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Molecular exclusion limits for diffusion across a porous capsid

Selivanovitch, E., LaFrance, B., Douglas, T. Molecular exclusion limits for diffusion across a porous capsid. Nature Communications (2021). DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-23200-1

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Polymer Coatings on Virus-like Particle Nanoreactors at Low Ionic Strength—Charge Reversal and Substrate Access

Kraj, P., Selivanovitch, E., Lee, B., Douglas, T. Polymer Coatings on Virus-like Particle Nanoreactors at Low Ionic Strength—Charge Reversal and Substrate Access. Biomacromolecules (2021). DOI: 10.1021/acs.biomac.1c00208

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Cytochrome C with peroxidase-like activity encapsulated inside the small DPS protein nanocage

Waghwani, H. K., Douglas, T. Cytochrome C with peroxidase-like activity encapsulated inside the small DPS protein nanocage. Journal of Materials Chemistry B (2021). DOI: 10.1039/D1TB00234A

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221

Synthetic Virus-like Particles for Glutathione Biosynthesis

Wang, Y., Uchida, M., Waghwani, H. K., Douglas, T. Synthetic Virus-like Particles for Glutathione Biosynthesis. ACS Synthetic Biology (2020). DOI: 10.1021/acssynbio.0c00368

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Protein nanocage architectures for the delivery of therapeutic proteins

Wang, Y., Douglas, T. Protein nanocage architectures for the delivery of therapeutic proteins. Current Opinion in Colloid & Interface Science (2020). DOI: 10.1016/j.cocis.2020.101395

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Virus-Like Particles (VLPs) as a Platform for Hierarchical Compartmentalization

Waghwani, H. K., Uchida, M., Fu, C., LaFrance, B., Sharma, J., McCoy, K., Douglas, T. Virus-Like Particles (VLPs) as a Platform for Hierarchical Compartmentalization. Biomacromolecules (2020). DOI: 10.1021/acs.biomac.0c00030

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A Self-Adjuvanted, Modular, Antigenic VLP for Rapid Response to Influenza Virus Variability

Sharma, J., Shepardson, K., Johns, L. L., Wellham, J., Avera, J., Schwartz, B., Rynda-Apple, A., Douglas, T. A Self-Adjuvanted, Modular, Antigenic VLP for Rapid Response to Influenza Virus Variability. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2019). DOI: 10.1021/acsami.9b21776

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217

Tuning the catalytic properties of P22 nanoreactors through compositional control

Sharma, J., Douglas, T. Tuning the catalytic properties of P22 nanoreactors through compositional control. Nanoscale (2019). DOI: 10.1039/C9NR08348K

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The archaeal Dps nanocage targets kidney proximal tubules via glomerular filtration

Uchida, M., Maier, B., Waghwani, H. K., Selivanovitch, E., Pay, S.E., Avera, J., Yun, E., Sandoval, R. M., Molitoris, B. A., Zollman, A., Douglas, T., Hato, T. The archaeal Dps nanocage targets kidney proximal tubules via glomerular filtration. Journal of Clinical Investigation (2019). DOI: 10.1172/JCI127511

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Virus capsid assembly across different length scales inspire the development of virus-based biomaterials

Selivanovitch, E., Douglas, T. Virus capsid assembly across different length scales inspire the development of virus-based biomaterials. Current Opinion in Virology (2019). DOI: 10.1016/j.coviro.2019.02.010

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214

Linker-Mediated Assembly of Virus-Like Particles into Ordered Arrays via Electrostatic Control

Nicholas E. Brunk, N. E.,  Uchida, M., Lee, B., Fukuto, M., Yang, L., Douglas, T., Jadhao, V. Linker-Mediated Assembly of Virus-Like Particles into Ordered Arrays via Electrostatic Control. ACS Applied Bio Materials (2019). DOI: 10.1021/acsabm.9b00166

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Loading the Dice: The Orientation of Virus-Like Particles Adsorbed on Titanate Assisted Organosilanized Surfaces

Moreno-Cerrada, D., Rodríguez, C., Moreno-Madrid, F., Selivanovitch, E., Douglas, T., de Pablo, P. J., Manso Silván, M. Loading the Dice: The Orientation of Virus-Like Particles Adsorbed on Titanate Assisted Organosilanized Surfaces. Biointerphases (2019). DOI: 10.1116/1.5077010

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212

Chemically Induced Morphogenesis of P22 Virus like Particles by the Surfactant Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate

Selivanovitch, E., Koliyatt, R., Douglas, T. Chemically Induced Morphogenesis of P22 Virus like Particles by the Surfactant Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate. Biomacromolecules (2018). DOI: 10.1021/acs.biomac.8b01357

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211

Cargo Retention inside P22 Virus-Like Particles

McCoy, K., Selivanovitch, E., Luque, D., Lee, B., Edwards, E., Castón, J. R., Douglas, T. Cargo Retention inside P22 Virus-Like Particles. Biomacromolecules (2018). DOI: 10.1021/acs.biomac.8b00867

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210

Changes in the Stability and Biomechanics of P22 Bacteriophage Capsid During Maturation

Kant, R., Llauró, A., Vamseedhar, R., Qazi, S., de Pablo, P. D., Douglas, T., Bothner, B. Changes in the Stability and Biomechanics of P22 Bacteriophage Capsid During Maturation. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta – General Subjects (2018). DOI: 10.1016/j.bbagen.2018.03.006

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209

Protein cage assembly across multiple length scales

Aumiller, Jr., W.M., Uchida, M. and Douglas, T. Protein cage assembly across multiple length scales. Chem. Soc. Rev. (2018). DOI: 10.1039/C7CS00818J

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208

Stimuli Responsive Hierarchical Assembly of P22 Virus-like Particles

Aumiller Jr., W.M., Uchida, M., Biner, D.W., Miettinen, H.M., Lee, B., and Douglas, T. Stimuli Responsive Hierarchical Assembly of P22 Virus-like Particles. Chem. Mater. (2018). DOI: 10.1021/acs.chemmater.7b04964

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Templated Assembly of a Functional Ordered Protein Macromolecular Framework from P22 Virus-like Particles

McCoy, K., Uchida, M., Lee, B., and Douglas, T. Templated Assembly of a Functional Ordered Protein Macromolecular Framework from P22 Virus-like Particles (2018). ACS Nano. DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.8b00528

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206

Induction of Antiviral Immune Response through Recognition of the Repeating Subunit Pattern of Viral Capsids Is Toll-Like Receptor 2 Dependent.

Shepardson KM, Schwarz B, Larson K, Morton RV, Avera J, McCoy K, Caffrey A, Harmsen A, Douglas T, and Rynda-Apple A. Induction of Antiviral Immune Response through Recognition of the Repeating Subunit Pattern of Viral Capsids Is Toll-Like Receptor 2 Dependent. MBio (2017). Doi: 10.1128/mBio.01356-17

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205

Modular Self-Assembly of Protein Cage Lattices for Multistep Catalysis.

Uchida M, McCoy K, Fukuto M, Yang L, Yoshimura H, Miettinen HM, LaFrance B, Patterson DP, Schwarz B, Karty JA, Prevelige PE Jr, Lee B, and Douglas T. Modular Self-Assembly of Protein Cage Lattices for Multistep Catalysis. ACS nano (2017). DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.7b06049

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204

Biomedical and Catalytic Opportunities of Virus-Like Particles in Nanotechnology

Schwarz B, Uchida M, Douglas T. Biomedical and Catalytic Opportunities of Virus-Like Particles in Nanotechnology. Advances in Virus Research (2017). DOI: 10.1016/bs.aivir.2016.09.002.

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203

Modular interior loading and exterior decoration of a virus-like particle

Sharma J, Uchida M, Miettinen HM, Douglas T. Modular interior loading and exterior decoration of a Virus-like particle. Nanoscale (2017). DOI: 10.1039/C7NR03018E

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202

Sortase-Mediated Ligation as a Modular Approach for the Covalent Attachment of Proteins to the Exterior of the Bacteriophage P22 Virus-like Particle

Patterson DP, Schwarz B, Avera J, Western B, Hicks M, Krugler P, Terra M, Uchida M, McCoy K, Douglas T. Sortase-Mediated Ligation as a Modular Approach for the Covalent Attachment of Proteins to the Exterior of the Bacteriophage P22 Virus-like Particle. Bioconjugate Chemistry (2017). DOI: 10.1042/BST20160316

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201

Atomic force microscopy of virus shells

Moreno-Madrid F, Martín-González N, Llauró A, Ortega-Esteban A, Hernando-Pérez M, Douglas T, Schaap IA, de Pablo PJ. Atomic force microscopy of virus shells. Biochemical Society Transactions (2017). DOI: 10.1042/BST20160316

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RGD targeting of human ferritin iron oxide nanoparticles enhances in vivo MRI of vascular inflammation and angiogenesis in experimental carotid disease and abdominal aortic aneurysm

Kitagawa T, Kosuge H, Uchida M, Iida Y, Dalman RL, Douglas T, McConnell MV. RGD targeting of human ferritin iron oxide nanoparticles enhances in vivo MRI of vascular inflammation and angiogenesis in experimental carotid disease and abdominal aortic aneurysm. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (2017). DOI: 10.1002/jmri.25459

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Virus Matryoshka: A Bacteriophage Particle-Guided Molecular Assembly Approach to a Monodisperse Model of the Immature Human Immunodeficiency Virus

Pooja Saxena, Li He, Andrey Malyutin, Siddhartha A. K. Datta, Alan Rein, Kevin M. Bond, Martin F. Jarrold, Alessandro Spilotros, Dmitri Svergun, Trevor Douglas, Bodgan Dragnea “Virus Matryoshka: A Bacteriophage Particle-Guided Molecular Assembly Approach to a Monodisperse Model of the Immature Human Immunodeficiency Virus” Small (2016). DOI: 10.1002/smll.201601712

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Viruslike Particles Encapsidating Respiratory Syncytial Virus M and M2 Proteins Induce Robust T Cell Responses

Benjamin Schwarz, Kaitlyn M. Morabito, Tracy J. Ruckwardt, Dustin P. Patterson, John Avera,
Heini M. Miettinen, Barney S. Graham, and Trevor Douglas. “Viruslike Particles Encapsidating Respiratory Syncytial Virus M and M2 Proteins Induce Robust T Cell Responses”. ACS Biomater. Sci. Eng.(2016) DOI: 10.1021/acsbiomaterials.6b00532

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197

Tuning Viral Capsid Nanoparticle Stability with Symmetrical Morphogenesis

Aida Llauró, Benjamin Schwarz, Ranjit Koliyatt, Pedro J. de Pablo, and Trevor Douglas “Tuning Viral Capsid Nanoparticle Stability with Symmetrical Morphogenesis” ACS Nano (2016) DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.6b03441.

