Publications

  1. Carbon Dots: A Modular Activity to Teach Fluorescence and Nanotechnology at Multiple Levels, Pham, S.; Kuether, J.; Gallagher, M.; Hernandez, R.; Williams, D.; Zhi, B.; Mensch, A.; Hamers, R.; Rosenzweig, Z.; Fairbrother, D.; Krause, M.; Feng, Z.; Haynes, C.L. Journal of Chemical Education, in press.

  2. Establishing the Overlap of IONP Quantification with Echo and Echoless MR Relaxation Mapping, Ring, H.L.; Zhang, J.; Klein, N.D.; Eberly, L.; Haynes, C.L.; Garwood, M. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, in press.

  3. The Effect of Filtered Nanoparticles on Changing Gas Filtration Efficiency of Granular Activated Carbons, Kim, C.; Lee, H.; Juelfs, A.; Haynes, C.L.; Pui, D.Y.H. Carbon, 121 63-71 (2017).

  4. Oxygen Sensing with Perfluorocarbon-Loaded Ultraporous Mesostructured Silica Nanoparticles, Lee, A.; Gee, C.; Weegman, B.; Einstein, S.; Juelfs, A.; Ring, H.; Hurley, K.; Egger, S.; Swindlehurst, G.; Garwood, M.; Pomerantz, W.; Haynes, C.L. ACS Nano, 11(6) 5623-5632 (2017).

  5. Stereochemistry- and Concentration-Dependent Effects of Phosphatidylserine Enrichment on Platelet Function, Meyer, A.F.; Gruba, S.M.; Kim, D.; Meyer, B.M.; Koseglu, S.; Dalluge, J.J.; Haynes, C.L. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - Biomembranes, 1859(8) 1381-1387 (2017).

  6. Improved Tissue Cryopreservation using Inductive Heating of Magnetic Nanoparticles, Manuchehrabadi, N.; Gao, Z.; Zhang, J.; Ring, H.L.; Shao, Q.; Liu, F.; McDermott, M.; Fok, A.; Rabin, Y.; Brockbank, K.G.M.; Garwood, M.; Haynes, C.L.; Bischof, J. Science Translational Medicine, 9, eaah4586 (2017).

  7. A Versatile Microfluidic Platform for the Study of Cellular Interactions between Endothelial Cells and Neutrophils, Wu, X.; Newbold, M.A.; Gao, Z.; Haynes, C.L. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - General Subjects, 1861(5) 1122-1130 (2017).

  8. A Finite-element Model of Granular Serotonin Exocytosis, Datta, A.; Haynes, C.L.; Barocas, V. Integrative Biology, 9 248-256 (2017).

  9. Influence of Nickel Manganese Cobalt Oxide Nanoparticle Composition on Toxicity toward Shewanella oneidensis MR-1: Redesigning for Reduced Biological Impact, Gunsolus, I.L.; Hang, M.N.; Hudson-Smith, N.V.; Buchman, J.T.; Bennett, J.W.; Conroy, D.; Mason, S.E.; Hamers, R.J.; Haynes, C.L.;Environmental Science:Nano, 4 636-646 (2017).

  10. A Growth-based Bacterial Viability Assay for Interference-free and High-throughput Toxicity Screening of Nanomaterials, Qiu, T.A.; Nguyen, T.; Hudson-Smith, N.V.; Clement, P.; Forester, D.-C.; Frew, H.; Hang, M.; Murphy, C.J.; Hamers, R.J.; Feng, Z.V.; Haynes, C.L.;Analytical Chemistry, 89(3) 2057-2064 (2017).

  11. Quantification of Free Polyelectrolytes Present in Colloidal Suspension Reveals Source of Toxic Responses for Polyelectrolyte-wrapped Gold Nanoparticles, Qiu, T.A.; Torelli, M.; Vartanian, A.; Rackstraw, N.; Buchman, J.; Jacob, L.; Murphy, C.J.; Hamers, R.J.; Haynes, C.L.;Analytical Chemistry, 89(3) 1823-1830 (2017).

  12. Research Highlights: Speciation and Transformations of Silver Released from Ag NPs in Three Species, Hudson-Smith, N.V.; Clement, P.L.; Brown, R.P.; Krause, M.O.P.; Pedersen, J.S.; Haynes, C.L. Environmental Science: Nano , 3 1236-1240 (2016). *Not peer reviewed

  13. A Mechanistic Study of TiO2 Nanoparticle Toxicity on Shewanella oneidensis MR-1 with UVA Illumination: Bacterial Growth, Riboflavin Secretion, and Gene Expression, Qiu, T.A.; Meyer, B.M.; Christenson, K.G.; Klaper, R.D.; Haynes, C.L.;Chemosphere, 168 1158-1168 (2017).

