed Pt nanoparticles supported on porous graphene for electrochemical detection of hydrogen peroxide in living cells. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 74: 71-77
Duan, F.; Wang, X.; Tan, T.; Chen, M. 2016: Highly exposed surface area of {001} facets dominated BiOBr nanosheets with enhanced visible light photocatalytic activity. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics: Pccp 18(8): 6113-6121
Zheng, M.; Zhang, X.; Guo, H.; Fan, C.; Chen, Z.; Zhu, P. 2015: Highly expressed CD147 on CD4⁺ tumor infiltrating lymphocytes promotes the progress of breast cancer. Xi Bao Yu Fen Zi Mian Yi Xue Za Zhi 31(7): 961-964
Zhu, W.; Fan, S.; Huang, G.; Zhang, D.; Liu, B.; Bi, X.; Yu, D. 2015: Highly expressed EGFR in pearl sac may facilitate the pearl formation in the pearl oyster, Pinctada fucata. Gene 566(2): 201-211
Tang, W.; Ren, A.; Xiao, H.; Sun, H.; Li, B. 2017: Highly expressed NRSN2 is related to malignant phenotype in ovarian cancer. Biomedicine and PharmacoTherapy 85: 248-255
Lei, B.; Chai, W.; Wang, Z.; Liu, R. 2015: Highly expressed UNC119 promotes hepatocellular carcinoma cell proliferation through Wnt/β-catenin signaling and predicts a poor prognosis. American Journal of Cancer Research 5(10): 3123-3134
Jakočiūnė, D.ži.; Herrero-Fresno, A.; Jelsbak, L.; Olsen, J.E. 2016: Highly expressed amino acid biosynthesis genes revealed by global gene expression analysis of Salmonella enterica serovar Enteritidis during growth in whole egg are not essential for this growth. International Journal of Food Microbiology 224: 40-46
Castanera, R.úl.; Pérez, G.úm.; López, L.; Sancho, R.én.; Santoyo, F.; Alfaro, M.; Gabaldón, T.; Pisabarro, A.G.; Oguiza, J.é A.; Ramírez, L.ía. 2014: Highly expressed captured genes and cross-kingdom domains present in Helitrons create novel diversity in Pleurotus ostreatus and other fungi. Bmc Genomics 15: 1071
Zhang, H.; Wei, D.-L.; Wan, L.; Yan, S.-F.; Sun, Y.-H. 2017: Highly expressed lncRNA CCND2-AS1 promotes glioma cell proliferation through Wnt/β-catenin signaling. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 482(4): 1219-1225
Shao, K.; Shi, T.; Yang, Y.; Wang, X.; Xu, D.; Zhou, P. 2016: Highly expressed lncRNA CRNDE promotes cell proliferation through Wnt/β-catenin signaling in renal cell carcinoma. Tumour Biology: the Journal of the International Society for Oncodevelopmental Biology and Medicine 2016
Iqbal, N.; Wang, X.; Ahmed Babar, A.; Yu, J.; Ding, B. 2016: Highly flexible NiCo2O4/CNTs doped carbon nanofibers for CO2 adsorption and supercapacitor electrodes. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 476: 87-93
Shi, H.H.; Naguib, H.E. 2016: Highly flexible binder-free core-shell nanofibrous electrode for lightweight electrochemical energy storage using recycled water bottles. Nanotechnology 27(32): 325402
Sun, T-Wei.; Zhu, Y-Jie.; Chen, F. 2017: Highly Flexible Multifunctional Biopaper Comprising Chitosan Reinforced by Ultralong Hydroxyapatite Nanowires. Chemistry 23(16): 3850-3862
Fuh, Y-Kuen.; Ho, H-Chun. 2016: Highly flexible self-powered sensors based on printed circuit board technology for human motion detection and gesture recognition. Nanotechnology 27(9): 095401
An, S.; Liou, M.; Song, K.Y.; Jo, H.S.; Lee, M.W.; Al-Deyab, S.S.; Yarin, A.L.; Yoon, S.S. 2015: Highly flexible transparent self-healing composite based on electrospun core-shell nanofibers produced by coaxial electrospinning for anti-corrosion and electrical insulation. Nanoscale 7(42): 17778-17785
Chen, J.; Liao, X.; Wang, M.; Liu, Z.; Zhang, J.; Ding, L.; Gao, L.; Li, Y. 2015: Highly flexible, nonflammable and free-standing SiC nanowire paper. Nanoscale 7(14): 6374-6379
Das, T.; Kayet, A.; Mishra, R.; Singh, V.K. 2016: Highly fluorescent 1,2-dihydropyrimido[1,6-α]indole: an efficient metal free synthesis and photophysical study. Chemical Communications 52(75): 11231-11234
Baldovi, H.G.; Valencia, S.; Alvaro, M.; Asiri, A.M.; Garcia, H. 2015: Highly fluorescent C-dots obtained by pyrolysis of quaternary ammonium ions trapped in all-silica ITQ-29 zeolite. Nanoscale 7(5): 1744-1752
Xu, Q.; Liu, Y.; Su, R.; Cai, L.; Li, B.; Zhang, Y.; Zhang, L.; Wang, Y.; Wang, Y.; Li, N.; Gong, X.; Gu, Z.; Chen, Y.; Tan, Y.; Dong, C.; Sreeprasad, T.S. 2016: Highly fluorescent Zn-doped carbon dots as Fenton reaction-based bio-sensors: an integrative experimental-theoretical consideration. Nanoscale 8(41): 17919-17927
Huang, S.; Liu, S.; Wang, K.; Yang, C.; Luo, Y.; Zhang, Y.; Cao, B.; Kang, Y.; Wang, M. 2015: Highly fluorescent and bioresorbable polymeric nanoparticles with enhanced photostability for cell imaging. Nanoscale 7(3): 889-895
Lv, O.; Tao, Y.; Qin, Y.; Chen, C.; Pan, Y.; Deng, L.; Liu, L.; Kong, Y. 2016: Highly fluorescent and morphology-controllable graphene quantum dots-chitosan hybrid xerogels for in vivo imaging and pH-sensitive drug carrier. Materials Science and Engineering. C Materials for Biological Applications 67: 478-485
Heyer, E.; Lory, P.; Leprince, J.ér.ôm.; Moreau, M.; Romieu, A.; Guardigli, M.; Roda, A.; Ziessel, R. 2015: Highly fluorescent and water-soluble diketopyrrolopyrrole dyes for bioconjugation. Angewandte Chemie 54(10): 2995-2999
Han, C.; Wang, R.; Wang, K.; Xu, H.; Sui, M.; Li, J.; Xu, K. 2016: Highly fluorescent carbon dots as selective and sensitive "on-off-on" probes for iron(III) ion and apoferritin detection and imaging in living cells. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 83: 229-236
Wang, B.; Wang, S.; Wang, Y.; Lv, Y.; Wu, H.; Ma, X.; Tan, M. 2016: Highly fluorescent carbon dots for visible sensing of doxorubicin release based on efficient nanosurface energy transfer. Biotechnology Letters 38(1): 191-201
Raoui, M.; Massue, J.; Azarias, C.é; Jacquemin, D.; Ulrich, G. 2016: Highly fluorescent extended 2-(2'-hydroxyphenyl)benzazole dyes: synthesis, optical properties and first-principle calculations. Chemical Communications 52(59): 9216-9219
Suzuki, H.; Inoue, R.; Kawamorita, S.; Komiya, N.; Imada, Y.; Naota, T. 2015: Highly fluorescent flavins: rational molecular design for quenching protection based on repulsive and attractive control of molecular alignment. Chemistry 21(25): 9171-9178
Li, C.; Chen, H.; Chen, B.; Zhao, G. 2018: Highly fluorescent gold nanoclusters stabilized by food proteins: From preparation to application in detection of food contaminants and bioactive nutrients. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition 58(5): 689-699
Liu, Y.; Zhou, L.; Li, Y.; Deng, R.; Zhang, H. 2017: Highly fluorescent nitrogen-doped carbon dots with excellent thermal and photo stability applied as invisible ink for loading important information and anti-counterfeiting. Nanoscale 9(2): 491-496
Ma, X.; Zhang, Y.; Zheng, Y.; Zhang, Y.; Tao, X.; Che, Y.; Zhao, J. 2015: Highly fluorescent one-handed nanotubes assembled from a chiral asymmetric perylene diimide. Chemical Communications 51(20): 4231-4233
Mahadevan, K.; Patthipati, V.S.; Han, S.; Swanson, R.J.; Whelan, E.C.; Osgood, C.; Balasubramanian, R. 2016: Highly fluorescent resorcinarene cavitand nanocapsules with efficient renal clearance. Nanotechnology 27(33): 335101
Yang, J.; Hu, Y.; Luo, J.; Zhu, Y.-H.; Yu, J.-S. 2015: Highly fluorescent, near-infrared-emitting Cd²⁺-tuned HgS nanocrystals with optical applications. Langmuir 31(11): 3500-3509
Romero, N.; Roşca, S.-C.; Sarazin, Y.; Carpentier, J.-F.ço.; Vendier, L.; Mallet-Ladeira, S.; Dinoi, C.; Etienne, M. 2015: Highly fluorinated tris(indazolyl)borate silylamido complexes of the heavier alkaline earth metals: synthesis, characterization, and efficient catalytic intramolecular hydroamination. Chemistry 21(10): 4115-4125
Collins, D.J.; Neild, A.; Ai, Y. 2016: Highly focused high-frequency travelling surface acoustic waves (SAW) for rapid single-particle sorting. Lab on a Chip 16(3): 471-479
Luu, J.; Willard, B. 2015: Highly folded 5 m Fourier transform spectrometer for spaceborne wind lidar. Applied Optics 54(20): 6190-6198
Charpentier, C.; Lee, G.Q.; Rodriguez, C.; Visseaux, B.; Storto, A.; Fagard, C.; Molina, J-Michel.; Katlama, C.; Yazdanpanah, Y.; Harrigan, P.Richard.; Descamps, D. 2015: Highly frequent HIV-1 minority resistant variants at baseline of the ANRS 139 TRIO trial had a limited impact on virological response. Journal of Antimicrobial ChemoTherapy 70(7): 2090-2096
Eady, S.C.; Breault, T.; Thompson, L.; Lehnert, N. 2016: Highly functionalizable penta-coordinate iron hydrogen production catalysts with low overpotentials. Dalton Transactions 45(3): 1138-1151
Schirmer, M.L.; Spannenberg, A.; Werner, T. 2016: Highly functionalized alkenes produced from base-free organocatalytic Wittig reactions: (E)-3-benzylidenepyrrolidine-2,5-dione, (E)-3-benzylidene-1-methylpyrrolidine-2,5-dione and (E)-3-benzylidene-1-tert-butylpyrrolidine-2,5-dione. Acta Crystallographica. Section C Structural Chemistry 72(Part 6): 504-508
Goldberg, A.F.G.; Craig, R.A.; O'Connor, N.R.; Stoltz, B.M. 2015: Highly functionalized donor-acceptor cyclopropanes applied toward the synthesis of the Melodinus alkaloids. Tetrahedron Letters 56(23): 2983-2990
Lee, B.H.; Mohr, C.; Lopez-Hilfiker, F.D.; Lutz, A.; Hallquist, M.; Lee, L.; Romer, P.; Cohen, R.C.; Iyer, S.; Kurtén, T.; Hu, W.; Day, D.A.; Campuzano-Jost, P.; Jimenez, J.L.; Xu, L.; Ng, N.L.; Guo, H.; Weber, R.J.; Wild, R.J.; Brown, S.S.; Koss, A.; de Gouw, J.; Olson, K.; Goldstein, A.H.; Seco, R.; Kim, S.; McAvey, K.; Shepson, P.B.; Starn, T.; Baumann, K.; Edgerton, E.S.; Liu, J.; Shilling, J.E.; Miller, D.O.; Brune, W.; Schobesberger, S.; D'Ambro, E.L.; Thornton, J.A. 2016: Highly functionalized organic nitrates in the southeast United States: Contribution to secondary organic aerosol and reactive nitrogen budgets. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113(6): 1516-1521
Aeluri, R.; Ganji, R.J.; Marapaka, A.K.; Pillalamarri, V.; Alla, M.; Addlagatta, A. 2015: Highly functionalized tetrahydropyridines are cytotoxic and selective inhibitors of human puromycin sensitive aminopeptidase. European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 106: 26-33
Posel, Zšek.; Posocco, P.; Lísal, M.; Fermeglia, M.; Pricl, S. 2016: Highly grafted polystyrene/polyvinylpyridine polymer gold nanoparticles in a good solvent: effects of chain length and composition. Soft Matter 12(15): 3600-3611
Yatsenko, S.A.; Mittal, P.; Wood-Trageser, M.A.; Jones, M.W.; Surti, U.; Edwards, R.P.; Sood, A.K.; Rajkovic, A. 2017: Highly heterogeneous genomic landscape of uterine leiomyomas by whole exome sequencing and genome-wide arrays. Fertility and Sterility 107(2): 457-466.E9
Kim, M.; Cho, A.; Lim, H.Soo.; Hong, S.Gyu.; Kim, J.Hee.; Lee, J.; Choi, T.; Ahn, T.Seok.; Kim, O-Sun. 2015: Highly heterogeneous soil bacterial communities around Terra Nova Bay of Northern Victoria Land, Antarctica. Plos one 10(3): E0119966
Wang, C.; Zhao, Y.; Liu, J.; Gong, P.; Li, X.; Zhao, Y.; Yue, G.; Zhou, Z. 2016: Highly hierarchical porous structures constructed from NiO nanosheets act as Li ion and O2 pathways in long cycle life, rechargeable Li-O2 batteries. Chemical Communications 52(79): 11772-11774
Yang, Z.; Liu, Y.; Guo, R.; Hou, J.; Wu, L.; Xu, T. 2016: Highly hydroxide conductive ionomers with fullerene functionalities. Chemical Communications 52(13): 2788-2791
Yakubitskyi, S.N.; Kolosova, I.V.; Maksyutov, R.A.; Shchelkunov, S.N. 2016: Highly immunogenic variant of attenuated vaccinia virus. Doklady. Biochemistry and Biophysics 466: 35-38
Ren, F.; Chen, L.; Tong, Q. 2017: Highly improved acarbose production of Actinomyces through the combination of ARTP and penicillin susceptible mutant screening. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 33(1): 16
Nagai, T.; Takai, Y.; Akahori, T.; Ishida, H.; Hanaoka, T.; Uotani, T.; Sato, S.; Matsunaga, S.; Baba, K.; Seki, H. 2015: Highly improved accuracy of the revised PREoperative sarcoma score (rPRESS) in the decision of performing surgery for patients presenting with a uterine mass. Springerplus 4: 520
Bosc, D.; Mouray, E.; Cojean, S.; Franco, C.H.; Loiseau, P.M.; Freitas-Junior, L.H.; Moraes, C.B.; Grellier, P.; Dubois, J.ël. 2016: Highly improved antiparasitic activity after introduction of an N-benzylimidazole moiety on protein farnesyltransferase inhibitors. European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 109: 173-186
Yoon, C-Bun.; Kim, S.; Choi, S-Woo.; Yoon, C.; Ahn, S.Hyeon.; Chung, W.Jin. 2016: Highly improved reliability of amber light emitting diode with Ca -α-SiAlON phosphor in glass formed by gas pressure sintering for automotive applications. Optics Letters 41(7): 1590-1593
Wang, Y.; Xu, W.; Cui, S.; Xu, S.; Yin, Z.; Song, H.; Zhou, P.; Liu, X.; Xu, L.; Cui, H. 2015: Highly improved upconversion luminescence in NaGd(WO₄)₂:Yb³⁺/Tm³⁺ inverse opal photonic crystals. Nanoscale 7(4): 1363-1373
Nagao, M.; Fujisawa, T.; Ihara, T.; Kino, Y. 2016: Highly increased levels of IgE antibodies to vaccine components in children with influenza vaccine-associated anaphylaxis. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 137(3): 861-867
Unsleber, S.; He, Y.-M.; Gerhardt, S.; Maier, S.; Lu, C.-Y.; Pan, J.-W.; Gregersen, N.; Kamp, M.; Schneider, C.; Höfling, S. 2016: Highly indistinguishable on-demand resonance fluorescence photons from a deterministic quantum dot micropillar device with 74% extraction efficiency. Optics Express 24(8): 8539-8546
Corrales-Aguilar, E.; Trilling, M.; Reinhard, H.; Falcone, V.; Zimmermann, A.; Adams, O.; Santibanez, S.; Hengel, H. 2016: Highly individual patterns of virus-immune IgG effector responses in humans. Medical Microbiology and Immunology 205(5): 409-424
Wang, X.; Lu, Z.; Tan, L.; Jie, G. 2016: Highly intense fluorescence of novel carbon nanocrystals combined with a DNAzyme-assisted autocatalytic multiple amplification strategy for sensitive detection of thrombin. Analyst 141(10): 2865-2869
Liu, D.; Yao, C.; Wang, R.; Wang, M.; Wang, Z.; Wu, C.; Lin, F.; Li, S.; Wan, X.; Cui, D. 2015: Highly isoselective coordination polymerization of ortho-methoxystyrene with β-diketiminato rare-earth-metal precursors. Angewandte Chemie 54(17): 5205-5209
Hosseinzadeh, A.; Middlebrook, C.T. 2016: Highly linear dual ring resonator modulator for wide bandwidth microwave photonic links. Optics Express 24(24): 27268-27279
Zhang, C.; Morton, P.A.; Khurgin, J.B.; Peters, J.D.; Bowers, J.E. 2016: Highly linear heterogeneous-integrated Mach-Zehnder interferometer modulators on Si. Optics Express 24(17): 19040-19047
Lingg, N.; Berndtsson, M.; Hintersteiner, B.; Schuster, M.; Bardor, M.; Jungbauer, A. 2014: Highly linear pH gradients for analyzing monoclonal antibody charge heterogeneity in the alkaline range: Validation of the method parameters. Journal of Chromatography. a 1373: 124-130
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Nguyen, T.T.C.; Nguyen, C.K.; Nguyen, T.H.; Tran, N.Q. 2017: Highly lipophilic pluronics-conjugated polyamidoamine dendrimer nanocarriers as potential delivery system for hydrophobic drugs. Materials Science and Engineering. C Materials for Biological Applications 70(Part 2): 992-999
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Duman, F.D.; Hocaoglu, I.; Ozturk, D.G.; Gozuacik, D.; Kiraz, A.; Yagci Acar, H. 2015: Highly luminescent and cytocompatible cationic Ag2S NIR-emitting quantum dots for optical imaging and gene transfection. Nanoscale 7(26): 11352-11362
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Hu, L.; Chen, X.; Gui, Q.; Tan, Z.; Zhu, G. 2016: Highly mono-selective ortho-trifluoromethylation of benzamides via 8-aminoquinoline assisted Cu-promoted C-H activations. Chemical Communications 52(41): 6845-6848
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Muraoka, K.; Chaikittisilp, W.; Yanaba, Y.; Yoshikawa, T.; Okubo, T. 2015: Highly nanoporous silicas with pore apertures near the boundary between micro- and mesopores through an orthogonal self-assembly approach. Chemical Communications 51(53): 10718-10721
Hu, C.; Shen, J.; Yan, J.; Zhong, J.; Qin, W.; Liu, R.; Aldalbahi, A.; Zuo, X.; Song, S.; Fan, C.; He, D. 2016: Highly narrow nanogap-containing Au@Au core-shell SERS nanoparticles: size-dependent Raman enhancement and applications in cancer cell imaging. Nanoscale 8(4): 2090-2096
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Kang, B.J.; Baek, I.H.; Lee, S.-H.; Kim, W.T.; Lee, S.-J.; Jeong, Y.U.; Kwon, O.-P.; Rotermund, F. 2016: Highly nonlinear organic crystal OHQ-T for efficient ultra-broadband terahertz wave generation beyond 10 THz. Optics Express 24(10): 11054-11061
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Mäkelä, J.T.A.; Korhonen, R.K. 2016: Highly nonlinear stress-relaxation response of articular cartilage in indentation: Importance of collagen nonlinearity. Journal of Biomechanics 49(9): 1734-1741
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Dunsford, J.J.; Clark, E.R.; Ingleson, M.J. 2015: Highly nucleophilic dipropanolamine chelated boron reagents for aryl-transmetallation to iron complexes. Dalton Transactions 44(47): 20577-20583