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196

Co-localization of Catalysts within a Protein Cage Leads to Efficient Photochemical NADH and/or Hydrogen Production

Ethan Edwards, Rajarshi Roychoudhury,Benjamin Schwarz, Paul Jordan, John Lisher, Masaki Uchida and Trevor Douglas “Co-localization of Catalysts within a Protein Cage Leads to Efficient Photochemical NADH and/or Hydrogen Production” Journal of Materials Chemistry B (2016) DOI: 10.1039/c6tb01175f.

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195

Targeted Cancer Therapy: Correlative Light-Electron Microscopy Shows RGD-Targeted ZnO Nanoparticles Dissolve in the Intracellular Environment of Triple Negative Breast Cancer Cells and Cause Apoptosis with Intratumor Heterogeneity

Basmah A. Othman, Christina Greenwood, Ayman F. Abuelela, Anil A. Bharath, Shu Chen, Ioannis Theodorou, Trevor Douglas, Maskai Uchida, Mary Ryan, Jasmeen S. Merzaban, Alexandra E. Porter “Targeted Cancer Therapy: Correlative Light-Electron Microscopy Shows RGD-Targeted ZnO Nanoparticles Dissolve in the Intracellular Environment of Triple Negative Breast Cancer Cells and Cause Apoptosis with Intratumor Heterogeneity” Advanced Healthcare Materials (2016). DOI: 10.1002/adhm.201670053

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194

Two-Dimensional Crystallization of P22 Virus-Like Particles

Hideyuki Yoshimura, Ethan Edwards, Masaki Uchida, Kimberly McCoy, Raj Roychoudhury, Benjamin Schwarz, Dustin Patterson, and Trevor Douglas “Two-Dimensional Crystallization of P22 Virus-Like Particles” Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2016). DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpcb.6b01425

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193

Cargo–shell and cargo–cargo couplings govern the mechanics of artificially loaded virus-derived cages

Aida Llauró, Daniel Luque, Ethan Edwards, Benes L. Trus, John Avera, David Reguera, Trevor Douglas, Pedro J. de Pablo and José R. Castón “Cargo–shell and cargo–cargo couplings govern the mechanics of artificially loaded virus-derived cages” Nanoscale (2016).

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192

Programmed Self-Assembly of an Active P22-Cas9 Nanocarrier System

Shefah Qazi, Heini M. Miettinen, Royce A. Wilkinson, Kimberly McCoy, Trevor Douglas, and Blake Wiedenheft. “Programmed Self-Assembly of an Active P22-Cas9 Nanocarrier System.” Molecular Pharmaceutics (2016).

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191

Developing a Dissociative Nanocontainer for Peptide Drug Delivery

Patrick Kelly, Prachi Anand, Alexander Uvaydov, Srinivas Chakravartula, Chhime Sherpa, Elena Pires, Alison O’Neil, Trevor Douglas and Mande Holford “Developing a Dissociative Nanocontainer for Peptide Drug Delivery” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (2015) DOI: 10.3390/ijerph121012543

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190

Self-assembling biomolecular catalysts for hydrogen production

Paul C. Jordan, Dustin P. Patterson, Kendall N. Saboda, Ethan J. Edwards, Heini M. Miettinen, Gautam Basu, Megan C. Thielges and Trevor Douglas. “Self-assembling biomolecular catalysts for hydrogen production.” Nature Chemistry (2015).

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189

Design of a VLP-nanovehicle for CYP450 enzymatic activity delivery

Sánchez-Sánchez, Lorena, et al. “Design of a VLP-nanovehicle for CYP450 enzymatic activity delivery.” Journal of Nanobiotechnology 13.1 (2015): 66.

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Symmetry Controlled, Genetic Presentation of Bio-Active Proteins on the P22 Virus-Like Particle Using an External Decoration Protein

B. Schwarz, P. Madden, J. Avera, B. Gordon, K. Larson, H. Miettinen, M. Uchida, B. LaFrance, G. Basu, A. Rynda-Apple, and T. Douglas.”Symmetry Controlled, Genetic Presentation of Bio-Active Proteins on the P22 Virus-Like Particle Using an External Decoration Protein” ACS Nano (2015) DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.5b03360

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187

Tailored delivery of analgesic ziconotide across a blood brain barrier model using viral nanocontainers

P. Anand, A. O’Neil, E. Lin, T. Douglas, M. Holford, M. “Tailored delivery of analgesic ziconotide across a blood brain barrier model using viral nanocontainers” Scientific Reports (2015) DOI: 10.1038/srep12497.

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186

Interligand Electron Transfer in Heteroleptic Ruthenium(II) Complexes Occurs on Multiple Time Scales

C. Stark, W. Schreier, J. Lucon, E. Edwards, T. Douglas, B. Kohler, “Interligand Electron Transfer in Heteroleptic Ruthenium(II) Complexes Occurs on Multiple Time Scales” The Journal of Physical Chemistry, Part A (2015) 119, 4813-4824.

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185

Selective Biotemplated Synthesis of TiO2 Inside a Protein Cage.

Gregory J. Bedwell, Ziyou Zhou, Masaki Uchida, Trevor Douglas, Arunava Gupta, and Peter E. Prevelige, Jr.”Selective Biotemplated Synthesis of TiO2 Inside a Protein Cage” Biomacromolecules (2015) 16, 214-218.

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184

Development of virus‐like particles for diagnostic and prophylactic biomedical applications.

Benjamin Schwarz and Trevor Douglas “Development of virus-like particles for diagnostic and prophylactic biomedical applications” WIREs Nanomed Nanobiotechnol (2015) doi: 10.1002/wnan.1336

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183

Gadolinium-Loaded Viral Capsids as Magnetic Resonance Imaging Contrast Agents.

Robert J. Usselman, Shefah Qazi, Priyanka Aggarwal, Sandra S. Eaton, Gareth R.Eaton, Stephen Russek and Trevor Douglas “Gadolinium-loaded Viral Capsids as Magnetic Resonance Imaging Contrast Agents”, Applied Magnetic Resonance (2015) 46, 349-355.

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182

Use of Protein Cages as a Template for Confined Synthesis of Inorganic and Organic Nanoparticles.

Uchida, M., Qazi, S., Edwards, E., & Douglas, T. (2015). Use of Protein Cages as a Template for Confined Synthesis of Inorganic and Organic Nanoparticles. In Protein Cages (pp. 17-25). Springer New York.

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181

Higher order assembly of virus-like particles (VLP) mediated by multi-valent protein linkers

Masaki Uchida, Benjamin LaFrance, Chris C. Broomell, Peter E. Prevelige, Trevor Douglas “Higher order assembly of virus-like particles (VLP) mediated by multi-valent protein linkers” Small (2015) 13, 1562-1570 DOI: 10.1002/smll.201402067

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Constructing Catalytic Antimicrobial Nanoparticles by Encapsulation of Hydrogen Peroxide Producing Enzyme Inside the P22 VLP

Dustin P. Patterson, Kimberly McCoy, Carel Fijen, and Trevor Douglas “Constructing Catalytic Antimicrobial Nanoparticles by Encapsulation of Hydrogen Peroxide Producing Enzyme Inside the P22 VLP” J. Materials Chemistry B (2014) 2, 5948-5951.

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179

Hybrid Nanoreactors: Coupling Enzymes and Small-Molecule Catalysts within Virus-Like Particles

Dustin Patterson, Ethan Edwards, and Trevor Douglas “Hybrid Nanoreactors: Coupling Enzymes and Small-Molecule Catalysts within Virus-Like Particles” Israel J. Chem (2014) DOI: 10.1002/ijch.201400092.

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178

X-Ray Spatial Frequency Heterodyne Imaging of Protein-Based Nanobubble Contrast Agents

Danielle Rand, Masaki Uchida, Trevor Douglas, Christoph Rose-Petruck, “X-Ray Spatial Frequency Heterodyne Imaging of Protein-Based Nanobubble Contrast Agents”, Optics Express (2014) 22, 23290-23298. DOI:10.1364/OE.22.023290.

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177

Virus-like particles as antigenic nanomaterials for inducing protective immune responses in the lung

Agnieszka Rynda-Apple, Dustin Patterson, Trevor Douglas, “Virus-like particles as antigenic nanomaterials for inducing protective immune responses in the lung” Nanomedicine (2014) 9,1857-1868, DOI 10.2217/nnm.14.107.

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176

Manganese (III) porphyrins complexed with P22 virus-like particles as T1-enhanced contrast agents for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

Shefah Qazi, Masaki Uchida, Robert Usselman, Riley Shearer, Ethan Edwards, and Trevor Douglas “Manganese (III) porphyrins complexed with P22 virus-like particles as T1-enhanced contrast agents for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)” JBIC (2014) 19, 237-246.

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175

Encapsulation of an Enzyme Cascade Within the Bacteriophage P22 Virus-Like Particle

Dustin P. Patterson, Benjamin Schwarz, Ryan Waters, Tomas Gedeon, Trevor Douglas “Encapsulation of an Enzyme Cascade Within the Bacteriophage P22 Virus-Like Particle” ACS Chemical Biology (2014) 9, 359–365. DOI:10.1021/cb300388w.

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174

CD11c+ cells primed with unrelated antigens facilitate an accelerated immune response to influenza virus in mice

Laura E. Richert, Agnieszka Rynda-Apple, Ann L. Harmsen, Soo Han, James A. Wiley, Trevor Douglas, Kyle Larson, Rachelle V. Morton, Allen G. Harmsen “CD11c+ cells primed with unrelated antigens facilitate an accelerated immune reponse to influenza virus in mice” European Journal of Immunology (2014) 44, 397–408.

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Inducible Bronchus-Associated Lymphoid Tissue (iBALT) Synergizes with Local Lymph Nodes during Antiviral CD4+ T Cell Responses

Laura E. Richert, Ann L. Harmsen, Agnieszka Rynda-Apple, James A. Wiley, Amy Servid, Trevor Douglas, Allen G. Harmsen “Inducible Bronchus-Associated Lymphoid Tissue (iBALT) Synergizes with Local Lymph Nodes during Antiviral CD4+ T Cell Responses” Lymphatic Research and Biology (2013) 11,196-202. doi: 10.1089/lrb.2013.0015.

