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Benjamin L. Miller, Ph.D.

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Faculty Appointments

Professor - Department of Dermatology (SMD)

Dean's Professorship - Department of Dermatology (SMD)

Professor - Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics (SMD) - Joint

Professor - Department of Biomedical Engineering (SMD) - Joint

Professor - Department of The Institute for Optics (RC) - Joint

Credentials

Post-doctoral Training & Residency

NIH Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Chemistry, Harvard University: Professor Stuart L. Schreiber, advisor. Design, synthesis, and evaluation of structure-based, nonpeptide combinatorial libraries for binding to Src homology 3 (SH3) domains. 1994 - 1996

Education

PhD | Stanford University. Organic Chemistry. 1994

BS, Chemistry; B.A. Mathematics; B.A. German | Miami University. 1988

Awards

Fellow, National Academy of Inventors. 2023

Fellow, Optica. 2020

Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). 2020

Fellow, American Institute of Medical and Biomedical Engineering (AIMBE). 2020

Rochester Business Journal Health Care Achievement Award. 2009

Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award. 2001 - 2006

Research Corporation Research Innovation Award. 1998 - 2000

NIH Postdoctoral Fellowship. 1994 - 1996

W. R. Grace Graduate Fellow Award. 1991 - 1993

Research

Research in the Miller group focuses on two fundamental areas: the control of biomolecular interactions through the synthesis of new small-molecule probes, and the observation of biomolecular interactions through the development of novel optical sensing technologies. In the area of control, we are p...
Research in the Miller group focuses on two fundamental areas: the control of biomolecular interactions through the synthesis of new small-molecule probes, and the observation of biomolecular interactions through the development of novel optical sensing technologies. In the area of control, we are particularly interested in the sequence-selective recognition of RNA. New RNA sequences with important functions in basic biology and human health and disease are being discovered at an ever-increasing rate, and yet our ability to target these sequences specifically is still at a rudimentary stage. To address this gap, we are applying techniques of molecular design and a novel combinatorial method of small-molecule evolution called Dynamic Combinatorial Chemistry, which allows us to rapidly "prototype" sequence-selective RNA binding molecules. Thus far we have used this methodology to RNA targets important in Myotonic Dystrophy and HIV. Protein-targeted small-molecule discovery projects are also of interest, and current projects include the mechanism of tight junction formation and the transport of beta-amyloid across the blood-brain barrier. To the end of achieving better methods of observing biomolecular interactions, our group has a longstanding program in the use of the optical properties of nanostructured materials as the basis for new biosensors and diagnostic tools. Two examples of current efforts include Arrayed Imaging Reflectometry (AIR) and sensors based on two-dimensional photonic crystals (2-D PhC). AIR relies on the creation of a near-perfect antireflection coating on the surface of a silicon chip; binding of a biomolecular target destroys this antireflective condition and is visible by a change in reflected light. This allows for highly multiplexed (10's to 1000's of targets) and quantitative detection. Photonic crystal sensors, on the other hand, offer the possibility of ultrasensitive detection: for example, a major long-term goal of our work is the production of sensors that can effectively detect one virus in a blood sample.

Patents

Method of Identifying Hairpin DNA Probes by Partial Fold Analysis

Issue date: October 06, 2009

Patent #: 7,598,034

Country: United States

Inventors: Benjamin Locke Miller, Christopher M Strohsahl

Method Of Identifying Hairpin DNA Probes By Partial Fold Analysis

Issue date: June 10, 2010

Patent #: 2005237396

Country: Australia

Inventors: Benjamin Locke Miller, Christopher M Strohsahl

Method of Identifying Hairpin DNA Probes by Partial Fold Analysis

Issue date: October 28, 2008

Patent #: 7,442,510

Country: United States

Inventors: Benjamin Locke Miller, Christopher M Strohsahl

Hybridization --Based Biosensor Containing Hairpin Probes and Use Thereof

Issue date: October 12, 2010

Patent #: 7,811,764

Country: United States

Inventors: Benjamin Locke Miller, Christopher M Strohsahl

Inhibiting Amyloid-Beta Peptide/RAGE Interaction at the Blood-Brain Barrier

Issue date: July 15, 2014

Patent #: 8,778,985

Country: United States

Inventors: Rashid Deane, Benjamin Locke Miller, Berislav V Zlokovic

Oligocycloalkanoid Peptidomimetic Compounds and Method of Use

Issue date: May 13, 2003

Patent #: 6,562,782

Country: United States

Inventors: Robert D Hubbard, Benjamin Locke Miller

Biphasic Reaction Vessel and Methods of Use

Issue date: July 29, 2003

Patent #: 6,599,754

Country: United States

Inventors: Bryan Klekota, Benjamin Locke Miller

Microcavity Biosensor, Methods of Making, and Uses Thereof

Issue date: December 13, 2006

Patent #: 1373894

Country: Europe

Inventors: Selena Chan, Philippe Fauchet, Scott R Horner, Benjamin Locke Miller

Nanocrystal-based Colorimetric Sensors for Human Pathogens

Issue date: December 19, 2002

Patent #: 1407265

Country: Europe

Inventors: Todd D Krauss, Benjamin Locke Miller

Microcavity Biosensor and Uses Thereof

Issue date: June 05, 2007

Patent #: 7,226,733

Country: United States

Inventors: Selena Chan, Philippe Fauchet, Scott R Horner, Benjamin Locke Miller

Biphasic Reaction Vessel and Methods of Use

Issue date: November 01, 2001

Patent #: 1311345

Country: Europe

Inventors: Bryan Klekota, Benjamin Locke Miller

A Method for Biomolecular Sensing and a System Thereof

Issue date: November 06, 2007

Patent #: 7,292,349

Country: United States

Inventors: Benjamin Locke Miller, Lewis Rothberg

Flow Cell and System for Detection of Target in Aqueous Environment Using Arrayed Imaging Reflectometry

Issue date: August 06, 2013

Patent #: 8,502,982

Country: United States

Inventors: Charles R Mace, Benjamin Locke Miller, Lewis Rothberg

DNA Microarray Having Hairpin Probes Tethered to Nanostructured Metal Surface

Issue date: February 17, 2015

Patent #: 8,957,002

Country: United States

Inventors: Todd D Krauss, Benjamin Locke Miller, Hsin-I Peng, Lewis Rothberg

Arrayed Detector System For Measurement of Influenza Immune Response

Issue date: July 16, 2013

Patent #: 8,486,619

Country: United States

Inventors: Charles R Mace, Benjamin Locke Miller, Tim R Mosmann, David J Topham

Rapid Diagnostic Chips for Detection of Immune Responses to HPV (Human Papilloma Virus)

