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    1. Zhao J, Lee P, Wallace MJ, Melancon MP. Gold Nanoparticles in Cancer Therapy: Efficacy, Biodistribution, and Toxicity. Curr Pharm Des. 2015; 21(29):4240-51. PMID: 26323426.
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    2. Zhao J, Vykoukal J, Abdelsalam M, Recio-Boiles A, Huang Q, Qiao Y, Singhana B, Wallace M, Avritscher R, Melancon MP. Stem cell-mediated delivery of SPIO-loaded gold nanoparticles for the theranosis of liver injury and hepatocellular carcinoma. Nanotechnology. 2014 Oct 10; 25(40):405101. PMID: 25211057.
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    3. Lee HJ, Liu Y, Zhao J, Zhou M, Bouchard RR, Mitcham T, Wallace M, Stafford RJ, Li C, Gupta S, Melancon MP. In vitro and in vivo mapping of drug release after laser ablation thermal therapy with doxorubicin-loaded hollow gold nanoshells using fluorescence and photoacoustic imaging. J Control Release. 2013 Nov 28; 172(1):152-158. PMID: 23920038.
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    4. Zhu H, Zhao J, Lin X, Hong Y, Li C, Yang Z. Design, synthesis and evaluation of dual-modality glyco-nanoparticles for tumor imaging. Molecules. 2013 May 30; 18(6):6425-38. PMID: 23722731.
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    5. Song S, Xiong C, Zhou M, Lu W, Huang Q, Ku G, Zhao J, Flores LG, Ni Y, Li C. Small-animal PET of tumor damage induced by photothermal ablation with 64Cu-bis-DOTA-hypericin. J Nucl Med. 2011 May; 52(5):792-9. PMID: 21498539.
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    6. Theranostic CuS nanoparticles targeting folate receptors for PET image-guided photothermal therapy. Journal of Materials Chemistry B. 3:8939-8948.
    7. Synthetic nanoparticles for delivery of radioisotopes and radiosensitizers in cancer therapy. Cancer Nanotechnology. 7.
    8. In situ curable alpha-hydroxyacid based degradable polymer composites for injectable biomedical applications. Journal of Composite Materials. 42:1385-1400.
    9. Alternative methacrylate-tethering methods for resin-modified glass-ionomer cements. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 111:869-875.
    10. Developing a novel alkaline anion exchange membrane derived from poly(ether-imide) for improved ionic conductivity. Polymers for Advanced Technologies. 21:554-560.
    11. Developing a novel dental restorative with superior mechanical properties. 540-545.
    12. Nanoparticle Formulation to Improve the Efficacy of Radiation Therapy Against Radiation-resistant Leukemia. EBioMedicine.
    13. Radio-photothermal therapy mediated by a single compartment nanoplatform depletes tumor initiating cells and reduces lung metastasis in the orthotopic 4T1 breast tumor model. Nanoscale. 7:19438-19447.
    14. Effect of nanoparticles on wear resistance and surface hardness of a dental glass-ionomer cement. Journal of Composite Materials. 43:2739-2752.
    15. Antitumor Efficacy of Irreversible Electroporation and Doxorubicin-Loaded Polymeric Micelles. ACS Macro Letters. 4:1081-1084.
    16. Preparation of a functional poly(ether imide) membrane for potential alkaline fuel cell applications. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 112:721-727.
    17. Star-shape poly(acrylic acid)-composed glass-ionomer cements. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 120:2390-2399.
    18. Synthesis and evaluation of novel injectable and biodegradable polyglycolide-based composites. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 103:2977-2984.
    19. Dual-modal tumor imaging via long-circulating biodegradable core-cross-linked polymeric micelles. ACS Macro Letters. 1:150-153.
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