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Hayden SC, Zhao GX, Saha K, Phillips RL, Li XN, Miranda OR, Rotello VM, El-Sayed MA, Schmidt-Krey I, Bunz UHF. Aggregation and Interaction of Cationic Nanoparticles on Bacterial Surfaces. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2012 ;134:6920-6923.
Dreaden EC, Gryder BE, Austin L, Defo BAT, Hayden SC, Pi M, Quarles LD, Oyelere AK, El-Sayed MA. Antiandrogen Gold Nanoparticles Dual-Target and Overcome Treatment Resistance in Hormone-Insensitive Prostate Cancer Cells. Bioconjugate Chemistry. 2012 ;23:1507-1512.
Near R, Hayden S, El-Sayed M. Extinction vs Absorption: Which Is the Indicator of Plasmonic Field Strength for Silver Nanocubes?. Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 2012 ;116:23019-23026.
Dreaden EC, Alkilany AM, Huang XH, Murphy CJ, El-Sayed MA. The golden age: gold nanoparticles for biomedicine. Chemical Society Reviews. 2012 ;41:2740-2779.
Hwangl HJ, Grifliths J, El-Sayed MA. The one dimensional photofragment translational spectroscopic technique: intramolecular clocking of energy redistribution for molecules falling apart1. Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry and its Applications. 2012 :265.
Lisunova M, Mahmoud M, Holland N, Combs ZA, El-Sayed MA, Tsukruk VV. The unusual fluorescence intensity enhancement of poly(p-phenyleneethynylene) polymer separated from the silver nanocube surface by H-bonded LbL shells. Journal of Materials Chemistry. 2012 ;22:16745-16753.
Huang XH, El-Sayed IH, EL-Sayed MA, Grobmyer SR. Applications of gold nanorods for cancer imaging and photothermal therapy. In: Methods in Molecular Biology. Vol. 624. Methods in Molecular Biology. Springer; 2010. pp. 343-357. Available from:
Huang XH, Kang B, Qian W, Mackey MA, Chen PC, Oyelere AK, El-Sayed IH, EL-Sayed MA. Comparative study of photothermolysis of cancer cells with nuclear-targeted or cytoplasm-targeted gold nanospheres: continuous wave or pulsed lasers. Journal of Biomedical Optics. 2010 ;15.
Qian W, Huang XH, Kang B, EL-Sayed MA. Dark-field light scattering imaging of living cancer cell component from birth through division using bioconjugated gold nanoprobes. Journal of Biomedical Optics [Internet]. 2010 ;15:046025. Available from:
Huang XH, El-Sayed IH, EL-Sayed MA. Fluorescent Quenching Gold Nanoparticles: Potential Biomedical Applications. In: Metal Enhanced Fluorescence. Metal Enhanced Fluorescence. Wiley Online Library; 2010. pp. 573-599. Available from:
Huang XH, Peng XH, Wang Y, Wang Y, Shin DM, EL-Sayed MA, Nie SM. A Reexamination of Active and Passive Tumor Targeting by Using Rod-Shaped Gold Nanocrystals and Covalently Conjugated Peptide Ligands. ACS Nano [Internet]. 2010 ;4(10):5887 - 5896. Available from:
Hayden SC, Allam NK, EL-Sayed MA. TiO(2) Nanotube/CdS Hybrid Electrodes: Extraordinary Enhancement in the Inactivation of Escherichia coli. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2010 ;132:14406-14408.