Issue date: May 28, 2013

Patent #: 8,450,056

Country: United States

Inventors: Charles R Mace, Benjamin Locke Miller, Tim R Mosmann, Robert C Rose

Tripodal Cyclohexane Derivatives And Their Use As Carbohydrate Receptors

Issue date: May 06, 2014

Patent #: 8,716,472

Country: United States

Inventors: Peter Gareiss, Benjamin Locke Miller, Prakash B Palde

Small Molecule Modulators of Melanin Expression

Issue date: October 20, 2015

Patent #: 9,162,984

Country: United States

Inventors: Peter Gareiss, Brian R McNaughton, Benjamin Locke Miller, Glynis A Scott

Nucleic Acid Binding Compounds and Methods of Use

Issue date: December 15, 2015

Patent #: 9,212,205

Country: United States

Inventors: Peter Gareiss, Brian R McNaughton, Benjamin Locke Miller, Krzysztof Sobczak, Charles A Thornton, Joseph E Wedekind

Arrayed Detector System for Measurement of Influenza Immune Response

Issue date: March 22, 2017

Patent #: ZL200980125645.5

Country: China, People's Republic of

Inventors: Charles R Mace, Benjamin Locke Miller, Tim R Mosmann, David J Topham

Arrayed Detector System for Measurement of Influenza Immune Response

Issue date: July 06, 2016

Patent #: 2286223

Country: Europe

Inventors: Charles R Mace, Benjamin Locke Miller, Tim R Mosmann, David J Topham

Use of Non-Nucleophilic Additives for Reduction of Surface Morphological Anomalies in Probe Arrays

Issue date: May 14, 2014

Patent #: 2349009

Country: Europe

Inventors: Charles R Mace, Benjamin Locke Miller, Amrita Urdhwareshe-Yadav

Use of Non-Nucleophilic Additives for Reduction of Surface Morphological Anomalies in Probe Arrays

Issue date: August 09, 2016

Patent #: 9,410,953

Country: United States

Inventors: Charles R Mace, Benjamin Locke Miller, Amrita Urdhwareshe-Yadav

Arrayed Detector System for Measurement of Anti-Viral Immune Response

Issue date: May 19, 2015

Patent #: 9,034,638

Country: United States

Inventors: Charles R Mace, Benjamin Locke Miller, Tim R Mosmann, Robert C Rose

Arrayed Detector System for Measurement of Influenza Immune Response

Issue date: December 22, 2015

Patent #: 9,217,745

Country: United States

Inventors: Charles R Mace, Benjamin Locke Miller, Tim R Mosmann, David J Topham

Use of Non-Nucleophilic Additives for Reduction of Surface Morphological Anomalies in Probe Arrays

Issue date: May 14, 2014

Patent #: FR2349009

Country: France

Inventors: Charles R Mace, Benjamin Locke Miller, Amrita Urdhwareshe-Yadav

Use of Non-Nucleophilic Additives for Reduction of Surface Morphological Anomalies in Probe Arrays

Issue date: May 14, 2014

Patent #: DE2349009

Country: Germany

Inventors: Charles R Mace, Benjamin Locke Miller, Amrita Urdhwareshe-Yadav

Use of Non-Nucleophilic Additives for Reduction of Surface Morphological Anomalies in Probe Arrays

Issue date: May 14, 2014

Patent #: CH2349009

Country: Switzerland/Liechtenstein

Inventors: Charles R Mace, Benjamin Locke Miller, Amrita Urdhwareshe-Yadav

Use of Non-Nucleophilic Additives for Reduction of Surface Morphological Anomalies in Probe Arrays

Issue date: May 14, 2014

Patent #: GB2349009

Country: United Kingdom

Inventors: Charles R Mace, Benjamin Locke Miller, Amrita Urdhwareshe-Yadav

Method for the Topographically -Selective Passivation of Micro- and Nanoscale Devices

Issue date: February 26, 2019

Patent #: 10,215,753

Country: United States

Inventors: Mark A Lifson, Benjamin Locke Miller, Dhruba Jyoti Basu Roy

Designed Peptides for Tight Junction Barrier Modulation

Issue date: June 02, 2020

Patent #: ZL 201480052086.0

Country: China, People's Republic of

Inventors: Elizabeth A Anderson, Lisa A Beck, Anna De Benedetto, Benjamin Locke Miller

Designed Peptides for Tight Junction Barrier Modulation

Issue date: March 24, 2021

Patent #: 3033108

Country: Europe

Inventors: Elizabeth A Anderson, Lisa A Beck, Anna De Benedetto, Benjamin Locke Miller

Designed Peptides for Tight Junction Barrier Modulation

Issue date: September 12, 2017

Patent #: 9,757,428

Country: United States

Inventors: Elizabeth A Anderson, Lisa A Beck, Anna De Benedetto, Benjamin Locke Miller

Arrayed Detector System for Measurement of Influenza Immune Response

Issue date: July 06, 2016

Patent #: FR2286223

Country: France

Inventors: Charles R Mace, Benjamin Locke Miller, Tim R Mosmann, David J Topham

Arrayed Detector System for Measurement of Influenza Immune Response

Issue date: July 06, 2016

Patent #: 60200903959

Country: Germany

Inventors: Charles R Mace, Benjamin Locke Miller, Tim R Mosmann, David J Topham

Arrayed Detector System for Measurement of Influenza Immune Response

Issue date: July 06, 2016

Patent #: CH2286223

Country: Switzerland/Liechtenstein

Inventors: Charles R Mace, Benjamin Locke Miller, Tim R Mosmann, David J Topham

Arrayed Detector System for Measurement of Influenza Immune Response

Issue date: July 06, 2016

Patent #: GB2286223

Country: United Kingdom

Inventors: Charles R Mace, Benjamin Locke Miller, Tim R Mosmann, David J Topham

Chips, Detection Systems, and Methods for Multiplex Pneumococcus Serology

Issue date: May 22, 2019

Patent #: 3055433

Country: Europe

Inventors: Benjamin Locke Miller, Moon Nahm

Chips, Detection Systems, and Methods for Multiplex Pneumococcus Serology

Issue date: February 19, 2019

Patent #: 10,209,254

Country: United States

Inventors: Benjamin Locke Miller, Moon Nahm

A Polymer Microparticle-Based Method for Probe Deposition in Label-Free Biosensors

Issue date: March 22, 2022

Patent #: 11,280,782

Country: United States

Inventors: Jared A Carter, Mark A Lifson, Benjamin Locke Miller

Chips, Detection Systems, and Methods for Multiplex Pneumococcus Serology

Issue date: May 22, 2019

Patent #: FR3055433

Country: France

Inventors: Benjamin Locke Miller, Moon Nahm

Chips, Detection Systems, and Methods for Multiplex Pneumococcus Serology

Issue date: May 22, 2019

Patent #: DE3055433

Country: Germany

Inventors: Benjamin Locke Miller, Moon Nahm

Chips, Detection Systems, and Methods for Multiplex Pneumococcus Serology

Issue date: May 22, 2019

Patent #: CH3055433

Country: Switzerland/Liechtenstein

Inventors: Benjamin Locke Miller, Moon Nahm

Chips, Detection Systems, and Methods for Multiplex Pneumococcus Serology

Issue date: May 22, 2019

Patent #: GB3055433

Country: United Kingdom

Inventors: Benjamin Locke Miller, Moon Nahm

Designed Peptides for Tight Junction Barrier Modulation

Issue date: March 24, 2021

Patent #: FR3033108

Country: France

Inventors: Elizabeth A Anderson, Lisa A Beck, Anna De Benedetto, Benjamin Locke Miller