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172

Rescuing Recombinant Proteins by Sequestration Into the P22 VLP

Dustin P. Patterson, Benjamin LaFrance and Trevor Douglas “Rescuing Recombinant Proteins by Sequestration Into the P22 VLP” Chemical Communications (2013) DOI: 10.1039 / C3CC46517A.

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171

P22 viral capsids as nanocomposite high-relaxivity MRI contrast agents

Shefah Qazi, Lars O. Liepold, Md Joynal Abedin, Ben Johnson, Peter Prevelige, Joseph A. Frank, Trevor Douglas “P22 viral capsids as nanocomposite high-relaxivity MRI contrast agents” Molecular Pharmaceutics (2013) 10, 11-17. DOI: 10.1021 / mp300208g.

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170

Biomimetic Antigenic Nanoparticles Elicit Controlled Protective Immune Response to Influenza

Dustin Patterson, Agnieszka Rynda-Apple, Ann Harmsen, Allen G. Harmsen, Trevor Douglas “Biomimetic Antigenic Nanoparticles Elicit Controlled Protective Immune Response to Influenza” ACS Nano (2013) 7, 3036-3044 DOI: 10.102/nn4006544

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169

Stabilizing viral nano-reactors for nerve agent degradation

Alison O’Neil, Peter E. Prevelige, Trevor Douglas, “Stabilizing viral nano-reactors for nerve agent degradation” Biomaterials Science (2013), 1, 881-886. DOI: 10.1039 / C3BM60063G.

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168

Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization on the Interior of the P22 Capsid and Incorporation of Photocatalytic Monomer Crosslinks

Janice Lucon, Ethan Edwards, Shefah Qasi, Masaki Uchida, Trevor Douglas “Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization on the Interior of the P22 Capsid and Incorporation of Photocatalytic Monomer Crosslinks” Eur. Polymer Journal (2013), 49, 2976-2985.

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167

Biophysical Chemistry: Unravelling capsid transformations

Masaki Uchida and Trevor Douglas “Biophysical Chemistry: Unravelling capsid transformations” Nature Chemistry (2013) 5, 444-445.

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166

Location of the Bacteriophage P22 Coat Protein C-terminus Provides Opportunities for the Design of Capsid Based Materials

Amy Servid, Paul Jordan, Alison O’Neil, Peter Prevelige, Trevor Douglas “Location of the Bacteriophage P22 Coat Protein C-terminus Provides Opportunities for the Design of Capsid Based Materials” Biomacromolecules (2013) 14, 2989–2995.

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165

RGD-Conjugated Human Ferritin Nanoparticles for Imaging Vascular Inflammation and Angiogenesis in Experimental Carotid and Aortic Disease

Toshiro Kitagawa, Hisanori Kosuge, Masaki Uchida, Monica M. Dua, Yasunori Iida, Ronald L. Dalman, Trevor Douglas, Michael V. McConnell “RGD-Conjugated Human Ferritin Nanoparticles for Imaging Vascular Inflammation and Angiogenesis in Experimental Carotid and Aortic Disease” Molecular Imaging and Biology (2012) DOI: 10.1007/s11307-011-0495-1

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164

Co-Confinement of Fluorescent Proteins: Spatially Enforced Communication of GFP and mCherry Encapsulated Within the P22 Capsid

Alison O’Neil, Peter E. Prevelige, Gautam Basu, Trevor Douglas, “Co-Confinement of Fluorescent Proteins: Spatially Enforced Communication of GFP and mCherry Encapsulated Within the P22 Capsid” Biomacomolecules (2012) 13, 3902-3907 DOI: 10.1021/bm301347x

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163

Use of the interior cavity of the P22 capsid for site-specific initiation of atom-transfer radical polymerization with high-density cargo loading

Janice Lucon, Shefah Qazi, Masaki Uchida, Greg Bledwell, Ben LaFrance, Peter Prevelige, and Trevor Douglas “Use of the interior cavity of the P22 capsid for site-specific initiation of atom-transfer radical polymerization with high-density cargo loading” Nature Chemistry (2012) 4, 781-788.

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162

Nanoreactors by Programmed Enzyme Encapsulation Inside the Capsid of the Bacteriophage P22

Dustin Patterson, Peter E. Prevelige, Trevor Douglas “Nanoreactors by Programmed Enzyme Encapsulation Inside the Capsid of the Bacteriophage P22” ACS Nano (2012) 6, 5000-5009 DOI: 10.1021/nn300545z

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Virus-like Particle Nanoreactors: Programmed Encapsulation of the Thermostable CelB Glycosidase Inside the P22 Capsid

Dustin Patterson, Benjamin Schwartz, Trevor Douglas “Virus-like Particle Nanoreactors: Programmed Encapsulation of the Thermostable CelB Glycosidase Inside the P22 Capsid” Soft Matter (2012), 8, 10158-10166.

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160

Topological biosignatures: Large-scale structure of chemical networks from biology and astrochemistry

C. Jolley, T. Douglas “Topological biosignatures: Large-scale structure of chemical networks from biology and astrochemistry” Astrobiology (2012) 12, 29-39.

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Characterization of the Bacteroides Fragilis bfr Gene Product Identifies a Bacterial DPS-like Protein and Suggests Evolutionary Links in the Ferritin Superfamily

George H. Gauss, Michael Reott, Edson Rocha, Mark J. Young, Trevor Douglas, C. Smith, C. Martin Lawrence “Characterization of the Bacteroides fragilis bfr Gene Product Identifies a Bacterial DPS-like Protein and Suggests Evolutionary Links in the Ferritin Superfamily” J. Bacteriology (2012) 194, 15-27.

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158

Site directed coordination chemistry with P22 virus like particles

Masaki Uchida, David S. Morris, Sebyung Kang Craig C. Jolley, Janice Lucon, Lars O. Liepold, Ben LaFrance, Peter E. Prevelige, Jr. and Trevor Douglas “Site directed coordination chemistry with P22 virus like particles” Langmuir (2012) 28, 1998-2006.

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157

Proteomic Analysis of Sulfolobus solfataricus During Sulfolobus Turreted Icosahedral Virus Infection

W.S. Maaty, K. Selvig, S. Ryder, P. Tarlykov, J.K. Hilmer, J. Heinemann, J. Steffens, J.C. Snyder, A.C. Ortmann, N. Movahed, K. Spicka, L. Chetia, P.A. Grieco, E.A. Dratz, T. Douglas, M.J. Young, B. Bothner “Proteomic Analysis of Sulfolobus solfataricus During Sulfolobus Turreted Icosahedral Virus Infection” Journal of Proteome Research (2012) 11, 1420-1432.

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Photoinduced H2 production by stable [Ni-Fe]-hydrogenases from T. roseopersicina covalently linked to a Ru(II) photosensitizer

Oleg A. Zadvornyy, Janice E. Lucon, Robin Gerlach, Nikolay A. Zorin, Trevor Douglas, Timothy E. Elgren, and John W. Peters “Photoinduced H2 production by stable [Ni-Fe]-hydrogenases from T. roseopersicina covalently linked to a Ru(II) photosensitizer” Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry (2012) 106, 151-155.

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A Virus-Like Particle Vaccine Platform Elicits Heightened and Hastened Local Lung Mucosal Antibody Production after a Single Dose

Laura E. Richert, Amy E. Servid, Ann L. Harmsen, Soo Han, James A. Wiley, Trevor Douglas, Allen G. Harmsen “A Virus-Like Particle Vaccine Platform Elicits Heightened and Hastened Local Lung Mucosal Antibody Production after a Single Dose” Vaccine (2012) 30, 3653–3665.

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Virus-like particle-induced protection against MRSA pneumonia is dependent on IL-13 and enhancement of phagocyte function

Agnieszka Rynda-Apple, Erin Dobrinen, Mark McAlpine, Amanda Read, Ann Harmsen, Laura E. Richert, Matthew Calverley, Kyler Pallister, Jovanka Voyich-Kane, James A. Wiley, Ben Johnson, Mark Young, Trevor Douglas, and Allen G. Harmsen “Virus-like particle-induced protection against MRSA pneumonia is dependent on IL-13 and enhancement of phagocyte function” American Journal of Pathology (2012) 181, 196-210

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153

Temperature dependence of electron magnetic resonance spectra of iron oxide nanoparticles mineralized in Listeria innocua protein cages

Robert J. Usselman, Stephen E. Russek, Michael T. Klem, Mark A. Allen, Trevor Douglas, Mark Young,Yves U. Idzerda, and David J. Singel “Temperature dependence of electron magnetic resonance spectra of iron oxide nanoparticles mineralized in Listeria innocua protein cages” J. Applied Physics (2012) 112, 084701

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152

Human Ferritin Cages for Imaging Vascular Macrophages

Masahiro Terashima, Masaki Uchida, Hisanori Kosuge, Philip S. Tsao, Mark J. Young, Steven M. Conolly, Trevor Douglas, and Michael V. McConnell “Human Ferritin Cages for Imaging Vascular Macrophages” Biomaterials (2011) 32, 1430 – 1437.

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151

Structure and photoelectrochemistry of a virus capsid-TiO2 nanocomposite

Craig Jolley, Michael Klem, Richard Harrington, John Parise, and Trevor Douglas “Structure and photoelectrochemistry of a virus capsid-TiO2 nanocomposite”, Nanoscale (2011) 3, 1004 – 1007.

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Monitoring Structural Transitions in Icosahedral Virus Protein Cages by Site Directed Spin Labeling

R.J. Ussellman, E.D. Walter, D. Willits, T. Douglas, M.J. Young, D.J. Singel “Monitoring Structural Transitions in Icosahedral Virus Protein Cages by Site Directed Spin Labeling” J Am Chem Soc (2011) 133, 4156–4159.

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149

Protein Cage Nanoparticles Bearing the LyP-1 Peptide for Enhanced Imaging of Macrophage-Rich Vascular Lesions

Masaki Uchida, Hisanori Kosuge, Masahiro Terashima, Deborah A.Willits, Lars O. Liepold, Mark J. Young, Michael V. McConnell, and Trevor Douglas “Protein Cage Nanoparticles Bearing the LyP-1 Peptide for Enhanced Imaging of Macrophage-Rich Vascular Lesions”, ACS Nano (2011) 5, 2493–2502.

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148

A water-soluble carbon nanotube network conjugated by nanoparticles with defined nanometer gaps

Mime Kobayashi, Bin Zheng, Shinya Kumagai, Yukiharu Uraoka, Trevor Douglas and Ichiro Yamashita “A water-soluble carbon nanotube network conjugated by nanoparticles with defined nanometer gaps” Chem Commun (2011) 47, 3475-3477.

