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

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

Shin, EH, Li, Y, Kumar, U, Sureka, HV, Zhang, X, and Payne, CK. "Membrane potential mediates the cellular binding of nanoparticles." Nanoscale 5.13 (2013): 5879-5879. Full Text

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.

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, 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-.

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

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