Designed Peptides for Tight Junction Barrier Modulation

Issue date: March 24, 2021

Patent #: DE3033108

Country: Germany

Inventors: Elizabeth A Anderson, Lisa A Beck, Anna De Benedetto, Benjamin Locke Miller

Designed Peptides for Tight Junction Barrier Modulation

Issue date: March 24, 2021

Patent #: IT3033108

Country: Italy

Inventors: Elizabeth A Anderson, Lisa A Beck, Anna De Benedetto, Benjamin Locke Miller

Designed Peptides for Tight Junction Barrier Modulation

Issue date: March 24, 2021

Patent #: ES3033108

Country: Spain

Inventors: Elizabeth A Anderson, Lisa A Beck, Anna De Benedetto, Benjamin Locke Miller

Designed Peptides for Tight Junction Barrier Modulation

Issue date: March 24, 2021

Patent #: GB3033108

Country: United Kingdom

Inventors: Elizabeth A Anderson, Lisa A Beck, Anna De Benedetto, Benjamin Locke Miller

Publications

Journal Articles

A Multiplex "Disposable Photonics" Biosensor Platform and Its Application to Antibody Profiling in Upper Respiratory Disease.

Bryan MR, Butt JN, Ding Z, Tokranova N, Cady N, Piorek B, Meinhart C, Tice J, Miller BL

ACS sensors.. 2024 March 29 Epub 03/29/2024.

Mimicking an environment for enzyme-free paper-based nucleic acid tests at the point of care.

Beard JW, Hunt SL, Evans A, Goenner C, Miller BL

bioRxiv : the preprint server for biology.. 2024 February 29 Epub 02/29/2024.

Two Decades of Arrayed Imaging Reflectometry for Sensitive, High-Throughput Biosensing.

Kosoy G, Miller BL

Biosensors.. 2023 September 513 (9)Epub 09/05/2023.

History of S. aureus Skin Infection Significantly Associates with History of Eczema Herpeticum in Patients with Atopic Dermatitis.

Moran MC, Klose A, Yoshida T, De Benedetto A, Schneider LC, Ong PY, Simpson EL, Leung DYM, Miller BL, Seplaki CL, Beck LA

Dermatology and therapy.. 2023 August 24 Epub 08/24/2023.

Feature Papers in Optical Sensors 2022.

Passaro VMN, Semenova Y, Miller BL

Sensors.. 2023 April 323 (7)Epub 04/03/2023.

Biosensing with Silicon Nitride Microring Resonators Integrated with an On-Chip Filter Bank Spectrometer.

Bryan MR, Butt JN, Bucukovski J, Miller BL

ACS sensors.. 2023 February 14 Epub 02/14/2023.

A photonic biosensor-integrated tissue chip platform for real-time sensing of lung epithelial inflammatory markers.

Cognetti JS, Moen MT, Brewer MG, Bryan MR, Tice JD, McGrath JL, Miller BL

Lab on a chip.. 2023 January 3 Epub 01/03/2023.

Attitudes and experiences regarding preventive strategies for the deaf population in Western New York.

Farovitch L, Padden C, vanWijngaarden E, Miller B, Leydet B, Dye T

PLOS global public health.. 2023 3 (11):e0001056. Epub 11/22/2023.

Leveraging Arylboronic Acid - Cellulose Binding as a Versatile and Scalable Approach to Hydrophobic Patterning.

Beard JW, Murty S, Caulkins C, Strenk AR, Luta EP, Hunt SL, Yates MZ, Miller BL

Advanced materials technologies.. 2022 July 7 (7)Epub 12/16/2021.

Conditions That Simulate the Environment of Atopic Dermatitis Enhance Susceptibility of Human Keratinocytes to Vaccinia Virus.

Brewer MG, Monticelli SR, Moran MC, Miller BL, Beck LA, Ward BM

Cells.. 2022 April 1411 (8)Epub 04/14/2022.

Formation and Expansion of Memory B Cells against Coronavirus in Acutely Infected COVID-19 Individuals.

Embong AK, Nguyen-Contant P, Wang J, Kanagaiah P, Chaves FA, Fitzgerald TF, Zhou Q, Kosoy G, Branche AR, Miller BL, Zand MS, Sangster MY, Topham DJ

Pathogens.. 2022 January 2911 (2)Epub 01/29/2022.

Human Organ-on-a-Chip Microphysiological Systems to Model Musculoskeletal Pathologies and Accelerate Therapeutic Discovery.

Ajalik RE, Alenchery RG, Cognetti JS, Zhang VZ, McGrath JL, Miller BL, Awad HA

Frontiers in bioengineering and biotechnology.. 2022 10 :846230. Epub 03/14/2022.

Expanding the known structure space for RNA binding: a test of 2,5-diketopiperazine.

Arévalo DM, Anokhina VS, Swart OLR, Miller BL

Organic & biomolecular chemistry.. 2021 December 20 Epub 12/20/2021.

StaphAIR: A Label-Free Antigen Microarray Approach to Detecting Anti- Antibody Responses in Orthopedic Infections.

Klose AM, Daiss JL, Ho L, Beck CA, Striemer CC, Muthukrishnan G, Miller BL

Analytical chemistry.. 2021 October 1 Epub 10/01/2021.

Monitoring Serum Spike Protein with Disposable Photonic Biosensors Following SARS-CoV-2 Vaccination.

Cognetti JS, Miller BL

Sensors.. 2021 August 3121 (17)Epub 08/31/2021.

Targeting Ribosomal Frameshifting as an Antiviral Strategy: From HIV-1 to SARS-CoV-2.

Anokhina VS, Miller BL

Accounts of chemical research.. 2021 August 17 Epub 08/17/2021.

Disposable photonics for cost-effective clinical bioassays: application to COVID-19 antibody testing.

Cognetti JS, Steiner DJ, Abedin M, Bryan MR, Shanahan C, Tokranova N, Young E, Klose AM, Zavriyev A, Judy N, Piorek B, Meinhart C, Jakubowicz R, Warren H, Cady NC, Miller BL

Lab on a chip.. 2021 June 23 Epub 06/23/2021.

Label-Free, Multiplex Glycan Microarray Biosensor for Influenza Virus Detection.

Zhang H, Klose AM, Miller BL

Bioconjugate chemistry.. 2021 February 9 Epub 02/09/2021.

