updated September 2021

45- ” Revisiting the conformational analysis of unsaturated organic compounds using the bent bond / antiperiplanar hypothesis“, G. Deslongchamps, N. Vatcher, P. Deslongchamps, Tetrahedron, 202192, 132249-132256.

44- “Bent Bond/Antiperiplanar Hypothesis and the Chemical Reactivity of Annulenes“, G. Deslongchamps, P. Deslongchamps, J. Org. Chem., 2020, 85, 8645-8655.

43- “Bent Bond/Antiperiplanar Hypothesis: Modulating the Reactivity and the Selectivity in the Glycosylation of Bicyclic Pyranoside Models”, J.-F. Parent, G. Deslongchamps, P. Deslongchamps, J. Org. Chem., 202085, 4220-4236.

42- “Matrix metalloproteinase 13 activity is required for normal and hypoxia-induced precocious hatching in zebrafish embryos“, C. D. Small, M. el-Khoury, G. Deslongchamps, T. J. Benfey, B. D. Crawford, J. Dev. Biol., 2020, 8, 3-19.

41- “Applying the bent bond / antiperiplanar hypothesis to the stereoselective glycosylation of bicyclic furanosides“, J.-F. Parent, X. Bertrand, G. Deslongchamps, P. Deslongchamps, . J. Org. Chem., 202085, 758-773.

40- “Thermal Rearrangement of Optically Active Tetradeuterated 2-methoxymethyl-methylenecyclopropane and the Bent Bond / Antiperiplanar Hypothesis“, G. Deslongchamps, P. Deslongchamps, Org. Biomol. Chem.2019, 17, 7007-7012.

39- “Bent Bonds and the Antiperiplanar Hypothesis. A Model To Account for Sigmatropic [1,n ]Hydrogen Shifts”, G. Deslongchamps, P. Deslongchamps, J. Org. Chem.201883, 10383-10388.

38- “Bent Bonds (τ) and the Antiperiplanar Hypothesis—The Chemistry of Cyclooctatetraene and Other C8H8 Isomers”, G. Deslongchamps, P. Deslongchamps, J. Org. Chem.201883, 5751-5755.

37- “Bent bonds and the antiperiplanar hypothesis – A simple model to rationalize 1,3-sigmatropic alkyl shifts”, G. Deslongchamps, P. Deslongchamps, Org. Biomol. Chem.201614, 7754-7767.

Spatial ability and learning from visualizations in STEM disciplines” in “Space in Mind: Concepts and Ontologies for Spatial Education”, Hinze, S.R., Williams, V.M., Shultz, M.J., Deslongchamps, G., Williamson, K.C., & Rapp, D.N.; D. Montello, K. Grossner, D. Janelle Eds., MIT Press,  2014. Chap. 5, pp. 99-118, ISBN: 9780262028295

36- “Corrigendum: “Crystallographic Snapshot of an Arrested Intermediate in the Biomimetic Activation of CO2” S.L. Ackermann, D.J. Wolstenholme, C. Frazee, G. Deslongchamps, A. Decken, S.H.M. Riley, G.S. McGrady, Angew. Chem Int. Ed.201554, 164-168.

35- “Crystallographic Snapshot of an Arrested Intermediate in the Biomimetic Activation of CO2” S. L. Ackermann, D. J. Wolstenholme, C. Frazee, G Deslongchamps, S. H. M. Riley, A. Decken and G. S. McGrady Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl., 201554, 164-168.

34- “Textbook treatments of electrostatic potential maps in general and organic chemistry” Hinze, S. R., Williamson, V. M., Deslongchamps, G., Shultz, M. J., Williamson, K. C., & Rapp, D. N. J. Chem. Educ.201390(10), 1275-1281.

33- “Bent bonds and the antiperiplanar hypothesis as a simple model to predict Diels-Alder reactivity: Retrospective or Perspective?“, G. Deslongchamps, P. Deslongchamps Tetrahedron2013, 69, 6022-6033.