  14. Checkpoints for Preliminary Identification of Small Molecules found Enriched in Autophagosomes and Activated Mast Cell Secretions Analyzed by Comparative UPLC/MSe, Satori,C.P.; Ramezani, M.; Koopmeiners, J.S.; Meyer, A.F.; Rodriguez-Navarro, J.A.; Kuhns, M.M.; Taylor, T.H.; Haynes, C.L.; Dalluge, J.J.; Arriaga, E.A.Analytical Methods, 9 46-54 (2017).

  15. Ion Mobility based Quantification of Surface Coating Dependent Binding of Serum Albumin to Superparamagnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles, Jeon, S.; Obberreit, D.; Van Schoonevveld, G.; Gao, Z.; Bischof, J.; Haynes, C.L.; Hogan Jr., C. ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 8(37) 24482-24490 (2016).

  16. Analysis of Neuropeptide-Induced Mast Cell Degranulation and Characterization of Signaling Modulation in Response To IgE Conditioning, Manning, B.; Gruba, S.; Meyer, A.F.; Haynes, C.L. ACS Chemical Biology, 11(11) 3077-3083 (2016).

  17. Quantifying Intra- and Extracellular Aggregation of Iron Oxide Nanoparticles and its Influence on Specific Absorption Rate, Jeon, S.; Hurley, K.R.; Bischof, J.C.; Haynes, C.L.; Hogan, C.J. Nanoscale, 8 16053-16064 (2016).

  18. Research Highlights: Unveiling the Mechanisms Underlying Nanoparticle-induced ROS Generation and Oxidative Stress, Qiu, T.A.; Gallagher, M.J.; Hudson-Smith, N.V.; Wu, J.; Krause, M.O.P.; Fortner, J.D.; Haynes, C.L. Environmental Science: Nano , 3 940-945 (2016). *Not peer reviewed

  19. Super-Resolution Imaging for Monitoring Cyotskeleton Dynamics, Finkenstaedt-Quinn, S.; Qiu, T.A.; Shin, K.; Haynes, C.L. Analyst, 141 5674-5688 (2016).

  20. Quantification and Biodistribution of Iron Oxide Nanoparticles in the Primary Clearance Organs of Mice using T1 Contrast for Heating, Zhang, J.; Ring, H.L.; Hurley, K.R.; Shao, W.; Carlson, C.S.;Idiyatullin, D.; Haynes, C.L.; Bischof, J.C.; Garwood, M. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, in press.

  21. In Solution SERS Sensing using Mesoporous Silica-coated Gold Nanorods, Gao, Z.; Burrows, N.D.; Valley, N.A.; Egger, S.; Schatz, G.C.; Murphy, C.J.; Haynes, C.L. Analyst, 141 5088-5095 (2016).

  22. Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy Detection of Ricin B Chain in Human Blood, Campos,A.R.; Gao, Z.; Blaber, M.G.; Huang, R.; Schatz, G.C.; Van Duyne, R.P.; Haynes, C.L. Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 120(37) 20961-20969 (2016).

  23. SERS Detection of Ricin B-Chain via N-Acetyl-Galactosamine Glycopolymers, Szlag, V.M.; Styles, M.; Madison, L.; Campos, A.; Wagh, B.; Sprouse, D.; Schatz, G.C.; Reineke, T.M.; Haynes, C.L. ACS Sensors, 1(7) 842-846 (2016).

  24. Predictable Heating and Positive MRI Contrast from a Mesoporous Silica-Coated Iron Oxide Nanoparticle, Hurley, K.R., Ring, H.L., Etheridge, M., Zhang, J., Gao, Z., Shao, Q., Klein, N., Szlag, V.M., Chung, C., Reineke, T.M., Garwood, M., Bischof, J., Haynes, C.L. Molecular Pharmaceutics, 13(7) 2172-2183 (2016).

  25. Impact of Nanoscale Lithium Nickel Manganese Cobalt Oxide (NMC) on the Bacterium Shewanella oneidensis MR-1, Hang, M., Gunsolus, I., Wayland, H., Melby, E., Mensch, A., Hurley, K., Pedersen, J., Haynes, C.L., Hamers, R. Chemistry of Materials, 28(4) 1092-1100 (2016). [This work was also featured in local news segments on FOX9 and KARE11, a UMN press release, and in Science360 News.]