Array-based analysis of SARS-CoV-2, other coronaviruses, and influenza antibodies in convalescent COVID-19 patients.

Steiner DJ, Cognetti JS, Luta EP, Klose AM, Bucukovski J, Bryan MR, Schmuke JJ, Nguyen-Contant P, Sangster MY, Topham DJ, Miller BL

Biosensors & bioelectronics.. 2020 September 21169 :112643. Epub 09/21/2020.

Associations of Serum Calciprotein Particle Size and Transformation Time with Arterial Calcification, Arterial Stiffness, and Mortality in Incident Hemodialysis Patients.

Chen W, Fitzpatrick J, Monroy-Trujillo JM, Sozio SM, Jaar BG, Estrella MM, Serrano J, Anokhina V, Miller BL, Melamed ML, Bushinsky DA, Parekh RS

American journal of kidney diseases : the official journal of the National Kidney Foundation.. 2020 August 12 Epub 08/12/2020.

Characterizing Emerging Canine H3 Influenza Viruses.

Martinez-Sobrido L, Blanco-Lobo P, Rodriguez L, Fitzgerald T, Zhang H, Nguyen P, Anderson CS, Holden-Wiltse J, Bandyopadhyay S, Nogales A, DeDiego ML, Wasik BR, Miller BL, Henry C, Wilson PC, Sangster MY, Treanor JJ, Topham DJ, Byrd-Leotis L, Steinhauer DA, Cummings RD, Luczo JM, Tompkins SM, Sakamoto K, Jones CA, Steel J, Lowen AC, Danzy S, Tao H, Fink AL, Klein SL, Wohlgemuth N, Fenstermacher KJ, El Najjar F, Pekosz A, Sauer L, Lewis MK, Shaw-Saliba K, Rothman RE, Liu ZY, Chen KF, Parrish CR, Voorhees IEH, Kawaoka Y, Neumann G, Chiba S, Fan S, Hatta M, Kong H, Zhong G, Wang G, Uccellini MB, García-Sastre A, Perez DR, Ferreri LM, Herfst S, Richard M, Fouchier R, Burke D, Pattinson D, Smith DJ, Meliopoulos V, Freiden P, Livingston B, Sharp B, Cherry S, Dib JC, Yang G, Russell CJ, Barman S, Webby RJ, Krauss S, Danner A, Woodard K, Peiris M, Perera RAPM, Chan MCW, Govorkova EA, Marathe BM, Pascua PNQ, Smith G, Li YT, Thomas PG, Schultz-Cherry S

PLoS pathogens.. 2020 April 16 (4):e1008409. Epub 04/14/2020.

Figure-of-Merit Characterization of Hydrogen-Bond Acidic Sorbents for Waveguide-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy.

Tyndall NF, Stievater TH, Kozak DA, Pruessner MW, Roxworthy BJ, Rabinovich WS, Roberts CA, McGill RA, Miller BL, Luta E, Yates MZ

ACS sensors.. 2020 March 275 (3):831-836. Epub 03/19/2020.

Peptides Derived from the Tight Junction Protein CLDN1 Disrupt the Skin Barrier and Promote Responsiveness to an Epicutaneous Vaccine.

Brewer MG, Anderson EA, Pandya RP, De Benedetto A, Yoshida T, Hilimire TA, Martinez-Sobrido L, Beck LA, Miller BL

The Journal of investigative dermatology.. 2020 February 140 (2):361-369.e3. Epub 08/02/2019.

A Matricryptic Conformation of the Integrin-Binding Domain of Fibronectin Regulates Platelet-Derived Growth Factor-Induced Intracellular Calcium Release.

Farrar CS, Rouin GT, Miller BL, Raeman CH, Mooney NA, Hocking DC

Cells.. 2019 October 308 (11)Epub 10/30/2019.

Immunosensor-based label-free and multiplex detection of influenza viruses: State of the art.

Zhang H, Miller BL

Biosensors & bioelectronics.. 2019 September 15141 :111476. Epub 06/25/2019.

Enhancing the ligand efficiency of anti-HIV compounds targeting frameshift-stimulating RNA.

Anokhina VS, McAnany JD, Ciesla JH, Hilimire TA, Santoso N, Miao H, Miller BL

Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry.. 2019 July 127 (13):2972-2977. Epub 05/09/2019.

Patients with advanced chronic kidney disease and vascular calcification have a large hydrodynamic radius of secondary calciprotein particles.

Chen W, Anokhina V, Dieudonne G, Abramowitz MK, Kashyap R, Yan C, Wu TT, de Mesy Bentley KL, Miller BL, Bushinsky DA

Nephrology, dialysis, transplantation : official publication of the European Dialysis and Transplant Association - European Renal Association.. 2019 June 134 (6):992-1000. Epub 1900 01 01.

Antibacterial Copper-Hydroxyapatite Composite Coatings via Electrochemical Synthesis.

Ghosh R, Swart O, Westgate S, Miller BL, Yates MZ

Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and colloids.. 2019 April 3035 (17):5957-5966. Epub 04/18/2019.

Dynamic combinatorial chemistry as a rapid method for discovering sequence-selective RNA-binding compounds.

McAnany JD, Miller BL

Methods in enzymology.. 2019 623 :67-84. Epub 05/25/2019.

Crowd on a Chip: Label-Free Human Monoclonal Antibody Arrays for Serotyping Influenza.

Zhang H, Henry C, Anderson CS, Nogales A, DeDiego ML, Bucukovski J, Martinez-Sobrido L, Wilson PC, Topham DJ, Miller BL

Analytical chemistry.. 2018 August 790 (15):9583-9590. Epub 07/20/2018.

Label-free microarray-based detection of autoantibodies in human serum.

Bucukovski J, Carter JA, Striemer CC, Müllner S, Schulte-Pelkum J, Schulz-Knappe P, Miller BL

Journal of immunological methods.. 2018 August 459 :44-49. Epub 05/24/2018.

HIV-1 Frameshift RNA-Targeted Triazoles Inhibit Propagation of Replication-Competent and Multi-Drug-Resistant HIV in Human Cells.

Hilimire TA, Chamberlain JM, Anokhina V, Bennett RP, Swart O, Myers JR, Ashton JM, Stewart RA, Featherston AL, Gates K, Helms ED, Smith HC, Dewhurst S, Miller BL

ACS chemical biology.. 2017 June 1612 (6):1674-1682. Epub 05/05/2017.

Progression of brain atrophy in PSP and CBS over 6 months and 1 year.

Dutt S, Binney RJ, Heuer HW, Luong P, Attygalle S, Bhatt P, Marx GA, Elofson J, Tartaglia MC, Litvan I, McGinnis SM, Dickerson BC, Kornak J, Waltzman D, Voltarelli L, Schuff N, Rabinovici GD, Kramer JH, Jack CR, Miller BL, Rosen HJ, Boxer AL,

Neurology.. 2016 November 887 (19):2016-2025. Epub 10/14/2016.

