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Vladislav Verkhusha
Vladislav Verkhusha
Professor, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York
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Engineering of a monomeric green-to-red photoactivatable fluorescent protein induced by blue light
NG Gurskaya, VV Verkhusha, AS Shcheglov, DB Staroverov, ...
Nature biotechnology 24 (4), 461-465, 2006
8532006
Bright and stable near-infrared fluorescent protein for in vivo imaging
GS Filonov, KD Piatkevich, LM Ting, J Zhang, K Kim, VV Verkhusha
Nature biotechnology 29 (8), 757-761, 2011
8022011
Molecular mechanism of histone H3K4me3 recognition by plant homeodomain of ING2
PV Pena, F Davrazou, X Shi, KL Walter, VV Verkhusha, O Gozani, R Zhao, ...
Nature 442 (7098), 100-103, 2006
7792006
Photoactivatable mCherry for high-resolution two-color fluorescence microscopy
FV Subach, GH Patterson, S Manley, JM Gillette, J Lippincott-Schwartz, ...
Nature methods 6 (2), 153-159, 2009
7122009
Far-red fluorescent tags for protein imaging in living tissues
D Shcherbo, CS Murphy, GV Ermakova, EA Solovieva, TV Chepurnykh, ...
Biochemical journal 418 (3), 567-574, 2009
6512009
Photoactivatable fluorescent proteins
KA Lukyanov, DM Chudakov, S Lukyanov, VV Verkhusha
Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology 6 (11), 885-890, 2005
6062005
Near-infrared fluorescent proteins for multicolor in vivo imaging
DM Shcherbakova, VV Verkhusha
Nature methods 10 (8), 751-754, 2013
5942013
Photoswitchable cyan fluorescent protein for protein tracking
DM Chudakov, VV Verkhusha, DB Staroverov, EA Souslova, S Lukyanov, ...
Nature biotechnology 22 (11), 1435-1439, 2004
4622004
Intravital imaging of metastatic behavior through a mammary imaging window
D Kedrin, B Gligorijevic, J Wyckoff, VV Verkhusha, J Condeelis, JE Segall, ...
Nature methods 5 (12), 1019-1021, 2008
4392008
The molecular properties and applications of Anthozoa fluorescent proteins and chromoproteins
VV Verkhusha, KA Lukyanov
Nature biotechnology 22 (3), 289-296, 2004
4082004
Conversion of red fluorescent protein into a bright blue probe
OM Subach, IS Gundorov, M Yoshimura, FV Subach, J Zhang, ...
Chemistry & biology 15 (10), 1116-1124, 2008
3552008
An enhanced monomeric blue fluorescent protein with the high chemical stability of the chromophore
OM Subach, PJ Cranfill, MW Davidson, VV Verkhusha
PloS one 6 (12), e28674, 2011
3542011
Bright monomeric near-infrared fluorescent proteins as tags and biosensors for multiscale imaging
DM Shcherbakova, M Baloban, AV Emelyanov, M Brenowitz, P Guo, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 12405, 2016
3122016
Phenotypic heterogeneity of disseminated tumour cells is preset by primary tumour hypoxic microenvironments
G Fluegen, A Avivar-Valderas, Y Wang, MR Padgen, JK Williams, ...
Nature cell biology 19 (2), 120-132, 2017
3062017
An orange fluorescent protein with a large Stokes shift for single-excitation multicolor FCCS and FRET imaging
DM Shcherbakova, MA Hink, L Joosen, TWJ Gadella, VV Verkhusha
Journal of the American Chemical Society 134 (18), 7913-7923, 2012
2832012
Multiscale photoacoustic tomography using reversibly switchable bacterial phytochrome as a near-infrared photochromic probe
J Yao, AA Kaberniuk, L Li, DM Shcherbakova, R Zhang, L Wang, G Li, ...
Nature methods 13 (1), 67-73, 2016
2672016
A palette of fluorescent proteins optimized for diverse cellular environments
LM Costantini, M Baloban, ML Markwardt, MA Rizzo, F Guo, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 7670, 2015
2642015
Near-infrared fluorescent proteins, biosensors, and optogenetic tools engineered from phytochromes
KG Chernov, TA Redchuk, ES Omelina, VV Verkhusha
Chemical reviews 117 (9), 6423-6446, 2017
2632017
Photocontrollable fluorescent proteins for superresolution imaging
DM Shcherbakova, P Sengupta, J Lippincott-Schwartz, VV Verkhusha
Annual review of biophysics 43 (1), 303-329, 2014
2552014
A bacterial phytochrome-based optogenetic system controllable with near-infrared light
AA Kaberniuk, AA Shemetov, VV Verkhusha
Nature methods 13 (7), 591-597, 2016
2482016
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