  26. Variations in Fusion Pore Formation in Cholesterol-Treated Platelets, Finkenstaedt-Quinn, S., Gruba, S., and Haynes, C.L. Biophysical Journal, 110 (4) 922-929 (2016).

  27. Quantifying Gold Nanoparticle Concentration in a Dietary Supplement Using Smartphone Colorimetry and Google Applications, Campos, A.R., Knutson, C.M., Knutson, T.R., Mozzetti, A.R., Haynes, C.L., Penn, R.L. Journal of Chemical Education, 93(2) 318-321 (2016).

  28. Analytical Aspects of Nanotoxicology, Gunsolus, I.L. and Haynes, C.L. Analytical Chemistry, 88(1) 451-479 (2016).

  29. Characterization of Magnetic Nanoparticles in Biological Matrices, Hurley, K., Ring, H., Kang, H., Klein, N., and Haynes, C.L. Analytical Chemistry, 87(23) 11611-11619 (2015).

  30. 2D-IR Spectroscopy of Porous Silica Nanoparticles: Measuring the Distance Sensitivity of Spectral Diffusion, Huber, C., Egger, S., Spector, I., Juelfs, A., Haynes, C.L., Massari, A. Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 119(45) 25135-25144 (2015).

  31. Gene Expression Response of the Gram-negative Bacterium Shewanella oneidensis and the Water Flea Daphnia magna Exposed to Functionalized Gold Nanoparticles, Qiu, T. A., Bozich, J. S., Lohse, S. E., Vartanian, A. M., Jacob, L. M., Meyer, B. M., Gunsolus, I. L., Niemuth, N. J., Murphy, C. J., Haynes, C. L., Klaper, R. D. Environmental Science:Nano, 2 615-629 (2015).

  32. Dynamic Silver Speciation as Studied with Fluorous-phase Ion-selective Electrodes: Effect of Natural Organic Matter on the Toxicity and Speciation of Silver, Mousavi, M.P.S., Gunsolus, I., Perez de Jesus, C.E., Lancaster, M., Hussein, K., Haynes, C.L., Buhlmann, P. Science of the Total Environment, 537 453-461 (2015).

  33. Lipopolysaccharide Density and Structure Governs the Extent and Distance of Nanoparticle Interaction with Actual and Model Bacterial Outer Membranes, Jacobson, K., Gunsolus, I., Kuech, T., Troiano, J., Melby, E., Lohse, S., Hu, D., Chrisler, W., Murphy, C., Orr, G., Geiger, F., Haynes, C.L., Pedersen, J.A. Environmental Science & Technology, 49(17) 10642-10650 (2015).

  34. Are We There Yet? Biases in Hiring Women Faculty Candidates [editorial], Haynes, C.L. and Sweedler, J. Analytical Chemistry, 87(14) 6989-6989 (2015).

  35. Impacts of Gold Nanoparticle Charge and Ligand Type on Surface Binding and Toxicity to Gram-Negative and Gram-Positive Bacteria, Feng, Z.V., Gunsolus, I.L,, Qiu, T.A., Hurley, K.R., Nyberg, L.H., Frew, H., Johnson, K.P., Vartanian, A.M., Jacob, L.M., Lohse, S.E., Torelli, M.D., Hamers, R.J., Murphy, C.J., and Haynes, C.L. Chemical Science, 6 5186-5196 (2015). [One of the 25 most downloaded Chemical Science articles between July-September 2015]

  36. Recapitulation of in vivo-like Neutrophil Transendothelial Migration using a Microfluidic Platform, Wu, X., Newbold, M. and Haynes, C.L. Analyst, 140 5055-5064 (2015).

  37. Effects of Humic and Fulvic Acids on Silver Nanoparticle Stability, Dissolution, and Toxicity, Gunsolus, I.L., Mousavi, M.P.S., Hussein, K., Buhlmann, P., and Haynes, C.L. Environmental Science & Technology, 49(13) 8078-8086 (2015).

  38. Biological Responses to Engineered Nanomaterials: Needs for the Next Decade, Murphy, C.J., Vartanian, A., Geiger, F.M., Hamers, R.J., Pedersen, J., Cui, Q., Haynes, C.L., Carlson, E.E., Hernandez, R., Klaper, R., Orr, G., and Rosenzweig, Z. ACS Central Science, 1(3) 117-123 (2015).