Ding, J.; Zhu, X.; Bu, L.; Yao, J.; Guo, J.; Guo, S.; Huang, X. 2015: Highly open rhombic dodecahedral PtCu nanoframes. Chemical Communications 51(47): 9722-9725
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Kim, J.-Y.; Lee, K.-H.; Shin, J.; Park, S.H.; Kang, J.S.; Han, K.S.; Sung, M.M.; Pinna, N.; Sung, Y.-E. 2014: Highly ordered and vertically oriented TiO2/Al2O3 nanotube electrodes for application in dye-sensitized solar cells. Nanotechnology 25(50): 504003
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Montarnal, D.; Delbosc, N.; Chamignon, C.éc.; Virolleaud, M.-A.; Luo, Y.; Hawker, C.J.; Drockenmuller, E.; Bernard, J. 2015: Highly ordered nanoporous films from supramolecular diblock copolymers with hydrogen-bonding junctions. Angewandte Chemie 54(38): 11117-11121
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Xiong, X.; Yeung, Y.-Y. 2016: Highly ortho-Selective Chlorination of Anilines Using a Secondary Ammonium Salt Organocatalyst. Angewandte Chemie 55(52): 16101-16105
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Carniato, L.; Schoups, G.; van de Giesen, N.; Seuntjens, P.; Bastiaens, L.; Sapion, H. 2015: Highly parameterized inversion of groundwater reactive transport for a complex field site. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 173: 38-58
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Morrow, B.L.; McNatt, R.; Joyce, L.; McBride, S.; Morgan, D.; Tressler, C.; Mellits, C. 2016: Highly pathogenic beta-hemolytic streptococcal infections in cats from an institutionalized hoarding facility and a multi-species comparison. Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery 18(4): 318-327
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Hayashi, M.; Chu, D.; Meyer, C.F.; Llosa, N.J.; McCarty, G.; Morris, C.D.; Levin, A.S.; Wolinsky, J.-P.; Albert, C.M.; Steppan, D.A.; Park, B.H.; Loeb, D.M. 2016: Highly personalized detection of minimal Ewing sarcoma disease burden from plasma tumor DNA. Cancer 122(19): 3015-3023
Pan, S.; Zhao, Y.; Huang, G.; Wang, J.; Baunack, S.; Gemming, T.; Li, M.; Zheng, L.; Schmidt, O.G.; Mei, Y. 2015: Highly photocatalytic TiO2 interconnected porous powder fabricated by sponge-templated atomic layer deposition. Nanotechnology 26(36): 364001
Xiao, S.J.; Zhao, X.J.; Zuo, J.; Huang, H.Q.; Zhang, L. 2016: Highly photoluminescent MoO(x) quantum dots: Facile synthesis and application in off-on Pi sensing in lake water samples. Analytica Chimica Acta 906: 148-155
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Li, X.; Li, Y.; Xiang, Y.; Rong, N.; Zhou, P.; Liu, S.; Lu, J.; Su, Y. 2016: Highly photorefractive hybrid liquid crystal device for a video-rate holographic display. Optics Express 24(8): 8824-8831
Sinha, S.; Gaur, P.; Dev, S.; Mukherjee, T.; Mathew, J.; Mukhopadhyay, S.; Ghosh, S. 2015: Highly photostable zinc selective molecular marker bearing flexible pivotal unit: opto-fluorescence enhancement effect and imaging applications in living systems. Dalton Transactions 44(20): 9506-9515
Zhang, X.; Zhang, M.; Li, D.; He, W.; Peng, J.; Betzig, E.; Xu, P. 2016: Highly photostable, reversibly photoswitchable fluorescent protein with high contrast ratio for live-cell superresolution microscopy. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113(37): 10364-10369
Minh, L.V.; Hara, M.; Yokoyama, T.; Nishihara, T.; Ueda, M.; Kuwano, H. 2015: Highly piezoelectric MgZr co-doped aluminum nitride-based vibrational energy harvesters. IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control 62(11): 2005-2008
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Duce-Tello, S.; Martín-Moreno, V.; Rollán-Arribas, B.ña.; Agüero-Orgaz, D.; Martín-Gordo, O. 2016: Highly pigmented stain on the back. Semergen 42(4): 271-272
Yamada, S.; Matsumoto, T.; Wakizaka, M.; Chang, H.-C. 2016: Highly polar solvent-induced disproportionation of a cationic Pt(II)-diimine complex containing an o-semiquinonato. Dalton Transactions 45(12): 4974-4977
Dao, T.Phuong.; Majumdar, A.; Barrick, D. 2015: Highly polarized C-terminal transition state of the leucine-rich repeat domain of PP32 is governed by local stability. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 112(18): E2298-E2306
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Corso, J.; Bowler, M.; Heymann, E.W.; Roos, C.; Mundy, N.I. 2016: Highly polymorphic colour vision in a New World monkey with red facial skin, the bald uakari (Cacajao calvus). Proceedings. Biological Sciences 283(1828)
DiLeo, M.F.; Graf, R.é; Holderegger, R.; Rico, Y.; Wagner, H.H. 2015: Highly polymorphic microsatellite markers in Pulsatilla vulgaris (Ranunculaceae) using next-generation sequencing. Applications in Plant Sciences 3(7)
Li, Z.; Hu, Y.; Chang, M.; Howard, K.A.; Fan, X.; Sun, Y.; Besenbacher, F.; Yu, M. 2016: Highly porous PEGylated Bi2S3 nano-urchins as a versatile platform for in vivo triple-modal imaging, photothermal therapy and drug delivery. Nanoscale 8(35): 16005-16016
Hou, C-Hung.; Liu, N-Ling.; Hsi, H-Cheng. 2015: Highly porous activated carbons from resource-recovered Leucaena leucocephala wood as capacitive deionization electrodes. Chemosphere 141: 71-79
Goikhman, A.; Lyatun, I.; Ershov, P.; Snigireva, I.; Wojda, P.; Gorlevsky, V.; Semenov, A.; Sheverdyaev, M.; Koletskiy, V.; Snigirev, A. 2015: Highly porous nanoberyllium for X-ray beam speckle suppression. Journal of Synchrotron Radiation 22(3): 796-800
Saraji, M.; Ghani, M.; Rezaei, B.; Mokhtarianpour, M. 2016: Highly porous nanostructured copper foam fiber impregnated with an organic solvent for headspace liquid-phase microextraction. Journal of Chromatography. a 1469: 25-34
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Rodríguez-Hernández, D.; Barbosa, L.C.A.; Demuner, A.J.; de Almeida, R.M.; Fujiwara, R.T.; Ferreira, S.ão.R. 2016: Highly potent anti-leishmanial derivatives of hederagenin, a triperpenoid from Sapindus saponaria L. European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 124: 153-159
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Yellol, J.; Pérez, S.A.; Yellol, G.; Zajac, J.; Donaire, A.; Vigueras, G.; Novohradsky, V.; Janiak, C.; Brabec, V.; Ruiz, J.é 2016: Highly potent extranuclear-targeted luminescent iridium(iii) antitumor agents containing benzimidazole-based ligands with a handle for functionalization. Chemical Communications 52(98): 14165-14168
Tan, X.; Song, Y.H.; Park, C.; Lee, K.-W.; Kim, J.Y.; Kim, D.W.; Kim, K.D.; Lee, K.W.; Curtis-Long, M.J.; Park, K.H. 2016: Highly potent tyrosinase inhibitor, neorauflavane from Campylotropis hirtella and inhibitory mechanism with molecular docking. Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry 24(2): 153-159
Hussain, S.; Malik, A.H.; Iyer, P.K. 2015: Highly precise detection, discrimination, and removal of anionic surfactants over the full pH range via cationic conjugated polymer: an efficient strategy to facilitate illicit-drug analysis. Acs Applied Materials and Interfaces 7(5): 3189-3198
Zhang, S.; Wu, J.; Leng, J.; Lai, S.; Zhao, J. 2014: Highly precise stabilization of intracavity prism-based Er:fiber frequency comb using optical-microwave phase detector. Optics Letters 39(22): 6454-6457
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Lopes, V.M.; Lopes, J.R.C.; Brasileiro, J.P.B.; Oliveira, I.d.; Lacerda, R.P.; Andrade, M.R.D.; Tierno, N.ál.I.Z.; Souza, R.C.C.d.; Motta, L.A.C.R.d. 2017: Highly prevalence of vitamin D deficiency among Brazilian women of reproductive age. Archives of Endocrinology and Metabolism 61(1): 21-27
Proença, V.ân.; Aguiar, C.; Domingos, T. 2015: Highly productive sown biodiverse pastures with low invasion risk. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 112(14): E1695
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Li, C.; Zang, Z.; Chen, W.; Hu, Z.; Tang, X.; Hu, W.; Sun, K.; Liu, X.; Chen, W. 2016: Highly pure green light emission of perovskite CsPbBr3 quantum dots and their application for green light-emitting diodes. Optics Express 24(13): 15071-15078
Stelmakh, A.; Abrahamovych, O.; Cherkas, A. 2016: Highly purified calf hemodialysate (Actovegin®) may improve endothelial function by activation of proteasomes: A hypothesis explaining the possible mechanisms of action. Medical Hypotheses 95: 77-81
Ito, S.; Sano, Y.; Nagasawa, K.; Matsuura, N.; Yamada, Y.; Uchinaka, A.; Murohara, T.; Nagata, K. 2016: Highly purified eicosapentaenoic acid ameliorates cardiac injury and adipose tissue inflammation in a rat model of metabolic syndrome. Obesity Science and Practice 2(3): 318-329
Pirson, C.; Engel, R.; Jones, G.J.; Holder, T.; Holst, O.; Vordermeier, H.M. 2015: Highly purified mycobacterial phosphatidylinositol mannosides drive cell-mediated responses and activate NKT cells in cattle. Clinical and Vaccine Immunology: Cvi 22(2): 178-184
Goel, R.; Durand, E.; Trushin, N.; Prokopczyk, B.; Foulds, J.; Elias, R.J.; Richie, J.P. 2015: Highly reactive free radicals in electronic cigarette aerosols. Chemical Research in Toxicology 28(9): 1675-1677
Booth-Kewley, S.; McWhorter, S.K. 2014: Highly realistic, immersive training for navy corpsmen: preliminary results. Military Medicine 179(12): 1439-1443
Karadjian, G.; Hassanin, A.; Saintpierre, B.; Gembu Tungaluna, G.-C.; Ariey, F.; Ayala, F.J.; Landau, I.; Duval, L. 2016: Highly rearranged mitochondrial genome in Nycteria parasites (Haemosporidia) from bats. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113(35): 9834-9839
Wang, G.; Feng, W.; Zeng, X.; Wang, Z.; Feng, C.; McCarthy, D.T.; Deletic, A.; Zhang, X. 2016: Highly recoverable TiO2-GO nanocomposites for stormwater disinfection. Water Research 94: 363-370
Wang, J.; Geng, G. 2015: Highly recyclable superhydrophobic sponge suitable for the selective sorption of high viscosity oil from water. Marine Pollution Bulletin 97(1-2): 118-124
Arduin, E.; Arora, S.; Bamert, P.R.; Kuiper, T.; Popp, S.; Geisse, S.; Grau, R.; Calzascia, T.; Zenke, G.; Kovarik, J. 2015: Highly reduced binding to high and low affinity mouse Fc gamma receptors by L234A/L235A and N297A Fc mutations engineered into mouse IgG2a. Molecular Immunology 63(2): 456-463
Feng, H.; Liu, Y.; Li, J. 2015: Highly reduced graphene oxide supported Pt nanocomposites as highly efficient catalysts for methanol oxidation. Chemical Communications 51(12): 2418-2420
Hasegawa, T.; Masuda, N.; Ogata, N. 2015: Highly reflective line in optical coherence tomography images of eyes with macular edema associated with branch retinal vein occlusion. American Journal of Ophthalmology 159(5): 925
Svedholm-Häkkinen, A.M. 2015: Highly reflective reasoners show no signs of belief inhibition. Acta Psychologica 154: 69-76
Bakthadoss, M.; Kannan, D.; Srinivasan, J.; Vinayagam, V. 2015: Highly regio- and diastereo-selective synthesis of novel tri- and tetra-cyclic perhydroquinoline architectures via an intramolecular [3 + 2] cycloaddition reaction. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry 13(10): 2870-2874
Zhang, X.; Yang, Z.-P.; Huang, L.; You, S.-L. 2015: Highly regio- and enantioselective synthesis of N-substituted 2-pyridones: iridium-catalyzed intermolecular asymmetric allylic amination. Angewandte Chemie 54(6): 1873-1876
Gao, M.; Meng, J.-j.; Lv, H.; Zhang, X. 2015: Highly regio- and enantioselective synthesis of γ,δ-unsaturated amido esters by catalytic hydrogenation of conjugated enamides. Angewandte Chemie 54(6): 1885-1887
Li, D.; Kim, Y.E.; Yun, J. 2015: Highly regio- and stereoselective synthesis of boron-substituted enynes via copper-catalyzed borylation of conjugated diynes. Organic Letters 17(4): 860-863
Kore, A.R.; Senthilvelan, A.; Shanmugasundaram, M. 2015: Highly regioselective C-5 iodination of pyrimidine nucleotides and subsequent chemoselective Sonogashira coupling with propargylamine. Nucleosides Nucleotides and Nucleic Acids 34(2): 92-102
Han, J.; Zhang, L.; Zhu, Y.; Zheng, Y.; Chen, X.; Huang, Z.-B.; Shi, D.-Q.; Zhao, Y. 2016: Highly regioselective meta arylation of oxalyl amide-protected β-arylethylamine via the Catellani reaction. Chemical Communications 52(42): 6903-6906
Wu, L.; Liu, Q.; Spannenberg, A.; Jackstell, R.; Beller, M. 2015: Highly regioselective osmium-catalyzed hydroformylation. Chemical Communications 51(15): 3080-3082
Xu, Y.; Cong, T.; Liu, P.; Sun, P. 2015: Highly regioselective para-methylthiolation/bridging methylenation of arylamines promoted by NH4i. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry 13(38): 9742-9745
Saikia, A.K.; Deka, M.J.; Borthakur, U. 2016: Highly regioselective synthesis of 4-tosylthiomorpholine via intramolecular cyclization of N-tethered thioalkenols. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry 14(44): 10489-10495
Baker, D.N.; Jaynes, A.N.; Kanekal, S.G.; Foster, J.C.; Erickson, P.J.; Fennell, J.F.; Blake, J.B.; Zhao, H.; Li, X.; Elkington, S.R.; Henderson, M.G.; Reeves, G.D.; Spence, H.E.; Kletzing, C.A.; Wygant, J.R. 2016: Highly relativistic radiation belt electron acceleration, transport, and loss: Large solar storm events of March and June 2015. Journal of Geophysical Research. Space Physics 121(7): 6647-6660
DuPree, E.S. 2015: Highly reliable behaviors. Israel Journal of Health Policy Research 4: 51
Ren, W.; Sun, Y.; Wang, B.; Xia, W.; Qu, Q.; Xiang, J.; Dong, Z.; Lü, D.; Liu, L. 2016: Highly reliable optical system for a rubidium space cold atom clock. Applied Optics 55(13): 3607-3614
Park, S.P.; Yoon, D.H.; Tak, Y.J.; Lee, H.; Kim, H.J. 2015: Highly reliable switching via phase transition using hydrogen peroxide in homogeneous and multi-layered GaZnO(x)-based resistive random access memory devices. Chemical Communications 51(44): 9173-9176
Wang, W.; Hwang, S.K.; Kim, K.L.; Lee, J.H.; Cho, S.M.; Park, C. 2015: Highly reliable top-gated thin-film transistor memory with semiconducting, tunneling, charge-trapping, and blocking layers all of flexible polymers. Acs Applied Materials and Interfaces 7(20): 10957-10965
Devonshire, A.S.; Honeyborne, I.; Gutteridge, A.; Whale, A.S.; Nixon, G.; Wilson, P.; Jones, G.; McHugh, T.D.; Foy, C.A.; Huggett, J.F. 2015: Highly reproducible absolute quantification of Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex by digital PCR. Analytical Chemistry 87(7): 3706-3713
Ekholm, M.; Grabau, D.; Bendahl, Pär-Ola.; Bergh, J.; Elmberger, Göran.; Olsson, H.; Russo, L.; Viale, G.; Fernö, Mårten. 2015: Highly reproducible results of breast cancer biomarkers when analysed in accordance with national guidelines - a Swedish survey with central re-assessment. Acta Oncologica 54(7): 1040-1048
Kubota, S.; Yuguchi, M.; Yamazaki, Y.; Kanazawa, H.; Isokawa, K. 2016: Highly reproducible skeletal deformities induced by administration of β-aminopropionitrile to developing chick embryos. Journal of Oral Science 58(2): 255-263
Zeng, Z.; Dan Tang; Liu, L.; Wang, Y.; Zhou, Q.; Su, S.; Hu, D.; Han, B.; Jin, M.; Ao, X.; Zhan, R.; Gao, X.; Lu, X.; Zhou, G.; Senz, S.; Zhang, Z.; Liu, J. 2016: Highly reproducible surface-enhanced Raman scattering substrate for detection of phenolic pollutants. Nanotechnology 27(45): 455301
Kim, T.; Yang, S.J.; Sung, S.J.; Kim, Y.S.; Chang, M.S.; Jung, H.; Park, C.R. 2015: Highly reproducible thermocontrolled electrospun fiber based organic photovoltaic devices. Acs Applied Materials and Interfaces 7(8): 4481-4487
Heo, J.H.; Im, S.H. 2016: Highly reproducible, efficient hysteresis-less CH3NH3PbI(3-x)Cl(x) planar hybrid solar cells without requiring heat-treatment. Nanoscale 8(5): 2554-2560
Weber, I.T.; Kneller, D.W.; Wong-Sam, A. 2015: Highly resistant HIV-1 proteases and strategies for their inhibition. Future Medicinal Chemistry 7(8): 1023-1038
Arora, S.; Haghi, M.; Young, P.M.; Kappl, M.; Traini, D.; Jain, S. 2016: Highly respirable dry powder inhalable formulation of voriconazole with enhanced pulmonary bioavailability. Expert Opinion on Drug Delivery 13(2): 183-193
Fiser, B.L.; Shields, A.R.; Falvo, M.R.; Superfine, R. 2015: Highly responsive core-shell microactuator arrays for use in viscous and viscoelastic fluids. Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering: Structures Devices and Systems 25(2)
Yang, S.-J.; Wang, X.-J.; Li, J.; Rui, J.; Bao, X.-H.; Pan, J.-W. 2015: Highly retrievable spin-wave-photon entanglement source. Physical Review Letters 114(21): 210501
Taminato, S.; Hirayama, M.; Suzuki, K.; Yamada, N.L.; Yonemura, M.; Son, J.Y.; Kanno, R. 2015: Highly reversible capacity at the surface of a lithium-rich manganese oxide: a model study using an epitaxial film system. Chemical Communications 51(9): 1673-1676
Costa, A.M.S.; Mano, J.ão.F. 2015: Highly robust hydrogels via a fast, simple and cytocompatible dual crosslinking-based process. Chemical Communications 51(86): 15673-15676
Behrendt, A.; Friedenberger, C.; Gahlmann, T.; Trost, S.; Becker, T.; Zilberberg, K.; Polywka, A.; Görrn, P.; Riedl, T. 2015: Highly robust transparent and conductive gas diffusion barriers based on tin oxide. Advanced Materials 27(39): 5961-5967
Kim, Y.; Kim, G. 2015: Highly roughened polycaprolactone surfaces using oxygen plasma-etching and in vitro mineralization for bone tissue regeneration: fabrication, characterization, and cellular activities. Colloids and Surfaces. B Biointerfaces 125: 181-189
