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    • Aqueous Stable Gold Nanostar/ZIF‐8 Nanocomposites for Light‐Triggered Release of Active Cargo Inside Living Cells 

      Carrillo Carrión, Carolina; Martínez González, Raquel; Navarro Poupard, María Fernanda; Pelaz García, Beatriz; Polo Tobajas, Ester; Arenas-Vivo, Ana; Olgiati, Alessandro; Taboada Antelo, Pablo; Soliman, Mahmoud G.; Catalán, Úrsula; Fernández-Castillejo, Sara; Solà, Rosa; Parak, Wolfgang J.; Horcajada, Patricia; Alvarez-Puebla, Ramon A.; Pino, Pablo del (Wiley, 2019-05-20)
      A plasmonic core–shell gold nanostar/zeolitic‐imidazolate‐framework‐8 (ZIF‐8) nanocomposite was developed for the thermoplasmonic‐driven release of encapsulated active molecules inside living cells. The nanocomposites were ...
    • Direct protein quantification in complex sample solutions by surface-engineered nanorod probes 

      Schrittwieser, Stefan; Pelaz García, Beatriz; Parak, Wolfgang J.; Lentijo-Mozo, Sergio; Soulantica, Katerina; Dieckhoff, Jan; Ludwig, Frank; Schotter, Joerg (Springer Nature, 2017)
      Detecting biomarkers from complex sample solutions is the key objective of molecular diagnostics. Being able to do so in a simple approach that does not require laborious sample preparation, sophisticated equipment and ...
    • Enhanced Terahertz Radiation Generation of Photoconductive Antennas Based on Manganese Ferrite Nanoparticles 

      Lai, Weien; Abdulmunem, Oday Mazin; Pino, Pablo del; Pelaz García, Beatriz; Parak, Wolfgang J.; Zhang, Qian; Zhang, Huaiwu (Springer Nature, 2017)
      This paper presents a significant effect of manganese ferrite nanoparticles (MnFe2O4 NPs) on the increase of the surface photoconductivity of semiconductors. Herein, the optical characterization of photo-excited carriers ...
    • In situ detection of the protein corona in complex environments 

      Carril, Mónica; Prado, Daniel; Pino, Pablo del; Carrillo Carrión, Carolina; Gallego, Marta; Parak, Wolfgang J. (Springer Nature, 2017)
      Colloidal nanoparticles (NPs) are a versatile potential platform for in vivo nanomedicine. Inside blood circulation, NPs may undergo drastic changes, such as by formation of a protein corona. The in vivo corona cannot be ...
    • In vivo degeneration and the fate of inorganic nanoparticles 

      Feliu, Neus; Docter, Dominic; Heine, Markus; Pino, Pablo del; Ashraf, Sumaira; Kolosnjaj-Tabi, Jelena; Macchiarini, Paolo; Nielsen, Peter; Alloyeau, Damien; Gazeau, Florence; Stauber, Roland H.; Parak, Wolfgang J. (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2016)
      What happens to inorganic nanoparticles (NPs), such as plasmonic gold or silver, superparamagnetic iron oxide, or fluorescent quantum dot NPs after they have been administrated to a living being? This review discusses ...
    • Investigating Possible Enzymatic Degradation on Polymer Shells around Inorganic Nanoparticles 

      Zhu, Lin; Pelaz García, Beatriz; Chakraborty, Indranath; Parak, Wolfgang J. (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, 2019)
      Inorganic iron oxide nanoparticle cores as model systems for inorganic nanoparticles were coated with shells of amphiphilic polymers, to which organic fluorophores were linked with different conjugation chemistries, including ...
    • Study of Fluorinated Quantum Dots-Protein Interactions at the Oil/Water Interface by Interfacial Surface Tension Changes 

      Carrillo Carrión, Carolina; Gallego, Marta; Parak, Wolfgang J.; Carril, Mónica (MDPI, 2018)
      Understanding the interaction of nanoparticles with proteins and how this interaction modifies the nanoparticles’ surface is crucial before their use for biomedical applications. Since fluorinated materials are emerging ...

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