  39. Single-Cell Analysis of Mast Cell Degranulation Induced by Airway Smooth Muscle-Secreted Chemokines, Manning, B.M., Meyer, A.F., Gruba, S.M., and Haynes, C.L. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - General Subjects, 1850(9) 1862-1868 (2015).

  40. Ultraporous Mesostructured Silica Nanoparticles, Egger, S.M., Hurley, K.R., Datt, A., Swindlehurst, G., and Haynes, C.L. Chemistry of Materials, 27(9) 3193-3196 (2015).

  41. Platelet Membrane Variations and their Effects on δ-Granule Secretion Kinetics and Aggregation Spreading among Different Species, Gruba, S.M., Koseoglu, S., Meyer, A.F., Meyer, B.M., Maurer-Jones, M.A., and Haynes, C.L. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - Biomembranes, 1848(7) 1609-1618 (2015).

  42. Dark Field Transmission Electron Microscopy as a Tool for Identifying Inorganic Nanoparticles in Biological Matrices, Klein, N.D., Hurley, K.R., Feng, Z.V., and Haynes, C.L. Analytical Chemistry, 87(8) 4356-4362 (2015). [Featured in Analytical Chemistry Editorial Board Member virtual issue]

  43. A Fresh Look at the Crystal Violet Lab with Handheld Camera Colorimetry, Knutson, T.,Knutson, C., Mozzetti, A., Campos, A., Haynes, C.L., Penn, R.L. Journal of Chemical Education, 92(10) 1692-1695 (2015).

  44. Imaging Cytoskeleton Dynamics in Drug-treated Platelets, Finkenstaedt-Quinn, S.A., Ge, S., and Haynes, C.L. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 407(10) 2803-2809 (2015).

  45. Analytical Characterization of the Role of Phospholipids in Platelet Adhesion and Secretion, Koseoglu, S., Meyer, A.F., Kim, D., Meyer, B.M., Wang, Y., Dalluge, J., Haynes, C.L. Analytical Chemistry, 87(1) 413-421 (2015).

  46. Enhancing Graduate Student Communication to General Audiences through Blogging about Nanotechnology and Sustainability, Bishop, L., Tillman, A., Geiger, F., Haynes, C.L., Klaper, R., Murphy, C.J., Orr, G., Pedersen, J., DeStefano, L., Hamers, R. Journal of Chemical Education, 91(10) 1600-1605 (2014).

  47. Accounting for Biological Aggregation in Heating and Imaging of Magnetic Nanoparticles, Etheridge, M.L., Hurley, K.R., Zhang, J., Jeon, S., Ring, H.L., Hogan, C., Haynes, C.L., Garwood, M., and Bischof, J.C. Technology, 2(3) 1-15 (2014).

  48. Exploring Inflammatory Disease Drug Effects on Neutrophil Function, Wu, X., Kim, D., Young, A.T., and Haynes, C.L. Analyst, 139(16) 4056 - 4063 (2014).

  49. Facile Method to Stain the Bacterial Cell Surface for Super-Resolution Fluorescence Microscopy, Gunsolus, I.L., Hu, D., Mihai, C., Lohse, S.E., Lee, C.-S., Torelli, M.D., Hamers, R.J., Murphy, C.J., Orr, G., and Haynes, C.L. Analyst, 139(12) 3174-3178 (2014).

  50. Microfluidic-SERS Devices for One Shot Limit-of-Detection, Kim, D., Campos,A.R., Datt, A., Gao, Z., Rycenga, M., Burrows, N.D., Greeneltch, N.G., Mirkin, C.A., Murphy, C.J., Van Duyne, R.P., and Haynes, C.L. Analyst, 139(13) 3227-3234 (2014).

  51. Rapid and Sensitive in situ SERS Detection using Dielectrophoresis, Cherukulappurath, S., Lee, S., Campos, A., Haynes, C.L., and Oh, S.-H. Chemistry of Materials, 26(7) 2445-2452 (2014).

  52. Microfluidics-based in vivo Mimetic Systems for the Study of Cellular Biology, Kim, D., Wu, X., Young, A.T., and, Haynes, C.L. Accounts of Chemical Research, 47(4) 1165-1173 (2014).