Bergonzo, C.; Henriksen, N.M.; Roe, D.R.; Cheatham, T.E. 2015: Highly sampled tetranucleotide and tetraloop motifs enable evaluation of common RNA force fields. Rna 21(9): 1578-1590
Gehring, T.V.; Vasilaki, E.; Giugliano, M. 2015: Highly scalable parallel processing of extracellular recordings of Multielectrode Arrays. Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Annual International Conference 2015: 4178-4181
Eichfeld, S.M.; Hossain, L.; Lin, Y.-C.; Piasecki, A.F.; Kupp, B.; Birdwell, A.G.; Burke, R.A.; Lu, N.; Peng, X.; Li, J.; Azcatl, A.; McDonnell, S.; Wallace, R.M.; Kim, M.J.; Mayer, T.S.; Redwing, J.M.; Robinson, J.A. 2015: Highly scalable, atomically thin WSe2 grown via metal-organic chemical vapor deposition. Acs Nano 9(2): 2080-2087
Correa, S.; Choi, K.Young.; Dreaden, E.C.; Renggli, K.; Shi, A.; Gu, L.; Shopsowitz, K.E.; Quadir, M.A.; Ben-Akiva, E.; Hammond, P.T. 2016: Highly scalable, closed-loop synthesis of drug-loaded, layer-by-layer nanoparticles. Advanced Functional Materials 26(7): 991-1003
Aroonyadet, N.; Wang, X.; Song, Y.; Chen, H.; Cote, R.J.; Thompson, M.E.; Datar, R.H.; Zhou, C. 2015: Highly scalable, uniform, and sensitive biosensors based on top-down indium oxide nanoribbons and electronic enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. Nano Letters 15(3): 1943-1951
Carniatto, N.; Fugi, R.; Thomaz, S.M. 2017: Highly segregated trophic niche of two congeneric fish species in Neotropical floodplain lakes. Journal of Fish Biology 90(3): 1118-1125
El-Sharif, H.F.; Yapati, H.; Kalluru, S.; Reddy, S.M. 2015: Highly selective BSA imprinted polyacrylamide hydrogels facilitated by a metal-coding MIP approach. Acta Biomaterialia 28: 121-127
Elfadly, A.M.; Zeid, I.F.; Yehia, F.Z.; Rabie, A.M.; Aboualala, M.M.; Park, S.-E. 2016: Highly selective BTX from catalytic fast pyrolysis of lignin over supported mesoporous silica. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules 91: 278-293
Iwamoto, H.; Kubota, K.; Ito, H. 2016: Highly selective Markovnikov hydroboration of alkyl-substituted terminal alkenes with a phosphine-copper(i) catalyst. Chemical Communications 52(35): 5916-5919
Shingange, K.; Tshabalala, Z.P.; Ntwaeaborwa, O.M.; Motaung, D.E.; Mhlongo, G.H. 2016: Highly selective NH3 gas sensor based on au loaded ZnO nanostructures prepared using microwave-assisted method. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 479: 127-138
Yuan, Z.; Wang, H.-Y.; Mu, X.; Chen, P.; Guo, Y.-L.; Liu, G. 2015: Highly selective Pd-catalyzed intermolecular fluorosulfonylation of styrenes. Journal of the American Chemical Society 137(7): 2468-2471
Wu, Q.; Zhang, C.; Zhang, B.; Li, X.; Ying, Z.; Liu, T.; Lin, W.; Yu, Y.; Cheng, H.; Zhao, F. 2016: Highly selective Pt/ordered mesoporous TiO2-SiO2 catalysts for hydrogenation of cinnamaldehyde: the promoting role of Ti(2.). Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 463: 75-82
Xu, D.; Yan, G.; Gao, M.; Deng, C.; Zhang, X. 2017: Highly selective SiO 2 -NH 2 @TiO 2 hollow microspheres for simultaneous enrichment of phosphopeptides and glycopeptides. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 409(6): 1607-1614
Zhang, Y.; Li, B.; Krishna, R.; Wu, Z.; Ma, D.; Shi, Z.; Pham, T.; Forrest, K.; Space, B.; Ma, S. 2015: Highly selective adsorption of ethylene over ethane in a MOF featuring the combination of open metal site and π-complexation. Chemical Communications 51(13): 2714-2717
Hayama, T. 2015: Highly selective analysis of biogenic-related compounds utilizing fluorous chemistry. Yakugaku Zasshi: Journal of the Pharmaceutical Society of Japan 135(2): 205-212
Quinete, N.; Bertram, J.; Reska, M.; Lang, J.; Kraus, T. 2015: Highly selective and automated online SPE LC-MS3 method for determination of cortisol and cortisone in human hair as biomarker for stress related diseases. Talanta 134: 310-316
Ai, Y.; Wu, M.; Li, L.; Zhao, F.; Zeng, B. 2016: Highly selective and effective solid phase microextraction of benzoic acid esters using ionic liquid functionalized multiwalled carbon nanotubes-doped polyaniline coating. Journal of Chromatography. a 1437: 1-7
Cui, P.; Dou, T.-Y.; Li, S.-Y.; Lu, J.-X.; Zou, L.-W.; Wang, P.; Sun, Y.-P.; Hao, D.-C.; Ge, G.-B. 2016: Highly selective and efficient biotransformation of linarin to produce tilianin by naringinase. Biotechnology Letters 38(8): 1367-1373
Khani, R.; Sobhani, S.; Beyki, M.H. 2016: Highly selective and efficient removal of lead with magnetic nano-adsorbent: Multivariate optimization, isotherm and thermodynamic studies. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 466: 198-205
Wang, M.; Liu, X.; Lu, H.; Wang, H.; Qin, Z. 2015: Highly selective and reversible chemosensor for Pd(2+) detected by fluorescence, colorimetry, and test paper. Acs Applied Materials and Interfaces 7(2): 1284-1289
Shao, X.; Kang, R.; Zhang, Y.; Huang, Z.; Peng, F.; Zhang, J.; Wang, Y.; Pan, F.; Zhang, W.; Zhao, W. 2015: Highly selective and sensitive 1-amino BODIPY-based red fluorescent probe for thiophenols with high off-to-on contrast ratio. Analytical Chemistry 87(1): 399-405
Liu, M.L.; Chen, B.B.; Liu, Z.X.; Huang, C.Z. 2016: Highly selective and sensitive detection of 2,4,6-trinitrophenol by using newly developed blue-green photoluminescent carbon nanodots. Talanta 161: 875-880
El Sayed, S.; Giménez, C.; Aznar, E.; Martínez-Máñez, Rón.; Sancenón, Félix.; Licchelli, M. 2015: Highly selective and sensitive detection of glutathione using mesoporous silica nanoparticles capped with disulfide-containing oligo(ethylene glycol) chains. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry 13(4): 1017-1021
Feyisa Bogale, R.; Ye, J.; Sun, Y.; Sun, T.; Zhang, S.; Rauf, A.; Hang, C.; Tian, P.; Ning, G. 2016: Highly selective and sensitive detection of metal ions and nitroaromatic compounds by an anionic europium(iii) coordination polymer. Dalton Transactions 45(27): 11137-11144
Li, W.; Jiang, W.; Ding, Y.; Wang, L. 2015: Highly selective and sensitive detection of miRNA based on toehold-mediated strand displacement reaction and DNA tetrahedron substrate. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 71: 401-406
Ma, L.; Shi, H.; Lian, K.; Diao, Y.; Chen, Y.; Ma, C.; Kang, W. 2017: Highly selective and sensitive determination of several antioxidants in human breast milk using high-performance liquid chromatography based on Ag(III) complex chemiluminescence detection. Food Chemistry 218: 422-426
Xu, Z.-Y.; Li, J.; Guan, S.; Zhang, L.; Dong, C.-Z. 2015: Highly selective and sensitive fluorescence chemosensor for the detection of palladium species based on Tsuji-Trost reaction. Spectrochimica Acta. Part a Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy 148: 7-11
Visscher, A.; Bachmann, S.; Schnegelsberg, C.; Teuteberg, T.; Mata, R.A.; Stalke, D. 2016: Highly selective and sensitive fluorescence detection of Zn(2+) and Cd(2+) ions by using an acridine sensor. Dalton Transactions 45(13): 5689-5699
Gu, B.; Huang, L.; Hu, J.; Liu, J.; Su, W.; Duan, X.; Li, H.; Yao, S. 2016: Highly selective and sensitive fluorescent probe for the detection of nitrite. Talanta 152: 155-161
Zhang, G.; Qiao, Y.; Xu, T.; Zhang, C.; Zhang, Y.; Shi, L.; Shuang, S.; Dong, C. 2015: Highly selective and sensitive nanoprobes for cyanide based on gold nanoclusters with red fluorescence emission. Nanoscale 7(29): 12666-12672
Chaiyo, S.; Siangproh, W.; Apilux, A.; Chailapakul, O. 2015: Highly selective and sensitive paper-based colorimetric sensor using thiosulfate catalytic etching of silver nanoplates for trace determination of copper ions. Analytica Chimica Acta 866: 75-83
Mane, A.A.; Suryawanshi, M.P.; Kim, J.H.; Moholkar, A.V. 2016: Highly selective and sensitive response of 30.5 % of sprayed molybdenum trioxide (MoO3) nanobelts for nitrogen dioxide (NO2) gas detection. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 483: 220-231
Arulraj, A.D.; Vijayan, M.; Vasantha, V.S. 2015: Highly selective and sensitive simple sensor based on electrochemically treated nano polypyrrole-sodium dodecyl sulphate film for the detection of para-nitrophenol. Analytica Chimica Acta 899: 66-74
Qu, L.-L.; Liu, Y.-Y.; He, S.-H.; Chen, J.-Q.; Liang, Y.; Li, H.-T. 2016: Highly selective and sensitive surface enhanced Raman scattering nanosensors for detection of hydrogen peroxide in living cells. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 77: 292-298
Keyvanfard, M.; Shakeri, R.; Karimi-Maleh, H.; Alizad, K. 2013: Highly selective and sensitive voltammetric sensor based on modified multiwall carbon nanotube paste electrode for simultaneous determination of ascorbic acid, acetaminophen and tryptophan. Materials Science and Engineering. C Materials for Biological Applications 33(2): 811-816
Li, M.; Nie, Y.; Mu, X.Qing.; Zhang, R.; Xu, Y. 2016: Highly selective anti-Prelog synthesis of optically active aryl alcohols by recombinant Escherichia coli expressing stereospecific alcohol dehydrogenase. Preparative Biochemistry and Biotechnology 46(5): 429-433
Li, B.-B.; Jia, Y.-X.; Zhu, P.-C.; Chew, R.J.; Li, Y.; Tan, N.S.; Leung, P.-H. 2015: Highly selective anti-cancer properties of ester functionalized enantiopure dinuclear gold(I)-diphosphine. European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 98: 250-255
Yakimova, L.S.; Shurpik, D.N.; Gilmanova, L.H.; Makhmutova, A.R.; Rakhimbekova, A.; Stoikov, I.I. 2016: Highly selective binding of methyl orange dye by cationic water-soluble pillar[5]arenes. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry 14(18): 4233-4238
Park, D.-S.; Jeon, H.-J.; Park, E.-S.; Bae, I.K.; Kim, Y.-E.; Lee, S.-E. 2015: Highly selective biomarkers for pesticides developed in Eisenia fetida using SELDI-TOF MS. Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology 39(2): 635-642
Cheng, T.; Zhu, S.; Zhu, B.; Liu, X.; Zhang, H. 2016: Highly selective capture of nucleosides with boronic acid functionalized polymer brushes prepared by atom transfer radical polymerization. Journal of Separation Science 39(7): 1347-1356
Yamashita, K.; Hase, S.; Kayaki, Y.; Ikariya, T. 2015: Highly selective carboxylative cyclization of allenylmethylamines with carbon dioxide using N-heterocyclic carbene-silver(I) catalysts. Organic Letters 17(10): 2334-2337
Cai, X.; Sun, W.; Xu, C.; Cao, L.; Yang, J. 2016: Highly selective catalytic reduction of NO via SO2/H2O-tolerant spinel catalysts at low temperature. Environmental Science and Pollution Research International 23(18): 18609-18620
Yasuno, F.; Hashikawa, K.; Kabeshita, Y.; Kudo, T.; Kishimoto, T. 2016: Highly selective category-specific deficits of visual processing at a stage of access to the semantic representation. Psychogeriatrics: the Official Journal of the Japanese Psychogeriatric Society 16(5): 331-333
Long, Z.; Xu, W.; Peng, Y.; Lu, Y.; Luo, Q.; Qiu, H. 2017: Highly selective coextraction of rhodamine B and dibenzyl phthalate based on high-density dual-template imprinted shells on silica microparticles. Journal of Separation Science 40(2): 506-513
Sadak, O.; Sundramoorthy, A.K.; Gunasekaran, S. 2017: Highly selective colorimetric and electrochemical sensing of iron (III) using Nile red functionalized graphene film. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 89(Part 1): 430-436
Singh, Y.; Ghosh, T. 2016: Highly selective colorimetric and fluorometric chemosensor for cyanide on silica gel and DMSO/H₂O (7:3 v/v) mixed solvent and its imaging in living cells. Talanta 148: 257-263
Qiu, S.; Lin, Z.; Zhou, Y.; Wang, D.; Yuan, L.; Wei, Y.; Dai, T.; Luo, L.; Chen, G. 2015: Highly selective colorimetric bacteria sensing based on protein-capped nanoparticles. Analyst 140(4): 1149-1154
Parthiban, C.; Manivannan, R.; Elango, K.P. 2015: Highly selective colorimetric sensing of Hg(II) ions in aqueous medium and in the solid state via formation of a novel M-C bond. Dalton Transactions 44(7): 3259-3264
Sacia, E.R.; Balakrishnan, M.; Deaner, M.H.; Goulas, K.A.; Toste, F.D.; Bell, A.T. 2015: Highly selective condensation of biomass-derived methyl ketones as a source of aviation fuel. Chemsuschem 8(10): 1726-1736
González-Esguevillas, M.ía.; Pascual-Escudero, A.; Adrio, J.; Carretero, J.C. 2015: Highly selective copper-catalyzed asymmetric [3+2] cycloaddition of azomethine ylides with acyclic 1,3-dienes. Chemistry 21(12): 4561-4565
Feng, Q.; Yang, K.; Song, Q. 2015: Highly selective copper-catalyzed trifunctionalization of alkynyl carboxylic acids: an efficient route to bis-deuterated β-borylated α,β-styrene. Chemical Communications 51(84): 15394-15397
Peng, C.; Xi, J.; Chen, G.; Feng, Z.; Ke, F.; Ning, J.; Li, D.; Ho, C.-T.; Cai, H.; Wan, X. 2017: Highly selective defluoridation of brick tea infusion by tea waste supported aluminum oxides. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 97(5): 1509-1516
Ye, J.; Zhao, L.; Bogale, R.F.; Gao, Y.; Wang, X.; Qian, X.; Guo, S.; Zhao, J.; Ning, G. 2015: Highly selective detection of 2,4,6-trinitrophenol and Cu(2+) ions based on a fluorescent cadmium-pamoate metal-organic framework. Chemistry 21(5): 2029-2037
Chen, B.B.; Liu, Z.X.; Zou, H.Y.; Huang, C.Z. 2016: Highly selective detection of 2,4,6-trinitrophenol by using newly developed terbium-doped blue carbon dots. Analyst 141(9): 2676-2681
Zhang, Z.; Sha, C.; Liu, A.; Zhang, Z.; Xu, D. 2015: Highly selective detection of Cr(VI) in water matrix by a simple 1,8-naphthalimide-based turn-on fluorescent sensor. Journal of Fluorescence 25(2): 335-340
Cao, Y.; Li, D.-W.; Zhao, L.-J.; Liu, X.-Y.; Cao, X.-M.; Long, Y.-T. 2015: Highly selective detection of carbon monoxide in living cells by palladacycle carbonylation-based surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy nanosensors. Analytical Chemistry 87(19): 9696-9701
Sanda, S.; Parshamoni, S.; Biswas, S.; Konar, S. 2015: Highly selective detection of palladium and picric acid by a luminescent MOF: a dual functional fluorescent sensor. Chemical Communications 51(30): 6576-6579
Mori, M.; Misawa, K.; Itabashi, H. 2014: Highly selective detection of trace copper(II) using bathocuproinesulfonate by flow-injection electrospray ionization mass spectrometry. Analytical Sciences: the International Journal of the Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry 30(12): 1173-1176
Zad, Z.Rezayati.; Davarani, S.Saeed.Hosseiny.; Taheri, A.Reza.; Bide, Y. 2016: Highly selective determination of amitriptyline using Nafion-AuNPs@branched polyethyleneimine-derived carbon hollow spheres in pharmaceutical drugs and biological fluids. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 86: 616-622
Topcu, C. 2016: Highly selective direct determination of chlorate ions by using a newly developed potentiometric electrode based on modified smectite. Talanta 161: 623-631
Yin, B.; Inagi, S.; Fuchigami, T. 2015: Highly selective electrochemical fluorination of dithioacetal derivatives bearing electron-withdrawing substituents at the position α to the sulfur atom using poly(HF) salts. Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry 11: 85-91
Ardeshiri, M.; Jalali, F. 2016: Highly selective electrode for potentiometric analysis of methadone in biological fluids and pharmaceutical formulations. Materials Science and Engineering. C Materials for Biological Applications 63: 30-36
Wang, X.; Wang, R.; Wu, Q.; Zhang, X.; Yang, Z.; Guo, J.; Chen, M.; Tang, M.; Cheng, Y.; Chu, H. 2016: Highly selective electrodeposition of sub-10 nm crystalline noble metallic nanorods inside vertically aligned multiwall carbon nanotubes. Nanotechnology 27(27): 275604
Huang, T.; Xiong, Y.; Chen, N.; Wang, D.; Lai, Y.; Deng, C. 2016: Highly selective enrichment of baicalin in rat plasma by boronic acid-functionalized core-shell magnetic microspheres: Validation and application to a pharmacokinetic study. Talanta 147: 501-509
Lee, J.H.; Lee, J.H.; Jung, S.H.; Hyun, T.K.; Feng, M.; Kim, J.-Y.; Lee, J.-H.; Lee, H.; Kim, J.S.; Kang, C.; Kwon, K.-Y.; Jung, J.H. 2015: Highly selective fluorescence imaging of zinc distribution in Hela cells and Arabidopsis using a naphthalene-based fluorescent probe. Chemical Communications 51(35): 7463-7465
Zhou, Y.; Dong, X.; Zhang, Y.; Tong, P.; Qu, J. 2016: Highly selective fluorescence sensors for the fluoride anion based on carboxylate-bridged diiron complexes. Dalton Transactions 45(16): 6839-6846
Schmitt, D.; Regenbrecht, C.; Hartmer, M.; Stecker, F.; Waldvogel, S.R. 2015: Highly selective generation of vanillin by anodic degradation of lignin: a combined approach of electrochemistry and product isolation by adsorption. Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry 11: 473-480
Kuciński, K.; Pawluć, P.; Marciniec, B.; Hreczycho, G. 2015: Highly selective hydrothiolation of unsaturated organosilicon compounds catalyzed by scandium(III) triflate. Chemistry 21(13): 4940-4943
Zhang, J.Feng.; Guo, L.E.; Zang, T.Nan.; Duan, Y.Lian.; Liu, X.Yi.; Yang, Z.; Verwilst, P.; Luo, K.; Wang, G.Ke.; Kou, J.Feng.; Zhou, Y.; Kim, J.Seung. 2015: Highly selective in vivo imaging of endogenous/exogenous phosphate ion over ATP and PPi. Chemistry An Asian Journal 10(5): 1165-1169