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147

Templated Assembly of Organic-Inorganic Materials Using the Core Shell Structure of the P22 Bacteriophage

C. Reichhardt, M. Uchida, A. O’Neil, R. Li, P. Prevelige, T. Douglas “Templated Assembly of Organic-Inorganic Materials Using the Core Shell Structure of the P22 Bacteriophage” Chem Commun (2011) 47, 6326-6328.

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146

Development of a genetic system for the archaeal virus Sulfolobus turreted icosahedral virus

Jennifer Fulton Wirth, Jamie Snyder, Rebecca A. Hochstein, Alice C. Ortmann, Deborah A. Willits, Trevor Douglas, Mark Young “Development of a genetic system for the archaeal virus Sulfolobus turreted icosahedral virus” J. Virology (2011) 415, 6-11.

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145

All in the packaging: Structural and electronic effects of nanoconfinement on metal oxide nanoparticles

C. Jolley, V. Pool, Y. Idzerda, T. Douglas “All in the packaging: Structural and electronic effects of nanoconfinement on metal oxide nanoparticles” Chem Mater (2011) 23, 3921–3929.

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144

Biomimetic FePt nanoparticle synthesis within Pyrococcus furiosus ferritins and their layer-by-layer formation

Young Ji Kang, Masaki Uchida, Hyun-Hee Shin, Trevor Douglas, Sebyung Kang “Biomimetic FePt nanoparticle synthesis within Pyrococcus furiosus ferritins and their layer-by-layer formation”, Soft Matter (2011) 7, 11078-11081.

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143

Genetically Programmed In Vivo Packaging of Protein Cargo and Its Controlled Release from Bacteriophage P22

A. O’Neil, C. Reichhardt, P. Prevelige, T. Douglas “Genetically Programmed In Vivo Packaging of Protein Cargo and Its Controlled Release from Bacteriophage P22” Angewandte Chemie (2011) 50, 7425-7428.

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142

Orbital moment determination in (MnxFe1−x)3O4 nanoparticles

V.L. Pool, C. Jolley, T. Douglas, E.A. Arenholz, Y.U. Iderda “Orbital moment determination in (MnxFe1−x)3O4 nanoparticles” J. Applied Physics (2011) 109, 07B532.

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141

Structure, dynamics, and solvation in a disordered metal-organic coordination polymer: a multiscale study

C. Jolley, J. Lucon, M. Uchida, C. Reichhardt, M. Vaughn, B. LaFrance, T. Douglas “Structure, dynamics, and solvation in a disordered metal-organic coordination polymer: a multiscale study” J Coordination Chem (2011) 64, 4301-4317.

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140

Swelling and Softening of the CCMV Plant Virus Capsid in Response to pH Shifts

Bodo D. Wilts, Iwan A. T. Schaap, Mark J. Young, Trevor Douglas, Charles M. Knobler, Christoph F. Schmidt “Swelling and Softening of the CCMV Plant Virus Capsid in Response to pH Shifts” Biophysical Journal (2010) DOI: 10.1016/j.bpj.2009.12.3597

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139

Biomimetic synthesis of photoactive α-Fe2O3 templated by the hyperthermophilic ferritin from Pyrococus furiosus

Michael Klem, Mark Young, Trevor Douglas “Biomimetic synthesis of photoactive α-Fe2O3 templated by the hyperthermophilic ferritin from Pyrococus furiosus” J. Mater. Chem. (2010) 20, 65-67.

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138

Hydrogen Enhances Ni Ion Tolerance of Purple Sulfur Bacterium Thiocapsa roseopersicina

Oleg A. Zadvorny, Susan K. Brumfield, Trevor Douglas, Nikolay A. Zorin, and John W. Peters “Hydrogen Enhances Ni Ion Tolerance of Purple Sulfur Bacterium Thiocapsa roseopersicina” Environmental Science & Technology (2010) 44, 834-840.

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137

A Click Chemistry Based Coordination Polymer Inside Small Heat Shock Protein

Janice Lucon, Md. J. Abedin, Masaki Uchida, Lars O. Liepold, Mark Young, Trevor Douglas “A Click Chemistry Based Coordination Polymer Inside Small Heat Shock Protein” Chem. Commun. (2010) 46, 264 – 266.

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136

Some enzymes just need a space of their own

Sebyung Kang and Trevor Douglas “Some enzymes just need a space of their own” Science (2010) 327, 42-43.

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135

The Ferritin Superfamily: Supramolecular Templates for Materials Synthesis

Masaki Uchida, Sebyung Kang, Courtney Reichhardt, Kevin Harlen, Trevor Douglas “The Ferritin Superfamily: Supramolecular Templates for Materials Synthesis” Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (2010), 1800, 834–845.

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134

Protein Cage Nanoparticles as Secondary Building Units for the Synthesis of 3-Dimensional Coordination Polymers

Chris C. Broomell, Henrik Birkedal, Cristiano Luis Pinto De Oliveira, Jan S. Pedersen, Jan-Andre Gertenbach, Mark Young, and Trevor Douglas “Protein Cage Nanoparticles as Secondary Building Units for the Synthesis of 3-Dimensional Coordination Polymers” Soft Matter (2010) 6, 3167 – 3171.

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133

Targeted delivery of a photosensitizer to Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans biofilm

Peter Suci, Sebyung Kang, Rudolf Gmur, Trevor Douglas and Mark Young “Targeted delivery of a photosensitizer to Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans biofilm” Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy (2010), 54, 2489–2496.

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132

Size and crystallinity in protein-templated inorganic nanoparticles

C. Jolley, M. Uchida, C. Reichhardt, R. Harrington, S. Kang, M. Klem, J. Parise, T. Douglas, “Size and crystallinity in protein-templated inorganic nanoparticles” Chem Mater (2010) 22, 4612-4618.

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131

Site determination and magnetism of Mn doping in protein encapsulated iron oxide nanoparticles

V. Pool, M. Klem, C. Jolley, E.A. Arenholz, T. Douglas, M. Young, Y.U. Idzerda, “Site determination and magnetism of Mn doping in protein encapsulated iron oxide nanoparticles”, J. Applied Physics (2010) 107, 09B517.

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130

Virus particles as active nanomaterials that can rapidly change their viscoelastic properties in response to dilute solutions

Vamseedhar Rayaprolu, Ben Manning, Trevor Douglas and Brian Bothner “Virus particles as active nanomaterials that can rapidly change their viscoelastic properties in response to dilute solutions”, Soft Matter (2010) 6, 5286-5288.

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129

Two-component magnetic structure of iron oxide nanoparticles mineralized in Listeria innocua protein cages

R.J. Usselman, M. Klem, S. Russek, M. Young, T. Douglas, and Ron Goldfarb, “Two-component magnetic structure of iron oxide nanoparticles mineralized in Listeria innocua protein cages” J. Appl. Phys. (2010) 107, 114703.

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128

A Network-Theoretical Approach to Understanding Interstellar Chemistry

Craig C. Jolley and Trevor Douglas “A Network-Theoretical Approach to Understanding Interstellar Chemistry” The Astrophysical Journal (2010) 722, 1921-1931.

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127

Ion accumulation in a protein nanocage: finding noisy temporal sequences using a genetic algorithm

Craig C. Jolley, Trevor Douglas “Ion accumulation in a protein nanocage: finding noisy temporal sequences using a genetic algorithm”, Biophys J (2010) 99, 3385-3393.

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126

Implementation of P22 Viral Capsids as Nanoplatforms

Sebyung Kang, Masaki Uchida, Alison O’Neil, Rui Li, Peter E. Prevelige, and Trevor Douglas “Implementation of P22 Viral Capsids as Nanoplatforms” Biomacromolecules (2010) 11, 2804-2809.

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125

Bio-templated CdSe Nanoparticle Synthesis in a Cage Shaped Protein, Listeria-Dps, and Their Two Dimensional Ordered Array Self-Assembly

Mitsuhiro Okuda, Yoko Suzumoto, Kenji Iwahori, Sebyung Kang, Masaki Uchida, Trevor Douglas, and Ichiro Yamashita, “Bio-templated CdSe Nanoparticle Synthesis in a Cage Shaped Protein, Listeria-Dps, and Their Two Dimensional Ordered Array Self-Assembly”, Chem. Commun. (2010) 46, 8797-8799.

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124

Determination of Anisotropy Constants of Protein Encapsulated Iron Oxide Nanoparticles by Electron

H. Li, M.T Klem, K. B. Sebby, D.J. Singel, M. Young, T. Douglas, YU. Idzerda “Determination of Anisotropy Constants of Protein Encapsulated Iron Oxide Nanoparticles by Electron” J. of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials (2009) 321, 175-180.(2010) 46, 8797-8799.

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123

Prophylactic Efficacy of Intranasally Administered HSP Nanoparticles for Treating a Lethal SARS-CoV Infection in BALB/c Mice

Dale Barnard, James Wiley, Miles Wandersee, Yohichi Kumaki, Mark Young, Trevor Douglas, Allan Harmsen “Prophylactic Efficacy of Intranasally Administered HSP Nanoparticles for Treating a Lethal SARS-CoV Infection in BALB/c Mice” Antiviral Research (2009) DOI: 10.1016/j.antiviral.2009.02.059

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122

Correct Charge State Assignment of Native Electrospray Spectra of Protein Complexes

Lars O. Liepold, Luke M. Oltrogge, Peter Suci, Mark J. Young, Trevor Douglas “Correct Charge State Assignment of Native Electrospray Spectra of Protein Complexes” J. Amer. Society for Mass Spec. (2009) 20 435-442.

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121

Synergistic Effects of Mutations and Nanoparticle Templating in the Self-Assembly Of Cowpea Chlorotic Mottle Virus Capsids

S.E. Aniagyei, C.J. Kennedy, B. Stein, D.A. Willits, T. Douglas, M.J. Young, M. De, V. M. Rotello, D. Srisathiyanarayanan, C. C. Kao, and B. Dragnea, “Synergistic Effects of Mutations and Nanoparticle Templating in the Self-Assembly Of Cowpea Chlorotic Mottle Virus Capsids”, Nano Letters (2009) 9, 393-398.

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120

Genetics, biochemistry and structure of the archaeal virus STIV

J. Fulton, B.B. Bothner, M. Lawrence, J.E. Johnson, T. Douglas, M. Young “Genetics, biochemistry and structure of the archaeal virus STIV” Biochemical Society Transactions (2009) 37, 114-117.