  53. Activities for Middle School Students To Sleuth a Chemistry Whodunit and Investigate the Scientific Method, Meyer, A.F., Knutson, C.M., Finkenstaedt-Quinn, S. A., Gruba, S. M., Meyer, B.M., Thompson, J.W., Maurer-Jones, M.A., Halderman, S., Tillman, A.S., DeStefano, L., Haynes, C.L. Journal of Chemical Education, 91(3) 410-413 (2014).

  54. Death and Axes': Unexpected Ca2+ Entry Phenologs Predict New Anti-Schistosomal Agents, Chan, J.D., Agbedanu, P.N., Zamanian, M., Gruba, S.M., Haynes, C.L., Day, T.A., Marchant, J.S. PLOS Pathogens, 10(2): e1003942 (2014).

  55. Time- and Concentration-Dependent Effects of Exogenous Serotonin and Inflammatory Cytokines on Mast Cell Function, Gruba, S.M., Meyer, A.F., Manning, B.M., Wang, Y., Thompson, J.W., Dalluge, J.J., and Haynes, C.L. ACS Chemical Biology, 9(2) 503-509 (2014).

  56. Editorial - Analytical Toxicology of Nanoparticles, Haynes, C.L. Analyst, 139(5) 868-869 (2014).

  57. On-chip Evaluation of Platelet Adhesion and Aggregation upon Exposure to Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles, Kim, D., Finkenstaedt-Quinn, S., Hurley, K., Buchman, J.T., and Haynes, C.L. Analyst, 139(5) 906-913 (2014).

  58. On-Chip Evaluation of Neutrophil Activation and Neutrophil-Endothelial Cell Interaction during Neutrophil Chemotaxis, Kim, D. and Haynes, C.L. Analytical Chemistry, 85(22) 10787-10796 (2013).

  59. Re-Examining the Size/Charge Paradigm: Differing In Vivo Characteristics of Size and Charge-Matched Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles, Townson, J., Lin, Y.-S., Agola, J., Carnes, E., Leong, H.S., Lewis, J., Haynes, C.L., and Brinker, C.J. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 135(43), 16030-16033 (2013).

  60. The Role of p38 MAPK in Neutrophil Functions: Single Cell Chemotaxis and Surface Marker Expression, Kim, D. and Haynes, C.L. Analyst, 138, 6826-6833 (2013).

  61. Isotope-Dilution UPLC-MS/MS Determination of Cell-Secreted Bioactive Lipids, Meyer, A.F., Thompson, J.T., Wang, Y., Koseoglu, S., Dalluge, J.J., and Haynes, C.L. Analyst, 138(19), 5697 - 5705 (2013).

  62. Impact of TiO2 Nanoparticles on Growth, Biofilm Formation, and Flavin Secretion in Shewanella oneidensis, Maurer-Jones, M.A., Gunsolus, I., Meyer, B., Christenson, C., and Haynes, C.L. Analytical Chemistry, 85(12) 5810-5818 (2013).

  63. Effects of Mesoporous Silica Coating and Post-Synthetic Treatment on the Transverse Relaxivity of Iron Oxide Nanoparticles, Hurley, K., Lin, Y.-S., Zhang, J., Egger, S., Haynes, C.L. Chemistry of Materials, 25(9) 1968-1978 (2013).

  64. Characterization of Silver Ion Dissolution from Silver Nanoparticles using Fluorous-phase Ion-Selective Electrodes and Assessment of Resultant Toxicity to Shewanella oneidensis, Maurer-Jones, M.A., Mousavi, M.P.S., Chen, L.D, Buhlmann, P., and Haynes, C.L. Chemical Science, 4(6) 2564-2572 (2013).

  65. Toxicity of Engineered Nanoparticles in the Environment, Maurer-Jones, M.A., Gunsolus, I.L., Murphy, C.J., and Haynes, C.L. Analytical Chemistry, 85(6) 3036-3049 (2013).

  66. Self-assembled Plasmonic Nanoring Cavity Arrays for SERS and LSPR Biosensing, Im, H., Bantz, K.C., Lee, S., Johnson, T.W., Haynes, C.L., and Oh, S.-H. Advanced Materials, 25(19) 2678-2685 (2013).

  67. Dynamin-related Protein-1 Controls Fusion Pore Dynamics during Platelet Granule Exocytosis, Koseoglu, S., Dilks, J.R., Peters, C.G., Fitch, J.L., Fadel, N.A., Jusuja, R., Italiano, J.E., Haynes, C.L., and Flaumenhaft, R. Atherosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology, 33 481-488 (2013).