32- “When do spatial abilities support student comprehension of STEM visualizations?“ Hinze, S. R., Williamson, V. M., Shultz, M. J., Williamson, K. C., Deslongchamps, G., & Rapp, D. N.  Cognitive Processing – The International Quarterly of Cognitive Science201314, 129-142.

31- “Beyond the ball-and-stick: Students’ processing of novel STEM visualizations”, S. R. Hinze, D. N. Rapp, V. M. Williamson, M. J. Shultz, G. Deslongchamps, K. C. Williamson, Learning & Instruction, 201326, 12-21.

30- “Identifying Student Use of Ball-and-Stick Images versus Electrostatic Potential Map Images via Eye Tracking” Williamson, V. M., Hegarty, M., Deslongchamps, G., Williamson, K. C., Shultz, M. J. J. Chem. Educ.201390, 159-164.

29- “Bent bonds, the antiperiplanar hypothesis and the theory of resonance. A simple model to understand reactivity in organic chemistry”, G. Deslongchamps, P. Deslongchamps,Org. Biomol. Chem.20119, 5321-5333.

28- “Identifying Representational Competence with Multi-Representational Displays”, M. Stieff, M. Hegarty, G. Deslongchamps, Cognition & Instruction201129(1), 123-145.

27-“PostDock: A Novel Visualization Tool for the Analysis of Molecular Docking”, E. A. Wiley, G. Deslongchamps, Computing and Visualization in Science200912, 1-7.

26-“Reverse-docking study of the organocatalyzed asymmetric Strecker hydrocyanation of aldimines and ketimines”, D. J. Harriman, G. F. Deleavey, A. Lambropoulos, G. Deslongchamps, Tetrahedron.200763, 13032-13038.

25-“In silico correlation of enantioselectivity for the TADDOL catalyzed asymmetric hetero-Diels-Alder reaction”, D.J. Harriman, A. Lambropoulos, G. Deslongchamps, Tetrahedron Lett.200748, 689-692.

24-“LGA-Dock/EM-Dock: Exploring Lamarckian genetic algorithms and energy-based local search for ligand-receptor docking”, E. A. Wiley, M. MacDonald, A. Lambropoulos, D.J. Harriman, G. Deslongchamps, Can. J. Chem., 200684, 1-8.

23- “Reverse-Docking Study of the TADDOL Catalyzed Asymmetric Hetero-Diels-Alder Reaction”, D. J. Harriman, G. Deslongchamps, J. Mol. Model.200612, 793-797.

22- “Reverse-docking as a computational tool for the study of asymmetric organocatalysis”, D.J. Harriman, G. Deslongchamps, J. Comput.-Aided Mol. Design.200418, 303-308.

21- “Dual Binding Mode of Methylmethanetriacetic Acid to Tripodal Amidopyridine Receptors”, P. Ballester*, M. Capó, A. Costa, P.M. Deyà, R. Gomila, A. Decken and G. Deslongchamps, J. Org. Chem.200267, 8832-8841.

20- “Selective Binding of cis-1,3,5-Cyclohexane Tricarboxylic Acid vs Its Epimeric trans Isomer by a Triamidopyridine Receptor; Crystal Structures of the 1:1 Complexes” Ballester, P., Capó, M., Costa, A., Deyà, P. M., Gomila, R., Decken A., Deslongchamps G., Org. Lett., 20013, 267-270.

19- “An Effective Fluorescent Sensor for Choline Containing Phospholipids” S. Tomas, R. Prohens, G. Deslongchamps, P. Ballester, A. Costa, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl.199938, 2208-2211.

18- “Influence of Remote Intramolecular Hydrogen Bonds on the Thermodynamics of Molecular Recognition of cis-1,3,5-Cyclohexanetricarboxylic Acid” Ballester, P., Costa, A., Deya, P. M., Vega, M., Morey, J. Deslongchamps, G. Tetrahedron Lett.199940, 171-174.

