Christine K. Payne
Christine K. Payne
Duke University (previously Georgia Tech)
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TitleCited byYear
Nanoparticle–Cell Interactions: Molecular Structure of the Protein Corona and Cellular Outcomes
CC Fleischer, CK Payne
Accounts of chemical research 47 (8), 2651-2659, 2014
2962014
Internalization and trafficking of cell surface proteoglycans and proteoglycan‐binding ligands
CK Payne, SA Jones, C Chen, X Zhuang
Traffic 8 (4), 389-401, 2007
2392007
Secondary structure of corona proteins determines the cell surface receptors used by nanoparticles
CC Fleischer, CK Payne
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 118 (49), 14017-14026, 2014
1122014
Nanoparticle surface charge mediates the cellular receptors used by protein–nanoparticle complexes
CC Fleischer, CK Payne
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 116 (30), 8901-8907, 2012
972012
Triplet organometallic reactivity under ambient conditions: an ultrafast UV pump/IR probe study
PT Snee, CK Payne, KT Kotz, H Yang, CB Harris
Journal of the American Chemical Society 123 (10), 2255-2264, 2001
962001
Dynamics of Photosubstitution Reactions of Fe(CO)5:  An Ultrafast Infrared Study of High Spin Reactivity
PT Snee, CK Payne, SD Mebane, KT Kotz, CB Harris
Journal of the American Chemical Society 123 (28), 6909-6915, 2001
752001
Cellular binding of nanoparticles in the presence of serum proteins
GW Doorley, CK Payne
Chemical Communications 47 (1), 466-468, 2011
672011
Endo-Lysosomal Vesicles Positive for Rab7 and LAMP1 Are Terminal Vesicles for the Transport of Dextran
WH Humphries, CJ Szymanski, CK Payne
PloS one 6 (10), e26626, 2011
662011
Ultrafast UV pump/IR probe studies of C− H activation in linear, cyclic, and aryl hydrocarbons
MC Asplund, PT Snee, JS Yeston, MJ Wilkens, CK Payne, H Yang, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 124 (35), 10605-10612, 2002
622002
Lysosome transport as a function of lysosome diameter
D Bandyopadhyay, A Cyphersmith, JA Zapata, YJ Kim, CK Payne
PloS one 9 (1), e86847, 2014
552014
Cellular binding, motion, and internalization of synthetic gene delivery polymers
GT Hess, WH Humphries IV, NC Fay, CK Payne
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Molecular Cell Research 1773 (10), 1583-1588, 2007
552007
Cellular binding of anionic nanoparticles is inhibited by serum proteins independent of nanoparticle composition
CC Fleischer, U Kumar, CK Payne
Biomaterials science 1 (9), 975-982, 2013
462013
Femtosecond infrared studies of ligand rearrangement reactions: silyl hydride products from Group 6 carbonyls
KT Kotz, H Yang, PT Snee, CK Payne, CB Harris
Journal of Organometallic Chemistry 596 (1-2), 183-192, 2000
452000
Fluorescent coumarin thiols measure biological redox couples
KG Reddie, WH Humphries, CP Bain, CK Payne, ML Kemp, N Murthy
Organic letters 14 (3), 680-683, 2012
442012
Membrane potential mediates the cellular binding of nanoparticles
EH Shin, Y Li, U Kumar, HV Sureka, X Zhang, CK Payne
Nanoscale 5 (13), 5879-5886, 2013
422013
Ultrafast Infrared Studies of the Reaction Mechanism of Silicon−Hydrogen Bond Activation by η5-CpV(CO)4
PT Snee, H Yang, KT Kotz, CK Payne, CB Harris
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 103 (49), 10426-10432, 1999
411999
Cellular binding of nanoparticles disrupts the membrane potential
EAK Warren, CK Payne
RSC Advances 5, 13660-13666, 2015
392015
Nanoparticles act as protein carriers during cellular internalization
GW Doorley, CK Payne
Chemical Communications 48 (24), 2961-2963, 2012
372012
Femtosecond infrared study of the dynamics of solvation and solvent caging
H Yang, PT Snee, KT Kotz, CK Payne, CB Harris
Journal of the American Chemical Society 123 (18), 4204-4210, 2001
372001
Imaging gene delivery with fluorescence microscopy
CK Payne
Nanomedicine 2 (6), 847-860, 2007
322007
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