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Bradford Orr
Bradford Orr
Professor of Physics, University of Michigan
Verified email at umich.edu
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Interaction of polycationic polymers with supported lipid bilayers and cells: nanoscale hole formation and enhanced membrane permeability
S Hong, PR Leroueil, EK Janus, JL Peters, MM Kober, MT Islam, BG Orr, ...
Bioconjugate chemistry 17 (3), 728-734, 2006
8232006
Interaction of poly (amidoamine) dendrimers with supported lipid bilayers and cells: hole formation and the relation to transport
S Hong, AU Bielinska, A Mecke, B Keszler, JL Beals, X Shi, L Balogh, ...
Bioconjugate chemistry 15 (4), 774-782, 2004
7472004
The binding avidity of a nanoparticle-based multivalent targeted drug delivery platform
S Hong, PR Leroueil, IJ Majoros, BG Orr, JR Baker, MMB Holl
Chemistry & biology 14 (1), 107-115, 2007
6912007
Wide varieties of cationic nanoparticles induce defects in supported lipid bilayers
PR Leroueil, SA Berry, K Duthie, G Han, VM Rotello, DQ McNerny, ...
Nano letters 8 (2), 420-424, 2008
6902008
Nanoparticle interaction with biological membranes: does nanotechnology present a Janus face?
PR Leroueil, S Hong, A Mecke, JR Baker Jr, BG Orr, MM Banaszak Holl
Accounts of chemical research 40 (5), 335-342, 2007
6602007
Effect of strain on surface morphology in highly strained InGaAs films
CW Snyder, BG Orr, D Kessler, LM Sander
Physical review letters 66 (23), 3032, 1991
6591991
Stable and unstable growth in molecular beam epitaxy
MD Johnson, C Orme, AW Hunt, D Graff, J Sudijono, LM Sander, BG Orr
Physical review letters 72 (1), 116, 1994
6291994
Onset of superconductivity in ultrathin granular metal films
HM Jaeger, DB Haviland, BG Orr, AM Goldman
Physical Review B 40 (1), 182, 1989
5021989
Facile hydrothermal synthesis of iron oxide nanoparticles with tunable magnetic properties
S Ge, X Shi, K Sun, C Li, C Uher, JR Baker Jr, MM Banaszak Holl, BG Orr
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 113 (31), 13593-13599, 2009
3762009
Lipid bilayer disruption by polycationic polymers: the roles of size and chemical functional group
A Mecke, IJ Majoros, AK Patri, JR Baker Jr, MM Banaszak Holl, BG Orr
Langmuir 21 (23), 10348-10354, 2005
3522005
Dendrimer‐functionalized shell‐crosslinked iron oxide nanoparticles for in‐vivo magnetic resonance imaging of tumors
X Shi, SH Wang, SD Swanson, S Ge, Z Cao, ME Van Antwerp, ...
Advanced Materials 20 (9), 1671-1678, 2008
3252008
Threshold for superconductivity in ultrathin amorphous gallium films
HM Jaeger, DB Haviland, AM Goldman, BG Orr
Physical Review B 34 (7), 4920, 1986
2891986
Direct observation of lipid bilayer disruption by poly (amidoamine) dendrimers
A Mecke, S Uppuluri, TM Sassanella, DK Lee, A Ramamoorthy, ...
Chemistry and physics of lipids 132 (1), 3-14, 2004
2812004
Global phase coherence in two-dimensional granular superconductors
BG Orr, HM Jaeger, AM Goldman, CG Kuper
Physical review letters 56 (4), 378, 1986
2721986
Cationic nanoparticles induce nanoscale disruption in living cell plasma membranes
J Chen, JA Hessler, K Putchakayala, BK Panama, DP Khan, S Hong, ...
The journal of physical chemistry B 113 (32), 11179-11185, 2009
2562009
Membrane thinning due to antimicrobial peptide binding: an atomic force microscopy study of MSI-78 in lipid bilayers
A Mecke, DK Lee, A Ramamoorthy, BG Orr, MMB Holl
Biophysical journal 89 (6), 4043-4050, 2005
2532005
Deformability of poly (amidoamine) dendrimers
A Mecke, I Lee, JRB Jr, MMB Holl, BG Orr
The European Physical Journal E 14, 7-16, 2004
2532004
A model for strain-induced roughening and coherent island growth
BG Orr, D Kessler, CW Snyder, L Sander
Europhysics letters 19 (1), 33, 1992
2491992
Kinetically controlled critical thickness for coherent islanding and thick highly strained pseudomorphic films of As on GaAs(100)
CW Snyder, JF Mansfield, BG Orr
Physical Review B 46 (15), 9551, 1992
2371992
Surface evolution during molecular-beam epitaxy deposition of GaAs
J Sudijono, MD Johnson, CW Snyder, MB Elowitz, BG Orr
Physical review letters 69 (19), 2811, 1992
2011992
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