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Office: MEYR 549D
Phone: 410-455-2264
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Marcin Ptaszek
Assistant Professor
Ph.D. Jagiellonian University, Krakow (Poland) 2002; Post-Doctoral North Carolina State University 2004
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
Yu, Z.; Pancholi, C.; Bhagavathy, G. V.; Kang, H. S. Nguyen, J. K.; Ptaszek, M. "Strongly Conjugated Hydroporhyrin Dyads – Extensive Modification of Hydroporphyrins’ Properties by Expanding the Conjugated System." I. Org. Chem. 2014, in press
Harada, T.; Sano, K.; Sato, K.; Watanabe, R.; Yu, Z.; Hanaoka, H. Nakajima, T.; Choyke, P. L.; Ptaszek, M.; Kabayashi, H. Activatable Organic near-Infrared Fluorescent Probes Based on a Bacteriochlorin Platform: Synthesis and Multicolor in Vivo Imaging with a Single Excitation. Bioconjugate Chem. 2014, 25, 362-369.
Yu, Z.; Ptaszek, M. Near-IR Emissive Chlorin-Bacteriochlorin Energy-Transfer Dyads with a Common Donor and Acceptors with Tunable Emission Wavelength. J. Org. Chem. 2013, 78, 10678-10691.
Vinita, A. M.; Sano, K.; Yu, Z.; Nakajima, T.; Choyke, P.; Ptaszek, M.; Kobayashi, H. “Galactosyl human serum albumin-NMP1 conjugate: A near infrared-near (NIR)-activatable fluorescence imaging agent to detect peritoneal ovarian cancer metastases.” Bioconjugate Chem. 2012, 23, 1671-1679.
Yu, Z.; Ptaszek, M. “Multifunctional Bacteriochlorins from selective palladium-coupling reactions.” Org. Lett. 2012, 14, 3708-3711.
Ptaszek, M.;Kee, H. L.; Muthiah, C.; Nothdurft, R.; Akers, W.; Achilefu, S.; Culver, J. P.; Holten, D. “Near-infrared Molecular Imaging Probes Based on Chlorin-Bacteriochlorin Dyads” SPIE Proceedings, 2010, vol 7576
Ptaszek, M.; Lahaye, D.; Krayer, M.; Muthiah C.; Lindsey, J. S. “De Novo Synthesis of Long-Wavelength Absorbing Chlorin-13,15-dicarboximides.” J. Org. Chem. 2010, 75, 1659-1673.
Krayer, M.; Ptaszek, M.; Kim, H.-J.; Meneely, K. R.; Fan, D.; Secor K.; Lindsey, J. S. “Expanded Scope of Synthetic Bacteriochlorins via Improved Acid Catalysis Conditions and Diverse Dihydrodipyrrin-Acetals.” J. Org. Chem. 2010, 75, 1016-1039.