M. A. Grover
M. A. Grover
Professor of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
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Ester‐mediated amide bond formation driven by wet–dry cycles: A possible path to polypeptides on the prebiotic Earth
JG Forsythe, SS Yu, I Mamajanov, MA Grover, R Krishnamurthy, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 54 (34), 9871-9875, 2015
2172015
Catalytic diversity in self-propagating peptide assemblies
TO Omosun, MC Hsieh, WS Childers, D Das, AK Mehta, NR Anthony, ...
Nature chemistry 9 (8), 805-809, 2017
1042017
Ordering of poly (3-hexylthiophene) in solutions and films: Effects of fiber length and grain boundaries on anisotropy and mobility
N Kleinhenz, N Persson, Z Xue, PH Chu, G Wang, Z Yuan, MA McBride, ...
Chemistry of Materials 28 (11), 3905-3913, 2016
952016
Microfluidic crystal engineering of π-conjugated polymers
G Wang, N Persson, PH Chu, N Kleinhenz, B Fu, M Chang, N Deb, Y Mao, ...
Acs Nano 9 (8), 8220-8230, 2015
912015
RiboVision suite for visualization and analysis of ribosomes
CR Bernier, AS Petrov, CC Waterbury, J Jett, F Li, LE Freil, X Xiong, ...
Faraday discussions 169, 195-207, 2014
872014
Secondary structure and domain architecture of the 23S and 5S rRNAs
AS Petrov, CR Bernier, E Hershkovits, Y Xue, CC Waterbury, C Hsiao, ...
Nucleic acids research 41 (15), 7522-7535, 2013
852013
Nucleation, growth, and alignment of poly (3-hexylthiophene) nanofibers for high-performance OFETs
NE Persson, PH Chu, M McBride, M Grover, E Reichmanis
Accounts of chemical research 50 (4), 932-942, 2017
842017
Ester formation and hydrolysis during wet–dry cycles: generation of far-from-equilibrium polymers in a model prebiotic reaction
I Mamajanov, PJ MacDonald, J Ying, DM Duncanson, GR Dowdy, ...
Macromolecules 47 (4), 1334-1343, 2014
832014
Modeling effects of oxygen inhibition in mask‐based stereolithography
AS Jariwala, F Ding, A Boddapati, V Breedveld, MA Grover, ...
Rapid Prototyping Journal, 2011
812011
Optimal feedback controlled assembly of perfect crystals
X Tang, B Rupp, Y Yang, TD Edwards, MA Grover, MA Bevan
ACS nano 10 (7), 6791-6798, 2016
692016
Universal sequence replication, reversible polymerization and early functional biopolymers: a model for the initiation of prebiotic sequence evolution
SI Walker, MA Grover, NV Hud
PloS one 7 (4), e34166, 2012
682012
Linking models and experiments
D Bonvin, C Georgakis, CC Pantelides, M Barolo, MA Grover, ...
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 55 (25), 6891-6903, 2016
602016
Folding and Imaging of DNA Nanostructures in Anhydrous and Hydrated Deep‐Eutectic Solvents
I Gállego, MA Grover, NV Hud
Angewandte Chemie 127 (23), 6869-6873, 2015
592015
Observation of polymorphic change through analysis of FBRM data: transformation of paracetamol from form II to form I
SC Barthe, MA Grover, RW Rousseau
Crystal Growth and Design 8 (9), 3316-3322, 2008
552008
Application of an empirical FBRM model to estimate crystal size distributions in batch crystallization
H Li, Y Kawajiri, MA Grover, RW Rousseau
Crystal growth & design 14 (2), 607-616, 2014
492014
Shape selection and multi-stability in helical ribbons
Q Guo, AK Mehta, MA Grover, W Chen, DG Lynn, Z Chen
Applied Physics Letters 104 (21), 211901, 2014
462014
Development of an empirical method relating crystal size distributions and FBRM measurements
H Li, MA Grover, Y Kawajiri, RW Rousseau
Chemical Engineering Science 89, 142-151, 2013
432013
Surveying the sequence diversity of model prebiotic peptides by mass spectrometry
JG Forsythe, AS Petrov, WC Millar, SS Yu, R Krishnamurthy, MA Grover, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (37), E7652-E7659, 2017
422017
Design of multi-phase dynamic chemical networks
C Chen, J Tan, MC Hsieh, T Pan, JT Goodwin, AK Mehta, MA Grover, ...
Nature chemistry 9 (8), 799-804, 2017
422017
A viscous solvent enables information transfer from gene-length nucleic acids in a model prebiotic replication cycle
C He, I Gállego, B Laughlin, MA Grover, NV Hud
Nature chemistry 9 (4), 318-324, 2017
422017
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