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119

Synthesis of a crosslinked branched polymer network in the interior of a protein cage

Md. J. Abedin, L.O. Liepold, P. Suci, M. Young, T. Douglas “Synthesis of a crosslinked branched polymer network in the interior of a protein cage” J. Amer. Chem. Soc. (2009) 131, 4346-4354.

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118

Site Determination of Zn Doping in Protein Encapsulated ZnxFe3-xO4 Nanoparticles

V. Pool, M. Klem, J. Holroyd, T. Harris, E. Arenholz, T. Douglas, M. Young, and Y.U. Idzerda “Site Determination of Zn Doping in Protein Encapsulated ZnxFe3-xO4 Nanoparticles” J. Appl. Phys (2009) 105, 07B515.

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117

In-Plane Ordering of Genetically Engineered Viral Protein Cage

M. Klem, P. Suci, D. Britt, M. Young, T. Douglas “In-Plane Ordering of Genetically Engineered Viral Protein Cage” Journal of Adhesion (2009) 85, 69-77.

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116

Structural and Functional Studies of Archaeal Viruses

C. Martin Lawrence, Smita Menon, Brian J. Eilers, Brian Bothner, Trevor Douglas, and Mark J. Young “Structural and Functional Studies of Archaeal Viruses” J. Biological Chem. (2009) 284, 12599–12603.

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115

Particle assembly and ultrastructural features associated with replication of the lytic archaeal virus Sulfolobus turreted icosahedral virus (STIV)

S. Brumfield, A. Ortmann, V. Ruigrok, P. Suci, T. Douglas, M. Young “Particle assembly and ultrastructural features associated with replication of the lytic archaeal virus Sulfolobus turreted icosahedral virus (STIV)” J. Virology (2009) 83, 5964–5970.

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114

From Metal Binding to Nanoparticle Formation; Monitoring Biomimetic Iron Oxide Synthesis within Protein Cages using Mass Spectrometry

Sebyung Kang, Craig C. Jolley, Lars O. Liepold, Mark Young, and Trevor Douglas, “From Metal Binding to Nanoparticle Formation; Monitoring Biomimetic Iron Oxide Synthesis within Protein Cages using Mass Spectrometry”, Angew. Chemie. (2009) 48, 4772-4776.

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113

Janus-like Protein Cages; Spatially Controlled Dual-functional Surface Modifications of Protein Cages

Sebyung Kang, Peter A. Suci, Chris C. Broomell, Ichiro Yamashita, Mark Young, and Trevor Douglas “Janus-like Protein Cages; Spatially Controlled Dual-functional Surface Modifications of Protein Cages” Nano Letters (2009), 6, 2360-2366.

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112

Photosensitizer Efficiency in Genetically Modified Protein Cage Architectures

Z. Varpness, P. Suci, D. Ensign, M. Young, T. Douglas “Photosensitizer Efficiency in Genetically Modified Protein Cage Architectures” Chem Commun (2009) 3726-3728.

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111

A streptavidin-protein cage Janus particle for polarized targeting and modular functionalization

P. Suci, S. Kang, M. Young, T. Douglas “A streptavidin-protein cage Janus particle for polarized targeting and modular functionalization” J. Amer. Chem. Soc. (2009) 131, 9164–9165.

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110

Targeted Protein Cage Nanoparticles Detects Macrophages Accumulation in Mouse Atherosclerosis using Fluorescence Imaging

Masahiro Terashima, Masaki Uchida, Hisanori Kosuge, Mark Young, Trevor Douglas and Michael McConnell, “Targeted Protein Cage Nanoparticles Detects Macrophages Accumulation in Mouse Atherosclerosis using Fluorescence Imaging” Circulation 118, S554-S555, 2009.


109

Something old, something new, something borrowed; how the thermoacidophilic archeaon Sulfolobus solfataricus responds to oxidative stress

W. S. Maaty, B. Wiedenheft, J. Heinemann, P. Tarlykov, J. Robison-Cox, N. Schaff, J. Valenzuela, A. Dougherty, P. Blum, T. Douglas, M. J. Young and B. Bothner “Something old, something new, something borrowed; how the thermoacidophilic archeaon Sulfolobus solfataricus responds to oxidative stress” PLOS One (2009) 4, e6964.

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108

Inducible Bronchus-Associated Lymphoid Tissue Elicited by a Protein Cage Nanoparticle Enhances Protection in Mice against Diverse Respiratory Viruses

James A. Wiley, Laura E. Richert, Steve D. Swain, Ann Harmsen, Dale L. Barnard, Troy D. Randall, Mark Jutila, Trevor Douglas, Chris Broomell, Mark Young, Allen Harmsen. “Inducible Bronchus-Associated Lymphoid Tissue Elicited by a Protein Cage Nanoparticle Enhances Protection in Mice against Diverse Respiratory Viruses” PLOS One (2009) 4, e7142.

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107

Supramolecular protein cage composite MR contrast agents with extremely efficient relaxivity properties

Lars O. Liepold, Md Joynal Abedin, Emily D. Buckhouse, Joseph A. Frank, Mark J. Young, Trevor Douglas “Supramolecular protein cage composite MR contrast agents with extremely efficient relaxivity properties” Nano Letters (2009) 9, 4520–4526.

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106

Expanding the Temperature Range of Biomimetic Synthesis Using a Ferritin from the Hyperthermophile Pyrococcus furiosus

M. Parker, B. Ramsay, M. Allen, M. Klem, M. Young, T. Douglas “Expanding the Temperature Range of Biomimetic Synthesis Using a Ferritin from the Hyperthermophile Pyrococcus furiosus” Chem. Mater. (2008) 20, 1541-1547.

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105

Photochemical Mineralization of Europium, Titanium and Iron Oxyhydroxide Nanoparticles in the Ferritin Protein Cage

M. Klem, J. Mosolf, M. Young, T. Douglas “Photochemical Mineralization of Europium, Titanium, and Iron Oxyhydroxide nanoparticles in the Ferritin Protein Cage” Inorganic Chemistry (2008) 47, 2237-2239.

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104

Transcriptome analysis of infection of the archaeon Sulfolobus solfataricus with STIV

Alice C. Ortmann, Susan K. Brumfield, Jasper Walther, Kathleen McInnerney, Stan J. J. Brouns, Harmen J. G. van de Werken, Brian Bothner, Trevor Douglas, John van de Oost, and Mark J. Young “Transcriptome analysis of infection of the archaeon Sulfolobus solfataricus with STIV” J. Virology (2008) 82, 4874-4883.

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103

H2 catalysis by Pt nanoparticles in Ferritin

Z. Varpness, C. Shoopman, J. Peters, M. Young, T. Douglas “H2 catalysis by Pt nanoparticles in Ferritin” ACS Symposium Series (2008) 986, 263- 272.


102

Biomimetic Synthesis of β-TiO2 Inside a Viral Capsid

M. Klem, M. Young, T. Douglas “Biomimetic Synthesis of β-TiO2 Inside a Viral Capsid” J. Materials Chem (2008) 18, 3821-3823.

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101

Plant Viruses as Biotemplates for Materials and Their Use in Nanotechnology

M. Young, D. Willits, M. Uchida, T. Douglas “Plant Viruses as Biotemplates for Materials and Their Use in Nanotechnology” Annual Reviews in Phytopathology (2008) 46, 361-368.

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100

Monitoring Biomimetic Platinum Nanocluster Formation using Non-covalent Mass Spectrometry and Cluster Dependent H2 Production

Sebyung Kang, Janice Lucon, Zachary B. Varpness, Lars Liepold, Masaki Uchida, Debbie Willits, Mark J. Young, and Trevor Douglas “Monitoring Biomimetic Platinum Nanocluster Formation using Non-covalent Mass Spectrometry and Cluster Dependent H2 Production” Angewandte Chemie (2008) 47, 7845 – 7848.

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99

A Library of Protein Cage Architectures as Nanomaterials

M.L. Flenniken, L. Liepold, S. Kang, M. Uchida, M.J. Young, T. Douglas “A Library of Protein Cage Architectures as Nanomaterials” Current Opinion in Microbiology and Immunology (2008) 327, 71-94.

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98

Signal amplification using nanoplatform cluster formation

P. Suci, M. Klem, M. Young, T. Douglas “Signal amplification using nanoplatform cluster formation” Soft Matter (2008), 4, 2519 – 2523.

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97

A Human Ferritin Iron Oxide Nano-composite Magnetic Resonance Contrast Agent

M. Uchida, M. Terashima, C. H. Cunningham, Y. Suzuki, D.A.Willits, A. F. Willis, P. C. Yang, P. S. Tsao, M. V. McConnell, M. J. Young and T. Douglas. “A Human Ferritin Iron Oxide Nano-composite Magnetic Resonance Contrast Agent” Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2008) 60, 1073-1081.

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96

Controlled Assembly of Bifunctional Chimeric Protein Cages and Composition Analysis using Non-covalent Mass Spectrometry

Sebyung Kang, Luke M. Oltrogge, Chris C. Broomell, Lars O. Liepold, Peter E. Prevelige, Mark Young, and Trevor Douglas “Controlled Assembly of Bifunctional Chimeric Protein Cages and Composition Analysis using Non-covalent Mass Spectrometry” J. Amer. Chem. Soc. (2008) 130, 16527-16529.

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95

Intra-cellular Distribution of Macrophage Targeting Ferritin Iron Oxide Nano-composite

Masaki Uchida, Deborah A. Willits, Karin Muller, Ann F. Willis, Mark J. Young, Alexandra E. Porter and Trevor Douglas “Intra-cellular Distribution of Macrophage Targeting Ferritin Iron Oxide Nano-composite” Advanced Materials (2008) 20, 1-5.

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94

Virus movement maintains local virus population diversity

J.C. Snyder, B. Wiedenheft, M. Lavin, F. Roberto, J. Spuhler, A.C. Ortmann, T. Douglas, M. Young “Virus movement maintains local virus population diversity“ Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2007) 104, 19102-19107.

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93

Biodistribution studies of protein cage nanoparticles demonstrate broad tissue distribution and rapid clearance in vivo

C. R. Kaiser, M. Flenniken, E. Gillitzer, A. G.Harmsen, A. L.Harmsen, M. Jutila, T.Douglas, and M. J. Young “Biodistribution studies of protein cage nanoparticles demonstrate broad tissue distribution and rapid clearance in vivo.” Int J Nanomedicine (2007) 2, 715 – 731.

