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2002 Publications

Balogh L, Bielinska AU, Eichman JD, Valluzzi R, Lee I, Baker JR, Jr., Lawrence TS, Khan MK: Dendrimer nanocomposites in medicine. Chimica OGG/Chemistry Today, 2002:5, 35–40. (PDF 204kb)

Betley TA, Hessler JA, Mecke A,Banaszak Holl MM, Orr B, Uppiluri,S, Tomalia DA, and Baker JR, Jr.: Tapping Mode Atomic Force Microscopy Investigation of Poly(amidoamine) Core–Shell Tecto(dendrimers) Using Carbon Nanoprobes. Langmuir, 2002:18, 3127–3133. (PDF 794kb)

Bielinska A, Eichman JD, Lee I, Baker JR. Jr., Balogh LP: Imaging {Au0–PAMAM} gold–dendrimer nanocomposites in cells. Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 2002:4, 395–403. (PDF 279kb)

Bretz JD, Mesozi E, Giordano TJ, Gauger PG, Thompson NW, Baker JR, Jr.: Inflammatory cytokine regulation of TRAIL–mediated apoptosis in thyroid epithelial cells. Cell Death and Differentiation, 2002:9, 274–286. (PDF 823kb)

Hamouda T, Shih AY, Baker JR, Jr.: A rapid staining technique for the detection of the initiation of germination of bacterial spores.  Letters in Applied Microbiology, 2002:34, 86–90. (PDF 125kb)

Landers JJ, Cao Z, Lee I, Piehler LT, Myc PP, Myc A, Hamouda T, Baker JR, Jr.: Prevention of influenza pneumonitis by Sialic–acid conjugated dendritic polymers. Journal of Infectious Diseases, 2002:186, 1222–1230. (PDF 925kb)

Lee I, Athey BD, Wetzel AW, Kar A, Meixner W, and Baker JR, Jr.: Structural Molecular Dynamics Studies on Therapeutically–Applied Polyamidoamine Dendrimers: the Effects of pH and Surface Derivatization Group. Macromolecules, 2002:35(11), 4510–4520. (PDF 1112kb)

Mezosi E, Yamazaki H, Bretz JD, Wang SH, Arscott PL, Utsugi S, Gauger PG, Thompson NW, Baker JR, Jr.: Aberrant apoptosis in thyroid epithelial cells from nodular goiters. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, 2002:87, 4264–4272. (PDF 479kb)

Myc A, Vanhecke T, Landers JJ, Hamouda T, Baker JR, Jr.: The fungicidal activity of novel nanoemulsion (X8W60PC) against clinically important yeast and filamentous fungi.Mycopathologia, 2002:155, 195–201. (PDF 606kb)

Patri A, Majoros I, Baker JR, Jr.: Dendritic polymer macromolecular carriers for drug delivery; Using Nanotechnology for Drug Development and Delivery. Current Opinion in Chemical Biology, 2002:6(4), 466–471. (PDF 184kb)

Patri AK, Thomas TP, Baker JR, Jr., Bander NH: Antibody–dendrimer conjugates for targeted prostate cancer therapy. Polymer Material Science Engineering, 2002:86, 130. (PDF 120kb)

Quintana A, Raczka E, Piehler L, Lee I, Myc A, Majoros I, Patri A, Thomas T, Mulé J, Baker JR, Jr.: Design and function of a dendrimer–based therapeutic nanodevice targeted to tumor cells through the folate receptor. Pharmaceutical Research, 2002:19(9), 1310–1316. (PDF 427kb)

Schneider KS, Owens TM, Nicholson KT, Laack BJ, Greeley JN, Orr BG, Banaszak Holl MM. Investigation of Hydridosilsesquioxane-Based Silicon Oxide Deposition on Si(111)-7´7. Langmuir 2002;18(16): 6233.  

 

Schneider KS, Nicholson KT, Fosnacht DR, Orr BG, Banaszak Holl MM.  The Effect of Surface Reconstruction on Molecular Chemisorption:  A Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Study of H8Si8O12 Clusters on Au(111) 23´Ö3.  Langmuir 2002;18(21):8116-8122.

Wang SH, Bretz JD, Phelps E, Mezosi E, Arscott PL, Utsugi S, Baker, JR, Jr.: A unique combination of inflammatory cytokines enhances apoptosis of thyroid follicular cells and transforms non–destructive to destructive thyroiditis in experimental autoimmune thyroiditis. Journal of Immunology, 2002:168, 2470–2474. (PDF 339kb)

Ye JY, Myaing MT, Norris TB, Thomas TP, Baker JR, Jr.: Biosensing based on two–photon fluorescence measurements through optical fibers. Optic Letters, 2002:27(16), 1412–1414. (PDF 118kb)

 

 

 

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