42. Boggess, S. C.; Gandhi, S. S.; Siemons, B. A.; Huebsch, N.; Healy, K. E.; Miller, E. W.; “New Molecular Scaffolds for Fluorescent Voltage Indicators.” ChemRxiv. 2018, Preprint. DOI: 10.36434/chemrxiv.7338683.v1. [pdf] [html]


41. Grenier, V.; Daws, B. R.; Liu, P; Miller, E. W.; Spying on neuronal membrane potential with genetically tar-getable voltage indicators. ChemRxiv. 2018, Preprint. DOI: 10.26434/chemrxiv.7313657.v1. [pdf] [html]


40. Kulkarni, R. U.; Vandenberghe, M.; Thunemann, M.; James, F.; Andreassen, O. A.; Djurovic, S.; Devor, A.; Miller, E. W.; In Vivo Two-Photon Voltage Imaging with Sulfonated Rhodamine Dyes. ACS Cent Sci. 2018, 4,1371-1378. DOI: 10.1021/acscentsci.8b00422. [pdf] [html]

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39. McNamara H. M.; Dodson, S.; Huang, Y. L.; Miller, E. W.; Sandstede, B.; Cohen, A. E.; Geometry-Dependent Arrhythmias in Electrically Excitable Tissues. Cell Syst., 2018, 7, 359-370.e6. DOI: 10.1016/j.cels.2018.08.013. [pdf] [html]

38. Adil, M. M.; Gaj, T.; Rao, A. T.; Kulkarni, R. U.; Fuentes, C. M.; Ramadoss, G. N.; Ekman, F. K.; Miller, E. W.; Schaffer, D. V.; hPSC-Derived Striatal Cells Generated Using a Scalable 3D Hydrogel Promote Recovery in a Huntington Disease Mouse Model. Stem Cell Reports, 2018, 10, 1481. DOI: 10.1016/j.stemcr.2018.03.007. [pdf] [html]

37. Contractor, A. A. and Miller, E. W.; Imaging Ca2+ with a Fluorescent Rhodol. Biochemistry, 2018, 57, 237-40. DOI: 10.1021/acs.biochm.7b01050. [pdf] [html]

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36. Liu, P; Grenier, V.; Hong, W.; Muller, V. R.; Miller, E. W.; "Fluorogenic Targeting of Voltage-Sensitive Dyes to Neurons", J Am Chem Soc2017, 139, 17334-40. DOI: 10.1021/jacs.7b07047. [pdf] [html]

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35. McKeithan, W. L.; Savchenko, A; Yu, M. S.; Cerignoli, F.; Bruyneel, A. A. N.; Price, J. H.; Colas, A. R.; Miller, E. W.; Cashman, J. R.; Mercola, M.; An Automated Platform for Assessment of Congenital and Drug-Induced Arrhythmia with hiPSC-Derived Cardiomyocytes. Front Physiol 2017, 8, 766. DOI: 10.3389/fphys.2017.00766. [pdf] [html]

34. Kulkarni, R. U.; Miller, E. W.; "Voltage Imaging: Pitfalls and Potential." Biochemistry, 2017, 56, 5171-7. DOI: 10.1021/acs.biochem.7b00490 [pdf] [html]


33. Rodrigues, G. M. C.; Gaj, T.; Adil, M. M.; Wahba, J.; Rao, A. T.; Lorbeer, F. K.; Kulkarni, R. U.; Diogo, M. M.; Cabral, J. M. S.; Miller, E. W.; Hockemeyer, D.; Schaffer, D. V., "Defined and Scalable Differentiation of Human Oligodendrocyte Precursors from Pluripotent Stem Cells in a 3D Culture System" Stem Cell Reports2017, 8, 1770-83. DOI: 2017.10.1016/j.stemcr.2017.04.027 [pdf] [html]

32. Adil, M. M.; Vazin, T.; Ananthanarayanan B.; Rodrigues, G. M. C.; Rao, A. T.; Kulkarni, R. U.; Miller, E. W.; Kumar, S.; Schaffer, D. V.; "Engineered hydrogels increase the post-transplantation survival of encapsulated hESC-derived midbrain dopaminergic neurons," Biomaterials, 2017, 136, 1-11. DOI: 10.1016/j.biomaterials.2017.05.008. [pdf] [html]

31. *Knight, A. S.; *Kulkarni, R. U.; Zhou, E. Y.; Franke, J. M.; Miller, E. W.; Francis, M. B.; "A modular platform to develop peptoid-based selective fluorescent metal sensors," Chem Commun2017, 53, 3477-80. DOI: 10.1039/c7cc00931c. [pdf] [html]

