Listed below are a few papers in which Phosphorex's products have been used. Most of the included papers mention Phosphorex products by name. Our products are suitable for a variety of research and drug delivery applications.
A novel controlled release system-based homogeneous immunoassay protocol for SCCA using magnetic mesoporous Fe3O4 as a nanocontainer and aminated polystyrene microspheres as a molecular gate
Jian Gao, et al.
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 66, 141-145 (2015)
Improving the systemic drug delivery efficacy of nanoparticles using a transferrin variant for targeting
Ricky Y. T. Chiu, et al.
Journal of Controlled Release 180, 33-41 (2014)
Probing the size limit for nanomedicine penetration into Burkholderia multivorans and Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms
Katrien Forier, et al.
Journal of Controlled Release 195, 21-28 (2014)
Therapeutic Inflammatory Monocyte Modulation Using Immune-Modifying Microparticles
Getts, D., et al.
Science Translational Medicine 6, 219 (2014)
NMR cryoporometry characterisation studies of the relation beween drug release profile and pore structural evolution of polymeric nanoparticles
Navin Gopinathan, et al.
International Journal of Pharmaceuticals 469 (1), 146-158 (2014)
Quantitatively imaging chromosomes by correlated cryofluorescence and soft x-ray tomographies
Elizabeth A. Smith, et al.
Biophysical Journal 107 (8), 1988-1996 (2014)
The Gillings Sampler - An electrostatic air sampler as an alternative method for aerosol in vitro exposure studies
Jose Zavala, et al.
Chemico-Biological Interactions 220, 158-168 (2014)
A humidity-sensitive hydrogel-Bacillus spore composite for micropatterning of biomolecular gradient
Richard L. Gieseck, Bin-Da Chan, Cagri Savran
Review of Scientific Instruments 84, (2013)
The use of native chemical functional groups presented by wound beds for the covalent attachment of polymeric microcarriers of bioactive factors
Rishabh Jain, et al.
Biomaterials 34 (2), 340-352 (2013)
Multifunctional receptor-targeted nanocomplexes for the delivery of therapeutic nucleic acids to the brain
Gavin D. Kenny, et al.
Biomaterials 34 (36), 9190-9200 (2013)
The effects of particle size on the deposition of fluorescent nanoparticles in porous media: Direct observation using laser scanning cytometry
Ryan May and Yusong Li
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physiochemical and Engineering Aspects 418
Ultrasensitive On-Chip Immunoassays with a Nanoparticle-Assembled Photonic Crystal
Han, J.H., Sudheendra, L., Hee-Joo Kim, H-K., Gee, S., Hammock, B., Kennedy, I.
ACS Nano 6(10), 8570–8582 (2012)
Polymeric Multilayers that Contain Silver Nanoparticles can be Stamped onto Biological tissues to Provide Antibacterial Activity
Agarwal, A.,Gutherie, K., Czuprynski, C., Schurr, M., McAnulty, J., Murphy, C., Abbott, N.
Adv. Functional Materials 21(10), 1863-1873 (2011)
Rapid translocation of nanoparticles from the lung airspaces to the body
Choi, H.S., Yoshitomo, A., Lee, J. H., Kim, S. H., Matsui, A., Insin, N., Bawendi, M.G., Semmler-Behnke, M., Frangioni, J., Tsuda, A.
Nature Biotechnology 28, 1300–1303 (2010)
Murine pulmonary inflammation model: a comparative study of anesthesia and instillation methods
Lacher, S., Johnson, C., Jessop, F., Holian, A., Migliaccio, C.  
Inhalation Toxicology 22(1), 77-83 (2010).
Exploiting cross-priming to generate protective CD8 T-cell immunity rapidly
Pham, N-L., Pewe, L., Fleenor, C., Langlois, R., Legge, K., Badovinac, V., & Harty, J.
PNAS 107(27), 12198–12203 (2010)