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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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Dellagiacoma , C.; Lukinavicius, G.; Boccio, N.; Banala, S.; Geissbühler, S.; Märki, I.; Johnsson, K.; Lasser, T.: Targeted photoswitchable probe for nanoscopy of biological structures. ChemBioChem 11 (10), pp. 1361 - 1363 (2010)
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Liutkevičiūtė, Z.; Lukinavicius, G.; Masevičius, V.; Daujotytė, D.; Klimašauskas, S.: Cytosine-5-methyltransferases add aldehydes to DNA. Nature Chemical Biology 5 (6), pp. 400 - 402 (2009)
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Gautier, A.; Nakata, E.; Lukinavicius, G.; Tan, K. T.; Johnsson, K.: Selective cross-linking of interacting proteins using self-labeling tags. Journal of the American Chemical Society 131 (49), pp. 17954 - 17962 (2009)
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Klimasauskas, S.; Lukinavicius, G.: Chemistry of AdoMet‐dependent methyltransferases. Wiley Encyclopedia of Chemical Biology (2008)
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Lukinavicius, G.; Lapienė, V.; Staševskij, Z.; Dalhoff, C.; Weinhold, E.; Klimašauskas, S.: Targeted labeling of DNA by methyltransferase-directed transfer of activated groups (mTAG). Journal of the American Chemical Society 129 (10), pp. 2758 - 2759 (2007)
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Dalhoff, C.; Lukinavicius, G.; Klimas̆auskas , S.; Weinhold, E.: Direct transfer of extended groups from synthetic cofactors by DNA methyltransferases. Nature Chemical Biology 2, pp. 31 - 32 (2006)
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Dalhoff, C.; Lukinavicius, G.; Klimašauskas, S.; Weinhold, E.: Synthesis of S-adenosyl-L-methionine analogs and their use for sequence-specific transalkylation of DNA by methyltransferases. Nature Protocols 1, pp. 1879 - 1886 (2006)

Book Chapter (1)

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Book Chapter
Lukinavicius, G.; Reymond, L.; Johnsson, K.: Fluorescent labeling of SNAP-tagged proteins in cells. In: Site-Specific Protein Labeling, pp. 107 - 118 (Eds. Gautier, A.; Hinner, M. J.). Springer Nature, New York, N.Y. (2015)

Conference Paper (1)

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Conference Paper
Butkevich, A.; Sednev, M. V.; Lukinavicius, G.; Shojaei, H.; d'Este, E.; Belov, V. N.; Hell, S. W.: Large Stokes shift fluorescent dyes based on 9-amino- and 9-phosphonylpyronin scaffolds and their use in bioimaging applications. 256th National Meeting and Exposition of the American-Chemical-Society (ACS) - Nanoscience, Nanotechnology and Beyond, Boston, MA, August 19, 2018 - August 23, 2018. American Chemical Society 256, 256, (2018)

Editorial (1)

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Editorial
Chen, Z.; Lukinavicius, G.: Fluorescent probes for live cell imaging. Chemosensors 6 (3), p. 41 - 41 (2018)

Patent (2)

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Patent
Umezawa, K.; Lukinavicius, G.; Johnsson, K.: Cell permeable fluorescent dye. WO 2013/029650 A1 (2013)
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Patent
Weinhold, E.; Dalhoff, S.; Klimasauskas, S.; Lukinavicius, G.: New S-adenosyl-L-methionine analogs with extended activated groups for transfer by methyltransferases. WO002006108678A2 (2006)
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