  68. Toxicity of Nanoparticles to Brine Shrimp: An Introduction to Nanotoxicity and Interdisciplinary Science, Maurer-Jones, M.A., Love, S.A., Meierhofer, S., Marquis, B.J., Liu, Z., and Haynes, C.L. Journal of Chemical Education, 90(4) 475-478 (2013).

  69. TiO2 Nanoparticle-Induced ROS Correlates with Modulated Immune Cell Function, Maurer-Jones, M.A., Christenson, J. R., and Haynes, C.L. Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 14 1291-1303 (2012).

  70. Toward Correlation in In Vivo and In Vitro Nanotoxicology Studies, Maurer-Jones, M.A. and Haynes, C.L., Journal of Law, Medicine, and Ethics, 40(4) 795-801 (2012).

  71. Recommendations for Nanomedicine Human Subjects Research Oversight: An Evolutionary Approach for an Emerging Field, Fatehi, L., Wolf, S. M., McCullough, J., Hall, R., Lawrenz, F., Kahn, J.P., Jones, C., Campbell, S.A., Dresser, R. S., Erdman, A. G., Haynes, C.L., Hoerr, R.A., Hogle, L.F., Keane, M.A., Khushf, G., King, N.M.P., Kokkoli, E., Marchant, G., Maynard, A.D., Philbert, M., Ramachandran, G., Siegel, R.A., and Wickline, S. Journal of Law, Medicine, and Ethics, 40(4) 716-750 (2012).

  72. Neutrophil Chemotaxis within a Competing Gradient of Chemoattractants, Kim, D. and Haynes, C.L. Analytical Chemistry, 84(14) 6070-6078 (2012).

  73. The Big Picture on Nanomedicine: The State of Investigational and Approved Nanomedicine Products, Etheridge, M.L., Campbell, S.A., Erdman, A.G., Haynes, C.L., Wolf, S.M., and McCullough, J. Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology, and Medicine, 9(1) 1-14 (2013). [Featured on the Huffington Post]

  74. Examining Changes in Cellular Communication in Neuroendocrine Cells after Noble Metal Nanoparticle Exposure, Love, S.A., Liu, Z., and Haynes, C.L. Analyst, 137(13) 3004-3010 (2012).

  75. Development of Screening Assays for Nanoparticle Toxicity Assessment in Human Blood: Preliminary Studies with Charged Au Nanoparticles, Love, S.A., Thompson, J.W., and Haynes, C.L. Nanomedicine, 7(9) 1355-1364 (2012).

  76. Plasmon-Enabled Study of Self-Assembled Alkanethiol Ordering on Roughened Ag Substrates, Bantz, K.C., Nelson, H., and Haynes, C.L. Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 116(5) 3585-3593 (2012).

  77. Carbon-fiber Microelectrode Amperometry Reveals Sickle Cell-induced Inflammation and Chronic Morphine Effects on Single Mast Cells, Manning, B., Hebbel, R., Gupta, K., and Haynes, C.L. ACS Chemical Biology, 7(3) 543-551 (2012).

  78. Critical Considerations in the Biomedical Use of Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles, Lin, Y.-S., Hurley, K. R., and Haynes, C.L. Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 3 364-374 (2012). [Cover]

  79. Assessing Nanoparticle Toxicity, Love, S.A., Maurer-Jones, M.A., Thompson, J., Lin, Y.-S., and Haynes, C.L. Annual Reviews in Analytical Chemistry, 5 181-205 (2012).

  80. Ultrastable, Redispersible, Small, and Highly Organo-Modified Mesoporous Silica Nanotherapeutics, Lin, Y.-S., Abadeer, N., Hurley, K. R., and Haynes, C.L. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 133(50) 20444-20457 (2011).

  81. On-Chip Evaluation of Shear Stress Effect on Cytotoxicity of Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles, Kim, D., Lin, Y.-S., and Haynes, C.L. Analytical Chemistry, 83(22) 8377-8382 (2011).

  82. Quantal Regulation and Exocytosis of Platelet Dense-Body Granules, Ge, S., Woo, E., and Haynes, C.L. Biophysical Journal, 101(10) 2351-2359 (2011).

  83. Cytoskeletal F-actin, Not the Circumferential Coil of Microtubules, Regulates Platelet Dense-body Granule Secretion, Ge, S., White, J.G., and Haynes, C.L. Platelets, 23(4) 259-263 (2012).

