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Knauf, P.A., Law, F.Y., and Hahn, K.M.  An oxonol dye is the most potent known inhibitor of band 3-mediated anion exchangeAm. J. Physiol. (Cell Physiol.), C1073-C1077, 1995. Online article | PDF

Hahn, K.M., Conrad, P.A., Chao, J., Taylor, D.L., and Waggoner, A.S.  A photocross-linking, fluorescent indicator of mitochondrial membrane potential.  J. Histochem. Cytochem., 41: 631-634, 1993. Online article | PDF

Hahn, K.M., Hastie, S.B. and Sundberg, R.J. Synthesis and evaluation of 2 diazo 3,3,3 trifluoropropanoyl derivatives of colchicine and podophyllotoxin as photoaffinity labels: reactivity, photochemistry, and tubulin binding. Photochem. Photobiol., 55: 17-27, 1992. Online article | PDF

Hahn, K.M. and Southwick, P.L. A stable diazo photoaffinity label with increased absorptivity and effective photoactivation beyond 300 nm. Anal. Biochem., 196: 271-278, 1991. Online article | PDF

Hahn, K.M., Humphries, W.G., Helms, A.M., Hastie, S.B. and Macdonald, T.L. Structural requirements for the binding of colchicine analogs to tubulin: the role of the C-10 substituent. Biomed. Chem. Lett., 1: 471-476, 1991. PDF

Hahn, K.M., Waggoner A.S., and Taylor, D.L. A calcium-sensitive fluorescent analog of calmodulin based on a novel calmodulin- binding fluorophore. J. Biol. Chem., 265: 20335-20345, 1990. Online article | PDF

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