30. *Kulkarni, R. U.; *Kramer, D. J.; Pourmandi, N.; Karbasi, K.; Bateup, H. S.; Miller, E. W.; “Voltage-sensitive rhodol with enhanced two-photon brightness,” Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 2017, 114 (11), 2813-8. DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1610791114. [pdf] [html]

Featured as a "Spotlight" in the April 2017 issue of ACS Chemical Biology. [html]

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29. Adil, M. M.; Rodrigues, G. M. C.; Kulkarni, R. U.; Rao, A. T.; Chernavsky, N. E.; Miller, E. W.; Schaffer, D. V.; "Efficient generation of hPSC-derived midbrain dopaminergic neurons in a fully defined, scalable, 3D biomaterial platform." Sci Reports 2017, 7, 40573. DOI: 10.1038/srep40573. [pdf] [html]

28. Kulkarni, R. U.; Yin, H.; Pourmandi, N.; James, F.; Adil, M. M.; Schaffer, D. V.; Wang, Y.; Miller, E. W.; “A Rationally Designed, General Strategy for Membrane Orientation of Photoinduced Electron Transfer-Based Voltage-Sensitive Dyes.” ACS Chem Biol 2017, 12 (2), 407-13. DOI: 10.1021/acschembio.6b00981. [pdf] [html]


27.    Deal, P. E., Kulkarni, R. U., Al-Abdullatif, S. H., Miller, E. W., Isomerically pure tetramethylrhodamine voltage reporters. J Am Chem Soc 2016, 138 (29), 9085-8. DOI: 10.1021/jacs.6b05672. [pdf] [html]

featured as a "spotlight" in the August 24, 2016 issue of jacs. [html]


26.       Miller, E. W ., Small molecule fluorescent voltage indicators for studying membrane potential. Curr Opin Chem Biol2016, 33, 74-80. DOI: 10.1016/j.cbpa.2016.06.003. [pdf] [html]

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25.       Grenier, V.; Walker, A. S.; Miller, E. W., A small-molecule photoactivatable optical sensor of transmembrane potential. J Am Chem Soc 2015, 137 (34), 10894-7. DOI: 10.1021/jacs.5b05538. [pdf] [html]

highlighted in Nature Methods editorial (Oct. 2015). [html]


24.       Huang, Y. L.; Walker, A. S.; Miller, E. W., A Photostable Silicon Rhodamine Platform for Optical Voltage Sensing. J Am Chem Soc 2015, 137 (33), 10767-76.  DOI: 10.1021/jacs.5b06644.  [pdf] [html]

selected as a "spotlight" publication for the Aug. 26, 2015 issue of jacs. [html]


23.       Miller, E. W., Chemical biologists rush to San Francisco for the ICBS. Nat Chem Biol 2015, 11, 91. [pdf] [html]

22.       Rubinstein, N.; Liu, P.; Miller, E. W.; Weinstain, R., meso-Methylhydroxy BODIPY: a scaffold for photo-labile protecting groups. Chem Commun 2015, 51, 6369. [pdf] [html]


21.       Woodford, C. R.; Frady, E. P.; Smith, R. S.; Morey, B.; Canzi, G.; Palida, S. F.; Araneda, R. C.; Kristan, W. B., Jr.; Kubiak, C. P.; *Miller, E. W.; *Tsien, R. Y., Improved PeT Molecules for Optically Sensing Voltage in Neurons. J Am Chem Soc 2015, 137, 1817. [pdf] [html]


20.         Dolensek, J.; Stozer, A.; Skelin Klemen, M.; Miller, E. W.; Slak Rupnik, M., The relationship between membrane potential and calcium dynamics in glucose-stimulated beta cell syncytium in acute mouse pancreas tissue slices. PLoS One 2013, 8, e82374. [pdf] [html]

19.         Moshtagh-Khorasani, M.; Miller, E. W.; Torre, V., The spontaneous electrical activity of neurons in leech ganglia. Physiol Rep 2013, 1, e00089. [pdf] [html]

18.         Miller, E. W.; Lin, J. Y.; Frady, E. P.; Steinbach, P. A.; Kristan, W. B.; Tsien, R. Y., Optically monitoring voltage in neurons by photo-induced electron transfer through molecular wires. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2012, 109 (6), 2114-2119. [pdf] [html]

17.         Dodani, S. C.; Domaille, D. W.; Nam, C. I.; Miller, E. W.; Finney, L. A.; Vogt, S.; Chang, C. J., Calcium-dependent copper redistributions in neuronal cells revealed by a fluorescent copper sensor and X-ray fluorescence microscopy. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2011, 108 (15), 5980-5. [pdf] [html]

