BIOTECHNOLOGY LAW BLOG:
- Contributor to www.BiologicsBlog.com
- Co-Author, “Biobetters: The Advantages and Challenges of Being Better,”Bloomberg BNA Life Sciences Law & Industry Report (June 26, 2015)
- “Patent Protection and Green Chemistry Innovation,” in Green Chemistry Strategies for Drug Discovery 262 (Emily A. Peterson & Julie B. Manley eds., June 25, 2015)
- Co-Author, “Mayo Test Dooms Breakthrough Biotech Invention,” Law360 (June 17, 2015)
- Note, "How the Establishment Clause Can Influence Substantive Due Process: Adultery Bans After Lawrence," 79 Fordham L. Rev. 605 (2010).
- Evans, A. S. et al., "Photogeneration and Reactivity of Acyl Nitroso Compounds," Canadian Journal of Chemistry, 89:130-138 (2011)
- Fry, H. C. et al., "Photoinduced Carbon Monoxide Migration in a Synthetic Heme-Copper Complex," Journal of the American Chemical Society, 127:6225-6230 (2005)
- Cohen, A. D. et al., "The Mechanism of Photoinduced Acylation of Amines by N-Acyl-5,7-dinitroindoline as Determined by Time-Resolved Infrared Spectroscopy," Organic Letters, 7:2845-2848 (2005)
- Cohen, A. D et al., "Time-Resolved IR Detection and Study of an Iminooxirane Intermediate," Organic Letters, 6:401-403 (2004); Pavlos, C. M. et al., "Photochemistry of 1-(N,N-Diethylamino) diazen-1-ium-1,2-diolate: An Experimental and Computational Investigation," Journal of the American Chemical Society, 125:14934-14940 (2003)
- Cohen, A. D. et al., "Direct Observation of an Acyl Nitroso Species in Solution by Time-Resolved IR Spectrocopy," Journal of the American Chemical Society, 125:1444-1445 (2003)
- Cohen, A. D. et al., "Time-resolved IR studies of cyclic enone triplet excited states and their reactions with alkenes," Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 5:1059-1063 (2003)
- Bradley, A. Z. et al., "Photolysis of naphthocarborane and benzocarborane in oxygen," Tetrahedron Letters 41:8695-8698 (2000).
- U.S. Patent No. 8,030,356 B2, “N-hydroxylsulfonamide derivatives as new physiologically useful nitroxyl donors.”
- U.S. Patent No. 8,227,639 B2, “N-hydroxylsulfonamide derivatives as new physiologically useful nitroxyl donors.”
- U.S. Patent No. 8,674,132 B2, “N-hydroxylsulfonamide derivatives as new physiologically useful nitroxyl donors."