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- Liu, Gang-yu, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Langmuir 2018 v.34 no.51 pp. 15622-15639
- gels; glycosylation; in vitro studies; lipid bilayers; models; permeability; phospholipids; proteins; sphingolipids; sterols; topology
- ... The structure, phase behavior, and properties of cellular membranes are derived from their composition, which includes phospholipids, sphingolipids, sterols, and proteins with various levels of glycosylation. Because of the intricate nature of cellular membranes, a plethora of in vitro studies have been carried out with model membrane systems that capture particular properties such as fluidity, pe ...
- Liu, Gang-yu, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Journal of physical chemistry 2018 v.122 no.41 pp. 23780-23789
- differential equation; energy transfer; fluorescence; ions; models; nanocrystals; nanoparticles; physical chemistry
- ... Accurate determination of upconversion and luminescence lifetimes requires kinetic modeling of the complete time-resolved response for upconversion luminescence of NaYF₄:Yb,Er nanocrystals. Prior investigations typically perform exponential fitting of the tail in the time profile or employ complex systems of differential equations to extract lifetimes. To simplify analysis while fitting the entire ...
- Liu, Gang-yu, et al. Show all 10 Authors
- Journal of controlled release 2012 v.161 no.3 pp. 959-966
- active transport; agonists; antagonists; endocytosis; gold; melanoma; models; nanoparticles; nanospheres; neoplasm cells; transmission electron microscopy
- ... Targeted nanoparticle-based delivery systems have been used extensively to develop effective cancer theranostics. However, how targeting ligands affect extravascular transport of nanoparticles in solid tumors remains unclear. Here, we show, using B16/F10 melanoma cells expressing melanocortin type-1 receptor (MC1R), that the nature of targeting ligands, i.e., whether they are agonists or antagonis ...
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