Sanchez-Gurmaches, J.; Hsiao, W.-Y.; Guertin, D.A. 2015: Highly selective in vivo labeling of subcutaneous white adipocyte precursors with Prx1-Cre. Stem Cell Reports 4(4): 541-550
Sirigu, S.; Hartman, J.J.; Planelles-Herrero, V.J.é; Ropars, V.; Clancy, S.; Wang, X.; Chuang, G.; Qian, X.; Lu, P.-P.; Barrett, E.; Rudolph, K.; Royer, C.; Morgan, B.P.; Stura, E.A.; Malik, F.I.; Houdusse, A.M. 2016: Highly selective inhibition of myosin motors provides the basis of potential therapeutic application. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113(47): E7448-E7455
Liu, B.; Hou, L.; Wu, W.-P.; Dou, A.-N.; Wang, Y.-Y. 2015: Highly selective luminescence sensing for Cu2+ ions and selective CO2 capture in a doubly interpenetrated MOF with Lewis basic pyridyl sites. Dalton Transactions 44(10): 4423-4427
Du, P.-Y.; Gu, W.; Liu, X. 2016: Highly selective luminescence sensing of nitrite and benzaldehyde based on 3d-4f heterometallic metal-organic frameworks. Dalton Transactions 45(21): 8700-8704
Fanizza, E.; Iacobazzi, R.M.; Laquintana, V.; Valente, G.; Caliandro, G.; Striccoli, M.; Agostiano, A.; Cutrignelli, A.; Lopedota, A.; Curri, M.L.; Franco, M.; Depalo, N.; Denora, N. 2016: Highly selective luminescent nanostructures for mitochondrial imaging and targeting. Nanoscale 8(6): 3350-3361
Gong, Y.; Fan, Z. 2015: Highly selective manganese-doped zinc sulfide quantum dots based label free phosphorescent sensor for phosphopeptides in presence of zirconium (IV). Biosensors and Bioelectronics 66: 533-538
Bellone, D.E.; Bours, J.; Menke, E.H.; Fischer, F.R. 2015: Highly selective molybdenum ONO pincer complex initiates the living ring-opening metathesis polymerization of strained alkynes with exceptionally low polydispersity indices. Journal of the American Chemical Society 137(2): 850-856
Hande, P.E.; Samui, A.B.; Kulkarni, P.S. 2015: Highly selective monitoring of metals by using ion-imprinted polymers. Environmental Science and Pollution Research International 22(10): 7375-7404
Xin, J.; Zhang, Y.; He, Z.; Wang, Z. 2016: Highly selective non-opioid kappa opioid receptor (KOR) agonist salvinorin a protects against forebrain ischemia-induced brain injury in rats. Brain Research 1637: 168-176
Monopoli, A.; Cotugno, P.; Zambonin, C.G.; Ciminale, F.; Nacci, A. 2015: Highly selective palladium-benzothiazole carbene-catalyzed allylation of active methylene compounds under neutral conditions. Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry 11: 994-999
Singhal, D.; Singh, A.K.; Upadhyay, A. 2014: Highly selective potentiometric and colorimetric determinations of cobalt (II) ion using thiazole based ligands. Materials Science and Engineering. C Materials for Biological Applications 45: 216-224
Choi, S.; Song, H.; Lim, S.W.; Kim, T.Y.; Ahn, J.H.; Lee, J.W.; Lee, M.-H.; Lee, S.Y. 2016: Highly selective production of succinic acid by metabolically engineered Mannheimia succiniciproducens and its efficient purification. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 113(10): 2168-2177
Zhang, X.; Li, H.; Liu, G.; Pu, S. 2016: Highly selective ratiometric fluorescent Zn 2+ chemosensor based on diarylethene derivative with bi-8-carboxamidoquinoline unit. Luminescence: the Journal of Biological and Chemical Luminescence 31(8): 1488-1495
Bao, S.; Tang, L.; Li, K.; Ning, P.; Peng, J.; Guo, H.; Zhu, T.; Liu, Y. 2016: Highly selective removal of Zn(II) ion from hot-dip galvanizing pickling waste with amino-functionalized Fe3O4@SiO2 magnetic nano-adsorbent. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 462: 235-242
Paterni, I.; Bertini, S.; Granchi, C.; Tuccinardi, T.; Macchia, M.; Martinelli, A.; Caligiuri, I.; Toffoli, G.; Rizzolio, F.; Carlson, K.E.; Katzenellenbogen, B.S.; Katzenellenbogen, J.A.; Minutolo, F. 2015: Highly selective salicylketoxime-based estrogen receptor β agonists display antiproliferative activities in a glioma model. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 58(3): 1184-1194
Yao, L.; Zhang, N.; Wang, C.; Wang, C. 2015: Highly selective separation and purification of anthocyanins from bilberry based on a macroporous polymeric adsorbent. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 63(13): 3543-3550
Zhang, J.-H.; Xie, S.-M.; Wang, B.-J.; He, P.-G.; Yuan, L.-M. 2015: Highly selective separation of enantiomers using a chiral porous organic cage. Journal of Chromatography. a 1426: 174-182
Armenta, S.; de la Guardia, M.; Abad-Fuentes, A.; Abad-Somovilla, A.; Esteve-Turrillas, F.A. 2016: Highly selective solid-phase extraction sorbents for chloramphenicol determination in food and urine by ion mobility spectrometry. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 408(29): 8559-8567
Feng, X.; Wang, J.-J.; Xun, Z.; Zhang, J.-J.; Huang, Z.-B.; Shi, D.-Q. 2015: Highly selective synthesis of functionalized polyhydroisoquinoline derivatives via a three-component domino reaction. Chemical Communications 51(8): 1528-1531
Lee, Y.H.; Ren, W.X.; Han, J.; Sunwoo, K.; Lim, J.-Y.; Kim, J.-H.; Kim, J.S. 2015: Highly selective two-photon imaging of cysteine in cancerous cells and tissues. Chemical Communications 51(76): 14401-14404
Cheung, O.; Wardecki, D.; Bacsik, Z.án.; Vasiliev, P.; McCusker, L.B.; Hedin, N. 2016: Highly selective uptake of carbon dioxide on the zeolite |Na10.2KCs0.8|-LTA- a possible sorbent for biogas upgrading. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics: Pccp 18(24): 16080-16083
Radovanović, N.ša.; Simić, A.; Skrobić, O.; Kotarac, M.; Ivanović, N. 2014: Highly selective vagotomy and gastrojejunostomy in the treatment of peptic ulcer induced gastric outlet obstruction. Vojnosanitetski Pregled 71(11): 1013-1017
Godemann, C.; Dura, L.; Hollmann, D.; Grabow, K.; Bentrup, U.; Jiao, H.; Schulz, A.; Brückner, A.; Beweries, T. 2015: Highly selective visible light-induced Ti-O bond splitting in an ansa-titanocene dihydroxido complex. Chemical Communications 51(15): 3065-3068
Boken, J.; Thatai, S.; Khurana, P.; Prasad, S.; Kumar, D. 2015: Highly selective visual monitoring of hazardous fluoride ion in aqueous media using thiobarbituric-capped gold nanoparticles. Talanta 132: 278-284
Chen, T.; Yin, L.; Huang, C.; Qin, Y.; Zhu, W.; Xu, Y.; Qian, X. 2015: Highly selective "Off-On" fluorescent probe for histidine and its imaging in living cells. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 66: 259-265
Niu, Q.; Wu, X.; Li, T.; Cui, Y.; Zhang, S.; Li, X. 2016: Highly selective, sensitive and fast-responsive fluorescent sensor for Hg(2+). Spectrochimica Acta. Part a Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy 163: 45-48
Zhou, C.-Q.; Yang, J.-W.; Dong, C.; Wang, Y.-M.; Sun, B.; Chen, J.-X.; Xu, Y.-S.; Chen, W.-H. 2016: Highly selective, sensitive and fluorescent sensing of dimeric G-quadruplexes by a dimeric berberine. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry 14(1): 191-197
Yu, X.; Zhang, Z.-L.; Zheng, S.-Y. 2015: Highly sensitive DNA detection using cascade amplification strategy based on hybridization chain reaction and enzyme-induced metallization. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 66: 520-526
Wang, Y.; Wee, E.J.H.; Trau, M. 2015: Highly sensitive DNA methylation analysis at CpG resolution by surface-enhanced Raman scattering via ligase chain reaction. Chemical Communications 51(54): 10953-10956
Ten, S.T.; Hashim, U.; Gopinath, S.C.B.; Liu, W.W.; Foo, K.L.; Sam, S.T.; Rahman, S.F.A.; Voon, C.H.; Nordin, A.N. 2017: Highly sensitive Escherichia coli shear horizontal surface acoustic wave biosensor with silicon dioxide nanostructures. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 93: 146-154
Li, Y.; Zhao, X.; Li, P.; Huang, Y.; Wang, J.; Zhang, J. 2015: Highly sensitive Fe₃O₄ nanobeads/graphene-based molecularly imprinted electrochemical sensor for 17β-estradiol in water. Analytica Chimica Acta 884: 106-113
Fang, L.; Song, Y.; Weng, X.; Li, F.; Xu, Y.; Lin, N. 2015: Highly sensitive HPLC-DAD method for the assay of gefitinib in patient plasma and cerebrospinal fluid: application to a blood-brain barrier penetration study. Biomedical Chromatography: Bmc 29(12): 1937-1940
Xu, X.-L.; Lin, F.-W.; Xu, W.; Wu, J.; Xu, Z.-K. 2015: Highly sensitive INHIBIT and XOR logic gates based on ICT and ACQ emission switching of a porphyrin derivative. Chemistry 21(3): 984-987
Kallem, R.R.; Jillela, B.; Ravula, A.R.; Samala, R.; Andy, A.; Ramesh, M.; Rao, J.S. 2016: Highly sensitive LC-MS/MS-ESi method for determination of phenelzine in human plasma and its application to a human pharmacokinetic study. Journal of Chromatography. B Analytical Technologies in the Biomedical and Life Sciences 1022: 126-132
Yang, D.; Guo, J.; Liu, Q.; Luo, Z.; Yan, J.; Zheng, R. 2016: Highly sensitive Raman system for dissolved gas analysis in water. Applied Optics 55(27): 7744-7748
Portela, A.; Yano, T.-A.; Santschi, C.; Martin, O.J.F.; Tabata, H.; Hara, M. 2017: Highly sensitive SERS analysis of the cyclic Arg-Gly-Asp peptide ligands of cells using nanogap antennas. Journal of Biophotonics 10(2): 294-302
Ko, J.; Lee, C.; Choo, J. 2015: Highly sensitive SERS-based immunoassay of aflatoxin B1 using silica-encapsulated hollow gold nanoparticles. Journal of Hazardous Materials 285: 11-17
Liang, F.-X.; Zhang, D.-Y.; Wang, J.-Z.; Kong, W.-Y.; Zhang, Z.-X.; Wang, Y.; Luo, L.-B. 2016: Highly sensitive UVA and violet photodetector based on single-layer graphene-TiO2 heterojunction. Optics Express 24(23): 25922-25932
Caviglia, G.P.; Abate, M.L.; Petrini, E.; Gaia, S.; Rizzetto, M.; Smedile, A. 2016: Highly sensitive alpha-fetoprotein, Lens culinaris agglutinin-reactive fraction of alpha-fetoprotein and des-gamma-carboxyprothrombin for hepatocellular carcinoma detection. Hepatology Research: the Official Journal of the Japan Society of Hepatology 46(3): E130-E135
Zheng, Z.; Ren, H.; VonWald, I.; Meyerhoff, M.E. 2015: Highly sensitive amperometric Pt-Nafion gas phase nitric oxide sensor: Performance and application in characterizing nitric oxide-releasing biomaterials. Analytica Chimica Acta 887: 186-191
Wen, Y.; Wen, W.; Zhang, X.; Wang, S. 2016: Highly sensitive amperometric biosensor based on electrochemically-reduced graphene oxide-chitosan/hemoglobin nanocomposite for nitromethane determination. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 79: 894-900
Lian, D.-S.; Zhao, S.-J. 2015: Highly sensitive analysis of nucleic acids using capillary gel electrophoresis with ultraviolet detection based on the combination of matrix field-amplified and head-column field-amplified stacking injection. Journal of Chromatography. B Analytical Technologies in the Biomedical and Life Sciences 978-979: 29-42
Liang, X.; Liu, S.; Zhu, R.; Xiao, L.; Yao, S. 2016: Highly sensitive analysis of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in environmental water with porous cellulose/zeolitic imidazolate framework-8 composite microspheres as a novel adsorbent coupled with high-performance liquid chromatography. Journal of Separation Science 39(14): 2806-2814
Mülek, M.; Högger, P. 2015: Highly sensitive analysis of polyphenols and their metabolites in human blood cells using dispersive SPE extraction and LC-MS/MS. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 407(7): 1885-1899
Li, J.; Zhang, L.; Wei, G.; Zhang, Y.; Zeng, Y. 2015: Highly sensitive and doubly orientated selective molecularly imprinted electrochemical sensor for Cu(2.). Biosensors and Bioelectronics 69: 316-320
Huang, Y.; Deng, H.-X.; Xu, K.; Wang, Z.-X.; Wang, Q.-S.; Wang, F.-M.; Wang, F.; Zhan, X.-Y.; Li, S.-S.; Luo, J.-W.; He, J. 2015: Highly sensitive and fast phototransistor based on large size CVD-grown SnS2 nanosheets. Nanoscale 7(33): 14093-14099
Ham, J.Yeon.; Jung, J.; Hwang, B-Gap.; Kim, W-Jung.; Kim, Y-Seop.; Kim, E-Ju.; Cho, M-Yeon.; Hwang, M-Sun.; Won, D.Il.; Suh, J.Soo. 2015: Highly sensitive and novel point-of-care system, aQcare Chlamydia TRF kit for detecting Chlamydia trachomatis by using europium (Eu) (III) chelated nanoparticles. Annals of Laboratory Medicine 35(1): 50-56
Iwama, E.; Takayama, K.; Harada, T.; Okamoto, I.; Ookubo, F.; Kishimoto, J.; Baba, E.; Oda, Y.; Nakanishi, Y. 2015: Highly sensitive and quantitative evaluation of the EGFR T790M mutation by nanofluidic digital PCR. Oncotarget 6(24): 20466-20473
Chauhan, N.; Narang, J.; Jain, U. 2015: Highly sensitive and rapid detection of acetylcholine using an ITO plate modified with platinum-graphene nanoparticles. Analyst 140(6): 1988-1994
Du, J.; Tao, Y.; Liu, Y.; Ma, L.; Zhang, W.; He, Z. 2016: Highly sensitive and reconfigurable fiber optic current sensor by optical recirculating in a fiber loop. Optics Express 24(16): 17980-17988
Wang, H.; Jiang, X.; He, Y. 2016: Highly sensitive and reproducible silicon-based surface-enhanced Raman scattering sensors for real applications. Analyst 141(17): 5010-5019
Asanuma, H.; Akahane, M.; Niwa, R.; Kashida, H.; Kamiya, Y. 2015: Highly sensitive and robust linear probe for detection of mRNA in cells. Angewandte Chemie 54(14): 4315-4319
Tian, Z.; Li, J.; Zhang, Z.; Gao, W.; Zhou, X.; Qu, Y. 2015: Highly sensitive and robust peroxidase-like activity of porous nanorods of ceria and their application for breast cancer detection. Biomaterials 59: 116-124
Katoch, A.; Choi, S.-W.; Kim, H.W.; Kim, S.S. 2015: Highly sensitive and selective H2 sensing by ZnO nanofibers and the underlying sensing mechanism. Journal of Hazardous Materials 286: 229-235
Nam, Y.; Kim, B.S.; Shin, I. 2016: Highly sensitive and selective bioluminescence based ozone probes and their applications to detect ambient ozone. Chemical Communications 52(6): 1128-1130
Mergu, N.; Singh, A.K.; Gupta, V.K. 2015: Highly sensitive and selective colorimetric and off-on fluorescent reversible chemosensors for Al³⁺ based on the rhodamine fluorophore. Sensors 15(4): 9097-9111
In, B.; Hwang, G.W.; Lee, K.-H. 2016: Highly sensitive and selective detection of Al(III) ions in aqueous buffered solution with fluorescent peptide-based sensor. Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters 26(18): 4477-4482
Zhang, X.; Chen, X.; Kai, S.; Wang, H-Yin.; Yang, J.; Wu, F-Gen.; Chen, Z. 2015: Highly sensitive and selective detection of dopamine using one-pot synthesized highly photoluminescent silicon nanoparticles. Analytical Chemistry 87(6): 3360-3365
Wang, D.-D.; Jin, Q.; Hou, J.; Feng, L.; Li, N.; Li, S.-Y.; Zhou, Q.; Zou, L.-W.; Ge, G.-B.; Wang, J.-G.; Yang, L. 2016: Highly sensitive and selective detection of human carboxylesterase 1 activity by liquid chromatography with fluorescence detection. Journal of Chromatography. B Analytical Technologies in the Biomedical and Life Sciences 1008: 212-218
Xie, Y.; Lin, X.; Huang, Y.; Pan, R.; Zhu, Z.; Zhou, L.; Yang, C.J. 2015: Highly sensitive and selective detection of miRNA: DNase I-assisted target recycling using DNA probes protected by polydopamine nanospheres. Chemical Communications 51(11): 2156-2158
Chen, J.; Pang, S.; He, L.; Nugen, S.R. 2016: Highly sensitive and selective detection of nitrite ions using Fe3O4@SiO2/Au magnetic nanoparticles by surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 85: 726-733
Song, Y.; Li, Y.; Liu, Y.; Su, X.; Ma, Q. 2015: Highly sensitive and selective detection of phosphate using novel highly photoluminescent water-soluble Mn-doped ZnTe/ZnSe quantum dots. Talanta 144: 680-685
Liang, A.; Peng, J.; Liu, Q.; Wen, G.; Lu, Z.; Jiang, Z. 2015: Highly sensitive and selective determination of fluorine ion by graphene oxide/nanogold resonance Rayleigh scattering-energy transfer analytical platform. Food Chemistry 181: 38-42
Kalambate, P.K.; Rawool, C.R.; Karna, S.P.; Srivastava, A.K. 2016: Highly sensitive and selective determination of methylergometrine maleate using carbon nanofibers/silver nanoparticles composite modified carbon paste electrode. Materials Science and Engineering. C Materials for Biological Applications 69: 453-461
Mei, C.; Lin, D.; Fan, C.; Liu, A.; Wang, S.; Wang, J. 2016: Highly sensitive and selective electrochemical detection of Hg(2+) through surface-initiated enzymatic polymerization. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 80: 105-110
Kannan, P.K.; Moshkalev, S.A.; Rout, C.S. 2016: Highly sensitive and selective electrochemical dopamine sensing properties of multilayer graphene nanobelts. Nanotechnology 27(7): 075504
Li, W.; Ge, J.; Zhao, C. 2015: Highly sensitive and selective electrochemiluminescence determination of cholesterol utilizing a functional electrode with a core-shell nanostructure. Luminescence: the Journal of Biological and Chemical Luminescence 30(6): 853-858
Shrivastav, A.M.; Usha, S.P.; Gupta, B.D. 2017: Highly sensitive and selective erythromycin nanosensor employing fiber optic SPR/ERY imprinted nanostructure: Application in milk and honey. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 90: 516-524
Shi, H.; Cui, Y.; Gong, Y.; Feng, S. 2016: Highly sensitive and selective fluorescent assay for guanine based on the Cu(2+)/eosin y system. Spectrochimica Acta. Part a Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy 161: 150-154