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92

Targeting and Photodynamic Killing of a Microbial Pathogen Using Protein Cage Architectures Functionalized with a Photosensitizer

P.A. Suci, Z. Varpness, E. Gillitzer, T. Douglas, M. Young “Targeting and Photodynamic Killing of a Microbial Pathogen Using Protein Cage Architectures Functionalized with a Photosensitizer “ Langmuir (2007) 23, 12280 – 12286.

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91

High-density targeting of a viral multifunctional nanoplatform to a pathogenic, biofilm-forming bacterium

P. A. Suci, D. L. Berglund, L. Liepold, S. Brumfield, B. Pitts, W. Davison, L. Oltrogge, K. O. Hoyt, S. Codd, P. S. Stewart, M. Young and T. Douglas “High-density targeting of a viral multifunctional nanoplatform to a pathogenic, biofilm-forming bacterium.” Chemistry & Biology (2007) 14, 387-398.

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90

Viral Capsids as MRI contrast agents

L.O. Liepold, S. Anderson, D. Willits, L. Oltrogge, J.A. Frank, T. Douglas, and M. Young “Viral Capsids as MRI contrast agents” Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2007) 58, 871-880.

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89

Biological Containers: Protein Cages as Multifunctional Nanoplatforms

M. Uchida, M.T. Klem, M Flenniken, M. Allen, Z. Varpness, E. Gillitzer, P. Suci, M. Young and T. Douglas “Biological Containers: Protein Cages as Multifunctional Nanoplatforms” Advanced Materials (2007) 19, 1025-1042.

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88

Bioprospecting in high temperature environments; application of thermostable protein cages

B. Wiedenheft, M. Flenniken, M.A.Allen, M. Young, T. Douglas “Bioprospecting in high temperature environments; application of thermostable protein cages“ Soft Matter (2007) 3, 1019-1098.

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87

Synthetic control over magnetic moment and exchange bias in all-oxide materials encapsulated within a spherical protein cage

M. T. Klem, D. A. Resnick, K. Gilmore, M. Young, Y. U. Idzerda and T. Douglas “Synthetic control over magnetic moment and exchange bias in all-oxide materials encapsulated within a spherical protein cage” J Am Chem Soc (2007) 129: 197-201.

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86

Targeting of cancer cells with ferrimagnetic ferritin cage nanoparticles

M. Uchida, M. L. Flenniken, M. Allen, D. A. Willits, B. E. Crowley, S. Brumfield, A. F. Willis, L. Jackiw, M. Jutila, M. J. Young and T. Douglas “Targeting of cancer cells with ferrimagnetic ferritin cage nanoparticles.” J Am Chem Soc (2006) 128: 16626-33.

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85

Assembly of multilayer layer films incorporating a viral protein cage architecture

P. Suci, M. Klem, T. Douglas, M. Young “Assembly of multilayer layer films incorporating a viral protein cage architecture” Langmuir (2006) 22, 8891-8896.

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84

Controlled Ligand Display on a Symmetrical Protein-Cage Architecture Through Mixed Assembly

E. Gillitzer, P. Suci, M. Young, T. Douglas “Controlled Ligand Display on a Symmetrical Protein-Cage Architecture Through Mixed Assembly” Small (2006) 2, 962-966.

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83

Structure of the DPS-like Protein from Sulfolobus solfataricus Reveals a Bacterioferritin-Like Dimetal Binding Site within a DPS-Like Dodecameric Assembly

G.H. Gauss, P. Benas, B. Wiedenheft, M. Young, T. Douglas, C. M. Lawrence “Structure of the DPS-Like Protein from Sulfolobus solfataricus Reveals a Bacterioferritin-Like Dimetal Binding Site within a DPS-Like Dodecameric Assembly” Biochemistry (2006) 45, 10815 – 10827.

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Characterization of the Archaeal Thermophile Sulfolobus Turreted Icosahedral Virus Validates an Evolutionary Link among Double-Stranded DNA Viruses from All Domains of Life

W.S.A. Maaty, A. Ortmann, M. Dlakic, K. Schulstad, J. Hilmer, L.O. Liepold, B. Wiedenheft, R. Khayat, T. Douglas, M. Young, B. Bothner “Characterization of the Archaeal Thermophile Sulfolobus Turreted Icosahedral Virus Validates an Evolutionary Link among Double-Stranded DNA Viruses from All Domains of Life” J. Virology (2006) 80, 7625-7635.

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81

Hot crenarchaeal viruses reveal deep evolutionary connections

A. Ortmann, B. Wiedenheft, T. Douglas, M. Young “Hot crenarchaeal viruses reveal deep evolutionary connections“ Nature Reviews Microbiology (2006) 4, 520-528.

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80

Viruses: Making Friends With Old Foes

T. Douglas, M. Young “Viruses: Making Friends With Old Foes” Science (2006) 312, 873-875.

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79

Brain Engraftment and Therapeutic Potential of Stem/Progenitor Cells Derived from Mouse Skin

P. Tunici, J. W.M. Bulte, M. G. Bruzzone, P. L. Poliani, L. Cajola, M. Grisoli, T. Douglas, G. Finocchiaro, “Brain Engraftment and Therapeutic Potential of Stem/Progenitor Cells Derived From Mouse Skin ” J Gene Med (2006) 8, 506-513.

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Magnetic properties of Co3O4 nanoparticles mineralized in Listeria innocua Dps

D. A. Resnick, K. Gilmore, Y. U. Idzerda, M. T. Klem, M. Allen, E. Arenholz, T. Douglas, M. Young “Magnetic properties of Co3O4 nanoparticles mineralized in Listeria innocua Dps” J. Appl. Physics (2006) 99, 08Q501.

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77

Dps-like protein from the hyperthermophilic archaeaon Pyrococcus furiosis

B. Ramsey, B. Wiedenheft, M. Allen, G. H. Gauss, C. M. Lawrence, M. Young, T. Douglas “Dps-like protein from the hyperthermophilic archaeaon Pyrococcus furiosis” J. Inorganic Biochemistry (2006) 100, 1061-1068.

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76

A radical solution for the biosynthesis of the H-cluster of hydrogenase

J.W. Peters, R.K. Szilagyi, A. Naumov, and T. Douglas “A radical solution for the biosynthesis of the H-cluster of hydrogenase” FEBS Lett (2006) 580, 363-367.

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75

Melanoma and Lymphocyte Targeting Incorporated into a Heat Shock Protein Cage Architecture

M.L. Flenniken, D.A. Willits, A.L. Harmsen, L.O. Liepold, A.G. Harmsen, M.J. Young, T. Douglas “Melanoma and Lymphocyte Targeting Incorporated into a Heat Shock Protein Cage Architecture” Chemistry and Biology (2006) 13, 161-170.

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74

Immobilization of Active Hydrogenases by Encapsulation in Polymeric Porous Gels

T.E. Elgren, O.A. Zadvorny, E. Brecht, T. Douglas, N.A. Zorin, M.J. Maroney, J.W. Peters “Immobilization of Active Hydrogenases by Encapsulation in Polymeric Porous Gels” Nano Letters (2005) 5, 2085-2087.

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73

Biomimetic synthesis of a H2 catalyst using a protein cage architecture

Z. Varpness, J. Peters, M. Young, T. Douglas “Biomimetic synthesis of a H2 catalyst using a protein cage architecture” Nano Letters (2005), 5, 2306-2309.

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Structural Transitions in Cowpea Chlorotic Mottle Virus (CCMV)

L.O. Liepold, J. Revis, M.A. Allen, L. Oltrogge, M. Young, T. Douglas “Structural Transitions in Cowpea Chlorotic Mottle Virus (CCMV)” Physical Biology (2005) 2, 166 – 172.

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Paramagnetic Viral Nanoparticles as Potential High-Relaxivity Magnetic Resonance Contrast Agents

M. A. Allen, J.W.M. Bulte, L.O. Liepold, G. Basu, H.A. Zywicke, J.A. Frank, M. Young, T. Douglas “Paramagnetic Viral Nanoparticles as Potential High-Relaxivity Magnetic Resonance Contrast Agents” Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2005), 54, 807-812.

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Charge Development on Ferritin: An Electrokinetic study of a Protein Containing a Ferrihydrite Nanoparticle

M.A.Allen, T. Douglas, D. Nest, M. Schoonen, D.R. Strongin “Charge Development on Ferritin: An Electrokinetic study of a Protein Containing a Ferrihydrite Nanoparticle” Nanotechnology and the Environment ACS Symposium Series (2005) 890, 226-229.

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A Bioengineering Approach to the Production of Metal and Metal Oxide Nanoparticles

H-A. Hosein, D.R. Strongin, T. Douglas, K. Rosso “A Bioengineering Approach to the Production of Metal and Metal Oxide Nanoparticles” Nanotechnology and the Environment ACS Symposium Series (2005) 890, 230-237.

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Electron Magnetic Resonance of Iron Oxide Nanoparticles Mineralized in Protein Cages

R.J.Usselman, M.T. Klem, M. Allen, T. Douglas, D.J. Singel , D. Willits, M. Young, K. Gilmore, Y Idzerda. “Electron Magnetic Resonance of Iron Oxide Nanoparticles Mineralized in Protein Cages” J. Appl. Physics (2005) 97, 10M523.

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Surface Contribution to the Anisotropy Energy of Spherical Magnetite Particles

K. Gilmore,Y.U. Idzerda, M.T. Klem, M.Allen, and T.Douglas, M.Young “Surface Contribution to the Anisotropy Energy of Spherical Magnetite Particles” J. Appl. Physics (2005) 97, 10B301.

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Biomimetic Magnetic Nanoparticles

M.T. Klem, M. Young, T. Douglas “Biomimetic Magnetic Nanoparticles” Materials Today (2005) 8, 28-37.

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Archaeal Viruses from Yellowstone’s High Temperature Environments

M. Young, J. Snyder, B. Wiedenheft, J. Spuhler, F. Roberto, and T. Douglas “Archaeal Viruses from Yellowstone’s High Temperature Environments” in Geothermal Biology and Geochemistry in Yellowstone National Park, Thermal Biology Institute, 2005.


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Selective Attachment and Release of a Chemotherapeutic Agent from the Interior of a Protein Cage Architecture

M.L. Flenniken, L.O. Liepold, B.E. Crowley, D.A. Willits, M.J. Young, T. Douglas “Selective Attachment and Release of a Chemotherapeutic Agent from the Interior of a Protein Cage Architecture” Chemical Communications (2005), 447-449.

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Influence of electrostatic interactions on surface adsorption of a viral protein cage

P.A.Suci, M.T. Klem, T. Douglas, and M.J. Young “Influence of electrostatic interactions on surface adsorption of a viral protein cage” Langmuir (2005) 21, 8686-8693.

