Predicting photoluminescence in amines using QSAR modeling methods and the use of DIXELs to determine binding efficacy of cationic polymers to DNA

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Housel, Nick
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Breneman, Curt M.
McGown, Linda Baine
Colón, Wilfredo
Issue Date
2014-12
Keywords
Chemistry
Degree
MS
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Abstract
The research that is presented in this thesis covers two different projects. One explores the phenomenon of photoluminescence in examples which have no precedent. The other delves into gene delivery, and explaining the specific interactions between the genetic material that is to be delivered, and the vehicle that is delivering it.
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December 2014
School of Science
Department
Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical Biology
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Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY
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