Angus Johnston
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Layer-by-layer engineered capsules and their applications
APR Johnston, C Cortez, AS Angelatos, F Caruso
Current opinion in colloid & interface science 11 (4), 203-209, 2006
Next generation, sequentially assembled ultrathin films: beyond electrostatics
JF Quinn, APR Johnston, GK Such, AN Zelikin, F Caruso
Chemical Society Reviews 36 (5), 707-718, 2007
Layer‐by‐layer‐assembled capsules and films for therapeutic delivery
AL Becker, APR Johnston, F Caruso
Small 6 (17), 2010
Minimum information reporting in bio–nano experimental literature
M Faria, M Björnmalm, KJ Thurecht, SJ Kent, RG Parton, M Kavallaris, ...
Nature nanotechnology 13 (9), 777-785, 2018
Engineered hydrogen-bonded polymer multilayers: from assembly to biomedical applications
GK Such, APR Johnston, F Caruso
Chemical Society Reviews 40 (1), 19-29, 2011
Perforin forms transient pores on the target cell plasma membrane to facilitate rapid access of granzymes during killer cell attack
JA Lopez, O Susanto, MR Jenkins, N Lukoyanova, VR Sutton, RHP Law, ...
Blood, The Journal of the American Society of Hematology 121 (14), 2659-2668, 2013
The endosomal escape of nanoparticles: toward more efficient cellular delivery
SA Smith, LI Selby, APR Johnston, GK Such
Bioconjugate chemistry 30 (2), 263-272, 2018
DNA multilayer films on planar and colloidal supports: sequential assembly of like-charged polyelectrolytes
APR Johnston, ES Read, F Caruso
Nano letters 5 (5), 953-956, 2005
Ultrathin, responsive polymer click capsules
GK Such, E Tjipto, A Postma, APR Johnston, F Caruso
Nano letters 7 (6), 1706-1710, 2007
A general approach for DNA encapsulation in degradable polymer microcapsules
AN Zelikin, AL Becker, APR Johnston, KL Wark, F Turatti, F Caruso
ACS nano 1 (1), 63-69, 2007
Nanoescapology: progress toward understanding the endosomal escape of polymeric nanoparticles
LI Selby, CM Cortez‐Jugo, GK Such, APR Johnston
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology 9 (5), e1452, 2017
Targeting and uptake of multilayered particles to colorectal cancer cells
C Cortez, E Tomaskovic‐Crook, APR Johnston, B Radt, SH Cody, ...
Advanced Materials 18 (15), 1998-2003, 2006
pH‐responsive polymer nanoparticles for drug delivery
N Deirram, C Zhang, SS Kermaniyan, APR Johnston, GK Such
Macromolecular rapid communications 40 (10), 1800917, 2019
A Protective Vaccine Delivery System for In Vivo T Cell Stimulation Using Nanoengineered Polymer Hydrogel Capsules
A Sexton, PG Whitney, SF Chong, AN Zelikin, APR Johnston, R De Rose, ...
Acs Nano 3 (11), 3391-3400, 2009
Targeting of cancer cells using click-functionalized polymer capsules
MMJ Kamphuis, APR Johnston, GK Such, HH Dam, RA Evans, AM Scott, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 132 (45), 15881-15883, 2010
Influence of size, surface, cell line, and kinetic properties on the specific binding of A33 antigen-targeted multilayered particles and capsules to colorectal cancer cells
C Cortez, E Tomaskovic-Crook, APR Johnston, AM Scott, EC Nice, ...
Acs Nano 1 (2), 93-102, 2007
Uptake and intracellular fate of disulfide-bonded polymer hydrogel capsules for doxorubicin delivery to colorectal cancer cells
Y Yan, APR Johnston, SJ Dodds, MMJ Kamphuis, C Ferguson, RG Parton, ...
ACS nano 4 (5), 2928-2936, 2010
Engineering particles for therapeutic delivery: prospects and challenges
Y Yan, GK Such, APR Johnston, JP Best, F Caruso
ACS nano 6 (5), 3663-3669, 2012
Interfacing materials science and biology for drug carrier design
GK Such, Y Yan, APR Johnston, ST Gunawan, F Caruso
Advanced Materials 27 (14), 2278-2297, 2015
Tailoring the interfaces between nematic liquid crystal emulsions and aqueous phases via layer-by-layer assembly
E Tjipto, KD Cadwell, JF Quinn, APR Johnston, NL Abbott, F Caruso
Nano letters 6 (10), 2243-2248, 2006
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