Detection of biomarkers in body fluids using bioprobes based on aggregation-induced emission fluorogens, Xinyi Zhang, Bicheng Yao, Qi Hu, Yuning Hong , Angus Wallace, Karen Reynolds, Carolyn Ramsey, Anthony Maeder, Richard Reed and Youhong Tang.
Intramolecular motion-associated biomaterials for image-guided cancer surgery, Chao Chen, Youhong Tang, Dan Ding.
A Molecular Chameleon for Mapping Subcellular Polarity in an Unfolded Proteome Environment, Tze Cin Owyong, Pramod Subedi, Jieru Deng, Dr. Elizabeth Hinde, Dr. Jason J. Paxman, Prof. Jonathan M. White,, Prof. Weisan Chen, Prof. Begoña Heras, Dr. Wallace W. H. Wong, Dr. Yuning Hong
A hyper-branched polymer tunes the size and enhances the fluorescent properties of aggregation-induced emission nanoparticles† Javad Tavakoli Nikita Joseph, Colin L. Raston and Youhong Tang
Synthetic fluorescent probes to apprehend calcium signalling in lipid droplet accumulation in microalgae—an updated review, Ahm Mohsinul Reza, Javad Tavakoli, Yabin Zhou, Jianguang Qin & Youhong Tang
Tuning aggregation-induced emission nanoparticle properties under thin film formation, Javad Tavakoli, Scott Pye, A. H. M. Mosinul Reza, Ni Xie d, Jian Qin, Colin L. Raston, Ben Zhong Tang and Youhong Tang.
Aggregation-Induced Emission Photosensitizers: From Molecular Design to Photodynamic Therapy, Jun Dai, Xia Wu, Siyang Ding, Xiaoding Lou, Fan Xia, Shixuan Wang and Yuning Hong.
Barbituric Acid Based Fluorogens: Synthesis, Aggregation-Induced Emission, and Protein Fibril Detection Siyang Ding, Bicheng Yao,Louis Schobben and Yuning Hong.
Diaminomaleonitrile-functionalised Schiff bases: synthesis, solvatochromism, and lysosome-specific imaging, Ding, S., Yao, B., Chen, M. Z., Liu, C., Owyong, T. C., Johnston, A., Hong, Y.
Fast surface immobilization of native proteins through catalyst-free amino-yne click bioconjugation, Yiru Zhang, Jianlei Shen, Rong Hu, Xiujuan Shi, Xianglong Hu, Benzhao He, Anjun Qin and Ben Zhong Tang
An AIE-Active Conjugated Polymer with High ROS-Generation Ability and Biocompatibility for Efficient Photodynamic Therapy of Bacterial Infections, Taotao Zhou, Rong Hu, Lirong Wang, Yanping Qiu, Guiquan Zhang, Qiyun Deng, Haiyan Zhang, Pingan Yin, Bo Situ, Chunlie Zhan, Anjun Qin, and Ben Zhong Tang.