Probing the geometric constraints of RNA binding via dynamic covalent chemistry.

McAnany JD, Reichert JP, Miller BL

Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry.. 2016 September 124 (17):3940-3946. Epub 02/24/2016.

A label-free, multiplex competitive assay for small molecule pollutants.

Carter JA, Triplett E, Striemer CC, Miller BL

Biosensors & bioelectronics.. 2016 March 1577 :1-6. Epub 08/29/2015.

N-Methylation as a Strategy for Enhancing the Affinity and Selectivity of RNA-binding Peptides: Application to the HIV-1 Frameshift-Stimulating RNA.

Hilimire TA, Bennett RP, Stewart RA, Garcia-Miranda P, Blume A, Becker J, Sherer N, Helms ED, Butcher SE, Smith HC, Miller BL

ACS chemical biology.. 2016 January 1511 (1):88-94. Epub 11/03/2015.

mRNA regulation: A patch for a splice.

Miller BL

Nature chemical biology.. 2015 July 11 (7):454-5. Epub 1900 01 01.

Identification of preclinical Alzheimer's disease by a profile of pathogenic proteins in neurally derived blood exosomes: A case-control study.

Fiandaca MS, Kapogiannis D, Mapstone M, Boxer A, Eitan E, Schwartz JB, Abner EL, Petersen RC, Federoff HJ, Miller BL, Goetzl EJ

Alzheimer's & dementia : the journal of the Alzheimer's Association.. 2015 June 11 (6):600-7.e1. Epub 08/15/2014.

Two-dimensional photonic crystals for sensitive microscale chemical and biochemical sensing.

Baker JE, Sriram R, Miller BL

Lab on a chip.. 2015 February 2115 (4):971-990. Epub 1900 01 01.

Dysfunctionally phosphorylated type 1 insulin receptor substrate in neural-derived blood exosomes of preclinical Alzheimer's disease.

Kapogiannis D, Boxer A, Schwartz JB, Abner EL, Biragyn A, Masharani U, Frassetto L, Petersen RC, Miller BL, Goetzl EJ

FASEB journal : official publication of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.. 2015 February 29 (2):589-96. Epub 10/23/2014.

A Multiplex Label-Free Approach to Avian Influenza Surveillance and Serology.

Bucukovski J, Latorre-Margalef N, Stallknecht DE, Miller BL

PloS one.. 2015 10 (8):e0134484. Epub 08/04/2015.

Identification of activators of ERK5 transcriptional activity by high-throughput screening and the role of endothelial ERK5 in vasoprotective effects induced by statins and antimalarial agents.

Le NT, Takei Y, Izawa-Ishizawa Y, Heo KS, Lee H, Smrcka AV, Miller BL, Ko KA, Ture S, Morrell C, Fujiwara K, Akaike M, Abe JI

The Journal of immunology : official journal of the American Association of Immunologists.. 2014 October 1193 (7):3803-15. Epub 09/03/2014.

Lomofungin and dilomofungin: inhibitors of MBNL1-CUG RNA binding with distinct cellular effects.

Hoskins JW, Ofori LO, Chen CZ, Kumar A, Sobczak K, Nakamori M, Southall N, Patnaik S, Marugan JJ, Zheng W, Austin CP, Disney MD, Miller BL, Thornton CA

Nucleic acids research.. 2014 June 42 (10):6591-602. Epub 05/05/2014.

High-affinity recognition of HIV-1 frameshift-stimulating RNA alters frameshifting in vitro and interferes with HIV-1 infectivity.

Ofori LO, Hilimire TA, Bennett RP, Brown NW, Smith HC, Miller BL

Journal of medicinal chemistry.. 2014 February 1357 (3):723-32. Epub 01/15/2014.

Comparative study of solution-phase and vapor-phase deposition of aminosilanes on silicon dioxide surfaces.

Yadav AR, Sriram R, Carter JA, Miller BL

Materials science & engineering. C, Materials for biological applications.. 2014 February 135 :283-90. Epub 11/20/2013.

Enhancing the detection limit of nanoscale biosensors via topographically selective functionalization.

Lifson MA, Basu Roy D, Miller BL

Analytical chemistry.. 2014 January 2186 (2):1016-22. Epub 12/27/2013.

Examining the interactions of the splicing factor MBNL1 with target RNA sequences via a label-free, multiplex method.

Yadav AR, Mace CR, Miller BL

Analytical chemistry.. 2014 January 2186 (2):1067-75. Epub 01/09/2014.

Selective virus detection in complex sample matrices with photonic crystal optical cavities.

Pal S, Yadav AR, Lifson MA, Baker JE, Fauchet PM, Miller BL

Biosensors & bioelectronics.. 2013 June 1544 :229-34. Epub 01/15/2013.

1-D and 2-D photonic crystals as optical methods for amplifying biomolecular recognition.

Pal S, Fauchet PM, Miller BL

Analytical chemistry.. 2012 November 684 (21):8900-8. Epub 09/21/2012.

From dynamic combinatorial 'hit' to lead: in vitro and in vivo activity of compounds targeting the pathogenic RNAs that cause myotonic dystrophy.

Ofori LO, Hoskins J, Nakamori M, Thornton CA, Miller BL

Nucleic acids research.. 2012 July 40 (13):6380-90. Epub 04/06/2012.

A multimodal RAGE-specific inhibitor reduces amyloid ?-mediated brain disorder in a mouse model of Alzheimer disease.

Deane R, Singh I, Sagare AP, Bell RD, Ross NT, Larue B, Love R, Perry S, Paquette N, Deane RJ, Meenakshisundaram T, Zarcone T, Fritz G, Friedman AE, Miller BL, Zlokovic BV

The Journal of clinical investigation.. 2012 April 122 (4):1377-92. Epub 03/12/2012.

Microfluidic nanoplasmonic-enabled device for multiplex DNA detection.

Peng HI, Strohsahl CM, Miller BL

Lab on a chip.. 2012 March 2112 (6):1089-93. Epub 02/02/2012.

Ternary resin-bound Dynamic Combinatorial Chemistry.

Gromova AV, Ciszewski JM, Miller BL

Chemical communications : Chem comm. 2012 February 1848 (15):2131-3. Epub 01/13/2012.

DCC in the development of nucleic acid targeted and nucleic acid inspired structures.

Miller BL

Topics in current chemistry. 2012 322 :107-37. Epub 1900 01 01.

Silicon photonic crystal nanocavity-coupled waveguides for error-corrected optical biosensing.

Pal S, Guillermain E, Sriram R, Miller BL, Fauchet PM

Biosensors & bioelectronics.. 2011 June 1526 (10):4024-31. Epub 04/02/2011.

Analysis of inflammatory biomarkers by Arrayed Imaging Reflectometry.

Carter JA, Mehta SD, Mungillo MV, Striemer CC, Miller BL

Biosensors & bioelectronics.. 2011 May 1526 (9):3944-8. Epub 02/24/2011.

