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Publications - 2010
Hrynyk M, Martins-Green M, Barron AE, Neufeld RJ, “Sustained prolonged topical delivery of bioactive human insulin for potential treatment of cutaneous wounds,” International Journal of Pharmaceutics 2010, 398, 146-154.
Davis NE, Ding S, Forster RE, Pinkas DM, Barron AE, “Modular enzymatically crosslinked protein polymer hydrogels for in situ gelation,” Biomaterials 2010, 31, 7288-7297. pdf reprint
Dohm MT, Brown NJ, Seurynck-Servoss SL, de la Serna JB, Barron AE, “Mimicking SP-C palmitoylation on a peptoid-based SP-B analogue markedly improves surface activity,” Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta Biomembranes 2010, 1798, 1663-1678. pdf reprint
Dohn MT, Mowery BP, Czyzewski AM, Stahl SS, Gellman SH, Barron AE, “Biophysical mimicry of lung surfactant protein B by random nylon-3 copolymers,” Journal of the American Chemical Society 2010, 132, 7957-7967. pdf reprint
Karfeld-Sulzer LS, Waters EA, Davis NE, Meade TJ, Barron AE, “Multivalent protein polymer MRI contrast agents: controlling relaxivity via modulation of amino acid sequence,” Biomacromolecules 2010, 11, 1429-1436. pdf reprint
Chongsiriwatana NP, Barron AE, “Comparing bacterial membrane interactions of antimicrobial peptides and their mimics,” Methods Mol Biol. 2010; 618:171-82.
Seo JW, Barron AE, Zuckermann RN, “Novel peptoid building blocks: synthesis of functionalized aromatic helix-inducing submonomers,” Organic Letters 2010, Vol: 12, 3: 492-495. pdf reprint
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