16.         Miller, E. W.; Taulet, N.; Onak, C. S.; New, E. J.; Lanselle, J. K.; Smelick, G. S.; Chang, C. J., Light-Activated Regulation of Cofilin Dynamics Using a Photocaged Hydrogen Peroxide Generator. J Am Chem Soc 2010. [pdf] [html]

15.         Miller, E. W.; Dickinson, B. C.; Chang, C. J., Aquaporin-3 mediates hydrogen peroxide uptake to regulate downstream intracellular signaling. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2010, 107 (36), 15681-6. [pdf] [html]

14.         Cheng, W. Y.; Tong, H.; Miller, E. W.; Chang, C. J.; Remington, J.; Zucker, R. M.; Bromberg, P. A.; Samet, J. M.; Hofer, T. P., An integrated imaging approach to the study of oxidative stress generation by mitochondrial dysfunction in living cells. Environ Health Perspect 2010, 118 (7), 902-8. [pdf]

13.         Bao, L.; Avshalumov, M. V.; Patel, J. C.; Lee, C. R.; Miller, E. W.; Chang, C. J.; Rice, M. E., Mitochondria are the source of hydrogen peroxide for dynamic brain-cell signaling. J Neurosci 2009, 29 (28), 9002-10. [pdf] [html]

12.         Srikun, D.; Miller, E. W.; Domaille, D. W.; Chang, C. J., An ICT-based approach to ratiometric fluorescence imaging of hydrogen peroxide produced in living cells. J Am Chem Soc 2008, 130 (14), 4596-7. [pdf] [html]

11.         Miller, E. W.; He, Q.; Chang, C. J., Preparation and use of Leadfluor-1, a synthetic fluorophore for live-cell lead imaging. Nat Protoc 2008, 3 (5), 777-83. [pdf] [html]

10.         Albers, A. E.; Dickinson, B. C.; Miller, E. W.; Chang, C. J., A red-emitting naphthofluorescein-based fluorescent probe for selective detection of hydrogen peroxide in living cells. Bioorg Med Chem Lett 2008, 18 (22), 5948-50. [pdf] [html]

9.       Yoon, S.; Miller, E. W.; He, Q.; Do, P. H.; Chang, C. J., A bright and specific fluorescent sensor for mercury in water, cells, and tissue. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl 2007, 46 (35), 6658-61. [pdf] [html]

8.       Miller, E. W.; Tulyathan, O.; Isacoff, E. Y.; Chang, C. J., Molecular imaging of hydrogen peroxide produced for cell signaling. Nat Chem Biol 2007, 3 (5), 263-7. [pdf] [html]

7.       Miller, E. W.; Chang, C. J., Fluorescent probes for nitric oxide and hydrogen peroxide in cell signaling. Curr Opin Chem Biol 2007, 11 (6), 620-5. [pdf] [html]

6.       Miller, E. W.; Bian, S. X.; Chang, C. J., A fluorescent sensor for imaging reversible redox cycles in living cells. J Am Chem Soc 2007, 129 (12), 3458-9. [pdf] [html]

5.       Zeng, L.; Miller, E. W.; Pralle, A.; Isacoff, E. Y.; Chang, C. J., A selective turn-on fluorescent sensor for imaging copper in living cells. J Am Chem Soc 2006, 128 (1), 10-1. [pdf] [html]

4.       Miller, E. W.; Zeng, L.; Domaille, D. W.; Chang, C. J., Preparation and use of Coppersensor-1, a synthetic fluorophore for live-cell copper imaging. Nat Protoc 2006, 1 (2), 824-7. [pdf]

3.       He, Q.; Miller, E. W.; Wong, A. P.; Chang, C. J., A selective fluorescent sensor for detecting lead in living cells. J Am Chem Soc 2006, 128 (29), 9316-7. [pdf] [html]

2.       Miller, E. W.; Albers, A. E.; Pralle, A.; Isacoff, E. Y.; Chang, C. J., Boronate-based fluorescent probes for imaging cellular hydrogen peroxide. J Am Chem Soc 2005, 127 (47), 16652-9. [pdf] [html]

1.       Heasley, V. L.; Fisher, A. M.; Herman, E. E.; Jacobsen, F. E.; Miller, E. W.; Ramirez, A. M.; Royer, N. R.; Whisenand, J. M.; Zoetewey, D. L.; Shellhamer, D. F., Investigations of the reactions of monochloramine and dichloramine with selected phenols: examination of humic acid models and water contaminants. Environ Sci Technol 2004, 38 (19), 5022-9. [pdf]