Moa Sandberg Wranne

Visiting Researcher at Chalmers, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Chemistry and Biochemistry

Moa Sandberg is a PhD student at the Division of Physical Chemistry since January 2013. Working in the Wilhelmsson group she is focusing her research on utilization of fluorescent base analogues in studies of DNA. The research will in addition to answering questions about DNA (conformations, interactions etc.) provide methods for effective utilization of the base analogs. This will contribute to a larger and more in depth understanding of DNA and its interactions.

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Showing 9 publications

2018

Pentacyclic adenine: A versatile and exceptionally bright fluorescent DNA base analogue

Mattias Bood, Anders Foller Füchtbauer, Moa Sandberg Wranne et al
Chemical Science. Vol. 9 (14), p. 3494-3502
Journal article
2018

Synthesis, oligonucleotide incorporation and fluorescence properties in DNA of a bicyclic thymine analogue

Christopher Lawson, Anders Foller Füchtbauer, Moa Sandberg Wranne et al
Scientific Reports. Vol. 8 (1)
Journal article
2017

Fluorescent nucleobase analogues for base-base FRET in nucleic acids: Synthesis, photophysics and applications

Mattias Bood, Sangamesh Sarangamath, Moa Sandberg Wranne et al
Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry. Vol. 14, p. 114-129
Review article
2017

Toward Complete Sequence Flexibility of Nucleic Acid Base Analogue FRET

Moa Sandberg Wranne, Anders Foller Füchtbauer, Blaise Dumat et al
Journal of the American Chemical Society. Vol. 139 (27), p. 9271-9280
Journal article
2015

Steady-state and time-resolved Thioflavin-T fluorescence can report on morphological differences in amyloid fibrils formed by A beta(1-40) and A beta(1-42)

David Lindberg, Moa Sandberg Wranne, Melina Gilbert Gatty et al
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. Vol. 458 (2), p. 418-423
Journal article
2015

Development of bright fluorescent quadracyclic adenine analogues: TDDFT-calculation supported rational design

Anders Foller Füchtbauer, Blaise Dumat, Moa Sandberg Wranne et al
Scientific Reports. Vol. 5, p. art. no. 12653-
Journal article
2015

Second-Generation Fluorescent Quadracyclic Adenine Analogues: Environment-Responsive Probes with Enhanced Brightness

Blaise Dumat, Mattias Bood, Moa Sandberg Wranne et al
Chemistry - A European Journal. Vol. 21 (10), p. 4039-4048
Journal article

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