2009 Publications

  1. N.J. Cho, M. Elazar, A.M. Xiong, W.J. Lee, E. Chiao, J. Baker, C.W. Frank, J.S. Glenn, “Viral Infection of Human Progenitor and Liver-derived Cells Encapsulated in Three-dimensional PEG-based Hydrogel,” Biomedical Materials 4, 2009.
  2. S.M. Schiller, A. Reisinger-Friebis, H. Götz, C.J. Hawker, C.W. Frank, R. Naumann, W. Knoll, “Biomimetic Lipoglycopolymer Membranes: Photochemical Surface Attachment of Supramolecular Architectures with Defined Orientation,” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 48, 6896-6899, 2009.
  3. A.R. Patel, K.K. Kanazawa, C.W. Frank, “Antibody Binding to a Tethered Vesicle Assembly Using QCM-D,” Anal. Chem. 81, 6021-6029, 2009.
  4. N.J. Cho, G. Wang, M. Edvardsson, J.S. Glenn, F. Hook, C.W. Frank, “Alpha-Helical Peptide-Induced Vesicle Rupture Revealing New Insight into the Vesicle Fusion Process as Monitored in Situ by Quartz Crystal Microbalance – Dissipation and Reflectometry,” Anal. Chem. 81, 4752-4761, 2009.
  5. M. Yanagioka, M.F. Toney, C.W. Frank, “Influence of Interfacial Layer Between Nanoparticles and Polymeric Matrix on Viscoelastic Properties of Hydrogel Nanocomposites,” Macromolecules 42, 1331-1343, 2009.
  6. M. Yanagioka, C.W. Frank, “Defect Generation Surrounding Nanoparticles in a Cross-Linked Hydrogel Network,” Langmuir 25, 5927-5939, 2009.
  7. B. Atmaja, J.N. Cha, A. Marshall, C.W. Frank, “Supramolecular Assembly of Block Copolypeptides with Semiconductor Nanocrystals,” Langmuir 25, 707-715, 2009.
  8. B. Atmaja, J.N. Cha, C.W. Frank, “Adsorbed a-Helical Diblock Copolypeptides: Molecular Organization, Structural Properties, and Interactions,” Langmuir 25, 865-872, 2009.
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  10. Licea-Claverie, Angel and Picos-Corrales, Lorenzo A. and Alvarez-Sanchez, Jesus and Cornejo-Bravo, Jose M. and Frank, Curtis W. "Tailoring the temperature sensitivity of poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) by RAFT-copolymerization: Linear random, linear block, and star copolymers",ACS 238, 2009
  11. Waters, Dale J. and Frank, Curtis W. "Hindered diffusion of oligosaccharides in high strength poly(ethylene glycol)/poly(acrylic acid) interpenetrating network hydrogels: Hydrodynamic vs. obstruction models",Polymer 50, 6331-6339, Dec 2009