17- “Tricyclic Scaffolds for the Rapid Assembly of Abiotic Receptors” Lonergan, D. G., Deslongchamps, G. Tetrahedron199854, 14041-14052.

16- “A Remarkable Adenine-Binding Cleft Based On A Hydroxyimide Scaffold” Lonergan, D. G., Deslongchamps, G., Tomas, S. Tetrahedron Lett.199839, 7861-7864.

15- “Comparative Probe for Stacking Interactions in Simple A:T Base Pair Mimics” Lonergan, D. G., Halse, J., Deslongchamps, G. Tetrahedron Lett.199839, 6865-6868.

14- “Synthesis and Solid-State Self-Assembly of a Bicyclic Dilactam” Wang, Y., Decken, A. and Deslongchamps, G. Tetrahedron, 1998, 54, 9043-9054.

13- “X-ray structure of the 1:1 complex of a tripodal receptor and cis-1,3,5-cyclohexanetricarboxylic acid” Ballester, P., Costa, A., Deyˆ, P.M., Deslongchamps, G., Mink, D., Decken, A., Prohens, R. Tomas, S., Vega, M., J. Chem. Soc. Chem. Commun.1997, 357-358.

12- “A Novel Scaffold for the Modular Assembly of Receptor Models“, Mink, D. Deslongchamps, G., Tetrahedron Lett., 1996, 37, 7035-7038.

11- “An Improved Method for the One-Carbon Homologation of Ketones with Acidic alpha-Hydrogens“, Mink, D., Deslongchamps, G., SynLett., 1996, 875-876.

10- “A Convergent Hydroxyimide Module for Molecular Recognition“, Lonergan, D. G., Riego, J., Deslongchamps G., Tetrahedron Lett.1996, 37, 6109-6112.

9- “Molecular Recognition of cis -1,3,5-Cyclohexane Tricarboxylic Acid“, Ballester, P., Costa, A., Deyà, P. M., González, J. F., Rotger, M. C., Deslongchamps, G., Tetrahedron Lett.1994, 35, 3813-3816.

8- “Unusual Weiss-Cook condensation of dimethyl 2,3-dioxobutanedioate and dimethyl 3-oxoglutarate“, Deslongchamps, G., Mink, D., Boyle, P. D., Singh, N., Can. J. Chem.1994, 72, 1162-1164.

7- “Convergent Functional Groups 13. High-Affinity Complexation of Adenosine Derivatives with Induced Binding Pockets“, Conn, M.M., Deslongchamps, G., de Mendoza, J., Rebek, J. Jr., J. Am. Chem. Soc.1993, 115, 3548-3557.

6- “Molecular Recognition in Water: New Receptors for Adenine Derivatives“, Rotello, V. M., Viani, E. A., Deslongchamps, Murray, B. A., and Rebek, J. Jr., J. Am. Chem. Soc.1993, 115, 797-798.

5- “A Synthetic Receptor for Cyclic Adenosine Monophosphate“, Deslongchamps, G., Galán, A., de Mendoza, J., Rebek, J. Jr., Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl., 199231, 61-63.

4- “A Synthetic Receptor for Dinucleotides“, Galán, A., de Mendoza, J., Toiron, C., Bruix, M., Deslongchamps, G., Rebek, J. Jr., J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1991113, 9424-9425.

3- “Enantioselective Complexation of Flexible and Rigid Substrates through Molecular Recognition“, Famulok, M., Jeong, K.-S., Deslongchamps, G., Rebek, J. Jr., Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl., 199130, 858-860.

2- “Convergent Functional Groups. X. Molecular Recognition of Neutral Substrates“, Jeong, K.-S.; Tjivikua, T.; Muehldorf, A.; Deslongchamps, G.; Famulok, M.; Rebek, J. Jr., 1991 J. Am. Chem. Soc. 113, 201-209.

1- “Convergent Functional Groups 8. Flexible Model Receptors for Adenine Binding“,Tjivikua, T.; Deslongchamps, G.; Rebek, J. Jr., 1990 J. Am. Chem. Soc. 112, 8408-8414.