Recent advancements in optical DNA biosensors: exploiting the plasmonic effects of metal nanoparticles.

Peng HI, Miller BL

The Analyst.. 2011 February 7136 (3):436-47. Epub 11/03/2010.

Label-free, arrayed sensing of immune response to influenza antigens.

Mace CR, Topham DJ, Mosmann TR, Quataert SA, Treanor JJ, Miller BL

Talanta.. 2011 January 1583 (3):1000-5. Epub 11/10/2010.

Aging induced Ag nanoparticle rearrangement under ambient atmosphere and consequences for nanoparticle-enhanced DNA biosensing.

Peng HI, Krauss TD, Miller BL

Analytical chemistry.. 2010 October 1582 (20):8664-70. Epub 1900 01 01.

Strategies for recognition of stem-loop RNA structures by synthetic ligands: application to the HIV-1 frameshift stimulatory sequence.

Palde PB, Ofori LO, Gareiss PC, Lerea J, Miller BL

Journal of medicinal chemistry.. 2010 August 2653 (16):6018-27. Epub 1900 01 01.

Dynamic covalent chemistry: Catalysing dynamic libraries.

Miller BL

Nature chemistry.. 2010 June 2 (6):433-4. Epub 05/16/2010.

A potent activator of melanogenesis identified from small-molecule screening.

McNaughton BR, Gareiss PC, Jacobs SE, Fricke AF, Scott GA, Miller BL

ChemMedChem.. 2009 October 4 (10):1583-9. Epub 1900 01 01.

Label-free DNA detection on nanostructured Ag surfaces.

Peng HI, Strohsahl CM, Leach KE, Krauss TD, Miller BL

ACS nano.. 2009 August 253 (8):2265-73. Epub 1900 01 01.

Synthesis at the molecular frontier.

Wender PA, Miller BL

Nature.. 2009 July 9460 (7252):197-201. Epub 1900 01 01.

Ribosomal frameshifting: an emerging drug target for HIV.

Gareiss PC, Miller BL

Current opinion in investigational drugs.. 2009 February 10 (2):121-8. Epub 1900 01 01.

The role of alkanethiol spacers in a metal surface-based label-free DNA detection system

Peng, H.-I.; Nuffer, Z. M.; Miller, B. L.

Proc. SPIE. 2009; 7167: 71670H.

Arrayed Imaging Reflectometry for inexpensive and label-free protein arrays

Striemer, C. C.; Mace, C. R.; Carter, J. A.; Mehta, S. D.; Miller, B. L.

Proc. SPIE. 2009; 7167: 71670G.

Tracking serum antibody response to viral antigens with Arrayed Imaging Reflectometry

Mace, C. R.; Rose, R. C.; Miller, B. L.

Proc. SPIE. 2009; 7167: 71670H.

Detection of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) using the NanoLantern biosensor

Strohsahl, C. M.; Krauss, T. D.; Miller, B. L.

Proc. SPIE. 2009; 7167: 71670S.

The role of alkanethiol spacers in a metal surface-based label-free DNA detection system.

Peng, H-I; Nuffer, ZM; Miller, BL.

Proc. SPIE. 2009; 7167(71670H).

Diagnostics for a personalized medical future: extending our senses to the molecular scale.

Miller BL

Studies in health technology and informatics.. 2009 149 :297-310. Epub 1900 01 01.

Dynamic combinatorial selection of molecules capable of inhibiting the (CUG) repeat RNA-MBNL1 interaction in vitro: discovery of lead compounds targeting myotonic dystrophy (DM1).

Gareiss PC, Sobczak K, McNaughton BR, Palde PB, Thornton CA, Miller BL

Journal of the American Chemical Society.. 2008 December 3130 (48):16254-61. Epub 1900 01 01.

Investigation of non-nucleophilic additives for the reduction of morphological anomalies in protein arrays.

Mace CR, Yadav AR, Miller BL

Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and colloids.. 2008 November 1824 (22):12754-7. Epub 10/17/2008.

Detection of human proteins using arrayed imaging reflectometry.

Mace CR, Striemer CC, Miller BL

Biosensors & bioelectronics.. 2008 October 1524 (2):334-7. Epub 05/27/2008.

Selective recognition of alkyl pyranosides in protic and aprotic solvents.

Palde PB, Gareiss PC, Miller BL

Journal of the American Chemical Society.. 2008 July 23130 (29):9566-73. Epub 06/25/2008.

One-pot quinoline synthesis.

McNaughton, B.R.; Miller, B. L.

Organic Syntheses. 2008; 85: 27-33.

Characterization of the binding surface of the translocated intimin receptor, an essential protein for EPEC and EHEC cell adhesion.

Ross NT, Miller BL

Protein science : a publication of the Protein Society.. 2007 December 16 (12):2677-83. Epub 1900 01 01.

Biophysical analysis of the EPEC translocated intimin receptor-binding domain.

Ross NT, Mace CR, Miller BL

Biochemical and biophysical research communications.. 2007 November 3362 (4):1073-8. Epub 08/30/2007.

Identification of high-stringency DNA hairpin probes by partial gene folding.

Strohsahl CM, Krauss TD, Miller BL

Biosensors & bioelectronics.. 2007 September 3023 (2):233-40. Epub 04/19/2007.

Identification of a selective small-molecule ligand for HIV-1 frameshift-inducing stem-loop RNA from an 11,325 member resin bound dynamic combinatorial library.

McNaughton BR, Gareiss PC, Miller BL

Journal of the American Chemical Society.. 2007 September 19129 (37):11306-7. Epub 08/28/2007.

Label-free quantitative detection of protein using macroporous silicon photonic bandgap biosensors.

Ouyang H, Delouise LA, Miller BL, Fauchet PM

Analytical chemistry.. 2007 February 1579 (4):1502-6. Epub 01/23/2007.

Conformational and Structural Analysis of a ter-Cyclopentane Scaffold for Molecular Recognition.

Gareiss, P. C.; Palde, P. B.; Hubbard, R. D.; Miller, B. L.

Eur. J. Org. Chem. 2007; : 53-61.

Single step synthesis of functional organic receptors via a tridirectional Minisci reaction

Palde, P. B.; McNaughton, B. R.; Ross, N. T.; Gareiss, P. C.; Mace, C. R.; Spitale, R. C.; Miller, B. L.

Synthesis. 2007; : 2287-2290.

Rapid label-free protein detection arrays on coated silicon wafers

Striemer, C. C.; Mace, C. R.; Miller, B. L.

Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. 2007; 951E: 0951-E09-07.

Preparation and use of metal surface-immobilized DNA hairpins for the detection of oligonucleotides.

Strohsahl CM, Miller BL, Krauss TD

Nature protocols.. 2007 2 (9):2105-10. Epub 1900 01 01.

Synthesis and evaluation of the first cis-cyclobutane-containing receptor for lipid A.

