Found 40 results
Type [ Year(Asc)]
J.D. Morris, and C.K. Payne. "Advances in materials for cellular applications." Biointerphases 14 (2019): #010801.
JD Morris, and CK Payne. "Microscopy and Cell Biology: New Methods and New Questions." Annual Review of Physical Chemistry 70 (2019): 199-218.
CK Payne. "A protein corona primer for physical chemists." The Journal of Chemical Physics 151, no. 13 (2019).
DT Jayaram, A Kumar, LE Kippner, PY Ho, ML Kemp, Y Fan, and CK Payne. "TiO2 nanoparticles generate superoxide and alter gene expression in human lung cells." Rsc Adv. 9, no. 43 (2019): 25039-25047.
S Runa, M Hussey, and CK Payne. "Nanoparticle-Cell Interactions: Relevance for Public Health." Journal of Physical Chemistry B 122, no. 3 (2018): 1009-1016.
DT Jayaram, SM Pustulka, RG Mannino, WA Lam, and CK Payne. "Protein Corona in Response to Flow: Effect on Protein Concentration and Structure." Biophysical Journal 115, no. 2 (2018): 209-216.
JD Morris, SB Thourson, KR Panta, BN Flanders, and CK Payne. "Conducting polymer nanowires for control of local protein concentration in solution." Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 50, no. 17 (2017): 174003.
DT Jayaram, Q Luo, SB Thourson, A Finlay, and CK Payne. "Controlling the resting membrane potential of cells with conducting polymer microwires." Small (2017).
JJ Flores, CK Payne, and JD Morris. "Heme protein-mediated synthesis of PEDOT: PSS: enhancing conductivity by inhibiting heme degradation." Rsc Advances 7, no. 20 (2017): 12017-12021.
SB Thourson, and CK Payne. "Modulation of action potentials using PEDOT:PSS conducting polymer microwires." Scientific Reports 7, no. 1 (2017).
DT Jayaram, S Runa, ML Kemp, and CK Payne. "Nanoparticle-induced oxidation of corona proteins initiates an oxidative stress response in cells." Nanoscale 9 (2017): 7595-7601.
S Runa, M Lakadamyali, ML Kemp, and CK Payne. "TiO2 Nanoparticle-Induced Oxidation of the Plasma Membrane: Importance of the Protein Corona." Journal of Physical Chemistry B 121, no. 37 (2017): 8619-8625.
JD Morris, KM Wong, CD Peñaherrera, and CK Payne. "Mechanism of the biomolecular synthesis of PEDOT: PSS: importance of heme degradation by hydrogen peroxide." Biomaterials Science (2016).
MA Rana, N Yao, S Mukhopadhyay, F Zhang, EAK Warren, and CK Payne. "Modeling the effect of nanoparticles and the bistability of transmembrane potential in nonexcitable cells." 2016.
S Runa, D Khanal, ML Kemp, and CK Payne. "TiO2 nanoparticles alter the expression of peroxiredoxin antioxidant genes." Journal of Physical Chemistry C 120 (2016): 20736-20742.
EAK Warren, and CK Payne. "Cellular binding of nanoparticles disrupts the membrane potential." Rsc Advances 5 (2015): 13660-13666.
JD Morris, D Khanal, JA Richey, and CK Payne. "Hemoglobin-mediated synthesis of PEDOT: PSS: enhancing conductivity through biological oxidants." Biomaterials Science 3, no. 3 (2015): 442-445.
EAK Warren, TS Netterfield, S Sarkar, ML Kemp, and CK Payne. "Spatially-resolved intracellular sensing of hydrogen peroxide in living cells." Scientific Reports 5 (2015).
A Hill, and CK Payne. "Impact of serum proteins on MRI contrast agents: Cellular binding and T2 relaxation." Rsc Advances 4, no. 60 (2014): 31735-31744.
S Mukhopadhyay, F Zhang, E Warren, and CK Payne. "A model for controlling the resting membrane potential of cells using nanoparticles." 2014.
CC Fleischer, and CK Payne. "Nanoparticle-cell interactions: Molecular structure of the protein corona and cellular outcomes." Accounts of Chemical Research 47 (2014): 2651-2659.
S Runa, A Hill, VL Cochran, and CK Payne. "PEGylated nanoparticles: protein corona and secondary structure." Proc. Spie, Physical Chemistry of Interfaces and Nanomaterials Xiii 9165 (2014): 1F1-IF8.
CC Fleischer, and CK Payne. "Secondary Structure of Corona Proteins Determines the Cell Surface Receptors Used by Nanoparticles." Journal of Physical Chemistry B 118 (2014): 14017-14026.
JD Morris, and CK Payne. "Tuning PEDOT:PSS conductivity with iron oxidants." Organic Electronics 15 (2014): 1701-1710.
CC Fleischer, U Kumar, and CK Payne. "Cellular binding of anionic nanoparticles is inhibited by serum proteins independent of nanoparticle composition." Biomaterials Science 1 (2013): 975-982.