Prajnaparamita dhar
Prajnaparamita dhar
Professor Chemical and Petroleum Engineering
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Autonomously moving nanorods at a viscous interface
P Dhar, TM Fischer, Y Wang, TE Mallouk, WF Paxton, A Sen
Nano letters 6 (1), 66-72, 2006
The viscous drag of spheres and filaments moving in membranes or monolayers
TM Fischer, P Dhar, P Heinig
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 558, 451-475, 2006
Overcoming rapid inactivation of lung surfactant: analogies between competitive adsorption and colloid stability
JA Zasadzinski, PC Stenger, I Shieh, P Dhar
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Biomembranes 1798 (4), 801-828, 2010
Active interfacial shear microrheology of aging protein films
P Dhar, Y Cao, TM Fischer, JA Zasadzinski
Physical review letters 104 (1), 016001, 2010
Relating domain size distribution to line tension and molecular dipole density in model cytoplasmic myelin lipid monolayers
JAZ Dong Woog Lee, Younjin Min, Prajnaparamitra Dhar, Arun Ramachandran ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 2011
Evaluating the role of the air-solution interface on the mechanism of subvisible particle formation caused by mechanical agitation for an IgG1 mAb
S Ghazvini, C Kalonia, DB Volkin, P Dhar
Journal of pharmaceutical sciences 105 (5), 1643-1656, 2016
Non-toxic engineered carbon nanodiamond concentrations induce oxidative/nitrosative stress, imbalance of energy metabolism, and mitochondrial dysfunction in microglial and …
CG Fresta, A Chakraborty, MB Wijesinghe, AM Amorini, G Lazzarino, ...
Cell death & disease 9 (2), 245, 2018
Lipid-protein interactions alter line tensions and domain size distributions in lung surfactant monolayers
P Dhar, E Eck, JN Israelachvili, DW Lee, Y Min, A Ramachandran, ...
Biophysical journal 102 (1), 56-65, 2012
Autonomously moving local nanoprobes in heterogeneous magnetic fields
P Dhar, Y Cao, T Kline, P Pal, C Swayne, TM Fischer, B Miller, TE Mallouk, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 111 (9), 3607-3613, 2007
Charge type, charge spacing, and hydrophobicity of arginine-rich cell-penetrating peptides dictate gene transfection
NA Alhakamy, P Dhar, CJ Berkland
Molecular pharmaceutics 13 (3), 1047-1057, 2016
Delivery and performance of surfactant replacement therapies to treat pulmonary disorders
N El-Gendy, A Kaviratna, C Berkland, P Dhar
Therapeutic delivery 4 (8), 951-980, 2013
Orientations of overdamped magnetic nanorod-gyroscopes
P Dhar, CD Swayne, TM Fischer, T Kline, A Sen
Nano letters 7 (4), 1010-1012, 2007
Effect of lipid headgroup charge and pH on the stability and membrane insertion potential of calcium condensed gene complexes
NA Alhakamy, I Elandaloussi, S Ghazvini, CJ Berkland, P Dhar
Langmuir 31 (14), 4232-4245, 2015
A nondestructive tool for nanomaterials: Raman and photoluminescence spectroscopy
A Singha, P Dhar, A Roy
American journal of physics 73 (3), 224-233, 2005
Immersion of charged nanoparticles in a salt solution/air interface
P Dhar, V Prasad, ER Weeks, T Bohlein, TM Fischer
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 112 (32), 9565-9567, 2008
Dynamic measurements of membrane insertion potential of synthetic cell penetrating peptides
NA Alhakamy, A Kaviratna, CJ Berkland, P Dhar
Langmuir 29 (49), 15336-15349, 2013
Hyaluronic acid hydrogel microspheres for slow release stem cell delivery
M Hamilton, S Harrington, P Dhar, L Stehno-Bittel
ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering 7 (8), 3754-3763, 2021
Phospholipid composition modulates carbon nanodiamond-induced alterations in phospholipid domain formation
A Chakraborty, NJ Mucci, ML Tan, A Steckley, T Zhang, ML Forrest, ...
Langmuir 31 (18), 5093-5104, 2015
Interface-induced disassembly of a self-assembled two-component nanoparticle system
Y Gao, LT Duc, A Ali, B Liang, JT Liang, P Dhar
Langmuir 29 (11), 3654-3661, 2013
Lysine221 is the general base residue of the isochorismate synthase from Pseudomonas aeruginosa (PchA) in a reaction that is diffusion limited
KM Meneely, Q Luo, P Dhar, AL Lamb
Archives of biochemistry and biophysics 538 (1), 49-56, 2013
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