High Impact Papers > 25
- Jon Askim, Morteza Mahmoudi, Kenneth Suslick, "Optical sensor arrays for chemical sensing: the optoelectronic nose", Chemical Society Reviews, 2013, 42, 8649-8682. Impact Factor = "30.425"
- Jens Rauch, Walter Kolch, Sophie Laurent, Morteza Mahmoudi, "Big Signals from Small Particles: the Regulation of Cell Signaling Pathways by Nanoparticles", Chemical Reviews, 2013, 113 (5), 3391. Impact Factor = "45.661"
- Hong Ying Mao, Sophie Laurent, Wei Chen, Omid Akhavan, Mohammad Imani, Ali Akbar Ashkarran, Morteza Mahmoudi, "Graphene: Promises, Facts, Opportunities, and Challenges in Nanomedicine", Chemical Reviews, 2013, 113 (5), 3407. Impact Factor = "40.197"
- Silke Krol, Richard Macrez, Fabian Docagne, Gilles Defer, Sophie Laurent, Masoud Rahman, Mohammad J. Hajipour, Patrick G. Kehoe, Morteza Mahmoudi, "Therapeutic benefits from Nanoparticles: The potential significance of nanoscience in diseases with compromise to the blood brain barrier", Chemical Reviews, 2013, 113 (3), pp 1877. Impact Factor = "45.661"
- Morteza Mahmoudi, Heinrich Hofmann, Barbara Rothen-Rutishauser, Alke Petri-Fink, "Assessing the In vitro and In vivo Toxicity of Superparamagnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles", Chemical Reviews, 2012, 112 (4), 2323. Impact Factor = "40.197"
- Shahriar Sharifi, Shahed Behzadi, Sophie Laurent, M. Laird Forrest, Pieter Stroeve, Morteza Mahmoudi, "Toxicity of Nanomaterials", Chemical Society Reviews, 2012, 41, 2323-2343. Impact Factor = "28.76"
- Morteza Mahmoudi, Iseult Lynch, Mohammad Reza Ejtehadi, Marco P. Monopoli, Francesca Baldelli Bombelli, Sophie Laurent, "Protein-Nanoparticle Interactions: Opportunities and Challenges", Chemical Reviews, 2011, 111(9), 5610. Impact Factor = "40.197"
- Morteza Mahmoudi, Kayhan Azadmanesh, Mohammad A. Shokrgozar, W. Shane Journeay, Sophie Laurent, "Effect of nanoparticles on the cell life cycle", Chemical Reviews, 2011, 111 (5), 3407. Impact Factor = "40.197"
- Morteza Mahmoudi, et al., "Magnetic Resonance Imaging Tracking of Stem Cells in Vivo Using Iron Oxide Nanoparticles as a Tool for the Advancement of Clinical Regenerative Medicine", Chemical Reviews, 2011, 111 (2), 253. Impact Factor = "40.197"
Welcome to Laboratory of Nano-Bio Interactions! Our mission
is to contribute to the understanding of the Nano-Bio Interfaces, using
multi-disciplinary approaches, for safe use of magnetic nanoparticles (e.g.
superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIONs)) as theranosis agents. In
addition, the Lab is seeking to set nano-safety standards. Our model
nanoparticle is SPIONs! Why SPIONs?!?! Due to their ultra-fine size, magnetic
properties and biocompatibility, SPIONs are emerging as promising candidates for
various biomedical applications, such as enhanced resolution magnetic resonance
imaging (MRI), targeted drug delivery and imaging, hyperthermia,
magneto-transfections, gene therapy, stem cell tracking, molecular/cellular
tracking, magnetic separation technologies (e.g. rapid DNA sequencing),
detection of liver and lymph node metastases. In addition, their most recent
applications for early detection of inflammatory, cancer, diabetes and
atherosclerosis increased their popularity in academia. Their superparamagnetism
is particularly useful in applications such as externally guided drug delivery
since removal of the external magnetic field prevents agglomeration and
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