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    Bucevicius, J.; Keller-Findeisen, J.; Gilat, T.; Hell, S. W.; Lukinavicius, G.: Rhodamine-Hoechst positional isomers for highly efficient staining of heterochromatin. Chemical Science 10 (7), pp. 1962 - 1970 (2019)
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    Butkevich, A.; Bossi, M. L.; Lukinavicius, G.; Hell, S. W.: Triarylmethane fluorophores resistant to oxidative photobluing. Journal of the American Chemical Society 141 (2), pp. 981 - 989 (2019)
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    Bucevicius, J.; Lukinavicius, G.; Gerasimaite, R.: The use of Hoechst dyes for DNA staining and beyond. Chemosensors 6 (2) (2018)
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    Lukinavicius, G.; Mitronova, G.; Schnorrenberg, S.; Butkevich, A.; Barthel, H.; Belov, V. N.; Hell, S. W.: Fluorescent dyes and probes for super-resolution microscopy of microtubules and tracheoles in living cells and tissues. Chemical Science 9 (13), pp. 3324 - 3334 (2018)
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    Mitronova, G.; Lukinavicius, G.; Butkevich, A.; Kohl, T.; Belov, V. N.; Lehnart, S. E.; Hell, S. W.: High-affinity functional fluorescent ligands for human β-adrenoceptors. Scientific Reports 7 (2017)
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    Butkevich, A.; Lukinavicius, G.; D'Este, E.; Hell, S. W.: Cell-permeant large stokes shift dyes for transfection-free multicolor nanoscopy. Journal of the American Chemical Society 139 (36), pp. 12378 - 12381 (2017)
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    Lukinavicius, G.; Reymond, L.; Umezawa, K.; Sallin, O.; D'Este, E.; Göttfert, F.; Ta, H.; Hell, S. W.; Urano, Y.; Johnsson, K.: Fluorogenic probes for multicolor imaging in living cells. Journal of the American Chemical Society 138 (30), pp. 9365 - 9368 (2016)
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    Lukinavicius, G.; Blaukopf, C.; Pershagen, E.; Schena, A.; Reymond, L.; Derivery, E.; Gonzalez-Gaitan, M.; D'Este, E.; Hell, S. W.; Gerlich, D. W. et al.; Johnsson, K.: SiR–Hoechst is a far-red DNA stain for live-cell nanoscopy. Nature Communications 6 (2015)
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    Lukinavicius, G.; Johnsson, K.: Fluorescence microscopy: Strategic blinking. Nature Chemistry 6 (8), pp. 663 - 664 (2014)
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    Lukinavicius, G.; Reymond, L.; D'Este, E.; Masharina, A.; Göttfert, F.; Ta, H.; Guether, A.; Fournier, M.; Rizzo, S.; Waldmann, H. et al.; Blaukopf, C.; Sommer, C.; Gerlich, D. W.; Arndt, H. D.; Hell, S. W.; Johnsson, K.: Fluorogenic probes for live-cell imaging of the cytoskeleton. Nature Methods 11 (7), pp. 731 - 733 (2014)
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    Carlini, L.; Benke, A.; Reymond, L.; Lukinavicius, G.; Manley, S.: Reduced dyes enhance single-molecule localization density for live superresolution imaging. ChemPhysChem 15 (4) (2014)
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    Schoonderwoert, V.; Dijkstra, R.; Lukinavicius, G.; Kobler, O.: Huygens STED deconvolution increases signal-to-noise and image resolution towards 22 nm. Microscopy Today 21 (6), pp. 38 - 44 (2013)
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    Lukinavicius, G.; Lavogina, D.; Gönczy, P.; Johnsson, K.: Commercial Cdk1 antibodies recognize the centrosomal protein Cep152. BioTechniques 55 (3), pp. 111 - 114 (2013)
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    Lukinavicius, G.; Lavogina, D.; Orpinell, M.; Umezawa, K.; Reymond, L.; Garin, N.; Gönczy, P.; Johnsson, K.: Selective chemical crosslinking reveals a Cep57-Cep63-Cep152 centrosomal complex. Current Biology 23 (4), pp. 265 - 270 (2013)
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    Lukinavicius, G.; Umezawa, K.; Olivier, N.; Honigmann, A.; Yang, G.; Plass, T.; Müller, V.; Reymond, L.; Correa Jr., I. R.; Luo, Z. G. et al.; Schultz, C.; Lemke, E. A.; Heppenstall, P.; Eggeling, C.; Manley, S.; Johnsson, K.: A near-infrared fluorophore for live-cell super-resolution microscopy of cellular proteins. Nature Chemistry 5 (2), pp. 132 - 139 (2013)
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    Correa, I. R.; Baker, B.; Zhang, A.; Sun, L.; Provost, C. R.; Lukinavicius, G.; Reymond, L.; Johnsson, K.; Xu, M. Q.: Substrates for improved live-cell fluorescence labeling of SNAP-tag. Current Pharmaceutical Design 19 (30), pp. 5414 - 5420 (2013)
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    Lukinavicius, G.; Tomkuvienė, M.; Masevičius, V.; Klimašauskas, S.: Enhanced chemical stability of adomet analogues for improved methyltransferase-directed labeling of DNA. ACS Chemical Biology 8 (6), pp. 1134 - 1139 (2013)
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    Lukinavicius, G.; Lapinaitė, A.; Urbanavičiūtė, G.; Gerasimaitė, R.; Klimašauskas, S.: Engineering the DNA cytosine-5 methyltransferase reaction for sequence-specific labeling of DNA. Nucleic Acids Research 40 (22), pp. 11594 - 11602 (2012)
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    Lukinavicius, G.; Johnsson, K.: Switchable fluorophores for protein labeling in living cells. Current Opinion in Chemical Biology 15 (6), pp. 768 - 774 (2011)
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    Reymond, L.; Lukinavicius, G.; Umezawa, K.; Maurel, D.; Brun, M. A.; Masharina, A.; Bojkowska, K.; Mollwitz, B.; Schena, A.; Griss, R. et al.; Johnsson, K.: Visualizing biochemical activities in living cells through chemistry. Chimia 65 (11), pp. 868 - 871 (2011)
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