Song, Y.; Fan, R.; Fan, J.; Xing, K.; Du, X.; Wang, P.; Yang, Y. 2016: Highly sensitive and selective fluorescent probes for Hg2+ in Ag(i)/Cu(ii) 3D supramolecular architectures based on noncovalent interactions. Dalton Transactions 45(41): 16422-16432
Zhang, C.; Pu, S.; Sun, Z.; Fan, C.; Liu, G. 2015: Highly sensitive and selective fluorescent sensor for zinc ion based on a new diarylethene with a thiocarbamide unit. Journal of Physical Chemistry. B 119(13): 4673-4682
Peng, R.-P.; Wang, X.-J.; Xing, L.-B.; Wu, C.-J.; Chen, B.; Ji, H.-F.; Wu, L.-Z.; Tung, C.-H. 2014: Highly sensitive and selective fluoride ion sensors based on microcantilevers modified with hydrogels. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 14(9): 6632-6637
Liu, F.; Zhang, H.; Wu, Z.; Dong, H.; Zhou, L.; Yang, D.; Ge, Y.; Jia, C.; Liu, H.; Jin, Q.; Zhao, J.; Zhang, Q.; Mao, H. 2016: Highly sensitive and selective lateral flow immunoassay based on magnetic nanoparticles for quantitative detection of carcinoembryonic antigen. Talanta 161: 205-210
Lee, M.Y.; Kim, H.J.; Jung, G.Y.; Han, A.-R.; Kwak, S.K.; Kim, B.J.; Oh, J.H. 2015: Highly sensitive and selective liquid-phase sensors based on a solvent-resistant organic-transistor platform. Advanced Materials 27(9): 1540-1546
Tang, Y.; He, X.; Zhou, Z.; Tang, J.; Guo, R.; Feng, X. 2016: Highly sensitive and selective miRNA detection based on a closed ring probe and multiple signal amplification. Chemical Communications 52(96): 13905-13908
Dong, H.; Meng, X.; Dai, W.; Cao, Y.; Lu, H.; Zhou, S.; Zhang, X. 2015: Highly sensitive and selective microRNA detection based on DNA-bio-bar-code and enzyme-assisted strand cycle exponential signal amplification. Analytical Chemistry 87(8): 4334-4340
Yue, H.Y.; Zhang, H.; Chang, J.; Gao, X.; Huang, S.; Yao, L.H.; Lin, X.Y.; Guo, E.J. 2015: Highly sensitive and selective uric acid biosensor based on a three-dimensional graphene foam/indium tin oxide glass electrode. Analytical Biochemistry 488: 22-27
Caires, A.J.; Vaz, R.P.; Fantini, C.; Ladeira, L.O. 2015: Highly sensitive and simple SERS substrate based on photochemically generated carbon nanotubes-gold nanorods hybrids. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 455: 78-82
Guo, H.; Zhou, X.; Zhang, Y.; Song, B.; Zhang, J.; Shi, H. 2016: Highly sensitive and simultaneous detection of melamine and aflatoxin M1 in milk products by multiplexed planar waveguide fluorescence immunosensor (MPWFI). Food Chemistry 197(Part A): 359-366
Yi, Y.; Zhu, G.; Wu, X.; Wang, K. 2016: Highly sensitive and simultaneous electrochemical determination of 2-aminophenol and 4-aminophenol based on poly(l-arginine)-β-cyclodextrin/carbon nanotubes@graphene nanoribbons modified electrode. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 77: 353-358
Wang, K.; Fan, D.; Liu, Y.; Wang, E. 2015: Highly sensitive and specific colorimetric detection of cancer cells via dual-aptamer target binding strategy. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 73: 1-6
Hu, T.; Tie, C.; Wang, Z.; Zhang, J.-L. 2017: Highly sensitive and specific derivatization strategy to profile and quantitate eicosanoids by UPLC-MS/MS. Analytica Chimica Acta 950: 108-118
Srivastava, S.K.; Hamo, H.B.; Kushmaro, A.; Marks, R.S.; Grüner, C.; Rauschenbach, B.; Abdulhalim, I. 2015: Highly sensitive and specific detection of E. coli by a SERS nanobiosensor chip utilizing metallic nanosculptured thin films. Analyst 140(9): 3201-3209
Kumar, P.; Nandi, S.; Tan, T.Z.; Ler, S.G.; Chia, K.S.; Lim, W.-Y.; Bütow, Z.; Vordos, D.; De la Taille, A.; Al-Haddawi, M.; Raida, M.; Beyer, B.; Ricci, E.; Colombel, M.; Chong, T.W.; Chiong, E.; Soo, R.; Park, M.K.; Ha, H.K.; Gunaratne, J.; Thiery, J.P. 2015: Highly sensitive and specific novel biomarkers for the diagnosis of transitional bladder carcinoma. Oncotarget 6(15): 13539-13549
Medina, I.; Tárraga, J.; Martínez, H.; Barrachina, S.; Castillo, M.I.; Paschall, J.; Salavert-Torres, J.; Blanquer-Espert, I.; Hernández-García, V.; Quintana-Ortí, E.S.; Dopazo, J. 2016: Highly sensitive and ultrafast read mapping for RNA-seq analysis. Dna Research: An International Journal for Rapid Publication of Reports on Genes and Genomes 23(2): 93-100
Lin, S.G.; Ba, Z.; Du, Z.; Zhang, Y.; Hu, J.; Alt, F.W. 2016: Highly sensitive and unbiased approach for elucidating antibody repertoires. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113(28): 7846-7851
Hu, C.; Chen, S.; Wang, Y.; Liu, X.; Liu, J.; Zhang, W.; Chen, J.; Zhang, W. 2016: Highly sensitive and well reproducible Surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy from silver triangular platelets. Talanta 161: 599-605
Wilffert, D.; Asselman, A.; Donzelli, R.; Hermans, J.; Govorukhina, N.; Quax, W.J.; van de Merbel, N.C.; Bischoff, R. 2016: Highly sensitive antibody-free μLC-MS/MS quantification of rhTRAIL in serum. Bioanalysis 8(9): 881-890
Grèze, V.; Brugnon, F.; Chambon, F.; Halle, P.; Canis, M.; Amiot, C.; Grémeau, A.-S.; Pereira, B.; Yáñez Peralta, Y.; Tchirkov, A.; Kanold, J. 2017: Highly sensitive assessment of neuroblastoma minimal residual disease in ovarian tissue using RT-qPCR-A strategy for improving the safety of fertility restoration. Pediatric Blood and Cancer 64(5)
Jurášek, M.; Göselová, S.; Mikšátková, P.; Holubová, B.; Vyšatová, E.; Kuchař, M.; Fukal, L.; Lapčík, Ořich.; Drašar, P. 2017: Highly sensitive avidin-biotin ELISA for detection of nandrolone and testosterone in dietary supplements. Drug Testing and Analysis 9(4): 553-560
Jayamohan, H.; Gale, B.K.; Minson, B.; Lambert, C.J.; Gordon, N.; Sant, H.J. 2015: Highly sensitive bacteria quantification using immunomagnetic separation and electrochemical detection of guanine-labeled secondary beads. Sensors 15(5): 12034-12052
Park, J.-M.; Kim, J.-I.; Song, H.-W.; Noh, J.-Y.; Kang, M.-J.; Pyun, J.-C. 2015: Highly sensitive bacterial susceptibility test against penicillin using parylene-matrix chip. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 71: 306-312
Yang, J.-M.; Wang, F.-X.; Pan, G.-B. 2016: Highly sensitive broadband flexible photodetectors based on a blend film with zinc octaethylporphyrin long nanowires embedded in an insulating polymer. Nanoscale 8(5): 2811-2818
Segraves, J.M.; Frishman, W.H. 2015: Highly sensitive cardiac troponin assays: a comprehensive review of their clinical utility. Cardiology in Review 23(6): 282-289
Li, L.; Hu, Y.; Deng, D.; Song, H.; Lv, Y. 2016: Highly sensitive cataluminescence gas sensors for 2-butanone based on g-C 3 N 4 sheets decorated with CuO nanoparticles. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 408(30): 8831-8841
Srivastava, P.; Razi, S.S.; Ali, R.; Srivastav, S.; Patnaik, S.; Srikrishna, S.; Misra, A. 2015: Highly sensitive cell imaging "Off-On" fluorescent probe for mitochondria and ATP. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 69: 179-185
Li, N.; Chen, J.; Luo, M.; Chen, C.; Ji, X.; He, Z. 2017: Highly sensitive chemiluminescence biosensor for protein detection based on the functionalized magnetic microparticles and the hybridization chain reaction. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 87: 325-331
Wang, H.; Wang, D.M.; Huang, C.Z. 2015: Highly sensitive chemiluminescent detection of lead ion based on its displacement of potassium in G-Quadruplex DNAzyme. Analyst 140(16): 5742-5747
Thomas, S. 2016: Highly sensitive children out-of-home child care facilities. Kinderkrankenschwester: Organ der Sektion Kinderkrankenpflege 35(3): 85-88
Hsiao, Y.-C.; Sung, Y.-C.; Lee, M.-J.; Lee, W. 2015: Highly sensitive color-indicating and quantitative biosensor based on cholesteric liquid crystal. Biomedical Optics Express 6(12): 5033-5038
Park, J.; In, B.; Neupane, L.N.; Lee, K.-H. 2015: Highly sensitive colorimetric detection of Hg(II) and Cu(II) in aqueous solutions: from amino acids toward solid platforms. Analyst 140(3): 744-749
Gabriel, E.F.M.; Garcia, P.T.; Cardoso, T.M.G.; Lopes, F.M.; Martins, F.T.; Coltro, W.K.T. 2016: Highly sensitive colorimetric detection of glucose and uric acid in biological fluids using chitosan-modified paper microfluidic devices. Analyst 141(15): 4749-4756
Kang, F.; Hou, X.; Xu, K. 2015: Highly sensitive colorimetric detection of glucose in a serum based on DNA-embeded Au@Ag core-shell nanoparticles. Nanotechnology 26(40): 405707
Ratnarathorn, N.; Chailapakul, O.; Dungchai, W. 2015: Highly sensitive colorimetric detection of lead using maleic acid functionalized gold nanoparticles. Talanta 132: 613-618
Akhond, M.; Absalan, G.; Ershadifar, H. 2015: Highly sensitive colorimetric determination of amoxicillin in pharmaceutical formulations based on induced aggregation of gold nanoparticles. Spectrochimica Acta. Part A Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy 143: 223-229
Zhu, Y.; Cai, Y.; Zhu, Y.; Zheng, L.; Ding, J.; Quan, Y.; Wang, L.; Qi, B. 2015: Highly sensitive colorimetric sensor for Hg(2+) detection based on cationic polymer/DNA interaction. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 69: 174-178
Sun, M.; Feng, J.; Bu, Y.; Luo, C. 2015: Highly sensitive copper fiber-in-tube solid-phase microextraction for online selective analysis of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons coupled with high performance liquid chromatography. Journal of Chromatography. a 1408: 41-48
Liang, J.; Guan, M.; Huang, G.; Qiu, H.; Chen, Z.; Li, G.; Huang, Y. 2016: Highly sensitive covalently functionalized light-addressable potentiometric sensor for determination of biomarker. Materials Science and Engineering. C Materials for Biological Applications 63: 185-191
Soler, M.; Mesa-Antunez, P.; Estevez, M.-C.; Ruiz-Sanchez, A.J.; Otte, M.A.; Sepulveda, B.; Collado, D.; Mayorga, C.; Torres, M.J.; Perez-Inestrosa, E.; Lechuga, L.M. 2015: Highly sensitive dendrimer-based nanoplasmonic biosensor for drug allergy diagnosis. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 66: 115-123
Min, J.Z.; Nagai, K.; Shi, Q.; Zhou, W.; Todoroki, K.; Inoue, K.; Lee, Y.-I.; Toyo'oka, T. 2016: Highly sensitive derivatization reagents possessing positively charged structures for the determination of oligosaccharides in glycoproteins by high-performance liquid chromatography electrospray ionization tandem mass spectrometry. Journal of Chromatography. a 1465: 79-89
Gao, L.; Li, Q.; Li, R.; Yan, L.; Zhou, Y.; Chen, K.; Shi, H. 2015: Highly sensitive detection for proteins using graphene oxide-aptamer based sensors. Nanoscale 7(25): 10903-10907
Lee, B.H.; Nguyen, V.T.; Gu, M.B. 2017: Highly sensitive detection of 25-HydroxyvitaminD3 by using a target-induced displacement of aptamer. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 88: 174-180
Su, F.; Wang, L.; Sun, Y.; Liu, C.; Duan, X.; Li, Z. 2015: Highly sensitive detection of CpG methylation in genomic DNA by AuNP-based colorimetric assay with ligase chain reaction. Chemical Communications 51(16): 3371-3374
Ma, Y.; Zhang, H.; Liu, F.; Wu, Z.; Lu, S.; Jin, Q.; Zhao, J.; Zhong, X.; Mao, H. 2015: Highly sensitive detection of DNA methylation levels by using a quantum dot-based FRET method. Nanoscale 7(41): 17547-17555
Deng, H.; Png, S.Y.; Gao, Z. 2016: Highly sensitive detection of M.Sssi DNA methyltransferase activity using a personal glucose meter. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 408(21): 5867-5872
Na, W.; Liu, Q.; Sui, B.; Hu, T.; Su, X. 2016: Highly sensitive detection of acid phosphatase by using a graphene quantum dots-based förster resonance energy transfer. Talanta 161: 469-475
Zhang, L.L.; Ma, F.F.; Kuang, Y.F.; Cheng, S.; Long, Y.F.; Xiao, Q.G. 2016: Highly sensitive detection of bovine serum albumin based on the aggregation of triangular silver nanoplates. Spectrochimica Acta. Part a Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy 154: 98-102
Sun, Y.; Yang, Y.; Wang, L.; Lv, L.; Zhu, J.; Han, W.; Wang, E.; Guo, X.; Zhen, Y. 2015: Highly sensitive detection of cancer antigen human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 using novel chicken egg yolk immunoglobulin. Biologicals: Journal of the International Association of Biological Standardization 43(3): 165-170
Dervisevic, M.; Senel, M.; Sagir, T.; Isik, S. 2017: Highly sensitive detection of cancer cells with an electrochemical cytosensor based on boronic acid functional polythiophene. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 90: 6-12
Li, F.; Zhou, Y.-Y.; Peng, T.; Xu, H.; Zhang, R.-B.; Zhao, H.; Wang, Z.-Y.; Lv, J.-X.; Wu, Z.-S.; Shen, Z.-F. 2016: Highly sensitive detection of cancer-related genes based on complete fluorescence restoration of a molecular beacon with a functional overhang. Analyst 141(14): 4417-4423
Xia, G.; Ruan, C.; Wang, H. 2015: Highly sensitive detection of carbon dioxide by a pyrimido[1,2-a]benzimidazole derivative: combining experimental and theoretical studies. Analyst 140(15): 5099-5104
Qiao, Y.; Zheng, X. 2015: Highly sensitive detection of copper ions by densely grafting fluorescein inside polyethyleneimine core-silica shell nanoparticles. Analyst 140(24): 8186-8193
Bhardwaj, N.; Bhardwaj, S.; Mehta, J.; Kim, K.-H.; Deep, A. 2016: Highly sensitive detection of dipicolinic acid with a water-dispersible terbium-metal organic framework. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 86: 799-804
Matsubara, T.; Ujie, M.; Yamamoto, T.; Akahori, M.; Einaga, Y.; Sato, T. 2016: Highly sensitive detection of influenza virus by boron-doped diamond electrode terminated with sialic acid-mimic peptide. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113(32): 8981-8984
Miyazaki, K.; Oyanagi, J.; Sugino, A.; Sato, H.; Yokose, T.; Nakayama, H.; Miyagi, Y. 2016: Highly sensitive detection of invasive lung cancer cells by novel antibody against amino-terminal domain of laminin γ2 chain. Cancer Science 107(12): 1909-1918
Yu, Y.; Duan, S.; He, J.; Liang, W.; Su, J.; Zhu, J.; Hu, N.; Zhao, Y.; Lu, X. 2016: Highly sensitive detection of leukemia cells based on aptamer and quantum dots. Oncology Reports 36(2): 886-892
Jeun, M.; Park, S.; Lee, H.; Lee, K.Hyi. 2016: Highly sensitive detection of protein biomarkers via nuclear magnetic resonance biosensor with magnetically engineered nanoferrite particles. International Journal of Nanomedicine 11: 5497-5503
Wang, L.; Xu, H.; Song, Y.; Luo, J.; Wei, W.; Xu, S.; Cai, X. 2015: Highly sensitive detection of quantal dopamine secretion from pheochromocytoma cells using neural microelectrode array electrodeposited with polypyrrole graphene. Acs Applied Materials and Interfaces 7(14): 7619-7626
Li, W.-M.; Hu, T.-T.; Zhou, L.-L.; Feng, Y.-M.; Wang, Y.-Y.; Fang, J. 2016: Highly sensitive detection of the PIK3CA (H1047R) mutation in colorectal cancer using a novel PCR-RFLP method. Bmc Cancer 16: 454
Guo, T.; Liu, F.; Liang, X.; Qiu, X.; Huang, Y.; Xie, C.; Xu, P.; Mao, W.; Guan, B.-O.; Albert, J. 2016: Highly sensitive detection of urinary protein variations using tilted fiber grating sensors with plasmonic nanocoatings. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 78: 221-228
Zhao, D.; Zhang, G. 2015: Highly sensitive determination of Cu(II) iron in ng/mL level in natural waters using Sulfochlorophenol S. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 187(3): 72
Wen, G.; Zhang, X.; Li, Y.; Luo, Y.; Liang, A.; Jiang, Z. 2017: Highly sensitive determination of antimony in food by resonance Rayleigh scattering-energy transfer between grapheme oxide and I3(.). Food Chemistry 214: 25-31
Soomro, R.A.; Nafady, A.; Hallam, K.R.; Jawaid, S.; Al Enizi, A.; Sherazi, S.T.H.; Sirajuddin; Ibupoto, Z.H.; Willander, M. 2016: Highly sensitive determination of atropine using cobalt oxide nanostructures: Influence of functional groups on the signal sensitivity. Analytica Chimica Acta 948: 30-39
Yang, T.; Chen, H.; Ge, T.; Wang, J.; Li, W.; Jiao, K. 2015: Highly sensitive determination of chloramphenicol based on thin-layered MoS2/polyaniline nanocomposite. Talanta 144: 1324-1328
Ge, X.; Wu, X.; Wang, J.; Liang, S.; Sun, H. 2015: Highly sensitive determination of cyromazine, melamine, and their metabolites in milk by molecularly imprinted solid-phase extraction combined with ultra-performance liquid chromatography. Journal of Dairy Science 98(4): 2161-2171
Niu, Y.-M.; Liang, Y.; Liu, J.-Y.; Liu, J.-F. 2015: Highly sensitive determination of dialkyl phosphinate acids in environmental samples by ion chromatography tandem mass spectrometry. Journal of Chromatography. a 1394: 26-35
Li, H.; Wang, L.; Sheng, K.; Zou, L.; Ye, B. 2016: Highly sensitive determination of esculetin on TiO2-NPs-coated poly(diallyldimethylammonium chloride)-functionalized graphene modified electrode. Talanta 161: 838-846
Chaiyo, S.; Chailapakul, O.; Siangproh, W. 2014: Highly sensitive determination of mercury using copper enhancer by diamond electrode coupled with sequential injection-anodic stripping voltammetry. Analytica Chimica Acta 852: 55-62
Wang, T.; Su, W.; Xiao, Z.; Hao, S.; Li, Y.; Hu, J. 2015: Highly sensitive determination of reduced glutathione based on a cobalt nanoparticle implanted-modified indium tin oxide electrode. Analyst 140(15): 5176-5183