  84. Electroanalytical Eavesdropping on Single Cell Communication, Kim, D., Koseoglu, S., Manning, B.M., Meyer, A.F., and Haynes, C.L. Analytical Chemistry, 83(19) 7242-7249 (2011). [Podcast]

  85. Gß5-RGS Complexes are Gatekeepers of Hyperactivity involved in Control of Multiple Neurotransmitter Systems, Xie, K., Ge, S., Collins, V., Haynes, C. L., Renner, K., Meisel, R., Lujan, R., and Martemyanov, K. Psychopharmacology, 219(3) 823-834 (2012).

  86. Cytotoxicity of Graphene Oxide and Graphene in Human Erythrocytes and Skin Fibroblasts, Liao, K.-H., Lin, Y.-S., Macosko, C.W., and Haynes, C.L. ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 3(7) 2607-2615 (2011).

  87. Aptamer-based Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering Detection of Ricin in Liquid Foods, He, L., Lamont, E., Veeregowda, B., Sreevatsan, S., Haynes, C. L., Diez-Gonzalez, F., and Labuza, T. P., Chemical Science, 2 1579-1582 (2011).

  88. Cholesterol Effects on Vesicle Pools in Chromaffin Cells Revealed by Carbon-Fiber Microelectrode Amperometry, Koseoglu, S., Love, S.A., and Haynes, C. L., Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 400 (9) 2963-2971 (2011).

  89. Rapid Detection of Ricin in Milk using Immunomagnetic Separation Combined with Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy, He, L., Deen, B., Rodda, T., Ronningen, I., Blasius, T., Haynes, C. L., Diez-Gonzalenz, F., and Labuza, T. P., Journal of Food Science, 76 (5) N49-N53 (2011).

  90. Effect of Polymer Deposition Method on Thermoresponsive Polymer Films and Resulting Cellular Behavior, Reed, J., Love, S.A., Lucero, A., Haynes, C. L., Canavan, H., Langmuir, 28(4) 2281-2287 (2012).

  91. Electrochemical Measurement of Endogenous Serotonin Release from Human Blood Platelets, Ge, S., Woo, E., White, J. G., and Haynes, C. L., Analytical Chemistry, 83 (7) 2598-604 (2011).

  92. Recent Progress in SERS Biosensing, Bantz, K., Meyer, A.F., Wittenberg, N.J., Im, H., Kurtulus, O., Lee, S., Lindquist, N., Oh, S.-H., and Haynes, C.L., Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 13 (24) 11551-11567 (2011). [Cover]

  93. Rapid Detection of a Foreign Protein in Milk using Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy Coupled with Antibody-Modified Silver Dendrites, He, L,, Rodda, T., Haynes, C.L., Deschaines, T., Strother, T., Diez-Gonzalez, F., and Labuza, T., Analytical Chemistry, 83 (5) 1510-1513 (2011).

  94. The Bench Scientist's Perspective on the Unique Considerations in Nanoparticle Regulation, Marquis, B. J., Maurer-Jones, M. J., Ersin, O. H., Lin, Y.-S., and Haynes, C.L., Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 13, 1389-1400 (2011).

  95. Rapid Detection of a Foreign Protein in Milk using IMS-SERS, He, L., Haynes, C.L., Diez-Gonzalez, F., and Labuza, T.P., Journal of Raman Spectroscopy, 42 (6) 1428-1434 (2011).

  96. Investigation of Noble Metal Nanoparticle Zeta-potential Effects on Single-Cell Exocytosis Function In Vitro with Carbon-Fiber Microelectrode Amperometry, Marquis, B. J., Liu, Z., Braun, K. L. and Haynes, C. L., Analyst, 136 (17) 3478-3486 (2011).

  97. Stability of Small Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles in Biological Media, Lin, Y.-S., Abadeer, N. and Haynes, C. L., Chemical Communications, 47, 532-534 (2011).

  98. Evaluating the Effects of Immunotoxicants using Carbon-Fiber Microelectrode Amperometry, Marquis, B. J. and Haynes, C. L., Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 398 (7-8) 2979-2985 (2010).

  99. Critical Role of Membrane Cholesterol in Exocytosis Revealed by Single Platelet Study, Ge, S., White, J. G., and Haynes, C. L., ACS Chemical Biology, 5 (9) 819828 (2010).

  100. Vertically oriented sub-10 nm plasmonic nanogap arrays, Im, H., Bantz, K. C., Lindquist, N. Haynes, C. L., and Oh, S.-H., Nano Letters, 10 (6) 2231-2236 (2010).

