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  1. Guy, C, Mitrea, DM, Chou, PC, Temirov, J, Vignali, KM, Liu, X, Zhang, H, Kriwacki, R, Bruchez, MP, Watkins, SC, Workman, CJ, Vignali, DAA. LAG3 associates with TCR-CD3 complexes and suppresses signaling by driving co-receptor-Lck dissociation. Nat Immunol. 2022; 23 (5):757-767. PubMed PMID:35437325.
  2. He, J, Zhou, Y, Liu, Y, Guo, R, Jiang, J, Bruchez, MP. Fluorogen-Activating-Protein-Loaded Tantalum Oxide Nanoshells for in Vivo On-Demand Fluorescence/Photoacoustic Imaging. ACS Appl Bio Mater. 2022; 5 (3):1057-1063. PubMed PMID:35191667.
  3. Goldman, JM, Kim, S, Narburgh, S, Armitage, BA, Schneider, JW. Rapid, multiplexed detection of the let-7 miRNA family using γPNA amphiphiles in micelle-tagging electrophoresis. Biopolymers. 2022; 113 (2):e23479. PubMed PMID:34643943.
  4. Sarkar, S, Armitage, BA. Targeting a Potential G-Quadruplex Forming Sequence Found in the West Nile Virus Genome by Complementary Gamma-Peptide Nucleic Acid Oligomers. ACS Infect Dis. 2021; 7 (6):1445-1456. PubMed PMID:33886274.
  5. Klose, MK, Bruchez, MP, Deitcher, DL, Levitan, ES. Temporally and spatially partitioned neuropeptide release from individual clock neurons. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2021; 118 (17):. PubMed PMID:33875606.
  6. Zhong, Z, Ning, J, Boggs, EA, Jang, S, Wallace, C, Telmer, C, Bruchez, MP, Ahn, J, Engelman, AN, Zhang, P, Watkins, SC, Ambrose, Z. Cytoplasmic CPSF6 Regulates HIV-1 Capsid Trafficking and Infection in a Cyclophilin A-Dependent Manner. mBio. 2021; 12 (2):. PubMed PMID:33758083.
  7. Liang, P, Ballou, B, Lv, X, Si, W, Bruchez, MP, Huang, W, Dong, X. Monotherapy and Combination Therapy Using Anti-Angiogenic Nanoagents to Fight Cancer. Adv Mater. 2021; 33 (15):e2005155. PubMed PMID:33684242.
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Lydia Perkins Eutsey, PhD
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Yehuda Creeger
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Brigitte Schmidt, PhD
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