Zhou, Q.; Fang, Z. 2015: Highly sensitive determination of sulfonamides in environmental water samples by sodium dodecylbenzene sulfonate enhanced micro-solid phase extraction combined with high performance liquid chromatography. Talanta 141: 170-174
Jia, L.; Shi, S.; Ma, R.; Jia, W.; Wang, H. 2016: Highly sensitive electrochemical biosensor based on nonlinear hybridization chain reaction for DNA detection. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 80: 392-397
Zehani, N.; Fortgang, P.; Saddek Lachgar, M.; Baraket, A.; Arab, M.; Dzyadevych, S.V.; Kherrat, R.; Jaffrezic-Renault, N. 2015: Highly sensitive electrochemical biosensor for bisphenol a detection based on a diazonium-functionalized boron-doped diamond electrode modified with a multi-walled carbon nanotube-tyrosinase hybrid film. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 74: 830-835
Khunrattanaporn, N.; Rijiravanich, P.; Somasundrum, M.; Surareungchai, W. 2015: Highly sensitive electrochemical detection of genomic DNA based on stem loop probes structured for magnetic collection and measurement via metalised hollow polyelectrolyte shells. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 73: 181-187
Wang, J.; Yang, B.; Wang, H.; Yang, P.; Du, Y. 2015: Highly sensitive electrochemical determination of Sunset Yellow based on gold nanoparticles/graphene electrode. Analytica Chimica Acta 893: 41-48
Wang, J.; Yang, B.; Zhang, K.; Bin, D.; Shiraishi, Y.; Yang, P.; Du, Y. 2016: Highly sensitive electrochemical determination of Sunset Yellow based on the ultrafine Au-Pd and reduced graphene oxide nanocomposites. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 481: 229-235
Montes, R.; Céspedes, F.; Baeza, M. 2016: Highly sensitive electrochemical immunosensor for IgG detection based on optimized rigid biocomposites. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 78: 505-512
Li, N.; Ma, H.; Cao, W.; Wu, D.; Yan, T.; Du, B.; Wei, Q. 2015: Highly sensitive electrochemical immunosensor for the detection of alpha fetoprotein based on PdNi nanoparticles and N-doped graphene nanoribbons. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 74: 786-791
Yu, L.; Zhang, Y.; Hu, C.; Wu, H.; Yang, Y.; Huang, C.; Jia, N. 2015: Highly sensitive electrochemical impedance spectroscopy immunosensor for the detection of AFB1 in olive oil. Food Chemistry 176: 22-26
Zhou, Q.; Lin, Y.; Lin, Y.; Wei, Q.; Chen, G.; Tang, D. 2016: Highly sensitive electrochemical sensing platform for lead ion based on synergetic catalysis of DNAzyme and Au-Pd porous bimetallic nanostructures. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 78: 236-243
Ran, X.; Yang, L.; Zhang, J.; Deng, G.; Li, Y.; Xie, X.; Zhao, H.; Li, C-Peng. 2015: Highly sensitive electrochemical sensor based on β-cyclodextrin-gold@3, 4, 9, 10-perylene tetracarboxylic acid functionalized single-walled carbon nanohorns for simultaneous determination of myricetin and rutin. Analytica Chimica Acta 892: 85-94
Ye, C.; Wang, M.-Q.; Zhong, X.; Chen, S.; Chai, Y.; Yuan, R. 2016: Highly sensitive electrochemiluminescenc assay of acetylcholinesterase activity based on dual biomarkers using Pd-au nanowires as immobilization platform. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 79: 34-40
Afsharan, H.; Navaeipour, F.; Khalilzadeh, B.; Tajalli, H.; Mollabashi, M.; Ahar, M.Johari.; Rashidi, M-Reza. 2016: Highly sensitive electrochemiluminescence detection of p53 protein using functionalized Ru-silica nanoporous@gold nanocomposite. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 80: 146-153
Zhu, Q.; Cai, F.; Zhang, J.; Zhao, K.; Deng, A.; Li, J. 2016: Highly sensitive electrochemiluminescent immunosensor based on gold nanoparticles-functionalized zinc oxide nanorod and poly(amidoamine)-graphene for detecting brombuterol. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 86: 899-906
Suh, J.H.; Eom, H.Y.; Kim, U.; Kim, J.; Cho, H.-D.; Kang, W.; Kim, D.S.; Han, S.B. 2015: Highly sensitive electromembrane extraction for the determination of volatile organic compound metabolites in dried urine spot. Journal of Chromatography. a 1416: 1-9
Wu, L.; Yin, W.; Tang, K.; Shao, K.; Li, Q.; Wang, P.; Zuo, Y.; Lei, X.; Lu, Z.; Han, H. 2016: Highly sensitive enzyme-free immunosorbent assay for porcine circovirus type 2 antibody using Au-Pt/SiO2 nanocomposites as labels. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 82: 177-184
Liu, D.; Liang, Y.; Jin, L.; Sun, H.; Cheng, L.; Guan, B.-O. 2016: Highly sensitive fiber laser ultrasound hydrophones for sensing and imaging applications. Optics Letters 41(19): 4530-4533
Liu, Y.; Huang, Z.; Zhou, F.; Lei, X.; Yao, B.; Meng, G.; Mao, Q. 2016: Highly sensitive fibre surface-enhanced Raman scattering probes fabricated using laser-induced self-assembly in a meniscus. Nanoscale 8(20): 10607-10614
Xue, Q.; Lv, Y.; Xu, S.; Zhang, Y.; Wang, L.; Li, R.; Yue, Q.; Li, H.; Gu, X.; Zhang, S.; Liu, J. 2015: Highly sensitive fluorescence assay of DNA methyltransferase activity by methylation-sensitive cleavage-based primer generation exponential isothermal amplification-induced G-quadruplex formation. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 66: 547-553
Liang, W.; Liu, S.; Song, J.; Hao, C.; Wang, L.; Li, D.; He, Y. 2015: Highly sensitive fluorescence biosensors for sparfloxacin detection at nanogram level based on electron transfer mechanism of cadmium telluride quantum dots. Biotechnology Letters 37(5): 1057-1061
Gao, X.; Li, D.; Tong, Y.; Ge, D.; Tang, Y.; Zhang, D.; Li, J. 2015: Highly sensitive fluorescence detection of glycoprotein based on energy transfer between CuInS2 QDs and rhodamine B. Luminescence: the Journal of Biological and Chemical Luminescence 30(8): 1389-1394
Zheng, J.; Ye, T.; Chen, J.; Xu, L.; Ji, X.; Yang, C.; He, Z. 2017: Highly sensitive fluorescence detection of heparin based on aggregation-induced emission of a tetraphenylethene derivative. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 90: 245-250
Koizumi, N.; Harada, Y.; Beika, M.; Minamikawa, T.; Yamaoka, Y.; Dai, P.; Murayama, Y.; Yanagisawa, A.; Otsuji, E.; Tanaka, H.; Takamatsu, T. 2016: Highly sensitive fluorescence detection of metastatic lymph nodes of gastric cancer with photo-oxidation of protoporphyrin IX. European Journal of Surgical Oncology: the Journal of the European Society of Surgical Oncology and the British Association of Surgical Oncology 42(8): 1236-1246
Chen, J.; Tong, P.; Lin, Y.; Lu, W.; He, Y.; Lu, M.; Zhang, L.; Chen, G. 2015: Highly sensitive fluorescent sensor for mercury based on hyperbranched rolling circle amplification. Analyst 140(3): 907-911
Wang, X.; Zhou, A.; Cai, W.; Yu, D.; Zhu, Z.; Jiang, C.; Jin, L. 2015: Highly sensitive fluorescent stain for detecting lipopolysaccharides in sodium dodecyl sulfate polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. Electrophoresis 36(15): 1795-1800
Sampaolo, A.; Patimisco, P.; Giglio, M.; Chieco, L.; Scamarcio, G.; Tittel, F.K.; Spagnolo, V. 2016: Highly sensitive gas leak detector based on a quartz-enhanced photoacoustic SF6 sensor. Optics Express 24(14): 15872-15881
Shamsipur, M.; Memari, Z.; Ganjali, M.Reza.; Norouzi, P.; Faridbod, F. 2016: Highly sensitive gold nanoparticles-based optical sensing of DNA hybridization using bis(8-hydroxyquinoline-5-solphonate)cerium(III) chloride as a novel fluorescence probe. Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis 118: 356-362
Wang, X.; Dong, S.; Gai, P.; Duan, R.; Li, F. 2016: Highly sensitive homogeneous electrochemical aptasensor for antibiotic residues detection based on dual recycling amplification strategy. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 82: 49-54
Posada-Quintero, H.F.; Florian, J.P.; Orjuela-Cañón, Álvaro.D.; Chon, K.H. 2016: Highly sensitive index of sympathetic activity based on time-frequency spectral analysis of electrodermal activity. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology 311(3): R582-R591
Chen, H.; Mundra, P.A.; Zhao, L.N.; Lin, F.; Zheng, J. 2014: Highly sensitive inference of time-delayed gene regulation by network deconvolution. Bmc Systems Biology 8(Suppl 4): S6
Raj, M.A.; Gowthaman, N.S.K.; John, S.A. 2016: Highly sensitive interference-free electrochemical determination of pyridoxine at graphene modified electrode: Importance in Parkinson and Asthma treatments. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 474: 171-178
Schumacher, F.; Chakraborty, S.; Kleuser, B.; Gulbins, E.; Schwerdtle, T.; Aschner, M.; Bornhorst, J. 2015: Highly sensitive isotope-dilution liquid-chromatography-electrospray ionization-tandem-mass spectrometry approach to study the drug-mediated modulation of dopamine and serotonin levels in Caenorhabditis elegans. Talanta 144: 71-79
Shamsipur, M.; Farzin, L.; Amouzadeh Tabrizi, M.; Molaabasi, F. 2015: Highly sensitive label free electrochemical detection of VGEF165 tumor marker based on "signal off" and "signal on" strategies using an anti-VEGF165 aptamer immobilized BSA-gold nanoclusters/ionic liquid/glassy carbon electrode. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 74: 369-375
Sheybani, R.; Shukla, A. 2017: Highly sensitive label-free dual sensor array for rapid detection of wound bacteria. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 92: 425-433
Wang, C.; Lu, Q.; Bai, J.; Yang, G.; Wang, K.; Liu, D.; Yang, Y. 2015: Highly sensitive lateral deformable optical MEMS displacement sensor: anomalous diffraction studied by rigorous coupled-wave analysis. Applied Optics 54(30): 8935-8943
Spengler, M.; Adler, M.; Niemeyer, C.M. 2015: Highly sensitive ligand-binding assays in pre-clinical and clinical applications: immuno-PCR and other emerging techniques. Analyst 140(18): 6175-6194
Marques, C.A.F.; Peng, G.-D.; Webb, D.J. 2015: Highly sensitive liquid level monitoring system utilizing polymer fiber Bragg gratings. Optics Express 23(5): 6058-6072
Yasunaga, M.; Murotomi, K.; Abe, H.; Yamazaki, T.; Nishii, S.; Ohbayashi, T.; Oshimura, M.; Noguchi, T.; Niwa, K.; Ohmiya, Y.; Nakajima, Y. 2015: Highly sensitive luciferase reporter assay using a potent destabilization sequence of calpain 3. Journal of Biotechnology 194: 115-123
Malvar, O.; Ramos, D.; Martínez, C.; Kosaka, P.; Tamayo, J.; Calleja, M. 2015: Highly sensitive measurement of liquid density in air using suspended microcapillary resonators. Sensors 15(4): 7650-7657
Wu, Y.; Liu, R.; Gu, P.; Cheng, M.; Zheng, L.; Liu, Y.; Ma, P.; Ding, L. 2015: Highly sensitive method for simultaneous determination of nine alkaloids of Shuanghua Baihe tablets in human plasma by LC-MS/MS and its application. Journal of Chromatography. B Analytical Technologies in the Biomedical and Life Sciences 1007: 81-92
Cong, W.; Zhou, A.; Liu, Z.; Shen, J.; Zhou, X.; Ye, W.; Zhu, Z.; Zhu, X.; Lin, J.; Jin, L. 2015: Highly sensitive method for specific, brief, and economical detection of glycoproteins in sodium dodecyl sulfate-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis by the synthesis of a new hydrazide derivative. Analytical Chemistry 87(3): 1462-1465
Rifat, A.A.; Mahdiraji, G.A.; Sua, Y.M.; Ahmed, R.; Shee, Y.G.; Adikan, F.R.M. 2016: Highly sensitive multi-core flat fiber surface plasmon resonance refractive index sensor. Optics Express 24(3): 2485-2495
Takeya, K. 2016: Highly sensitive myosin phosphorylation analysis in the renal afferent arteriole. Journal of Smooth Muscle Research 52: 45-55
Garcia-Cortes, M.; Encinar, J.Ruiz.; Costa-Fernandez, J.M.; Sanz-Medel, A. 2016: Highly sensitive nanoparticle-based immunoassays with elemental detection: Application to Prostate-Specific Antigen quantification. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 85: 128-134
Jia, T.; Fu, C.; Huang, C.; Yang, H.; Jia, N. 2015: Highly sensitive naphthalimide-based fluorescence polarization probe for detecting cancer cells. Acs Applied Materials and Interfaces 7(18): 10013-10021
Shen, Z.; Gao, W.; Li, P.; Wang, X.; Zheng, Q.; Wu, H.; Ma, Y.; Guan, W.; Wu, S.; Yu, Y.; Ding, K. 2016: Highly sensitive nonenzymatic glucose sensor based on nickel nanoparticle-attapulgite-reduced graphene oxide-modified glassy carbon electrode. Talanta 159: 194-199
Fang, F.; Qi, Y.; Lu, F.; Yang, L. 2016: Highly sensitive on-site detection of drugs adulterated in botanical dietary supplements using thin layer chromatography combined with dynamic surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy. Talanta 146: 351-357
Zhang, Z.; Chen, Z.; Cheng, F.; Zhang, Y.; Chen, L. 2017: Highly sensitive on-site detection of glucose in human urine with naked eye based on enzymatic-like reaction mediated etching of gold nanorods. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 89(Part 2): 932-936
Marques, L.; Hernandez, F.U.; James, S.W.; Morgan, S.P.; Clark, M.; Tatam, R.P.; Korposh, S. 2016: Highly sensitive optical fibre long period grating biosensor anchored with silica core gold shell nanoparticles. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 75: 222-231
Muthumali DeSilva, K.T.K.; Rajagopalan, U.M.; Kadono, H. 2017: Highly sensitive optical interferometric technique reveals stress-dependent instantaneous nanometric growth fluctuations of Chinese chive leaf under heavy metal stress. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 137: 86-93
Wang, C.-T.; Wang, C.-Y.; Yu, J.-H.; Kuo, I.-T.; Tseng, C.-W.; Jau, H.-C.; Chen, Y.-J.; Lin, T.-H. 2016: Highly sensitive optical temperature sensor based on a SiN micro-ring resonator with liquid crystal cladding. Optics Express 24(2): 1002-1007
Zhao, H.; Bai, J. 2015: Highly sensitive piezo-resistive graphite nanoplatelet-carbon nanotube hybrids/polydimethylsilicone composites with improved conductive network construction. Acs Applied Materials and Interfaces 7(18): 9652-9659
Laarraj, M.; Adhiri, R.; Ouaskit, S.; Moussetad, M.; Guttin, C.; Richard, J.; Garden, J.-L. 2015: Highly sensitive pseudo-differential ac-nanocalorimeter for the study of the glass transition. Review of Scientific Instruments 86(11): 115110
Watanabe, E.; Baba, K. 2015: Highly sensitive quantification of pyrethroid insecticide etofenprox in vegetables with high-performance liquid chromatography and fluorescence detection. Journal of Chromatography. a 1385: 35-41
Kuwayama, K.; Miyaguchi, H.; Yamamuro, T.; Tsujikawa, K.; Kanamori, T.; Iwata, Y.T.; Inoue, H. 2016: Highly sensitive quantification of unconjugated 11-nor-9-carboxy-Δ(9)-tetrahydrocannabinol in a cannabis user's hair using micropulverized extraction. Forensic Science International 262: E34-E36
Montemurro, M.; Pinto, L.; Véras, G.; de Araújo Gomes, A.; Culzoni, Mía.J.; Ugulino de Araújo, Mário.C.; Goicoechea, Héctor.C. 2016: Highly sensitive quantitation of pesticides in fruit juice samples by modeling four-way data gathered with high-performance liquid chromatography with fluorescence excitation-emission detection. Talanta 154: 208-218
Ng, A.M.H.; Kenry; Teck Lim, C.; Low, H.Y.; Loh, K.P. 2015: Highly sensitive reduced graphene oxide microelectrode array sensor. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 65: 265-273
Zhang, W.; Serna, S.; Le Roux, X.; Vivien, L.; Cassan, E. 2016: Highly sensitive refractive index sensing by fast detuning the critical coupling condition of slot waveguide ring resonators. Optics Letters 41(3): 532-535
Xu, Z.; Sun, Q.; Li, B.; Luo, Y.; Lu, W.; Liu, D.; Shum, P.P.; Zhang, L. 2015: Highly sensitive refractive index sensor based on cascaded microfiber knots with Vernier effect. Optics Express 23(5): 6662-6672
Akimoto, M.; Hokazono, E.; Ota, E.; Tateishi, T.; Kayamori, Y. 2016: Highly sensitive reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography assay for the detection of Tamm-Horsfall protein in human urine. Annals of Clinical Biochemistry 53(Part 1): 75-84
Nguyen, V.-T.; Seo, H.B.; Kim, B.C.; Kim, S.K.; Song, C.-S.; Gu, M.B. 2016: Highly sensitive sandwich-type SPR based detection of whole H5Nx viruses using a pair of aptamers. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 86: 293-300
Wu, J.; Yu, F.; Zhang, Z.; Chen, Y.; Du, J. 2016: Highly sensitive self-complementary DNA nanoswitches triggered by polyelectrolytes. Nanoscale 8(1): 464-470
Reed, J.L.; Walker, Z.J.; Basu, D.; Allen, V.; Nicol, M.P.; Kelso, D.M.; McFall, S.M. 2016: Highly sensitive sequence specific qPCR detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex in respiratory specimens. Tuberculosis 101: 114-124
Yang, Q.; Lin, J.; Liu, M.; Li, R.; Tian, B.; Zhang, X.; Xu, B.; Liu, M.; Zhang, X.; Li, Y.; Shi, H.; Wu, L. 2016: Highly sensitive sequencing reveals dynamic modifications and activities of small RNAs in mouse oocytes and early embryos. Science Advances 2(6): E1501482
Adam, T.; Hashim, U. 2015: Highly sensitive silicon nanowire biosensor with novel liquid gate control for detection of specific single-stranded DNA molecules. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 67: 656-661