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Bio-Inspired Synthesis of Protein Encapsulated CoPt Nanoparticles

M.T. Klem, D.A. Willits, D.J. Solis, A.M. Belcher, M. Young, and T. Douglas “Bio-Inspired Synthesis of Protein Encapsulated CoPt Nanoparticles” Advanced Functional Materials (2005) 15, 1489-1494.

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An archaeal antioxidant: Characterization of a Dps-like protein from Sulfolobus solfataricus

B. Wiedenheft, D. Willits, J. Mosolf, M.Yeager, K. Dryden, M. Young and T. Douglas “An archaeal antioxidant: Characterization of a Dps-like protein from Sulfolobus solfataricus” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2005) 102, 10551-10556.

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Self-assembling protein cage systems and applications in nanotechnology

T. Douglas, M. Allen, M. Young “Self-assembling protein cage systems and applications in nanotechnology”, Biopolymers Online (2005) 8, 405-426.

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Effects of culturing on the population structure of a hyperthermophilic virus

J. Snyder, J.C. Spuhler, B. Wiedenheft, F. Roberto, T. Douglas, M. Young “Effects of culturing on the population structure of a hyperthermophilic virus” Micobial Ecology (2004) 48, 561-566.

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Microbe Manufacturers of Semiconductors

M. Flenniken, M. Allen, T. Douglas “Microbe Manufacturers of Semiconductors” Chemistry & Biology (2004) 11, 1478-1480.

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Modeling the magnetic behavior of g-Fe2O3 nanoparticles mineralized in ferritin

D. Resnick, K. Gilmore, Y.U. Idzerda, M. Klem, E. Smith, T. Douglas “Modeling the magnetic behavior of g-Fe2O3 nanoparticles mineralized in ferritin”, J. Applied Physics (2004) 95, 7127-7129.

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Iron and Cobalt Oxide and Metallic Nanoparticles Prepared from Ferritin

H-A. Hosein, D.A. Strongin, M.A. Allen, T. Douglas ” Iron and Cobalt Oxide and Metallic Nanoparticles Prepared from Ferritin” Langmuir (2004) 20, 10283-10287.

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Comparative genomic analysis of hyperthermophilic Archaeal fuselloviridae viruses

B. Wiedenheft, K. Stedman, F. Roberto, D. Willits, A.-K. Gleske, L. Zoeller, J. Snyder, T. Douglas and M.Young, “Comparative genomic analysis of hyperthermophilic Archaeal fuselloviridae viruses” J. Virology (2004) 78, 1954-1961.

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Heterologous expression of the modified coat protein of Cowpea chlorotic mottle bromovirus results in the assembly of protein cages with altered architectures and function

S. Brumfield, D. Willits, L. Tang, J.E. Johnson, T. Douglas, and M.Young, “Heterologous expression of the modified coat protein on Cowpea chlorotic mottle bromovirus results in the assembly of protein cages with altered architectures and function”, J. General Virology (2004) 85, 1049-1053.

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Photocatalytic Synthesis of Copper Colloids From Cu(II) by the Ferrihydrite Core of Ferritin

D. Ensign, M. Young, T. Douglas, “Photocatalytic Synthesis of Copper Colloids From Cu(II) by the Ferrihydrite Core of Ferritin” Inorganic Chemistry (2004), 43, 3441-3446.

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The structure of a thermophilic archaeal virus shows a double-stranded DNA viral capsid type spans all domains of life

G. Rice, L. Tang, K. Stedman, F. Roberto, J. Spuhler, Eric Gillitzer, J.E. Johnson, T. Douglas, and M. Young “The structure of a thermophilic archaeal virus shows a double-stranded DNA viral capsid type spans all domains of life” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2004), 101, 7716-7720.

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In vivo magnetic resonance tracking of olfactory ensheathing glia grafted into the rat spinal cord

I-H. Lee, J.W.M. Bulte, P. Schweinhardt, T. Douglas, A. Trifunovski, C. Hofstetter, L. Olson , C. Spenger. “In vivo magnetic resonance tracking of olfactory ensheathing glia grafted into the rat spinal cord”, Experimental Neurology (2004), 187, 509-516.

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Noninvasive Monitoring of Stem Cell Transfer for Muscle Disorders

G.A. Walter, K.S. Cahill, J.Huard, H. Feng, T. Douglas, H.L.Sweeney, and J.W.M. Bulte “Noninvasive Monitoring of Stem Cell Transfer for Muscle Disorders”Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2004), 51, 273-277.

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Preparation of Magnetically Labeled Cells for Cell Tracking by Magnetic Resonance Imaging

J.W.M. Bulte, A.S. Arbab, T. Douglas, J.A. Frank “Preparation of Magnetically Labeled Cells for Cell Tracking by Magnetic Resonance Imaging” Methods in Enzymology (2004) 386, 275-299.

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Effects of the Cowpea chlorotic mottle bromovirus b-hexamer structure on virion assembly

D. Willits, X. Zhao, N. Olson, T.S. Baker, A. Zlotnick, J.E. Johnson, T. Douglas, and M.J. Young “Effects of the Cowpea chlorotic mottle bromovirus b-hexamer structure on virion assembly” Virology, (2003) 306, 280-288.

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A Bright Bio-inspired Future

T. Douglas “A Bright Bio-inspired Future”, Science (2003), 299, 1192-1193.

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MR Microscopy of Magnetically Labeled Neurospheres Transplanted Into the Lewis EAE Rat Brain

J.W.M. Bulte, B.R. Miller, R. Mizachi-Kol, O. Einstein, E. Reinhartz, H.A. Zywicke, T. Douglas, and J.A. Franks “MR Microscopy of Magnetically Labeled Neurospheres Transplanted Into the Lewis EAE Rat Brain” Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (2003) 50, 201-205.

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Metal binding to Cowpea Chlorotic mottle Virus using Tb(III) Fluorescence

T. Douglas, M. Allen, M. Young “Self-assembling protein cage systems and applications in nanotechnology”, Biopolymers (2003) 8, 405-426.

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Constrained Synthesis of Cobalt Oxide Nano-Materials In the 12-subunit Protein Cage From Listeria innocua

M.A. Allen, D. Willits, M. Young, T. Douglas “Constrained Synthesis of Cobalt Oxide Nano-Materials In the 12-subunit Protein Cage From Listeria innocua” Inorganic Chemistry (2003) 42, 6300-6305.

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2-D Array Formation of Genetically Engineered Viral Cages on Au Surfaces and Imaging by Atomic Force Microscopy

M. T. Klem, D. A. Willits, M. J. Young, and T. Douglas “2-D Array Formation of Genetically Engineered Viral Cages on Au Surfaces and Imaging by Atomic Force Microscopy ” J. American Chemical Society (2003) 125, 1056-1057

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The Small Heat Shock Protein from Methanococcus jannaschii is a Versatile Nano-scale Platform for Genetic and Chemical Modification

M.L. Flenniken, D.A. Willits, S. Brumfield, M.J. Young, and T. Douglas “The Small Heat Shock Protein from Methanococcus jannaschii is a Versatile Nano-scale Platform for Genetic and Chemical Modification” Nano Letters (2003) 3, 1573-1576.

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Monitoring Stem Cell Therapy in Vivo Using Magnetodendrimers as a New Class of Cellular MR Contrast Agents

Jeff W. M. Bulte, Trevor Douglas, Brian Witwer, Su-Chun Zhang, Bobbi K. Lewis, Peter van Gelderen, Holly Zywicke “Monitoring Stem Cell Therapy in Vivo Using Magnetodendrimers as a New Class of Cellular MR Contrast Agents” Academic Radiology (2002) DOI: 10.1016/S1076-6332(03)80221-0

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Chemical Modification of a Viral Cage for Multivalent Presentation

E. Gillitzer, D. Willits, M. Young, and T. Douglas “Chemical Modification of a Viral Cage for Multivalent Presentation” Chemical Communications (2002) 2390-2391.

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MR microscopy of magnetodendrimer uptake in single cells

P. D. Majors, E. J. Ackerman, R. A. Wind, T. Douglas, and J. W. M. Bulte, Proc. Intl. Soc. Magn. Reson. Med. (2002), 10, 2571


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Photochemical reactivity of ferritin for Cr(VI) reduction

Ivan Kim, H-A. Hosein, D.A.Strongin, T.Douglas, “Photochemical reactivity of ferritin for Cr(VI) reduction”, Chemistry of Materials (2002), 14, 4874-4879.

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Protein Cage Constrained Synthesis of Ferrimagnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles

M. Allen, D. Willits, J. Mosolf, M. Young, and T. Douglas, “Protein Cage Constrained Synthesis of Ferrimagnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles” Advanced Materials (2002) 14, 1562-1565.

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Protein Engineering of a Viral Cage for Constrained Nano-Materials Synthesis

T. Douglas, E. Strable, D. Willits, A. Aitouchen, M. Libera, and M. Young, “Protein Engineering of a Viral Cage for Constrained Nano-Materials Synthesis” Advanced Materials (2002), 14, 415-418.

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Ordered association of tobacco mosaic virus in the presence of divalent metal ions

Aleksey Nedoluzhko, Trevor Douglas “Ordered association of tobacco mosaic virus in the presence of divalent metal ions” Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry (2001) DOI: 10.1016/s0162-0134(01)00174-x

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Magnetodendrimers as a New Class of MR Contrast Agents for Universal, Non-Specific Magnetic Labeling and In Vivo Tracking of Mammalian (Stem) Cells

J.W.M. Bulte, T. Douglas, B. Witwer, S-C. Zhang, E. Strable, B.K. Lewis, H. Zywicke, B. Miller, P. van Gelderen, B.M. Moskowitz, I.D. Duncan, and J.A. Franks “Magnetodendrimers as a New Class of MR Contrast Agents for Universal, Non-Specific Magnetic Labeling and In Vivo Tracking of Mammalian (Stem) Cells” Nature Biotechnology (2001), 19, 1141.

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Biomimetic Materials Chemistry

A. Nedoluzhko, T. Douglas “Biomimetic Materials Chemistry” in Focus on Biotechnology (vol 7), M de Cuyper, J.W.M. Bulte (eds.), Kluwer Academic Press, Dordrecht, 2001.

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Magnetodendrimers: Synthesis of Soluble Nanophase Mineral-Organic Composites

E. Strable, J.W.M Bulte,.B.M. Moskowitz, K. Vivekanandan, M. Allen, T. Douglas “Magnetodendrimers: Synthesis of Soluble Nanophase Mineral-Organic Composites” Chemistry of Materials (2001), 13, 2201-2209.

