Faculty Profiles

Christine K. Payne
Associate Professor of Chemistry
Office: 
701 W. Main St., Office #4306, Chesterfield Building, Durham, NC 27701
Phone: 
(919) 681-2096

Overview

Education:

Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley 2003

Morris, JD, Khanal, D, Richey, JA, and Payne, CK. "Hemoglobin-mediated synthesis of PEDOT: PSS: enhancing conductivity through biological oxidants." Biomaterials Science 3.3 (2015): 442-445.

Warren, EAK, Netterfield, TS, Sarkar, S, Kemp, ML, and Payne, CK. "Spatially-resolved intracellular sensing of hydrogen peroxide in living cells." Scientific reports 5 (2015): #16929-.

Warren, EAK, and Payne, CK. "Cellular binding of nanoparticles disrupts the membrane potential." RSC Advances 5 (2015): 13660-13666.

Fleischer, CC, and Payne, CK. "Secondary Structure of Corona Proteins Determines the Cell Surface Receptors Used by Nanoparticles." Journal of Physical Chemistry B 118 (2014): 14017-14026.

Fleischer, CC, and Payne, CK. "Nanoparticle-cell interactions: Molecular structure of the protein corona and cellular outcomes." Accounts of Chemical Research 47 (2014): 2651-2659.

Hill, A, and Payne, CK. "Impact of serum proteins on MRI contrast agents: Cellular binding and T2 relaxation." RSC Advances 4.60 (2014): 31735-31744.

Morris, JD, and Payne, CK. "Tuning PEDOT:PSS conductivity with iron oxidants." Organic Electronics 15 (2014): 1701-1710.

Runa, S, Hill, A, Cochran, VL, and Payne, CK. "PEGylated nanoparticles: protein corona and secondary structure." Proc. SPIE, Physical Chemistry of Interfaces and Nanomaterials XIII 9165 (2014): 1F1-IF8.

Sarkar, S, Payne, CK, and Kemp, ML. "Conditioned Media Downregulates Nuclear Expression of Nrf2." Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering 6.2 (June 2013): 130-137. Full Text

Fleischer, CC, Kumar, U, and Payne, CK. "Cellular binding of anionic nanoparticles is inhibited by serum proteins independent of nanoparticle composition." Biomaterials Science 1 (2013): 975-982.

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