Bucholtz KM, Gareiss PC, Tajc SG, Miller BL

Organic & biomolecular chemistry.. 2006 November 74 (21):3973-9. Epub 09/29/2006.

Theoretical and experimental analysis of arrayed imaging reflectometry as a sensitive proteomics technique.

Mace CR, Striemer CC, Miller BL

Analytical chemistry.. 2006 August 178 (15):5578-83. Epub 1900 01 01.

Resin-bound dynamic combinatorial chemistry.

McNaughton BR, Miller BL

Organic letters.. 2006 April 278 (9):1803-6. Epub 1900 01 01.

A designed receptor for pH-switchable ion binding in water.

Tajc SG, Miller BL

Journal of the American Chemical Society.. 2006 March 1128 (8):2532-3. Epub 1900 01 01.

A proteomic biosensor for enteropathogenic E. coli.

Horner SR, Mace CR, Rothberg LJ, Miller BL

Biosensors & bioelectronics.. 2006 February 1521 (8):1659-63. Epub 09/08/2005.

The active site cysteine of ubiquitin-conjugating enzymes has a significantly elevated pKa: functional implications.

Tolbert BS, Tajc SG, Webb H, Snyder J, Nielsen JE, Miller BL, Basavappa R

Biochemistry.. 2005 December 2044 (50):16385-91. Epub 1900 01 01.

Towards single-spot multianalyte molecular beacon biosensors.

Strohsahl CM, Du H, Miller BL, Krauss TD

Talanta.. 2005 September 1567 (3):479-85. Epub 08/02/2005.

Sensitivity and specificity of metal surface-immobilized "molecular beacon" biosensors.

Du H, Strohsahl CM, Camera J, Miller BL, Krauss TD

Journal of the American Chemical Society.. 2005 June 1127 (21):7932-40. Epub 1900 01 01.

Cross-correlation of optical microcavity biosensor response with immobilized enzyme activity. Insights into biosensor sensitivity.

DeLouise LA, Kou PM, Miller BL

Analytical chemistry.. 2005 May 1577 (10):3222-30. Epub 1900 01 01.

Enzyme immobilization in porous silicon: quantitative analysis of the kinetic parameters for glutathione-S-transferases.

Delouise LA, Miller BL

Analytical chemistry.. 2005 April 177 (7):1950-6. Epub 1900 01 01.

Self-selection in olefin cross-metathesis: the effect of remote functionality.

McNaughton BR, Bucholtz KM, Camaaño-Moure A, Miller BL

Organic letters.. 2005 February 177 (4):733-6. Epub 1900 01 01.

Hydrogel-Supported Optical Microcavity Sensors.

DeLouise, L. A.; Fauchet, P. M.; Miller, B. L.; Pentland, A. P.

Advanced Materials. 2005; 17: 2199-2203.

Macroporous Silicon Microcavities for Macromolecule Detection.

Ouyang, H.; Christophersen, M.; Viard, R.; Miller, B. L.; Fauchet, P. M.

Adv. Func. Mat. 2005; 15: 1851-1859.

Silicon Photonic Bandgap Biosensors.

Ouyang, H.; Lee, M.; Miller, B. L.; Fauchet, P. M.

Proc. SPIE. 2005; 2018: 93-103.

Interfacing biology and computing for health: the future of home diagnostics.

Miller BL

Studies in health technology and informatics.. 2005 118 :66-78. Epub 1900 01 01.

Quantatitive assessment of enzyme immobilization capacity in porous silicon.

DeLouise LA, Miller BL

Analytical chemistry.. 2004 December 176 (23):6915-20. Epub 1900 01 01.

Direct determination of thiol pKa by isothermal titration microcalorimetry.

Tajc SG, Tolbert BS, Basavappa R, Miller BL

Journal of the American Chemical Society.. 2004 September 1126 (34):10508-9. Epub 1900 01 01.

Reflective interferometric detection of label-free oligonucleotides.

Lu J, Strohsahl CM, Miller BL, Rothberg LJ

Analytical chemistry.. 2004 August 176 (15):4416-20. Epub 1900 01 01.

Optimization of mesoporous silicon microcavities for proteomics sensing.

DeLouise, L.; Miller, B. L.

Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. 2004; 782: A5.3.1-A.5.3.7.

Trends in porous silicon biomedical devices tuning microstructure and performance trade-offs in optical biosensors.

DeLouise, L. A.; Miller, B. L.

Proc. SPIE. 2004; 5357: 111-125.

Biosensing with one-dimensional photonic bandgap structure.

Ouyang, H.; DeLouise, L. A.; Christophersen, M.; Miller, B. L.; Fauchet, P. M.

Proc. SPIE. 2004; 5511: 71-80.

A mild and efficient one-step synthesis of quinolines.

McNaughton BR, Miller BL

Organic letters.. 2003 November 135 (23):4257-9. Epub 1900 01 01.

Hybridization-based unquenching of DNA hairpins on au surfaces: prototypical "molecular beacon" biosensors.

Du H, Disney MD, Miller BL, Krauss TD

Journal of the American Chemical Society.. 2003 April 9125 (14):4012-3. Epub 1900 01 01.

Regioselective and Diastereoselective Synthesis of Highly Substituted Cyclopentanes.

Hubbard, R. D.; Miller, B. L.

Tetrahedron. 2003; 59: 8143.

Identification of Gram negative bacteria using nanoscale silicon microcavities.

Chan S, Horner SR, Fauchet PM, Miller BL

Journal of the American Chemical Society.. 2001 November 28123 (47):11797-8. Epub 1900 01 01.

RNA-selective coordination complexes identified via dynamic combinatorial chemistry.

Karan C, Miller BL

Journal of the American Chemical Society.. 2001 August 1123 (30):7455-6. Epub 1900 01 01.

Highly substituted ter-cyclopentanes as receptors for lipid A.

Hubbard RD, Horner SR, Miller BL

Journal of the American Chemical Society.. 2001 June 20123 (24):5810-1. Epub 1900 01 01.

Extending the scope of chromium-manganese redox-coupled reactions: a one-pot synthesis of benzoxazoles.

Hari A, Karan C, Rodrigues WC, Miller BL

The Journal of organic chemistry.. 2001 February 966 (3):991-6. Epub 1900 01 01.

Nanoscale Silicon Microcavities for Biosensing.

Chan, S.; Li, Y.; Rothberg, L. J.; Miller, B. L.; Fauchet, P. M.

Mat. Sci. & Eng. 2001; 15: 277-282.

Rapid and efficient synthesis of 2-amino-4H-benzothiazines.

Hari A, Miller BL

Organic letters.. 2000 November 162 (23):3667-70. Epub 1900 01 01.

Segregation of separate steps in chromium-catalyzed reactions for convenience and mechanistic analysis

Hari A, Miller BL

Organic letters.. 2000 March 92 (5):691-3. Epub 1900 01 01.