Grossmann, J.; Suslov, A.; Yong, G.; Boatner, L.A.; Svitelskiy, O. 2016: Highly sensitive simple homodyne phase detector for ultrasonic pulse-echo measurements. Review of Scientific Instruments 87(4): 044901
Johänning, J.; Heinkele, G.; Precht, J.C.; Brauch, H.; Eichelbaum, M.; Schwab, M.; Schroth, W.; Mürdter, T.E. 2015: Highly sensitive simultaneous quantification of estrogenic tamoxifen metabolites and steroid hormones by LC-MS/MS. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 407(24): 7497-7502
Miclaus, M.O.; Filip, X.; Filip, C.; Martin, F.A.; Grosu, I.G. 2016: Highly sensitive solid forms discrimination on the whole tablet of the active ingredients in quercetin dietary supplements by NMR crystallography approaches. Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis 124: 274-280
Omar, M.A.; Hammad, M.A.; Salman, B.I.; Derayea, S.M. 2016: Highly sensitive spectrofluorimetric method for determination of doxazosin through derivatization with fluorescamine; Application to content uniformity testing. Spectrochimica Acta. Part a Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy 157: 55-60
Suehiro, Y.; Sakai, K.; Nishioka, M.; Hashimoto, S.; Takami, T.; Higaki, S.; Shindo, Y.; Hazama, S.; Oka, M.; Nagano, H.; Sakaida, I.; Yamasaki, T. 2017: Highly sensitive stool DNA testing of Fusobacterium nucleatum as a marker for detection of colorectal tumours in a Japanese population. Annals of Clinical Biochemistry 54(1): 86-91
Nagahama, H.; Schneider, G.; Mooser, A.; Smorra, C.; Sellner, S.; Harrington, J.; Higuchi, T.; Borchert, M.; Tanaka, T.; Besirli, M.; Blaum, K.; Matsuda, Y.; Ospelkaus, C.; Quint, W.; Walz, J.; Yamazaki, Y.; Ulmer, S. 2016: Highly sensitive superconducting circuits at ∼700 kHz with tunable quality factors for image-current detection of single trapped antiprotons. Review of Scientific Instruments 87(11): 113305
Li, Z.; Chen, T.; Zhang, Z.; Zhou, Y.; Li, D.; Xie, Z. 2016: Highly sensitive surface plasmon resonance sensor utilizing a long period grating with photosensitive cladding. Applied Optics 55(6): 1470-1480
Zhao, Y.; Zeng, W.; Tao, Z.; Xiong, P.; Qu, Y.; Zhu, Y. 2015: Highly sensitive surface-enhanced Raman scattering based on multi-dimensional plasmonic coupling in Au-graphene-Ag hybrids. Chemical Communications 51(5): 866-869
Zhou, W.; Yin, B-Cheng.; Ye, B-Ce. 2017: Highly sensitive surface-enhanced Raman scattering detection of hexavalent chromium based on hollow sea urchin-like TiO 2 @Ag nanoparticle substrate. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 87: 187-194
Hattori, T.; Fukushi, K. 2016: Highly sensitive tITP-CZE determination of l-histidine and creatinine in human blood plasma using field-amplified sample injection with mobility-boost effect. Electrophoresis 37(2): 267-273
Cao, K.; Liu, Y.; Qu, S. 2016: Highly sensitive temperature sensor based on cascaded polymer-microbubble cavities by employing a subtraction between reciprocal thermal responses. Optics Express 24(18): 20655-20662
Inomata, N.; Toda, M.; Ono, T. 2016: Highly sensitive thermometer using a vacuum-packed Si resonator in a microfluidic chip for the thermal measurement of single cells. Lab on a Chip 16(18): 3597-3603
Ferencik, M.; Hoffmann, U.; Bamberg, F.; Januzzi, J.L. 2016: Highly sensitive troponin and coronary computed tomography angiography in the evaluation of suspected acute coronary syndrome in the emergency department. European Heart Journal 37(30): 2397-2405
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Kong, L.; Zhu, J.; Wang, W.; Jin, L.; Fu, Y.; Duan, B.; Tan, L. 2017: Highly sensitive turn-on fluorescence detection of thrombomodulin based on fluorescence resonance energy transfer. Spectrochimica Acta. Part a Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy 173: 675-680
Song, B.; Zhang, H.; Miao, Y.; Lin, W.; Wu, J.; Liu, H.; Yan, D.; Liu, B. 2015: Highly sensitive twist sensor employing Sagnac interferometer based on PM-elliptical core fibers. Optics Express 23(12): 15372-15379
Huang, H.; Wang, J.; Hu, W.; Liao, L.; Wang, P.; Wang, X.; Gong, F.; Chen, Y.; Wu, G.; Luo, W.; Shen, H.; Lin, T.; Sun, J.; Meng, X.; Chen, X.; Chu, J. 2016: Highly sensitive visible to infrared MoTe2 photodetectors enhanced by the photogating effect. Nanotechnology 27(44): 445201
Zhang, H.; Ma, X.; Hu, S.; Lin, Y.; Guo, L.; Qiu, B.; Lin, Z.; Chen, G. 2016: Highly sensitive visual detection of Avian Influenza a (H7N9) virus based on the enzyme-induced metallization. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 79: 874-880
Mohammadi-Behzad, L.; Gholivand, M.B.; Shamsipur, M.; Gholivand, K.; Barati, A.; Gholami, A. 2016: Highly sensitive voltammetric sensor based on immobilization of bisphosphoramidate-derivative and quantum dots onto multi-walled carbon nanotubes modified gold electrode for the electrocatalytic determination of olanzapine. Materials Science and Engineering. C Materials for Biological Applications 60: 67-77
Park, M.; Bahng, S.-H.; Woo, N.; Kang, S.H. 2016: Highly sensitive wavelength-dependent nonaqueous capillary electrophoresis for simultaneous screening of various synthetic organic dyes. Talanta 152: 236-243
Vabbina, P.; Choudhary, N.; Chowdhury, A.-A.; Sinha, R.; Karabiyik, M.; Das, S.; Choi, W.; Pala, N. 2015: Highly sensitive wide bandwidth photodetector based on internal photoemission in CVD grown p-type MoS2/graphene Schottky junction. Acs Applied Materials and Interfaces 7(28): 15206-15213
Lou, J.; Wang, Z.; Wang, X.; Bao, J.; Tu, W.; Dai, Z. 2015: Highly sensitive "signal-on" electrochemiluminescent biosensor for the detection of DNA based on dual quenching and strand displacement reaction. Chemical Communications 51(78): 14578-14581
Jang, K.; Park, C.; You, J.; Choi, J.; Park, H.; Park, J.; Lee, H.; Choi, C.-H.; Na, S. 2016: Highly sensitive, direct and real-time detection of silver nanowires by using a quartz crystal microbalance. Nanotechnology 27(47): 475506
Zhou, F.; Li, Z.; Bao, Z.; Feng, K.; Zhang, Y.; Wang, T. 2015: Highly sensitive, label-free and real-time detection of alpha-fetoprotein using a silicon nanowire biosensor. Scandinavian Journal of Clinical and Laboratory Investigation 75(7): 578-584
Russo, G.; Patrignani, A.; Poveda, L.; Hoehn, F.; Scholtka, B.; Schlapbach, R.; Garvin, A.M. 2015: Highly sensitive, non-invasive detection of colorectal cancer mutations using single molecule, third generation sequencing. Applied and Translational Genomics 7: 32-39
Rubie, D.C.; Laurenz, V.; Jacobson, S.A.; Morbidelli, A.; Palme, H.; Vogel, A.K.; Frost, D.J. 2016: Highly siderophile elements were stripped from Earth's mantle by iron sulfide segregation. Science 353(6304): 1141-1144
Stepanian, A.; Alcaïs, A.; de Prost, D.; Tsatsaris, V.; Dreyfus, M.; Treluyer, J-Marc.; Mandelbrot, L. 2014: Highly significant association between two common single nucleotide polymorphisms in CORIN gene and preeclampsia in Caucasian women. Plos one 9(12): E113176
Ragusa, M.; Statello, L.; Maugeri, M.; Barbagallo, C.; Passanisi, R.; Alhamdani, M.S.; Li Destri, G.; Cappellani, A.; Barbagallo, D.; Scalia, M.; Valadi, H.; Hoheisel, Jörg.D.; Di Pietro, C.; Purrello, M. 2014: Highly skewed distribution of mi RNAs and proteins between colorectal cancer cells and their exosomes following Cetuximab treatment: biomolecular, genetic and translational implications. Oncoscience 1(2): 132-157
González-Vera, J.A.; Fueyo-González, F.; Alkorta, I.; Peyressatre, M.; Morris, M.C.; Herranz, R. 2016: Highly solvatochromic and tunable fluorophores based on a 4,5-quinolimide scaffold: novel CDK5 probes. Chemical Communications 52(62): 9652-9655
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Hwang, M.T.; Landon, P.B.; Lee, J.; Choi, D.; Mo, A.H.; Glinsky, G.; Lal, R. 2016: Highly specific SNP detection using 2D graphene electronics and DNA strand displacement. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113(26): 7088-7093
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Barizuddin, S.; Balakrishnan, B.; Stringer, R.C.; Dweik, M. 2015: Highly specific and rapid immuno-fluorescent visualization and detection of E. coli O104:H4 with protein-A coated magnetic beads based LST-MUG assay. Journal of Microbiological Methods 115: 27-33
Gao, Y.; Hou, R.; Liu, F.; Cai, R.; Fang, L.; Peng, C.; Qi, Y. 2015: Highly specific and sensitive immunoassay for the measurement of prostaglandin E2 in biological fluids. Bioanalysis 7(19): 2597-2607
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Gao, X.; Tsou, Y-Hao.; Garis, M.; Huang, H.; Xu, X. 2016: Highly specific colorimetric detection of DNA oxidation biomarker using gold nanoparticle/triplex DNA conjugates. Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology Biology and Medicine 12(7): 2101-2105
Ignatius, R.; Klemm, T.; Zander, S.; Gahutu, J.B.; Kimmig, P.; Mockenhaupt, F.P.; Regnath, T. 2016: Highly specific detection of Cryptosporidium spp. oocysts in human stool samples by undemanding and inexpensive phase contrast microscopy. Parasitology Research 115(3): 1229-1234
Zhang, M.Z.; Zhang, X.F.; Chen, X.M.; Chen, X.; Wu, S.; Xu, L.L. 2015: Highly specific detection of genetic modification events using an enzyme-linked probe hybridization chip. Genetics and Molecular Research: Gmr 14(3): 9298-9305
Liu, Y.; Liu, N.; Ma, X.; Li, X.; Ma, J.; Li, Y.; Zhou, Z.; Gao, Z. 2015: Highly specific detection of thrombin using an aptamer-based suspension array and the interaction analysis via microscale thermophoresis. Analyst 140(8): 2762-2770
Zhang, Y.; Yu, M.; Zhang, C.; Wang, Y.; Di, Y.; Wang, C.; Lu, H. 2015: Highly specific enrichment of N-glycoproteome through a nonreductive amination reaction using Fe3O4@SiO2-aniline nanoparticles. Chemical Communications 51(27): 5982-5985
Tao, M.; Shi, Z.; Cheng, R.; Zhang, J.; Li, B.; Jin, Y. 2015: Highly specific fluorescence detection of T4 polynucleotide kinase activity via photo-induced electron transfer. Analytical Biochemistry 485: 18-24
Carbonell, A.; Fahlgren, N.; Mitchell, S.; Cox, K.L.; Reilly, K.C.; Mockler, T.C.; Carrington, J.C. 2015: Highly specific gene silencing in a monocot species by artificial micro RNAs derived from chimeric miRNA precursors. Plant Journal: for Cell and Molecular Biology 82(6): 1061-1075
Mironova, K.E.; Chernykh, O.N.; Ryabova, A.V.; Stremovskiy, O.A.; Proshkina, G.M.; Deyev, S.M. 2014: Highly specific hybrid protein DARPin-mCherry for fluorescent visualization of cells overexpressing tumor marker HER2/neu. BIOCHEMISTRY. Biokhimiia 79(12): 1391-1396
Wu, T.; Shi, J.; Zhang, C.; Zhang, L.; Du, Y. 2016: Highly specific phosphopeptide enrichment by titanium(IV) cross-linked chitosan composite. Journal of Chromatography. B Analytical Technologies in the Biomedical and Life Sciences 1008: 234-239
Zhang, Y.; Peng, Y.; Bin, Z.; Wang, H.; Lu, H. 2016: Highly specific purification of N-glycans using phosphate-based derivatization as an affinity tag in combination with Ti(4+)-SPE enrichment for mass spectrometric analysis. Analytica Chimica Acta 934: 145-151
Wu, X.; Zhu, S.; Huang, P.; Chen, Y. 2016: Highly specific quantification of microRNA by coupling probe-rolling circle amplification and Förster resonance energy transfer. Analytical Biochemistry 502: 16-23
Owens, E.; Krecke, K.; Ahlskog, J.E.; Fealey, R.; Hassan, A.; Josephs, K.A.; Klassen, B.; Matsumoto, J.; Bower, J. 2016: Highly specific radiographic marker predates clinical diagnosis in progressive supranuclear palsy. Parkinsonism and Related Disorders 28: 107-111
He, S.; Qu, L.; Shen, Z.; Tan, Y.; Zeng, M.; Liu, F.; Jiang, Y.; Li, Y. 2015: Highly specific recognition of breast tumors by an RNA-cleaving fluorogenic DNAzyme probe. Analytical Chemistry 87(1): 569-577
Rostoker, R.; Abelson, S.; Bitton-Worms, K.; Genkin, I.; Ben-Shmuel, S.; Dakwar, M.; Orr, Z.S.; Caspi, A.; Tzukerman, M.; LeRoith, D. 2015: Highly specific role of the insulin receptor in breast cancer progression. Endocrine-Related Cancer 22(2): 145-157
Rufini, A.; Cavallo, F.; Condò, I.; Fortuni, S.; De Martino, G.; Incani, O.; Di Venere, A.; Benini, M.; Massaro, D.S.; Arcuri, G.; Serio, D.; Malisan, F.; Testi, R. 2015: Highly specific ubiquitin-competing molecules effectively promote frataxin accumulation and partially rescue the aconitase defect in Friedreich ataxia cells. Neurobiology of Disease 75: 91-99
Terada, Y.; Mori, Y.; Hasegawa, H.; Sato, K.-I. 2016: Highly spectral efficient networks based on grouped optical path routing. Optics Express 24(6): 6213-6228
Li, H.K.; Chen, T.P.; Hu, S.G.; Li, X.D.; Liu, Y.; Lee, P.S.; Wang, X.P.; Li, H.Y.; Lo, G.Q. 2015: Highly spectrum-selective ultraviolet photodetector based on p-NiO/n-IGZO thin film heterojunction structure. Optics Express 23(21): 27683-27689
Giovanni, D.; Ma, H.; Chua, J.; Grätzel, M.; Ramesh, R.; Mhaisalkar, S.; Mathews, N.; Sum, T.C. 2015: Highly spin-polarized carrier dynamics and ultralarge photoinduced magnetization in CH3NH3PbI3 perovskite thin films. Nano Letters 15(3): 1553-1558
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Nakajima, Y.; Minoshima, K. 2015: Highly stabilized optical frequency comb interferometer with a long fiber-based reference path towards arbitrary distance measurement. Optics Express 23(20): 25979-25987
Gallagher, E.S.; Adem, S.M.; Baker, C.A.; Ratnayaka, S.N.; Jones, I.W.; Hall, H.K.; Saavedra, S.Scott.; Aspinwall, C.A. 2015: Highly stabilized, polymer-lipid membranes prepared on silica microparticles as stationary phases for capillary chromatography. Journal of Chromatography. a 1385: 28-34
Rao, P.; Yao, W.; Li, Z.; Kong, L.; Zhang, W.; Li, L. 2015: Highly stable CuInS2@ZnS:Al core@shell quantum dots: the role of aluminium self-passivation. Chemical Communications 51(42): 8757-8760
Kaliyappan, K.; Liu, J.; Lushington, A.; Li, R.; Sun, X. 2015: Highly stable Na2/3 (Mn0.54 Ni0.13 Co0.13 )O2 cathode modified by atomic layer deposition for sodium-ion batteries. Chemsuschem 8(15): 2537-2543
Wei, H.; Willner, M.R.; Marr, L.C.; Vikesland, P.J. 2016: Highly stable SERS pH nanoprobes produced by co-solvent controlled AuNP aggregation. Analyst 141(17): 5159-5169
Jo, J.-W.; Kim, J.; Kim, K.-T.; Kang, J.-G.; Kim, M.-G.; Kim, K.-H.; Ko, H.; Kim, J.; Kim, Y.-H.; Park, S.K. 2015: Highly stable and imperceptible electronics utilizing photoactivated heterogeneous sol-gel metal-oxide dielectrics and semiconductors. Advanced Materials 27(7): 1182-1188
Xiao, F.-N.; Wang, K.; Wang, F.-B.; Xia, X.-H. 2015: Highly stable and luminescent layered hybrid materials for sensitive detection of TNT explosives. Analytical Chemistry 87(8): 4530-4537
Hong, H.-J.; Jeong, H.S.; Kim, B.-G.; Hong, J.; Park, I.-S.; Ryu, T.; Chung, K.-S.; Kim, H.; Ryu, J. 2016: Highly stable and magnetically separable alginate/Fe3O4 composite for the removal of strontium (Sr) from seawater. Chemosphere 165: 231-238
Zhang, Y.; Zhu, P.; Li, G.; Wang, W.; Chen, L.; Lu, D.D.; Sun, R.; Zhou, F.; Wong, C. 2015: Highly stable and re-dispersible nano Cu hydrosols with sensitively size-dependent catalytic and antibacterial activities. Nanoscale 7(32): 13775-13783
Binay, B.ış; Alagöz, D.; Yildirim, D.; Çelik, A.; Tükel, S.S. 2016: Highly stable and reusable immobilized formate dehydrogenases: Promising biocatalysts for in situ regeneration of NADH. Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry 12: 271-277
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Wang, Y.; Chen, H.; Hu, X.; Yu, H. 2016: Highly stable and ultrasensitive chlorogenic acid sensor based on metal-organic frameworks/titanium dioxide nanocomposites. Analyst 141(15): 4647-4653
Friedman, A.D.; Kim, D.; Liu, R. 2015: Highly stable aptamers selected from a 2'-fully modified fGmH RNA library for targeting biomaterials. Biomaterials 36: 110-123
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Amabili, P.; Amici, A.; Civitavecchia, A.; Maggiore, B.; Orena, M.; Rinaldi, S.; Tolomelli, A. 2016: Highly stable atropisomers by electrophilic amination of a chiral γ-lactam within the synthesis of an elusive conformationally restricted analogue of α-methylhomoserine. Amino Acids 48(2): 461-478
Mahajan, S.; Trivedi, V.; Vora, P.; Chhaniwal, V.; Javidi, B.; Anand, A. 2015: Highly stable digital holographic microscope using Sagnac interferometer. Optics Letters 40(16): 3743-3746
Ma, S.; Zhou, J.; Zhang, Y.; He, Y.; Jiang, Q.; Yue, D.; Xu, X.; Gu, Z. 2016: Highly Stable Fluorinated Nanocarriers with iRGD for Overcoming the Stability Dilemma and Enhancing Tumor Penetration in an Orthotopic Breast Cancer. Acs Applied Materials and Interfaces 8(42): 28468-28479
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Li, Y.; Guan, Y.; Liu, Y.; Yin, J.; Zhao, X. 2016: Highly stable nanofluid based on polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxane-decorated graphene oxide nanosheets and its enhanced electro-responsive behavior. Nanotechnology 27(19): 195702
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Zhao, Y.; Fu, Y.; Wang, P.; Xing, L.; Xue, X. 2015: Highly stable piezo-immunoglobulin-biosensing of a SiO2/ZnO nanogenerator as a self-powered/active biosensor arising from the field effect influenced piezoelectric screening effect. Nanoscale 7(5): 1904-1911
