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Ainslie Lab Post Doc Elizabeth Gurysh is presenting a seminar for UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy titled “Drug Loaded Acetalated Dextran Scaffold for Treatment of Recurrent Glioblastoma” today at 12:30 in Kirkland Auditorium.
The Ainslie Lab welcomes our new Post Doc Dr. Monica Johnson!
The Ainslie Lab has a new publication in collaboration with Dr. Mireia Guerau-de-Arellano at Ohio State. Mirea’s lab identified PRMT’s potential role as a therapy-target for the treatment of multiple sclerosis and perhaps other autoimmune diseases. Also, the beautiful docking … Continued
Kathryn Moore and Erica Pino did a great job discussing what we do in the Ainslie Lab to visiting high schoolers.
We have published a comprehensive review of Acetalated Dextran in ACS Chemical Reviews. It covers the more than 40 publications that use Ac-DEX since the discovery of the biopolymer in 2008. http://pubs.acs.org/doi/ipdf/10.1021/acs.chemrev.6b00532
The Ainslie Lab’s work is the focus of the Carolina Scientific’s cover this semester. Carolina scientific is an undergraduate run science research magazine here at UNC. Check it out! https://issuu.com/uncsci/docs/compilationfinaledited
Ainslie Lab is now on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/ainslie_lab/
In our latest paper, “Electrosprayed Myocet-like Liposomes: An Alternative to Traditional Liposome Production” The Ainslie Lab reports a new one-step method to fabricate and remote load doxorubicin loaded liposomes. This method significantly simplifies the current manufacturing of these formulations. http://rdcu.be/m4Ym
Dr. Ainslie will be discussing nanotechnology Friday, December 30 at 5:30 PM – 9 PM as part of the Fantastic Voyage – Final Friday! at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. https://www.facebook.com/events/1744030149146406/