PUBLICATIONS

#1

Bulanadi JC, Xue A., Gong X., Bean PA,, Julovi,SM, de Campo L, Smith,RC, Moghaddam MJ., Biomimetic Gemcitabine–Lipid Prodrug Nanoparticles for Pancreatic Cancer. ChemPlusChem. 2020; 85: 1283–1291.

#2

Gupta A, de Campo L, Waddington LJ, Knott RB, Hwang D, Kirby N, Price WS, Moghaddam MJ., Towards advanced paramagnetic nanoassemblies of highly ordered interior nanostructures as potential MRI contrast agents. New J Chem. 2017;41(7):2735-44.​

#3

Julovi SM, Xue A, Thanh Le TN, Gill AJ, Bulanadi JC, Patel M, et al. Apolipoprotein A-II Plus Lipid Emulsion Enhance Cell Growth via SR-B1 and Target Pancreatic Cancer PLOS ONE. 2016; 11(3):e0151475.​

#4

Gupta A, Willis SA, Waddington LJ, Stait-Gardner T, de Campo L, Hwang DW, Price WS, Moghaddam MJ., Gd-DTPA-Dopamine-Bisphytanyl Amphiphile: Synthesis, Characterisation and Relaxation Parameters of the Nanoassemblies and Their Potential as MRI Contrast Agents. Chemistry – A European Journal. 2015;21(40):13950-60​

#5

Gupta A, de Campo L, Rehmanjan B, Willis SA, Waddington LJ, Stait-Gardner T, Price WS, Moghaddam MJ., Evaluation of Gd-DTPA-Monophytanyl and Phytantriol Nanoassemblies as Potential MRI Contrast Agents. Langmuir. 2015;31(4):1556-63.

#6

Gupta A, Stait-Gardner T, de Campo L, Waddington LJ, Kirby N, Price WS, Moghaddam MJ., Nanoassemblies of Gd-DTPA-monooleyl and glycerol monooleate amphiphiles as potential MRI contrast agents. Journal of Materials Chemistry B. 2014;2(9):1225-33.​

#7

Moghaddam MJ, de Campo L, Hirabayashi M, Bean PA, Waddington LJ, Scoble JA, et al. Gadolinium-DTPA amphiphile nanoassemblies: agents for magnetic resonance imaging and neutron capture therapy. Biomaterials Science. 2014;2(6):924-35.​

#8

Moghaddam MJ, Campo L, Kirby N, Drummond CJ. Chelating DTPA amphiphiles: ion-tunable self-assembly structures and gadolinium complexes. Physical chemistry chemical physics: PCCP. 2012;14(37):12854-62.

#9

Moghaddam MJ, de Campo L, Waddington LJ, Weerawardena A, Kirby N, Drummond CJ. Chelating oleyl-EDTA amphiphiles: self-assembly, colloidal particles, complexation with paramagnetic metal ions and promise as magnetic resonance imaging contrast agents. Soft Matter. 2011;7(22):10994-1005.

#10

Moghaddam MJ, de Campo L, Waddington LJ, Drummond CJ. Chelating phytanyl-EDTA amphiphiles: self-assembly and promise as contrast agents for medical imaging. Soft Matter. 2010; 6(23):5915-29.​

#11

Sagnella SM, Gong X, Moghaddam MJ, Conn CE, Kimpton K, Waddington LJ, et al. Nanostructured nanoparticles of self-assembled lipid pro-drugs as a route to improved chemotherapeutic agents. Nanoscale. 2011; 3(3):919-24.

#12

Gong X, Moghaddam MJ, Sagnella SM, Conn CE, S.J. D, Waddington LJ, et al. Nanostructured Self-Assembly Materials from Neat and Aqueous Solutions of C18 Lipid Pro-drug Analogues of Capecitabine – a Chemotherapy Agent. Focus on Nanoparticulate CubosomesTM of the Oleyl Analogue. Soft Matter. 2011; 7:5764-76.​

#13

Gong X, Moghaddam MJ, Sagnella SM, Conn CE, Danon SJ, Waddington LJ, et al. Lamellar crystalline self-assembly behaviour and solid lipid nanoparticles of a palmityl prodrug analogue of Capecitabine-A chemotherapy agent. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces. 2011; 85(2):349-59.

#14

Gong X, Moghaddam MJ, Sagnella SM, Conn CE, Danon SJ, Waddington LJ, et al. Lyotropic Liquid Crystalline Self-Assembly Material Behaviour and Nanoparticulate Dispersions of a Phytanyl Pro-Drug Analogue of Capecitabine−A Chemotherapy Agent. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. 2011; 3(5):1552-61.

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