Subject Areas on Research
- 3D-printed microfluidic device for the detection of pathogenic bacteria using size-based separation in helical channel with trapezoid cross-section.
- An antibody-free dual-biomarker rapid enrichment workflow (AnDREW) improves the sensitivity of malaria rapid diagnostic tests.
- Dendritic Cell-Activating Magnetic Nanoparticles Enable Early Prediction of Antitumor Response with Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
- Detection of hepatic lesions in candidates for surgery: comparison of ferumoxides-enhanced MR imaging and dual-phase helical CT.
- Detection of iron-labeled single cells by MR imaging based on intermolecular double quantum coherences at 14 T.
- Dual contrast enhancement of both T1- and T2-weighted sequences using ultrasmall superparamagnetic iron oxide.
- Focal nodular hyperplasia: intraindividual comparison of dynamic gadobenate dimeglumine- and ferucarbotran-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging.
- Importance of integrating nanotechnology with pharmacology and physiology for innovative drug delivery and therapy - an illustration with firsthand examples.
- Improving sensitivity and specificity of capturing and detecting targeted cancer cells with anti-biofouling polymer coated magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles.
- Local hyperthermia treatment of tumors induces CD8(+) T cell-mediated resistance against distal and secondary tumors.
- Magnetic fluid hyperthermia for bladder cancer: a preclinical dosimetry study.
- Multichannel power electronics and magnetic nanoparticles for selective thermal magnetogenetics.
- Nanoparticle-based diagnostic imaging of inflammation in rheumatic disease.
- Neutralizing Antibody Induction by HIV-1 Envelope Glycoprotein SOSIP Trimers on Iron Oxide Nanoparticles May Be Impaired by Mannose Binding Lectin.
- Phagocytes mediate targeting of iron oxide nanoparticles to tumors for cancer therapy.
- Protein typing of circulating microvesicles allows real-time monitoring of glioblastoma therapy.
- Quantification of superparamagnetic iron oxide using inversion recovery balanced steady-state free precession.
- Splenic magnetic resonance imaging using particulate agents.
- Superparamagnetic iron oxide labeling and transplantation of adipose-derived stem cells in middle cerebral artery occlusion-injured mice.
- Superparamagnetic iron oxide particles (SH U 555 A): evaluation of efficacy in three doses for hepatic MR imaging.
Keywords of People
- Johnson, G. Allan, Charles E. Putman University Distinguished Professor of Radiology, Biomedical Engineering