Über den Autor
Dr. Chris D. Geddes, Ph.D., Professor, has extensive experience in fluorescence spectroscopy, particularly in fluorescence sensing and metal-fluorophore interactions (Metal-Enhanced Fluorescence), publishing over 190 papers and 18 books. Dr. Geddes is internationally known in fluorescence. He is the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Fluorescence and founding editor of the Who's Who in Fluorescence and Annual Reviews in Fluorescence volumes. In addition, due to the labs pioneering efforts in the fields of metallic nanoparticle-fluorophore interactions, Dr. Geddes recently launched a new Springer Journal, Plasmonics, as well as a new annual hard bound book series Annual Reviews in Plasmonics. Dr. Geddes is Director of the Institute of Fluorescence, within the Medical Biotechnology Center which focuses on the nano-bio-technological applications of fluorescence. Dr. Geddes is currently the chair of 1 NIH study section, a frequent member of the NIBIB special emphasis sensing panels and a permanent member of the NIH EBT study section.
Fluorescence Anisotropy to Study the Preferential Orientation of Fluorophores in Ordered Bi-Dimensional Systems: Rhodamine 6G/Laponite Layered Films.- Room Temperature Tryptophan Phosphorescence of Proteins in the Composition of Biological Membranes and Solutions.- Rational Design of FRET-Based Sensor Proteins.- Fluorescence Imaging of Calcium Loading and Mitochondrial Depolarization in Cancer Cells Exposed to Heat Stress.- Energy Transfer in Silica Nanoparticles: An Essential Tool for the Amplification of the Fluorescence Signal.- Spectroscopic Characterization of Plasma - Chemically Functionalized and Fluorophore-Labeled Polymer Surfaces.- Fluorescent Labeling and Its Effect on Hybridization of Oligodeoxyribonucleotides.- New Method for Determining Histamine Rate in Halieutic Products.- Spectroscopy of DNA-Actinomycin Complexes.- Fluorescence Spectroscopy in Optoelectronics, Photomedicine, and Investigation of Biomolecular Systems.- Multicolor Imaging with Fluorescent Proteins in Mice.- Genetically Encoded Fluorescent and Bioluminescent Probes for Illuminating Cellular Signaling Pathways.- Fluorescent Protein FRET Applications.- Imaging Protein Interactions in Living Cells Using the Fluorescent Proteins.- Engineering Green Fluorescent Proteins Using an Expanded Genetic Code.- Fluorescent Proteins in Transgenic Plants.- Peptide Foldamers: From Spectroscopic Studies to Applications.- Circularly Polarized Luminescence (CPL) of Proteins and Protein Complexes.- New Dual Fluorescent Dyes Based on Modified "Excited State with Extended Conjunction" Photophysical Model.- Erratum.