Dynamic diversity in drug discovery: Putting small-molecule evolution to work.

Karan I, Miller BL

Drug discovery today.. 2000 February 5 (2):67-75. Epub 1900 01 01.

Porous Silicon Microcavities for Biosensing Applications

Chan, S.; Fauchet, P. M.; Li, Y.; Rothberg, L. J.; Miller, B. L.

Physica Status Solidi A. 2000; 182: 541-546.

Nanoscale Silicon Microcavity Optical Sensors for Biological Applications.

Chan, S.; Horner, S. R.; Miller, B. L.; Fauchet, P. M.

Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. 2000; 638: F10.

Transfer Catalysis Between Two Solids: Application to the Reduction of Nitroarenes.

Hari A, Miller BL

Angewandte Chemie.. 1999 September 38 (18):2777-2779. Epub 1900 01 01.

Dynamic diversity and small-molecule evolution: a new paradigm for ligand identification.

Klekota B, Miller BL

Trends in biotechnology.. 1999 May 17 (5):205-9. Epub 1900 01 01.

Selection of DNA-Binding Compounds via Multistage Molecular Evolution

Klekota, B.; Miller, B. L.

Tetrahedron (Combinatorial Chemistry Symposium in Print). 1999; 55: 11687.

A New Method for the Mild and Selective Reduction of Aryl Nitro Groups on Solid Support

Hari, A.; Miller, B. L.

Tetrahedron Lett. 1999; 40: 245-248.

Exploiting Differences in Solution vs. Solid-Supported Reactivity for the Synthesis of Sulfonic Acid Derivatives.

Hari, A.; Miller, B. L.

Org. Lett. 1999; 1: 2109-2111.

Lewis Acid Catalyzed Diels-Alder Reactions of Highly Hindered Dienophiles

Hubbard, R. D.; Miller, B. L.

J. Org. Chem. 1998; 63: 4143.

Generation of Novel DNA-Binding Compounds by Selection and Amplification from Self-Assembled Combinatorial Libraries

Klekota, B.; Hammond, M. H.; Miller, B. L.

Tetrahedron Lett. 1997; 38: 8639-8643.

Synthesis and Characterization of the Second Cysteine-Rich Region of Mouse Skin PKCn

Irie, K.; Yanai, Y.; Ohigashi, H.; Wender, P. A.; Miller, B. L.

Bioorg. Med. Chem. Lett. 1996; 6: 353.

Synthesis and Characterization of New Photolabile Phorbol Esters for Affinity Labeling of Protein Kinase C

Irie, K.; Ishii, T.; Ohigashi, H.; Wender, P. A.; Miller, B. L.; Takeda, N.

J. Org. Chem. 1996; 61: 2164.

Enantioselective autocatalysis. III. Configurational and conformational studies on a 1,4-benzodiazepinooxazole derivative.

Miller BL, Bonner WA

Origins of life and evolution of the biosphere : the journal of the International Society for the Study of the Origin of Life.. 1995 December 25 (6):539-47. Epub 1900 01 01.

Identification, activity, and structural studies of peptides incorporating the phorbol ester-binding domain of protein kinase C.

Wender PA, Irie K, Miller BL

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.. 1995 January 392 (1):239-43. Epub 1900 01 01.

Active Conformation of Tumor-Promoting (-)-Indolactam-V

Irie, K.; Koizumi, F.; Iwata, Y.; Ishii, T.; Yanai, Y.; Nakamura, Y.; Ohigashi, H.; Wender, P. A.; Miller, B. L.

Tennen Yuki Kagobutsu Toronkai Koen Yoshishu. 1995; 37: 25-30.

Synthesis and Binding of Photoaffinity Ligand Candidates for Protein Kinase C

Wender, P. A.; Irie, K.; Miller, B. L.

J Org Chem. 1993; 58: 4179.

Studies on DNA-cleaving agents: Computer modeling analysis of the mechanism of activation and cleavage of dynemicin-oligonucleotide complexes

Wender, P. A.; Kelly, R.; Beckham, S.; Miller, B. L.

Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 1991; 88: 8839.

Chiroptical Molecular Switch

Wender, P. A.; Miller, B. L.

Chemtracts. 1991; 4: 358.

Stereochemically Uniform Mode of Iron Carbonyl Complexation to Spirocyclic Isodicyclopentadienes

Paquette, L. A.; O'Doherty, G. A.; Miller, B. L.; Rogers, R. D.; Rheingold, A. L.; Geib, S. L.

Organometallics. 1989; 8: 2167.

Preparation of a Highly Functionalized Polystyrene-bound Tin Hydride

Miller, B. L.; Hershberger, J. W.

J. Poly. Sci. Poly. Lett. 1987; 25: 219.

Books

Optical Guided-wave Chemical and Biosensors II (2010)

Chapter: Nanostructured Silicon Optical Sensors

Authors: Miller, B. L.

Publisher: Springer-Verlag 2010

Dynamic Combinatorial Chemistry (2009)

Authors: Miller, B. L. (Ed.)

Publisher: Wiley & Sons 2009

Principles of Bacterial Detection: Biosensors, Recognition... (2008)

Chapter: Porous and Planar Silicon Technologies for Biomolecular Sensing

Authors: Mace, C. R.; Miller, B. L.

Publisher: Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany 2008

Biophotonics (2008)

Chapter: Biodetection using Silicon Photonic Crystal Microcavities

Authors: Fauchet, P. M.; Miller, B. L.; DeLouise, L. A.; Lee, M. R.; Ouyang, H.

Publisher: Springer-Verlag 2008

Smart Biosensor Technology (2007)

Chapter: Porous Silicon in Biosensing Applications

Authors: Miller, B.L.

Publisher: CRC Press 2007

Wiley Handbook of Drug Discovery (2005)

Chapter: Combinatorial Chemistry in the Drug Discovery Process.

Authors: Ross, N. T.; McNaughton, B. R.; Miller, B. L.

Publisher: Wiley, New York 2005

Strategies and Tactics in Organic Synthesis (2004)

Chapter: Development of General Synthetic Strategies Towards Oligocycloalkanes.

Authors: Bucholtz, K. M.; Miller, B. L.

Publisher: Wiley 2004

Encyclopedia of Nanotechnology (2004)

Chapter: Porous Silicon Microcavities for Biosensing Applications

Authors: Miller, B. L.; Fauchet, P. M.; Horner, S. R.; Chan, S.

Publisher: Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York 2004

Comprehensive Natural Products Chemistry (1998)

Chapter: Cloning as a Tool for Chemists

Authors: Pickert, J.D.; Miller, B.L.

Publisher: Elsevier Press 1998

Organic Synthesis: Theory and Applications (1993)

Chapter: Toward the Ideal Synthesis: Connectivity Analysis and Multibond-Forming Processes

Authors: Wender, P. A.; Miller, B. L.

Publisher: Elsevier Press 1993