  101. Bioanalytical Tools for Single Cell Study of Exocytosis, Ge, S., Koseoglu, S. and Haynes, C. L., Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 397 (8) 3281-3304 (2010).

  102. Functional Assessment of Metal Oxide Nanoparticle Toxicity in Immune Cells, Maurer-Jones, M. A., Lin, Y.-S. and Haynes, C. L., ACS Nano, 4 (6) 3363-3373 (2010).

  103. Assessment of Functional Changes in Nanoparticle-Exposed Neuroendocrine Cells with Amperometry: Exploring the Generalizability of Nanoparticle-Vesicle Matrix Interactions, Love, S. A. and Haynes, C. L., Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 398 (2) 677-688 (2010). [Cover]

  104. Impacts of Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticle Size, Pore Ordering, and Pore Integrity on Hemolytic Activity, Lin, Y.-S. and Haynes, C. L., Journal of the American Chemical Society, 132 (13) 4834-4842 (2010).

  105. Self-Assembled Plasmonic Nanohole Arrays, Lee, S. H., Bantz, K. C., Lindquist, N., Oh, S.-H., and Haynes, C. L., Langmuir, 25, 13685-13693 (2009).

  106. Amperometric Assessment of Functional Changes in Nanoparticle-Exposed Immune Cells: Varying Au Nanoparticle Exposure Time and Concentration, Marquis, B. J., Maurer-Jones, M. J., Braun, K. L., and Haynes, C. L., Analyst, 134, 2293-2300 (2009).

  107. Synthesis and Characterization of Biocompatible and Size-Tunable Multifunctional Porous Silica Nanoparticles, Lin, Y.-S. and Haynes, C. L., Chemistry of Materials, 21(17), 3979-3986 (2009).

  108. Partition Layer-Modified Substrates for Reversible Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering Detection of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons, Jones, C. L., Bantz, K. C., and Haynes, C. L., Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 394 (1), 303-311 (2009).

  109. Quantal Release of Serotonin from Platelets, Ge, S., White, J. G., and Haynes, C. L., Analytical Chemistry, 81 (8), 2935-2943 (2009). Accompanying Research Profile

  110. Analytical Methods to Assess Nanoparticle Toxicity, Marquis, B. J., Love, S. A., Braun, K. L., and Haynes, C. L., Analyst, 134 (3), 425-439 (2009).

  111. Toxicity of Therapeutic Nanoparticles, Maurer-Jones, M. J., Bantz, K. C., Love, S. A., Marquis, B. J. and Haynes, C. L., Nanomedicine, 4 (2), 219-241 (2009).

  112. Recent Advances in Nanomaterial Plasmonics: Fundamental Studies and Applications, Love, S. A., Marquis, B. J. and Haynes, C. L., Applied Spectroscopy, 62 (12), 346A-362A (2008). *Featured on cover

  113. Using Nanoparticles to Push the Limits of Detection, Wittenberg, N. J. and Haynes, C. L., Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Nanomedicine, 1 (2), 237-254 (2009).

  114. Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering Detection and Discrimination of Polychlorinated Biphenyls, Bantz, K. C. and Haynes, C. L., Vibrational Spectroscopy, 50, 29-35 (2009).

  115. The Effects of Co-Culture of Fibroblasts on Mast Cell Exocytotic Release Characteristics as Evaluated by Carbon-Fiber Microelectrode Amperometry, Marquis, B. and Haynes, C. L., Biophysical Chemistry, 137, 63-69 (2008).

  116. Quantitative and Real-Time Detection of Chemical Messenger Secretion from Platelets, Ge, S., Wittenberg, N. J. and Haynes, C. L., Biochemistry, 47, 7020-7024 (2008).

  117. Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering Substrates Fabricated using Electroless Plating on Polymer-Templated Nanostructures, Bantz, K.C. and Haynes, C. L., Langmuir, 24, 5862-5867 (2008).

  118. Dynamic Measurement of Altered Chemical Messenger Secretion after Cellular Uptake of Nanoparticles using Carbon-Fiber Microelectrode Amperometry, Marquis, B. M., McFarland, A. D., Braun, K. L., and Haynes, C. L., Analytical Chemistry, 80, 3431-3437 (2008).

Note

For all Haynes publications prior to University of Minnesota work, please see Christy L. Haynes' curriculum vitae.