(*Undergraduate Co-author)

Koujiro Tambara, John-Carl Olsen, David E. Hansen and G. Dan Pantoş, “The thermodynamics of the self-assembly of covalently linked oligomeric naphthalenediimides into helical organic nanotubes,” Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry 2014, 12, 607–614.

John-Carl Olsen, Nora A. Batchelder,* Julia H. Raney,* and David E. Hansen, “Naphthalenediimide dimers and trimers form self-assembling hydrogen-bonded nanotubes of enhanced stability,” Supramolecular Chemistry 2012, 24, 841­–850.

David E. Hansen and Robert J. P. Williams, “Jeremy Randall Knowles CBE. 28 April 1935 – 3 April 2008,” Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 2010, 56, 171–187.

Nicolette M. Fernandes, Fabienne Fache, Mari Rosen,* Phuong-Lan Nguyen,* and David E. Hansen, “Rapid Cleavage of Unactivated, Unstrained Amide Bonds at Neutral pH,” Journal of Organic Chemistry 2008, 73, 6413–6416.

David E. Hansen, “Recent Developments in the Molecular Imprinting of Proteins,” invited “Leading Opinion,” Biomaterials 2007, 28, 4178–4191.

Jared J. Gerschler,* Kevin A. Wier, and David E. Hansen, “Amide Bond Cleavage: The Acceleration Due to a 1,3-Diaxial Interaction with a Carboxylic Acid,” Journal of Organic Chemistry 2007, 72, 654–657.

Furqan M. Fazal* and David E. Hansen, “Glucose-specific poly(allylamine) hydrogels—A reassessment,” Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters 2007, 17, 235–238.

Thierry Pauyo,* Gerard J. Hilinski,* Philip T. Chiu,* David E. Hansen, Yoon J. Choi, David I. Ratner, Nalini Shah-Mahoney, Cathrine A. Southern, and Patricia B. O'Hara, “Genetic and Fluorescence Studies of Affinity Maturation in Related Antibodies,” Molecular Immunology 2006, 43, 812–821.

David E. Hansen, Dengda Tang,* Jon A. Sanborn, and Mark D. Marshall, “(Strept)Avidin-Biotin: Two Interrelated Experiments for the Introductory Chemistry Laboratory,” Journal of Chemical Education 2006, 83, 777–779.

Michael L. Dougan,* Jonathan L. Chin,* Ken Solt,* and David E. Hansen, “Rapid cleavage of cyclic tertiary amides of Kemp’s triacid: effects of ring structure,” Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters 2004, 14, 4153–4156.

David E. Hansen, “Enthralling Field, Relentless Expansion,” invited contribution to New Voices in Chemistry, American Chemical Society 125th Anniversary Issue, Chemical & Engineering News 2001, 79(13), 59.

Zhongde Wang, Murisiku Raifu,* Meredith Howard,* Laurie Smith, David Hansen, Richard Goldsby, and David I. Ratner, “Universal PCR amplification of mouse immunoglobulin gene variable regions: the design of degenerate primers and an assessment of the effect of DNA polymerase’s 3’ to 5’ exonuclease activity,” Journal of Immunological Methods 2000, 233, 167–177.

Robert M. Smith and David E. Hansen, “The pH-Rate Profile for the Hydrolysis of a Peptide Bond,” Journal of the American Chemical Society 1998, 120, 8910–8913.

Rebecca A.R. Bryant and David E. Hansen, “Direct Measurement of the Uncatalyzed Rate of Hydrolysis of a Peptide Bond,” Journal of the American Chemical Society 1996, 118, 5498–5499.

David E. Hansen, “Jeremy R. Knowles: The Evolution of an Enzymologist,” Bioorganic Chemistry 1995, 23, 303–339.

Ping Yuan, Robert Plourde, Mary R. Shoemaker,* Christopher L. Moore,* and David E. Hansen, “A Mimic of Both a Torsionally-Distorted Peptide Ground State and the Transition State for Peptide Bond Hydrolysis: Synthesis of a Spiro[4.4]nonyl Derivative,” Journal of Organic Chemistry 1995, 60, 5360–5364.