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  1. “Development and in vitro assessment of an anti-tumor nano-formulation”
    Holley, C.K., Kang Y.J., Kuo C.-F., Abidian M., and Majd S.*

    Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces (2019): 110481.

  1. “Optimization of the single emulsion method for encapsulation of a cancer drug in nanoparticles”
    Holley C.K., Sinquefield B., and Majd S.*

    Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2019 41st Annual International Conference of the IEEE, in press

  1. “Preparation of gel-liposome nanoparticles for drug delivery applications”
    Mirab, F., Wang, Y., Farhadi H., and Majd S.*

    Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2019 41st Annual International Conference of the IEEE, in press

  1. “A computational study of lateral phase separation in biological membranes”
    Yushutin V., Quaini A., Majd S., and Olshanskii M.*

    International journal for numerical methods in biomedical engineering, 2019, 35(3), p.e3181.

  1. “Preparation and characterization of size-controlled glioma spheroids using agarose hydrogel microwells”
    Mirab F., Kang Y.J., and Majd S.*

    PLOS ONE, 2019, 14(1): e0211078

  1. “Electrospining of highly aligned fibers for drug delivery applications”
    Eslamian M., Khorrami M., Yi N., Majd S., and Abidian M.*

    Journal of Materials Chemistry B 7.2, 2019, 224-232.

  1. “Fabrication and Optimization of Dp44mT-Loaded Nanoparticles”
    Holley C.K., Alkhalifah S., and Majd S.*

    Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2018 40th Annual International Conference of the IEEE, 5733-5736.

  1. “Reconstitution and functional studies of hamster P-glycoprotein in giant liposomes”
    Park S. and Majd S.*

    PLOS ONE, 2018, 13(6): e0199279 

  1. Micro-Patterned Films of Bio-functionalized Conducting Polymers for Cellular Engineering
    Park S., Abidian M.R., and Majd S.*

    Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2017 39th Annual International Conference of the IEEE, 1595-1598.

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  1. “A Review of Patterned Organic Bioelectronic Materials and their Biomedical Applications”
    Park S., Kang Y. J, and Majd S.*
    Advanced Materials, 2015, 27, 758-7619.
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  1. “Highly permeable artificial water channels that can self-assemble into two-dimensional arrays”
    Shen Y-x., Si W., Erbakan M., Decker K., Zorzi R.D., Saboe P.O., Kang Y.J., Majd S., et al.
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2015, 112, 9810-9815.
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  1. “Modeling and Simulating Asymmetrical Conductance Changes in Gramicidin Pores”
    Xu S., Chen M., Majd S., Yue X., and Liu C.*
    Molecular Based Mathematical Biology, 2014, 2, 34-55.
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  1.  “Hydrogel-Mediated Direct Patterning of Conducting Polymer Films with Multiple Surface Chemistries”
    Park S., Yang G., Madduri N., Abidian M., and Majd S.*
    Advanced Materials, 2014, 26, 2782–2787.
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News! This article was selected as the cover of Advanced Materials. This work was also highlighted on Penn State News (May 9, 2014)Science Daily (May 9, 2014)  and USA News (May 11, 2014).

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  1. “A Simple and Versatile Method for the Formation of Arrays of Giant Vesicles with Controlled Size and Composition”
    Kang Y.J., Wostein H.S., and Majd S.*
    Advanced Materials, 2013, 25, 6834-6838.

News! This article was featured on the front cover of the Advanced Materials Journal. This article was also featured on Penn State News (December 16, 2013)Science Daily (December 16, 2013), and Polymer Solutions Newsblog (January 23, 2014).

  1. “A Model for the Interfacial Kinetics of Phospholipase D Activity on Long-Chain Lipids”
    Majd S.* Yusko E. C., Yang J., Sept D.*, and Mayer M.*
    Biophysical Journal, 2013, 105, 146-153.
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News! This article was featured on the cover of the Biophysical Journal. It was also highlighted in the “New and Notable” section of this issue of Biophysical Journal and on the Biophysical Society Weblog.

  1. Controlling Translocation through Nanopores with Bio-Inspired, Fluid Walls”
    Yusko E.C., Johnson J., Majd S., Prangkio P., Rollings R., Li J., Yang J.*, and Mayer M.*
    Nature Nanotechnology, 2011, 6, 253-260.

News! This work was highlighted in NatureNature BiotechnologyUM News ServiceChemistry WorldCosmos, and Futurity.

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  1. “Applications of Biological Pores in Nanotechnology”
    Majd S., Yusko E.C., Billeh Y., Macrae M. X., Yang J., and Mayer M.*
    Current Opinion in Biotechnology, 2010, 21, 439-476.
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  1. “Gramicidin Pores Report the Activity of Membrane-Active Enzymes”
    Majd S., Yusko E.C., MacBriar A.D., Yang J.*, and Mayer M.*
    Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2009, 131, 16119-16126.
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  1. “Lipid Membrane Detected by Silica Microtube-Based Optical Resonator Biosensor”
    Ling T., Majd S., Mayer M., and Guo J.*
    SPIE Proceedings, 2008, 6862, 68620B1-68620B8.
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  1. “Generating Arrays with High Content and Minimal Consumption of Functional Membrane Proteins”
    Majd S. and Mayer M.*
    Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2008, 130, 16060-16064.
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  1. “Characterization of Changes in the Viscosity of Lipid Membranes with the Molecular Rotor FCVJ”
    Nipper M.E., Majd S., Mayer M., Lee J., Theodorakis E.A., Haidekker M.A.*
    Journal of Biochimica et Biophysica Acta-Biomembranes, 2008, 1778, 1148-1153.
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  1. “Methods and Technical Advances Assays for Studying Annexin Binding to Artificial Bilayers”
    Majd S., Estes D.J., and Mayer M.* [Majd S. and Estes D.J. contributed equally]
    Calcium Binding Proteins, 2006, 1, 26-29.
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  1. “Hydrogel Stamping of Arrays of Supported Lipid Bilayers with Various lipid Compositions for the Screening of Drug-Membrane and Protein-Membrane Interactions”
    Majd S. and Mayer M.*
    Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2005, 44, 6697-6700.