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  1. Journal Article
    Dorre, K.; Stephan, J.; Lapczyna, M.; Stuke, M.; Dunkel, H.; Eigen, M.: Highly efficient single molecule detection in microstructures. Journal of Biotechnology 86, pp. (3 Special Issue SI), 225 - 236 (2001)
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    Koltermann, A.; Kettling, U.; Stephan, J.; Winkler, T.; Eigen, M.: Dual-color confocal fluorescence spectroscopy and its application in biotechnology. Fluorescence correlation Spectroscopy. Theory and Applications 65, pp. 187 - 203 (2001)
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    Brinkmeier, M.; Doerre, K.; Stephan, J.; Eigen, M.: Two-beam cross-correlation: A method to characterize transport phenomena in micrometer-sized structures. Analytical Chemistry 71, pp. 609 - 616 (1999)
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    Nickel, B.; Grellmann, K. H.; Stephan, J.; Walla, P. J.: Keto-enol tautomerism in the triplet state of hydroxyphenylbenzoxazoles in an alkane glass: Hydrogen tunneling and isotope effects down to 2 K. Berichte der Bunsen-Gesellschaft für Physikalische Chemie 102, pp. 436 - 447 (1998)
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    Grellmann, K. H.; Stephan, J.: On the kinetics of keto-enol tautomerizations, proton-catalysis, bimolecular double proton-transfer and tunnel-effects. Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society 210, pp. 83 - PHYS (1995)
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    Stephan, J.; Grellmann, K. H.: Photoisomerization of 2-(2'-hydroxyphenyl) benzoxazole formation and decay of the trans-keto tautomer in dry and in water containing 3-methylpentane. Journal of Physical Chemistry 99 (25), pp. 10066 - 10068 (1995)
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    Stephan, J.; Mordzinski, A.; Rodriguez, C. R.; Grellmann, K. H.: Photoisomerizations of the photochromic anil salicylidene-1-naphthylamine in 3-methylpentane. Chemical Physics Letters 229 (4-5), pp. 541 - 550 (1994)
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    Stephan, J.; Rodriguez, C. R.; Grellmann, K. H.; Zachariasse, K. A.: Flash-photolysis of 2-(2'-hydroxyphenyl)-3-H-indole. Ground-state keto-enol tautomerization by mutual hydrogen exchange and by proton catalysis. Chemical Physics 186 (2-3), pp. 435 - 446 (1994)
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