The main publications list

  • Di Pasqua AJ, Huckle JE, Kim JK, Chung Y, Wang AZ, Jay M and Lu X. Preparation of neutron activatable holmium nanoparticles for the treatment of ovarian cancer metastases. Small. 2012, 8 (7): 997-1000
  • Di Pasqua AJ, Miller ML, Lu X, Peng L, Jay M., Tumor accumulation of neutronactivatable holmium-containing mesoporous silica nanoparticles in an orthotopic non-small cell lung cancer mouse model, Inorganica Chimica Acta. 2012, 393: 334–336
  • Di Pasqua AJ, Yuan H, Chung Y, Kim JK, Huckle JE, Li C, Sadgrove M, Tran TH, Jay M, Lu X. Neutron-activatable holmium-containing mesoporous silica nanoparticles as a potential radionuclide therapeutic agent for ovarian cancer. Journal of Nuclear Medicine. 2013, 54:111-116
  • Fu Q, Hargrove D, Lu X.  Improving Paclitaxel Pharmacokinetics by Using Tumor-Specific Mesoporous Silica nanoparticles with Intraperitoneal Delivery. Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology, and Medicine. 2016, 12: 1951–1959.
  • Kim J, Narayan R, Lu X, Jay M. Neutron-Activatable Needles for Radionuclide Therapy of Solid Tumors. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A. 2017,105(12):3273-3280
  • Kim J, Luo ZX, Wu Y, Lu X, Jay M. In-situ formation of holmium oxide in pores of Mesoporous Carbon Nanoparticles as substrates for neutron-activatable radiotherapeutics . Carbon. 2017, 117: 92–99.
  • Tran TH, Nguyen CT, Gonzalez-Fajardo L, Hargrove D, Song D, Deshmukh P, Mahajan L, Ndaya D, Lai L, Kasi RM, and Lu X. Long Circulating Self-Assembled Nanoparticles from Cholesterol-Containing Brush-Like Block Copolymers for Improved Drug Delivery to Tumors. Biomacromolecules. 2014, 15 (11): 4363–4375
  • Nguyen CT, Tran TH, Lu X, Kasi RM. Self-assembled nanoparticles from thiol functionalized liquid crystalline brush block copolymers for dual encapsulation of doxorubicin and gold nanoparticles. Polymer Chemistry. 2014, 5: 2774-2783
  • Nguyen CT, Tran TH, Amiji M, Lu X, Kasi RM. Redox-Sensitive Nanoparticles from Amphiphilic Cholesterol-Based Block Copolymers for Enhanced Tumor Intracellular Release of Doxorubicin. Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology, and Medicine. 2015, 11(8): 2071–2082
  • Gonzalez-Fajardo L, Mahajan LH, Ndaya D, Hargrove D, Manautou JM, Liang BT, Chen MH, Kasi RM, and Lu X . Reduced In Vivo Toxicity of Doxorubicin by Encapsulation in Cholesterol-Containing Self-Assembled Nanoparticles. Pharmacological research. 2016. 107:93-101.
     

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