Faculty Profiles

Christine K. Payne
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science
701 W. Main St., Office #4306, Chesterfield Building, Durham, NC 27701
(919) 681-2096



Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley 2003

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.

Hira, SM, and Payne, CK. "Protein-mediated synthesis of the conducting polymer PEDOT:PSS." Synthetic Metals 176 (2013): 104-107.

Reddie, KG, Humphries, WH, Bain, CP, Payne, CK, Kemp, ML, and Murthy, N. "Fluorescent Coumarin Thiols Measure Biological Redox Couples." Organic Letters 14.3 (February 3, 2012): 680-683. Full Text

Doorley, GW, and Payne, CK. "Nanoparticles act as protein carriers during cellular internalization." Chem. Commun. 48 (2012): 2961-2963.

Fleischer, CC, and Payne, CK. "Nanoparticle surface charge mediates the cellular receptors used by protein-nanoparticle complexes." Journal of Physical Chemistry B 116 (2012): 8901-8907.

Humphries, WH, and Payne, CK. "Imaging lysosomal enzyme activity in live cells using self-quenched substrates." Analytical Biochemistry 424 (2012): 178-183.

Humphries, WH, Szymanski, CJ, and Payne, CK. "Endo-lysosomal vesicles positive for Rab7 and LAMP1 are terminal vesicles for the transport of dextran." PLoS One 6 (2011): e26626-.

Szymanski, CJ, Humphries, IV, WH, and Payne, CK. "Single particle tracking as a method to resolve differences in highly colocalized proteins." The Analyst 136.17 (2011): 3527-3527. Full Text

Humphries IV, WH, Fay, NC, and Payne, CK. "Intracellular degradation of low-density lipoprotein probed with two-color fluorescence microscopy." Integrative Biology 2.10 (2010): 536-536. Full Text

Hess, GT, Humphries, WH, Fay, NC, and Payne, CK. "Cellular binding, motion, and internalization of synthetic gene delivery polymers." Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Molecular Cell Research 1773.10 (October 2007): 1583-1588. Full Text