Lauren A. Austin
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A one-step homogeneous immunoassay for cancer biomarker detection using gold nanoparticle probes coupled with dynamic light scattering
X Liu, Q Dai, L Austin, J Coutts, G Knowles, J Zou, H Chen, Q Huo
Journal of the American Chemical Society 130 (9), 2780-2782, 2008
Size matters: gold nanoparticles in targeted cancer drug delivery
EC Dreaden, LA Austin, MA Mackey, MA El-Sayed
Therapeutic delivery 3 (4), 457-478, 2012
Dynamic light scattering as a powerful tool for gold nanoparticle bioconjugation and biomolecular binding studies
H Jans, X Liu, L Austin, G Maes, Q Huo
Analytical chemistry 81 (22), 9425-9432, 2009
The optical, photothermal, and facile surface chemical properties of gold and silver nanoparticles in biodiagnostics, therapy, and drug delivery
LA Austin, MA Mackey, EC Dreaden, MA El-Sayed
Archives of toxicology 88, 1391-1417, 2014
The Most Effective Gold Nanorod Size for Plasmonic Photothermal Therapy: Theory and In Vitro Experiments
MA Mackey, MRK Ali, LA Austin, RD Near, MA El-Sayed
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 118 (5), 1319-1326, 2014
A one-step highly sensitive method for DNA detection using dynamic light scattering
Q Dai, X Liu, J Coutts, L Austin, Q Huo
Journal of the American Chemical Society 130 (26), 8138-8139, 2008
Raman technologies in cancer diagnostics
LA Austin, S Osseiran, CL Evans
Analyst 141 (2), 476-503, 2016
Exploiting the Nanoparticle Plasmon Effect: Observing Drug Delivery Dynamics in Single Cells via Raman/Fluorescence Imaging Spectroscopy
B Kang, MM Afifi, LA Austin, MA El-Sayed
Acs Nano 7 (8), 7420-7427, 2013
Observing real-time molecular event dynamics of apoptosis in living cancer cells using nuclear-targeted plasmonically enhanced Raman nanoprobes
B Kang, LA Austin, MA El-Sayed
ACS nano 8 (5), 4883-4892, 2014
Plasmonic imaging of human oral cancer cell communities during programmed cell death by nuclear-targeting silver nanoparticles
LA Austin, B Kang, CW Yen, MA El-Sayed
Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (44), 17594-17597, 2011
Nuclear targeted silver nanospheres perturb the cancer cell cycle differently than those of nanogold
LA Austin, B Kang, CW Yen, MA El-Sayed
Bioconjugate chemistry 22 (11), 2324-2331, 2011
Real-time molecular imaging throughout the entire cell cycle by targeted plasmonic-enhanced Rayleigh/Raman spectroscopy
B Kang, LA Austin, MA El-Sayed
Nano letters 12 (10), 5369-5375, 2012
Probing molecular cell event dynamics at the single-cell level with targeted plasmonic gold nanoparticles: A review
LA Austin, B Kang, MA El-Sayed
Nano Today 10 (5), 542-558, 2015
Small molecule–gold nanorod conjugates selectively target and induce macrophage cytotoxicity towards breast cancer cells
EC Dreaden, SC Mwakwari, LA Austin, MJ Kieffer, AK Oyelere, ...
Small 8 (18), 2819-2822, 2012
Antiandrogen gold nanoparticles dual-target and overcome treatment resistance in hormone-insensitive prostate cancer cells
EC Dreaden, BE Gryder, LA Austin, BA Tene Defo, SC Hayden, M Pi, ...
Bioconjugate chemistry 23 (8), 1507-1512, 2012
A new nanotechnology technique for determining drug efficacy using targeted plasmonically enhanced single cell imaging spectroscopy
LA Austin, B Kang, MA El-Sayed
Journal of the American Chemical Society 135 (12), 4688-4691, 2013
Plasmonic enhancement of photodynamic cancer therapy
SC Hayden, LA Austin, RD Near, R Ozturk, MA El-Sayed
Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry 269, 34-41, 2013
XAV939: from a small inhibitor to a potent drug bioconjugate when delivered by gold nanoparticles
MM Afifi, LA Austin, MA Mackey, MA El-Sayed
Bioconjugate chemistry 25 (2), 207-215, 2014
Cytotoxic effects of cytoplasmic-targeted and nuclear-targeted gold and silver nanoparticles in HSC-3 cells–A mechanistic study
LA Austin, S Ahmad, B Kang, KR Rommel, M Mahmoud, ME Peek, ...
Toxicology in Vitro 29 (4), 694-705, 2015
Gold nanoparticles for cancer diagnostics, spectroscopic imaging, drug delivery, and plasmonic photothermal therapy
M Aioub, LA Austin, MA El-Sayed
Inorganic Frameworks as Smart Nanomedicines, 41-91, 2018
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