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Wu, M.; Yang, M.; Han, X.; Zhong, T.; Zheng, Y.; Ding, P.; Wu, W. 2016: Highly stable rice-straw-derived charcoal in 3700-year-old ancient paddy soil: evidence for an effective pathway toward carbon sequestration. Environmental Science and Pollution Research International 23(2): 1007-1014
Yang, Y.; Deng, S.; Zeng, Q.; Hu, W.; Chen, T. 2016: Highly stable selenadiazole derivatives induce bladder cancer cell apoptosis and inhibit cell migration and invasion through the activation of ROS-mediated signaling pathways. Dalton Transactions 45(46): 18465-18475
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Kumar, V.; Kesavan, V.; Gothelf, K.V. 2015: Highly stable triple helix formation by homopyrimidine (L)-acyclic threoninol nucleic acids with single stranded DNA and RNA. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry 13(8): 2366-2374
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Yin, K.; Zhang, B.; Yao, J.; Yang, L.; Chen, S.; Hou, J. 2016: Highly stable, monolithic, single-mode mid-infrared supercontinuum source based on low-loss fusion spliced silica and fluoride fibers. Optics Letters 41(5): 946-949
Reddy, D.S.; Padhi, B.; Mohapatra, D.K. 2015: Highly stereocontrolled synthesis of trans-2,6-disubstituted-5-methyl-3,6-dihydropyrans: stereoselective synthesis of the bicyclic core of penostatin B. Journal of Organic Chemistry 80(3): 1365-1374
Monari, M.; Montroni, E.; Nitti, A.; Lombardo, M.; Trombini, C.; Quintavalla, A. 2015: Highly stereoselective [4+2] and [3+2] spiroannulations of 2-(2-oxoindolin-3-ylidene)acetic esters catalyzed by bifunctional thioureas. Chemistry 21(31): 11038-11049
Sun, Y.-H.; Xiong, Y.; Peng, C.-Q.; Li, W.; Xiao, J.-A.; Yang, H. 2015: Highly stereoselective construction of novel dispirooxindole-imidazolidines via self-1,3-dipolar cyclization of ketimines. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry 13(29): 7907-7910
Chanthamath, S.; Mandour, H.S.A.; Tong, T.M.T.; Shibatomi, K.; Iwasa, S. 2016: Highly stereoselective cyclopropanation of diazo Weinreb amides catalyzed by chiral Ru(ii)-Amm-Pheox complexes. Chemical Communications 52(50): 7814-7817
Zhang, W.; Wei, J.; Fu, S.; Lin, D.; Jiang, H.; Zeng, W. 2015: Highly stereoselective ruthenium(II)-catalyzed direct C2-syn-alkenylation of indoles with alkynes. Organic Letters 17(6): 1349-1352
Echemendía, R.; de La Torre, A.F.; Monteiro, J.L.; Pila, M.; Corrêa, A.G.; Westermann, B.; Rivera, D.G.; Paixão, M.ár.W. 2015: Highly stereoselective synthesis of natural-product-like hybrids by an organocatalytic/multicomponent reaction sequence. Angewandte Chemie 54(26): 7621-7625
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Myśliwiec, D.; Kondratowicz, M.; Lis, T.; Chmielewski, P.J.; Stępień, M. 2015: Highly strained nonclassical nanotube end-caps. a single-step solution synthesis from strain-free, non-macrocyclic precursors. Journal of the American Chemical Society 137(4): 1643-1649
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Kumar, B.; Chakraborty, A.; Tripathi, S.N.; Bhattu, D. 2016: Highly time resolved chemical characterization of submicron organic aerosols at a polluted urban location. Environmental Science. Processes and Impacts 18(10): 1285-1296
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Zimmermann, R.; Hertz-Schünemann, R.; Ehlert, S.; Liu, C.; McAdam, K.; Baker, R.; Streibel, T. 2015: Highly time-resolved imaging of combustion and pyrolysis product concentrations in solid fuel combustion: NO formation in a burning cigarette. Analytical Chemistry 87(3): 1711-1717
Ma, Z.-X.; Patel, A.; Houk, K.N.; Hsung, R.P. 2015: Highly torquoselective electrocyclizations and competing 1,7-hydrogen shifts of 1-azatrienes with silyl substitution at the allylic carbon. Organic Letters 17(9): 2138-2141
El-Kawokgy, T.M.A.; Hussein, H.A.; Aly, N.A.H.; Mohamed, S.A.H. 2015: Highly toxic and broad-spectrum insecticidal local Bacillus strains engineered using protoplast fusion. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 61(1): 38-47
Li, Z.; Ip, F.C.F.; Ip, N.Y.; Tong, R. 2015: Highly trans-selective arylation of Achmatowicz rearrangement products by reductive γ-deoxygenation and Heck-Matsuda reaction: asymmetric total synthesis of (-)-musellarins A-C and their analogues. Chemistry 21(31): 11152-11157
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Tsai, C.-L.; Liou, G.-S. 2015: Highly transparent and flexible polyimide/ZrO2 nanocomposite optical films with a tunable refractive index and Abbe number. Chemical Communications 51(70): 13523-13526
Kim, J.; Lee, M.-S.; Jeon, S.; Kim, M.; Kim, S.; Kim, K.; Bien, F.; Hong, S.Y.; Park, J.-U. 2015: Highly transparent and stretchable field-effect transistor sensors using graphene-nanowire hybrid nanostructures. Advanced Materials 27(21): 3292-3297
Cocilovo, B.; Hashimura, A.; Tweet, D.J.; Voutsas, T.; Norwood, R.A. 2015: Highly transparent light-harvesting window film. Applied Optics 54(30): 8990-8998
Kim, J-Ha.; Lee, C.Hwa.; Lee, S.S.; Lee, K-Cheol. 2014: Highly transparent privacy filter film with image distortion. Optics Express 22(24): 29799-29804
Jiang, Y.; Xi, J.; Wu, Z.; Dong, H.; Zhao, Z.; Jiao, B.; Hou, X. 2015: Highly transparent, conductive, flexible resin films embedded with silver nanowires. Langmuir 31(17): 4950-4957
Xu, X.; Zhou, J.; Jiang, L.; Lubineau, G.; Ng, T.; Ooi, B.S.; Liao, H-Yu.; Shen, C.; Chen, L.; Zhu, J.Y. 2016: Highly transparent, low-haze, hybrid cellulose nanopaper as electrodes for flexible electronics. Nanoscale 8(24): 12294-12306
Zhang, C.; Liu, Y.; Yuan, X.; Wang, W.; Liang, S.; Xiu, F. 2015: Highly tunable Berry phase and ambipolar field effect in topological crystalline insulator Pb(1-x)Sn(x)Se. Nano Letters 15(3): 2161-2167
van Dijkman, T.F.; Siegler, M.A.; Bouwman, E. 2015: Highly tunable fluorinated trispyrazolylborates [HB(3-CF3-5-{4-RPh}pz)3](-) (R = NO2, CF3, Cl, F, H, OMe and NMe2) and their copper(I) complexes. Dalton Transactions 44(48): 21109-21123
Duprez, H.; Jany, C.; Seassal, C.; Ben Bakir, B. 2016: Highly tunable heterogeneously integrated III-V on silicon sampled-grating distributed Bragg reflector lasers operating in the O-band. Optics Express 24(18): 20895-20903
Park, B.; Lee, W.; Lee, E.; Min, S.H.; Kim, B.-S. 2015: Highly tunable interfacial adhesion of glass fiber by hybrid multilayers of graphene oxide and aramid nanofiber. Acs Applied Materials and Interfaces 7(5): 3329-3334
Eum, K.; Jayachandrababu, K.C.; Rashidi, F.; Zhang, K.; Leisen, J.; Graham, S.; Lively, R.P.; Chance, R.R.; Sholl, D.S.; Jones, C.W.; Nair, S. 2015: Highly tunable molecular sieving and adsorption properties of mixed-linker zeolitic imidazolate frameworks. Journal of the American Chemical Society 137(12): 4191-4197
Vemulkar, T.; Mansell, R.; Petit, D.C.M.C.; Cowburn, R.P.; Lesniak, M.S. 2015: Highly tunable perpendicularly magnetized synthetic antiferromagnets for biotechnology applications. Applied Physics Letters 107(1): 012403
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Stalder, A.F.; Schmidt, M.; Quick, H.H.; Schlamann, M.; Maderwald, S.; Schmitt, P.; Wang, Q.; Nadar, M.S.; Zenge, M.O. 2015: Highly undersampled contrast-enhanced MRA with iterative reconstruction: Integration in a clinical setting. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 74(6): 1652-1660
Hutter, J.; Grimm, R.; Forman, C.; Hornegger, J.; Schmitt, P. 2015: Highly undersampled peripheral Time-of-Flight magnetic resonance angiography: optimized data acquisition and iterative image reconstruction. Magma 28(5): 437-446
Ha, T.-J.; Chen, K.; Chuang, S.; Yu, K.M.; Kiriya, D.; Javey, A. 2015: Highly uniform and stable n-type carbon nanotube transistors by using positively charged silicon nitride thin films. Nano Letters 15(1): 392-397
Kim, J.-Y.; Kang, J.S.; Shin, J.; Kim, J.; Han, S.-J.; Park, J.; Min, Y.-S.; Ko, M.J.; Sung, Y.-E. 2015: Highly uniform and vertically aligned SnO2 nanochannel arrays for photovoltaic applications. Nanoscale 7(18): 8368-8377
Tamura, H.; Unakami, T.; He, J.; Miyamoto, Y.; Nakagawa, K'ichi. 2016: Highly uniform holographic microtrap arrays for single atom trapping using a feedback optimization of in-trap fluorescence measurements. Optics Express 24(8): 8132-8141
Yao, J.; Zheng, X.-J.; Pan, Q.-J.; Schreckenbach, G. 2015: Highly valence-diversified binuclear uranium complexes of a schiff-base polypyrrolic macrocycle: prediction of unusual structures, electronic properties, and formation reactions. Inorganic Chemistry 54(11): 5438-5449
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Delavat, F.ço.; Mitri, S.; Pelet, S.; van der Meer, J.R. 2016: Highly variable individual donor cell fates characterize robust horizontal gene transfer of an integrative and conjugative element. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113(24): E3375-E3383
Fauth, C.; Rostasy, K.; Rath, M.; Gizewski, E.; Lederer, A.G.; Sure, U.; Zschocke, J.; Felbor, U. 2015: Highly variable intrafamilial manifestations of a CCM3 mutation ranging from acute childhood cerebral haemorrhage to late-onset meningiomas. Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery 128: 41-43
Sorigué, M.; Ribera, J.-M.; García, O.; Cabezón, M.; Vélez, P.; Marcé, S.; Xicoy, B.; Fernández, C.; Buch, J.; Cortes, M.; Plensa, E.; Gallardo, D.; Boqué, C.ón.; Feliu, E.; Zamora, L. 2016: Highly variable mutational profile of ASXL1 in myelofibrosis. European Journal of Haematology 97(4): 331-335
Mandeville, E.G.; Parchman, T.L.; McDonald, D.B.; Buerkle, C.A. 2015: Highly variable reproductive isolation among pairs of Catostomus species. Molecular Ecology 24(8): 1856-1872
Diana, T.; Wüster, C.; Kanitz, M.; Kahaly, G.J. 2016: Highly variable sensitivity of five binding and two bio-assays for TSH-receptor antibodies. Journal of Endocrinological Investigation 39(10): 1159-1165
Di Meo, C.; Montanari, E.; Manzi, L.; Villani, C.; Coviello, T.; Matricardi, P. 2015: Highly versatile nanohydrogel platform based on riboflavin-polysaccharide derivatives useful in the development of intrinsically fluorescent and cytocompatible drug carriers. Carbohydrate Polymers 115: 502-509
Wu, S.; Xie, H.; Li, M.; Xu, X.; Lei, Z. 2016: Highly virulent Beauveria bassiana strains against the two-spotted spider mite, Tetranychus urticae, show no pathogenicity against five phytoseiid mite species. Experimental and Applied Acarology 70(4): 421-435
Plainvert, C.; Martin, C.; Loubinoux, J.; Touak, G.; Dmytruk, N.; Collobert, G.; Fouet, A.; Ploy, M.-C.; Poyart, C. 2015: Highly virulent M1 Streptococcus pyogenes isolates resistant to clindamycin. Medecine et Maladies Infectieuses 45(11-12): 470-474
Tokuda, K.; Kawasaki, M.; Kotera, M.; Nishino, T. 2015: Highly water repellent but highly adhesive surface with segregation of poly(ethylene oxide) side chains. Langmuir 31(1): 209-214
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Li, P.; Wu, L.; Li, B.; Zhao, Y.; Qu, P. 2016: Highly water-dispersible silver sulfadiazine decorated with polyvinyl pyrrolidone and its antibacterial activities. Materials Science and Engineering. C Materials for Biological Applications 60: 54-59
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Patel, R.R.; Chaurasia, S.; Khan, G.; Chaubey, P.; Kumar, N.; Mishra, B. 2016: Highly water-soluble mast cell stabiliser-encapsulated solid lipid nanoparticles with enhanced oral bioavailability. Journal of Microencapsulation 33(3): 209-220
Penkov, O.V.; Pukha, V.E.; Starikova, S.L.; Khadem, M.; Starikov, V.V.; Maleev, M.V.; Kim, D.-E. 2016: Highly wear-resistant and biocompatible carbon nanocomposite coatings for dental implants. Biomaterials 102: 130-136
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Jung, K.; Kang, E.-H.; Sohn, J.-H.; Choi, T.-L. 2016: Highly β-Selective Cyclopolymerization of 1,6-Heptadiynes and Ring-Closing Enyne Metathesis Reaction Using Grubbs Z-Selective Catalyst: Unprecedented Regioselectivity for Ru-Based Catalysts. Journal of the American Chemical Society 138(35): 11227-11233
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Al-Haddad, A.; Wang, C.; Qi, H.; Grote, F.; Wen, L.; Bernhard, J.ör.; Vellacheri, R.; Tarish, S.; Nabi, G.; Kaiser, U.; Lei, Y. 2016: Highly-Ordered 3D Vertical Resistive Switching Memory Arrays with Ultralow Power Consumption and Ultrahigh Density. Acs Applied Materials and Interfaces 8(35): 23348-23355
Arirachakaran, P.; Poovorawan, Y.; Dahlén, G. 2016: Highly-active antiretroviral therapy and oral opportunistic microorganisms in HIV-positive individuals of Thailand. Journal of Investigative and Clinical Dentistry 7(2): 158-167
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Huang, L.; Han, Y.; Dong, S. 2016: Highly-branched mesoporous Au-Pd-Pt trimetallic nanoflowers blooming on reduced graphene oxide as an oxygen reduction electrocatalyst. Chemical Communications 52(56): 8659-8662
Wei, X.; Zhou, Z.; Hao, T.; Li, H.; Xu, Y.; Lu, K.; Wu, Y.; Dai, J.; Pan, J.; Yan, Y. 2015: Highly-controllable imprinted polymer nanoshell at the surface of silica nanoparticles based room-temperature phosphorescence probe for detection of 2,4-dichlorophenol. Analytica Chimica Acta 870: 83-91
Fedulova, E.; Fritsch, K.; Brons, J.; Pronin, O.; Amotchkina, T.; Trubetskov, M.; Krausz, F.; Pervak, V. 2015: Highly-dispersive mirrors reach new levels of dispersion. Optics Express 23(11): 13788-13793
Jang, E.K.; Yang, M.; Pack, S.P. 2015: Highly-efficient T4 DNA ligase-based SNP analysis using a ligation fragment containing a modified nucleobase at the end. Chemical Communications 51(66): 13090-13093
Ishii, M.; Iwami, K.; Umeda, N. 2016: Highly-efficient and angle-independent zero-order half waveplate at broad visible wavelength based on au nanofin array embedded in dielectric. Optics Express 24(8): 7966-7976
Sun, L.; Gai, Y.; Anderson, C.J.; Zeng, D. 2015: Highly-efficient and versatile fluorous-tagged Cu(I)-catalyzed azide-alkyne cycloaddition ligand for preparing bioconjugates. Chemical Communications 51(96): 17072-17075
Yu, G.; Geng, L.; Wu, S.; Yan, W.; Liu, G. 2015: Highly-efficient cocatalyst-free H2-evolution over silica-supported CdS nanoparticle photocatalysts under visible light. Chemical Communications 51(53): 10676-10679
Kakiage, K.; Aoyama, Y.; Yano, T.; Oya, K.; Fujisawa, J.-i.; Hanaya, M. 2015: Highly-efficient dye-sensitized solar cells with collaborative sensitization by silyl-anchor and carboxy-anchor dyes. Chemical Communications 51(88): 15894-15897
Zhang, D.; Ren, W.; Zhu, Z.; Zhang, H.; Liu, B.; Shi, W.; Qin, X.; Cheng, C. 2015: Highly-ordered silicon inverted nanocone arrays with broadband light antireflectance. Nanoscale Research Letters 10: 9
Luo, Z.; Li, C.; Zhang, D.; Wang, T.; Gong, J. 2016: Highly-oriented Fe2O3/ZnFe2O4 nanocolumnar heterojunction with improved charge separation for photoelectrochemical water oxidation. Chemical Communications 52(58): 9013-9015
Eguchi, K.; Nanjo, C.; Awaga, K.; Tseng, H.-H.; Robaschik, P.; Heutz, S. 2016: Highly-oriented molecular arrangements and enhanced magnetic interactions in thin films of CoTTDPz using PTCDA templates. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics: Pccp 18(26): 17360-17365
Xu, R.; Greening, D.W.; Rai, A.; Ji, H.; Simpson, R.J. 2015: Highly-purified exosomes and shed microvesicles isolated from the human colon cancer cell line LIM1863 by sequential centrifugal ultrafiltration are biochemically and functionally distinct. Methods 87: 11-25
Resano-Garcia, A.; Champmartin, S.; Battie, Y.; Koch, A.; En Naciri, A.; Ambari, A.; Chaoui, N. 2016: Highly-repeatable generation of very small nanoparticles by pulsed-laser ablation in liquids of a high-speed rotating target. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics: Pccp 18(48): 32868-32875
Ma, Y.; Liu, H.; Han, Z.; Yang, L.; Liu, J. 2015: Highly-reproducible Raman scattering of NaYF4:Yb,Er@SiO2@Ag for methylamphetamine detection under near-infrared laser excitation. Analyst 140(15): 5268-5275
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Wegman, D.W.; Ghasemi, F.; Khorshidi, A.; Yang, B.B.; Liu, S.K.; Yousef, G.M.; Krylov, S.N. 2015: Highly-sensitive amplification-free analysis of multiple mi RNAs by capillary electrophoresis. Analytical Chemistry 87(2): 1404-1410
Songyang, Y.; Yang, X.; Xie, S.; Hao, H.; Song, J. 2015: Highly-sensitive and rapid determination of sunset yellow using functionalized montmorillonite-modified electrode. Food Chemistry 173: 640-644
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Cheng, Q.; Xia, S.; Tong, J.; Wu, K. 2015: Highly-sensitive electrochemical sensing platforms for food colourants based on the property-tuning of porous carbon. Analytica Chimica Acta 887: 75-81
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Samanman, S.; Numnuam, A.; Limbut, W.; Kanatharana, P.; Thavarungkul, P. 2015: Highly-sensitive label-free electrochemical carcinoembryonic antigen immunosensor based on a novel Au nanoparticles-graphene-chitosan nanocomposite cryogel electrode. Analytica Chimica Acta 853: 521-532
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