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Hire Dr. Omar Zahr
Canada
Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Services
Work Experience

Research Associate

McGill University

April 2015 - Present

Education

PhD (Chemistry)

McGill University

September 2008 - April 2015

Certifications
  • Certification details not provided.
Publications
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Bayram, S., Zahr, O.K., Blum, A.S.(2015). Short ligands offer long-term water stability and plasmon tunability for silver nanoparticles . RSC Advances. 5. (9). p. 6553-6559.
Zahr, O.K., Blum, A.S.(2012). Solution phase gold nanorings on a viral protein template . Nano Letters. 12. (2). p. 629-633.
Szychowski, J., Kondo, J., Zahr, O., Auclair, K., Westhof, E., Hanessian, S., Keillor, J.W.(2011). Inhibition of aminoglycoside-deactivating enzymes APH(3')-IIIa and AAC(6')-Ii by amphiphilic paromomycin O2''-ether analogues . ChemMedChem. 6. (11). p. 1961-1966.
Bruckman, M.A., Soto, C.M., McDowell, H., Liu, J.L., Ratna, B.R., Korpany, K.V., Zahr, O.K., Blum, A.S.(2011). Role of hexahistidine in directed nanoassemblies of tobacco mosaic virus coat protein . ACS Nano. 5. (3). p. 1606-1616.
Gao, F., Yan, X., Zahr, O., Larsen, A., Vong, K., Auclair, K.(2008). Synthesis and use of sulfonamide-, sulfoxide-, or sulfone-containing aminoglycoside-CoA bisubstrates as mechanistic probes for aminoglycoside N-6′-acetyltransferase . Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters. 18. (20). p. 5518-5522.
BOOK
Zahr, O.K., Blum, A.S.(2014). Tobacco mosaic virus capsid protein as targets for the self-assembly of gold nanoparticles . Methods in Molecular Biology. 1108. p. 105-112.