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Publications from the Nanotechnology Characterization Lab

Recent Publications 

Immunophenotyping: analytical approaches and role in preclinical development of nanomedicines.
Newton HS, Dobrovolskaia MA.
Adv Drug Deliv Rev. 2022, 114281. PMID: 35405297.

Applying lessons learned from nanomedicines to understand rare hypersensitivity reactions to mRNA-based SARS-CoV-2 vaccines.
Szebeni J, Storm G, Ljubimova JY, Castells M, Phillips EJ, Turjeman K, Barenholz Y, Crommelin DJA, Dobrovolskaia MA.
Nat Nanotechnol. 2022, 337-346.  PMID: 35393599. Click here to access the full text in view-only mode

Anhydrous Nucleic Acid Nanoparticles for Storage and Handling at Broad Range of Temperatures.
Tran, A.N., Chandler, M., Halman, J., Beasock, D., Fessler, A., McKeough, R.Q., Lam, P.A., Furr, D.P., Wang, J., Cedrone, E., Dobrovolskaia, M.A., Dokholyan, N.V., Trammell, S.R., and Afonin, K.A.
Small. 2022, e2104814. PMID: 35128787.

To PEGylate or not to PEGylate: Immunological properties of nanomedicine's most popular component, polyethylene glycol and its alternatives.
Shi, D., Beasock, D., Fessler, A., Szebeni, J., Ljubimova, J.Y., Afonin, K.A., and Dobrovolskaia, M.A.
Adv Drug Deliv Rev. 2022, 180, 114079. PMID: 34902516.

Critical review of nucleic acid nanotechnology to identify gaps and inform a strategy for accelerated clinical translation.
Afonin, K.A., Dobrovolskaia, M.A., Ke, W., Grodzinski, P., and Bathe, M.
Adv Drug Deliv Rev. 2022, 181, 114081. PMID: 34915069.


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