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Dynamic Relaxometry: Application to Iron Uptake by Ferritin

V. Herynek, J.W.M. Bulte, T. Douglas, R.A. Brooks “Dynamic Relaxometry: Application to Iron Uptake by Ferritin” Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry (2000) 5, 51-56.

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Nanophase Cobalt Oxyhydroxide Mineral Synthesized within the Protein Cage of Ferritin

T. Douglas and V. Stark “Nanophase Cobalt Oxyhydroxide Mineral Synthesized within the Protein Cage of Ferritin” Inorganic Chemistry (2000) 39, 1828-1830.

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Virus Particles as Templates for Materials Synthesis

Trevor Douglas, Mark Young “Virus Particles as Templates for Materials Synthesis” Advanced Materials (1999) DOI: 10.1002/(SICI)1521-4095(199906)11:8<679::AID-ADMA679>3.0.CO;2-J

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Inorganic-Organic Nanotube Composites From Template Mineralization of Tobacco Mosaic Virus

W. Shenton, T. Douglas, M. Young, G. Stubbs, S. Mann “Inorganic-Organic Nanotube Composites From Template Mineralization of Tobacco Mosaic Virus ” Advanced Materials (1999), 11, 253-256.

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Self-Assembled Single-Chain Oligo(p-Phenylene) Amphiphiles: Reversed Micelles, Vesicles, and Gels

V. Sidorov, T. Douglas, S.M. Dzekunov, D. Abdallah, B. Ghebremariam, P.D. Roepe and Stefan Matile “Self-Assembled Single-Chain Oligo(p-Phenylene) Amphiphiles: Reversed Micelles, Vesicles, and Gels” Chemical Communications (1999), 1429-1430.

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Synthesis and Characterisation of Hydrophobic Ferritin Proteins

K. K. W. Wong, H. Colfen, N. T. Whilton, T. Douglas, and S. Mann, ” Synthesis and Characterisation of Hydrophobic Ferritin Proteins” J. Inorganic Biochemisrty(1999) 76, 187-195.

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Biomimetic Synthesis and Characterization of Magnetic Proteins (Magnetoferritin)

K.K.W. Wong, T. Douglas, S. Gider, D.D. Awschalom and S. Mann “Biomimetic Synthesis and Characterization of Magnetic Proteins (Magnetoferritin)” Chemistry of Materials, (1998), 10, 279-285.

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Hydrophobic Proteins: Synthesis and Characterisation of Organic-Soluble Alkylated Ferritins

K. K. W. Wong, N. T. Whilton, H. Colfen, T. Douglas, and S. Mann, “Hydrophobic Proteins: Synthesis and Characterisation of Organic-Soluble Alkylated Ferritins,” Chemical Communications (1998), 1621-1622.

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Calculated Electrostatic Gradients in Recombinant Human H-Chain Ferritin

T. Douglas, D.R. Ripoll, “Calculated Electrostatic Gradients in Recombinant Human H-Chain Ferritin” Protein Science (1998), 7, 1083-1091.

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Host Guest Encapsulation of Materials by Assembled Virus Protein Cages

T. Douglas, M. Young, ” Host Guest Encapsulation of Materials by Assembled Virus Protein Cages” Nature (1998) 393, 152-155.

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Determination of the Preexponential Frequency Factor for Superparamagnetic Maghemite Particles in Magnetoferritin

B.M. Moskowitz, R.B. Frankel, S.A. Walton, D.P.E. Dickson, K.K.W. Wong, T. Douglas, S. Mann, “Determination of the Preexponential Frequency Factor for Superparamagnetic Maghemite Particles in Magnetoferritin” J. Geophys. Res., (1997), 102, 22671-22680.

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Immunomagnetic Isolation of Magnetoferritin-labeled Cells in a Modified Ferrograph

M. Zborowski, C. B. Fuh, R. Green, N. J. Baldwin, S. Reddy, T. Douglas, S. Mann, J.J. Chalmers, “Immunomagnetic Isolation of Magnetoferritin-labeled Cells in a Modified Ferrograph” Cytometry (1996) 24, 251-259.

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Classical and Quantum Magnetism in Synthetic Ferritin Proteins

S. Gider, D.D. Awschalom, T. Douglas, K. Wong, S. Mann, G. Cain, “Classical and Quantum Magnetism in Synthetic Ferritin Proteins” J. Appl. Phys. (1996) 79, 5324-5326.

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Inorganic-Protein Interactions in the Synthesis of a Ferrimagnetic Nanocomposite

T. Douglas, J.W.M. Bulte, Q.A. Pankhurst, D.P.E. Dickson, B.M. Moskowitz, R.B. Frankel, S. Mann, “Inorganic-Protein Interactions in the Synthesis of a Ferrimagnetic Nanocomposite”, in Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Composites, J.E. Mark, P. Bianconi (eds), American Chemical Society, Washington DC (1995).

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Reconstitution of Manganese Oxide Cores in Horse Spleen and Recombinant Ferritins

F.C. Meldrum, T. Douglas, S. Levi, P. Arosio, S. Mann, “Reconstitution of Manganese Oxide Cores in Horse Spleen and Recombinant Ferritins” Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, (1995) 58 59-68.

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Initial Assessment of Magnetoferritin Biokinetics and Proton Relaxation Enhancement in Rats

J.W.M. Bulte, T. Douglas, S. Mann, J. Vymazal, P.G. Laughlin, J.A. Frank, “Initial Assessment of Magnetoferritin Biokinetics and Proton Relaxation Enhancement in Rats” Academic Radiology (1995) 2 871-878.

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Classical and Quantum Magnetic Phenomena in Natural and Artificial Ferritin Proteins

S. Gider, D. D. Awschalom, T. Douglas, S. Mann, M. Chaparala, “Classical and Quantum Magnetic Phenomena in Natural and Artificial Ferritin Proteins”, Science (1995) 268, 77-80.

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Synthesis and Structure of an Iron(III) Sulfide-Ferritin Bioinorganic Nanocomposite

T. Douglas, D.P.E. Dickson, S. Betteridge, J. Charnock, C. D. Garner, S. Mann, “Synthesis and Structure of an Iron(III) Sulfide-Ferritin Bioinorganic Nanocomposite”, Science (1995), 269, 54-57.

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Mössbauer Spectroscopic (and Magnetic) Studies of Magnetoferritin

Q.A. Pankhurst, S. Betteridge, D.P.E. Dickson, T. Douglas, S. Mann, R.B. Frankel, “Mössbauer Spectroscopic (and Magnetic) Studies of Magnetoferritin”, Hyperfine Interactions (1994), 90, 847-851.

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Persistent Oral Contrast Agent Lining the Intestine in Severe Mucosal Disease: Elucidation of the Radiographic Appearence

L.D. Ma, B. Jones, A.J. Lazenby, T. Douglas, J.W.M. Bulte, “Persistent Oral Contrast Agent Lining the Intestine in Severe Mucosal Disease: Elucidation of the Radiographic Appearence”, Radiology (1994) 191, 747-749.

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Magnetoferritin: Biomineralization as a Novel Molecular Aproach in the Design of Iron Oxide-Based MR Contrast Agents

J.W.M. Bulte, T. Douglas, S. Mann, R.B. Frankel, B.M. Moskowitz, R.A. Brooks, C.D. Baumgarner, J. Vymazal, J.A. Frank,”Magnetoferritin: Biomineralization as a Novel Molecular Aproach in the Design of Iron Oxide-Based MR Contrast Agents”, Investigative Radiology (1994), 29, S214-S216.
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Magnetoferritin: Characterization of a Novel Superparamagnetic MR Contrast Agent

J.W.M. Bulte, T. Douglas, S. Mann, R.B. Frankel, B.M. Moskowitz, R.A. Brooks, C.D. Baumgarner, J. Vymazal, M-P. Strub, J.A. Frank, “Magnetoferritin: Characterization of a Novel Superparamagnetic MR Contrast Agent”, Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (1994), 4, 497-505.
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Oriented Nucleation of Gypsum (CaSO4.2H2O) under Compressed Langmuir Monolayers

Trevor Douglas and Stephen Mann, “Oriented Nucleation of Gypsum (CaSO4.2H2O) under Compressed Langmuir Monolayers”, Materials Science and Engineering C1 (1994), 193-199.
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Further Characterization of forms of Hemosiderin in Iron-overloaded Tissues

R.J. Ward, M. Ramsey, D.P.E.Dickson, C. Hunt, T. Douglas, S. Mann, F. Aouad, T.J. Peters, R.R. Chrighton, “Further Characterization of forms of Hemosiderin in Iron-overloaded Tissues”, European Journal of Biochemistry (1994), 225, 187-194.
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Mineral Sculptures in Biology

T. Douglas and J. M. Didymus, “Mineral Sculptures in Biology”, Chemistry Review (1994), 4, 2-7.


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Crystallization at Inorganic-Organic Interfaces: Biominerals and Biomimetic Synthesis

S. Mann, D.D. Archibald, J.M. Didymus, T. Douglas, B.R. Heywood, F.C. Meldrum, N.J. Reeves, “Crystallization at Inorganic-Organic Interfaces: Biominerals and Biomimetic Synthesis”, Science (1993), 261, 1286.

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Synthesis and Studies of III-V Semiconductor Precursors; Preparation of Semiconductor Colloids

T. Douglas, “Synthesis and Studies of III-V Semiconductor Precursors; Preparation of Semiconductor Colloids”, Ph.D dissertation, Cornell University (1991).


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Molecular Precursors for Indium Phosphide and Synthesis of Small Semiconductor Clusters in Solution

Douglas and K. H. Theopold, “Molecular Precursors for Indium Phosphide and Synthesis of Small Semiconductor Clusters in Solution”, Inorganic Chemistry, (1991), 30, 594.
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A Phospholyl Complex of Indium

T. Douglas, B. S. Haggerty, A. L. Rheingold, K. H. Theopold, “A Phospholyl Complex of Indium.”, Polyhedron, (1990), 9, 329.
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Organometallic Precursors for III-V Semiconductors

E. K. Byrne, T. Douglas, K. H. Theopold, “Organometallic Precursors for III-V Semiconductors”, Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc, (1989), 131, 59.
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Synthesis and Crystal Structure of a Phospholyl Anion

T. Douglas and K. H. Theopold, “Synthesis and Crystal Structure of a Phospholyl Anion”, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl., (1989), 28, 1367.

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